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How to get to Saraybosna in Novo Sarajevo by Bus, Light Rail, Minibus or Tram?

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Directions to Saraybosna (Novo Sarajevo) with public transportation

The following transit lines have routes that pass near Saraybosna

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Minibus stations near Saraybosna in Novo Sarajevo

  • Gornji Velešići II,3 min walk,

Bus stations near Saraybosna in Novo Sarajevo

  • Gornji Velešići,7 min walk,
  • Donji Velešići,11 min walk,
  • Koševsko Brdo Škola,23 min walk,
  • Bare,24 min walk,

Bus lines to Saraybosna in Novo Sarajevo

  • 41,Gornji Velešići - Drvenija,
  • 41A,Donji Velešići - Drvenija,
  • 16B,Koševsko Brdo - Dom Armije,
  • 21,Sutjeska - Vogošća,
  • 21,Vogošća - Sutjeska,
  • 22,Lješevo - Sutjeska,
  • 22,Ilijaš - Sutjeska,
  • 29,Kamenica - Sutjeska,
  • 201,Ilijaš - Autobusni Kolodvor,
  • 202,Autobusni Kolodvor - Kamenica,
  • 20B,Park - Bušća,
Questions & Answers
  • What are the closest stations to Saraybosna?

    The closest stations to Saraybosna are:

    • Gornji Velešići II is 211 meters away, 3 min walk.
    • Gornji Velešići is 484 meters away, 7 min walk.
    • Donji Velešići is 810 meters away, 11 min walk.
    • Koševsko Brdo Škola is 1735 meters away, 23 min walk.
    • Bare is 1865 meters away, 24 min walk.
  • Which Bus lines stop near Saraybosna?

    These Bus lines stop near Saraybosna: ,

  • Which Tram lines stop near Saraybosna?

    These Tram lines stop near Saraybosna: 

  • Which Light Rail lines stop near Saraybosna?

    These Light Rail lines stop near Saraybosna: 

  • Which Minibus lines stop near Saraybosna?

    These Minibus lines stop near Saraybosna: 

  • What’s the nearest bus stop to Saraybosna in Novo Sarajevo?

    The nearest bus stop to Saraybosna in Novo Sarajevo is Gornji Velešići. It’s a 7 min walk away.

  • What’s the nearest minibus station to Saraybosna in Novo Sarajevo?

    The nearest minibus station to Saraybosna in Novo Sarajevo is Gornji Velešići II. It’s a 3 min walk away.

  • What time is the first Bus to Saraybosna in Novo Sarajevo?

    The 21 is the first Bus that goes to Saraybosna in Novo Sarajevo. It stops nearby at 5:33 AM.

  • What time is the last Bus to Saraybosna in Novo Sarajevo?

    The 21 is the last Bus that goes to Saraybosna in Novo Sarajevo. It stops nearby at 12:13 AM.

  • What time is the first Minibus to Saraybosna in Novo Sarajevo?

    The 62 is the first Minibus that goes to Saraybosna in Novo Sarajevo. It stops nearby at 9:50 AM.

  • What time is the last Minibus to Saraybosna in Novo Sarajevo?

    The 62 is the last Minibus that goes to Saraybosna in Novo Sarajevo. It stops nearby at 3:32 PM.

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