Hotel Ero

Dr. Ante Starcevica, Mostar, 88000, Bosnia and Herzegovina | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Mostar

Things just always seem to work out perfectly

A travel blog entry by nigel.terrea


... for Croatia for her. Instead we were able to explore the Old Town and the castle walls surrounding it.The town was beautiful and we could definitely understand how awesome it would be in the summer. After about an hour of being outside, there was a flash hail storm! We hid in the small local markets and the workers were nice enough to let us wait it out. After the hail we did one walk uphill for about 20 minutes in order to get a nice view of the city and the ...

Medugorje & Mostar, Bosnia-Herzegovina - Day 3

A travel blog entry by coznlinda


Today's agenda included a crossing over the Bosnian border just northeast of Croatia, to Mostar and the Christian pilgrimage site of Medugorje with new pals, Jane (Palm Beach), Tressa (Atlanta), Davi, and Yoli (Canary Islands). We crossed the border into Bosnia about two hours later in the only coastal town of Neum just north of Croatia. Within about thirty minutes we crossed back over into Croatia again and then again for the THIRD passport check twenty minutes ...


A travel blog entry by meganfisher


... and Bosnia. I had the pleasure of meeting a Rwandan refugee, now living in Holland, when I was in Budapest, and he was a part of the program and received a shoebox! I haven't met anyone here who received a present from Operation Christmas Child, but it was nice to hear that the program was successful! That was how I first heard about Bosnia, and was reason I now wanted to visit this country.

Reminders of the war are everywhere. So far traveling down Europe, ...

Stari Most

A travel blog entry by cutiebanana


When looking at a map of the Balkans, one could not be blamed for thinking that it should not take more than a couple of hours to go from Dubrovnik to Mostar by bus. However, the half dozen border checkpoints really slow the process down.

The details of those borders' histories is difficult to keep straight. What one learns in school is never enough it ...


A travel blog entry by vanivan


... 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 ...

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