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Tito’s Bunker Tour

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Konjic, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Walk through and tour the biggest military secret of the former Yugoslavia as real military officers guide you through Tito’s secret home and bunker!


Time of the visit:

  • Monday, Wednesday, Friday (10h, 12h, 14h), Saturday, Sunday (10h, 12h).
  • On Tuesdays and Thursdays, tours are possible only for organized groups of more than 20 people.

ESSENTIALS
Duration: 1 day
Schedule: Upon Request
Departure Point: To Be Defined
Departure Time: To Be Defined
Level of Difficulty: Easy;
Suitable For: Everyone;
Tour Type: Cultural;
Language: English; Bosnian; Croatian; Montenegrin; Serbian;

HIGHLIGHTS
  • The facility was built under the name “D0-ARK” between 1953 and 1979 and cost $4.6 billion U.S. dollars.
  • According to AP, if restocked with supplies, the bunker could still serve its purpose today with up to 6 months of no contact from the outside world
  • It was intended for use by Tito and 350 of his closest officials in case of a nuclear attack
  • MORE INFORMATION
    Included:
  • Licensed guide
  • Excluded:
  • Gratuities (optional)
  • Getting around: Walking;
    Passport needed: No
    Payment and cancelation policy: here.
    Minimum people required: 1
    Maximum people allowed: -


    Itinerary

    The Inside

    Tito's bunker or ARK, which stands for the Atomic War Command, was the biggest secret of former Yugoslavia. Tito`s bunker is located under the mountain Zlatar with the deepest point of 280 meters underground. This atomic shelter could withstand a nuclear attack of 20 - 25 kilotons. The bunker has eight alternative exits that are not shown on the map which lead to the top of the mountain. This huge facility has more than one hundred rooms in a total area of 6400 square meters and these would be used by 350 people from political and state leadership of former Yugoslavia in case of a nuclear attack. These officials could stay in the bunker for six months without any contact with the outside world. An important place in the bunker is Tito's luxurious private residence with six rooms, including his office and bedroom.


    About tour

    Time of the visit: Monday, Wednesday, Friday (10h, 12h, 14h), Saturday, Sunday (10h, 12h).
    On Tuesdays and Thursdays, tours are possible only for organized groups of more than 20
    people.

    Time of arrival: 30 minutes before the tour
    Place of arrival: TOURIST INFO VISIT KONJIC
    Duration of the tour: 70 – 90 minutes


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