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 (23 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

    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

    Mostar - an unforgettable experience

    A travel blog entry by jacquelinerose on Jul 18, 2014

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... international students from around the world. It was the first building to be rebuilt after the war, while the rest of the square still stands in ruins. There are several four- and five-story shells of buildings just across the street, rooves and windows missing, chunks blown out of their brick walls. The bank also stands in this square, a large, diamond-shaped cement tower, all of its glass missing, that served as a sniper hideout during the war. It is now covered in ...

    Mostar, Bosnia

    A travel blog entry by joe-darlene on May 20, 2014

    33 photos

    ... br>

    In 1992, the war began with the shelling; at first by the Yugoslav Army and then, for over two years, the Croats (most of them former neighbors, relatives and friends) sealed off the Bosnians in the old part of the city, without food or water, fueled by the hateful rhetoric of Milosevic. A tragic ...

    Bosnia & Herzegovina - Mostar

    A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Aug 27, 2013

    7 photos

    ... the bridge the town completely changed - everything well renovated, giving to the buildings more historical look, further there were the cobblestones everywhere (that day it was raining again which was fatal for Gonzalo who just cannot walk on the shiny floor that becomes very slippery after rain).

    The Old Bridge was originally built by the Turks in 1566, it was destroyed in 1993, but rebuilt in 2004. The bridge is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

    First of all, ...

    Bosnia Day Trip – Mostar

    A travel blog entry by alison_cupples on Aug 03, 2013

    6 photos

    ... city is considered to be where East meets West in Europe. When the bridge, built in 1566, collapsed from tank shelling in 1993 it was like the heart was ripped out of most Mostar natives. There is still some devastation from the war with buildings still covered in bullet holes and houses lying in ruin but the town is healing. We had a local guide show us round. She was only two years older than me ...

    Back to Hercegovina

    A travel blog entry by rlttours on Oct 08, 2012

    1 photo

    ... dried up. Nothing to see here so let's move on. After passing into Bosnia, I stopped at a cafe in search of food but found that it was a coffee roasting plant which smelled heavenly though left me still starving. I managed to find a nice place in a nondescript town that had decent enough 'plescavica'' (spicy meat patty). I rolled into the small village where my motel was located by 4pm. This peacefully spot ...