Transportation

Getting to, from and around Bosnia and Herzegovina is very easy. On this page you will find links to all the information you need to fly internationally and domestically including details on all the major airports. Here you will also find all the information you need to get around once you’ve arrived in Bosnia.

Flights to and around Bosnia

Many airlines fly to Bosnia and prices vary considerably, so it pays to shop around for a flight. Consider the length of the flight and any mandatory stopovers.  All Bosnia’s international airports are connected to Europe’s major hub airports:  Istanbul Atatürk Airport, Frankfurt Airport, Munich Airport, Sabiha Gökçen Airport, Copenhagen Airport, Zürich Airport, Stockholm-Arlanda Airport

Bosnia’s international airports:

Sarajevo International Airport – SJJ
Tuzla International Airport – TZL
Mostar International Airport – OMO
Banja Luka International Airport – BNX

Sarajevo and Tuzla airports cover 94% of all international and domestic air traffic in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Number of total passeners in 2016 was 1.220.943.

Airport transfers

All Bosnia’s international airports have transport options linking the airport with the city centre. These range from public transport such as bus, to taxis and shuttle buses that provide transfers to accommodation. Quality rental car providers, including Hertz, Avis and Europcar, can also be found at international and domestic airports. Some hotels offer a free pick-up/drop-off service when you book your accommodation.

Starting from August 1, 2016. Centrotrans Eurolines, in cooperation with Sarajevo International Airport, introduced a new bus service Airport – Baščaršija (downtown).

You can find updated bus timetable on Sarajevo airport website:
Bus timetable Airport – Baščaršija

Taxis in Bosnia are not expensive. In Sarajevo a taxi ride costs 1KM (0,5€) for one km. Although, be careful while taking a taxi from Airport or Central bus station to downtown.