Money savors


The shop I bought the sugar holder (15KM) and plate (15KM) for hanging on the wall. The prices can vary depend on the shops and their owners. Feel free to bargain. Personally I hate doing this, but some vendors tend to charge ridiculously high for tourists. At least the man in this shop was quite nice.

Brkanić
Vedad Kazandžiluk 18A, Sarajevo
033 232 950
061 270 655

zeljovendetta@hotmail.com

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My charger broke because I forgot to connect it to a converter. I went to a few shops to find an affordable charger. The cheapest was around 30KM. I found this one electronic shop on Maršala Tita and bought a charger for only 15KM. I’ve had it for a few months and used it a few times. It still works.

Electronic Centar
Maršala Tita 1
Working hour: 9 – 5

Travelling by train, you will not be able to see the awesome landscape as if you would on a bus. The rails are in the lower levels, thus your view is blocked by the surrounding mountains.

There is only one early train at 6:25 in the morning and returns at 5:55. It takes about 2.30 to 3 hours to get to Mostar. A roundtrip ticket costs 16KM, which is cheaper than a bus ticket. There are many busses departing to Mostart starting around 7 a.m.

If you go to Mostar for only one day, then take the earliest train or bus you can. The first time I went to Mostar, it was a whimsical decision without planning. The bus arrived Mostar at at 2 p.m. and I had to leave at 6 because it is the last bus belong to the company from which I bought my ticket). The guy whom I met on the bus got to stay longer since he bought a one-way ticket and could choose whenever to leave from Mostar.