Hostel Miran

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)

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hostel Miran Mostar

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Mostar

    Bosnia Day Trip – Mostar

    A travel blog entry by alison_cupples on Aug 03, 2013

    6 photos

    ... t go swimming as the current is too strong. There are some professional divers who jump from the bridge into the river for money. It is so high I can’t believe they do it. Mostar is such a lovely little town it left me wanting to see more of Bosnia but instead we have to get back on the bus and head back to Split. Tomorrow we will be picking up the van again and getting the car ferry over to ...

    On the way to Mostar...

    A travel blog entry by radek.studnicki on Sep 04, 2012

    8 photos

    ... the part of town that lies on the second bank of the Neretva river.

    We cross the Old Bridge for the second time, because we have to get back to the car which stands on a paid park place and robbes us from money. Last picture of the bridge, though the weather is not good. Later we'll get to know it's smoke which creates strange clouds. The whole country is overpowered by fire. It hasn't rained for 3 months!

    Hope in Croatia the visibility will be nicer. Good bye Bosnia!

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    Waterfalls in Mostar

    A travel blog entry by katevoss on May 29, 2012

    41 photos

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    We then made our way through the old town towards the 'bank’ – this is a building that before the war was just a bank, but during the war was used by snipers as it has a view over the whole city. The building has been left as it was after the war but you are able to walk around in it which is crazy – its just a shell of a building with all the windows shattered and the glass is ...

    Mostar and the troubled journey to recovery

    A travel blog entry by rootsandroutes on Nov 15, 2011

    5 photos

    ... younger generations had picked up and inflamed them. Where once there had been one football team for the city, there were now two – one for the east and one for the west. Now the kids had new flags to wave and new uniforms to wear that ingrained in them a new-found sense of difference and antagonism. Massive unemployment rates around 40% ensured that these differences could be used as tools to scapegoat and antagonise further.

    “WMC”, read some graffiti on ...

    Day 298 - Bridge Divers of Mostar

    A travel blog entry by everett.butler on Aug 31, 2011

    90 photos

    ... old town bridge, spanned the great river and connected the two halves of this idyllic village until Serbian forces sieged the city and bombed it into small fragments that still litter the bottom of the waters below. It was an attempt to demoralize an incumbent enemy, to crush the soul of a unified people by erasing their cherished heritage and cut off their only link to the outside world. It didn’t work. History ...