There are several options when travelling to Medjugorje, as Bosnia & Herzegovina is quite central to many major travel hubs including Dubrovnik & Split in Croatia. You can take an overnight train or bus from many European cities to reach Medjugorje in Bosnia & Herzegovina.
Medjugorje is only a very small town and finding your way around is not that difficult. All you need to do is just follow the other pilgrims on their way into the centre! If you don't feel like walking though, the best method to get around town is by one of the many Medjugorje taxisof which we have listed various contacts below. However, don't expect a receipt when using one of the Medjugorje taxis parked alongside St. James Church!
If you would like to fly to Medjugorje the closest airports to fly into are the Dubrovnik Airport or the Split Airport, or better the Sarajevo International Airport. There is a local airport but this is mainly used for charter and domestic flights.
Of course, we are local to Medjugorje and can provide any other advice or assistance, including tickets and timetables of buses to Medjugorje! Visit our Contact Us page for more details.
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For transport from the airport to the city (or from the city to the airport), we recommend Medjugorje airport transfers offered by Green Path Transfers, who offer eco-friendly airport transfers in hundreds of destinations around the world.