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The best way to travel the scenic 129 km (80 miles) between Sarajevo & Mostar is by train, using one of the two impressive air-conditioned Bosnian Talgo trains with morning & late afternoon departures. Just watch the scenery video below to understand why. You can check current times at the Bosnian Railways site www.zfbh.ba .
Sarajevo to Mostar is 129 km (80 miles). Sarajevo to Čapljina is 163 km (101 miles).
Čapljina is at the border with Croatia, 37km from Ploče on the Adriatic.
Trains 720, 721, 722 & 723 are modern air-conditioned Bosnian Talgo trains, 1st & 2nd class with cafe-bar, see the photos below .
* Train extended to/from Ploče only on Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays 1 July to 11 September 2022.
How much does it cost?
Sarajevo to Mostar costs 14.10 BAM in 2nd class including reservation.
Sarajevo to Čapljina costs 17.00 BAM in 2nd class including reservation.
There's a 20% discount if you buy a round trip ticket.
€1 = approx 1.9 BAM. £1 = 2.2 BAM. You can check these fares at www.zfbh.ba .
How to buy tickets
You can buy tickets at the station, there are always places. A seat reservation is required on Talgo trains, you'll be given one with your ticket.
You can now buy online at www.zfbh.ba - click the UK flag for English. Tickets must be collected at the station before you travel. If you use this system, feedback would be appreciated .
Tip: The best river scenery is on the left hand side of the train going from Sarajevo to Mostar, and the right hand side going from Mostar to Sarajevo. You cannot specify a side when you buy your ticket, but reports suggest that in practice people ignore their reserved seats and sit anywhere they like, so just choose a seat on the correct side of the train for the scenery when you board.
If you buy a round trip ticket, you need to make a seat reservation for the train back at your destination station.
On board the Sarajevo-Mostar Talgo train
After years of using ancient communist-era carriages, Bosnian Railways have invested in smart modern Spanish-designed Talgo trains. Hauled by a full-size electric locomotive, these excellent Talgos are a pleasure to travel in. Each car is significantly smaller than a conventional railway carriage and is articulated to the next car with just one axle (two wheels) beneath each articulation. Lightweight, with a low centre of gravity, these Talgo trains do less damage to the track, too. Photos in this section are courtesy of Steven Clays, Dominique McClean, Joe Grey, Krzysztof Sokol.
There is no bureau de change, ATM or left luggage facility at the station. However, there's a left luggage office inside the nearby bus station and an ATM outside the bus station. Left luggage costs 2 BAM per item for the first hour, 1 BAM per item for each following hour. To reach the bus station, walk out of the station and turn right, walk in front of the Post Office and turn right again, and there's the bus station in front of you. There is tram stop right outside the station, and tram number 1 runs in a loop to the centre of the old town and back, passing the Latin Bridge, site of the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand in 1914. Tickets are available from kiosks at the tram stop, and must be stamped when you board the tram. With thanks to traveller Ivor Morgan.
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How to get from Sarajevo to Mostar (& Vice Versa): Train, Bus, Car & More
If you’re planning a trip to Bosnia and Herzegovina, you’re most likely going to visit Sarajevo or Mostar, the two most popular cities in the entire country … and if you’re lucky, you’ll get to visit both!
However, with so many options, it can be hard to figure out the best way how to travel from Sarajevo to Mostar (or vice versa).
Whether it’s renting a car, going by bus, or taking the Sarajevo to Mostar train — which, by the way, is one of the most beautiful train rides in Europe! — there’s an option that will work with your Balkan itinerary.
If you’re still unsure of how to get from Sarajevo to Mostar (or Mostar to Sarajevo), this practical guide will help you make the right decision. :)
THE SARAJEVO TO MOSTAR TRAIN
We chose to take the train from Sarajevo to Mostar (and the bus on the way back) and I’m so glad we did. I planned to do some work and read a book on the 2-hour ride, but a few minutes into the trip, the most gorgeous views started to peek out from the window and I was mesmerized!
Apparently the Sarajevo-Mostar train route is famous for being one of the most beautiful train rides in Europe — and, I’d argue, in the entire world. After you leave the station, you’ll get to see emerald green rivers, cute little villages, and lush mountains peeking behind lush forests.
There’s the option to choose between first and second class (the difference is only a few dollars), but I was really happy with our second class ticket.
Here’s the timetable:
Train to Mostar: Train # 723 Leaves Sarajevo @ 7:15 | Arrives Mostar @ 9:10 Train # 721 Leaves Sarajevo @ 16:49 | Arrives Mostar @ 18:48
Train to Sarajevo: Train # 720 Leaves Mostar @ 6:36 | Arrives Sarajevo @ 8:35 Train # 722 Leaves Mostar @ 17:09 | Arrives Sarajevo @ 19:04
If you’re planning to do a day trip from Sarajevo to Mostar, the 7:15 AM train is your best option — it arrives around 9 AM and gives you the whole day to see Mostar. After 8 hours of exploring the city, take the 5:09 PM train back and you’ll be in Sarajevo by 7 PM. :)
The price for a one-way ticket on the Sarajevo to Mostar train is 11.90 KM (around $7 USD) for a second-class ticket, or 16.80 KM (around $10 USD) for a first-class ticket.
TRAVEL TIP: If you know your itinerary ahead of time, I recommend buying a round-trip ticket straight away — you’ll get a 20% discount!
You can book tickets at the train station or on the official ŽFBH website . Don’t forget to come to the train station ahead of time to collect your ticket if you buy online. Be sure to bring your passport and a copy of the email you received after booking tickets (a screenshot is fine — they look at the order number).
SARAJEVO STATION: ADDRESS: Željeznička Stanica Sarajevo, Put Života 2 The main railway station in Sarajevo is located just outside the main tourist area in the center (it’s a short walk from the famous Avaz Twist Tower!).
The building gives off a retro socialist vibe, but it has everything you need, including a cafe and restaurant (Ćevabdžinica Zmaj is highly recommended!), paid toilets, and an ATM. The easiest way to get from the railway station to the center is by taking the #1 tram route.
MOSTAR STATION: ADDRESS: Željeznička Stanica Mostar, Trg Ivana Krndelja 1 The Mostar Train Station is located in the north part of town and is an easy 15 minute walk to Mostar’s Old Town. The train station is right next to the bus station, which is convenient if you’re planning to go elsewhere by bus.
THE SARAJEVO TO MOSTAR BUS
If the train is sold out (or the times don’t work for your itinerary), the next best option is to take the Sarajevo to Mostar bus.
There are a dozen or so buses that drive this route every day, which is great if you need flexibility or prefer to leave at a certain time. The total travel time is around 2.5 hours (so slightly longer than the train), but you’ll get the same amazing views and comfort.
Speaking of comfort — we took the bus from Mostar to Sarajevo and were lucky enough to get Autoprevoz as our company. I read conflicting stories about the route and apparently some companies have old-school busses that weren’t very comfortable.
If you have the chance, I highly recommend going with Autoprevoz. We had comfortable reclining seats, huge panoramic windows (that almost extended to the ceiling!), an onboard bathroom, and a great driver. :)
The first bus from Sarajevo is at 6 AM, and the last bus is at 7:55 PM. The first bus from Mostar is also at 6AM, and the last bus is at 8 PM.
The ticket price for the Sarajevo to Mostar bus is around 16 to 22 KM ($10 to 13 USD) depending on which company you go with.
You can book tickets at the bus station or Get By Bus .
SARAJEVO TO MOSTAR BY CAR
If you’re the spontaneous type that loves to have the freedom to stop whenever and wherever you want, then consider renting a car to get from Sarajevo to Mostar.
Here are some places to check out, in order by distance to Sarajevo:
📍 Vrelo Bosne : Located some 15km from the center of Sarajevo is this serene park, featuring woodlands, a lake, walking paths, and more. It’s the perfect place to visit if you have an extra hour or so on your journey.
📍 Konjic : One of the oldest settlements in the country that’s famous for its traditional wood carvings and the Old Stone Bridge (the best-preserved Ottoman bridge in Bosnia!). Don’t forget to buy yourself a gorgeous souvenir while you’re here. :)
📍 Tito’s Bunker ( above ): Just a few minutes from Konjic is one of Yugolasvia’s biggest secrets: Tito’s Bunker. To say this place was huge is an understatement, especially considering that it’s nearly 300 meters (900 ft) below ground. The bunker is around 6,400 sq m (nearly 69,000 sq ft) in size and has more than 100 rooms that could house all 350 members of the Yugoslav parliament (and then some). Ironically, the bunker was built in case of a nuclear attack, although it was never put to use — and locals only found out about its existence in the 1990s.
Nowadays, tourists can check out Tito’s Bunker for themselves, as long as they book a tour in advance through the ticket office. Click here to check out the official site.
📍 Boračko Lake : Although Bosnia & Herzegovina has plenty of stunning nature, Boračko Lake stands out. Located right in the middle of the route from Sarajevo to Mostar, the lake is an excellent spot to spot, chill out, and enjoy the emerald-hue lake and tree-covered mountains.
Best of all, you can also use your car to go on day trips from Mostar, like a 10-minute drive to the gorgeous Dervish House in Blagaj (click for my full travel guide!) or even a trip across the border to Dubrovnik.
I recommend RentalCars because they have the biggest selection of car rental agencies and cars, plus I’ve used them across Europe and the Balkans (including West Serbia ) without any issues.
If you prefer not to drive (or have a big group), there are also transfers between Sarajevo to Mostar:
📍 Private Transfer from Sarajevo Airport to Mostar (or Medjugorje) 📍 Transfer service from Mostar to Sarajevo 📍 Mostar to Sarajevo Transport
SARAJEVO TO MOSTAR ON A TOUR
Last but certainly not least, there’s always the option to book a guided tour from Sarajevo to Mostar (or vice versa).
The upside is that everything is already planned for you, there’s no need to stress about transportation, and you won’t need to spend extra money on finding accommodations for the evening. :)
This option would be best suited for those who are short on time, prefer ready-made trips, and want to learn in-depth information from a knowledgeable tour guide.
Here are some Sarajevo to Mostar guided tours to check out:
FROM SARAJEVO: 📍 Mostar and Cities of Herzegovina Day Tour 📍 Guided Day Trip to Mostar and Herzegovina 📍 Full-Day 5 Cities Tour from Sarajevo to Herzegovina 📍 Mostar and Four Pearls of Herzegovina Tour from Sarajevo 📍 Mostar and Herzegovina 4 Cities – Full Day Tour 📍 Private Mostar, Blagaj and Kravice Waterfalls Tour 📍 Mostar, Blagaj Dervish House, Počitelj, Jablanica & Konjic Day Tour
FROM MOSTAR: 📍 Herzegovina Cities & Waterfall Day Tour 📍 Sarajevo Grand Tour with Tunnel of Hope Museum
WHERE TO STAY
THE BEST ACCOMMODATIONS IN SARAJEVO & MOSTAR
Before I leave you on your merry way — hopefully with some new information and less stress! — I figured you might also be looking for accommodations in either Sarajevo or Mostar.
No worries, here are some of the best hotels, apartments, and hostels in both cities (including places with views of the beautiful Old Bridge in Mostar!)
WHERE TO STAY IN SARAJEVO
Modern design meets Bosnian motifs at Ibis Styles, which is decorated from head to toe (or rather, lobby to terrace) in traditional details.
At the breakfast lobby guests can marvel at the ornate copper dishes, the suites have LED signs with local slang (such as vozdrav , a pig latin expression of saying hello), and the lobby is decked out in colorful rugs and Vucko paintings.
BOOK HERE : Booking.com | Agoda | Hotels.com
📍 Hotel Hecco Deluxe — Located in the heart of Sarajevo and just a few meters from the city’s most prominent pedestrian street (Sarači), Hecco Deluxe is one of the best hotels if you want to be in the center of all the attractions.
BOOK HERE: Booking.com | Agoda | Hotels.com
📍 Studio Apartment Theatre View — This Theatre View Apartment is clean, modern, and minimalist yet has everything you need. It’s right across the National Theater and perfect if you’re planning to visit the city during the Sarajevo Film Festival!
BOOK HERE: Booking.com | Agoda
📍 Old Town Apartments Sarajevo — With such a stylish and modern apartment, you’ll be exploring Sarajevo in style! This adorable place is nestled on a quiet street between the city’s main pedestrian street and the city’s Old Town district (Baščaršija) and has everything you need for a cozy stay.
BOOK HERE: Booking.com | Agoda
Pigeon Square Rooms — Cute, cozy, and inviting are just a few words to describe this guesthouse slash hostel. Located in the heart of the Old Town (with a gorgeous view of the Sebilj Fountain and square!), there are plenty of rooms to choose from, including 3- and 4-bed dorm rooms, as well as private double and twin suites.
WHERE TO STAY IN MOSTAR
📍 Shangri La Mansion — From the moment I saw Shangri La Mansion, I knew it had to be included on this list. Just look at that beautiful Old Town view!
Besides the jaw-dropping scenes from the spacious terrace, Shangri La is truly a luxurious mansion — without the $$$ price tag. Each of the 8 rooms are beautifully decorated in modern furniture and colors, and the hotel is located right in the center of Mostar.
Thanks to this, it’s no wonder why Shangri La has more than 300 5-star reviews on Tripadvisor!
📍 Hotel-Restaurant Kriva Ćuprija — If you want to truly experience the historic atmosphere of Mostar, the best way to do so is by staying in a heritage-listed hotel!
Hotel-Restaurant Kriva Ćuprija, which is located just steps from the Crooked Bridge (the hotel is named after the famous bridge!), is set in an authentic historical house that offers 28 rooms of various sizes.
Although the building may be old, the interior design and amenities are modern. Each room combines the beauty of the past — like wooden doors and exposed stone walls — with contemporary comforts such as plush mattresses and air conditioned rooms.
📍 Old Bridge Terrace Apartment — If you were inspired to travel to Mostar after seeing its magnificent Old Bridge, I have just the place for you!
Old Bridge Terrace Apartment is located just 50 meters away from the bridge and features the most stunning view of the Old Bridge. Seriously, it doesn’t get better than sipping Bosnian coffee on the terrace and looking out to the Neretva River (and maybe even seeing the famous bridge jumpers doing their thing!)
📍 Apartment Smile — This is where we stayed during our trip to Mostar, and I couldn’t be happier that we booked this apartment! The owner was such a wonderful lady and offered us complimentary snacks and acquainted us with Mostar. Likewise, this was probably the most well-stocked apartment I’ve ever stayed at, as it had everything you could possibly need (and more!), including makeup wipes and organic shampoo.
Hostel Taso’s House — Taso’s hostel is legendary across Balkan travel groups on Facebook, especially since the owner is extremely friendly and has a well-run hostel. There are 4- and 6-bed dorm rooms and private twin rooms as well (with breakfast included!)
Photo credits: Bosnia road — Lazar Mihajlovic | Tito’s Bunker — Boris Maric (Wikipedia) | Hotels — respective hotels
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Thanks a lot. I would love to try a jump off the Mostar bridge one day. Thank you!
wow, excellent info! just what i was looking for! thank you!
Hey, thanks for the lovely blog post. Do you have any recommendation on which side to sit on (coming from what direction) to get the most out of the view? Hvala!
Heya! To be honest, either side is fine :) The landscape and scenery change so much that you’ll get amazing views from either side. When we took the bus from Mostar to Sarajevo, we sat on the left side and it seemed that the views on the right side were slightly better.
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How to get from Sarajevo to Mostar by train, bus, or private transfer
You have arrived in Bosnia and Herzegovina and you were staying in Sarajevo, somewhere in the old town or in the center for the last few days and now looking to depart from Sarajevo to Mostar. Located just a few hours away, this beautiful city is home to some of the most stunning architecture in all of Europe. There’s plenty to see and do in Mostar, so make sure to plan your visit carefully. Here are a few tips to help get you started. If you are looking for the cheapest way to get to Mostar or the most comfortable one, here are 4 ways to travel in order to get there.
Traveling by bus from Sarajevo to Mostar
Buses are the most popular way to get from Sarajevo to Mostar. There are several buses that run between Sarajevo and Mostar each day, and the journey usually takes around two hours. You can buy tickets at the station in either city. There are 2 bus stations in Sarajevo, Sarajevo Central Station which is located close to the city center, and East Sarajevo station. If you are staying around the city center then you will need to find your way to the Central station.
The main or central bus station in Sarajevo
Keep in mind that there is no official Google Maps listing for the Sarajevo Central Station, but there are a few different ones. We chose to use this one as its location is accurate. If you think it would be helpful, leave a review and post some photos of the station so that other travelers have an accurate idea of what to expect.
The main bus station was constructed in 1964 but was ruined during the war. Once the fighting had ceased, it was renovated. The main or central station is large and has over 10 platforms.
If you get hungry and want to grab a quick bite around the station, there are several cafes and small restaurants to choose from. And if want something cheaper, in front of the station there’s a čevabdžinica where you can get a good meal for a decent price.
There are small shops inside and in front of the station where you can purchase items such as snacks, drinks, and newspapers. The station also has a toilet for public use (with an extra charge). Furthermore, there is a station service fee of 1 KM. The fee for this is covered by the cost of your ticket.
If you are staying in the center around Bascarsija you have the following options to reach the Central Station:
- Walk: A 30 min walk would take you to the central station.
- Tram: The tram stop is close by and will take about 10 minutes. You can catch a number 1 and it will take you straight to your destination. Make sure you bring some change with you to pay for the ticket. You can purchase the ticket after boarding.
- Taxi – There are lots of taxi companies that provide their services near hotels, or even on the street. The front desk staff at your hotel or hostel can help you order a taxi.
Sarajevo to Mostar Bus schedule
When it comes to finding information about the Bus schedule and going from Sarajevo to Mostar by bus, that is not as straightforward as you might think it would be. The main station does not have a website and the only way you can get information about the timetable is by calling or visiting the info desk/ If you decide to call, you can use this number. +387 33 21 31 00
A reliable source of information is Autoprevoz Bus Mostar, a Bus company based in Mostar with regular departures from Sarajevo to Mostar as well as Mostar to Sarajevo. If you have a look at their website , you can see that there are 2 departures a day, one at 5 pm and the second one at 6 pm.
There are probably morning departures as well but to get that info, best ask the front desk staff at your hotel. They most likely have that information on hand and they can also call the bus station and check for you. They can also get you a taxi if you want.
How to get from Sarajevo to Mostar by Train
If you’re after a more scenic way to travel to Mostar, you can also take the train from Sarajevo to Mostar. The travel time usually takes around three hours, and there are 2 trains that run between the two cities each day. The main railway station is located in the immediate vicinity of the main bus station.
Sarajevo to Mostar Train schedule
If you’re looking for information about the train schedule from Sarajevo to Mostar, that can be found on Bosnia and Herzegovina Railways website . You can see that there are 2 trains departing daily from each city, one in the early morning and another in the afternoon. The travel time is around 3 hours, and the ticket price is around 14.10 KM
So if you’re looking for a scenic, more relaxing way to travel from Sarajevo to Mostar, taking the train is definitely an option worth considering. Just make sure you plan ahead so that you can purchase your ticket in advance and don’t miss your departure time
Talgo train route from Sarajevo to Mostar
The best way to travel the scenic 129 km (80 miles) between Sarajevo & Mostar is by train, using one of the two impressive air-conditioned Bosnian Talgo trains.
The trip from Sarajevo to Mostar by Talgo train is a great way to explore the Bosnian railways scenic route between Sarajevo and Mostar, covering almost 80 miles of stunning countryside. These trains are air-conditioned for maximum comfort – and are an efficient, reliable way to get around this part of the world. Each carriage has comfortable seating, with plenty of legroom for the journey. There’s also plenty of space for luggage and other items, making it ideal for those who don’t want to be weighed down by bags. With two daily departures from Sarajevo, you can easily plan your journey around your own schedule. On board, you’ll be able to enjoy beautiful views as you travel through some of Bosnia’s most picturesque towns and villages. And when you reach Mostar, there are plenty of attractions to explore and activities to enjoy.
Another way to get from Sarajevo to Mostar is with a private transfer
If you want to make sure that you get to Mostar in complete comfort and style, you may want to consider hiring a private transfer. This is a great option if you’re traveling with a group or have a lot of luggage. You can find private transfer companies online, and the journey usually takes around an hour and a half.
A one-way transfer from Sarajevo to Mostar costs around 80 EUR, but prices may vary depending on the company you choose.
A stress-free travel option is joining an organized tour to Mostar
If you’re in the mood for an easy and stress-free way to get to Mostar, consider joining an organized tour. This is a great option if you’re traveling solo or don’t have a lot of time to spare. You can find organized tours online, and the journey usually takes around an hour and a half.
There are several different tours available, depending on your interests and preferences.
A great way to get to Mostar from Sarajevo is by joining a Neretva Rafting tour , which includes a thrilling ride down the Neretva River and a visit to Mostar. This is a great way to experience both the city and the natural beauty of Bosnia-Herzegovina. Make sure you book a private tour with a private transfer. The driver will take you to the Rafting base camp at the start of the day and then, when it’s all over, drive you back to your hotel or private accommodation in Mostar.
No matter how you choose to get from Sarajevo to Mostar, you’re sure to have an amazing time. This beautiful city is home to some of the most stunning architecture in all of Europe, and there’s plenty to see and do. Make sure to plan your visit carefully, and enjoy everything that this charming city has to offer.
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Sarajevo to Mostar – How to Travel By Train, Bus, Car or Tour
Most visitors to Bosnia and Herzegovina will find themselves travelling between two of the country’s main cities: Sarajevo and Mostar. Depending on your budget, there are several ways to travel from Sarajevo to Mostar including bus, train, driving, getting a private transfer or taking a guided tour.
Mostar is a very popular destination in the Balkans which draws more and more tourists each year. It’s no surprise as the town is loaded with history, surrounded by an abundance of natural beauty and offers plenty of great attractions to explore.
I recently included the drive from Sarajevo to Mostar on my road trip through the Balkans. The scenery along the drive is breathtaking and having the freedom to stop and take in the views along the way made it an even better experience!
Needless to say, I would highly recommend renting a car and driving to Mostar from Sarajevo on your own. Of course renting a car and driving there yourself is not suitable for everyone. If you’re seeking a budget friendly option then taking the bus or train will be your best bet.
For those without a car who want to discover more of Bosnia’s fascinating history, then taking a guided tour of Mostar from Sarajevo is the perfect choice. The tour will stop at several other points of interest near Mostar making it a full day of unforgettable adventures and beautiful sights.
This guide covers all the important info needed to plan your journey from Sarajevo to Mostar. In each section below, you’ll find details covering the 5 different modes of transportation so you can choose the option that suits you best.
Passing through lush valleys on the scenic route to Mostar
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How to Travel from Sarajevo to Mostar – 5 Different Modes of Transportation
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Sarajevo to Mostar Bus
Taking the bus to Mostar from Sarajevo is an easy and budget friendly way to travel. With plenty of departure times to choose from everyday, the bus also offers flexibility so that you can choose the time that best fits into your itinerary.
The best part about doing this journey by bus is that you can sit back, relax and take in the scenery of the stunning Bosnian countryside as you travel.
There are several bus companies that operate daily services from Sarajevo to Mostar. The buses depart many times throughout the day with the earliest departure at 6am, view the bus timetable here .
Beautiful scenery in Sarajevo
Getting to the Bus Station
To catch the bus in Sarajevo, head to the main bus station which is located near the train station.
The Mostar bus station is conveniently located in the city centre, within walking distance of the Old Bridge. Once you arrive, it shouldn’t take you longer than 15 minutes to reach your Mostar accommodation by foot. If you are travelling with a lot of luggage, you can take a taxi to your accommodation from the bus station for around 5 – 6 KM.
Be sure to keep some change on hand throughout your journey. If you need to use the public toilets at the bus station on either end it will cost you 1 KM however there are usually toilets onboard the buses.
Booking Your Bus Ticket
The journey is straightforward and takes around 2.5 hours, making several stops in other towns along the way. While some websites might sell you a ticket online , the most efficient way to buy your ticket is directly at the bus station. This takes away the hassle of having to print the ticket etc.
The ticket will cost you 19 – 25 KM which is equal to €10 – €13. Be prepared to pay an extra 2 KM to the driver (cash) if you need to store your luggage under the bus for the journey.
Soaking in the amazing views in Mostar
Sarajevo to Mostar Train
Taking the train from Sarajevo to Mostar is another super easy and affordable mode of transportation. The downside is that there are only 3 train departures throughout the day so you will have to plan your trip accordingly.
The first train of the day leaves Sarajevo at 7:15am and arrives in Mostar at 9:10am. The second train leaves Sarajevo at 4:50pm and arrives in Mostar at 6:48pm. The final train of the day departs at 7:15pm and arrives at 9:10pm
Just like the bus journey, the train ride from Sarajevo to Mostar is really beautiful and offers a great way to admire the lush landscapes as you travel.
This is not one of those boring train trips to zone out and fall asleep! Passing by mountains, rivers and valleys, the scenery on the train route from Sarajevo to Mostar is nothing short of spectacular.
Contrary to what you may expect from public transportation in the Balkans, the trains that run between these two cities are actually fast, modern and provide a comfortable journey.
With air-conditioning, free Wi-Fi, large seats and overhead storage for your belongings, the train is arguably the better choice if comfort is what you’re seeking.
Take in the breathtaking sights on the route to Mostar
Getting to the Train Station
The train station in Sarajevo is located outside of the main tourist area of Baščaršija and can be accessed by taking a short taxi ride or hopping on tram #1. See exact location here .
Once you arrive at the other end, the train station in Mostar is a 15 minute walk away from the Old Town. Alternatively, you can take a taxi to your hotel.
Booking Your Train Ticket
The positive aspects of taking the train is that it’s faster, cheaper and more comfortable than the bus. The train will get you to Mostar in just 2 hours and costs only 14.10 KM which is €7 per ticket.
Book your train ticket online and view the updated timetable at the official website . You can also buy your ticket on arrival at the train station. Keep in mind that if you buy your ticket online, you will still need to arrive at the station early enough to have your ticket printed out.
Browsing the markets in Sarajevo Old Town
Sarajevo to Mostar Guided Tour Day Trip
If you are spending some time in Sarajevo and want a quick and convenient option to see the highlights of Mostar then you should book an organised day tour from Sarajevo to Mostar.
Keep in mind that if you book a day tour, you will return to Sarajevo in the evening. An organised tour is perfect for people who are based in Sarajevo and simply looking to enjoy a day of sightseeing rather than travelling one way to Mostar.
Taking a day trip to Mostar from Dubrovnik is a very popular option for many travellers but luckily there are also some highly rated tours to Mostar that depart from Sarajevo.
Booking a tour is great because it takes the stress out of the planning. All you need to do is show up and enjoy the day! Find my top recommended tour below.
See Kravice Falls on a day trip to Mostar from Sarajevo
Full Day Tour from Sarajevo to Mostar – Dive into Mostar’s colourful history and marvel at the historic sites of Bosnia on a 10 hour tour from Sarajevo. Led by an expert local guide, you will be picked up from your accommodation in Sarajevo to embark on an exciting journey to Mostar.
This tour includes stops in Blagaj, Pocitelj, Konjic, Kravice Falls and Mostar. Throughout the day trip you will explore Ottoman-era villages, taste traditional foods, visit several beautiful waterfalls and learn all about the country’s rich history from your friendly guide.
This full day tour includes hotel pick up/drop off in Sarajevo, lunch, local guide/driver. Entrance to attractions is not included in the price of the tour ticket.
➤Find tour prices and availability here.
Sarajevo to Mostar by Rental Car
Driving Time – 2 hrs 30 mins
Sarajevo to Mostar Distance – 127km
Driving Directions – View GPS directions on Google Maps
The drive from Sarajevo to Mostar is one of those routes that is made for a road trip. The road winds along emerald rivers, through sleepy villages and past towering green mountains. It’s one of the most scenic drives I did on my Balkans road trip last summer.
I would recommend doing this drive to anyone who is planning to travel from Sarajevo to Mostar if your timeframe is flexible and your budget allows for it. It’s the best way to experience the local culture of rural Bosnia while appreciating the incredible natural scenery as you go.
As the drive only takes 2.5 hours, you will have the choice to either drive straight there or take your time and make a few stops along the way. Assuming you have already seen the sites of Sarajevo and you’re ready to hit the road, here are some stops to add to your drive.
Sarajevo War Tunnel
Sarajevo Tunnel – On my way out of Sarajevo, I made a stop at the underground tunnel and war history museum. The museum is located on the outskirts of the city, as you make your way toward Mostar.
Allow about an hour to spend here exploring the tunnel and learning some of the fascinating history of the Bosnian civil war. If you don’t know much about this part of their history, this museum is a must-see and an easy stop to make on your drive from Sarajevo to Mostar!
Konjic – After driving for about one hour you will arrive in Konjic. This small town is located in a very scenic spot on the banks of the Neretva River and has over 4000 years worth of history.
The 17th century “Old Bridge” is one of the highlights of the town and is an important part of Bosnian heritage. The Old Bridge of Konjic marks the exact spot where Bosnia meets Herzegovina.
Take a wander along the main street of town to see beautiful historic buildings and mosques. Konjic makes a lovely place to stop and break up your drive and perhaps grab a coffee at one of the cafes in town.
Stop in the pretty town of Konjic on the way to Mostar from Sarajevo
Jablanica Lake – The drive to Mostar gets more and more beautiful as you go. Jablanica Lake is the next thing you will come across and it’s the perfect spot to stop and take in the gorgeous lake views. Although this lake is actually man-made, it only adds to the natural scenery that surrounds it!
The closest town to the lake is called Ostrožac and there are a few traditional restaurants around there where you can stop for lunch with a view. Some popular restaurant options in this area include:
- Restoran Jezero
- Konoba Neretvica
- Restoran Orahovica
For those who wish to stay a while and explore the area further, there are a number of little shops renting out boats or offering boat cruises on the lake.
Neretva River Canyon
Before arriving in Mostar, you’ll pass through a really beautiful section of road that winds alongside the Neretva River with steep canyon walls rising up on either side. You’ll be able to pull over at several scenic spots along this road to snap a few photos. If you have a drone this is the perfect place to put it to use!
Be sure to stop for photos while driving through this stunning river canyon
Is it Safe to Drive in Bosnia and Herzegovina?
The most challenging thing about driving in Bosnia and Herzegovina is keeping an eye out for the locals who don’t follow the traffic laws. You really have to be aware of other drivers speeding and overtaking cars on blind corners. This is especially true on the single-lane winding mountain roads.
You may end up stuck behind slow vehicles and unable to get around them but just take the drive slow and avoid taking any silly risks. As long as you are confident, drive with caution and stay alert then you will be fine.
My top tip for navigating would be to make sure you pack a phone mount so you can see the driving directions on your phone clearly. This made a huge difference on my road trip through Bosnia.
Postcard perfect Mostar
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Sarajevo to Mostar by Private Transfer
If your budget allows for it and you would prefer not to drive to Mostar yourself, booking a private transfer will suit you better. This is a convenient option if you are travelling with a large group of people or if you have too much luggage to carry on your own.
Taking a private transfer also allows you to get picked up by your driver directly at the Sarajevo airport and be dropped off at the door of your hotel in Mostar. It’s a quick, easy and hassle free way to travel between Sarajevo and Mostar.
Prices for taking a private transfer start from €75 and vary depending on group size.
➤ Find more info about booking your private transfer to Mostar here.
Konjic makes a great place to stop on your drive to Mostar
Highlights of Mostar
Whether you’re taking a day trip to Mostar or planning to stay for a few days, here are a few of the top attractions that can’t be missed around the town.
Stari Most – Old Bridge
Mostar’s most iconic landmark, the Stari Most “Old Bridge” is a striking Ottoman-era bridge that spans across the Neretva River connecting both parts of the city.
There are many points around the town where you can admire views of the unique and beautiful bridge. Make your way down to the riverside for the best angle to capture Stari Most.
Of course, no visit to Mostar is complete without taking a walk across this 16th century masterpiece. If you spend enough time around the bridge, you may witness some of the local bridge jumpers.
You will see them collecting coins from tourists until they reach a certain amount before making the leap into the freezing waters below. It is quite an impressive sight!
Admire the view of the Old Bridge from the banks of the Neretva River
The emerald river that flows through the middle of Mostar is a unique and striking sight. When visiting Mostar on a roasting hot summer’s day, the Neretva River appears to be very inviting.
While swimming is possible, you might be wondering why the river isn’t full of other tourists. Just keep in mind that the temperature of the water is unexpectedly cold. It’s actually been classed as one of the coldest rivers in the world, even during summer!
The Old Town of Mostar is a magical place to wander and soak in the local culture. Take in the sights and smells as you explore the cobbled streets, crossing over bridges and browsing through the little shops.
You’ll find colourful Turkish shops selling all kinds of souvenirs and trinkets. The town is quite small and it’s easy to see everything by foot in a few hours.
Exploring the streets of Mostar
Dine at a Restaurant With a View
There are many great restaurants in Mostar that offer perfect views of the Old Bridge and river. After two visits to Mostar over the years, I can’t say I had any bad dining experiences.
There is one restaurant in particular that I will recommend as the views are pretty outstanding. Restaurant Lagero is located on the western banks of the Neretva River and boasts an unbeatable view of the Old Bridge from their outdoor terrace.
I really liked the service there and the food was quite tasty as well. At some point during your time in Mostar, make a point of eating at Restaurant Lagero and you will not be disappointed!
Wine with a view at Restaurant Lagero
Koski Mehmed Pasha Mosque
This gorgeous 17th century mosque is one of the key landmarks of Mostar. Built next to the Neretva River, the original mosque was sadly damaged during the civil war and was rebuilt during the 90’s.
If you’re up for it, you can climb to the top of the mosque’s minaret to find a breathtaking panoramic view of the surrounding landscapes. I would advise to do this as early in the day as possible as the spiral staircase is pretty narrow and it gets crowded very quickly when it’s busy.
Museum of War and Genocide Victims
Just outside of Mostar’s Old Town, you can visit this informative museum to learn more about Bosnia’s tragic war history. Learn personal accounts from the victims and take an unfiltered look into this harrowing period in time.
The museum is about a 10 minute walk from the centre of the Old Town and you can purchase your tickets online before you go.
If you have longer than a day in Mostar, I would highly recommend taking a day trip to the nearby Dervish House. Blagaj is a small village about 20 minutes from Mostar known for its Turkish monastery.
Just like Mostar, the village is surrounded by stunning scenery and located right on the Buna River. The main attraction here is the Dervish House, also known as Blagaj Tekke.
You can either pay a small fee to enter the monastery or simply admire the views from the outside. Nestled within a cliff, it is a particularly special place. Finish off your visit by enjoying some lunch at one of the lovely nearby restaurants next to the river.
Blagaj Tekke – Dervish House
Where to Stay in Sarajevo
When seeking accommodation in Sarajevo, you should plan to base yourself in the main tourist area which is called Baščaršija . This is where you’ll have easy access to the historic markets, the iconic 18th century wooden fountain, and plenty of restaurants and shops.
Pigeon Square Rooms – Centrally located in the historic centre of Sarajevo, this clean and welcoming hostel is the perfect option for those travelling on a budget.
Old Town Hotel – This cosy hotel is well located within walking distance to the city’s main attractions and includes free parking and a buffet style breakfast during your stay.
Hotel Sana – In the heart of Sarajevo’s Old Town, Hotel Sana offers clean, modern and quiet rooms. There is a 24h front desk, a hotel bar, breakfast is included, and there’s an outdoor terrace with city views .
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Exploring the Old Town of Sarajevo
Where to Stay in Mostar
Once you arrive in Mostar, you’ll want to book your accommodation somewhere central so that you can easily access the restaurants and sites around the town. Rooms in the Old Town tend to book out quite far in advance during high season so it’s important to book ahead of time.
Villa Cardak – Stay in a comfortable air-conditioned guest house in an ideal location only a short walk from the Old Bridge.
Apartments Arch -Book a self-catering apartment in a convenient location near all of Mostar’s main landmarks. These apartments are brand new with modern décor and offer free parking for those who are travelling by car.
Residence Riverside – This beautiful and highly reviewed accommodation is another great choice in Mostar. Only steps from the Old Bridge, these spacious apartments offer the perfect oasis to retreat to after a big day of driving or sightseeing.
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Sunset at Stari Most – Old Bridge, Mostar
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How far is Sarajevo Central from Mostar?
The overland distance from Sarajevo Central to Mostar is 84 miles (134 km). The flying distance is 56 miles (89 km).
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To get from Sarajevo Central to Mostar prepare to shell out about RUB 596 for your ticket.
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