Hostel Miran

Address: Lazetica 13, Mostar, 88000, Bosnia and Herzegovina | Hostel
 
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsHostel Miran Mostar

      Reviewed by farnie10

      Home away from Home

      Reviewed Jan 15, 2012
      by (19 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

      Miran was a great guy. His rate is good, the facilites clean, free wifi and he runs a brilliant tour!

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

      Reviewed by adambrownell

      Nice guy, pretty basic

      Reviewed Nov 16, 2011
      by (27 reviews) Dungowan, New South Wales , Australia Flag of Australia

      The owner was fantastic (Miran). Although, we stayed across the road at his Aunts place which was great actually, very homely. They were doing renovations on his Hostel, so realistically it was more like an apartment we were staying in. Good place for 20KM (10.00 euro pp)

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

      TripAdvisor Reviews Hostel Miran Mostar

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

      Travel Blogs from Mostar

      Bosnia - The Bridge, Waterfalls and Sarajevo

      A travel blog entry by moons_shell on Sep 02, 2013

      18 photos

      Ahh the Serbs and Croats... always causing some trouble wherever they go... Such an interesting part of the world with so much recent history. The breakup of Yugoslavia was only 20 odd years. Its weird walking around the streets of these countries where you know people walking around have killed and lost people close to them in a war. The impact and scars of war we ...

      A 13 Hour Tour...A 13 Hour Tour

      A travel blog entry by ssfahring on Aug 05, 2013

      17 photos

      ... himself. The rest, I fear, is top secret. A blood oath was included and everything. Sorry. But I can say the result far outweighed our expectation.

      After returning from the tour we shared another night of obscure conversation and beer. We weren't ready to leave. If it wasn't for the fact that Majda was closing the hostel for Kurban Bayram we too would have been members of the One More Day Cult. Who knows how long we would have in ...

      Scars

      A travel blog entry by kiwisinflight on Jun 12, 2013

      17 photos

      ... building by apartment building. They will eventually repair every property and the owner of the property before the war, is entitled to go back but maybe some people will not see this in their lifetime.

      The truly sad thing though is that many children and teenagers are still unable to play with children from the other side. It may take another generation or two for everybody to live in peace ...

      Zoes Gelato tour of Europe

      A travel blog entry by tanseys on Jul 01, 2012

      1 comment, 1 photo

      ... its so good and really refreshing. I also here that the berry gelatos are fabulous as well. I have also learnt that it doesn't matter how much you eat there will always be room for gelato or any type of ice-cream because, all the food you have previously eaten doesn't fill your belly properly. It's like pouring water into a glass of rocks. The gelato fills all the empty gaps ...

      Mostar and the troubled journey to recovery

      A travel blog entry by rootsandroutes on Nov 15, 2011

      5 photos

      Arriving late in the evening in Mostar, we emerged from the warm coach into a freezing night. We had become attuned to the mild coastal climate in Dubrovnik and Split, and the cold would have hit us hard if it wasn’t for the energetic Miran meeting us.

      “Helen?”

      “Yes, um…”

      “OK, I am Miran. Come with me.”

      He spoke fast, and walked likewise. On the coach, we had met an Australian traveller, Charlie, who needed ...