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Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Located on the bank of the Neretva River, Mostar is the administrative center of Herzegovina canton and the second largest city in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The historic town of Mostar is the most beautiful town in Bosnia and Herzegovina; the Old Bridge Area and Mostar’s old town were proclaimed a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Mostar is a bilingual town, divided by the Neretva River, Croats live on the western part of the Neretva and Muslims on the eastern side.  

Mostar - Old Town
Mostar - Old Town
 

Mostar Attractions

The historic town of Mostar, spanning a deep valley of the Neretva River, developed in the 15th and 16th century as an Ottoman frontier town and during the Austro-Hungarian period in the 19th and 20th centuries.

Mostar has long been known for its old Turkish houses and Old Bridge, Stari Most, after which it is named. In the 1990 conflict, however, most of the historic town and the Old Bridge, designed by the renowned architect, Sinan, were destroyed.

The Old Bridge was recently rebuilt and many of the edifices in the Old Town have been restored or rebuilt with the contribution of an international scientific committee established by UNESCO.

The Old Bridge area, with its pre-Ottoman, eastern Ottoman, Mediterranean and western European architectural features is an outstanding example of a multicultural urban settlement.

The reconstructed Old Bridge and Old City of Mostar is a symbol of reconciliation, international cooperation and of the coexistence of diverse cultural, ethnic and religious communities. 

Mostar most famous cultural events are the Bridge Jumper Festival and the Summer Festival with traditional dances, music etc. 

Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina
 


Accommodation in Mostar

Hotels, hostels, pensions in Mostar

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Mostar Apartments Garden Apartments Gardens Mostar, Bosnia And Herzegovina
We are located in the center of town, five minutes walking distance from old town (old bridge) and just one street away from famous mouseum (Turkish house). More Info

Apartments Konak Mostar BosniaApartments Konak Mostar, Bosnia And Herzegovina
Welcome to apartments "KONAK", which are placed in the Mostar city, 50 meters distanced from the "Old br More Info

Hostel Zdrava Mostar Bosnia HerzegovinaHostel & Apartments Zdrava Hrana Mostar, Bosnia And Herzegovina
'Zdrava Hrana' is located in the old part of the city Mostar in the locality called Brankovac. From the main city street it is only 100m More Info

Mostar Hostel MiranHostel Miran Mostar, Bosnia And Herzegovina
Hostel Miran is located 2 minutes from bus and train station. Our hostel is one of the cheapest, quiet and friendly place in the centre of city. More Info

Hostel Nina Mostar HerzegovinaHostel Nina Mostar, Bosnia And Herzegovina
Hostel Nina is located in attractive part of Old Town only 2 minutes walk to the Old Bridge, providing clean and comfortable accommodation to traveler More Info

Hotel Old Town Mostar Bosnia and HerzegovinaHotel Old Town Mostar, Bosnia And Herzegovina
Newly opened hotel 'OLD TOWN' is located in the heart of historical cetre of Mostar... More Info

Majdas Rooms MostarMajdas Rooms Mostar, Bosnia And Herzegovina
This is the place for you that want to meet other travellers as well as get a home-away-of-home-feeling in your travelling. You get full info about the town and it's surroundings so you don't miss a thing. We even organize trips More Info

Mostar Inn Bosnia HerzegovinaMostar-inn Mostar, Bosnia And Herzegovina
Our proeprty is in a new building adn we offere nice and comfortable rooms (AC, cable TV, WC-bathroom, Internet connections, restaurant and garage). More Info

Muslibegovic House MostarNational Monument Muslibegovic House Mostar, Bosnia And Herzegovina
Muslibegovica House is National Monument of Bosnia It is one of Mostar's most precious architectural treasures constructed 300 years ago. More Info

Oriental House Mostar Bosnia HerzegovinaOriental House Mostar,Bosnia And Herzegovina
The property is 4 rooms in authentice style very beautiful. You have garden in the part and we can seve coffee, diner, breakfas More Info

Pansion Grcia Andy MostarPansion Gracia i Andy Mostar, Bosnia And Herzegovina
In our extra modern pansion you will get top service and very kind staff. All apartmans are equipped with all technical assets required in all modern European pansions More Info

Pansion Lombrell Mostar Bosnia HerzegovinaPansion Lombrelle Mostar, Bosnia And Herzegovina
Our pansion 'Lombrelle' is located in the centre of the city Mostar. We are only few minutes from the More Info

Pansion Rose Mostar Bosnia HerzegovinaPansion Rose Mostar, Bosnia And Herzegovina
Pansion Rose is just a couple of minutes from the core of the old town and Old bridge. More Info

Villa Sara Mostar Bosnia HerzegovinaVila Sara Mostar, Bosnia And Herzegovina
Vila Sara offers newly renovated and clean rooms with 30 beds choose from 2, 3 and 4 bedrooms. More Info

Villa Mostar Bosnia and HerzegovinaVilla Mostar Mostar, Bosnia And Herzegovina
Villa Mostar, an oasis of tranquility, placed between the most beautiful city square Musala and the city center with the inspiring river Neretva underneath its terraces, welcomes you to the city of Mostar. More Info


Excursions around Mostar

The quaint oriental-style town, Pocitelj is located about half an hour's drive from Mostar, less than 30km south on the M-17 road towards the Adriatic. The Hadzi-Alija Mosque has been reconstructed as well as the Sisman-Ibrahimpasina medresa and the Gavran Kapetanovic house, all of which are open to visitors.

Neretva is a river and a picturesque river canyon located primarily in Bosnia and Herzegovina originating deep in the Dinaric Alps. The total length of the river is 225 km, of which 203 km are in Herzegovina, and the final 22 km-long part, where the Neretva forms a delta, belongs to Croatia.

Sarajevo

Capital of Bosnia-Hercegovina, Sarajevo is the meeting place of diverse cultures. Ferhadija Street, the city’s pedestrian mall, is today lined with charming cafés, restaurants and shops sporting world-famous brands. The city’s most fascinating area is Baščaršija, the bazaar quarter, in whose shops all the goods normally to be found in a Moslem bazaar can be found.

Sutjeska National Park

Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina

 
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