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

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hostel Nina Mostar

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Mostar


    A travel blog entry by kirstenhulme on Jun 26, 2015

    17 photos

    ... to too much detail about it due to the horror of it. There were quite a few mosques and perhaps this was new to us because it was our first city with a heavy Muslim influence. Several times a day (we assume 5), at certain times, we heard singing / prayer that we've only heard in movies that were about some part of the Muslim culture. We were told that it's about half Christian/ Catholic and half Muslim, and they all get along very well. We were told even ...

    BL #21: Feel the Danger in Bosnia

    A travel blog entry by pwong on Jul 23, 2014

    15 photos

    ... so quickly, and in such quantities, as our tolerance would have been at an acceptable level. Even though we had some drinks in Croatia and overdosed on wine at the smorgasbord on the Stockholm-Helsinki ferry, the nearly complete lack of alcohol consumption in Scandinavia nearly did us in tonight!

    How terrible would that have been, had we been so tipsy that we stumbled off the top of Mostar's venerated Stari Most? ...

    Something a little different

    A travel blog entry by ruth.parent on Sep 21, 2013

    2 comments, 1 photo

    ... painful. Mostar is a personification of the war. Croats and Bosnians with some Muslims in the mix lived here peacefully until the Serbs invaded. Once the Serbs were pushed back, unbelievably the Croats and Bosnians turned on each other and the Main Street and bridge become the front line. Shells of buildings sit beside retail stores, a new bridge has been built on the foundations of the old bridge (see photo). We saw ...

    Most interesting Mostar

    A travel blog entry by camanita on Aug 05, 2013

    ... from the top, and easy to see how this part of easily defended. We then got back to the air conditioned van, and drove the couple hours back to Dubrovnik – through the many borders again of course! What a mission to get through. Once back in the city we were dropped off at the pier, where we needed to catch a ferry that night. We were a bit early, and it was ridiculously hot (still), so we managed to find a café across the street and chill out for a ...

    Yup, It's Hot

    A travel blog entry by peteindira on Jun 17, 2013

    18 photos

    ... big part of local culture as it is used as a diving platform and diving competitions have been held here for generations. Edo, our host who was once a diving competitor here, tells us that you are not considered a true Mostar local until you have taken the plunge. The bridge is no joke either, the drop into the water is 65 feet.

    During the war, the bridge was completely destroyed in order to break the spirit of the Bosnians, but they simply build ...