To Bihac by bus
We came to Bihac by bus from Slunj in Croatia. Our bus left Slunj at 07:35 h and arrived in Bihac at around 09:10 h. In September 2012 the price was 50 Croatian Kuna.
We left Bihac by bus to Zagreb in Croatia. This route is served about 5 times per day and the trip takes about 3,5 hours. Our bus left Bihac at 10:20 h and the ticket cost 21,00 BAM and an extra of 2,00 BAM for the luggage.
From Bihac we also took a side trip by bus to Bosanska Krupa (5,50 BAM, 30 minutes). There are a few daily buses serving this route.
Other domestic departures go to Sarajevo, Mostar, Banja Luka and Tuzla. Besides Zagreb, international departures include Ljubljana (SLO), Bregenz (A) and several cities in Germany.
All bus tickets can be bought at the counter of Bihac's bus station (Autobusni kolodvor). It is equipped with a waiting room, a small kiosk and toilets on the backside of the building (0,50 BAM).
The bus station is located at the street Put 5. Korpusa bb; a 15 minutes walk east of the city centre.
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Explore Bihac on foot
With just around 60.000 inhabitants Bihac is the 6th biggest city in Bosnia and Herzegovina, but it is still small enough to be best explored on foot.
Especially the worth seeing sights like the Fethija Mosque, the Captain's Tower, the St. Anthony's Church and the Ottoman turbe are situated in the very heart of the city centre, where some of the streets are pedestrianised anyway.
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The main buses station is near the uneversity library, close to the city center.
You'll have all the info you need there.
The best way is getting by car...
The best way is getting by car from direction of Plitvice lakes.
This is remaining from the Otoman's period, right in the centre of the town and close to Kula tower.