Explore the history of the Jews in Sarajevo, from the time of their arrival following their persecution in 15th-century Spain, through the torments of World War II, to their unique traditions in the capital today.
Throughout the centuries, Sephardic and Ashkenazi Jews have provided a great contribution to the development of Sarajevo. During the 16th century they were allowed freedom of movement and lived throughout the city free without geto.
They were among the first pharmacists in the city, and during the 19th century it was recorded that all doctors and physicians in Sarajevo were Jewish.
Among the sites you will seeare the Ashkenazi Synagogue on the banks of the River Miljacka, the Il Kal Grande Synagogue in the old Jewish quarter of Velika Avlija, and the Jewish palaces of Ferhadija Street.
Monday to Friday at 2pm starting infront of our agency
Price 18 EURO per person
Included in this 2 hour long tour is a visit to Il Kal Vjezu Sephardic Synagogue
*Possible extension of 1 hour and visit to the Jewish cemetery with additional charge of 7 EURO per person