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Mostar Airport is 7km south of town off the Čapljina road. The only year-round flights are to Zagreb on Croatia Airlines, with additional airlines running seasonal services.


  • Mostar has two bus stations, only 1.5km apart – one for each half of its ethnic divide. They even stress one of the few dialectal differences between Bosnian and Croatian by using different words for 'station': stanica on the east and kolodvor on the west. The main one is the eastern bus station, located right beside the train station; it's more convenient for travellers than the western bus station.
  • Domestic destinations include Međugorje (4KM, 50 minutes, eight daily), Trebinje (21KM, 3½ hours, four daily), Sarajevo (20KM, 2½ hours, 10 daily), Jajce (26KM, 4¼ hours, three daily) and Banja Luka (28KM, 5¼ hours, daily). There are also direct coaches to Croatia, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovenia, Austria, Switzerland and Germany.
  • Most services stop at both stations, although Međugorje and some of the Croatian services favour the western. Međugorje and Blagaj services also pick up near Španski trg.


Hyundai Rent-A-Car Relatively good-value car hire, based at the eastern bus station. Some deals allow drop-offs in Sarajevo without extra cost.


Trains from Mostar's railway station, adjacent to the eastern bus station, depart every morning and evening for Konjic (11KM, 50 minutes) and Sarajevo (18KM, two hours).