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Sarajevo The capital of Bosnia Herzegovina with aproximately 395,133 people (urban area).
Sarajevo is not a huge city - 395,133 people live in its urban area, but it is very livable, vibrant and busy. The city is historically famous for its traditional religious diversity, with adherents of Islam, Orthodoxy, Catholicism and Judaism coexisting there for centuries.
Butmir, Sarajevo Airport (SJJ)is around 6km to the southwest.
The only international train to Bosnia operates from Croatia. The journey is quite picturesque, and the journey time is comparable to the bus.
The return train to Zagreb, via Zenica, Doboj and Banja Luka, departs Sarajevo at 10:46. The train does NOT have a dining car on board, or any other food provision. Be advised to bring supplies beforehand.
Driving in Sarajevo can be very difficult in neighborhoods around the city centre, specially in Old Town where many street are one way. City is normally very busy so pay attention as in any other urban area.
There are two bus stations in Sarajevo.
Taxi drivers can't be expected to find anything but the most obvious addresses unless you tell them where to go, in Bosnian. So buy the map before you go to Sarajevo, and when you get there walk around a bit instead of taking taxis. It's a small, beautiful city with many landmarks. Getting lost is next to impossible if you have the map, and maybe a compass. Alternatively, download and print a free Sarajevo map before you arrive.
Building numbers are more or less consecutive but don't follow the "hundreds" styles of the United States, e.g., 23 Bjestiva street may be blocks from 27 Bjestiva street, specially in the neighborhoods on the hills around.
By public transport
There are some new, but also some very old trams in Sarajevo. This is the most popular form of public transport in the city and trams are very often overcrowded. A day card valid for unlimited travel on all local public transport in Zone A is available for about 5KM. Please note that inspectors board public transport very frequently: if you can't reach the validator machine because the tram is too crowded, then don't board the tram.
May 30, 2016
Very pleased. friendly reliable service. great overall
May 18, 2016
Treatment was excellent
February 27, 2016
July 28, 2015
Bosnia was a super place to drive around. the guy who we picked up the car from didn't speak good english so there was some confusion. a couple of tips about the strange speed limits in bosnia would have been helpful. also the seatbelts in the car weren't working properly.
Bosnia Herzegovina Enterprise
September 25, 2014
The rental experience was quite simple and the price, when compared to booking directly or through most other wesbistes, was quite cheaper.