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Exciting Bosnia and Hercegovina!
Rent-a-Car


A family business where customers are not considered as numbers, where liability and security are the keywords, where exchange, sharing is a way of life BTO makes your vacations and allow you to meet real people.

Self drive holidays are a great way to see the country, but there are things you need to know before you hit the road. Find out about the latest traffic regulations of county and driving customs.


Customers on leisure or business trips can achieve the best value for an affordable price. We are at your command to find the best vehicle fit to the purpose of even a 9 seated minibus..

We aim to provide you with competitive rates, no hidden costs, and safe rental vehicles all backed by friendly hospitality and local knowledge. Choose one of our cars for your Bosnia holiday and let us drive your dollar further. All of our vehicles are on request.

If you wish to stay with friends, family, for one week or few days, you should book your stay in a private holiday's accommodation. Very well equipped, this accommodation (individual house or apartment) offers you the possibility of self-cooking and sharing joyful moments. Generally, in Bosnia comes with a huge garden and barbecue area. You will feel at home! The rental is generally for one week or the weekend. It is noticed on the accommodation description of the daily rental is possible and the prices are detailed.
• Pick up-drop off service
• Minimum Age for Drivers is 18 Years
• All our vehicles are functional, insured, well maintained and reliable
• Tailor made quotes for legal entities

Our diverse portfolio includes the widest range of vehicles from the cozy city cars up to the high prestige business models with value added services on request, tailor made to live up to the Customers’ huge variety of expectations.
Our renting advisors are trained to respect the Customers’ vital needs like value for money and cost saving solutions, nonetheless reliance and safe operational excellence.

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