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The former Yugoslavia-nation of Bosnia-Herzegovina is home to a wide variety of cultures and influences, which shape the country into a charming destination.

Although the bloody events of the recent past are still visible, the locals have rebuilt their lives and turned their homes into lively cities.

Bosnia-Herzegovina offers ski resorts, impressive natural parks and small little villages that look like taken out of a fairy tale. The strikingly beautiful Ottoman architecture can be found wherever you look, right next to the imposing churches.

Your Interrail or Eurail Bosnia journey offers you the possibility to explore cultural diversity and meet some welcoming locals who are eager to share their life stories with you.

Travel Bosnia with the Interrail Global Pass

5 Days Pass 

Travel on 5 days within a period of 15 days

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Youth (12-27)

€ 206

Adult (28-59)

€ 267

Senior (60+)

€ 240

Family (2 Adults)

Children age 4-11 travel free

€ 534

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7 Days Pass 

Travel on 7 days within a period of 1 month

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Youth (12-27)

€ 253

Adult (28-59)

€ 318

Senior (60+)

€ 287

Family (2 Adults)

Children age 4-11 travel free

€ 636

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10 Days Pass 

Travel on 10 days within a period of 1 month

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Youth (12-27)

€ 301

Adult (28-59)

€ 378

Senior (60+)

€ 341

Family (2 Adults)

Children age 4-11 travel free

€ 756

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15 Days Pass 

Travel on 15 days within a period of 1 month

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Youth (12-27)

372

Adult (28-59)

€ 468

Senior (60+)

€ 421

Family (2 Adults)

Children age 4-11 travel free

€ 936

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22 Days Pass 

Travel every day within a period of 22 days

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Youth (12-27)

€ 385

Adult (28-59)

€ 489

Senior (60+)

€ 441

Family (2 Adults)

Children age 4-11 travel free

€ 978

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1 Month Pass 

Travel every day within a period of 1 month

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Youth (12-27)

€ 493

Adult (28-59)

€ 632

Senior (60+)

€ 570

Family (2 Adults)

Children age 4-11 travel free

€ 1264

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Interrail Bosnia Pass – Get Yours

 

Interrail and Eurail passes are the types of tickets provided by the official vendors. Depending on your residence, you can choose one of the following:

Interrail Bosnia Pass – Get Yours 

European residents and citizen have access to the Eurail Global Pass, which enables you to visit all 30 participating countries, including Bosnia-Herzegovina.

Given its geographical location, you have easy access to the neighbouring countries – Croatia, Serbia and Montenegro. Of course, your Eurail Global Pass enables you to visit most of the countries so get ready to explore Europe on your next adventure!

Starting your journey in Bosnia-Herzegovina means that you have some time to enjoy the sun on the Adriatic Coast and then visit other countries using the same ticket.

Choose your Eurail Bosnia Pass

As there isn’t a One Country Pass that is valid exclusively in Bosnia, you will need to get an Eurail Global Pass or an Eurail Select Pass instead.

5 Days Pass 

Travel on 5 days within a period of 15 days

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Youth (12-27)

374

Adult (28-59)

€ 466

Saver (2 Adults)

€ 792

Family (2 Adults)

Children age 4-11 travel free

€ 932

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7 Days Pass 

Travel on 7 days within a period of 1 month

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Youth (12-27)

€ 456

Adult (28-59)

€ 568

Saver (2 Adults)

€ 966

Family (2 Adults)

Children age 4-11 travel free

€ 1136

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10 Days Pass 

Travel on 10 days within a period of 2 month

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Youth (12-27)

€ 561

Adult (28-59)

€ 699

Saver (2 Adults)

€ 1188

Family (2 Adults)

Children age 4-11 travel free

€ 1398

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15 Days Pass 

Travel every day within a period of  15 days

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Youth (12-27)

477

Adult (28-59)

€ 595

Saver (2 Adults)

€ 1012

Family (2 Adults)

Children age 4-11 travel free

1190

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22 Days Pass 

Travel every day within a period of 22 days

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Youth (12-27)

€ 614

Adult (28-59)

€ 766

Saver (2 Adults)

€ 1302

Family (2 Adults)

Children age 4-11 travel free

€ 1532

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1 Month Pass 

Travel every day within a period of 1 month

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Youth (12-27)

€ 753

Adult (28-59)

€ 940

Saver (2 Adults)

€ 1598

Family (2 Adults)

Children age 4-11 travel free

€ 1880

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Interrail Bosnia Pass Reservations

The Interrail Pass is available to European citizen and residents and it offers you the possibility to visit all participating countries with only one ticket. You can travel from sunny Greece all the way to the Northern Lights of Norway and enjoy the ride as well.

Those of you who were born and raised anywhere outside Europe have access to the Eurail Pass. This enables you to travel to almost every corner of Europe and enjoy the vast European culture from dazzling Italy all the way to crisp Finland.

Depending on your location, you can choose from the Interrail Global Pass and the Eurail Global Pass, both of which include Bosnia-Herzegovina. Once you have this detail set, you can press on any of the links located on our website. This way you will be transferred to the official vendor’s website and you can start your purchase.

Price Reduction: Interrail Bosnia Pass

With Eurail and Interrail as our partners, we are able to take better care of your budget. As we have partnered up with the official pass vendors, we are the always amongst the first ones to hear about the best deals.

If choosing the best time to travel is too difficult at the moment, we can keep you updated on the best prices and destinations.

All you need to do is fill in your name and e-mail below and we will make sure to keep you posted on the good news.

5 Great Reasons to Interrail in Bosnia

Bosnia is home to a rich natural landscape, which surrounds the human-built structures and makes the place a one of a kind holiday. Here are just a few reasons why Bosnia-Herzegovina should be your next Eurail or Interrail destination.

Cultural mix

From an important trade centre to the meeting point of cultures from the Orient and the Occident, Bosnia is home to a large diversity of people.

There are mosques built next to churches and people with different nationalities slowly start to populate the area again.

The diversity can also be seen in the architecture, cuisine and lifestyle. For example, the delicious Turkish coffee is a true rival to the Bosnian coffee, although they resemble so make sure you experience the cultural diversity to the fullest while you are on your Eurail or Interrail Bosnia journey.

Adventure

Starting from the Sutjeska National Park and moving on to the surrounding areas, Bosnia-Herzegovina offers a great diversity of outdoor activities such as hiking, rock climbing, rafting or even paragliding.

Skiing is also an option at the Bjelašnica resort, where the Winter Olympics were held a few decades ago. If these activities still do not make your eyes sparkle, maybe plunging into the water from the 20 metres high Stari Most bridge in Mostar appeals to you.

The latter is already a tradition in the area, with locals jumping off into the river and turning the activity into an authentic performance.

Wines

The warm climate in Bosnia creates the perfect environment for wine-making and the locals sure make use of this opportunity.

There are some grape varieties that few people know abou even today, so you can enjoy some fine and new wines while you are on your Interrail or Eurail Bosnia trip.

You can even ask for local wine in any restaurant, as the Bosnians are very proud of their local product and there are many varieties you can choose from.

Coffee culture

The Ottoman Empire has left a great influence on the coffee culture in the area and there are many places where you can still taste the famous and classic Turkish coffee.

The Bosnian coffee is just as famous and although it resembles the Turkish coffee, make sure you do not mistake the Bosnian coffee with the Turkish one as the locals are somewhat sensitive about this!

The traditional Bosnian coffee is made by boiling fine coffee grounds in a pot named džezva and served in a special cup. Needless to say, this is an experience itself.

Good money value

Bosnia is often overlooked by tourists, which can only be to your convenience. The local attractions are not over-crowded and you can stroll around the charming cities without staying in line.

Moreover, Bosnia-Herzegovina is an overall cheap country when it comes to taking care of your budget while you are on your trip, with rich delicious food and accommodation at incredibly low prices.

Not to mention the great wine and coffee to accompany all those fascinating places you are about to see!

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Interrail / Eurail Bosnia – what to do, where to go?

Your journey to Bosnia-Hertegovina will open a page in history, as the former Yugoslavian-nation has a rich and at times painful past.

Explore the cultural heritage of the country and relax in the middle of nature while you enjoy the delicious local food and coffee. Below are some great places you can visit:

Ljubljana

Sarajevo

As the area was once ruled and inhabited by two great empires – the Ottoman Empire and the Austro-Hungarian Empire, there are traces of Islamic and Christian influences everywhere you look.

There are impressive mosques across from Orthodox and Catholic churches and this peaceful mix can also be seen in the local culture and even urban art.

Sarajevo is the type of city that needs to be explored, as there are many hidden gems and history lessons waiting for you to hear.

The recent bloody past has almost annihilated Sarajevo so what you are about to encounter is a beautiful example of people rebuilding their lives and their city.

Mostar

Mostar

The small old town of Mostar looks like it was brought to life from a children’s book.

The symbol of the city is the beautiful Stari Most Bridge, built in the 16th century and now connecting the two sides of the city.

Even back in the 17th century, there was a local tradition to jump off from the 20 metres high bridge into the water underneath so you might say that brave modern knights are still practising this tradition.

A small paradise lies just outside the city, where the 25 metres high Kravice Waterfalls form the rich green lake. IF you are looking to just wander around and admire a medieval town in Bosnia-Herzegovina, this is the place for sure.

Banja Luka

The second largest city in Bosnia still holds medieval traces and it is said to have been inhabited back from the Stone Age. You can visit the Ferhadija Mosque, which is a spelding example of Ottoman architecture.

The sad and long history of the mosque goes back to the 16th century, but the structure had to be rebuilt after the Bosnian War and is on the UNESCO list. Another attraction from the same time is the fortress, built in the 16th century as well.

You can even have lunch or dinner at the Kazama restaurant and admire the surrounding medieval view.

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Sutjeska National Park

This National Park is of great importance for two main reasons. First of all, it is a piece of Paradise, where pristine nature is home to dozens of species and also one of the last remaining primaeval forest.

You can follow the hiking path all the way up to the highest peak in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Mount Maglić.

You can also climb the Zelengora Moutain and relax by the mountain lakes and on the alpine meadows.

The second reason why many visitors gather each year is the historic aspect. The forests and mountains in the National Park hid the partisans who fought the German army in the Second World War and people still come to pay homage to the fallen.

Blagaj

The small town is located just outside Mostar, so it would really be a pity not to visit. The main attraction is the 16th century Dervish Monastery, built in the cliff.

And this is not all – the Buna river flows right next to the structure, from the cave formed in the wall.

It truly is a magnificent experience to see how a man-made magnificent structure blends with the impressive nature.

You can stroll around the small yet beautiful town of Blagaj and admire the Ottoman architecture while enjoying the local food.

The scenery is amazing too, with the emerald water sparkling around the monastery.

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Interrail and Eurail Bosnia Map and Planner

As mentioned earlier, you can choose the type of pass you need depending on your residence. Once you purchase the right pass for you, a package will be delivered to your home address.

The pack will include your ticket and other important items, such as a map so you can start planning your itinerary. While you wait for your package or even if you are still in the process of choosing a destination, you can have a look at the map below and explore the vast transportation network in Bosnia-Herzegovina.

Whether you are waving the spontaneity flag or you absolutely need to have everything planned before starting your trip, choosing an itinerary helps you make sure you hit the main attractions.

If you are having a hard time choosing a route, you can use interrailplanner.com, a user-friendly online tool that generates itineraries based on your preferences.

Interrail Bosnia – best places to stay

You’ll need to have somewhere to stay when you’re on your Interrail or Eurail Slovenia trip. Here’s some places where you can do just that, brought to you by our readers, as well as our partners at Booking.com.

Reader Recommendations

We want to hear about the best places you stayed while you were on your Interrail Bosnia trip – bonus points if they’re a little off the beaten track! Share the love and give us a recommendation – get in touch or add yours in the comments section (coming soon)!

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Hotels are ideal for those who need a bit more personal space, such as couples or friends travelling together.

After a day of exploring in a foreign country, there’s nothing quite like a freshly made hotel bed.

Get a great deal on your hotels from our partners at Booking.com, right here!


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Hostels are great because:

a) they are incredibly cheap, and

b) they are normally full of other people who are also travelling that you can share experiences with.

Check out some hostels and their reviews here, thanks to our partners at Hostelworld.

Visit Hostelworld to find your accommodation.

Recommended Interrail Bosnia Route

Visiting a new country always faces you with the eternal question ‘Ok, but what should I go visit?’. Even if you visited Bosnia-Herzegovina before, we are sure there still are some places to see and discover. This is why we have put up a route for your convenience. You can add or remove destinations as you wish.

Route: Mostar > Sarajevo > Banja Luka

Mostar: Let the Stari Most bridge and it’s surrounding landscape steal your heart. Explore the hidden street art on the streets and buildings of Mostar and enjoy the sunny days at the Kravice Waterfalls, just outside the city. Book your hotel or hostel.

Sarajevo: Explore the capital city of Bosnia-Herzegovina and see for yourself where the Ottoman influences blend with the Austro-Hungarian vibes and form a lively city. If you are looking for a place to ski, you can find accommodation at the Jahorina or Bjelašnica resorts

Banja Luka: Visit the second largest city in Bosnia and admire the UNESCO-listed Ferhadija Mosque built in the 16th century and rebuilt after the Bosnian War. Great cafes are scattered all around the city and you can taste the traditional food at any restaurant. Book your hotel or hostel.

Which Interrail Bosnia Pass Will I Need?

Please keep in mind that the Interrail pass is only available to European citizen and residents.

  • Recommended: Interrail Global Pass
  • Travel days needed: 5 days within a period of 15 days
  • Price: € 208

Which Eurail Bosnia Pass Will I Need?

Remember that the Eurail Pass can only be purchased by those of you who were born and live anywhere outside Europe.

  • Recommended: Eurail Global Pass
  • Travel days needed: 5 days within 1 month
  • Price: € 468

Mostar

Let the Stari Most bridge and it’s surrounding landscape steal your heart. Explore the hidden street art on the streets and buildings of Mostar and enjoy the sunny days at the Kravice Waterfalls, just outside the city. Book your hotel or hostel.

Srajevo

Explore the capital city of Bosnia-Herzegovina and see for yourself where the Ottoman influences blend with the Austro-Hungarian vibes and form a lively city. If you are looking for a place to ski, you can find accommodation at the Jahorina or Bjelašnica resorts

Banja Luka

 Visit the second largest city in Bosnia and admire the UNESCO-listed Ferhadija Mosque built in the 16th century and rebuilt after the Bosnian War. Great cafes are scattered all around the city and you can taste the traditional food at any restaurant. Book your hotel or hostel.

Interrail / Eurail Bosnia Photo Gallery

Here are some of the best photographs people have been kind enough to share from their previous Interrail Netherlands trips.

If you have photos to share, we’re open to considering them for display on this page – just email us to start a conversation!

Conversely, if you see your photo here and want it taken down, just let us know.

Interrail Bosnia FAQ

Whichever Interrail or Eurail Bosnia guide you read, there will always be unanswered questions. If you feel that there is anything missing from this guide or the FAQ below, let us know in the comments or send an email!

What to bring on my Interrail Bosnia trip?

The official Interrail website lists the following as necessary items to bring with you on your trip:

  • First Aid kit
  • Photocopies of important documents
  • Spare credit card
  • Padlock
  • Torch
  • Driving licence
  • Money belt
  • Universal adaptor
  • Alarm clock
  • Phrase book
  • Small speakers
  • Waterproof jacket / poncho
  • Backpack rain cover
  • Plasters
  • Playing cards
  • Bottle opener
  • Hiking boots
  • Swimming goggles
  • Wet wipes
  • Resealable bags

And of course, you will need a backpack to carry everything – lucky for you, we’ve taken the time to review the best Interrail backpack options out there.

Is it safe?

Holland is one of the safest and most welcoming countries in Europe. The people are friendly and it has a very low crime rate.

Regardless, it is always important to take care – try to avoid walking streets alone at night, and keep your valuables somewhere safe. If there’s no safe place at your hotel or hostel, keep them with you!

If you are concerned about something that could go wrong on your trip, we recommend taking a look at World Nomads Travel Insurance – it’s designed especially for travellers rather than typical holidaymakers.

Interrail and Eurail Bosnia get your Pass today!

Bosnia is full of natural wonders and you can even encounter one of the last remaining pristine forests in Europe, so get ready for some adventure in the wilderness!

For those of you who want to sit back and relax, you can hit the local cafes and enjoy the delicious Bosnian coffee and try some local food.

Your Interrail or Eurail Bosnia journey will take you to impressive waterfalls, small old towns and through the breath-taking primeval forest.

Enjoy your trip!

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