Transfer in Mostar
As you travel through the Balkan Peninsula, you will encounter cities built among the architectural monuments of bygone empires. Mostar is one of those places in Bosnia and Herzegovina. People come here to walk through the ancient streets, enjoy the local scenery and buy Souvenirs and other things in the Eastern Bazaar. Mostar's Muslim and Christian attractions are connected by the Old bridge over the Neretva river, after which the town is named. The sad legacy of the Bosnian war also drives some tourists here: there are still many buildings with traces of bullets and shells.
How to get to Mostar depends on your plans. There is no airport. The trip from Sarajevo by car will take 2 hours, it is even slower by train. From the airports of Dubrovnik and split, Croatian cities, the road will also take a little-only 2.5 hours. Book a transfer from anywhere to get to the city without any hassle.
Acquaintance with the city should begin with the legendary bridge over the Neretva. Take a photo of the river valley unique landscape, where medieval buildings stand on the rocky banks. In the XVII century, the locals started a tradition: diving from a 30-meter height to and demonstrate their courage and to get money from the admiring crowd. Nowadays every year athletes from all over the world come here to compete in high diving.
It is up to you what to see in Mostar. If you are a history buff go to the local museum or explore the Ottoman quarter of the XVII century. Muslibegovic House is a 300-year-old landmark, now a hotel divided into separate rooms for men and women. Household items and interior will introduce you to the life of the Turkish nobility. Go to the mosque Koski, from the observation deck of the minaret you take panoramic pictures of the city.
If you are interested in dark tourism, then you will be interested in the history of the Sniper Tower. On the West Bank of the river stands the old building of the former Bank, overlooking the whole city. Croatian snipers brought made this place infamous during the Bosnian war. The entrance is officially closed, but once inside, you will find a lot of drawings and graffiti. The tower even has a rating on trip-advisor.
The weather in Mostar is especially favourable to walks and to travels in late spring and early autumn. Winter is much cooler. There is a 25-meter waterfall Kravice 40 kilometres from the city in the national reserve. Tourists come here to plunge themselves into the clear lake and test their strength, standing under the falling water. Rent a car with a driver in Mostar for a day and go to the waterfall, from there travel to the Adriatic coast of the neighbouring Croatia.