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Transportation from Zagreb to Mostar

by palates2

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??

Thanks

Re: Transportation from Zagreb to Mostar

by ezerski

Dear friend,

It is fun to visit Mostar, but could be inconvenient if you lose the flight because of waiting on the border between Croatia and Bosnia.
Instead of that there is a nice location nearby Zagreb, Plitvice Lakes. It is really amazing and you should do that on the second day before the flight. First day i recommend Postojna cave in Slovenia if u are from a country in EU or having EU visa for Slovenia. Postojna is not more than 150 km from Zagreb and there are good bus relations to there via Ljubljana. Be sure to rent a coat on the entrance, before entering the cave.
Best regards
Ezerski

Re: Transportation from Zagreb to Mostar

by KristaB

I agree with Ezerski that Mostar is too far from Zagreb for such a short trip by road. You could fly to Sarajevo and take a bus to Mostar. Croatia Airlines return flight costs arround 170Eur, they fly twice/day, you can book online and get an e-ticket - very simple and convenient.

Travel Tips for Mostar

Mostar by night

by HORSCHECK

Mostar can be very busy with tourists during the day, as it is a popular daytrip destination from the Croatian coast.

At night it gets much quieter and the old city with its beautifully illuminated buildings is well worth a stroll.

So don't miss to have a look at the Old Bridge (Stari Most), the Crooked Bridge (Kriva Cuprija), the Clock Tower (Sahat Kula) and the several Mosques at night.

City of poets

by Prasnjavi

The most popular poet from Mostar is Aleksa Santic (1868-1924). His poems are obligatory reading matter in our schools. Other well known poets who had inspiration in Mostar were Hamza Humo, Pero Zubac... Colour of Neretva River, Old Bridge and Old City are really inspire things for everybody, not just a pots, than painter and other artists. Even I was very romantic there which is in opposite of Nina's opinion about me as "less romantic man in the world".

Croatian Mostar

by call_me_rhia

There are harldy any attractions in this part of town, although it's geographically much larger than its Muslim counterpart. Buildings are generally of recent construction, tall grey block of flats straight out of the communist era... the signs of the war have not been cancelled yet.. no real effort seems to have been made in this direction: holes cause by fire remains everywhere as a memory of the not-so-distant past. None at all - except a feeling of sadness. Every step I took I felt as if someone was taking my breath away... the air is very charged with hatred. I was longing to leave it.

Mixed Marriages

by travelife

The tragedy of Mostar civil war is that, Mostar probably had the highest concentration of mixed marriages, around 40% of the pre-war families were interreligiously married, Orthodox, Catholic or Muslim. In the beginning Serbs fled the area later both Croat and Muslim mixed families fled this town as they were unable to join either side. Most of them fled to western Europe and North America and some relocated inside Bosnia.

Local beer: Sarajevsko Pivo

by HORSCHECK

One of the most popular beer brands in Bosnia and Herzegovina seems to be Sarajevsko Pivo. The brewery Sarajevska Pivara is of course located in Sarajevo, where it was established in 1864.

During our 1 week in Bosnia and Herzegovina I have tried both the light Sarajevsko Pivo and the light skimmed Sarajevsko Premium Pivo. Both beers tasted quite good, but I wouldn't say that they were fabulous.

Website:
http://www.sarajevska-pivara.ba/

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