Hostel Miturno

Brace Fejica 67, Mostar, 88104, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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how to get from Dubrovnik to Mostar ?

by bjacobs

Hello,

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 !

BJ

Re: how to get from Dubrovnik to Mostar ?

by robine

I think your only realistic option is car hire.

Re: how to get from Dubrovnik to Mostar ?

by TheWanderingCamel

There are no trains from Dubrovnik to Mostar or Medjugorje(or anywhere else for that matter). The most direct way to make the trip is by bus. You will need to go in to Dubrovnik (35 km from the airport) and take a bus from the main bus station. There is one bus a day directly to Medjugorje, leaving at 1715, taking about 3 hours.

If you decide to go this way, I would strongly advise you to go straight to the bus station from the airport and buy your ticket before doing anything else.

Alternatively, there are buses to Mostar leaving at 0800, 1515 and 1715 each day - journey time about 6 hours - and then several buses during the day from Mostar to Medjugorje

Check here

http://www.medjugorje-properties.com/Eng/TravServ.htm

If you really want to catch a train, you will have to first take a bus from Dubrovnik to Ploce at 1300 to arrive in time to catch the 1700 train to Mostar (arrives Mostar at 1840). This would make spending a night in Dubrovnik a necessity.

Finally, you could catch a bus to Metkovic (several a day - http://www.libertasdubrovnik.hr/voznired.swf) and then take a local bus to Medjugorje - can't help you with those time, sorry.

Re: how to get from Dubrovnik to Mostar ?

by craic

I caught a bus from Dubrovnik to Sarajevo that stopped in Mostar.
It left at 8am and the next one was about 11am.

Re: how to get from Dubrovnik to Mostar ?

by pure1942

Hi ya,
As already mentioned there are no trains operatoing to and from Dubrovnik so a bus is really your only option if you don't want to hire a car.

Did the journey between Dubrovnik and Mostar very recently and it took around 3 hours. Very easy to get a bus from Dubrovnik to Mostar but you will have to get to the bus station from the Airport first which is about half an hour from the city itself. You can get a bus from directly outside the arrivals hall (Atlas Bus Company for 35 Kuna) The Bus Station in Dubrovnik is located a long way from the Old Town but stay on the bus and it will drop you there.

There are at least three, regular daily buses from the main bus station in Dubrovnik to Mostar at the following times.
8.00
15.15
17.15
These buses continue on to Sarajevo
From what I gather there is also an additional bus on Sundays at 13.00

From what I remember a return ticket costs around €18 with a one way costing around €10

The buses are very comfortable, usually operated by Eurolines/Autotrans. After the 'main' border crossing into BiH there is a short break at a roadside cafe.

BTW - Very easy to get a bus from Mostar to Medjugorje but I think the Dubrovnik - Mostar bus stops in a town which is even closer to Medjugorje than Mostar. (Don't have any more details on this but someone else might be able to help you here if you post this question on the Medjugorje forum.

All the best and safe travels.
Brian

Travel Tips for Mostar

Stari Most

by Iksi

The bridge spans the Neretva river in the old town of Mostar, the city to which it gave the name. The city is the fourth-largest in the country, it is the center of the Herzegovina-Neretva Canton of the Federation, and the unofficial capital of Herzegovina.

Mostar Tip

by Chamsa

Walking on the old Stari Most Bridge before it was destroyed in the war in the evening and getting a private tour in one of the many mosques by the friendly housekeeper. By that time it seemed very mutlicultural to me.

Neretva River

by HORSCHECK

More than 90 % of the 225 km long Neretva River flows through Bosnia and Herzegovina before it reaches Croatia. The source is situated in the Dinaric Alps.

The river flows through a gorge in the old town of Mostar.

Several bridges, including the famous Old Bridge (Stari Most) link the river banks in the city centre.

Some touches of modernity

by acemj

Not all of Mostar is Ottoman inspired and old in appearance. I also noticed some rather bland looking, more modern buildings. However, one thing that nearly all of the buildings in the Muslim Quarter have in common is a damaged and war scarred exterior. Here you can see an office building that still shows evidence of a barrage of bullets that was unloaded on its front side during the war.

Ice Cream

by easterntrekker

There is no way we can pass up an ice cream here. It is a popular item and available everywhere…Its displayed so enticingly…many varieties ( many are a mystery as we only speak English) all swirled in a castle like mound.

Our favorite spot to buy it was across the street from Sadrvon restaurant. Here you can sit in the shade on an old stone wall and enjoy!!

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