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 valaryr on Feb 18, 2015

      31 photos

      ... friend is heading to Sarajevo on the same train, so now we have a buddy for the next few days!

      Back at the hostel, we took scalding hot showers and had some tea in the common room. The hostel employees were incredibly hospitable, even going so far as to make us dinner and dessert! It was delicious but we had JUST eaten dinner, so we did our best. Then we relaxed for the rest of the evening in preparation for our early morning train. ...

      Things just always seem to work out perfectly

      A travel blog entry by nigel.terrea on Nov 27, 2013

      4 comments, 29 photos

      ... up was quite an experience. If you ever find you wind up in Crotia, we 100% recommend to rent a car and take the long scenic drive. Stop and smell the fresh Adriatic Sea air and maybe catch a sunset or two! The odd thing about this highway was that a small sliver of Bosnia sticks out to the coast and interrupts the drive for about 20 km. What this means is that you go through a border crossing, drive through Bosnia for about 10 minutes and then go through another ...


      A travel blog entry by sheppa80 on Aug 21, 2013

      75 photos

      ... Institute for Economics and Peace based their findings on obtained data concerning specific social factors, including the crime rate, the number of murders, the prevalence of organised crime, relations with neighbouring countries, terrorist attacks, the quantity of arms and ammunition as well as other security parameters.

      Yep, so I was thinking this place was a shambles, especially now that countries such as Sierra Leone, Mozambique and Burkina Faso, hardly the safest places ...

      Mostar - A tale of two cities

      A travel blog entry by lauraclaire82 on Jun 25, 2013

      10 photos

      ... growing inside them, others show signs of habitation with washing hanging out on different floors but no windows. One apartment block had one floor which had been renovated sandwiched between other floors showing utter devastation. The health and safety officers in the UK would have a field day!

      From chatting with people and walking through the city it is clear that the restoration money provided to Bosnia in the aftermath of the war did not ...


      A travel blog entry by vanivan on Jul 13, 2012

      22 photos

      ... mountains and settlements scattered around valleys. The style of the houses changed a lot more too, and things were admittedly a little more run-down, in stark contrast to all the resorts we were driving past in Croatia.

      We were picked up by our friendly hostel owner, Taso, who gave us a quick runthrough of things to see. The bridge, obviously, but also the old town, the mosques, and curiously, a street riddled with bullet holes. Also up on ...