Best driving route dubrovnik to mostar
I found that ali baba cave bar but it seemed to be closed... Any idea why?!
Does anyone know how to go to Kravice Waterfall from Mostar? Is there any public transport like bus or train going there? Thanks!
I'm wanting to go from Skopje Macedonia to Mostar - what is the best way?
My wife and I are renting a car in Split and driving to Mostar for a couple nights than heading to Dubrovnik. I've got the Dubrovnik route down thanks to some great info in the Rick Steves Croatia and Slovenia guidebook. However, I don't know about the options from Split to Mostar. I'd prefer to take a scenic option as long as it isn't considerably longer than the fastest route. Do you guys have any suggestions? Anything to see between the two cities? I know there was some mention of the Split-Mostar route in the thread below this, but I didn't want to hijack it.
Thanks in advance!
Hi, my boyfriend and I are driving from Dubrovnik to Split next month, spending a few nights in Oberic on our way. We would like to spend a night in Mostar if possible. How easy is it to drive from Oberic to Mostar? And which route would you recommend? Dubrovnik - Mostar - Oberic Split or Dubrovnik - Oberic - Mostar - Split? thanks!
Can anyone tell me the name of the area outside the concert hall in Mostar where families and young people used to meet to talk and eat refreshments before the war?
Thank you for any information regarding this.
This site: http://www.zfbh.ba/zfbhenx/index.php shows the 390 train from Ploce to Mostar leaving at 17:06 and arriving in Mostar at 18:36. Can anyone confirm this? and are there other trains at other times?
We plan to travel on Monday 24th June.
Looking at other travel around Croatia, Bosnia and Montenegro it's hard to find in-date information so any help with this would great.
Does anyone know how much it would cost to get the bus from Makarska to Mostar and the other way round? Thanks
What is the fare from Mostar to Sarajevo?
I know its best to use local currency, however we are just going on a short day trip from dubrovnik and are wondering if its common to use croatian currency in mostar? we are from the us, so we won't have euros with us. I know that any change we get might be in bosnian currency.
I would like to know a way to arrive in Mostar going of Lisbon, the better and cheaper way. Thank you.
Just wondering, it seems as if Mostar is rather small, at night are there restaurants open? Also is there an area people stroll around a bit at night?
I am planning to bus it from Colgne to Mostar with 2 night stop in Mostar and then Head to Sarajevo for a night.
I hope I am giving myself enough time. I would like to see a lot of country side and hedden beauties lol
Any advice appreciated!
Hi.How can I visit Kravica falls from Mostar, how far is it and how much should this trip cost.. I'm travelling solo
Thanks in advance :)
Hi! Does anyone know if there is one bus, train, etc. connecting Mostar to Split?? Thanks a lot! Pedro.
I am trying to find a route from Sarajevo International Airport to Mostar on June 25th after 15.30 and a return to Sarajevo Int airport on the 6th Aug that arrives before 12.00, can anyone help me please? I am more than willing to take a bus or a train!
I will be in Bosnia within a month, and I am planning to take the bus from Mostar to Dubrovnik. Is the bus stop in an easy-to-find place? How long does it take to get to Dubrovnik? What time is the last bus on Saturdays?
Thanks a lot for your answers!
What is the fastest and most economical way to get from Mostar to Ljubljana, Slovenia? Are there any direct buses?
How much was the ride from Mostar to Dubrovnik? Also, any interesting places or things to do in Mostar?
I will be going to Mostar from Sarajevo and continuing on to Dubrovnik. If I take the early train from Sarajevo to Mostar, which passes an unbelievably beautiful route as I have been told, and thus arrive rather early, then spend the day and take the bus to Dubrovnik in the evening, do you think that would be a sufficient amount of time to see Mostar? Supposedly the buses Mostar-Dubrovnik only run on Mondays & Wednesdays, and I would be coming there on a Monday, so basically I would have to do as stated above or find an alternative way to get to Dubrovnik the next day.
Thanks a lot for the help, Phil
I am planning a trip Belgrade southwards to Greece. So far I am thinking of traveling to Sarajevo and then to Mostar. My plan is to then go south to Montenegro. What city/town there would be the best option in your opinion? I am indecided between Podgorica, Kotor and Budva. Criterions would obviously be the city itself but also the availability of transport starting from mostar and the connection possibilities going south towards Macedonia/Albania.
Any thoughts? Thanks for the help. Phil
I have read on some travel guides that the buses from Mostar to Croatia (Zagreb in my case) don't leave from the main bus station (next to the Train station)but from some other location on the "Croatian" side of town.
Has anyone taken this bus to Zagreb (the one that departs at 7:00 and travels via Livno, Kupres an Bosanska Gradiska) and can confirm me that?
If true, a google earth location link to spot the place would earn you my most absolute admiration!!
I need to know the following. How frequently are the buses in July from Makarska to Mostar, Times of departure , times of return , and how much return per adult. Thank you
I'm driving from Dubrovnik to Mostar in late October.
I had planned to drive up the coast via Neum amd then take the E73 inland.
However, viaMichelin recommends going via Trebinje and Gacko. Looks longer to me, plus the road from Gacko to Mostar is lower grade than the others.
I know the Neum route will involve 3 border crossings as opposed to 1 on the Gacko road, so maybe that's the explanation.
Any thoughts or experiences out there?
I would like to visit Mostar. I will be in Zagreb and
have 3 days ,two nights that I would like to use to see
Mostar. Is the distance too great for that amount of time??
I have to go back to Zagreb for a flight out on day 3.
If this is not workable any ideas on another location
that is nearer to Zagrab??
I would like to know what is the best way to have a day trip in Mostar.
1) From Split, take the bus to Mostar and return to Split. or
2) From Split, take the bus to Mostar and go directly to Dubrovnik.
My routing will be in Split, Mostar and Dubrovnik but I am not sure whether I can connect the bus to Dubrovnik after a day trip in Mostar.
I want to go to the area of Mostar (precisely : Medjugorje) on july 31st.
Plane landing in Dubrovnik at 12:20.
Can you tell me how I get from Dubrovnik to Mostar by train ?
How much time does it take ? Do I have to change train somewhere ?
Are there other means than trains ?
Thank you for your help !
I would like to travel from Mostar to Korcula in 06/2009... I have read that there is a bus that goes that route... but I can't find anything online about it. Does anyone have any info?
Ja bih htela da putujem od Mostara, BIH do Korcule, HR autobusom. Ne mogu da nadjem neku informaciju na internetu. Jel' iko zna da li ima autobus koji ide od Mostara do Korcule i kad, itd?
Thanks in advance... Hvala unapred.
Arriving at Mostar Bus Station. September at approx 3 a.m - looking for accommodation close to bus station and for someone to pick us up from bus station and take us to our accommodation. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance to all who reply.