AIRPORTS AND FLIGHTS TO BOSNIA HERZEGOVINA
International Flights: The capital Sarajevo is accessible by air from many major European destinations. The airport of Sarajevo, is practically the only international airport operating in the country, it’s only 12 km from the city center and has direct flights to several European cities.
The Mostar Airport has seasonal flights from some Italian cities, and is used by pilgrims traveling to the pilgrimage center of Medjugorje, which is just a few tens of kilometers away. Ryanair has flights to the airport of Zadar in Croatia from which you can easily reach with a rental car Bosnia and Herzegovina.
TRAINS TO BOSNIA HERZEGOVINA
The war in the former Yugoslavia has caused damage to the railways of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The country is now connected to the European rail network via trains that depart from the capital Sarajevo connecting with Croatia. Recently Bosnia and Herzegovina joined the Interrail system.
BUSES TO BOSNIA HERZEGOVINA
International Transport: Eurolines through its subsidiary Centrotrans connects the capital Sarajevo to many European cities including Amsterdam, Antwerp, Berlin, Dortmund, Dubrovnik (daily), Hamburg, Ljubljana, Makarska (daily), Munich (daily), Pola, Rotterdam, Stuttgart, Split (daily), Vienna (daily) and Zagreb (daily).
Domestic transport: Centrotrans / Eurolines and several smaller bus companies also have a reliable network of bus routes to many places throughout Bosnia-Herzegovina.
FERRIES TO BOSNIA HERZEGOVINA
International Transportation: There are no ferry services to Neum. To reach Bosnia-Herzegovina is possible to use the ferry services linking the coast of Italy (Bari and Ancona) with the ports of Split and Dubrovnik in Croatia.