Villa Mostar

Lacina 19 a, Mostar, 88000, Bosnia and Herzegovina | 3 star b&b
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Travel Blogs from Mostar


A travel blog entry by djk_au


After Dubrovnik we picked up a rental car and headed up into Bosnia for a quick visit to Mostar. This was a detour on our way to Split, further north in Croatia.

Once you cross into Bosnia it soon becomes clear that you are in the former Eastern Europe. Despite its Communist past, Croatia is reasonably well-developed and seems fairly …

Things just always seem to work out perfectly

A travel blog entry by nigel.terrea


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Waking up was tough but when we met our driver we had a good feeling it was going to be a good day. Our first stop was at the top of the mountain, even higher than we hiked to, for a spectacular view of the Bay of Kotor (Terrea's favorite part). After taking some pictures and learning a little about the surrounding mountains (our guide was super friendly and very knowledgeable) we ended up in a small mountain village for a quick breakfast. Our guides ...

Road trip part 2: bullet holes

A travel blog entry by aquirkybunchof2

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... stream in Blagaj. On the drive home, which was naturally fraught with wild cows and mountain roads, as we performed 270 degree corners and were convinced there was no way Elvis (I named our clunky Chevy) was going to make it up that batch of mountains - or any other car for that matter, but as we knew from hard experience, Bosnian roads need not lie in the realms of physics and logic - just as Anna was about to have ...

A Perfect day in Mostar

A travel blog entry by dormisdijana


After Medjegore we headed off to Mostar. The way Mostar is today is a product of the war. Mostar use to be one of the most ethnically diverse cities however in present day it is very ethnically divided. During the war Mostar was one of the most bombed cities. Air bombing was used to destroy the Stari Most (Old bridge) which is the heart of the city. The Bridge was destroyed but has been rebuilt using some of the original pieces that had fallen into the river over which the ...


A travel blog entry by sheppa80


... attack and also attacked the Bosnian Serbs who had strong alliances with Serbia and therefore Yugoslavia. This was also compounded by the fact that Montenegro forces, also working with Serbia and Yugoslavia, came and attacked from the South-West and just to make matters worse even more fighting broke out between former allies, the Croatian army, Croatian Bosnians and the Bosnian Muslims. If that wasn’t crazy enough, at one stage during the war there was Muslims and ...

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