Unveiling Sarajevo’s Secrets: Why is Sarajevo called European Jerusalem?

  • 2 Hours
  • Min. Guests: 2


Every day 10:00
Contact us for private tours, we can have other schedules

Note: Sarajevo Cathedral is closed on Mondays; Museum of Jews is closed on Saturdays

Welcome to Sarajevo, a city known for its rich culture and religious heritage! Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, is situated at the crossroads of East and West, making it a unique place where different cultures, traditions, and religious practices converge. This tour takes you through the incredible cultural and religious gems of the city, providing you with an opportunity to explore Sarajevo’s diverse heritage. Sarajevo is often referred to as the “European Jerusalem” due to its rich multicultural history. On this journey, you will have the chance to visit and explore some of the most significant religious sites in the city.

Experience the captivating blend of cultures, history, and architecture on this unforgettable walking tour of Sarajevo.

Entrance fees included

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).
  • Entrance fees
  • Convenient Transportation: If you are in the city center, we will pick you up from your hotel at the start of the tour.

Price Excludes

  • Any private expenses

What to Expect

  • Guided Visit to Sacral Objects
  • Cultural Insights
  • Engaging and knowledgeable tour guides
  • Local experience


Sarajevo City Hall

Begin your walking tour at this stunning architectural masterpiece, known as the Vijećnica. Admire the intricate details of this magnificent historical building.


Street of Food

Walk along the charming Street of Food or Bravadžiluk Street, lined with quaint shops and cafes. Immerse yourself in the lively atmosphere of Sarajevo’s Old Town.

Coopersmith Street

Explore Kazandžiluk or Coopersmith Street, a vibrant street filled with copper artisans. Marvel at their skillful craftsmanship and take home a unique souvenir.

Baščaršija Square and Sebilj Fountain

Arrive at Baščaršija Square, the heart of Sarajevo’s Old Town. Admire the iconic Sebilj fountain and soak up the bustling atmosphere of this lively square.


Old Orthodox Church

Step inside the Old Orthodox Church, a hidden gem showcasing beautiful Byzantine-style frescoes. Discover the rich spiritual heritage of the Orthodox community.


Gazi Husrev Bey's Mosque

Continue your journey to the grand Gazi Husrev Bey’s Mosque. Marvel at its stunning Ottoman architecture and learn about its historical significance.


Museum of Jews

Visit the Museum of Jews (which was the first synagogue in Sarajevo) and delve into the captivating history of Sarajevo’s Jewish community. Gain insights into their culture, traditions, and their enduring impact on the city.


Traditional Bosnian Coffee

We will end our tour in one of the cafes in Sarajevo, with traditional Bosnian Coffee.



How long is the tour?

The tour is about 2 hours long

How should I be dressed?

You should have clothes that cover your knees and shoulders for entering churches and clothes that cover your arms and legs as well as other parts of your body for entering mosque.

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.

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.

What should I bring with me on the tour?

We recommend wearing comfortable walking shoes and dressing appropriately for the weather. Also you should be dressed appropriately for visiting religious buildings.

It’s also a good idea to bring a camera or smartphone to capture the memorable moments along the way.

How much are individual tickets for religious buildings?

Tickets for Museum of Jews 3KM (1.5 euros),

Gazi Husrev Bey’s Mosque 3KM (1.5 euros),

 Old Orthodox Church 2 KM (1 euro)

All these tickets are included in the price of our tour

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