Bus Station Zenica
About Bus Station Zenica
How to get to the bus station?
The bus station in Zenica is 1.2 km from the city center which takes only 15 minutes of walk. If you're in doubt about ordering a taxi or walking, a lot of baggage is definitely a decisive factor. We still hope you'll walk and preserve some money for later enjoyment in the city. The address of the station is Bulevar Kralja Tvrtka I 34.
What can I find here?
While you're waiting for your bus, from the offered content at the Zenica bus station and in the immediate vicinity you will find, ATM, gas station, hotels, and hostels. If you're about to continue your journey by train, less than 350 m away you'll find the Zenica train station. Make use of proximity, so combine and arrange for an ideal journey.
For those traveling by plane, it would be useful to know that the nearest airport from Zenica is in Sarajevo, which is about 72 km apart.
Right next to it, is the airport in Banja Luka, to which there is a total of 173 km from the town of Zenica. Almost more than double in comparison to Sarajevo.
Apart from a simple combination of further travel, the Zenica bus station is equipped with ATM and gas station. At the gas station, you can get a newspaper or a crossword to shorten your waiting. Also, in the case of hunger, you can buy at least some sandwich or chocolate. There's no point in being hungry or thirsty when there is a solution. Okay, maybe not an ideal one but you can give it a try. You can also buy bus tickets at the bus station, but also through our online service or application (Android or iOS).
Time to spare
In case you have a few hours of free time, we suggest you spend it reading a book or surfing the internet. Since Zenica bus station is quite modest, don't expect miracles and make sure you have your own internet access.
If you have enough rest and want to go to the city once before you go, this is definitely the best option to spend the last moments in town. Otherwise, sit in one of the cafes and wait for your bus there.
Are you hungry?
As the inhabitants themselves say, "Zenica is a city of moderate and pleasant proportions, neither too big to conquer the closeness of people, nor too small to diminish the possibility of choice." So, this is a city where you feel at the same time and freely enough on one, and safe enough on the other side. Nothing in Zenica is so far away that it seems strange to you, and yet not overwhelming to quench you.
Zenica is located on the Bosna River valley, and it is the economic center of Bosnia and Herzegovina, which has about 130,000 inhabitants.
Speaking of the beauty of the city, one must look back at the part of the old Zenica, more precisely the peculiar center with mosques, Orthodox and Catholic churches and the Jewish synagogue.
Besides, when you are in Zenica, don't miss the fortress Vranduk. It's the most significant legacy of Zenica's historical heritage. In addition to visiting the best-preserved medieval fortresses in Banja Luka, you'll be able to visit the main fortress, drink Bosnian coffee and look for refreshment. Finally, if you come with children, it's good to know that there are workshops where children can learn old, traditional sewing techniques, as well as other art techniques.
Where to go next?
Zenica, as one of the most popular places in Bosnia and Herzegovina is, at least as far as the visitor concerned, connected with other cities in the country, but also internationally. Speaking specifically, within the state is connected with over 20 cities. An example is certainly Sarajevo, Banja Luka, and Mostar.
Furthermore, Zenica is connected to Germany (Munich, Dusseldorf, Hamburg), Sweden (Stockholm, Gothenburg, Malmo), and Croatia (Zagreb, Rijeka, Slavonski Brod). And once you've decided to move on, from Zenica this certainly shouldn't be a problem at all.