The capital of Bosnia-Herzegovina is located on the Miljacka River in the long mountain valley. The Old Town displays the influence of the Orient, but the Hapsburgs also left their mark. In addition to the Gazi Husrev Beg mosque, there are Roman Catholic and Serbian Orthodox churches and the old synagogue. Due to this wide variety, Sarajevo is sometimes called "Little Jerusalem" or "Little Istanbul". And this city of 450,000 offers diverse possibilities for art and culture enthusiasts, e.g. the internationally recognised Sarajevo Film Festival or the Jazz Festival. Tip: don't miss the opportunity to enjoy a "Cevapdzinica" cevapcici, fresh from a wood-fired grill.
From the airport to Sarajevo
Name: Sarajevo Airport (SJJ)
Location: approx. 8 km southwest of city centre
All information is subject to change.
||taxi stand at terminal B
||length of journey approx. 20 min.