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Tito’s secret bunker: Hideout in the Balkans

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8 Hours
Availability : All year
Mostar
Konjic
Min Age : 10+
Max People : 8
Tour Details

Get a firsthand account of the atmosphere of Yugoslavian social-communism by visiting Tito’s Nuclear Bunker in the nearby town Konjic, highlights of the Yugoslavian golden age and visit memorial complex in Jablanica, museum and demolished bridge on the Neretva, a symbol of the Battle for the Wounded.

ARK D0 Konjic, colloquially known as “Tito’s Bunker” was once a most secret location in former Yugoslavia. It is now open for those who wish to travel through time, more specifically to the era of Cold War. ARK is a huge atomic shelter designed to protect top military and political officials of Yugoslavia in event of global war. Its thick walls beneath the mountain hide numerous passages, rooms, conference halls and energy plants preserved exactly how they were, with the inventory intact. Be the one who can proudly say to have been in an underground facility once reserved only to strictly selected individuals.

Departure & Return Location

Mostar (Google Map)

Also available transfers from: DUBROVNIK, SPLIT, NEUM, SARAJEVO (Send request for transfer)

Departure Time

08.30 AM

Price Includes

  • Tour GuideEnglish speaking local-expert guide and driver.
  • All Transfers by air-conditioned vehicle
  • Hotel pickup and drop-offHotel pickup and drop-off must be arranged in advance with our staff
  • Entrance Fees, Taxes

On request

  • Lunch - local cousine
  • Picnic snack
  • Accommodation organization

Not included

  • Insurance Travel insurance is not included. Please buy it at home country.
  • Guide TippingTips are not included in the tour costs. If you receive excellent service, please consider tipping.
  • Private Tour All tours are shared, unless specifically booked as private.
What to Expect

Excursion: Tito’s top secret bunker and battle for the wounded
Meeting point: Mostar

The Memorial Complex of the Battle on the Neretva
The central part of the memorial complex includes the museum building, designed in the spirit of modern architecture. The museum was designed by Branko Tadić, Zdravko Dunđerović and Mustafa Ramić. The main exhibit at the memorial complex is the demolished bridge on the Neretva, a symbol of the Battle for the Wounded. In addition to the bridge, the complex includes the remains of the narrow gauge railway and a well-known 73 series locomotive, designed and built by the Krauss factory in Linz, Austria, in 1913. The bunker on the left bank of the Neretva and the meeting point with eternal flame contribute to the authenticity of the memorial complex as a historic site.

Tito’s top secret bunker
Josip Broz Tito, late leader of former Yugoslavia, ordered the building of a secret bunker in the 1950’s as safeguard from a nuclear attack. Located 270m underground, near the Bosnian town of Konjic, the project took 26 years to complete, and was built at a cost of just under £3 billion. Made in accordance to allow 350 people to live and work for six months without ever coming outside. This is the story of one of the largest and best-kept secrets of former Yugoslavia, once a miracle of construction, made as a kind of labyrinth, a complex of residential areas, conference rooms, offices, halls for strategic planning, a ‘presidential bloc’ and other sections. Teams of workers changed so no one would know much about the bunker, and workers were brought there blindfolded so they wouldn’t know its location.The bunker is now a venue for contemporary art.

  • YOU WILL VISIT THESE DESTINATIONS:
  • The Memorial Complex of the Battle on the Neretva in Jablanica
  • Visit one of the top secret military facilities in Yugoslavia
  • Discover the secrets of Tito
  • Learn about the life of one of the world's most charismatic dictators
Itinerary

08.30 AMMeeting point: Mostar

Meet your guide at the meeting place, or be picked up directly at your address in the morning hours. Your guide is experienced, knowledgeable and open-minded person.

09.30 AMVisit: The Memorial Complex of the Battle on the Neretva

The central part of the memorial complex includes the museum building, designed in the spirit of modern architecture. The museum was designed by Branko Tadić, Zdravko Dunđerović and Mustafa Ramić. The main exhibit at the memorial complex is the demolished bridge on the Neretva, a symbol of the Battle for the Wounded. In addition to the bridge, the complex includes the remains of the narrow gauge railway and a well-known 73 series locomotive, designed and built by the Krauss factory in Linz, Austria, in 1913. The bunker on the left bank of the Neretva and the meeting point with eternal flame contribute to the authenticity of the memorial complex as a historic site.

11.30 AMVisit: Tito's top secret bunker

Josip Broz Tito, late leader of former Yugoslavia, ordered the building of a secret bunker in the 1950’s as safeguard from a nuclear attack. Located 270m underground, near the Bosnian town of Konjic, the project took 26 years to complete, and was built at a cost of just under £3 billion. Made in accordance to allow 350 people to live and work for six months without ever coming outside. This is the story of one of the largest and best-kept secrets of former Yugoslavia, once a miracle of construction, made as a kind of labyrinth, a complex of residential areas, conference rooms, offices, halls for strategic planning, a ‘presidential bloc’ and other sections. Teams of workers changed so no one would know much about the bunker, and workers were brought there blindfolded so they wouldn’t know its location.The bunker is now a venue for contemporary art.

1.00 PMOn request: Lunch - local cuisine

3.00 PMEnd point: Mostar

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