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Travelling to Sarajevo


From the UK there are currently no direct flights to Sarajevo, but there are several good options with just one short stop. Flights are available from Birmingham, Bristol, London and Manchester. Air lines operating this route include Lufthansa, Austrian, Croatian Airlines and the low cost airliner Eurowings. You can check flights below.


















Transferring to the mountains and the city

The airport is 20 minutes from the city, 50 minutes from Bjelasnica and 40 minutes from Jahorina. If you are staying at the mountains or in the city centre, your accommodation may be able to arrange transport for you (or this may be inclusive in the price). There is a taxi rank at the airport and taxis charge a set starting fee of 1.50 Bosnian marks (KM) and then 1KM for each additional kilometre. Taxis in Sarajevo are some of the cheapest in Europe.


You can also rent a car from the airport from a number of companies.


If you are travelling to the centre, there are also public transport options. An airport bus operated by Centrotrans Eurolines meets flight arrivals and departures. It costs 5KM each way. Further from the airport, there is a trolleybus in Dobrinja around a kilometre walk away and a tram stop in Stup which is about 3.5 kilometre walk. If you buy a ticket from a kiosk the fare is 1.60KM or 1.80KM if you buy from the driver.


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