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Bosnia and Herzegovina is a country that does not require a visa from Turkish citizens. Sarajevo flight tickets are on oBilet! Trebevi? Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, lying in the narrow valley of the Miljacka River at the foot of Mount Mt., is the administrative, economic, cultural, educational and sports center of the country. The Municipality of Sarajevo consists of four municipalities in total: Stari Grad, Centar, Novo Sarajevo and Novi Grad. Sarajevo is surrounded by Bjelasnica and Mount Igman from the southwest, Trebevic and mid-range mountains from the southeast, and valleys from the north and northwest. The entire city is at an altitude of 500 meters above sea level. The average temperature in summer is 19 degrees Celsius, in winter it is -1.3 degrees and the annual average temperature is 9.5 degrees Celsius. The tourist attractions of Sarajevo, which consists of a total area of 141.5 square kilometers, are located in the Old Town, known as Bascarsija. You can reach many places on foot, from shopping malls to historical buildings, from natural and cultural areas to interesting museums. In addition, the urban public transportation network is quite developed. The currency used in Sarajevo is the Convertible Mark (BAM). Other places to visit in the city are Bascarsija (Baš?aršija), Ali Pasha Mosque (1560-61), Begova D?amija (1530), Mlada Bosna, Kazand?viluk (copper bazaar), a clock tower from the 16th century and the nearby Begova D?amija. Festivals held in Sarajevo: Sarajevo Winter Festival (February-March), Children's Festival (June), Theater Festival (June), Bascarsija Nights (July), Sarajevo Film Festival (July-August), Banja Luka Summer Games (August), Jazz Festival (november), Sarajevo Fashion Week (november) and MESS International Theater Festival (november).

Sarajevo International Airport, also known as Butmir Airport, is located 6.1 km southwest of the Sarajevo railway station in Ilidza Municipality. The airport, whose construction started by the Yugoslavs in 1966, was opened on June 2, 1969. The total number of passengers it provided transportation services to in 2016 was over 800 thousand. The airline companies with direct flights from Turkey to Sarajevo Airport are Turkish Airlines (Istanbul Atatürk Airport), Pegasus Airlines (Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport) and AtlasGlobal (Atatürk Airport). The majority of the flights operated by AtlasGlobal are connecting, but sometimes they also have non-stop flights to Sarajevo Airport. In addition, you can buy your flight ticket online from oBilet before your trip with Turkish Airlines or Pegasus Airlines. The flight between Sarajevo Airport and Istanbul takes an average of 1 hour and 55 minutes. In addition, Scandinavian Airlines, Lufthansa, Aeroflat, Britih Airways and many other international airline companies organize flights to Sarajevo via Turkey. You can access Sarajevo flight ticket information of all airlines via oBilet.

You can find cheap flight tickets on oBilet to travel with Turkish Airlines, which has direct flights from Ataturk Airport in Istanbul to Sarajevo. Alternatively, you can go from Sabiha Gökçen to Sarajevo Airport by purchasing a Pegasus Airlines ticket.

The old name of Sarajevo is Wrhbosna.


It took its name during the Ottoman Period. It is formed by the combination of the words saraj and evo. During the Ottoman Period, the city was named Sarajevo, meaning Palace in Bosnia.

It is a city connected to Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is one of the historical and interesting cities of Europe. Its people are cultured. He is peaceful and tolerant. Even though the city is small, there are religious differences. There are three divine religions and places of worship.

The city suffered great damage during the Yugoslavian Wars in 1992 and 1995. Over time, most of the damage was repaired. The crime rate is very low. It is the reliable city of South Eastern Europe.