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Step back in time: A journey through Ottoman era

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Explore the enchanting charm of Sarajevo’s Ottoman era on our special walking tour! Join us for an engaging journey through the Old Town, where expert guides will unveil captivating stories and share fascinating details about the iconic landmarks. Feel the rich history and architectural wonders that make this experience a blend of culture, history, and magical tales. Secure your spot now for a captivating adventure!

Price Includes

  • Professional Guide: Have a knowledgeable and experienced tour guide who can provide commentary, historical information, and answer questions.
  • Itinerary Planning: Create a well-structured itinerary that includes specific attractions, activities, and time allocations for each stop.
  • Language Options: If necessary, request a guide proficient in multiple languages (other than English) to ensure effective communication (extra charges).

Price Excludes

  • Entrance fees
  • Any private expences


Sarajevo City Hall

Join us at Sarajevo City Hall, the meeting point for our enchanting journey through time. Sarajevo City Hall, called Vijećnica, is a symbol of Sarajevo’s architectural beauty.


Empereor's Mosque

We will begin our exploration with the Emperor’s Mosque and Bridge, two magnificent examples of Ottoman architecture. Before the Ottomans conquered the whole of Bosnia, the founder of Sarajevo, Isa Bey Ishaković, ordered the construction of a wooden mosque in the same place where the Emperor’s Mosque is today, towards which he built a wooden bridge


Street of food and Coopersmith street

You will see the food street, called Bravadžiluk, and find out where you can try the best traditional food in Sarajevo. Also you’ll see Kazandžiluk street – the oldest street in Sarajevo founded in Ottoman times. The name Kadzandžiluk means Coopersmith street.


Brusa Bezistan

Uncover the secrets of the past at Brusa Bezistan, a former coverd marketplace transformed into a beautiful museum.



Sebilj Fountain is a symbol of Sarajevo’s cultural heritage. According to a local legend, visitors who drink water from this fountain will return to Sarajevo. From here, catch a glimpse of the enigmatic White Fortress and hear the intriguing legend behind Sarajevo’s name.


Yellow Fortress

The Yellow Fortress is one of the fortifications that made up the defensive wall of the old town, Vratnik.  It was constructed in the Ottoman times, and it is a beautiful viewpoint. 


Old Orthodox Church

The Old Orthodox Church in Sarajevo, which is dedicated to Archangels Michael and Gabriel, is one of Sarajevo’s oldest places of worship. It was built in the time of Ottoman rule.


Gazi Husrev Bey's Complex

Gazi Husrev Bey’s Mosque, located in the heart of Sarajevo’s Baščaršija district, is a masterpiece of Ottoman architecture and a testament to the city’s rich cultural heritage. The mosque complex also includes a madrasa (school), a library, and a clock tower, creating a harmonious space for both worship and education. Gazi Husrev Bey’s Mosque stands as a symbol of the enduring spiritual and architectural legacy of Sarajevo, inviting visitors to appreciate its beauty and historical significance.

Jewish Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Witness the rich heritage of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Jewish community at the oldest synagogue in the region, now the esteemed Jewish Museum.

Gazi Husrev Bey’s Bezistan (bazar) and Han (stone inn)

Gazi Husrev Bey’s bezistan (bazar or covered marketplace) is only one of the preserved bezistans in Sarajevo, which still serves its purpose – trade. There are also the remains of a building called a han. Han was a kind of hotel, actually a free hotel where travelers could spend one night and get one free meal and then continue their journey in the morning.


Latin Bridge

Conclude our tour at the iconic Latin Bridge, an exquisite Ottoman bridge connecting to the neighborhood of Latinluk, which once housed the Christian community during Ottoman times. This very bridge marked a turning point in history when Gavrilo Princip’s assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife ignited the flames of World War I.

What to Expect

  • Expert Guidance
  • Immersion in cultural heritage
  • Connection to significant historical events
  • Captivating stroll through Sarajevo


How long is the tour?

The tour lasts about an hour.

Can children participate in the tour?

Absolutely! The tour is suitable for all ages and is designed to engage and educate both adults and children. The guides make sure to cater to the interests of all participants.

What should I bring with me on the tour?

We recommend wearing comfortable walking shoes and dressing appropriately for the weather. It’s also a good idea to bring a camera or smartphone to capture the memorable moments along the way.

Are there any physical requirements for the tour?

While the tour involves some walking and exploration, it is designed to be accessible for most individuals. However, please let us know if you have any specific mobility concerns, and we will do our best to accommodate you.

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