Mostar is a city in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is located on the banks of the Neretva River and is the cultural and economic center of Herzegovina, and also the largest city in Herzegovina. The Neretva is bridged by the Old Bridge, which together with the old town has been on the UNESCO list of protected cultural heritage since 2005, while the original bridge was built by the Turks in 1566. It was destroyed in the 1993 war. There are many sights to visit in Mostar, such as the Cathedral of Mary the Mother of the Church, the Old Bridge Museum, Muslibegović House (declared a National Monument of BiH), then Kajtaz House (probably the oldest preserved house in this city) Hamam Museum ) and many others. Mostar is a city divided into two parts, the western Croat part and the eastern Bosniak part.
The trip takes about 2.30 hours
The wait in Mostar takes about 4 hours
Full day trip, and the price includes a comfortable and air-conditioned vehicle, a driver with knowledge of the language, fuel, tolls, all taxes and fees.