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BY TRAIN

ARRIVING BY TRAIN

 


General info


Direct railway connections are limited from Sarajevo to Zagreb (about 10 hours), Budapest (11 hours), and the town of Ploce on the Adriatic Coast (approx. 5 hours). Connections to European cities are available via Zagreb and Budapest. Mostar, Banja Luka, Tuzla, Zenica and other cities in Bosnia and Herzegovina are also connected by rail.

 

Websites

 

The Federation Railway website provides more information including prices, timetables, online booking, and layovers.

Republica Srpska railways official website.

Railway map of the region.

 

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 ARRIVING BY AIR

 

 

 

Flights to and from major European hubs - Frankfurt, Vienna, and Munich - minimize layovers on overseas flights. In addition, there are daily flights to Zagreb, Belgrade, Podgorica, and many destinations within Continental Europe. Connections to Asia, the Middle East, and Africa are also available via Istanbul. For a fully updated flight schedule, travelers should check the Sarajevo

 

International Airport’s official website.


Taxis are located in the designated area outside the terminal. On average a taxi fare to downtown ranges between 20 and 25 KM. Taxi fares from the airport to the City are metered. Some hotels also offer low-cost or free shuttle pickups and drop-offs.


Some international carriers service Mostar International Airport (in the South), Banja Luka International Airport (in the Northwest), and Tuzla International Airport (in the Northeast). As internal flights are infrequent, it’s advisable to plan ground transport.

 

Useful websites

 

Airport Nikola Tesla Belgrade.

Airport Zagreb.

Airport Split.

Airport Dubrovnik.

 

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Roads in Bosnia and Herzegovina 


While road conditions are improving, Bosnia has no highways between its major cities. Presently, cities are connected with relatively well-maintained one-lane roads. Drivers should apply caution when driving to remote areas where potholes, narrow roads and sharp curves can be common. 

Bosnia has no national speed limit. Rather, speed limits vary according to the type of road and road conditions, ranging from 40km/h to 130km/h (freeways only). Speed limits on main motorways vary between 60 and 80km/h. 

Gas prices are among the lowest in Europe and gas pumps are available every 10 to 20 km. Many stay open 24hrs. 


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BY BUS

ARIVING BY BUS

 


Bus lines to cities in neighboring countries, particularly Croatia and Serbia, run several times a day from Sarajevo. Buses to other European destinations, in particular Austria, Germany, France, Denmark, and Sweden, also run frequently.

Frequent buses service major cities in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Direct bus lines to smaller towns and villages are usually most easily accessible from regional hubs. Bus stations tend to be located in downtown areas and local bus fares are relatively low.

 

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