Sarajevo Airport stands in the suburbs of Butmir approximately 6.1km southwest from the railway station. There is a bus stop outside the airport, on the main road, that has bus service, every 30 minutes, to Nedzarici. Tram services are available from there to the city centre that is at a distance of 1.6 Km. Taxi services are also available to and from the airport to the city centre. Many flights to Sarajevo operate from London and other popular cities of United Kingdom such as Edinburgh, Glasgow, Manchester, Norwich, Newcastle, Nottingham and Birmingham. Turkish Airlines, Austrian Airlines, Lufthansa flights, Pegasus Airlines and Croatia Airlines operate a number of flights to Sarajevo. Some routes require 1 or 2 stops. Lufthansa airlines have flights from London to Sarajevo and back with 1 stop while Turkish Airlines and Lufthansa operate flights from Birmingham to Sarajevo.
The vibrant city of Sarajevo is the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Being home to diverse religions, Sarajevo has a rich testimony of synagogues, mosques, and churches. This multicultural city is rightly known as the European Jerusalem. Some of the cultural attractions here include the Sarajevo Museum, National Museum, Historical Museum and Museum of Literature and Theatre Arts of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The numerous bridges that connect Sarajevo to the western cities are a marvel of architecture and culture. The Sheher-Cehaja's Bridge near the Town Hall is a beautiful stone construction of the Ottoman legacy. The Town Hall itself is an impressive building in pseudo-Moorish design and representative of the Austro-Hungarian era. A visit to Ilidza, about 12 km away from the city centre, can be a very rejuvenating experience due to its greenery and abundance of natural springs and thermal spas.