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From: Sarajevo, BA To: Tuzla, BA
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    Sarajevo - Tuzla

    Line Sarajevo-Tuzla is 125 km long. Consider traveling on the bus for 2 hours and 36 minutes. This is the opportunity to get away from exhausting everyday life and go into your thoughts.

    Every day there are two buses on the Sarajevo - Tuzla line. Both companies are Croatia Bus / Globtour.

    The first bus is in the morning. At 10 am it travels from Sarajevo to be at 12:30 pm in Tuzla. This line, therefore, takes 2 and a half hours. The second departure from Sarajevo to Tuzla is scheduled for 6:50 pm, and you'll be at the destination at 9:30 pm which means that this journey takes 10 minutes more than the previous one.

    List of carriers Sarajevo - Tuzla

    • Croatia Bus d.o.o./Globtour

    Bus station Sarajevo

    The bus station in Sarajevo has been there since 1968. Although it is not a modern building, the bus station in Sarajevo offers all the contents you may need: Cafe Time, Traffic and Bakery.

    Sarajevo Bus Station is well connected to the city center so it is easy to get to the center and check out why all praise the spirit of Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

    The ticket price can be checked through our Vollo website or application (Android/iOS). Also, at a bus station, a contact person for a check on the fare, as well as how much the fare for the particular line is, is an employee at the information counter.

    Sarajevo - Tuzla Journey

    Traveling on the Sarajevo - Tuzla line is 125 km long, the average driving time is 2 hours and 35 minutes, and every day two bus lines travel through Tuzla. 

    Bus station Tuzla

    Bus station Tuzla is located at Bosne Srebrene 60. If you are the first time in the city you'll be interested in information that the bus station is located about 3.5 km from the city center. You'll need around ten minutes to cross that distance by car.

    And indeed, if you are in the city center, don't forget to arrange for transportation to the accommodation. If you don't have a different solution, book yourself a taxi.

    Tuzla bus station consists of 12 perons, and passengers are free to use: a waiting room, a wardrobe, a bank, kiosks, cafes and WiFi. Also, you'll notice a screen that provides travelers with easy-to-read information on the exact time of departure for bus lines.

    Sarajevo - Tuzla bus operators information

    All buses from Sarajevo to Tuzla are equipped with air conditioning, most of them offering free Wi-Fi and smartphone power sockets.

    Why you should travel from Sarajevo to Tuzla by bus

    The mileage of Sarajevo - Tuzla is ideal for a bus trip. Indeed, 125 km or 2 and a half hours measured by time pass for a moment. Driving by car would only cost you more than 10 EUR/20 KM. In addition, you should choose a bus so that you have an opportunity to relax and enjoy driving.

    Bus stops on Sarajevo - Tuzla journey

    From Sarajevo to Tuzla, the bus passes through these places and towns: Čapljina, Međugorje, Čitluk, and Mostar. Čapljina is a town with only a few thousand inhabitants but it's an important traffic hub since it's located at the intersection of the roads from north to south.

    Međugorje is one of the most famous Roman Catholic pilgrimage destinations in the world. To this day, the center of the gathering of the faithful remains the church of St.Jakova in the city center.

    Čitluk is a small town, but also a municipality located in the very south of BiH. The area of the municipality is known for the preservation of Illyrian fortifications and fortresses as well as Roman temples and remains of buildings from the period of the Bosnian church and a large number of Turkish towers.

    Mostar is a town that was named after bridge guarders (monsters) on the banks of the Neretva River. It's one of the most beautiful cities of Bosnia and Herzegovina, where the Old Bridge is located on the list of protected UNESCO heritage sites.

    About Sarajevo

    Sarajevo is the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and it is also one of the most significant tourist locations in the country. The old town, the narrow streets, Baščaršija, the popular tourist street Kazandžiluk and the food that goes hand in hand with the culture of the area is what won't forbid you to visit the city. We don't just think of ćevapi. We also think of all the pies and desserts that are more than popular among both city visitors and hosts.

    Regardless of whether it's the sun or the rain falls, you must visit Baščaršija - the most popular destination in Sarajevo.

    When in Sarajevo you're actually in a city that writes history. A city where years of history have been printed, and no less than the beginning of the First World War. The murder of Austro-Hungarian exorcist Franjo Ferdinand and his wife on the Latin Bridge started the First World War. Murders that have sparked world affairs and resulted in general chaos and suffering remain printed just in the streets of Sarajevo. Till this days, the Latin Bridge remains one of the most popular places to be visited by tourists in Sarajevo.

    About Tuzla

    Tuzla is one of the earliest European settlements whose name derives from the Turkish language and means saltan. In addition, it's an area of many preserved, sacral objects. For example Turalibeg or Polish mosque, Hadžihasan or Čaršija mosque, Djevojačka or Jalska mosque.

    As far as cultural institutions are concerned, the National Theater of Tuzla, the Historical Archives, the National and University Library, the Behram beg library, the International Portrait Gallery Ismet Mujezinović and the Museum of East Bosnia.

    If you have extra time, go to Pannonian Lakes, Archaeological Park, Freedom Square and Soni Square where the following words are embossed in granite:

    "Tuzla is one of the oldest settlements in Europe. Seven thousand years from the Neolithic to today, people produce and live in this area. The citizens of Tuzla renewed Soni Square in 2004, with the belief that love is the source of the birth and the eternal life of the world. "