Bosnia and Herzegovina
The main airport in Bosnia and Herzegovina is Sarajevo International Airport.
There are direct flights from Munich, Budapest, Vienna, Zagreb,
Milan, Belgrade, Ljubljana, Frankfurt, Cologne, Stuttgart, Zurich,
Istanbul and Prague. There are no direct scheduled services between
Ireland and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Other airports in Bosnia
AIRPORTS NEAR BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA
Lingus currently operates a direct service between
Dubrovnik and Dublin.
currently operates a direct service between Zadar and Dublin.
Belgrade Nikola Tesla
Bosnia and Herzegovina has begun major construction on the C5
corridor that will link Bosnia with major motorway routes to the
Croatian coast to the south and Budapest to the North. Road
conditions have much improved in the last number of years making
driving throughout Bosnia a safer and more pleasant experience. The
road system in Bosnia tends to be twisty as many of the main roads
are constructed through mountain valleys.
The national authority responsible for traffic information and
safety is the Automobile Association of Bosnia and Herzegovina
The railway system was badly damaged during the war but restoration
is underway. Rail services now link Sarajevo, Mostar, Doboj and
Banja Luka to Zagreb, Belgrade, Budapest, Ljubljana and Ploče.
However, services are slow - the Sarajevo-Zagreb journey takes
around ten hours. Train schedules can be found on Croatian
There are only three routes that originate in Sarajevo: the
Sarajevo-Zenica-Banja Luka-Zagreb route takes about ten hours from
start to finish, the northern route to Budapest goes via Tuzla and
the southern route towards the Adriatic coast is
Konjic-Jablanica-Mostar-Čapljina-Ploče (Croatia). This last route
goes through the Neretva Canyon and is particularly scenic. Even on
these three routes, trains do not go quite as frequently as the
Bosnia and Herzegovina has only one small strip of coast at Neum
and no passenger ferries dock there.
With seasonal schedules, passenger ferries do come from Italy
(Ancona and Bari) to the ports of Split and Dubrovnik in Croatia,
from where it is possible to transfer overland to Bosnia and
The following ferry companies’ websites may be of use: SEM, Jadrolinija and
The bus system of Bosnia and Herzegovina functions well.
Centrotrans/Eurolines and a range of smaller bus companies have
reliable bus routes to many locations throughout Bosnia and
Centrotrans is a Eurolines member and runs regular buses from many
European destinations to Sarajevo. Bus schedules, on-line
reservations and main European office addresses can be found on the