Travel Blogs from Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Jul 09, 2012, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina travel blog

Jul 09, 2012

A travel blog entry by kecapmanis2011

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Split to Mostar and Sarajevo,  Bosnia-Herzegovina, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina travel blog

Split to Mostar and Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina

A travel blog entry by lizmcconnell

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Another day and another new country, so we headed for Sarajevo, via Mostar in Bosnia- Herzegovina. As we drove, it was difficult to accept that, only twenty years ago, this country was involved in a bitter war. The main roads were winding and rough, but ...

Rebuilt After War, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina travel blog

Rebuilt After War

A travel blog entry by massimino

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The main attraction in Mostar is the Old Bridge, or Stari Most, that was built in the 16th century and stood for 427 years.  On November 9, 1993, the bridge was shot down by over 60 shells from the Croat forces until it collapsed during the ...

Heading inland to Mostar, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina travel blog

Heading inland to Mostar

A travel blog entry by craigandlauren

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Arriving in Mostar was like a breath of fresh air, and one that we felt we needed. We immediately liked Mostar. It is apparently the biggest tourist destination in the whole region after Dubrovnik, but thankfully it is one of the few places we have been ...

Roadtrip jatkuu, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina travel blog

Roadtrip jatkuu

A travel blog entry by jussih

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Kun aamupalalla kaataa jugurtit housuille, on päivästä pakko tulla hyvä. Lähdettiin ajamaan ennen kymmentä kohti Mostaria. Matkalla saatiin ihailla taas jylhiä maisemia kun ajeltiin välillä vuoriston päällä ja välillä pohjalla. ...

famous for a bridge, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina travel blog

famous for a bridge

A travel blog entry by findthemountain

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... to explain that dubrovnik is the most romantiche place he has been. I look forward to it I explain. Mostar was 1 of the 3 places we knew in bosnia, unfortunately it seems to be overrun with dawdling coach parties holding their video cameras out in front ...

Mostar, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina travel blog

Mostar

A travel blog entry by andyryan

Nice day trip on the way to Sarajevo. Great history and amazing to see the ...

Zadar, Croatia to Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina travel blog

Zadar, Croatia to Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina

A travel blog entry by corktomongolia

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24 July 2014 - Zadar, Croatia - Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina Set in a perfect location, the Borik Campsite was a superb place to wake up of a Wednesday morning, it was situated right next to a stony little beach and a short walk from Zadar town. We ...

Bosnia Herzegovina, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina travel blog

Bosnia Herzegovina

A travel blog entry by walnutrij

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... some Muslim women in the street wearing burqas; our guide says that before the war, you never saw that in Mostar.  Anela herself was blond and wore blue jeans and a bright pink scoop-necked T-shirt. ...

Introducing Split and moving on to Mostar, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina travel blog

Introducing Split and moving on to Mostar

A travel blog entry by sailoramy

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... in town at 7.30am ment i might not need the whole day, so left my pack at a luggage locker by the station and checked bus times to Mostar to see what i fancied later. Wandered up to the Diocletian's palace, which was quite cool, first i went underneath ...

Sunsets!, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina travel blog

Sunsets!

A travel blog entry by dho08

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Back to Hercegovina, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina travel blog

Back to Hercegovina

A travel blog entry by rlttours

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Like Trogir, it had been four years since my last visit to Bosnia and specifically to the Hercegovina region. Instead of the normal Adriatic coast drive, I decides to go via one of the inland routes. I stopped at the impressive Klis fortress, a 10 minute ...

A City Rebuilt, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina travel blog

A City Rebuilt

A travel blog entry by jsarracino

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... then explore Old Town.  We actually didn't end up doing that.    During the war in the '90s, Mostar was under siege for nine months and much of the city was severely damaged. Most of the city has been rebuilt, but sadly, you can ...

Around Dubrovnik, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina travel blog

Around Dubrovnik

A travel blog entry by reenybeeny

... station (12Kn) and waited for the bus to Bosnia (124Kn each).  Did the crazy border crossings ( into Bosnia, out again, then in again). Arrived at Mostar at around 8pm to a cold rainy night. Grabbed something quick to eat - borek again! - and waited ...

Bridging Differences, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina travel blog

Bridging Differences

A travel blog entry by jcrane

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... in financial aid. There is a very short window to secure funding for major restoration/urban development. Bosnia, because of the nature of the conflict and the failure of the West to respond appropriately, had a slightly longer window. However, the funds ...

Bosnia day trip, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina travel blog

Bosnia day trip

A travel blog entry by em_sam

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As promised here's just a quick run down on our day trip to Bosnia and Herzegovina. Similar to our montenegro tour we found the history profoundly interesting and to be honest quite sad, particularly as we both new little again about what had fully ...

Bosnia & Hercegovina Pics, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina travel blog

Bosnia & Hercegovina Pics

A travel blog entry by moonboots79

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Mostar, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina travel blog

Mostar

A travel blog entry by oskari

... se on, mutta todella hyvaa tavaraa myos. Kaikenkaikkiaan hyva reissu ja Batalta irtosi paljon mielenkiintoista tietoa Bosnia-Hertzegovinan historiasta ja nykytilanteesta. Bosnialaisen nakokanta tietenkin. Huomenna voisi sitten vihdoin nahda vahan sita ...

Mostar - Coexist, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina travel blog

Mostar - Coexist

A travel blog entry by elaqid

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... the town of Slime!!  No kidding.  I then started to climb up the highlands of Croatia towards the border with Bosnia-Herzegovina.  In the distance, there was still snow on the mountains, most likely closer to Sarajevo.  A different ...

Mostar and tour around the area, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina travel blog

Mostar and tour around the area

A travel blog entry by richardcowley

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... by the backpackers and cost 20 Euros and left at 10 so I got up early to have an explore of Mostar. Mostar is a really cute little town in the south of Bosnia surronded by hills and is famous for a bridge that locals jump off and is between 18 to 25 meter ...

Abandoned in Bosnia, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina travel blog

Abandoned in Bosnia

A travel blog entry by bschin

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Mostar, Bosnia, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina travel blog

Mostar, Bosnia

A travel blog entry by jspence

... down with a glass and scooped up the water, drinking it straight away. He also took us to a high mountain which overlooked Mostar and showed us some bomb shelters and shrapnels from gunfire and remains of busted land mines. It was another great day. Our ...

Mr. Topic, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina travel blog

Mr. Topic

A travel blog entry by cariverga

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Уйти от толп в Которе очень просто – надо ...

Oct 23, 2011, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina travel blog

Oct 23, 2011

A travel blog entry by hurf

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A tragic history and hope for the future....., Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina travel blog

A tragic history and hope for the future.....

A travel blog entry by eagle10

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... control in 1995 and pushed the Serbs out of the areas which had been occupied. In 1992 the conflict spread to Bosnia and Herzegovina, with the adversaries mostly being the Bosnian Muslims (Bosniaks) on one side and Bosnian Serb groups on the other, with ...

Bata's legendary tour, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina travel blog

Bata's legendary tour

A travel blog entry by wasabi

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... very energetic and funny tour guide and will take us around for 14 hours today. At first we see a couple of things in Mostar itself. There's a former bank building that's been destroyed during the war but never been cleaned up, so the inside is covered ...

Day Trip to Mostar, Bosnia, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina travel blog

Day Trip to Mostar, Bosnia

A travel blog entry by millervilles

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... shops that lead to the world famous Old Bridge. Build by the Ottomans in the 1500's it has been the defining landmark of Mostar and even Bosnia. The bridge spans across the river and stands about 60 or 70 feet over the water below, were members of a ...

Something a little different, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina travel blog

Something a little different

A travel blog entry by ruth.parent

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... ease of international travel. Sorry, but there is a need for another quick history lesson. The war in Bosnia-Herzegovina was longer, more intensive, and more wide-spread than in other locations, and the current peace is viewed as the most fragile in ...

Crazy Bata's Tour and the Bosnian War, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina travel blog

Crazy Bata's Tour and the Bosnian War

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn

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... . For learning this and many other reasons as Bata explained, he is extremely grateful to all backpackers who visit Bosnia. We left the Bosnian side of Mostar and entered into the Croat side on the other side of the river. Here there are fewer ruins and a ...

Back at hostel, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina travel blog

Back at hostel

A travel blog entry by patrick_viajero

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