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The remains of material culture from the prehistoric period as well as inhabitants of Illyrians and early antique arrival of Romans show us that the area of today’s Srebrenica municipality has been extremely interesting for settlement. The exploitation of the lead and silver started by Illyrians was the main concern for the arrival of Romans in Srebrenica, which largely directed the further flow of historical events in this area.

During the Roman Rule Srebrenica was known as an important mining center. Nowadays Srebrenica is worldwide known for the Genocide that happened in July 11th, 1995.
The 11th of July 1995 was the darkest period of the city of Srebrenica. Rapes, humiliations and mass killings were perpetrated on civilians in UN safe zone.

This tour starts at 8am from your hotel or any other preferable location within city of Sarajevo.
We will go beyond the surface and talk about some controversial topics with the survivors to show that Srebrenica is still alive and there is a hope for all citizens to live decent life.

Contact us for the unique personal visits to experience and discover Srebrenica with locals and to meet everyday life in Srebrenica.

Visit Srebrenica where nowadays citizens want to show potential of the place to present the City of Hope.

Tour Details

Meeting point

Your hotel

Availability

Every day, start at 08:00 a.m.

Duration

Full day tour

Price

60€

Price Includes

  • Licensed tour guide
  • Transport
  • Free pick-up at your hotel
Tour spots
  • Potocari Memorial Cemetery
  • Ex-UN military base
  • Museum of Srebrenica Genocide
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