Europcar is proud to offer five rental centres in Bosnia and Herzegovina, at Sarajevo and Tuzla International Airports and in Sarajevo and Tuzla proper, as well as in Banja Luka. So whether you're on a short break, a full family vacation or travelling for business, we can help get you where you need to go. Useful services like easy online booking, express pick-up, optional satellite navigation, child seats and additional driver cover can help to make your driving experience around any of Bosnia and Herzegovina's beautiful country a pleasure. Plus, Europcar's fleet of safe and reliable vehicles is always standing by to allow you to select the hire car that best meets your requirements, however many passengers, however much luggage, or whatever size budget you have.
Nestled in the heart of south east Europe, Bosnia and Herzegovina has a long name and so many varied kinds of countryside for a land measuring just 20,000 square miles. Krajina, in the north west, is filled with interconnecting rivers and lush, green countryside, while in the north east corner the land is devoted to agriculture and industry. Central Bosnia and Herzegovina is known as Srebrena Bosna and is home to much of the cultural architecture of the land, such as many of the historic monuments, churches and monasteries. In the south east, the Sarajevo region is famous for its many festivals and its mountains of Jahorina and Bjelasnica, where skiing is popular and in the south west Herzegovina region, an arid moonscape contrasts with freshwater springs and cool, clear rivers that flow towards the 15 miles of Adriatic coastline. Which region you pick is entirely up to you. Just remember, with a hire car you're far from limited to only one.
The City of Sarajevo - The religious diversity of Bosnia and Herzegovina's capital city has led it to be often described as the Jerusalem of Europe, with Catholicism, Islam, and Judaism living side-by-side for hundreds of years. With more than six centuries of history as a trade centre for the Austrian-Hungarian and Ottoman empires, both eastern and western cultures are fully represented. Visitor attractions include the Roman thermal springs in Vrelo Bosne park, Sarajevo Cathedral and the Baščaršija bazaar in old town. There is also plenty of choice for museum lovers, including the Ars Aevi museum of contemporary art, the Museum of Sarajevo and the National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina. And, as with any European, cosmopolitan city, there are dozens of fabulous choices for shopping and fine dining.
The City of Banja Luka - The second largest city in Bosnia and Herzegovina is famed for its surrounding natural beauty, parks and over 10,000 trees, pools, thermal springs and the waterfall on the Vrbas river. With the ancient Roman fortress of Kastel amongst the historical structures, bars and restaurants in the city centre, it's a popular location for visitors to spend their evenings.