Olimpijski centar Jahorina

Olimpijska bb, Jahorina

Olympic Center Jahorina - Most important information

The Jahorina Olympic Center is the most modern ski center in the whole part of Southeast Europe. Every year, the Olympic Center in Jahorina successfully realizes numerous investments, and the hard work continues even after the end of the winter and summer seasons.

History of the Jahorina Olympic Center
Such successful work and activities at the Jahorina Olympic Center were preceded by years of preparation and effort. The first cable car in this Olympic center was built in 1952, and since then, the activity of this center has been on an upward trajectory.
  • In 1974, the Jahorina Olympic Center hosted a youth skiing criterion: This event 1974 represented a great affirmation of the development of the entire mountain. After that, the Jahorina Olympic Center was home to various competitions and organizations several more times.
  • The Winter Olympic Games from 1984 were held in Jahorina: The organization of the Winter Olympic Games at the Jahorina Olympic Center stands out as the most significant success up to that time. After this event, Jahorina experienced an incredible boom, which continues to this day.
The importance of the Jahorina Olympic Center
Today, the Jahorina Olympic Center is one of Europe's largest and most visited. There are many reasons for this, and the modern equipment of the entire center additionally contributes to this.
  • During the winter season, the Jahorina Olympic Center is visited by up to 600,000 skiers: Jahorina is an unmissable destination for all skiing fans and those who like to enjoy all the winter magic. Most visitors come from Serbia, Croatia, Montenegro, and Slovenia, although you can often meet people from countries such as Turkey, Germany, Austria, Italy, and even Russia and Singapore.
Today, Jahorina has 47 kilometers of ski slopes: Due to the high development of ski slopes, both professional skiers and those new to skis can find their place here. Some popular tracks are Novak Djokovic, Trnovo, Skocine, and Poljice.
 What to see/do in Jahorina Olympic Center?
Apart from skiing, the most popular type of activity on this mountain, the Jahorina Olympic Center offers many other exciting things to its visitors.
  • Children and older tourists enjoy activities in Adrenaline Park: the Adrenaline Park on Jahorina includes four activities: Butterfly, Nautic Jet, Loopster, and Tower. These activities will give you a unique experience; you can ride a boat that accelerates up to 40 km/h for the first time, fly like a butterfly, or try your hand at the Zipline.
  • Off-road karting for all fans of fast driving: This form of entertainment is available during the summer season, and during this karting, drivers use karts specially adapted to grass, dirt, and sand surfaces. The tour is 350 meters long, and the minimum driving age is 11 years.
  • Enjoy the sunrise with Ski Uranak: The famous Ski Uranak starts at 6:15 in the morning, and it is a panoramic drive over Gola Jahorina. He stops at least two locations where great photos are taken due to the influence of the rising sun and the fantastic surroundings. It is possible to drive to the Olympic Bar at the top of the Poljica trail, where tourists can refresh themselves with a hot breakfast and the finest drinks.
  • The hiking trails in the Jahorina Olympic Center are one of the most visited in the region: These trails are suitable for all lovers of mountain walks, and some courses are intended only for professionals. Some of the most famous tracks are the Sports and Recreational Trail, the Health Trail, the Love Trail, and the Olympic Trail.
 Opening hours and ticket prices
  • Working hours: Daytime skiing is from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., while night skiing is possible from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
  • Ticket price: When skiing, it is possible to pay according to the individual or family price list, depending on whether you are skiing alone or with your family. During the season, prices per person can range from 10 KM to 15 KM, while the price is slightly lower during the off-season. For more details, visit the Jahorina Olympic Center website.
How to get to the Jahorina Olympic Center?
 Jahorina is located in Bosnia and Herzegovina, not far from Sarajevo. Zenica is about 100 km away, Tuzla 150 km, Zagreb 430 km, and the Serbian capital a little more than 300 km. The Jahorina Olympic Center can be reached by bus and car. 
  • By bus: You can come by bus from Pale and East Sarajevo with the Centrotrans carrier. The bus runs daily, leaving from East Sarajevo at 8:15, while the departure from Pale is at 8:50. The price of a return ticket from East Sarajevo is 6KM, while the cost from Pala is 5KM.
  •  By car: If you are coming from the direction of Mostar, you must follow the E73, i.e., the A1 road to Sarajevo, from where you will track the other route to the Olympic Center. From Belgrade, it is best to follow the path toward Obrenovac and then continue along the A2 road. After Valjevo and Bratunac, you will reach the border crossing at Ljubovija, where you enter Bosnia and Herzegovina and continue towards Sarajevo. After Pale, it will take another 30 km to Jahorina.


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