Car & Van Hire in Bosnia-Herzegovina

Flying in to Bosnia-Herzegovina

Are you planning to travel to Bosnia and Herzegovina? If you're flying in, the main airport in Bosnia and Herzegovina is The Sarajevo International Airport (SJJ), located in the capital city of Sarajevo.

For your convenience, Enterprise offers car hire at Sarajevo International Airport or at the Sarajevo Enterprise branch in the city, where you can hire a vehicle of your choice, including SUVs, city cars, or vans.

You can also hire a car from Tuzla International Airport if you fly into this location.

Whether you're travelling for business or pleasure, having a rental car in Sarajevo can enhance your travel experience and allow you to explore the beautiful sights of Bosnia and Herzegovina with ease.

Popular Destinations and things to do in Bosnia-Herzegovina

If you’re wondering where to go in Bosnia and Herzegovina, read on, as we have some tips on the best things to see and do:

Popular cities in Bosnia-Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina is home to several captivating cities that offer a unique blend of history, culture, and natural beauty. Some of the popular cities worth exploring include:

Sarajevo: The capital city of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo is known for its rich history, vibrant nightlife, and diverse culinary scene. Visit the historic Baščaršija district, explore the museums and mosques, and experience the city's multicultural atmosphere.

Mostar: Located in southern Bosnia and Herzegovina, Mostar is famous for its iconic Stari Most (Old Bridge) that spans the Neretva River. Wander through the narrow streets of the old town, visit the historic Bosnian mosques and enjoy the traditional Bosnian cuisine.

Banja Luka: Situated in the northwestern part of the country, Banja Luka is among one of the most popular places to go in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Known for its picturesque landscapes, vibrant squares, and relaxing thermal spas.

Famous Landmarks in Bosnia-Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina boasts numerous famous landmarks that showcase its rich history and cultural heritage. Some notable landmarks to visit include:

• Stari Most (Old Bridge): Located in Mostar, this UNESCO World Heritage site is an architectural marvel and a symbol of the city. Admire its stunning arch and learn about its historical significance.

• Kravice Waterfalls: Situated in the Herzegovina region, the Kravice Waterfalls offer a breathtaking natural spectacle. With cascading turquoise waters surrounded by lush greenery, it's a popular spot for swimming and picnics.

• Vrelo Bosne: Located on the outskirts of Sarajevo, Vrelo Bosne is a park known for its pristine springs and beautiful walking trails. Take a stroll through the park, enjoy a picnic, and spot the local wildlife.

National parks in Bosnia-Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina is blessed with several stunning national parks that showcase its diverse landscapes. Some must-visit national parks include:

• Sutjeska National Park: Located in the southeast of the country, Sutjeska National Park in Bosnia and Herzegovina is home to the magnificent Perucica rainforest and the impressive Durmitor mountain range. Hike through the park's picturesque trails, explore the Skakavac waterfall, and discover its rich biodiversity.

• Una National Park: Situated in the northwest, Una National Park is named after the Una River. Known for its pristine waterfalls and clear blue-green waters, it’s a paradise for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts.

Shopping in Bosnia-Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina offers a unique shopping experience where you can find traditional handicrafts, local products, and stylish fashion items. Some popular shopping destinations include:

• Baščaršija Market (Sarajevo): Located in the heart of Sarajevo's old town, Baščaršija Market is a bustling marketplace where you can find a variety of goods, including copperware, traditional Bosnian carpets, handmade crafts, and local food products.

• Ferhadija Street (Sarajevo): This pedestrian street in Sarajevo is lined with boutique shops, fashion stores, and cafes.

Food in Bosnia-Herzegovina

When it comes to food and drink, Bosnia and Herzegovina offers a diverse and rich culinary experience. Traditional Food in Bosnia and Herzegovina includes Ćevapi, grilled minced meat served on soft bread with onions and kaymak. Another popular choice is burek, a flaky pastry with meat, cheese, or vegetables. Another must-try Bosnian dish is dolma, stuffed vegetables such as vine leaves or bell peppers filled with a flavourful rice and meat mixture. Finally, no culinary journey in Bosnia would be complete without tasting the sweet delight of baklava, layers of pastry filled with nuts and sweetened with syrup or honey.

Driving in Bosnia-Herzegovina

Licence Requirements in Bosnia-Herzegovina

The minimum legal driving age in Bosnia and Herzegovina is 18 years old. To drive in Bosnia and Herzegovina, you must have:

• A full, valid driver's licence from your home country or
• An International Driving Permit (IDP) if your licence is not written in the Latin alphabet.
• Your passport

It is recommended to always carry your driver's licence, and IDP while driving as you are required to present them to authorities if necessary.

Road Rules in Bosnia-Herzegovina

When driving in Bosnia and Herzegovina, it is essential to adhere to the following road rules:

• Drive on the right-hand side of the road.
• Seatbelts are mandatory for all passengers.
• The use of mobile phones while driving is prohibited unless you have a hands-free device.
• It is mandatory to always have headlights on, even during the day.
• Overtaking is done on the left side.
• Blood alcohol content (BAC) limit is 0.03%, stricter than in many other countries.
• Watch out for wildlife, especially in rural areas.

Are you ready to explore Bosnia and Herzegovina? Check out our car hire locations in Bosnia and Herzegovina and start exploring! 

Bosnia-Herzegovina Car Hire Locations

Enterprise Rent-A-Car is proud to serve customers in Bosnia-Herzegovina. As part of the largest rental car company in the world, which owns and operates more than 1.5 million vehicles, we’re sure to have a location near you or your travel destination. And while we are an internationally recognised brand, Enterprise remains family-owned with one goal in mind for our customers: to exceed your expectations for service and overall value.

With unique attractions, such as Sarajevo, the Old Bridge Mostar and Una National Park, Bosnia-Herzegovina is a popular destination with tourists and business travellers alike. No matter if you’re visiting for only a few days or staying for a month or more, you can count on us to provide the perfect vehicle for your transportation needs. Get your trip started by searching the map or browsing the locations below.