Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina (Bosna i Hercegovina, Босна и Херцеговина, usually shortened to BiH) is a European country located on the Balkan peninsula. It used to be part of Yugoslavia but gained independence in 1992.

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Centrotrans operates for Eurolines to Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Denmark, France, Germany, Montenegro, Serbia and Slovenia.

Semi tours

Cooperation with Eurolines and Centrotrans, several buses per week to Belgium and The Netherlands

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Weekly buses from and to Nordic European countries (e.g. Denmark, Sweden, Norway)

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Gold tours

Buses to Belgium, The Netherlands, Luxemburg and Switzerland.

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Regular buses to Germany, Austria, Sweden and Croatia.

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To the federation by bus from Switzerland.

About Bosnia and Herzegovina

The idea of a Bosnian nationality used to mainly apply to the nation's Muslims, also referred to as Bosniaks. Bosnia's Croatians and Serbs looked to Serbia and Croatia for guidance and as the mother country and both had aspirations for political union with either Serbia or Croatia once the Yugoslav state began to fall apart in the early 1990s. This of course spelled disaster for the state of Bosnia and as a result a bloody civil war was fought between all three groups. In the end the Croatian-Muslim alliance fought the Serbian forces on the ground whilst NATO attacked the Bosnian Serbs from the air, causing a military defeat for the Serbs. A peace treaty followed, with the detailed scrutiny of the US Clinton Administration helping seal the deal. The result was that Bosnia would be a federation comprising a Croat-Muslim unit alongside a Serb autonomous entity. Things have rapidly improved since then but the two regions of Bosnia still have a long way to go towards complete political and social union. As of now, it could be said Bosnia functions as one country with two or even three different parts. However, the central government lies in Sarajevo and there is one common currency, the convertible mark, sometimes denoted locally as ''KM''. .


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