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  • Mostar & Kravica Waterfall: Small Group Tour from Dubrovnik

    1. Mostar & Kravica Waterfall: Small Group Tour from Dubrovnik

    Depart Dubrovnik and journey in a small group to the border of Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina. Continue to the small coastal town of Neum, admiring the pretty scenery of the Adriatic coast along the way. Make your way to the Kravica Waterfalls complex to see the amazing tufa cascades of the River Trebižat drop 25 meters through the lush green forest. In the springtime the force of the water can be truly dramatic, whilst in the summer and fall the pools become shallow enough for a refreshing swim. Next, drive to the historic city of Mostar to explore the old town and see the famous Old Bridge over the Neretva River. Take a short walking tour with a local guide and learn more about the town and its monuments. Benefit from some free time to explore on your own and enjoy a local meal. Travel back to Dubrovnik and get dropped off at your pick-up point.

    This is a long tour = 12 hour day. Mostar can be hot in summer. Maria the tour guide does a great job with Dubrovnik Select Tours. Bus tends to be small, not so comfortable for long rides, but good value overall.

  • Dubrovnik: Kravica Waterfalls and Mostar Day Trip

    2. Dubrovnik: Kravica Waterfalls and Mostar Day Trip

    Start your journey in Dubrovnik and enjoy a less than 2-hour drive with your English-speaking driver. Discover the scenic routes of Croatia and across the border to Bosnia and Herzegovina. First, stop at the Kravica falls, one of the best-kept secrets of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The falls created by the river Trebizat provide a relaxing background for swimming and picnics in summer. Then, continue to your next stop, the city of Mostar. Join your local guide for a tour of the narrow cobblestone streets of the old town. Then marvel at the Old Bridge that crosses the river Neretva. Finally, stop at the medieval town of Počitelj, before going back to Dubrovnik.

    We were picked up from the hotel. The ride was comfortable and the driver Luka was wonderful. It was like a mini tour along the way during the drive. In Mostar Irfaan, our local guide, explained us about the history of the place and showed us the beautiful city. On our way back we stopped at the Kravice waterfall. Very serene and beautiful. Not many tourists.Overall a very memorable trip and highly recommended to anyone travelling to Croatia.

  • From Split: Mostar Tour with Kravica Waterfall

    3. From Split: Mostar Tour with Kravica Waterfall

    A scenic route takes you through picturesque villages of Bosnia and Herzegovina as you approach Počitelj. This small medieval town was built on a rocky cliff on the Neretva River and gives a great overview of the Ottoman Empire. Take a short ride to Mostar – a city from the past. Explore the city with a local guide, find yourself bedazzled at the sight of the famous Stari Most (Old Bridge), connecting two medieval towers, giving the city a widely recognizable visual identity. See young locals showing off their daredevil stunts. Cross the bridge to check out the Ottoman quarter, attractively restored after the War in the nineties. Check out the old Bazar, the Mosque and, after the walking tour, explore the city on your own. This city will inspire you with its oriental structured streets and buildings, friendly people, tasty food, and very distinctive coffee culture, which might remind yo...

    The trip to Mostar was a delight, as the historic city is beautiful, photogenic and provides a colorful change of landscape and culture, compared to Croatia, from the mosques, to the burek pastry and the Turkish coffee, served in cute little cups. In the morning a first stop was mode in Pocitelj, the first opportunity for a short hike, beautiful photos, and an enjoyable coffee break. The next stop was Mostar, where the temperature was really hot compared to Split. The local guide, Ana Maria, was really good at providing interesting and concise information about the history (old and new) of the place, as well as practical tips, and thus covering the introduction that should have been done by the Croatian guide (otherwise a funny guy), presumably. Border crossing was rather time consuming. On the way back to Split, a refreshing stop is made at Kravica waterfall. While the water is too cold for swimming, the scenery is lush and makes one forget about the hike back :-).

  • From Mostar: Herzegovina Full-Day Tour

    4. From Mostar: Herzegovina Full-Day Tour

    Discover the region of Herzegovina on a full-day tour from Mostar. Experience beautiful nature, extraordinary landscapes, historic sites, and charming towns. First, stop in the town of Blagaj where you will learn about its Ottoman culture and history. Visit the Buna river spring, the site of Vrelo Bune, which is a Sufi lodge built into the side of the cliff beside the source of the spring. Admire this marvel of Ottoman architecture and swim in the spring water. Next, travel to the town of Počitelj, a medieval town built next to River Neretva. Learn about the rich history of the town, meet locals, and taste fruits and vegetables that the little town is famous for. Take a short 15-minute hike to the fort overlooking the town for some fantastic 360-degree panoramic views of the region. Finally, travel to the Kravica Waterfall, located in the southwestern part of the region. Admire its 28...

    My guide RD was knowledgeable, enthusiastic, thoughtful and kind. He spoke very good English and was fun and interesting to be with. He was a great person, he showed me good sites that I would not have found on my own, and I really enjoyed spending the day with him

  • Bosnia & Herzegovina: Full-Day Tour from Dubrovnik

    5. Bosnia & Herzegovina: Full-Day Tour from Dubrovnik

    Depart Dubrovnik and, as you make your way along the Adriatic Coast, stop for a short break in Bosnia’s only coastal town: Neum. This is a great opportunity to pick up a souvenir or 2, or just relax in one of the cafes with a traditional coffee. Continue along the picturesque route to Pocitelj, where you will enjoy a walking tour of the heritage site and take in the striking landmarks including the hilltop fort and the Haji-Ali Mosque. The world-famous town of Mostar is the final stop on this Bosnia and Herzegovina tour. Known as a meeting point of different cultures and religions, the history here is varied. Stroll across the spectacular white-stone bridge and explore the blend of Moorish, Christian, and Muslim monuments that make up the town’s unique way of life.

    We booked this trip while staying at a hotel in Cavtat. The next day we had it confirmed by an agent online that we would be picked up from our hotel and didn’t need to make our way to Dubrovnik and it’s was confirmed this was going to happen. The day before the trip we received a mobile call to say we need to get to Dubrovnik and they wouldn’t be picking us up at our Cavtat hotel. This we did via a taxi. Lucky our driver for the trip did drop us off at our hotel. So our advice is if your not staying in Dubrovnik and don’t want the cost of having to book a taxi think before you book this trip. As for the trip it’s self it was fantastic and we both enjoyed it!

  • From Mostar: Scenic Private Transfer to Dubrovnik

    6. From Mostar: Scenic Private Transfer to Dubrovnik

    Enjoy a scenic private transfer between Mostar and Dubrovnik. The route has been carefully planned to allow for a variety of scenic stops along the way. Take the winding road through the mountains and see the best of the Bosnian countryside and the Dalmatian coast. Enjoy a coffee break in an old train station, now converted into a hotel with a gorgeous wine cellar. Head through abandoned villages, such as Zavala and Orahov Do, before crossing the border into Croatia.  Admire the picturesque coastal scenery, with sweeping views of the Croatian islands on the horizon. Finally be dropped at the doorstep of your accommodation in Dubrovnik, or at one of the city gates if you are staying in the walled old town.

  • From Mostar: Herzegovina Cities & Waterfall Day Tour

    7. From Mostar: Herzegovina Cities & Waterfall Day Tour

    Visit the most interesting sites in Herzegovina in just one day: take a 7-hour trip to 3 important cities in the region and visit a beautiful waterfall. After pickup at around 9:00 AM in Mostar, you’ll take a short 20-minute drive to Blagaj. Once there, take a 50-minute guided tour to discover the city and learn about the mystical lives of the whirling dervishes that used to live here. Then, take some free time to explore the area and walk to the source of the Buna river, which offers beautiful views of this whole site. Next, you’ll head to Žitomislići, also only a 20-minute car ride away. Meet Christian Orthodox monks and hear about how Bosnia and Herzegovina became the melting pot of many different religions. Take some more free time to explore the city before heading to your third city.   In Počitelj, you’ll get a detailed historical introduction to the city from your guide. Then, t...

    Great service from iTravel House. They even picked us up at the train station in Mostar. The train from Sarajevo arrives at 9.05 am (but plan on 9.15-9.30). Our guide spoke clearly and had lots of information about the history of Bosnia & Herzegovina. The sites were all interesting in their own right, though we found Blagaj and Kravica to be the most beautiful. There is quite a price discrepancy booking over Get Your Guide vs. booking on location - higher over Get Your Guide - and then there is an additional 7.5 Euro or 15 Mark fee for entries. It’s still a good deal, but Get Your Guide should work on price harmony. Would definitely recommend this trip and agency. iTravel House also offers a free walking tour of Mostar in the evening.

  • Authentic Tour Mostar, Medjugorje, Karavice - Farm To Table

    8. Authentic Tour Mostar, Medjugorje, Karavice - Farm To Table

    On day one, visit the world-famous Stari Most (Old Bridge), Mostar's indisputable visual focus. Its pale stone arch magnificently throws back the golden glow of the sunset or the tasteful night-time floodlighting. Explore Mostar, which is situated on the Neretva River and is the fifth-largest city in the country. On the way back, visit Medjugorje, a town located in the Herzegovina region of Bosnia and Herzegovina, around 25 km (16 mi) southwest of Mostar and close to the border with Croatia. The Trebižat river is the perfect setting for a relaxing boat ride in a traditional wooden boat. You'll admire beautiful natural surroundings and hear about old customs and traditions while having a drink. After an overnight stay, you will enjoy a culinary tour. Begin in the fields where you can pick organically grown crops and be part of the cooking experience. Menus vary from traditional pies whe...

  • Mostar & Počitelj Private Tour From Dubrovnik

    9. Mostar & Počitelj Private Tour From Dubrovnik

    After departure from Dubrovnik you will take a short break on the Dubrovnik bridge for some scenic photography of the town. Continue along the Adriatic coast while learning about the various sites that you encounter along your route. When the tour reaches the town of Neum you can take a break for shopping and morning coffee. The tour then proceeds through a picturesque delta of the River Neretva to the small town of Pocitelj. In Pocitelj you will have an opportunity for sightseeing and free time. Pocitelj is a beautiful cultural and historical site featuring structures from the 15th century. The tour will then proceed to Mostar. Through the centuries Mostar became the meeting point of various cultures and religions. During your sightseeing you will witness the imprint left by this varied history. Besides the Old Bridge, the symbol of the town, you have the chance to visit the Mosque of...

  • Trogir: Full Day Tour to Mostar and Kravice Waterfalls

    10. Trogir: Full Day Tour to Mostar and Kravice Waterfalls

    Discover the natural beauty of the Adriatic Coast on a guided full-day trip from Trogir. Head to Mostar, the first stop on the tour, where you'll take in the surrounding natural beauty and UNESCO World Heritage sites of ancient Ottoman architecture. Enjoy local music performed by artists in traditional dress while you try the popular spirit Rakija and sweet licitar heart cakes. Listen to the legend of Diva Grabovcheva, described by a local storyteller, and learn folk dances and local games. Fill up on a home-cooked meal, then bid farewell to your gracious hosts and head on to Kravice Waterfalls. A popular picnic and swimming area, you'll see why these are known as natural treasures of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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What people are saying about Mostar

Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 231 reviews

We booked this trip while staying at a hotel in Cavtat. The next day we had it confirmed by an agent online that we would be picked up from our hotel and didn’t need to make our way to Dubrovnik and it’s was confirmed this was going to happen. The day before the trip we received a mobile call to say we need to get to Dubrovnik and they wouldn’t be picking us up at our Cavtat hotel. This we did via a taxi. Lucky our driver for the trip did drop us off at our hotel. So our advice is if your not staying in Dubrovnik and don’t want the cost of having to book a taxi think before you book this trip. As for the trip it’s self it was fantastic and we both enjoyed it!

Especial thanks to the tour guide Dino,, he was amazing The other are the wonderful travelers I have met on the tour My only problem was that the amount of money I paid for the tour through get your guide was much more expensive than the agency

We had an amazing tour with Adin and Sanin. The coffee workshop was amazing. The day was really well spent and at your own pace. Could't have asked for anything better.

the best tour I have even had because the others were very nice

The tour and guide was excellent! I would highly recommend!