Tourists who intend to spend a few days in Sarajevo, accommodation in a number of hostels will pay 15 - 60 KM. However, the tourism board say that, according to their data, their work reported only four hostels.
Tito's cave in Drvar is renowned for being the headquarters of the Yugoslav resistance at the beginning of 1944.
During that time, the German high command initiated an operation called „Laufer“ with an aim to eliminate or capture Yugoslav commanders and gain strategic advantage until final conquest over Yugoslav partisans. Germans decided to attack on Tito's birthday on May 25 in hope to catch the partisans by surprise. Their plan was annihilated and Tito survived and fled the site to Bari.
After the World War II, the cave was incorporated into May 25 1944 Museaum and was one of the main tourist attractions of Drvar, visited by more than 200,000 tourists a year. At the beginning of the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the cave was damaged in 1992. In 1996 the USAID helped reconstruction of the cave and it was opened for visitors on May 25, 2006 on the 62nd anniversary of German airstrikes on Drvar.