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Podgorica to Sarajevo bus -question about the route

by glenn57

Does the bus from Podgorica to Sarajevo pass through Serbia ? Or does it just cross the border directly from Montenegro into Bosnia ?

Also, is there a bus that does this route during the day, or is it at night only ?

Re: Podgorica to Sarajevo bus -question about the route

by MacedonianUK

There is an bus from Podgorica to Nikshic and there you get on the next one to Focha and than onwards to Sarajevo.
You will need to change buses twice once in Nikshic and once in Focha,but beleve me the stretch from Nikshic to Focha is one of the most beautiful and breath taking also saves you quite a few km and hours sitting on the bus or train...
Btw the bus is daily and its goes from Nikshic 4 times a day..

Re: Podgorica to Sarajevo bus -question about the route

by glenn57

Thanks for the information. And what is the total time for this trip, when changing buses twice ?

Re: Podgorica to Sarajevo bus -question about the route

by MacedonianUK

Well, you will have to aline everything, but will take you good 8hrs at least.
Podgorica-Nikshch is 42km, if you leave with the first bus at 6am you are in Nikshich at 7am,
Bus for Focha leaves around 8.30,
The time tables I have for Focha-Sarajevo is from 2004 and is out of date, but you should find info if you google it.
I should imagine that it will take you all day if timetables are changed 9Bosnian part) but it will be the dame is you go via Serbia, actually longer....

Travel Tips for Podgorica

The city of Podgorica is not a...

by Martin_S.

The city of Podgorica is not a tourist town and therefore has little to offer the tourist today, but if you are there, try and meet the people. Being with our friends who live there and their families. The picture attached here has a story behind it. We were visiting Maja's studio an artist friend when a friend of hers came to visit. She discovered that we (Israelis) were there and called her father who is a journalist with the main newspaper in Podgorica. He interviewed and photographed us for an article in the paper as the first to visit there. Now that does not happen every day.

Day trip to Cetinje


Cetinje was founded in the 15th century and it was the royal capital of independent Montenegro from 1878 until 1918.

It offers a rich cultural and historical heritage, especially from the 18th and 19th century.

The main sight is probably Cetinje Monastery, which was founded in 1701 and destroyed several times by the Turks.

Other sights include the Vlaska church, the Church of the Virgin Mary's birth at Cipur, the Blue Castle (Plavi Dvorac) and several former embassy buildings.

Cetinje is located about 30 km west of Podgorica, just at the foot of the Lovcen mountain. It can be reached by a frequent bus connection within 45 minutes. A taxi costs between 25 and 30 Euro.


Capitol of Montenegro

by atrosanguinea

The arms were adopted in the 1970s. The composition represents the Monument of a Partizan Fighter and the Queen Milena's bridge over the river Ribnica


From 1466 to 1878 it was part of the Ottoman Empire, and later of Montenegro. In 1918 it was the site of the Grand National Serb Assembly which voted for the inclusion of Montenegro in Serbia in November of that year. Later, along with Serbia, Podgorica and Montenegro joined the new state of Yugoslavia.
The town was occupied by Italian fascist forces in 1941 and by the Nazis in 1943. The Allied bombings of the town in 1944 ravaged the city and killed many of its residents. The Communists then rebuilt the town and changed its name to Titograd (after leader Josip Broz's nickname Tito) in 1945 and transferred the capital of Montenegro from Cetinje to Podgorica in 1946.
The name "Podgorica" literally means "under the Gorica" in Serbian; Gorica (meaning "little mount") is the name of the hill that overlooks the town. In the Middle ages, the town was known as Ribnica, and between 1945 and 1992 it was called Titograd. Podgorica has several theatres, libraries and a university

Martin_S.'s Podgorica Page

by Martin_S.

When we visited Podgorica we had the immense enjoyment of being greeted by our friends Miki and Branka, they made our visit all the more enjoyable by accepting us into their homes, famlies and hearts.


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