Hostel Nina

Address: Celebica 18, Mostar, 88104, Bosnia and Herzegovina | Hostel
 
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHostel Nina Mostar

    Reviewed by gary.rosewarne

    Great stay

    Reviewed Mar 31, 2012
    by (1 review) South Africa , South Africa Flag of South Africa

    Our hosts were fantastic. Hostel is clean, wifi great and proximity to the old centre is perfect. Good parking right outside the hostel and its off-street.

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

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hostel Nina Mostar

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Mostar

    Call me Ahmetović !

    A travel blog entry by arifuddin.ahmed on Jul 03, 2015

    27 photos

    ... during the Croat–Bosniak War. A reconstruction project was started by UNESCO (among others) and the rebuilt bridge was finally opened on 23 July 2004.

    Turkish rock band Bulutsuzluk Özlemi's 1996 song "Yaşamaya Mecbursun" ('You have to live') portrays the pain:

    "Bugün duyduğun haberler
    Sana utanç veriyor
    Olabilir
    Bugün din ve ırk uğruna
    Cinayet işleniyor
    Olabilir
    Mostar Köprüsü çökmüş
    ...

    Mostar - an unforgettable experience

    A travel blog entry by jacquelinerose on Jul 18, 2014

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... he pointed out the ages on the gravestones; most that we saw were under the age of thirty. Despite ending the tour on a somber note, it was amazing to take in not only the sad things but also how the people of Mostar were holding onto their culture, slowly rebuilding their city, and gradually attracting tourists once again. I was out very late that night and walking back to the hostel, despite the abandoned buildings and quiet streets, I felt very safe; when you travel you start to ...

    Mostar, Bosnia

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

    33 photos

    ... as a result of the war and its population declined. Before the war, Mostar was almost evenly divided among Muslims, Croats, and Serbs. Today there are no Serbs in the city, and the Muslim and Croat populations are politically divided, with Muslims living on the devastated eastern bank of the Neretva, and Croats on the less damaged western bank; travel is ...

    A City Rebuilt

    A travel blog entry by jsarracino on Aug 16, 2013

    26 photos

    ... To that end, we parked in a public parking lot and walked across the Old Bridge.

    Once we were across the bridge into Old Town, we stopped to have a coffee in a cafe named Vinoteka. Our plan was to relax with a coffee and then explore Old Town. We actually didn't end up doing that.

    During the war in the '90s, Mostar was under siege for ...

    The Beatiful Bridge

    A travel blog entry by annaguthrie on Jul 26, 2013

    7 photos

    ... call to prayer. I actually quite enjoyed it. Soon after Muslim call to prayer, the Catholic church bells would begin to ring. On the Croat side, a new Catholic church has been built (I am not actually sure if it is a brand new church or reconstructed) that is very, very tall. I think I heard that it might by the tallest building in Mostar now. The Croats also installed a large cross on the top of the hill overlooking the ...