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About travel route
Split - Sarajevo
The road distance between Split and Sarajevo is approximately 240 km. The time needed to cross that route is a bit less than six and a half hours. The one-way bus ticket costs around 39 BAM/20 EUR and that is exactly what makes the bus the most convenient mean of transport on the Split - Sarajevo line.
Each day, at least two bus lines depart from Split to Sarajevo. Considering the popularity of both cities, Split as a sort of Dalmatian center, and Sarajevo as the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, it does not surprise a large number of visitors and interest.
List of carriers
- Croatia Bus d.o.o.
Bus station Split
Split bus station is located at the address Obala kneza Domagoja 12. Do not worry about finding the station. The ferry port is your best orientation point. Additionally, from the center of Split to the bus station it takes an average of ten minutes on foot.
At the station, you will find an internal waiting room, numerous cafes, toilet (1 BAM/0.5 EUR), sales counters and information counter. In the vicinity of the station, there are fast food objects and bakeries. A large parking lot is located on the back of the bus terminal. The parking space costs 2 BAM/1 EUR per hour for personal vehicles, ie 32 BAM/16 EUR for 24 hours.
Split - Sarajevo journey
Passing the distance from Split to Sarajevo, that is 239 km long, you will spend more than six hours on the road. Depending on which bus you choose, there are two options for your trip between the two cities. The one that includes these two stations: Kamensko and Livno is a bit longer. This road will take almost 7 hours to get to Sarajevo. The other one goes over: Sinj, Bugojno, Travnik, Busovaca, and Kiseljak.
Bus station Sarajevo
In Sarajevo, the bus station is located at the address of Put života 8. It is a kilometer and a half apart from the center of the city, depending on the pace of walking, a 15-20 minutes walk.
Sarajevo bus station offers toilet, cash dispenser, cafe and luggage storage area. You will find accommodation facilities near the bus station in Sarajevo, such as hotels, hostels, private apartments, ie rooms.
Split - Sarajevo bus operators information
Most of the buses that operate on this line have comfortable seats, free WiFi, air conditioning and TV. Some buses even have outlets for charging mobile phones for example.
Why you should travel from Split to Sarajevo by bus
The average time needed to cross Split - Sarajevo route is 6.5 hours. If you travel alone bus is undoubtedly a better choice than using your own car.
Bus stops at Split - Sarajevo journey
Traveling from Split to Sarajevo the bus passes through Sinj, Trilj, Kamensko, Raseljka, Podgradina, Livno, Kupres, Bugojno, Donji Vakuf, Travnik, Bila, Vitez, Busovaca, and Kiseljak. There is also an option where the bus goes through Mostar. This is a particularly good option if you have not been to Mostar before, and would like to see it.
Recommendations about what to see in Split depend greatly on the time you have at your disposal. However, there are some points you should not miss. Walk through the Old Town and the walls of Diocletian's Palace. Visit Pjaca (Narodni Trg), Grgur Ninski Statue, Fruit Square between Riva and Pjaca. Plus, take some time to visit Bacvice - the most famous beach in the city. For Split, it is necessary to clear the schedule for at least 3-4 days. Only then you will be able to take a closer look at cultural signs and natural resources.
Sarajevo is a city of a great number of sights. It is the capital and the largest city in Bosnia and Herzegovina. An essential part of Sarajevo, which was created in the period of Ottoman rule, is Bascarsija - the old town. Furthermore, go & see the Town Hall, the Latin Bridge, the Sarajevo Museum and the Tunnel.
More detailed information about the city and the lines, a new timetable and discounts for individual categories (f.e. children and students) can be checked through our Vollo web site.