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We took a bus from Slunj to Bihac in Bosnia-Hercegovina for 50 Kuna. It was run by Autopromet, Slunj, phone: 047 777 276, and it left Slunj at 7.35 am. It also stops at Plitvice Jezero (the bus stop near the Hotel Bellevue) but you need to be there and flag it down. This only works for this Croatian bus once a day.
The bus time table in September 2012 from Slunj was as follows:
7.35 am (without Sunday and public holidays)
13.15, 16.20 (on working days)
12.45, 15.45 (Sundays and public holidays)
To Karlovac and Zagreb:
9.00, 15.15 and 18.00
Best check at the office which is supposed to be open as follows:
Monday-Friday 6 - 16
Saturday 7 - 9 and 15 -18
Sunday 15 - 18
Written Jan 2, 2013
In the center of Slunj right by the bus station and the park you will find a well stocked supermarket "Plus" and a bakery. We went to buy things there to eat in our room since we travelled that day by bus from Nin via Zadar to Slunj and rather used the last daylight hours for sightseeing in Slunj.
In the vicinity of the supermarket you will find 2 fruit and vegetables shops as well as an ice cream parlour (more like a stall) and a few cafes. A short walk along the main street brings you to the Bistro Centar, where you can have a meal. If we would have had more time and would have been hungry then we would have eaten there.
Another option to eat in a restaurant is in the part of town called Rastoke.
(PS: I have taken those pictures from the bus window when our bus from Bihac passed Slunj on the way to Zagreb because I had forgotten to take them when we were staying overnight.)
Updated Jan 3, 2013
On the main square in the center of town you will find the town's administrative buildings, the post office and the police. The main square is like a park where the locals will take a stroll in the evening or on weekends.
There is also a monument which probably dates back to 1995 when the war was finished.
Written Jan 2, 2013