Villa Anri Mostar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
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Travel Blogs from Mostar
... to it's former glory and has been names a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The bridge connects two sides of the old town where you can find the little markets as well as cafes along the river's cliffs. If you hang around long enough you will see the divers diving (more like jumping) off the bridge.
... was ******* crazy. It was a religious pilgrimage site since apparently some kids had seen the Virgin Mary while they were up in the forests above the town. It was easily the weirdest place I have ever been. Ever. And to be honest it kind of scary. We parked next to the main preaching area and we were 'lucky' enough to have arrived during one of the two daily preaching sessions. Despite it being rainy and cold there was still quite a few people out listening to the speaker, who it ...
... The city is the fourth-largest in the country; it is the center of the Herzegovina-Neretva Canton of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the unofficial capital ofHerzegovina. The Stari Most is hump-backed, 4 metres (13 ft 1 in) wide and 30 metres (98 ft 5 in) ...
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 ...
... drinking coffee in Bosnia, slurping is not rude but encouraged. During these night meet ups, Almir told us the history of the war and explained the reason why Bosnia is like it is today and its relationship with its neighbouring countries. This was so interesting as I had no knowledge if the genocide that went on only a few years ago. Almir was 12 when the war finished and his brother actually fought in it. He told us stories of years without power ...