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Bosnia and Herzegovina is located in southern Europe, in the western part of the Balkans with a population of three and a half million. The country is a growing tourism destination due to its spectacular historical landmarks, multicultural social structure accompanied with great cuisine. Don’t miss the opportunity to visit lovely Bosnia and Herzegovina and buy your cheap flight ticket to Bosnia and Herzegovina today!


You can reach Bosnia and Herzegovina with the connecting and direct flights of Pegasus Airlines. The airport where you will land on Pegasus Bosnia and Herzegovina flights is Sarajevo International Airport. Sarajevo flights are carried out to Sarajevo International Airport with direct flights from Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen International Airport. The distance between Istanbul and Sarajevo takes approximately 2 hours with direct flights. In addition, if you want to visit the city from different points of Türkiye and the globe, you can reach the city comfortably with Sarajevo flights via Istanbul.

Transportation from Airport to the City Centre

Sarajevo Airport is the only airport in Bosnia and Herzegovina with international flights. You can use the bus, trolleybus, taxi, or car rental alternatives to reach the city centre from the airport, which is 9 km from Sarajevo city centre.


It is possible to reach Sarajevo city centre with 31E buses departing from the airport passenger exit. It takes around 20 minutes to get to the city centre by bus. You can reach well-known attractions in the city such as Bascarsija and Latin Bridge by bus.


Trolleybuses 103 and 107 departing from the airport provide service on the Dobrinja –Vijecnica (Town Hall) route. The journey from the trolleybus to the city centre takes about 15 minutes.

Taxi - Car Rental

Taxis allow you to easily get to the city centre from the airport without waiting. You can reach the city centre in 10 minutes by taxi or go to the regions you want in line with your sightseeing route. If you want to travel freely in the city in line with your travel route, you can consider the Pegasus car rental options.

Public Transport

For public transport in Bosnia and Herzegovina, you can prefer buses, trolleybuses, and trams. Buses and trolleybuses provide transportation to many historical and touristic areas. On the other hand, the tram allows you to easily go to the city's attractions such as Başarşı, Latin Bridge, and Cathedral in 8 lines.

What are the service hours of Bosnia and Herzegovina's public transport?

In Bosnia and Herzegovina, buses and trolleybuses operate from 06:00 to midnight. Tram lines serve between 06.30 and 22.00.

Is there a travel card for tourists in Bosnia and Herzegovina?

There is no travel card for tourists in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Intercity Transportation

There are bus and train options for intercity transportation in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The main bus terminals of the country are "Autobusna Stanica" and "Lukavic," located in Sarajevo. You can reach many cities of the country and cities of different countries by buses departing from the bus terminals. For example, you can switch from Sarajevo airport to the bus terminals and then take the buses to Mostar or Belgrade. In addition, you can have a pleasant trip to different destinations such as Mostar, Budapest, and Belgrade by train departing from Sarajevo's central train station.

Where to Stay in Bosnia and Herzegovina?

Bosnia and Herzegovina is a growing tourism destination and offers a variety of accommodation options to its visitors, especially in its capital city Sarajevo.

If it is your first time in Sarajevo and planning to enjoy its most popular attractions, it is recommended for you to stay in hotels located around “Obana Kulina Bana” and “Mula Mustafe Bašeskije” streets since you will be walking distance away from its popular cultural and historical attractions that are concentrated around famous “Baščaršija” neighborhood.

 We would love to help you organize your trip to Bosnia and Herzegovina and you can book a hotel easily through our website.


Things to do in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina is an amazing country to discover with its remarkable cultural heritage as well as fascinating historical landmarks. There are many attractions to enjoy in Bosnia and Herzegovina for every type of traveler. We listed some of these things you can do in Bosnia and Herzegovina below and if you would like to know more about the country, you can check our detailed Bosnia and Herzegovina Travel Guide.

  • Explore Baščaršija:“Baščaršija” is the 15th century-old commercial center of Sarajevo where you will find plenty of local shops, restaurants, and cafés. The bazaar is located at the heart of the city.
  • Visit the Gazi Husrev-beg Mosque: Gazi Husrev-beg Mosque is one of the most visited landmarks in Sarajevo and was completed in 1551. The mosque is known for its fascinating Ottoman architectural style as well as its historical significance for the city.
  • Latin Bridge: Latin Bridge is the place where Archduke of Austria-Este, Franz Ferdinand was killed in 1914 and set the beginning of the World War I. The bridge is located in the city center, next to the Sarajevo Museum.
  • See the Vječna Vatra: Vjecna Vatra, eternal flame, is a memorial to civilians and soldiers that died during World War II. The flame burns continuously to commemorate Sarajevo’s war-torn history.
  • Vijećnica, Sarajevo City Hall: “Vijećnica”, Sarajevo City Hall is one of the most famous landmarks in Sarajevo with a beautiful architectural style. Vijećnica is located in the city center, a walking distance away from “Baščaršija”.
  • Have Some Ćevapi: “Ćevapi” is the most well-known dish of Bosnia and Herzegovina. “Bravadžiluk” street near “Baščaršija” is home to many top-tier local restaurants that serve delicious Ćevapi.

If you would like to know more about Sarajevo and its attractions, you can check our comprehensive Sarajevo Travel Guide.

Car Rental in Bosnia and Herzegovina

You can also rent a car with Pegasus privileges if you want to consider a more comfortable option for city transportation when you arrive in Bosnia and Herzegovina for business or leisure.


Airports in Bosnia and Herzegovina

We use Sarajevo International Airport for our flights in Bosnia and Herzegovina. 

Sarajevo International Airport

Sarajevo International Airport (SJJ) is located 10 kilometers away from the city center. You can get to Sarajevo city center with direct bus, taxi and rental car from Sarajevo International Airport. Direct buses are scheduled in accordance with every incoming flight and they are the cheapest yet convenient option to get Sarajevo city center. You can also use taxis available at the airport 24/7.

We listed some useful side notes about Bosnia and Herzegovina for you right below.

Things to Know Before Visiting Bosnia and Herzegovina

  • Bosnia and Herzegovina is a safe country to visit with low petty and violent crime rates but it is recommended for you to be cautious about pickpocketing and tourist scams in crowded areas.
  • Although the country does not recognize an official language, Bosnian, Serbian, and Croatian are the most spoken languages of the country.
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina is a budget-friendly destination with many affordable sightseeing, dining and accommodation options.
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina uses Convertible Mark (BAM) as its currency. There are many exchange vendors in populated areas and most shops accept payments in Euro.
  • Some shops, restaurants, and cafés do not accept payments with credit or debit cards so it can be useful for you to carry some cash.
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina can be a very cold place to be in during winters so it recommended for you to be prepared for harsh winter conditions if you are planning to visit the country during winter.
  • English is widely spoken mostly among youth and tourism employees.

Essential Numbers

Country Code: +387

Sarajevo International Airport Number: +387 33 289-100

Official Tourism Information Number for Sarajevo: + 387 33 580 999

Police: 122

Ambulance: 124


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