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Young love

Our guide told us the story of Sarajevo’s Romeo and Juliet and pointed out the house where the... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
NswAustraliaDidi
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Historical and poignant

Historical and poignant......the story is more important than the physical site. Where the Bosnian... read more

Reviewed 7 September 2018
packcal p
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Very romantic place to visit only if you are romantic person if only want to check you Bucked list ...you welcome nothing nice.... The way people talk about the place it's when you are inside it's unbelievable the 7 € The cost of going on...More

Thank Szymon M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Our guide told us the story of Sarajevo’s Romeo and Juliet and pointed out the house where the sniper was hiding. Very sad and just reinforced the cruelty of war. She also said they are buried together with a heart shaped headstone.

Thank NswAustraliaDidi
Reviewed 7 September 2018 via mobile

Historical and poignant......the story is more important than the physical site. Where the Bosnian War started.

Thank packcal p
Reviewed 31 July 2018

not worth walking from the old town to the very modern bridge near sniper alley, unless you want to realize how normal life must have been when the first couple of innocent demonstrators were killed before the Sarajevo siege. And back to normal the life...More

Thank Nolinice
Reviewed 19 October 2017

I still remember the day of April 1992 when I watched the first deaths in the war that was just beginning take place at this bridge, and I remembered these scenes vividly when I visited it. Before 1992 called Vrbanja bridge, Romeo and Juliet is...More

2  Thank 424tarikd
Reviewed 12 October 2017

The bridge is nothing special to look at but it is the site of the first deaths of the siege. It's true name is the Suada and Olga bridge but due to the fact that it was a Bosnian and Bosnian Serb couple who were...More

1  Thank Linda B
Reviewed 3 October 2017

This bridge, as many others in Sarajevo have witnessed many casualties during the siege of Sarajevo, but due to the fact this exact bridge is designated by the stories of war, it became a tourist attraction. Because of the fact that don't expect too much...More

2  Thank IgorMarkovic
Reviewed 1 October 2017

This bridge commemorates the death (murder) of two young women. On April 6, 1992, in response to events all over Bosnia and Herzegovina 100,000 people of all nationalities turned out for a peace rally in Sarajevo. Serb snipers in a Holiday Inn hotel under the...More

Thank CorvettePete
Reviewed 8 August 2017

From our flat to Sarajevo C.C. we had to cross this bridge daily, but no mentions of this fact happened during the war on this bridge. It's a pity.

Thank Mattyboy3y
Reviewed 16 July 2017

I don't know who call this Romeo and Juliet bridge. It certainly it's not it's name. I guess it's an attempt to make an interesting tourist story that is related to killing of Bosko and Admira who tried to cross to the Serbian side during...More

1  Thank Cuco S
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