This is a list of cities and towns with over 10,000 inhabitants (or lower if the municipality has over 20,000 inhabitants) in Bosnia and Herzegovina . For the full list of populated places, see List of populated places in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Apart from entities, cantons and municipalities, Bosnia and Herzegovina also has officially designated cities. Official cities have their own mayor and city council, which is a big difference to the municipalities of Bosnia and Herzegovina, which have a municipal council and mayor. Powers of city councils of official cities are between the government of municipalities and government cantons in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina or a government entity in the Republika Srpska. There are twenty five official cities in Bosnia and Herzegovina (as of 2021):
The list includes only the 56 cities / towns and municipalities whose administrative area has a population greater than 20,000. Istočno Sarajevo, with a population of 61,516 in its administrative area, is not included, since it is a city only in administrative sense and doesn't have a city proper.
"¤" indicates an official city.
|City / town||Entity/Canton||Administrative||City / town proper|
|Rank||2013 pop.||1991 pop.||Rank||2013 pop.|
|Sarajevo ¤||Sarajevo Canton||275,524||361,735||271,194|
|Banja Luka ¤||Republika Srpska||185,042||195,692||138,963|
|Tuzla ¤||Tuzla Canton||110,979||131,618||74,457|
|Zenica ¤||Zenica-Doboj Canton||110,663||145,517||70,553|
|Bijeljina ¤||Republika Srpska||107,715||96,988||45,278|
|Mostar ¤||Herzegovina-Neretva Canton||105,797||126,628||60,195|
|Prijedor ¤||Republika Srpska||89,397||112,543||29,555|
|Doboj ¤||Republika Srpska||71,441||102,549||25,132|
|Cazin ¤||Una-Sana Canton||66,149||63,409||13,863|
|Zvornik ¤||Republika Srpska||58,856||81,295||11,497|
|Živinice ¤||Tuzla Canton||57,765||54,783||16,157|
|Bihać ¤||Una-Sana Canton||56,261||70,732||39,690|
|Travnik||Central Bosnia Canton||53,482||70,747||15,344|
|Gradiška ¤||Republika Srpska||51,727||59,974||14,368|
|Gračanica ¤||Tuzla Canton||45,220||59,134||12,882|
|Sanski Most||Una-Sana Canton||41,475||60,307||16,913|
|Velika Kladuša||Una-Sana Canton||40,419||52,908||4,520|
|Visoko ¤||Zenica-Doboj Canton||39,938||46,160||11,205|
|Srebrenik ¤||Tuzla Canton||39,678||40,896||6,694|
|Gradačac ¤||Tuzla Canton||39,340||56,581||12,764|
|Livno ¤||Canton 10||34,133||40,600||7,927|
|Bugojno||Central Bosnia Canton||31,470||46,889||15,555|
|Trebinje ¤||Republika Srpska||29,918||30,966||23,770|
|Široki Brijeg ¤||West Herzegovina Canton||28,929||27,160||6,149|
|Ljubuški ¤||West Herzegovina Canton||28,184||28,340||4,023|
|Derventa ¤||Republika Srpska||27,404||56,489||11,631|
|Jajce||Central Bosnia Canton||27,258||45,007||7,172|
|Novi Grad||Republika Srpska||27,115||41,665||10,120|
|Čapljina ¤||Herzegovina-Neretva Canton||26,157||27,882||5,774|
|Vitez||Central Bosnia Canton||25,836||27,859||6,329|
|Bosanska Krupa||Una-Sana Canton||25,545||58,320||10,196|
|Novi Travnik||Central Bosnia Canton||23,832||30,713||9,008|
|Kozarska Dubica||Republika Srpska||21,524||31,606||10,544|
|Gornji Vakuf-Uskoplje||Central Bosnia Canton||20,933||25,181||4,831|
|Goražde ¤||Bosnian-Podrinje Canton Goražde||20,897||37,573||11,806|
|Kiseljak||Central Bosnia Canton||20,722||24,164||3,554|
|Posušje||West Herzegovina Canton||20,477||17,134||6,267|
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