Bosnian National Monument Muslibegovic House Hotel

Address: Osman Dikica 41 , Mostar, 8800, Bosnia and Herzegovina | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on Osman Dikica 41 , Mostar, is near Old Town (Stari Grad), Sarajevo History Museum, Cathedral of Jesus' Heart (Sarajevo Cathedral), and Svrzo House.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsBosnian National Monument Muslibegovic House Hotel Mostar

    Reviewed by jonkinne

    Muslibegovic House - Outstanding!

    Reviewed Sep 28, 2014
    by (1 review) , United States Flag of United States

    This was one of the nicest places we stayed on our entire trip. The staff was very welcoming, the rooms were tastefully decorated and the breakfast was extensive and delicious. The proprietress led us on a fascinating tour of the property and helped us understand the complex interplay of the Orthodox, Muslim and Catholic religions that has shaped the history of this war-torn land.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    Reviewed by pwong

    A Night at the Museum

    Reviewed Jul 24, 2014
    by (104 reviews) Calgary , Canada Flag of Canada

    Really cool place to spend a few nights - how many people can say they stayed inside of an actual museum? Incredibly friendly and accommodating staff that were more than happy to answer our questions. Very atmospheric, with cozy little nooks for relaxing.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Bosnian National Monument Muslibegovic House Hotel Mostar

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Mostar

    Majdas Magic Mostar

    A travel blog entry by kteam on Sep 14, 2014

    24 photos

    ... it.

    Everywhere we looked and every street we turned onto there were reminders.

    With the emotional toll of this it was time to get out of the city so we headed toward the country with the volume at 11 and the subs pounding!

    Through the countryside we drove to a massive waterfall that was in flood, the water was ice cold but refreshing, needing a warm me up we were then served the biggest Rakia ever at the riverside restaurant.



    A travel blog entry by tommy1982 on Jul 29, 2014

    2 comments, 46 photos

    ... plenty of locals and a few foreigners crazy enough to jump. Bridge jumping has become a rite of passage for local males, the first recorded jump being from 1664. The water is freezing and at 40m, this is a risky feat. Foreigners pay 45 euros and are trained and given a wet suit and divers below the bridge in case it goes wrong, but the locals simply wear budgie smugglers, splash themselves with cold water to protect against shock and jump, it is an impressive ...

    Visit to Mostar

    A travel blog entry by mickle777 on Jun 01, 2014

    1 comment, 23 photos

    ... held every summer. The first person to jump from the bridge since it was re-opened was Enej Kelecija, a local who now resides in the United States.[11]

    Bosnia & Herzegovina - Mostar

    A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Aug 27, 2013

    7 photos

    ... especially little kids, barefoot, wearing very shaggy clothes or young mums having their little babies covered by dirty scarfs. It was awful and even I felt bad for these poor kids, however, neither of us considers this to be a fair way of getting money so we absolutely rejected to give them anything. Sad but true :(

    Basically we came to Mostar to see only one monument – The Old Bridge (Stari Most). We've heard it was really impressive and it WAS! Just when we ...

    The Beatiful Bridge

    A travel blog entry by annaguthrie on Jul 26, 2013

    7 photos

    ... unfortunately), but people also jump from it throughout year as a fundraiser, or to impress their girlfriends.

    The bridge was actually destroyed during the war, and was reconstruction of the bridge was finished in 2004. I am not sure if this story was just someone having fun with gullible me, but a friend told me that they wanted to restore the bridge in the most authentic way possible. According to him, they pulled up ...