Bosnia & Herzegovina by TrainTrains - Tickets - Tours
A Travel Guide For Train Travel In Bosnia & Herzegovina.
Here you will find information for Bosnia & Herzegovina about trains, routes, tours, connections, where to buy train tickets, and more.
Population: 3.32 million
Currency: Convertible Mark
Language: Bosnian, Serbian, Croatian
Country Code: +387
Time Zone: Central European Time
The rail network in Bosnia and Herzegovina is operated by two railway companies.
The ZFBH (Željeznice Federacije Bosne i Hercegovine) operates lines throughout the country and also includes the main line Doboj – Sarajevo – Ploče.
The ZRS (Željeznice Republike Srpske) operates lines in the Srpska region of the country and also operates on the Doboi – Banja Luka – Novi Grad line.
Buy your train tickets for Bosnia & Herzegovina online on the ZFBH official homepage.
Buy your train tickets online at OMIO and compare trains, buses & flights.
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BH Trains are operated by ZFBH and offer express services
- 1st and 2nd Class offered with reclining seats
- Reservations required
- Trains are equipped with air conditioning, WiFi, and power sockets as well as a bar carriage with snacks and drinks
- Express services include:
- Sarajevo – Mostar – Capljina
- Sarajevo – Doboj – Banja Luka – Bihac
- No bicycles allowed
Putnički Voz operated by ZFBH, are regional trains connecting Sarajevo to Kakanj, Konjic, Maglaj, and Zenica, as well as run from Tuzla to Doboj.
- 2nd Class only
Putnički Voz operated by ZRS, are regional trains connecting Banja Luka to Novi Grad, Dobrljin, and Doboj,
- 2nd Class only
Helpful Tip: Bicycles are not permitted on any trains in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
There are no direct train connections from Sarajevo to Belgrade, Serbia, or to Zagreb, Croatia; however, you may travel to Zagreb by train and take a taxi transfer over the Croatian border and then get on another train to continue your journey.
Una-Bahn runs between Sarajevo to Bihac.
- 1st and 2nd class seats
- Double compartment with 2 beds
- The train is equipped with air-conditioning, WiFi, and power outlets. There is also a bar offering drinks and snacks.
Frequently Travelled Routes In Bosnia & Herzegovina
|From > To
|Sarajevo to Mostar||1:50||Direct||Train|
|Sarajevo to Bihac||6:40||Direct||Bus|
|Sarajevo to Banja Luka||5:00-6:05||0-1||Bus, Train & Bus|
|Sarajevo to Jajce||3:00-3:30||0-1||Bus, Train & Taxi|
|Bihac to Banja Luka||4:40||1||Bus|
|From > To
|Sarajevo to Belgrade, Serbia||7:47||1||Train & Bus via Zvornik|
|Sarajevo to Zagreb, Croatia||8:00||Direct||Bus via Banja Luka|
|Mostar to Dubrovnik, Croatia||3:15||Direct||Bus via Počitelj|
Bosnia travel routes
Bosnia: Crossroads Of The East And West
Main Train Stations
- Banja Luka
Good to know
Best Time To Travel To Bosnia
We recommend travelling anytime between April to September for ideal sightseeing weather, outdoor activities, mosque exploration, or for a seaside holiday in Neum. Keep in mind since Neum ist he the one and only coastal town in Bosnia, it gets busy in the summer.
Take a visit to Mostar to check out the Red Bull Cliff Diving Competition or in the autumn all throughout the country you can see the trees turn fiery colors.
• High Season: June – August
• Low Season: October – March
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