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From: Mostar, BA To: Dubrovnik, HR
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    Mostar - Dubrovnik

    Buses on the Mostar - Dubrovnik line run daily and that way effectively link the two countries, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia, or to be more precise, their two major tourist centers. Average travel time on the line Mostar - Dubrovnik is 4 hours for a distance somewhat less than 140 km.

    The duration of the route depends primarily on stays on the intermittent stations and gas stations.

    Buses operating on the Mostar - Dubrovnik line are equipped with air conditioning, and often with TV receivers and WiFi. Bus stations offer additional facilities, ie enable the purchase of food, water, newspapers, etc.

    List of carriers

    • Croatia Bus d.o.o.

    Bus station Mostar

    There are three bus stations in Mostar. The East Station is less than 1.5 km from the city center, which takes you to the center for about fifteen minutes. The exact address of the station is Trg Ivana Krndelja b.b.

    At that eastern station, you will find toilet, ATM, fast food, cafe, kiosk, parking, taxi stand and luggage storage area.

    The West Station is located at Vukovarska b.b., or just a little less than 3 km away from the city center. Depending on that distance you will have to get there by car, and that ride will take about ten minutes.

    At the Western Bus Station, you have: ATM, petrol pump (less than 200 m away), and in the vicinity are also accommodation capacities (hotels, hostels).

    The bus station, Katadrala, is located about 3 km from the city center, which takes 9 minutes by car.

    Mostar - Dubrovnik Journey

    Driving from Mostar to Dubrovnik is largely dictated by the quality of the road. Croatia, unlike BiH, is well covered by the highway, so driving through Croatia is usually faster.

    But due to the popularity of the line, the ride is comfortable and safe for travelers so that these 3-4 hours of travel are free for you to enjoy with your favorite music or with surfing the web or reading a book.

    Bus Station Dubrovnik

    The Bus Station Dubrovnik is located in Gruž at the address of Obala pape Ivana Pavla II 44 A. The ferry port is next to it and for passengers who are using a combined type of transport, these are the great news.

    In relation to Old Town and the center of Dubrovnik, the bus station is 2 km away. Beside the information counter and ticket office, you will find Information Office of the City of Dubrovnik, wardrobe, kiosk and taxi stand.

    Mostar - Dubrovnik bus operators information

    Buses running on the Mostar - Dubrovnik line are equipped with: air conditioning, TV receivers, and luggage storage area. Also, most of them have WiFi which does not charge extra as well as smartphone charging sockets.

    Why you should travel from Mostar to Dubrovnik by bus?

    On the road from Mostar to Dubrovnik, the best choice is the bus. The reason is that the cost is lower than for other forms of transportation, eg a personal vehicle and a plane will cost you a lot more. Also, as opposed to a personal vehicle, you will be able to enjoy your ride without worry and to take those 3-4 hours on the road to read a few pages of your favorite book or something.

    About Mostar

    Mostar is best known for its Old Bridge. It is precisely the Bridge and the Neretva River which flows under it as the reason for the arrival of tourists from all over the world.

    Multicultural, Mostar along the Old Bridge and the old town center attracts tourists exclusively with their history and culture, but also with the surrounding nature.

    Be sure to taste the traditionally prepared lamb and potatoes!

    About Dubrovnik

    Do not miss these sights while you are in Dubrovnik: the fortress of St. Ivana, Old Port, Rector's Palace, Onorphic Fountain, Church of St. Vlaha and Stradun. Do you think that's all? Just wait, you are in a town that has been on a UNESCO World Heritage List since 1979.

    Once your visit is about to come to an end, visit the Vollo service and find your next destination. View the timetable, compare the carriers, find out the details of the route and equipment of the buses, check the ticket prices and make the shopping - all in one place.