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Dubrovnik to Mostari, then Mostari to Split

Taunton, United...
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Dubrovnik to Mostari, then Mostari to Split

Hi

My family and I are looking to go by bus from Dubrovnik to Mostari by bus then Mostari to Splt by bus.

Can anyone point Menon the right direction for bus timetables/costs? Any other advice would be greatly appreciated! I.e do the buses have a toilet on board, does it stop for a comfort break?

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Sarajevo, Bosnia...
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1. Re: Dubrovnik to Mostari, then Mostari to Split

what is Menon?

Departures from bus station Dubrovnik:

autobusni-kolodvor-dubrovnik.com/internation…

Mostar 08:00, 16:00, 17:15

Mostar to Spilt: 10:20, 13:30, 23:55

http://www.autoprevoz.ba/red-voznje/

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2. Re: Dubrovnik to Mostari, then Mostari to Split

He means:-

Can anyone point me in the right direction for bus timetables/costs?

and Mostar rather than Mostari !

Edited: 4:52 pm, February 17, 2018
Sarajevo, Bosnia...
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3. Re: Dubrovnik to Mostari, then Mostari to Split

Well timetables are there.

And both journeys ought to costr around 115 kunas each

Alhaurin el Grande...
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4. Re: Dubrovnik to Mostari, then Mostari to Split

A lot of the timetables posted online are outdated, especially in Dubrovnik. Best bet is to just go to the bus station earlier the day before you travel (or a few days before) and buy a ticket there. They rarely sell out and there's usually a few buses per day both early and late - there is a surprising lack of buses going in the middle of the day though. They don't tend to sell out so you should be fine just turning up at the bus station and buying.

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5. Re: Dubrovnik to Mostari, then Mostari to Split

You can contact private daily tours company Najbolji prijevoz d.o.o. and they will organize private trip with van or car for you.You can go early in the morning from Dubrovnik (08:00 a.m) then come to Mostar and have all day visiting.Then later in afternoon go to Split.

Contact info@najboljiprijevoz.hr

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