Villa Fortuna B&B

Address: Rade Bitange 34, Mostar, 88000, Bosnia and Herzegovina | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on Rade Bitange 34, 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 ReviewsVilla Fortuna B&B Mostar

      Reviewed by lauraclaire82

      Fabulour B&B

      Reviewed Jun 25, 2013
      by (4 reviews) Farnborough , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      What a fabulous find! Villa Fortuna is only 2 minutes walk from the Old Town, About 10 minutes from the bus station and close to lots of little supermarkets if you need to get provisions in.
      The owners are really helpful and informative about the city and places to visit and eat.
      The room we had was massive! lovely bathroom, living/dining area and fully stocked kitchen. We felt so at home here. The breakfast was yummy, fresh coffee, breads, homemade jams, meats, cheeses and even figs from the tree outside.

      A perfect base in which to explore the city!

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

      Reviewed by zeboly


      Reviewed Jun 13, 2012
      by (5 reviews) , Hungary Flag of Hungary

      Good B&B near the old bridge with safe parking for bikes.

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

      TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Fortuna B&B Mostar

      5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

      Travel Blogs from Mostar

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      A travel blog entry by jonkinne on Sep 28, 2014

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      ... of the European Union, but when the Dayton Accords ended the 1990's conflict, a tri-partite government was put in place which, because all three religions are equally represented, has great difficulty in agreeing on almost anything. The reality is that such a governmental structure is disquieting to the stable members of the EU, and Bosnia will likely not be admitted unless and until they can organize a more-efficient government.

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      A travel blog entry by aquirkybunchof2 on Sep 04, 2013

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      ... been moved since they'd been ripped down. Our hostel owner told us how his grandfather had been shot by a sniper in the parking lot where we'd just parked our car. The entire time we walked around the city, we kept thinking, how can so much damage still be evident? The three of us went exploring around Bosnia, roaming tiny medieval looking villages, going for waterfall showers in Kravice and drinking beer at the mouth ...

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      A travel blog entry by jspence on Aug 08, 2013

      ... We went to Almirs favourite restaurant every night because it was so amazing. We got huge portions for such a minimal price. We also convinced Gemma who was also staying in Split waiting for her sail to come and join us in Mostar which she did so it was awesome meeting up with her. She also loved Mostar! How couldn't you! I was sad to leave but promised Almir if I was ever back that way, I would of course stay in his hostel. Such a lovely family and ...


      A travel blog entry by kiwisinflight on Jun 12, 2013

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      ... running to school to avoid shelling or bombing. He had to move house 3 times to stay with various people as his family home was destroyed. He could not play with some of his old friends as they lived on the other side of the Frontline which had been taken over by either the Serbs or Croats.

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