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This is very small catacomb. There is really not much to see. In less than 5 min the whole visit can be done. If someone never visited catacomb before, it would be fun to see, otherwise there is nothing new. The price is low, so...More
While going uphill to Jajce fortress, stopped near the old tower where bears used to be present and prisoners would be their food. Opposition the tower is a little tunnel lead to Catacombs and the underground church. A small place with entrance fees KM 4
We joined the Totally Bosnia Tour- Travel in a Day Tour between Zagreb and Sarajevo offered by Sarajevo Funky Tour at 357 euros for three of us.
We corresponded with Ema from Sarajevo Funky Tour and she was very professional and prompt in her reply....More
a little underground man-made cavern, intended for king's grave, then a church, and supossedly also working and hiding place for Tito during WW2. Just a short stop during your "climb" towards the fortress, to cool a bit on a hot summer day :)
It is nice to see and for the money you pay for visiting it I can't really complain. Really small and not that much interesting stuff down there. Not a must see, but if you're in Jajce it won't hurt going there.
Catacombs in Jajce are very cute. Male and quite damaged but still really nice to see. The catacomb entry is 2KM. Whoever is claustrophobic should not enter. They are located in the old town, easy to find.
Jajce's small catacombs are a great place to visit. We heard that their hours are irregular but we saw hours posted (I think 9 am- 7pm, or something like that) and they were open at those times. We just missed it in the evening of...More