Bosnia and Herzegovina has facilities for road, rail, and air transport.

There are five international road routes with bus connections to many countries and 20 state highways.

Railways have extendend over 1000 km and link to Croatia and Serbia.

There are up to 25 airports and seven of them with paved runways. The Sava River is navigable with limited use.

If you want to travel from one end of BiH to the other, it will take a little longer than seven (7) hours.

The Railway system has been renovated

All parts of the country can be reached by bus transportation because the railway system has recently been renovated and modernised.

BiH aligns with certain requirements of the Stabilization and Accession Agreement (SAA) and its Protocol no. 3 on Land Transport by granting unrestricted access to EU transit traffic passing across its territory.

Airports in Tuzla, Sarajevo, Banja Luka and Mostar have regular flights to almost every country in Europe. Moreover, there are low-cost flights at all airports, most of which are offered through Wizz Air, a Hungarian-based airline.

Every part of the city in Sarajevo can be reached in just over half an hour with public transport, and the price of a one-way ticket is 1 EUR