Transfer from Split airport to Međugorje
One way transfer
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Bosnia and Herzegovina is the heart shaped land that lies at the heart of southeast Europe. It borders with the Croatia, Serbia and Montenegro and its capital city is Sarajevo. Most of the territory consists of mountains and high rocky ground, covered with forests and pastures. Medjugorje which is at an altitude of 200 meters and can be found just 25 kilometers from Mostar and is very close to the Croatian border. Medjugorje is one of the most famous Roman Catholic shrines in the world. It became famous for the apparitions of the Virgin Mary in 1981, after which it began to develop religious tourism. Besides Sarajevo, this is the most visited tourist center in Bosnia and Herzegovina. You can reach Medjugorje from Mostar through well-connected bus service all day long departing even from the international Airport Mostar. You may also take the bus service from Dubrovnik, Split, Makarska and Zagreb, along with Sarajevo and Ploče to reach this wonderful town. The easiest way for tourists coming from other parts of the world to get to Medjugorje is to fly to Split in Croatia.
Mostar, the 5th largest city, is, alongside Sarajevo, one of the most famous cities in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is characterized by the Old Bridge on the river Neretva. It has an international airport and is well connected to the entire Europe. Southern part of Herzegovina is close to the Croatian border and is best connected to the Dalmatia region by regular daily bus lines departing from Dubrovnik and Split. Medjugorje is 30 kilometers away from this beautiful Herzegovinian town and from the international airport of Mostar. On your way to Mostar from Medjugorje, you’ll pass through a picturesque town of Čitluk.
Neum is located in the southern Adriatic in a triangle of major tourist destinations Makarska – Mostar – Dubrovnik. There are two ways to get to this beautiful coastal town of Neum, one is passing through Croatian Dubrovnik-Neretva County, and the other is through the continental part of Herzegovina. Medjugorje is around 80 kilometers away from Neum and the Adriatic Sea. Neum is the coastal town of Bosnia and Herzegovina on the south Adriatic coast near the border with Croatia and it takes 70 km to Dubrovnik and around 90 km to Makarska; from Neum you can easily reach other Croatian landmarks and ancient cities.
Dubrovnik is known as the Pearl of the Adriatic, and with its beauty and uniqueness, it justifies that name. Visit this majestic town on the south of Dalmatia region whether by a public transportation, organized transfers, a car or a taxi. The distance from Dubrovnik to Medjugorje is approximately 140 kilometers and it is a nice drive through 2 countries, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia. Dubrovnik and Medjugorje are well connected due to the numerous tourists wanting to visit these two significant towns, whether to go sightseeing or as a pilgrimage destination.
This Croatian town is located in the Dubrovnik – Neretva County situated on the southeast of the country, on the banks of the river Neretva. Although it is not as old as Dubrovnik, Metković has a lot to offer, including gourmet delicacies. Whether you are in Medjugorje or Dubrovnik or whichever place in Dalmatia or south Herzegovina, you should visit this great town. Drive along the Adriatic coastline, through Pelješac peninsula over to Ploče and continue to Metković along the river Neretva; it will take you around 3 hours of a beautiful seaside drive. Or, one can rive all the way along the coast, it is a shorter route but you have to cross the Bosnian border around Neum.
Čitluk is a municipality in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and it is a home to the world famous Marian shrine of Medjugorje, which is located south of the town Čitluk. Čitluk is connected to the major Bosnian cities via bus lines; the closest one is Mostar, only 20 km away. This municipality is one of the most developed parts of Bosnia and Herzegovina and due to the vicinity of Croatia and the Adriatic, and of course Medjugorje, its tourism has grown rapidly. Visit Neum, only 65 km away, or Dubrovnik, 130 km away, or Ploče, 40 km away from Čitluk, whether by car or public transportation.