Hotel Pellegrino

Fejiceva/Faladjica 1c, Mostar, 88000, Bosnia and Herzegovina | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $80.00
 

Travel Blogs from Mostar

The Balkans

A travel blog entry by melrobertson

36

... the bus from to Tirana. ALBANIA So the day after the visit to the monastery we left at 10 am with the same guy that drove us the day before. We had two other guys with us that were going to Tirana as well so they shared the car and the price which was nice. We drove past a huge lake that was covered in water lilies. It was not something we expected to see but was really nice. At the boarder we did the usual handing over of our passports to the officer but after ...

The East #2

A travel blog entry by christinec2013

... to reactivate it myself and check...if you don't say anything I'll assume you did not. 00.00 23/05/2014 20:48:39: Davor Couchsurfing Zagreb: **** you got a lot of facebook friends....don't bother hiding your profile...I'll let them all know what kind of a petty person you are... 23/05/2014 20:53:37: Davor Couchsurfing Zagreb: Not to mention your the utas friends and fellowship...but first I'll have a little chat with all your family members I can find....oh boy and that's ...

Have no fear, come have a beer!

A travel blog entry by dionneb

2
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... apartment building lining the outskirts. For those who were as clueless about Mostar as I was (I was still attending keg parties at BC, I mean studying in the library), I'll give you a brief recap. The war started with independence from Yugoslavia. The conflict started with the Croats and Bosniak fighting off the Serbs. Eventually it became a land struggle between the Croats and Bosniaks. East vs West (of the river). Muslim vs Catholic. For a ...

Bosnia - The Bridge, Waterfalls and Sarajevo

A travel blog entry by moons_shell

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... in Mostar but it really stood out in Sarajevo. I tried to read into the breakup of Yugoslavia into the countries which are now Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, theRepublic of Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia but I couldn't get anywhere. They all just hate each other when it all boils down to it.

The Croat’s were absolutely ruthless in what is known as ...

On the way to Mostar...

A travel blog entry by radek.studnicki

8

... drivers cannot spoil you the journey.

Mostar is the capital of Herzegovina, which is not a separate country and does not want to be. It is a historical land that has always been a part of what is today Bosnia. Unlike in Sarajevo, in Mostar you can still see the traces of the war. Ruined and dilapitated buildings are a common sight. And unlike Sarajevo, Mostar was destroyed by the Croats, not the Serbs... Try to understand this war.

Despite the ruins, it is a ...

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