Ramadan Time | Vrijeme Ramazana | Bosnia & Herzegovina

Ramadan is a significant religious observance for Muslims around the world, and it holds a special place in Bosnia and Herzegovina’s cultural and religious calendar. During Ramadan, Muslims observe fasting from dawn to sunset, engaging in prayer, reflection, and acts of charity.

In Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ramadan creates a unique atmosphere throughout the country.


Mosques are beautifully illuminated, and the aroma of traditional dishes fills the air after sunset.


It is a time when families and communities come together to break their fasts with Iftar meals.

Visiting Bosnia and Herzegovina during Ramadan allows travelers to experience the rich cultural and religious traditions of the country. It offers a glimpse into the strong sense of community and devotion that characterizes this period.

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Please note that during Ramadan, it’s important to respect the customs and traditions of the Muslim population. It is advisable to dress modestly and be mindful of local customs, particularly when visiting religious sites or participating in communal events.

The firing of the cannon marks sunset and the end of the fast for the day

Whether you are observing Ramadan or simply interested in experiencing the unique atmosphere, Bosnia and Herzegovina during this time provides a memorable and enriching cultural experience.


During the holy month of Ramadan, traditional Bosnian food like Topa and somun (a type of bread) takes on special significance as it is commonly enjoyed for iftar (the breaking of the fast) and sahur (the pre-dawn meal), adding to the cultural and culinary experience of this religious period.

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