Mostar Travel guide
Mostar : Michelin's recommendations
A gem of medieval Ottoman architecture in Europe, Mostar, the capital of Herzegovina, was a martyr city during the Balkans conflict: the suburbs and the new town, on opposite sides of the Neretva, still carry appalling scars. Over 10 years since its devastation, the city remains divided between its three communities: Catholic Croats and Muslim Bosniaks make up the majority, while the Orthodox Serb minority acts as arbiter. Huge international effort is underway to slowly renovate the heritage.
Tourist attractions Mostar : Things to see and do
BIH - Mostar
This district on the left bank is characterised by steep cobbled streets and traditional small shops which were once home to craftsmen, copper workers, saddlers and weavers. Here, among the stalls with their stone canopies and near the 16C and 17C mo..
Staro most BIH - Mostar
Pre-war, this was one of the finest sights in the former Yugoslavia with Ottoman houses lopsidedly clinging to the steep slopes of the Neretva, their terraces crowded with climbing vines. The Old Bridge, a symbol of the city since its construction in..
Konak 18 BIH - 88000 Mostar
Prix Prices from : 49 €
Located only 250 metres from the well-known Stari Most Bridge and Old Bazaar in Mostar, Hotel Eden provides air-conditioned accommodation with free WiFi access. The hotel comprises both an a la carte and a buffet restaurant, a bar and a terrace. All..
Marsala Tita 186 BIH - 88000 Mostar
Hotel Kriva Cuprija 2 is built in Austro-Hungarian style, lovingly designed with a superb restaurant and located in the heart of the UNESCO-protected town of Mostar. Featuring free Wi-Fi and air-conditioned rooms with cable TV, it offers free shuttle..
Onešćukova 32 BIH - 88000 Mostar
Motel Emen is located in the centre of Mostar Old Town and a 2-minute walk from the famous Old Bridge. The very building in which the motel is situated is UNESCO-protected and features an à-la-carte restaurant. Free Wi-Fi and free parking are availab..