The airport transfer that we offer in Bosnia and Herzegovina is safe, reliable and affordable. The price for the private airport taxi is fixed, and there are no additional costs.
Bosnia and Herzegovina is a country in the Balkans. The country is a home to many beautiful lakes, villages and the stunning Dinaric Alps. It has a population of 3.5 million people, and its neighbouring countries are Croatia, Serbia and Montenegro.
The country is influenced by a continental climate, which means that the summers are hot and the winters are cold and snowy. Bosnia is also a seaside country and a small part of it, around 20 km, is on the Adriatic Sea.
Bosnia and Herzegovina have three major ethnic groups with a three-member Presidency. Because of that, the country has three official languages, Bosnian, Serbian and Croatian. The national currency is Convertible Mark (BAM).
The public transport offers five international road routes, 20 state highways and many bus routes throughout the country and its neighbouring countries. The central bus station is in Sarajevo, and it offers routes to Croatia, France, Belgium, Sweden and Denmark. The driving is on the right side of the road.
Sarajevo is the capital city of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and with 275.524 inhabitants, it is also the most populous. The city is a cultural centre in the Balkans and is known as the Jerusalem of Europe. That is because this city has Mosques, a Catholic church, an Orthodox church and a Synagogue all in one neighbourhood.
The most visited locations in Sarajevo are the Gazi Husrev-beg Mosque, the Latin Bridge and the Town Hall. The public transport here includes bus, tram, trolleybus, cable car and taxi.
Banja Luka is the second-largest in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The city has a diverse architecture and offers many museums, galleries and exhibitions.
Some of the most popular locations in the country are Bihac, Jajce, Medjugorje, Srebrenica and Trebinje. We offer airport transfer to these places and also to Mostar, Jahorina and Tuzla. When it comes to public transport, there are only buses and taxis available.
Sarajevo International Airport is the only one that serves Bosnia and Herzegovina and is located 12 km from the city centre. The airport has one terminal and can handle over one million passengers a year. At the terminal, you will find 13 check-in and two self-check-in counters, five gates, one big duty-free shop, post office, five ATMs, two exchange offices, and four restaurants and bars.
There are also VIP lounges equipped with luxurious furniture and internet connection. The airlines that offer scheduled and charter flights are FlyBosnia, Croatia Airlines, Turkish Airlines, Wizz Air, Qatar Airways and Norwegian Air Shuttle. Getting to the city centre can be made by bus, trolleybus and airport taxis. They are available outside the arrivals area.
Finding public transport in Bosnia and Herzegovina can be stressful, so make sure you book an airport transfer in advance. In our offer we include safe door-to-door transfers, meet and greet at the arrivals gate, and flight monitoring if there are delays.
You can find the prices for the airport taxi in Bosnia and Herzegovina on our website. You also don't have to worry about unexpected or extra charges, since the price you pay is fixed.
Our transfer service includes a variety of new, air-conditioned vehicles you can choose from according to your needs. All you need to do is select your journey and leave the rest to us. Our professional English speaking drivers are ready to take you to your desired destination. You can book your trip anytime on our free app or our website.