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By plane


International Airport Sarajevo
Kurta Schorka 36
Tel. 28 91 00
More information: www.sarajevo-airport.ba

The airport is 12 km from the city center. The Airport Bus connects the Sarajevo center and Sarajevo International Airport, and there are several other transport options between the city and the airport. All information about the bus timetable can be found at http://www.sarajevo-airport.ba/vijest.php?id=468. The one-way fare is 5,00 KM, and 8,00 KM in both directions.

Otherwise, the taxi will take you to the city at a price of approx. 20 KM. In cold months, early morning flights may be delayed or canceled, as the area sometimes covers heavy fog until late in the morning or later.

Working hours: 05:00 – 23:00

Tourists at this airport come with a number of regular, seasonal and charter flights from the company: Turkish Airlines, Austrian Airlines, Croatia Airlines, Lufthansa, Air Serbia, Adria Airways, Eurowings, Atlas Global, Flydubai, Germanwings, Pegasus, Air Arabia, Wizz Air ….[/vc_column_text][vc_custom_heading text=”By bus” use_theme_fonts=”yes” el_id=”by-bus” el_class=”fix-scroll-to-anchor” css=”.vc_custom_1499352258328{margin-right: 20px !important;margin-left: 20px !important;}”][vc_column_text]Sarajevo International Bus Station
The Way of Life 8, Tel. +387 33 21 31 00, +387 33 21 30 10
More information: www.centrotrans.com

Bus buses from many European cities come from the bus station Sarajevo. Recently, cooperation with the international bus company Flixbus (www.flixbus.com) has been established. Intercity lines every day from Sarajevo: Banja Luka, Bihać, Fojnica, Jajce, Medjugorje, Travnik, Tuzla, Visoko, Zenica and other cities in Bosnia and Herzegovina.


Bus station Lukavica
Address: Srpska vladara 2
Phone: +387 57 31 73 77

Intercity lines every day from Lukavica: Srebrenica, Trebinje, Višegrad, as well as Belgrade, Niš, Novi Sad, Herceg Novi, Podgorica[/vc_column_text][vc_custom_heading text=”By car” use_theme_fonts=”yes” el_id=”by-car” el_class=”fix-scroll-to-anchor” css=”.vc_custom_1499352312673{margin-right: 20px !important;margin-left: 20px !important;}”][vc_column_text el_id=”by-car” el_class=”fix-scroll-to-anchor”]Sarajevo is located in the central part of Bosnia and Herzegovina and is linked to the transversal of the two most important main routes in the region; Adriatic highway and car – via Zagreb – Belgrade.

There are many beautiful landscapes, roads tend to be quiet, and there are plenty of high quality places to stop drinks or meals. Some of the best restaurants in the state are right next to the main road. There is little chance to spend gasoline in the middle of a niggard, as there are many gas stations along all major routes. Equally nice number of insured garage. For relatively little money, an “automaker” will make repairs, and a “vulcanizer” will repair your tire.

If you use parts of highway A1 from Zenica, you will pay the toll of Zenica – Sarajevo 6,00 KM.

If you travel A1 from Sarajevo to Mostar, the section of the Sarajevo highway (Vlakovo – Tarčin you will pay BAM 2,50.

When traveling with your car, if your green card does not apply to Bosnia and Herzegovina, you must take out insurance at the border crossing. Rules like those in the European Union are in place. Speed ​​limits are marked according to standardized rules. Permissible speeds: in settlements 60 km / h; outside the inhabited areas 80 km / h; on the highway 120 km / h.

In the period from November to April, winter driving rules apply, so pay attention to the skidding of the road and the possibility of heavy snowfall.

In the event of a breakdown on the road, assistance will be provided by the Bosch Automotive Motor Club, BIHAMK by calling 1282. For international calls, please use +387 33 282 (www.bihamk.ba)

Sarajevo – Mostar – 130 km
Sarajevo – Belgrade – 310 km
Sarajevo – Dubrovnik – 238 km
Sarajevo – Zagreb – 403 km


By train


Railway station FBIH
Put života 2
Tel: +387 33 65 53 30
More information: www.zfbh.ba

The main train station is a 10-minute walk from the center of town. In the immediate vicinity of the station there is a taxi stand, bus and tram station. If you are going to Baščaršija choose tram number 1 or tram number 4 in the direction of Ilidža.

Train lovers have regular daily lines to: Banja Luka, Mostar, Capljina, Zenica, Kakanj and Konjica.

We recommend: By train from Sarajevo to Mostar, you will experience a true adventure through over 100 natural tunnels located along the beautiful green landscape and the emerald canyon of the Neretva River.

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