Hotel Kriva Cuprija II

Marsala Tita 186, Onescukova 23, Mostar, 88000, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Forum Posts

From Mostar to Korcula/Od Mostara do Korcule

by vojvotkinja

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.

Re: From Mostar to Korcula/Od Mostara do Korcule

by bobbymg

Dobar ti dan Andrea
toliko ja znam nazolosti nema autobus directno
nego trebas autobus do Dubrovnika i onda od tamo bus do Korcula.
ili mozes do Ploce i onda sigurno ce biti autobus do Korcula.
imaj lep fin i uogdan izlet
svako dobro
cao
( - _ - )

Re: From Mostar to Korcula/Od Mostara do Korcule

by bobbymg

cao Andrea mene opet
imas Globtour bus iz Mostara to Dubrovnika 3 puta denveno
imas u 06:50,10:15 ,12:30 karta kosta 95 HRK jedan pravac ili 180 povratnka
imaj ugodan trip
cao

Re: From Mostar to Korcula/Od Mostara do Korcule

by vojvotkinja

Hvala ti puno puno puno!! :)
Cula sam da ima autobus, ali mislim da si ti u pravu.. nema! :)
Srdacan pozdrav iz Kanade!!
A.

Re: From Mostar to Korcula/Od Mostara do Korcule

by vojvotkinja

Videla sam da Globtours/trans (zaboravila sam) ide od Mostara do Dubrovnika. Najverovatno cemo Globtrans-om do Dubrovnika.

Hvala lepo jos jednom. :)

Re: From Mostar to Korcula/Od Mostara do Korcule

by bobbymg

hej hej Andrea
i lep pozdrav za tebe iz vrcua Australia.
ja sam zivio i radio u Mostar sa UN za 5 godina.
uzivaj uz dobra hrana i vina
srecan put
( - _ - )

Re: From Mostar to Korcula/Od Mostara do Korcule

by KristaB

It seems like it's easier to go to Split because there are several connections with Korcula - ferry and "katamaran".

You can check for connections here:
http://www.autobusni-kolodvor.com/vozni_red.aspx
Description and company link shows which leg of the journey is by bus or by boat.
and you can check for ferry lines with Jadrolinija
+ katamaran http://www.krilo.hr/raspored.htm

Sretno!

Re: From Mostar to Korcula/Od Mostara do Korcule

by diocletianvs

If you'll travel after June 24th there is a seasonal direct bus line from Sarajevo to Vela Luka (stopping in both Mostar and Korcula). It does not run every day - check timetables at http://www.centrolines.ba/loc/ruter.wbsp

Other than this, it is connection via either Dubrovnik or Split, as previously said.

Travel Tips for Mostar

A Turkish fairytale town

by TheWanderingCamel

Pocitelje, just 25km down ther river from Mostar, is enchanting. Its location is gorgeous and with its hilltop fort, pointed-roof clock tower, old stone walls, domes and minaret it looks the perfect setting for some Turkish fairytale

During 400 years of Ottoman rule, Pocitelje was an important administrative and strategic military centre and many fine buildings were erected. When the region came under Austro-Hungarian rule it lost its importance, its population fell steeply and it became a sleepy backwater, an event that actually preserved its wonderful mediaeval character. With the return of peace to BiH, the town's unique historical integrity was considered both important and endangered - so much so that, in 1996, it was placed on the World Monument Watchlist of the 100 most endangered cultural heritage sites. Now declared a protected historical site, restoration work over the last decade has seen the medressa, the hammam and one of the grander houses of the town restored and rehabilitated to community use. There are plans now to restore all the ruined houses further up the hill.

The town rises in terraces up from the road - first the bazaar, hammam and inn, then up to the medressa and the public soup kitchen. The mosque with its ancient cypress tree is on the next level and then the private houses climb up the hill to the fortress at the top. It all sits beautifully in the landscape, the twin towers of the clock tower and the minaret providing the accents that draw the eye upwards. As you pass through the town gate and start to climb the perspectives and views change constantly as you look up to the buildings rising above you and down on the wonderful rooftops. It's a photographer's delight. No wonder artists love it!

Muslim Mostar

by call_me_rhia

Muslim Mostar is what you see at first when you come into town from Croatia: blocks and blocks of badly damaged ordestroyed buildings. Just south of the main road you can find the old Turikish quarter, which is still more or less intact with its charming old houses It's a man I met - Suleyman. A man who lost the use of an arm while fighting Croatians, and at the same time a man who has found his soul. He has now seen how utterly useless war is, and is working towards peace and integration of the two communities.

Nationalism

by travelife

Sign of nationalism is visible in many different ways. The flag is hung from a window which is really a old Bosnian flag during which Bosnia was fighting against Serb forces under a Muslim President. Muslims take pride from that old flag.

Shades of the past

by acemj

I can see why Mostar was a major tourist destination for many Eastern Europeans before the war. The area around the Old Bridge is really gorgeous, particularly Kujundziluk and the area near the Aslant Bridge where I snapped this photo. This is actually a restaurant located in an old stone building situated just above a cascading man-made waterfall. It's really picturesque.

Dive from the Bridge

by tpk2

If you’re lucky, you might see some of the local youngsters jumping from the Old Bridge into Neretva River. These daredevils dive into the water from a height of 24 meters. Why not try it yourself? ;)

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