Getting to Mostar
There are two bus stations in Mostar, one on the east side and one on the west side.
Daily bus connections from Mostar operate to all major towns in Bosnia and Herzegovina (Sarajevo, Međugorje, Konjic) and in Croatia (Zagreb, Split, Dubrovnik). Also, it provides bus connections to major destinations of Western Europe.
The Bus Station East is fully renovated with added facilities such as bars and shops available to passengers. Also, there is a left luggage facility where you can store your luggage for a fee of 2 KM per piece.
Bus tickets can be purchased at the station or directly from the bus driver.
You can purchase your ticket via Busticket4.me for most popular departures in:
Bosnia and Herzegowina
(one way ticket 2.55€ – return ticket 3.78€)
(one way ticket from 8.50€ to 8.70€ – return ticket 13.62€)
(one way ticket 36.50€ – return ticket 54.00€)
(one way ticket 34.50€ – return ticket 51.00€)
(one way ticket from 15.50€ to 16.50€)
(one way ticket 17.50€)
(one way ticket from 20.50€ to 26.50€ – return ticket from 31.90€ to 41. 50€)
(one way ticket 16.50€ – return ticket 24.00€)
(one way ticket 29.00€ – return ticket 45.80€)
(one way ticket 51.50€– return ticket 81.50€)
- Please note that you can use promotional discounts or discounts for defined travel groups., depending on the carrier’s tariff policy. Commonly used categories are children, students and seniors. If you are eligible you will get a discount. Additionally, once entering the bus you have to bring some kind of proof that you have the right for discount. Type of document needed for the discounts is conditioned by the carrier – we highly recommend you to find more detailed information on our page about the carriers.
Address: Trg Ivana Krndelja bb, Mostar
Phone: +387 36552025
Bus station West
Address: Vukovarska bb, Mostar
Phone: +387 36348-680
The train station is located right next to the bus station East, and away from the the town center, only a 5 minute walking distance.
You can find all railway connections on the following website: http://www.zfbh.ba/zfbhenx/index.php
Mostar Airport is a small airport with permanent flights to and from Zagreb (Croatia) and Istanbul (Turkey). There are numerous charter flights carrying pilgrims to Medjugorje. Town centre is located at a distance of 3-4 km. To get there you can take a bus or a taxi.
All information can be found at the following link: www.mostar-airport.ba
Also, you can purchase an airline ticket to Sarajevo, Split, Dubrovnik or Zagreb and then get to their bus or railway stations and sit on a train or a bus to Mostar.