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Route Sarajevo - Mostar

Route Sarajevo - Mostar

Although small, our country is rich in natural beauty and beautiful places that offer. This is confirmed by the world media, where some of the well-preserved Bosnia and Herzegovina’s pearls often appear.

This time it is a train ride on the route Sarajevo - Mostar, which was declared one of the most beautiful trips in Europe.

Traveling by train is an extraordinary experience, especially for those who enjoy pleasant and fast journeys followed by beautiful landscapes.

When traveling from Sarajevo to Mostar, a passenger has an opportunity to enjoy the green beauty of the Neretva River, whose expanse breaks right at the foot of mountains and broken cliffs.

CNN included this route on the recently published list of "The most beautiful European train journeys."

"The road between capricious Bosnia and its tourist pearl, beautiful Mostar, is impressive enough, but a two-hour train journey is a completely different level," they said.

Mostar is already ranked among the most beautiful European cities according to CNN, they mentioned its main feature, the Old Bridge, built by the Ottomans in the 16th century, which is said to be one of the most beautiful examples of Balkan Islamic architecture.

They stated that Mostar is their favourite destination in our country.

The ‘Talgo’ high-speed train was established in Bosnia and Herzegovina a few years ago. The train is scheduled twice a day from Sarajevo to Mostar and vice versa. The train departs from Sarajevo at 7:15 AM, and at 4:49 PM, while the departure from Mostar is at 6:36 AM and 5:39 PM.

The price of 11.90 KM for a regular ticket and 8.60 KM for a student ticket. The price is considered a real nothing compared to the experience you will enjoy during this ride.

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