Mostar is situated on the banks of the River Neretva and is the cultural and economic center of Herzegovina. It is the largest city of the Herzegovina region and is considered one of the most beautiful cities in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The city was named after the bridge keepers (mostari) who in the medieval times guarded the Stari Most (Old Bridge) over the Neretva. In 2005, UNESCO inscribed the Stari Most and Mostar’s historic center onto the World Heritage List.
In November 1993, during the Bosnian civil war, the bridge was destroyed by artillery fire from Bosnian Croat forces. A major rebuilding project was undertaken to restore the bridge and nearby buildings that had also been damaged; the bridge reopened in 2004. The bridge and the surrounding area were added to UNESCO’s World Heritage list in 2005. The town served as a centre for crafts and trade, and its reconstructed coppersmith’s bazaar is a tourist attraction.
After breakfast trip to Virpazar which includes going to the Skadar Lake, the largest lake in the Balkans and the National Park. Board a boat and sail the lake. Have lunch with three kinds of fish. In the afternoon we…Book now
Sarajevo, the capital of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina, has been inﬂuenced by a number of cultures and civilizations over its long history. On your city tour, visit the Turkish Bazaar Baščaršija, Gazi Husrev-beg Mosque, the Olympic Stadium and…Book now
Discover two gems in Bosnia and Herzegovina on this trip from Split or Trogir. After a stop in the walled village Počitelj, take a walking tour of Mostar, a medieval town steeped in the Ottoman history. See the famous, 16th-century…Book now
After Počitelj we go to the highlight of the tour and the beauty of Herzegovina, the city of Mostar. There you will be greeted by a local English-speaking guide who will take you on an hour-long tour of the city.…Book now