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Get to Mostar

Mostar is located in the southern Bosnia and Herzegovina, or more specifically in the center of Herzegovina. The highway M17, which is the most important road that connects Ploče and Metković with Mostar and Sarajevo, goes through Mostar. 

When it comes to traveling by train, there is railway line Ploče-Mostar-Sarajevo, which is one of the most important railways in Bosnia and Herzegovina. There are two bus stations and the train station in the center of Mostar, while Mostar Airport is located in southern suburb of Mostar called Ortiješ. When it comes to public bus transportation in Mostar, there is company Mostar Bus that runs under the city administration. Mostar Bus is recognizable by its yellow buses, which were donations from Japan. International road transportation is run by the companies Globtour from Medjugorje, Autoherc from Grude, Centrotrans from Sarajevo and Miškić Bus from Široki Brijeg.

The nearest airports are in Split, Croatia (160 kilometers away), Dubrovnik, Croatia (150 kilometers away) and Sarajevo (140 kilometers away). 


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