Bosnian National Monument Muslibegovic House Hotel

Osman Dikica 41 , Mostar, 8800, Bosnia and Herzegovina | 3 star b&b
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Travel Blogs from Mostar

I see war

A travel blog entry by tanzamarie

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Today I explored Mostar. The old town is super adorable. Clearly done up for tourists, but that's okay, it works. The rest of Mostar is…well, war torn. Although I was stunned by the damage that is still quite evident, it is old news to those of Mostars. They have done what the could to move on and rebuild their lives. They don't seem to dwell …

Two sides to the Balkans

A travel blog entry by tanzamarie

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Beautiful Dubrovnik. Today I did the ultimate touristy thing and walked the city walls. Whew a lot of steps, but worth it. It's incredible. What a beautiful place! I hope you enjoyed the pictures. Now I am off to Mostar.

Mostar is yet another UNSECO World Heritage Site. But I didn’t know that until I got there. I wanted to go for …

Things just always seem to work out perfectly

A travel blog entry by nigel.terrea

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... it. With tour buses everywhere and huge crowds of people, this was the first time we really felt like tourists. Luckily, not many of the cheap tourists wanted to pay to walk the walls so we got some awesome photos with not too many people surrounding us. After all, walking the castle walls of Dubrovnik is the thing to do so we couldn't pass up the opportunity. For all you Game of Thrones fans reading this, apparently a bunch of scenes were filmed in this ...

Medugorje & Mostar, Bosnia-Herzegovina - Day 3

A travel blog entry by coznlinda

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... cuisine.

Our last stop was to visit the town of Pocitelj which sits along the Neretva River. We climbed up to the fort for a great view and stimulated the economy by loading up on fresh fruit and water for the drive back. The return trip to Dubrovnik was just as scenic as the drive to Bosnia. The landscape is mountainous and green which wasn't what I was expecting. This was such a terrific experience and allowed me to peek into a country I know so ...

Waterfalls in Mostar

A travel blog entry by katevoss

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... that had gone from a population of 20 to a huge town in less than 30years, the town is called Madjadorie It is the 3rd largest Christian pilgrimage in the world (although not acknowledge by the Vatican) due to an apparent apparition that occurred to 6 teenagers on the mountain 30 years ago. People now come from all over the world to gather at this place where the apparition happened, as well as ...

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