Bosnia & Herzegovina: Full-Day Tour from Dubrovnik
- Transportation included
- Skip the ticket line
- Duration: 11 hours
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The driver picked us up from just outside our Airbnb apartment. The bus was well air conditioned and we stopped off in 4 different places in Bosnia including Mostar and Kravica waterfalls. The tour was very informative and the guides were extremely friendly and had a laugh with everyone on the trip. Was worried about crossing the boarders as I had heard it was time consuming however our guide sorted everything out for us. Extremely worth the money, was one of the best trip experiences, such an interesting place with lots to see. Would highly recommend!
We were picked up on time by a very friendly driver with good English. The tour ran smoothly and even though there were many check points to go through we didn't wait long at any of them. The driver stopped for convenience stops and made sure that the facilitaties were clean. The driver was very informative and spoke of personal experiences during the war. Mostar is beautiful and we'll worth visiting.
Marko was an excellent guide and asked us what we wanted to do and how long which was great. There were 6 of us in the group and we each had an amazing time regardless of the thu get storm we had. We went right through borders without a car in front of us each time and got to really enjoy the cities. The weather was horrible but Marko got us back safety as well. An amazing trip!
This was an awesome experience! We really enjoyed the waterfalls and if it was earlier in the season we would have wanted more time so we could swim. Mostar was good, there was time for lunch and wandering through a very large market, they refused to barter their prices. We really like the last little village, the fresh fruit was delicious and the people were friendly.
Mostar was a beautiful town, it is worth paying the extra 2 Euro to go to the gallery for the history presentation regarding the bridge. Wear good shoes as the bridge is very slippery. Take Euro as currency works out cheaper than using Kuna if coming from Croatia. Bad part you spend a lot of time in a bus waiting at 4 different border crossing.