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  • Mostar
  • Sarajevo Downtown
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Driving in Bosnia

Speed Limits
Motorways: 68mph/110kph
Open Roads: 56mph/90kph
Urban Areas: 30mph/50kp

Minimum Driver age: 18

Minimum Driver age for Rentals: 18

Required equipment for your car: Spare Bulbs & Spare Tyres

Seatbelts: Compulsory for both front and rear-seat passengers

General driving information

If caught speeding you will be faced with on the spot fines paid for in the local currency. There are no toll roads. Driving is on the right. The use of dipped headlights during the day compulsory throughout Bosnia and Herzegovina. During winter conditions, drivers must remove all snow and ice from their vehicles or face fines.

Airport Locations

  • Sarajevo Airport

Car Hire Bosnia and Herzegovina

Book your cheap car hire online for all car rental in Bosnia. We compare prices at 4 locations including Sarejevo airport, Mosla and Tuzla.

Bosnia and Herzegovina is a small country with approx. 4 million residents. Formerly part of Yugoslavia

and situated in south eastern Europe, bordering the Adriatic Sea and Croatia.

The climate here sees hot summers and cold winters although areas of high elevation have short, cool summers and long severe winters. It is slowly building itself back up after the conflicts and now numerous buildings have been repaired, tourist offices reopened, minefields cleared and museums renovated. There's a lot to do and see in Bosnia.

Must See in Bosnia


This is a popular resort situated on the middle of the southern Adriatic Sea coast. The linguistic root of Neum means 'new'. And indeed: Neum is a new tourist town with new views on some of the previous values of this land... it has a new vision with new ideas and new approaches. Neum is rich with medieval stecci tombs and 24 km. of splendidly diversified coast.

Sutjeska National Park

The Sutjeska National Park is Bosnia and Herzegovina's oldest National Park. Here is Europe's last primeval forest "Perucica" that has survived throughout the centuries.


Just 20 minutes outside of Sarajevo, the Bjelasnica mountain range towers up. An area loved by hikers and skiers alike, Bjelasnica hosted several components of the 1984 Winter Olympic Games.

Dates for Your Diary

Sarajevo Winter Festival

This is one of the major festivals in Sarejevo and it is also known as "the Sarajevo Winter" for short, or Sarajevska Zima in Bosnian.

Sarajevo Film Festival

This is held in August.