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There is a motorway from Zagreb all the way to Ploce 20 km from Komarna. From there go in direction Dubrovnik.
Komarna is just off the main North-South highway (E65) that runs along the coast. It is 70 km north of Dubrovnik and 120 km south of Split.
Check Hrvatski Autoclub for information about traffic, road conditions, ferries etc.
There is again auto train from Hamburg to Villach in Austria: Urlaubs-Express link.
Ferry connections to Croatian and inside Croatia with Jadrolinija Ferries
Agent for four different companies operating between Italy and Croatia
SNAV ferry's operate from Pescara in Italy, Ancona and Civitanova to a number of ports in Croatia.
There are several options if you want to fly to an airport close to Komarna.
Dubrovnik Airport is convenient. There are plenty of flights coming in and good bus connections to Dubrovnik bus station and from there to Komarna. All busses towards Split, Zagreb and Sarajevo passes Komarna.
Split Airport, which is also very well connected to the outside world. There are frequent bus connections that go South (busses running between Dubrovnik and Split pass by Komarna).
Mostar in Herzegovina. Mostar Airport is close to Komarna but there are few flights coming into this airport.
Tivat Airport in Monte Negro is 120 km from Komarna. From there you could rent a car. The car rental prices is about the same as in Croatia. Remember to check that you have an original green card (insurance) with the car.
There are often good prices for tickets to Sarajevo airport. Distance to Komarna is 180 km. There is also several busses from Sarajevo. The ride takes about three hours. The best way to get from the airport to the bus station is by taxi.
When I fly into Croatia my preferred Car rental is Economy Car Rentals - they have by far the best prices.
Whenever renting a car always check that you have the original green insurance paper in the car. Photo copies are not accepted at the border stations.
Intercity busses run often during the day-time from the central bus terminals in Split and Dubrovnik.
Zagreb Bus Station Timetables. Covers all of Croatia.
Dubrovnik Bus Terminal Tel. +385 20 357 020; +385 060 305 070
If you arrive by train you are most likely to arrive at Split Station about 120 km. North of Komarna. Catch a bus heading for Dubrovnik from the bus station by the harbour.
Central Bus Station in Split Tel. +385 21 329 180; +385 060327 777
There is also a train connection to Ploce, 20 km from Komarna. The train comes from Sarajevo where there are connections to Zagreb and to Budapest. From Ploce railway station, you can catch a bus towards Dubrovnik and jump of in Komarna, 20 km from Ploce.
Croatian train schedules - with on-page link to German Bundesbahn schedule
Always bring your passport and your insurance papers for the car.
The passport is important because Bosnia-Herzegovina is just eight kilometers down the road, and you will have to pass the border on your way to Dubrovnik. Herzegovina borders are everywhere when you drive around. You can look at a map and think that you might avoid crossing the border. Do not rely on it. You might have to backtrack if you did not bring the passport. Avoid the small local border crossings. They are only open to local people who live close to that border. In 2022, we expect that the bridge from Komarna to Peljesac peninsular will open, and then you can bypass Neum and Bosnia-Herzegovina when going to Dubrovnik.
Taxi and Transportation Service Dubrovnik is a company in Dubrovnik that can assist with all sorts of transportation needs.
Neum: +387 9884 6978 or +387 65 594 810. There are two taxi in Neum with very little to do. If they can understand you, they will come. Try to say "Komarna" and maybe "Apartmani Bili" (best known apartments). That ought to do the job.
Metkovic: Taxi Mario +385 98 459 275. Use it if you are going to Metkovic (they will be unhappy if they drive all the way out here just to take you to Klek).
The busses may not stop if you do not flag them down. Wave your hand. Just standing at the bus stop might not be enough.