Bosnia and Herzegovina: Languages and Travel Information

Bosnia and Herzegovina is located in Europe & Central Asia, with a population of 3,752,228 (2011) and the arrival of 365,000 (2010) tourists a year. Are you traveling or researching Bosnia and Herzegovina? Following is some information on the languages and country. SpeakSheets offers our Lifetime Members printable and downloadable language sheets with no monthly costs ever. With more than 16 languages covering over 2.3 billion people worldwide, we can help make your travels to Bosnia and Herzegovina and beyond even more fun!

If you are traveling to Bosnia and Herzegovina or just looking for some more information, we can provide some Bosnia and Herzegovina travel language help. We also have some word categories for travel to Bosnia and Herzegovina. We’re always working on new languages and more travel words for the languages we do have. Our Lifetime Members have unlimited access to download and print our language sheets. We have the best language sheets on the web, guaranteed.

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Travel to these cities in Bosnia and Herzegovina and beyond!

Always wanted to visit or return to Bosnia and Herzegovina? We provide some great travel info for the following cities in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Travel to Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina 142,486 residents
Travel to Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina 164,423 residents
Travel to Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina 696,731 residents
Travel to Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina 221,106 residents
Travel to Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina 104,518 residents

Other Countries in Europe & Central Asia

Learning a few words in the language of the country you are visiting will help make your travels more immersive and fun. Here are other countries in Europe & Central Asia:

CountryLanguage(s)PopulationAnnual TouristsRegion
AlbaniaAlbanian
3,215,988 (2011)
2,417,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
AndorraCatalan
86,165 (2011)
1,830,000 (2009)
Europe & Central Asia
ArmeniaArmenian
3,100,236 (2011)
575,000 (2009)
Europe & Central Asia
AustriaGerman
8,419,000 (2011)
22,004,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
AzerbaijanAzerbaijani
9,168,000 (2011)
1,280,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
BelarusRussian
9,473,000 (2011)
119,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
BelgiumFrench, German
11,008,000 (2011)
7,186,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
Bosnia and HerzegovinaBosnian, Croatian, Serbian
3,752,228 (2011)
365,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
BulgariaBulgarian
7,476,000 (2011)
6,047,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
Channel IslandsEnglish
153,876 (2011)
n/a
Europe & Central Asia
CroatiaCroatian
4,407,000 (2011)
9,111,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
CyprusGreek, Turkish
1,116,564 (2011)
2,173,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
Czech RepublicCzech
10,546,000 (2011)
8,185,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
DenmarkDanish
5,574,000 (2011)
8,744,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
EstoniaEstonian
1,340,000 (2011)
2,120,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
Faeroe IslandsDanish, Persian
48,863 (2011)
n/a
Europe & Central Asia
FinlandFinnish, Swedish
5,387,000 (2011)
3,670,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
FranceFrench
65,436,552 (2011)
77,148,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
GeorgiaGeorgian
4,486,000 (2011)
2,033,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
GermanyGerman
81,726,000 (2011)
26,875,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
GreeceGreek
11,304,000 (2011)
15,007,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
GreenlandGreenlandic
56,744 (2011)
n/a
Europe & Central Asia
HungaryHungarian
9,971,000 (2011)
9,510,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
IcelandIcelandic
319,000 (2011)
1,213,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
IrelandEnglish, Irish
4,487,000 (2011)
7,189,000 (2009)
Europe & Central Asia
Isle of ManEnglish, Manx
83,327 (2011)
n/a
Europe & Central Asia
ItalyFrench, Italian
60,770,000 (2011)
43,626,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
KazakhstanRussian
16,558,459 (2011)
3,393,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
KosovoSerbian
1,794,303 (2011)
n/a
Europe & Central Asia
Kyrgyz RepublicRussian
5,507,000 (2011)
1,316,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
LatviaLatvian
2,220,000 (2011)
1,373,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
LiechtensteinGerman
36,304 (2011)
52,000 (2009)
Europe & Central Asia
LithuaniaLithuanian
3,203,000 (2011)
1,507,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
LuxembourgFrench, German
517,000 (2011)
849,000 (2009)
Europe & Central Asia
MacedoniaMacedonian
2,063,893 (2011)
262,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
MaltaEnglish, Maltese
419,000 (2011)
1,332,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
MoldovaRomanian
3,559,000 (2011)
8,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
MonacoFrench
35,427 (2011)
279,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
MontenegroMontenegrin
632,261 (2011)
1,088,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
NetherlandsDutch
16,696,000 (2011)
10,883,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
NorwayNorwegian
4,952,000 (2011)
4,767,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
PolandPolish
38,216,000 (2011)
12,470,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
PortugalPortuguese
10,637,000 (2011)
6,756,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
ReunionFrench
n/a
n/a
Europe & Central Asia
RomaniaRomanian
21,390,000 (2011)
7,575,000 (2009)
Europe & Central Asia
RussiaRussian
141,930,000 (2011)
22,281,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
San MarinoItalian
31,735 (2011)
120,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
SerbiaSerbian
7,261,000 (2011)
683,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia
Slovak RepublicSlovak
5,440,000 (2011)
1,298,000 (2009)
Europe & Central Asia
SloveniaSlovenian
2,052,000 (2011)
1,869,000 (2010)
Europe & Central Asia

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