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Medjugorje: The Hill of the Virgin Mary - Private Tour from Dubrovnik
"Known for being one of the most popular prayer centers in the world Medjugorje is the perfect destination for anyone looking for a spiritual experience. Located in Bosnia and Herzegovina this small village has been visited by millions of people around the world looking to encounter one of the most miraculous supernatural events of our time. According to legend the Virgin Mary has appeared on several occasions since June of 1981. It is said that this apparition is known to send messages to several visionaries who state that they receive them as often as every month. This trip allows believers to embark on a remarkable religious pilgrimage
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"Kravice Waterfalls
"Kravice Waterfalls Počitelj Old Town and Blagaj Tekke Day Trip from Mostar""This trip presents a combination of all nature beauties cultural and heritage sites that Herzegovina has to offer in just one day. The tour is flexible in terms of picking you up meeting point and starting time. Trip includes visit to Kravice waterfall the pearl of Herzegovina. During the summer days stunning waterfall of Trebižat river
From $60.00
 
"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.
From EUR63.00

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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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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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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 area of...
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Turkish House

This house is a small and modest museum, where you may see in detail the furniture, and the uses of its old owners. Maybe too much detail - the long visit and the succession of visitors turn the...
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Crooked Bridge - Kriva Cuprija

In the old town part of Mostar there is a very similar bridge to the more famous Stari Most. It is called Krive Most ("sloping" or "crooked"). Why is so similar. When the Ottoman architects decided to...
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Karadjoz Bey Mosque

Once, Mostar had a mosque built in 1557. The war destroyed it, and men reconstructed it, being now proud to show it. It's now a simple and modest building, the best of it being the yard and gardens,...
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Karadozbegova Mosque

Mosque is a sacred place and in the Islamic religion can be only used for worship of God (Allah). The mosque is entered with pure and clean mind and body, and of course, in appropriate clothing,...
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Radobolja River

While the green-blue Neretva river steals all the plaudits in Mostar, there is another aquatic beauty in Mostar which runs form west to east into the Neretva. The narrow Radobolja river divides onto...
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See the War Relicts

One of the many unnessary wars, 1992 tensions between Croats and Bosniaks increased in early 1993 the Croat Bosniak war escalated and Mostar did become a divided city, the western part dominated by...
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Hilltop Cemetery

We were looking for the Old Orthodox Church and went the wrong way and ended up in this stunning Christian cemetery with spectacular views over Mostar. The cemetery was well-kept, colourful and very...
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Parks

Back near the cultural centre there was a pleasant park located between Nikole Subica Srinjskog and Kralja Tvrtka. This was not marked on our map as a sight but it was pleasant for a stroll or a seat....
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Bombed Out Buildings

Near the exit to the park there was a bombed out building filled with discarded bottles and rubbish but covered with really beautiful graffiti. We had a look but did not venture inside as it is...
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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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"The heart of Herzegovina"
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