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Bosnia-Herzegovina By Train

Bosnia-Herzegovina, slowly becoming a popular destination, is an amazing mix of history and natural landscape. With your Eurail Pass, explore the diverse capital city of Sarajevo, try your hands at white water rafting and visit the magnificent Kravica waterfalls.

UPDATE 2017: There are currently no trains running on the line Zagreb-Sarajevo. It's unclear when this train will start running again. If you're planning to visit Bosnia-Herzegovina, you'll have to travel there by bus or by car.


Train types


Two railway companies operate in different regions of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

ZFBH (Željeznice Federacije Bosne i Hercegovine)

ZRS (Željeznice Republike Srpske)

  • Operates in the Republika Srpska

  • Includes the line Doboj – Banja Luka – Novi Grad.


Bikes are not allowed on trains in Bosnia-Herzegovina.


The most commonly traveled route is the scenic route from capital city Sarajevo to Mostar.

All international connections to Zagreb and Ploče (Croatia), Belgrade (Serbia) and Budapest (Hungary) have been suspended due to construction works.


Popular connections

  • The most popular route is from the capital Sarajevo to Mostar.

  • The train used to continue to Ploče on the coast of Croatia, but this part has been suspended by the Croatian Railways.

  • Sarajevo to Novi Grad: 6.5 hours.

The international connections to Zagreb, Ploče (Croatia), Belgrade (Serbia) and Budapest (Hungary) have been temporarily suspended due to construction works.



How to make reservations for trains in Bosnia-Herzegovina

Reservations are required for travel within Bosnia-Herzegovina. You can book your seat locally at the train station for a fee of approximately €0.50. For international and night trains advance reservation may be required.


Bikes are not allowed on trains in Bosnia-Herzegovina.


Get your Pass for Bosnia-Herzegovina

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Have the freedom to explore Bosnia-Herzegovina and up to 32 other Eurail countries


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Quick facts

  • Population: 4.5 million

  • Language: Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian

  • Currency: Bosnia and Herzegovina Convertible Mark (BAM)

  • Dialing code: +387


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