Hello everybody, On our coming Croatia trip we would like to take a side trip to Bihac, maybe even for a couple of days. So are there any buses serving a route from Croatia (e.g. from Zadar) to Bihac. Any info is much appricated. Thanks a lot for your help. HORSCHECK
Hey, very good information but does the Mosque call the people for prayer???
im 17 and i was wandering how much money would it be for BOTTOM LINE hotel, and all i would eat would be cevapi becus they have that in my town, i live in Tennessee and just a good estimate on how much money it would be, alot of my friends are from bosnia and i just wanted to visit bihac, well write me firstname.lastname@example.org or IM me emerica uff da and talk to me let me know thanks alot. or hvala.
I am considering making a trip to Bihac for a night and had a few questions. Can anyone recommend accommodations in town, and approximately how expensive they would be? Any great restaurants, cafes, or bars? Also, will people accept Croatian money there? If not, where could I find an ATM or places to change a little money for a fair rate (I will likely be there on a Saturday/Sunday though) Thanks
what are the people look like are they like you and me or do they dress different. In bihac is there much money.. is it like a city or a very small pooh looking town i was just wondering cause my fiance is there right know peacekeeping
I will travelling from Plitvice Croatia to the coast and thought it would be fun to go to Bihac for a day. Does anyone know of a decent place to stay? Are there any issues with border crossings or the roads there? Thanks MItch