Flights to Bosnia and Herzogovina
Discover beautiful Bosnia and Herzogovina on your next vacation! The capital city of Sarajevo is a bustling city of over 500,000 inhabitants. The national museums and galleries are not to be missed, informing visitors of the rich history and culture of Bosnia and Herzogovina.
There is something for everyone to explore in Bosnia and Herzogovina! History buffs will enjoy the city of Mostar, and can take in the Old Bridge, built by the Ottomans in the 16th century. The Jajce region is also beautiful, with waterfalls and the place where Yugoslavia was originally founded.
Upcoming flights to Bosnia and Herzegovina
Flights to Bosnia and Herzogovina arrive daily from both the domestic European continent and abroad. Flight times vary greatly depending on the original departure city, but can range from 2-12 hours. Longer international flights will most likely need to transfer, often at Frankfurt International Airport (though other options are available). Be sure to book the most direct flight possible so your vacation can begin as quickly as possible!
Once you have arrived at the Sarajevo airport, treat yourself to a taxicab into the city. The taxicab ride is around 15 minutes long, depending on traffic. Alternatively, travelers may want to rent a car for the duration of their time in Bosnia and Herzogovina, especially if wanting to explore other parts of the country. Book a cheap flight today on Condor Airlines, and start planning your Bosnian and Herzegovinian vacation today.
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Top sights in Bosnia and Herzogovina
Explore the multi-faceted city of Sarajevo. The capital of Bosnia and Herzogovina, Sarajevo is rebuilding after decades of war in the late 20th century. Sarajevo is the political and cultural center of Bosnia and Herzogovina. Visit the various cultural and historical sites to more fully understand the story of Sarajevo.
Located in the Herzogovina region, Mostar is on the Neretva river and the fifth largest city in the country. The Old Bridge is of particular note, and the central gem of the city. Built by the Ottomans in the 16th century, this is one of the most recognizable landmarks in the country.
Located where the Plica and Vrbas rivers meet, the region of Jajce is both natural and historically important. The original nation of Yugoslavia was founded in Jajce, and visitors can visit both the stunning waterfalls and this important location in Bosnian history.
Visit the Tara Gorge in southern Bosnia and Herzogovina. The final 40 kilometers of the Gorge are in Bosnia and Herzogovina (the remaining 100 kilometers are in Montenegro). Visitors can hike the Tara River Gorge, which is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site and part of the Durmitor National Park.
Visit the small mountain town of Srebrenica with its nearby spa. During the Bosnian War, Srebrenica was the site of the July 1995 massacre, and has since been called a place of genocide. Srebrenica is now a tourist destination and is ideal for those who are seeking a more quiet vacation.