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By City Transportation


Sarajevo is well connected by regular and inexpensive buses, trolleybuses and trams throughout the city.


Line No. 1 Tram runs Bašaršija to train station (every 17 minutes during the day)

Line No. 3 Tram runs from Bašaršija to Ilidža (every four minutes during the day)


Line No. 103 Trolleybus runs from Trg Austria to Dobrinja

Link to Timetable


Line No. 31A Bus runs from Vijenica (City Hall) to Dobrinja.

Link to Timetable


Tickets are required for any form of public transportation and they can be purchased at kiosks (for 1.60 KM) or from the driver (for 1.80 KM). You must have your tickets “punched” upon entering the vehicle. You will need to pay in cash (KM). There are also multi-ride tickets available for the trams, which are ideal if you plan on using public transport for getting around town.


A bus line runs between the International Sarajevo airport and Bašaršija and connects with the flight timetable. How to get to the city from the airport.  



By Foot


The majority of the “main” sights of Sarajevo can be explored by foot, without the need of any form of transportation. All around the city you will be able to pick up a copy of the “Sarajevo Navigator” guide which includes a map. It also includes the public transport routes.



By Taxi


You will find taxi stands all around the city. All taxis use a meter and are required to have a “TAXI” sign on top and license plates with “TA” on them. The starting fare is 1.50KM with each kilometre charged typically 1KM. Luggage is charged 1KM for each item. You will need to pay in cash (KM).



Car Rental


In order to rent a car you must have an international driver’s license. Rental rates vary from 50-500 KM per day, depending on the type of vehicle.


List of car rental agencies.



Car Parking


There are underground garages located at the BBI Center, Sarajevo City Center, Hotel Europe.


In addition, Sarajevo has three parking zones, “Parkomats” have been installed in all public parking areas and parking on these must be paid for 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, as well as on holidays.


List of car parks in the city.



Cable Car to Trebevic


To reach Trebevic mountain, you can take the cable car which departs from the city. It runs daily between 10:00 and 16:00 on the weekdays and 09:00-16:00 on the weekend. You can buy one way or return tickets. If you ride up and decide to walk down, it will take you around 1 hour 30 minutes.


Cable Car Website.





















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Getting Around Sarajevo