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Get to Neum

Get to Neum

Neum is 60 km away from Dubrovnik, Croatia, 70 km from Mostar, and 30 km from Ploče, Croatia. If you decide to go to Neum by automobile, there are two possible ways – via Hutovo Blato which is the only Bosnian and Herzegovinian way and it is quite narrow, or via main coastal road though Croatia. If you choose latter, two border crossings are necessary – once in Metković and again near Klek. 

The positive thing is that border controls are not that strict because of this, and you will probably pass without stopping. There is no public bus transportation in Neum, but taxi is available for hire. The nearest train station is in Ploče, Croatia (36 kilometers away), with the regular train line Ploče-Mostar-Sarajevo. The nearest airports are in Mostar (70 kilometers away) and Dubrovnik, Croatia (80 kilometers away).


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