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"Pearls of Herzegovina: Blagaj
Kravice Waterfalls and Medjugorje Day Trip from Mostar""Pearls of Herzegovina: Blagaj Pocitelj Mogorjelo Kravice Waterfalls and Medjugorje Day Trip from Mostar""These are the places that you will visit in your day trip:Blagaj – The largest karst spring in EuropeThe small town called Blagaj is located 12 km south of Mostar. This is the largest karst spring in Europe and it gives rise to Buna River.
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Herzegovina Day Tour from Sarajevo
"Tour starts in Sarajevo but can be arranged from elsewhere if requested. First stop of the day is a short visit to the old part of Konjic town. Unique prehistorically inhabited famous for 17th century 6-arch Old Bridge looming over the turquoise Neretva river it is a day’s perfect start. Standing at the site of WW2's last day
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Mostar and Medjugorje Private Tour from Zadar
"Medjugorje has been an important Catholic pilgrimage site since 1981 when apparitions of the Virgin Mary were reported.On arrival you will visit Apparition Hill where the Virgin Mary is said to have appeared. The impressive cross on the hill’s summit makes the challenging climb well worth it. Depending on timing attend a service at St James Church or relax in the Garden of Contemplation. The last stop is the historic city of Mostar. A meeting point of cultures and religions for centuries Mostar is one of the most important towns in the Herzegovina region. Discover the symbol of the city at the Ottoman era Old Bridge. It stood for 427 years until it was bombed during the Balkan Wars and has now been lovingly restored to become one of the most exemplary pieces of Islamic architecture in the Balkans.You will also visit the Mosque of Mostar
From EUR600.00

More Off The Beaten Path in Mostar

Talk to Locals

A game I love to play is 'guess the nationality.' Whilst sitting at the local bar in Mostar watching people walk pass we tryed to guess where people are from, from their clothes and facial features....
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Gottsie
Aug 22, 2007

Prenj Mountains

Prenj Mountains were one of the basic logistic points of Partizans during World War II as it was surrounded by Neretva river and when the bridges on Neretva were demolished by Partizans it was...
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Dirim
Feb 25, 2007

Kravice waterfall

One hour drive from Mostar: Kravice waterfall. No entry. Mainly local people go there, only a few tourist. Enjoy the great view, nice sound and smooth, warm water! You can climb on the rocks, just be...
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ostia
Nov 24, 2006

"We love Bosnia and Hertzegovina"

The text on the side of the hill on the outskirts of the town used to say "Tito volimute" but has been changed into "BiH volimute", "We love Bosnia and Hertzegovina". The figure below the two words...
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tpk2
Nov 20, 2006

Tekija Blagaj: Dervish Monastery

A Dervish Monastery creviced into a mountain where the river Bruna flows out of a cliff. Built in the 15th century, this monastery was home to Dervish monks. There are lots of old scriptures inside...
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Khalsa
Oct 09, 2006

Parts of old brige

On my way from the appartment to downtown Mostar, I came upon this part of the old bridge, laying on the grass. The bridge was restored a couple of years ago, to the same look it used to have.(I will...
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Rusket
Apr 18, 2006
 
 
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They all died in 1992

In the street where we stayed, in the croatian part of Mostar, there is a muslim graveyard. They all died in 1992, and not many of them were old. The youngest one I saw was five years old, many of...
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Rusket
Apr 18, 2006

Traces of war in Mostar

During the civil war Mostar was occupied.Many houses were disturbed and many peoples died.Mostar is still a ethnic mixed city.Nothing has changed except the country which it belongs to.The people live...
Tobias_Plieninger
Nov 19, 2005

10000 Liters water spread in one second

20 km near Mostar there is one of the biggest Karst Sources in Europe.If you want to drink some clear water you should bring your bottles with.It is a very nice place.There are also some restaurants...
Tobias_Plieninger
Nov 19, 2005

Blagaj - beautiful historical site and coffee

Just some 10 km from Mostar to the south you have to see the source of the river Buna. Powerful stream of deeply green, cold and absolutely clean water (drinking it from the silver orientaly carved...
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Branimir
Apr 09, 2005

Nice nature, but OH SO HOT!

If you have the possibility to go by car, then why not take a trip up on the mountains. The view from there, over Mostar, is absolutely great! If you are interested in the birdlife, you might see some...
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Emica
Mar 19, 2005

Beware of speeding!

It seemed that there were a lot of cops on the road from Croatia to Mostar looking to catch speeding forigners(limit is at 60KMH !!) be quite careful as there is an on the spot fineBy the way Mostar...
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Hynesite
Jan 19, 2005

Trip to blagai

If you happen to stay overnight in Mostar... a very recommendable day trip would be to visit Blagai, home of a dervish shrine of a branch of Sufi Islam and also source of a spring with several...
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travelife
Jun 24, 2004

Bruce Lee

In the Croatian edition of Playboy, number 72 from November 2003, I found interesting text. I'll try to translate the first part.The cultBRUCE LEEDRAGON OF BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINAMonument of Little...
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Prasnjavi
Apr 01, 2004

Top Hotels in Mostar

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Onescukova 23, Mostar 88104, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Lazetica 13, Mostar, 88000, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Dr. Ante starcevica 66, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzego
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Celebica 18, Mostar, 88104, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Osman Dikica 41, Mostar, 8800, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Franje Milicevica 39, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Top Things to Do in Mostar

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Old Bridge - Stari Most

Stari Most, a reconstruction of a 16th-century Ottoman bridge, commissioned by Suleiman the Magnificent in 1557 and build by Mimar Hayruddin and destroyed only in 1993. The reconstruted bridge opened...
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Koski Mehmed Pasha Mosque

There exist no practice to charge the entrance into mosque but Mostar as an touristy town is exception. The entrance to the Koski Mehmed-pasha mosque will be charged 2 euros, and besides, it is not...
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Old Town

Mostar is a small town easy to walk around, except in high season , when there are to many tourists. Besides the Old Brigde (Stari Most), the Koski Mehmed Pasha Mosque, Kara?oz Bey Mosque and a few...
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Kujundziluk

Mostar is a town divided by the Neretva river, and on both the west and east banks there are narrow streets of craft & (now) souvenir shops. Originally Kujundz'iluk was the working & trading...
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Neretva River

The river has very striking shade of green color. You are likely to see people fishing in it; you may even see young men diving into it from the bridge. The river was one of another attractions in the...
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Turkish House

Kajtaz house was built betwen 16th and 17th century. The original form is preserved, The first thing that you notice as soon as you enter is the high wall around the house which was not thought to...
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croisbeauty

"Mostar again"
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pure1942

"Mostar - Bosnia and Herzegovina"
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Prasnjavi

"The heart of Herzegovina"
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HORSCHECK

"Mostar - A bridge between east and west"
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acemj

"Healing in Mostar"
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