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Dubrovnik to Mostar (BiH)

MostarThe travel distance from Dubrovnik to Mostar is about 140 km, which equals a travelling time by car of roughly 2 hours. The route follows the Adriatic coast to Opuzen from where it continues via Metkovic to Mostar. Travelling with bus from Dubrovnik to Mostar: From Dubrovnik there are a few daily buses to Mostar during winter time and several daily buses during summer time. Travel time by bus is about 3-4 hours. Make sure to get a seat at the left side of the bus so you can enjoy the view as you travel along the coast. You can see timetable of buses from Dubrovnik to Mostar below,  and here you can see buses in the other direction.

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Dubrovnik (HR)
2h 6min
Mostar (east) (BA)
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02 Dec | 16:00 Dubrovnik (HR) , Bus terminal
03h 30m Direct
19:30 Mostar (east) (BA) , Bus terminal
22 EUR
16:00 Dubrovnik (HR) , Bus terminal
19:30 Mostar (east) (BA) , Bus terminal
22 EUR
03h 30m Direct

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Map travel route Dubrovnik (HR) to Mostar (east) (BA)

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Trip to Mostar with overnight: If you are one a roundtrip, Mostar is for sure a destination worthwhile spending a bit longer time. If you stay overnight you have early buses to cities like Sarajevo, Split and Zadar. If you are continuing to Split, you could combine the trips with a visit to Medjugorje, which is only about 30 minutes from Mostar. Click on the icons below to see a large selection of apartments, hotels and hostels in Mostar.




Other means of transportation: By car: driving to Mostar from Dubrovnik is fairly easy, as mentioned above the trip takes about 2 hours. Once you enter Bosnia, make sure to stick to the speed limits as the police often have speed controls on the road after the border. If you don’t have you own car you can rent one here, but make sure to ask for permission to take the car into Bosnia, because not all car rental companies allows that. Transfer, from Dubrovnik there are several companies offering transfer to Mostar, you can check out availability and prices here. Excursion, a popular form for a day trip to Mostar is a pre-arranged excursion. More or less all local travel agencies should have tours to Mostar in their program. By train: no direct train, but if you wish to travel by train you first will have to travel to Ploce from where there is a train to Bosnia. By Plane: not possible Map of route from Dubrovnik to Mostar Prikaži Travelling from Dubrovnik to Mostar na većoj karti