The Siege of Sarajevo | Fall of Yugoslavia Tour is an ideal tour for getting to know better the historical facts about the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina guided by our experienced tourist guides. Sarajevo is famous as a city where the setting for the outbreak for WWI started, but also for the longest siege and war in period from 1992-1995. The political crisis of 1990s led to the fall of Yugoslavia, shortly after that the armed conflicts were initiated. The only capital of the Yugoslav Republics that was besieged was Sarajevo during long 1,425 days, which is considered the longest siege of a capital city in the history of modern warfare. During the siege, the citizens of Sarajevo experienced shortage of food, water, electricity, medicine, necessities, and atrocities unimaginable for the late 20th century. This tour will help you to find out more how Sarajevo proudly managed to keep its title of multi-religious and multi-cultural center of the region. Discover also how Sarajevo organized internationally famous Sarajevo Film Festival and international concerts during the siege, and showed its cultural resistance. At the beginning of the tour, we will pass by the open market Markale, place where the biggest massacres occurred during the siege, later on by the Eternal Flame, a famous memorial to the victims of WWII, as well as by the memorial to the murdered children of besieged Sarajevo. We will pass by the Presidency building, an important building for the development of events at the beginning of the war, and later on by the former Holiday Inn Hotel, where members of the international press stayed while reporting about the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Afterwards, we will pass through the Sniper Alley, one of the most dangerous zones in the city, and arrive to the one of the most important museums – the Tunnel of Hope, which connected Sarajevo with the exterior world and was the only hope for the survival of the city and its habitants. This tour includes the visit to the second biggest Jewish cemetery in Europe, and it ends with a panoramic view of the whole city. Our tours are always enriched by the interesting and intriguing untold stories about life in Sarajevo before and after the siege.