Transport

From airport/bus station to the venue

SaMED organization team wants to ensure you get to the venue on time and without paying too much. Therefore, we offer an option of pick-up for 5€ per person, which is 50% cheaper than taking a Taxi.

If you want to take advantage of inexpensive and hassle-free pick-up, you can check the "Pick-up" option during the last step of registration process.

Getting to Sarajevo

  By Plane

The Sarajevo International Airport Butmir is located only 12 kilometers from the center of Sarajevo. It serves as a connection to many European cities and to the rest of the world through major international airline hubs, such as Istanbul, Vienna, Berlin, Munich, Zurich...

  • Right now, 18 airlines operate out of Butmir Airport.
  • Butmir Airport offers nonstop flights to 17 cities.
  • Every week, at least 7 domestic flights and 203 international flights depart from Butmir Airport.
  • Flight schedule can be found at www.sarajevo-airport.ba

The airports in Tuzla and Mostar, both of which are about a two-hour drive from Sarajevo, handle flights made by low-cost airlines. From there, you can get to Sarajevo by bus lines.

  By Bus

Sarajevo is connected to many European cities by direct bus lines. The Centrotrans Eurolines bus company (www.centrotrans.com) connects Sarajevo with Austria, Belgium, Montenegro, Denmark, France, the Netherlands, Croatia, Germany, Slovenia and Serbia. Other companies, like Biss Tours (www.bisstours.ba) and Globtour (www.globtour.com) also offer direct bus lines from many European cities to Sarajevo.

There are 2 bus stations in Sarajevo: 

  • Sarajevo Bus Station.
  • East Sarajevo Bus Station.

Most international buses arrive at the main Sarajevo bus station which is located next to the railway station close to the centre of Sarajevo. A few buses from Belgrade, the Republika Srpska entity and Montenegro use the East Sarajevo bus station in Isto─Źno Sarajevo. Note, however, that the “Eastern” bus station is actually west of the city center, near the International airport and the Dobrinja trolleybus terminus.

  By Train

Rail travel in Bosnia and Herzegovina is neither sufficiently modernized nor popular, but is a suitable and safe way to travel, especially for low-budget travelers. Sarajevo is directly connected to the Croatian capital, Zagreb, and, from there, with the rest of Europe. A one-way ticket from Sarajevo to Zagreb costs 61 KM and a return ticket costs 97.30 KM.