AIRPORTS AND FLIGHTS TO HERZEGOVINA BOSNIA
International Transport: The capital Sarajevo can be reached by plane from various European destinations. Sarajevo airport is practically the only functioning international airport in the country. This airport is located just 12 km from the city center and has direct flights to some European cities. The plane is the fastest way to get to Bosnia and Herzegovina.
TRAINS TO HERZEGOVINA BOSNIA
The war in former Yugoslavia resulted in damage to Bosnia and Herzegovina’s railway lines. The country is now connected to the European railway network via lines that leave from the capital Sarajevo and connect it with Croatia. Bosnia and Herzegovina recently joined the Interrail system.
BUS FOR HERZEGOVINA BOSNIA
International Transport: Eurolines through its affiliate Centrotrans connects the capital Sarajevo with many European cities. There are daily trips to the cities of Dubrovnik (daily), Makarska (daily), Munich (daily), Split (daily), Vienna (daily) and Zagreb (daily). While other European cities such as Amsterdam, Antwerp, Berlin, Dortmund, Hamburg, Ljubljana, Pula, Rotterdam, Stuttgart, are connected with less frequent connections usually one or two per week.
Internal Transport: Centrotrans / Eurolines and several small bus companies also have a network of reliable scheduled buses for many locations throughout Bosnia and Herzegovina.
FERRIES TO HERZEGOVINA BOSNIA
International Transport: There are no ferry services to the only port in the country, the port of Neum. To get to Herzegovina it is very convenient to use the ferry services that connect the Italian coast (Ancona and Bari) with the ports of Split and Dubrovnik (Ragusa) in Croatia.