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Get to Ljubuški

Ljubuški is 35 kilometers from Mostar, going via Čitluk. If you take a daily public Globtour bus from the Mostar Bus Station West, it takes around one hour to get to Ljubuški. One-way ticket is 5 KM. 

There is no public bus transportation in Ljubuški, but taxi is available for hire. Ljubuški is also well-connected with Croatia, because daily buses from Sarajevo to Split, from Zagreb to Čapljina, from Dubrovnik to Vinkovci and from Sarajevo to Grude all stop in Ljubuški. 

The nearest train stations are in Čapljina (15 kilometers away) and in Mostar (30 kilometers away). The nearest airports are in Mostar (30 kilometers away), Sarajevo (140 kilometers away), Split, Croatia (160 kilometers away) and Dubrovnik, Croatia (150 kilometers away).

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