A very strong experience for me as if I had really felt the energy of war and all it brings. As if all the pain and desperation is in the walls and the space is small. Heartbreaking first hand experience.
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Awesome historical site that is hard to believe that the tunnel was built by miners in a little over four months under the Sarajevo airport. It helps,to have a guide for this to explain the siege of Sarajevo in the early 90’s. There is an...More
So very interesting. Do not miss and have a guide explain how this tunnel was used. If possible, read before you go so that you know the history of this tunnel.
What a place. The most important mine shaft ever mined in Europe? Our guide was an ex- policeman, who served at the time. Spoke great English, and very knowledgable , and balanced, with his views. The tunnel is a must. Well worth it. Too far...More
Unique experience on the outskirts of Sarajevo. Shows the fortitude of the Bosnian people during the years when it's capital city was under seige-using an 800 meter tunnel under the airport to provide supplies to the people whom were basically cut off from the rest...More
Visiting the tunnel brings into perspective the siege of Sarajevo and the struggles of the people of Bosnia.
We were shown a documentary during the siege. It was very sad. A real eye opener on the hardship that had befallen the people of Sarajevo. Part of the original tunnel was still there and we had a chance to go through it. A very...More
From July 1993 until the end of the Siege in late February 1996, the Sarajevo War !!!Blood and tears you can feel everything.You should go there.It is a 800m tunnel and before you go in they show you an archive video.
It is a part of the struggle of the siege of Sarajevo that las test almost three years from 1992 to 1995. The place is somewhat keep as it was and there is a small part of the tunnel that can be visited. There is...More
When Sarajevo was surrounded by Serbian forces during the Bosnian War, the airport was controlled by the UN and the only way out into free Bosnian territory. But still under risk of sniper fire, a tunnel was built under the airport itself, with a track...More