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  • Mostar Full-Day Trip from Dubrovnik

    1. Mostar Full-Day Trip from Dubrovnik

    After departure from Dubrovnik you will take a short break on the Dubrovnik bridge for some scenic photography of the town. Continue along the Adriatic coast while learning about the various sites that you encounter along your route. When the tour reaches the town of Neum you can take a break for shopping and morning coffee. The tour then proceeds through a picturesque delta of the River Neretva to the small town of Pocitelj. In Pocitelj you will have an opportunity for sightseeing and free time. Pocitelj is a beautiful cultural and historical site featuring structures from the 15th century. Continuing to Medjugorje you will have more time for sightseeing and discovery. Medjugorje is a spiritual and religious site and is one of the most famous pilgrim destinations in the Catholic world. Since the apparition of Our Lady of Peace in 1981 this place has been visited by pilgrims and touris...

    The trip was so good! The organisers were super accommodating with pick ups and on time. We didn’t have any trouble getting through the borders. You go first to the waterfalls which a beautiful I think entry to that was 80kunas then we drove to Mostar. The walking tour there was ok. You go to another small town on your way back. Throughout the drive the driver is telling you all about the areas you are driving through which was great as we learnt so much

  • From Split: Mostar Tour with Kravica Waterfall

    2. From Split: Mostar Tour with Kravica Waterfall

    A scenic route takes you through picturesque villages of Bosnia and Herzegovina as you approach Počitelj. This small medieval town was built on a rocky cliff on the Neretva River and gives a great overview of the Ottoman Empire. Take a short ride to Mostar – a city from the past. Explore the city with a local guide, find yourself bedazzled at the sight of the famous Stari Most (Old Bridge), connecting two medieval towers, giving the city a widely recognizable visual identity. See young locals showing off their daredevil stunts. Cross the bridge to check out the Ottoman quarter, attractively restored after the War in the nineties. Check out the old Bazar, the Mosque and, after the walking tour, explore the city on your own. This city will inspire you with its oriental structured streets and buildings, friendly people, tasty food, and very distinctive coffee culture, which might remind yo...

    The trip to Mostar was a delight, as the historic city is beautiful, photogenic and provides a colorful change of landscape and culture, compared to Croatia, from the mosques, to the burek pastry and the Turkish coffee, served in cute little cups. In the morning a first stop was mode in Pocitelj, the first opportunity for a short hike, beautiful photos, and an enjoyable coffee break. The next stop was Mostar, where the temperature was really hot compared to Split. The local guide, Ana Maria, was really good at providing interesting and concise information about the history (old and new) of the place, as well as practical tips, and thus covering the introduction that should have been done by the Croatian guide (otherwise a funny guy), presumably. Border crossing was rather time consuming. On the way back to Split, a refreshing stop is made at Kravica waterfall. While the water is too cold for swimming, the scenery is lush and makes one forget about the hike back :-).

  • Mostar and Medjugorje: Full Day from Trogir or Split

    3. Mostar and Medjugorje: Full Day from Trogir or Split

    You’ll have the choice of departing from Trogir or Split on this full-day trip to the historical city of Mostar and the religious pilgrimage site of Medjugorje. In Mostar, your local tour guide will provide an introduction to the history of this city known as a window to the Orient. You’ll visit the old Bazaar, and admire the picturesque shops and workshops. See the city’s main mosque and then enjoy a walk across the famous 16th-century Turkish bridge, after which the town was named. You’ll have free time for shopping and the opportunity to taste authentic Bosnian specialties. Your second and final destination is the famous pilgrimage center in Medjugorje. For pilgrims and those who are looking for something spiritual there is a holy mass held, along with a visit to Apparition Mountain, where it is believed that the Virgin Mary made her first appearance to local children in 1981. Enj...

    This day tour exceeded our expectations, thanks to our guide Mile, the time on the road was as interesting as the tour itself. Mile shared a lot of interesting facts regarding Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, and in Mostar, we had an excellent guide sharing the city's history while guiding us through the old town. We had the opportunity to dine at an amazing restaurant called Tima-Irma an enjoyed a local mixed meat platter feast for two at very reasonable price. The Apparition Hill (a religious site) visit in Medjugorge was nice too, however this involves a bit of hiking on a rocky hill, which means proper footwear is recommended. The hike itself was worth it even for normal tourists. The tour lasted exactly 12 hours, border crossings were smooth and I thank the organisers for a well managed trip!

  • Bosnia & Herzegovina: Full-Day Tour from Dubrovnik

    4. Bosnia & Herzegovina: Full-Day Tour from Dubrovnik

    Depart Dubrovnik and, as you make your way along the Adriatic Coast, stop for a short break in Bosnia’s only coastal town: Neum. This is a great opportunity to pick up a souvenir or 2, or just relax in one of the cafes with a traditional coffee. Continue along the picturesque route to Pocitelj, where you will enjoy a walking tour of the heritage site and take in the striking landmarks including the hilltop fort and the Haji-Ali Mosque. The world-famous town of Mostar is the final stop on this Bosnia and Herzegovina tour. Known as a meeting point of different cultures and religions, the history here is varied. Stroll across the spectacular white-stone bridge and explore the blend of Moorish, Christian, and Muslim monuments that make up the town’s unique way of life.

    We booked this trip while staying at a hotel in Cavtat. The next day we had it confirmed by an agent online that we would be picked up from our hotel and didn’t need to make our way to Dubrovnik and it’s was confirmed this was going to happen. The day before the trip we received a mobile call to say we need to get to Dubrovnik and they wouldn’t be picking us up at our Cavtat hotel. This we did via a taxi. Lucky our driver for the trip did drop us off at our hotel. So our advice is if your not staying in Dubrovnik and don’t want the cost of having to book a taxi think before you book this trip. As for the trip it’s self it was fantastic and we both enjoyed it!

  • From Dubrovnik: Mostar and Kravice Waterfalls Day Tour

    5. From Dubrovnik: Mostar and Kravice Waterfalls Day Tour

    From the meeting point in Dubrovnik, you'll make your way to Mostar, a culturally and ethnically diverse city, famous for its historic UNESCO-protected Old Bridge (Stari Most) over the Neretva River. During your 3-hour visit to Mostar, you will enjoy a walking tour of the old city and have free time to relax and explore on your own. After taking the time to discover Mostar and sip some traditional Turkish coffee, you will head to Kravice Waterfalls on the Trebižat River. Enjoy a refreshing swim in its waters before heading back to Dubrovnik.

    It was a wonderful day but we had to pick up several people along the route. I did not like the fact that it was a large bus. The day before we went in a van to Bosnia and was better to get around and less hassle at the border because of more people to process. I would not take a large bus again. Mosel was beautiful

  • From Sarajevo: Mostar and Cities of Herzegovina Day Tour

    6. From Sarajevo: Mostar and Cities of Herzegovina Day Tour

    The starting point is usually in front of Info Bosnia Tourist Information Center located on main pedestrian street Ferhadija, just next to "Sarajevo Meeting of Cultures", but can be arranged from elsewhere, if requested. The first stop of the day is a short visit to Konjic, a unique, prehistorically inhabited place from which Herzegovina originates. It is famous for its 17th century 6-arch Old Bridge and a perfect introduction to the emerald-green Neretva river. Your journey then continues towards a restaurant famous for its homemade Pita (pie) that will satisfy your taste!  With a full stomach, continue towards the beautiful medieval and Ottoman stone-constructed fortified village Počitelj. On your arrival, take an easy hike towards the Kula, a silo-shaped fort overlooking the village from the top of the hill. It was used to house watchmen and military as a guard against possible intru...

    Great tour! You are seeing a lot. It’s a long drive though. Our guide Abdullah was superb - friendly, amazing driver etc.

  • From Mostar: Herzegovina Cities & Waterfall Day Tour

    7. From Mostar: Herzegovina Cities & Waterfall Day Tour

    Visit the most interesting sites in Herzegovina in just one day: take a 7-hour trip to 3 important cities in the region and visit a beautiful waterfall. After pickup at around 9:00 AM in Mostar, you’ll take a short 20-minute drive to Blagaj. Once there, take a 50-minute guided tour to discover the city and learn about the mystical lives of the whirling dervishes that used to live here. Then, take some free time to explore the area and walk to the source of the Buna river, which offers beautiful views of this whole site. Next, you’ll head to Žitomislići, also only a 20-minute car ride away. Meet Christian Orthodox monks and hear about how Bosnia and Herzegovina became the melting pot of many different religions. Take some more free time to explore the city before heading to your third city.   In Počitelj, you’ll get a detailed historical introduction to the city from your guide. Then, t...

    Great service from iTravel House. They even picked us up at the train station in Mostar. The train from Sarajevo arrives at 9.05 am (but plan on 9.15-9.30). Our guide spoke clearly and had lots of information about the history of Bosnia & Herzegovina. The sites were all interesting in their own right, though we found Blagaj and Kravica to be the most beautiful. There is quite a price discrepancy booking over Get Your Guide vs. booking on location - higher over Get Your Guide - and then there is an additional 7.5 Euro or 15 Mark fee for entries. It’s still a good deal, but Get Your Guide should work on price harmony. Would definitely recommend this trip and agency. iTravel House also offers a free walking tour of Mostar in the evening.

  • Mostar and Kravice Waterfalls: Day Trip from Dubrovnik

    8. Mostar and Kravice Waterfalls: Day Trip from Dubrovnik

    Depart Dubrovnik and continue to the crystal-clear waterfalls of Kravice, formed by the Trebizat River and now under state protection. Experience the beautiful shades of green and untouched nature. Follow the path of the Neretva River en route to Mostar. Admire how the river enriches the land and see tangerine and kiwi plantations. Upon arrival in Mostar, discover a city of contrasts, rich in culture and divided by the waters of the river. Take a guided city tour and get some free time to explore alone to learn about the mix of eastern and western cultures. After your free time in Mostar, depart for Dubrovnik and be dropped off at your place.

    Amazing trio, with an experienced and kind driver. Guide in Mostar was also fantastic. Definitely an unforgettable moment.

  • From Dubrovnik: 1-Way Tour to Sarajevo via Mostar and Konjic

    9. From Dubrovnik: 1-Way Tour to Sarajevo via Mostar and Konjic

    After getting picked up from your hotel, begin the journey across the border into Bosnia and Herzegovina, taking in views of the Croatian coastlines and historic towns along the way. Your first stop will be at the incredible Kravica Falls where you can enjoy a dip in refreshing emerald waters. After your swim, head to the fortified village of Počitelj for a walk to the top of an exhilarating hill where you will be rewarded with panoramic views of the Neretva Valley. Next, head to the gem of Herzegovina, Blagaj. Marvel at the beauty of this monastery located at the base of a cliff and on top of a picturesque lake. You can even take a boat ride into a cave for an authentic local experience. Your next stop is the world-famous city of Mostar. Wander around the city's cobbled streets and small shops to reach the stone masterpiece that is the Old Bridge. Here, enjoy a bite to eat at one of th...

    This was one of the best trips I have ever been on. Edis is the most knowledgeable, witty, caring guide you could ever meet. He went over and beyond to regale me many interesting and personal stories. I have been so looking forward to visiting Sarajevo since reading the novel 'The Cellist of Sarajevo' which was so beautifully descriptively written- Edis made this very personal, his father's experience of being shelled during the war his subsequent recovery and his massive efforts to be forgiving and reconcillary ....what a guy and what a son! Both are a force for good in this world. I'm humbled and proud that I was able to spend time you and learn first hand 'The Cellist of Sarajevo'

  • Split to Dubrovnik via Mostar: Private Day Trip

    10. Split to Dubrovnik via Mostar: Private Day Trip

    Drive for 2 hours to reach Mostar. The world-famous Stari Most (Old Bridge) is Mostar's indisputable visual focus. Its pale stone arch magnificently throws back the golden glow of the sunset or the tasteful night-time floodlighting. The bridge's swooping stone arch was originally built between 1557 and 1566 on the orders of Suleyman the Magnificent. Situated on the Neretva River and the fifth-largest city in the country, Mostar was named after the bridge keepers (mostari) who guarded the Stari Most (Old Bridge) over the Neretva in medieval times. The Old Bridge, built by the Ottomans in the 16th century, is one of Bosnia and Herzegovina's most visited landmarks, and is considered an exemplary piece of Islamic architecture in the Balkans. Wonder at the sites and take in the rich cultural history of this city.  Visit a family home in the village of Hardomilje and experience a way of life ...

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What people are saying about Mostar

We booked this trip while staying at a hotel in Cavtat. The next day we had it confirmed by an agent online that we would be picked up from our hotel and didn’t need to make our way to Dubrovnik and it’s was confirmed this was going to happen. The day before the trip we received a mobile call to say we need to get to Dubrovnik and they wouldn’t be picking us up at our Cavtat hotel. This we did via a taxi. Lucky our driver for the trip did drop us off at our hotel. So our advice is if your not staying in Dubrovnik and don’t want the cost of having to book a taxi think before you book this trip. As for the trip it’s self it was fantastic and we both enjoyed it!

The tour group was very small, just 5 passengers plus the driver, who also was the guide. The small number allowed us to get to know each other as well as gain insight into Bosnia and Herzegovina. It was a long day of touring, but it went by quickly. The driver actually gave us an option of seeing Kravice Falls or Medjugorje. He dropped me and one other passenger off at the falls, and took the other three to the pilgrimage site. Both our driver/guide and the tour guide in Mostar were very informative.

We had an amazing tour with Adin and Sanin. The coffee workshop was amazing. The day was really well spent and at your own pace. Could't have asked for anything better.

the best tour I have even had because the others were very nice

The tour and guide was excellent! I would highly recommend!