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I am visiting Mostar in November and plan to take the bus to Dubrovnik afterwards. I am wondering if there is any connection leaving Mostar in late afternoon around 16h-17h?
On internet I only find some morning connections..
By bus..is better Split to sarajevo,then to mostar and then to dubrovnik?
is there night bus from split?
I am planing a ski trip/new years to Jahorina from the 27th December until the 4th of January.
Have read and heard great things about this place.
I live in London so at the moment looking for suggestions in terms of travel to Sarajevo.
What's the best option? Flying directly to Sarajevo is very expensive. had a look on Austrian for £450 retrun
Can I fly to Zagreb of Belgrade on a low cost airline and from there take a bus?
Also what are the costs of renting equipment/acomodation?
Is it busy at this time of year?
Any suggestions are welcome.
and also: does anyone know if i have to buy tickets for the last bus to belgrad (leaving 22h arrival in belgrad 4.30h) on a wednesday in advance?
It’s been over 2m since our trip to BiH but perhaps our experience will still be useful to would-be travellers. We had a very pleasant experience and will gladly return. Spent 1w in the country in mid-August, enough of sights to keep you busy for couple of weeks, very nice scenery, people very friendly and helpful, food was very good. With the exception of Mostar and some near-by places country is certainly not overrun by tourists. While Mostar and SA are a must there are also many other interesting smaller places. Transport: cannot say much about public transport since we rented a car (Hyundai from SA airport, returning it in Mostar; price was eye-watering high compared to neighbouring countries but the car was well-maintained), driving was easy (but a lot of police controls), not much traffic outside SA-Mostar-Croatia road; petrol is cheap for European standards (2,30-2,40bam). Mon... more »
We're planning to drive from Zagreb to Sarajevo. Probably going to do it in 2 days, spending the night in either Jajce or Travnik. Does anyone have any recommendations on things to see or maybe places to stay along that route?
Hi knowledgeable travellers,
Any one out there know the best local sim, or a mobile data service, to use for a week in Bosnia?
I'm all for staying off line as much as possible, but need to have semi-regular web access for work
Any experience with BH Telecom?
I'm planning a trip in Bosnia & Herz and need to travel from Sarajevo to Mostar, then Mostar to Banja Luka and then Banja Luka back to Sarajevo. Can anyone recommend any good websites for train timetables, bus timetables or any public transport information? Any info would be really appreciated.
I am going to travel budva/kotor/herceg novi and mostar. As i look the buses routes, they enter into croatia border a bit. The reason Croatia wants Schengen visa from non-european citizens .
I need your help and ideas about the way going to mostar from kotor/budva/herceg novi without get in Croatia.
Does anyone know of a sports bar in Sarajevo playing the first Bledisloe cup match 17 August 2013?
Dear team Thorn Tree,
Now set with the mission of getting from Venice to Sarajevo next Tuesday, anybody know the best way of doing this without a car? Are you better of travelling elsewhere first or is it possible direct?
Have now bitten the bullet and hired a car to drive from Sarajevo through to Zagreb. Can't seem to find much about safety though. Are there any drive safety tips that you can give us - we are a couple in our twilight years, but absolutely not idiots.
Was really surprised to find that there is little in the way of trains, buses or direct flights from Sarejevo to Hungary and was advised to head to toward Zagreb where we were assured of catching a train to Bydapest easily. Hope this turns out to be the case.
We are heading to Mostar by bus and from there onto Hungary and are looking for somewhere nice in between. Had thought of Banja Luka but now wondering if there is a better alternative along that route. Any ideas? Reasonable accommodation options needed as well.
I'm coming to Bosnia in mid/late August. I have 10 days and I would like to squeeze in some trekking in the Sutjeska national park. When I google there seems to be quite a few operators offering 1-day walking trips out of Sarajevo, which would be a nice option, however I would prefer to do a 2 day trip, such as this one offered by Green Vision Tours:
My question is if similar tours would be easy to arrange out of Sarajevo when I'm physically there? I'm not sure of how good the tourist infrastructure is in Bosnia so I'm not sure if this will be easily arranged or if Green Vision are the only ones arranging similar multi-day walking tours.
I landed in Trebinje by accident. Took the wrong road from Montenegro.... What a surprise! Nice, unspoilt town. Small, charming and with a few stunning churches to visit. The central square is a delight on hot summer evenings. Th town is 30 min from Tivat and 30 minutes from Dubrovnik. It makes hence a very cheap base to explore Dubrovnik...
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