Apartments Konak

Marsala Tita 125, Mostar, 88000, Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Apartments Konak
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    Excellent Location.


    We stayed just one night in the Apartments Konak but wished we had booked longer. We walked to the apartments from the bus station. Exit the bus station onto Marsala Tita. Facing towards the river, go left and walk straight for around 15 minutes. The apartments are very close to the old bridge area. They are well signposted.

    The room we were given was spotlessly clean. It had a comfortable living-room with an excellent and very welcome air conditioner. There was a kitchen area with cooker, sink, fridge and all the crockery, cutlery etc you need to cook for yourself. The bedroom had two single beds. Mine was fine. My husband's was a bit creaky.

    The bathroom was clean and the shower had plenty of hot water.

    A father and daughter ran the apartments. They were both helpful and friendly. The daughter spoke good English. There were free maps and tourist information leaflets available by the entrance.

    The location of the apartments was excellent; very close to the main sights, restaurants, bakeries, supermarkets. Despite being central it was lovely and quiet at night.

    We really enjoyed our stay here and would happily stay here again.

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Forum Posts

Cost of car from Mostar to Dubrovnik

by kevinq

How much was the ride from Mostar to Dubrovnik? Also, any interesting places or things to do in Mostar?

Re: Cost of car from Mostar to Dubrovnik

by MacedonianUK

Libertas Bus will take you directly to Dubrovnik check their website
for timetables and tel number for booking and prices.

Re: Cost of car from Mostar to Dubrovnik

by mitata

All the must see place is in walking distance and there is a tourism bureau in Mostar main bus station, you can get maps and other staff from there.

Re: Cost of car from Mostar to Dubrovnik

by moonset

do u mean to rent a car with "cost of car"?..if so, last year someone told us not to rent a car cause we can face some difficulties at frontier (although it's a "weak" probability-but i dont know the truth) i think u must check it if u are thinking about it.

Travel Tips for Mostar

Crazy Product Names

by antistar

The Balkans provides rich pickings for puerile imaginations like mine, especially in the supermarket. I embarrassed everyone by getting my camera out to snap the pot of frozen Slag cream in Mostar. In England, slag is an offensive term for a loose woman. To make matters worse this pot of slag was sitting in a pile of Bumm cream. In England "bum" is another word for ass. Not the most appealing names!


by travelife

Civil-war brought much of youh death in this town. The wound is still raw which is understandable seeing the fresh flowers on the graves in this new cemetery. The Green color which symbolizes Islam is a feature of religious identification.

Old Town and Kujundziluk


Mostar's old town is situated around the Old Bridge.

The most important street of this area is the cobbled Kujundziluk alley on the east bank of the river. It used to be an old bazaar, where the local goldsmiths offered their products.

Nowadays it is dominated by all kinds of souvenir shops, street merchants and tourist cafes. The history of many of these buildings here dates back to the 16th century.

Bosnia or Hercegovina?

by travelife

Though Mostar is geographically located in Herzegovinah, Slavic Muslims would tend to identify themselves as Bosniak thus, bringing them in line with the majority. This identity crisis has also been felt in neighboring Serbia or Montenegro or even in Macedonia where Muslims tend to identify them either as Bosnians or as Serbian / Montenegrin / Macedonian. The Croats essentially identify them as Croatian and Croatian currency is accepted on the other side of the town alternatively.

Wander around the old town

by mel_bee

Walk around the old town and visit the Turkish house and the mosque. Being in a restaurant at night on the banks of the river with the ruins of the bridge lit up and watching traditional Bosnian music and dancers whilst eating local specialities.


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