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Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Mostar
 

Facts about Bosnia and Herzegovina

Area: 51,129 sq km

Population: 4 359 800

Capital: Sarajevo

Other major cities: Zenica, Tuzla, Mostar, Banja Luka, Bihac, Travnik

Currency: Convertible Mark (KM)

Language: Bosnian, Serbian, Croatian

Telephone country code: 00 387

Time Zone: GMT/UTC +1

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TOP Destinations in Bosnia and Herzegovina

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. More...

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.More...

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.More...

Although its only a tiny strip of the gorgeous Adriatic, Neum has become a major seaside resort. Ideally located between Split and Dubrovnik and just a short distance to Mostar and Medugorje, Neum is an inexpensive holiday spot.More...

Sutjeska National Park is one of Bosnia and Herzegovina's oldest national parks. It is famous for the Partisan victory over the Germans in WW II and there are large stone monuments commemorating the event. The park itself is 17,500 hectares of magnificent and untouched wilderness.More...


World Heritage Sites 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.More...

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