Search flights to Bosnia-Herzegovina

Number of flights per week18Currency
BAM
Flight Duration
9 hour 20 min
Top destinationsSarajevo
Most popular airlinePegasusMost popular airportSarajevo Intl. Airport
Popular Flight Destinations in Bosnia-Herzegovina
About Bosnia-Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina, which has a population of approximately 5 million, is also one of the most important countries in the Balkans. The country, in which Bosnian, Croatian and Serbian people live, is governed as a federation. Bordering Croatia, Serbia and Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina has a small coast on the Adriatic Sea. In Bosnia and Herzegovina, which is a mountainous country in general, especially the capital city Sarajevo and its surroundings have a rough terrain, and this is one of the most important factors that enable further development of winter sports in the country. The country, which also hosted the Winter Olympics in 1984, hosts both athletes from the country and athletes from different countries of the Balkans and Europe during the winter months.

Bosnia and Herzegovina has a rough continental climate, which is effective throughout the year. A small part in the south of the country has a milder climate. Those who intend to visit the country particularly during the cold winter months are recommended to take their thick and warm clothes with them. Temperatures drop to minus 20 degrees in the winter and rises to around 25-30 degrees in the spring when the weather gets warmer.

Agricultural products constitute an important part of Bosnia and Herzegovina's economy. The most extensively grown products in the country are vegetables and fruits such as potatoes, tomatoes, cucumbers, apples and grapes. You can also taste delicious wines in Bosnia and Herzegovina, where delicious grapes are grown, particularly in the southern part of the country.

Sarajevo, the capital city of the country, which has witnessed many important events in history, is the place where the incident that resulted in the start of World War I. World War I, which started with the murder of the Austro-Hungarian dauphin in the country's capital city, Sarajevo, is one of the wars that changed the fate of both Europe and the world. Sarajevo, the capital city of Bosnia and Herzegovina, is among the most visited cities in the Balkans today. In the city, you can see the historical churches and synagogues, and you can track the past by walking in the narrow streets.

Cities such as Mostar, which is famous for its historical bridge constructed in the Ottoman Period, and Banja Luka, a meeting point for those who are interested in nature sports, are among the destinations worth visiting in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Don't miss the breathtaking show of young people jumping over the bridge in Mostar.

Those who plan to visit the capital city of Sarajevo should definitely see Baščaršija, which is one of the most important places from the Ottoman Era in the city and is considered as the heart of shopping in the city today, and the historical clock tower, which is known as one of the symbols of the city. In Sarajevo, monuments such as Gazi Hüsrev Bey Mosque and Baščaršija Mosque, which have remained from the Ottoman period, are also worth seeing. The Latin Bridge, which connects the two sides of the city, is also one of the points of which tourists mostly take a picture in the city. Furthermore, Sarajevo Cathedral, which is as magnificent as the cathedrals in other European capitals, and Svrzina Kuća, an old Ottoman house, are among the main places worth seeing in and around the city.

The most popular celebrations in the country are the International Sarajevo Jazz Festival and the Sarajevo Children's Festival held in the capital city. The festival, which is filled with colorful images of those jumping over the bridge in Mostar, is one of the most interesting events in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

You can easily compare and purchase the most reasonable Bosnia and Herzegovina flight tickets on our website to explore the country's capital city Sarajevo or other major attractions such as Mostar, Bihac and Banja Luka.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Which airlines have flights to Bosnia-Herzegovina?

Flydubai, Flynas, Turkish Airlines, Wizz Air Abu Dhabi, Helvetic Airways, Pegasus, Austrian, Jazeera Airways, Hahn Air, LOT Polish Airlines, Kuwait Airways, Qatar Airways, Salam Air, Lufthansa organize flights to Bosnia-Herzegovina.

To which Bosnia-Herzegovina cities are there direct flights from the USA?

Bosnia-Herzegovina cities with direct flights from the USA: Sarajevo.

Which airlines have direct flights to Bosnia-Herzegovina?

Airlines that offer direct flights to Bosnia-Herzegovina: Flynas, Wizz Air Abu Dhabi, Pegasus, Jazeera Airways, Hahn Air, Turkish Airlines, Kuwait Airways, Flydubai, Salam Air.

Which are the most popular Bosnia-Herzegovina airports?

The most popular airports in Bosnia-Herzegovina: Sarajevo Intl..

Which are the most popular Bosnia-Herzegovina cities?

Most popular Bosnia-Herzegovina cities: Sarajevo.