Sarajevo Trams

People in Sarajevo use public transportation a lot. Trams are very popular. Driving the car is usually used on a longer distances. There are many funny stories and experiences especially while attending the high school and using trams every day.

Sarajevo was the first European City to have city-wide tram service. Trams are part of Sarajevo culture.


People in the tram, Sarajevo Bosnia


Sarajevo Tram, Bosnia Photo by Ben Otopalick

I came across of nice Blog about Bosnian Interesting facts Here.


Sarajevo Tram, Bosnia


"Let's go Tickets", Tickets for the Tram

Tickets for the tram are in different colors and very simple.


Trams are traveling along one side of Miljacka river throughout the city.

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  1. This business about the Bosnians being Muslims — it was all just a cover for those who wanted to take their territory. What’s going on is that Serbia and Croatia have always wanted to control Bosnia-Herzegovina for many, many, many years. When the Yugoslav state fell apart in 1991, both Serbia and Croatia simply followed the same path they’ve been following for a very long time: to get their hands on that area. The fact that some of the Bosnians were Muslim, I think, enabled each side to inject a religious element where there shouldn’t have been one.
    Old Dominion associate professor of history Lorraine Lees is an American foreign policy expert and author of the 1997 book “Keeping Tito Afloat: The United States, Yugoslavia and the Cold War.”