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There is a railway connecting Tuzla to Doboj to the east and Vinkovci to the north. The Sarajevo train to Budapest travels via Doboj.


From Doboj it is possible to travel at least once daily to Tuzla and vice versa. This route is included in the 2004 InterRail agreement that Bosnia and Herzegovina has entered. By car, the easiest access from the west is via Slavonia in eastern Croatia.

The major border crossings of Slavonski Brod, Bosanski Samac, Zupanija and Zvornik all lead to Tuzla. From central Bosnia the best route by bus is via Zenica-Doboj. The quickest route from Sarajevo travels through Olovo-Kladanj but in the winter this can be slow-moving through the mountains. Tuzla's bus station is one of the busiest in the country, as illustrated by the schedule below.

By plane

Tuzla-Frankfurt
15:00 on Monday and Wednesday
Frankfurt-Tuzla
18:40 on Monday and Wednesday

The flight schedule is available at the web site of the Tuzla Airport www.tuzla-airport.com

By bus

Tuzla-Sarajevo: each hour from 4 a.m. to 6 p.m. A one-way ticket costs 21 KM
Sarajevo-Tuzla: 05:00; 06:30; 08:30; 10:30; 11:30; 12:30; 13:30; 15:35; 16:00; 17:00; 18:00. A one-way ticket costs 21 KM 
Mostar-Sarajevo-Tuzla: 06:30; 16:00 (Salinetrans) 
Mostar-Tuzla: 04:50 (Ljajic tours)

By train

Tuzla-Sarajevo (Doboj): 10:27; 21:20
Sarajevo-Tuzla: 15:12; 03:45


 






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