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Old Bridge Area of the Old City of Mostar

Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Reviewed yesterday

We only went to the historic part of Mostar which consisted of a very narrow roadway lined with cafes and shops leading to the famous bridge which has been rebuilt after the recent war. At times the bridge was very crowded but wait and you...More

Thank gillgreenwood
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This area is wonderful to look at day and a welcoming quite place after a night in one of the local bars. The shore is flat enough to put your feet in the water and get a fresh pause from Mostars summer heat.

Thank Stephan H
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

East does meet west here in Mostar. Vantage points of how different religions are competing with each other. All you gave to do is look up and around. Size of churches in competition. I enjoyed walking in this area. I was horrified by the trash...More

Thank Shari W
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Mostar is a very speacial place with its historic nature and dramatic civil war。Here in this town many people suffered。Tears became the parts of the river。I loved the feeling of city。Quiet ,clean ,speacial ❤️ Thanks Mostar 🇹🇰

Thank Ugur K
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Must place to visit, of course has the iconic stari most Bridge. But plenty of café and restaurants around for food and drinks. Prices were quite cheap. Of course there are the usual souvenir shops. They will also accept Croatian money and euros.

Thank thd007
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

No words...just visit and see and feel for yourself..the warm hearts of the Mostar people. Kind, smiling...and a fantastic place to spend a few days..stroll around, taste the food, drink a beer.

Thank Jurgen S
Reviewed 1 week ago

We were driving back from Dubrovnik to Sarjevo and wanted to spend a few hours in Mostar before making it back to the city. Immediately, we fell in love with this town! The people were so friendly and were very welcoming. There were lots of...More

Thank digitalman737
Reviewed 1 week ago

The whole area in the old town, is now virtually devoted to tourism.. From the little trinket shops, bars and cafes, to watching the shop keepers at work making jewelry, the lovely cobbled streets, and of course the bridge... But look deeper, just outside the...More

Thank alisdair t
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is an interesting diversion from Dubrovnik since it is so different from the city. It has a fascinating history and you should get a guide to take you through the city. However its very small and takes no time to walk through. There are...More

1  Thank RoBertie
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The uneven slippery stone path means flat comfy and rubber safe shoes. No heels. Shops selling interesting copper and silver turkish wares. Very colourful. The bridge is the centrepiece. The shops on both sides of the path and on both sides of the bridge add...More

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