When is the best time to go to Bosnia and Herzegovina?

When is the best time to go to Bosnia and Herzegovina? Here's some information to help you in your decision:

  • In Bosnia and Herzegovina, the weather is good everywhere in May, June, July, August and September
  • The best months to go to Sarajevo are May, June, July, August and September
  • On average, the warmest months in Sarajevo are July and August, and the coldest month of the year is January
  • The rainiest months in this city are May and June
  • The cities with the best climate are Međugorje, Neum, Trebinje, Tuzla, Banovici, Bijeljina, Capljina, Gradacac, Ljubuski and Orasje, with good weather at least 7 months a year
  • The best months for swimming in Neum are June, July, August and September


For information about the climate and the weather city by city in Bosnia and Herzegovina for a specific month, click on the corresponding line below:

January 22°F to 52°F
3 to 10 days*
February 27°F to 54°F
5 to 10 days*
March 32°F to 58°F
4 to 10 days*
April 43°F to 67°F
4 to 10 days*
May 50°F to 72°F
6 to 13 days*
June 58°F to 81°F
4 to 13 days*
July 61°F to 88°F
3 to 9 days*
August 59°F to 90°F
2 to 6 days*
September 52°F to 81°F
4 to 8 days*
October 43°F to 70°F
3 to 7 days*
November 36°F to 63°F
3 to 9 days*
December 27°F to 54°F
3 to 10 days*
* weather varies across the country

Best time to travel to Bosnia And Herzegovina by cities

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Sarajevo

Sarajevo

The best months to go to Sarajevo are may, june, july, august and september.

Banja Luka

Banja Luka

The best months to go to Banja Luka are april, may, june, july, august and september.

Mostar

Mostar

The best months to go to Mostar are april, may, june, july, august and september.

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Temperatures and rainfall in Bosnia and Herzegovina

On these 3 graphs, we present the evolution of temperatures of Bosnia And Herzegovina and month-by-month rainfall for the cities of Sarajevo, Banja Luka, Mostar, Goražde and Međugorje, as well as the month-by-month sea temperature for coastal cities.


Where to go in Bosnia and Herzegovina?

This table allows you to see the maximum temperature for each city and our opinion on the weather month by month (see colour legend below the table).

Cities jan.feb.mar.apr.mayjun.jul.aug.sep.oct.nov.dec.
Sarajevo38°F41°F49°F58°F67°F74°F79°F81°F72°F61°F54°F41°F
Banja Luka41°F45°F54°F65°F70°F79°F85°F86°F76°F65°F56°F45°F
Mostar45°F49°F54°F63°F72°F81°F88°F90°F79°F68°F59°F49°F
Goražde34°F40°F47°F58°F65°F72°F77°F79°F70°F59°F50°F40°F
Međugorje49°F52°F58°F63°F70°F81°F86°F90°F81°F70°F61°F52°F
Neum49°F52°F58°F63°F70°F81°F86°F90°F81°F70°F61°F52°F
Trebinje52°F54°F58°F63°F70°F77°F85°F86°F77°F70°F63°F54°F
Tuzla41°F45°F54°F65°F70°F79°F83°F86°F76°F65°F56°F45°F
Zenica40°F43°F50°F61°F68°F76°F81°F83°F72°F61°F52°F41°F
Banovici41°F45°F54°F65°F70°F79°F83°F86°F76°F65°F56°F45°F
Bijeljina41°F47°F56°F67°F72°F79°F86°F88°F79°F67°F58°F45°F
Bugojno38°F41°F49°F58°F67°F74°F79°F81°F70°F61°F52°F41°F
Capljina49°F52°F58°F63°F70°F81°F86°F90°F81°F70°F61°F52°F
Cazin40°F41°F50°F61°F68°F77°F81°F83°F72°F61°F52°F43°F
Doboj40°F45°F54°F63°F70°F79°F83°F85°F74°F65°F56°F43°F
Drvar40°F41°F50°F61°F68°F77°F81°F83°F72°F61°F52°F43°F
Gracanica40°F45°F54°F63°F70°F79°F83°F85°F74°F65°F56°F43°F
Gradacac41°F45°F56°F67°F72°F81°F86°F88°F77°F67°F56°F45°F
Gradiska41°F45°F54°F65°F70°F79°F85°F86°F76°F65°F56°F45°F
Jajce38°F41°F49°F58°F67°F74°F79°F81°F70°F61°F52°F41°F

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Is this weather information for Bosnia And Herzegovina reliable?

Climate data for Bosnia And Herzegovina has been gathered every day since January 2009. The analysis of these meteorological data for Bosnia And Herzegovina allows us to determine the average for each month in Sarajevo, Banja Luka, Mostar, Goražde, Međugorje, Neum, Trebinje, Tuzla, and 29 other cities.

So yes: this data is reliable except in cases of temporary climate disruption in the region.

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