Mostar and Medjugorje Day Tour from Sarajevo

(20 Reviews)
  • Duration: 10h
  • Max people: 7
  • Pickup: Sarajevo
  • Min age: 0+
  • Difficulty: Medium
  • Drop-off: Sarajevo
What to expect from Mostar and Medjugorje

Mostar and Medjugorje tour is a daily tour from Sarajevo to the most crucial city in Herzegovina  – Mostar and one of the biggest Roman-catholic pilgrimage sites in Europe – Međugorje.

This tour starts in the morning from Sarajevo and continues to the beautiful Herzegovina region.

On our way to Mostar and Medjugorje, we will stop in Konjic – a small but beautiful town famous for its Ottoman-era bridge. In Konjic we can drink Bosnian coffee in a lovely place with an amazing panorama of the Neretva river.

Later on, we are heading to Mostar. Mostar is a city of stone on stone, the historical, political, scientific and cultural centre of Herzegovina that lies at the foot of the slopes of Velez Mountain, in  Neretva River valley. In Mostar, you will see the famous UNESCO Old Bridge of Mostar and some interesting landmarks of this city.

The next destination is Medjugorje – an important catholic pilgrimage site where Virgin Mary appeared in 1981 for the first time. By visiting Apparition Hill and St. James Church you will understand why Medjugorje is considered to be one of the most spiritual places on earth.

Mostar and Medjugorje tour highlights

  • Visit small, but beautiful town Konjic
  • Pass through some amazing parts of canyon of river Neretva
  • Enjoy Mostar, city of stone and light, cultural center of Herzegovina
  • See famous UNESCO protected Old Bridge of Mostar
  • Visit Međugorje – one of the world's most important catholic pilgrimage sites

Mostar and Medjugorje tour essential information

  • Departure & return locationGazi Husrev Begova 75 (Click to get directions)
  • Departure time08:00 AM
  • What's includedLicensed guide
    AC equipped vehicle
    Hotel pick-up
    Hotel drop-off
  • What's NOT includedPrivate tour
    Private expenses
    Food & Beverages
    Entrance fees
  • Good to knowIt is good to wear comfortable shoes
    A private tour can be organized on request
    Tour can be customized on request
    Price depends on number of people
    Minimum required number of people for the tour is 2 - a private tour can be organized for 1 person
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Mostar and Medjugorje tour itinerary

Mostar and Medjugorje tour detailed description

Mostar and Medjugorje tour 1st stop: Konjic

On our way to Mostar and Medjugorje, we will have a short visit to the old part of Konjic. Konjic is known for The Old Stone Bridge, which was connecting the banks of the Neretva river for centuries, since 1682. This lasted until WW2, when it was destroyed by German occupiers, during the withdrawal of their troops.

It was reconstructed in 2009, and it became a symbol of this charming little town again. In Konjic we can drink Bosnian coffee in a lovely place with an amazing panorama of the Neretva river and a lovely Ottoman bridge.

Mostar and Medjugorje tour 2nd stop: Jablanica WW2 bridge

The next stop is Jablanica, where you will find a famous bridge that the Partisans blew up in order to trick Fascist troops during WW2. You will hear the amazing history of this bridge and one of the most famous battles in the Balkans in WW2 – “Battle on River Neretva”.

Mostar and Medjugorje tour 3rd stop: Medjugorje

After a visit to Jablanica, we arrive at Medjugorje. Over there you will experience one of the most spiritual and peaceful places on earth. One of the best descriptions of Medjugorje we have ever heard is: “Medjugorje is a place where Heaven touches the earth”. After visiting Medjugorje we are sure you will agree.

The messages attributed to Our Lady of Medjugorje have a strong following among Catholics worldwide. Medjugorje has become one of the most visited pilgrimage sites for Catholics in the world and has turned into Europe’s third most important apparition site, where each year more than 1 million people visit.

It has been estimated that 30 million pilgrims have come to Medjugorje since the reputed apparitions began in 1981. Many have reported visual phenomena in Medjugorje including the sun spinning in the sky or changing colour and figures such as hearts and crosses around the sun.

The St. James’s Church is the central place of worship in Medjugorje where you can attend masses in different languages.

After the visit to the church, we will proceed to see a unique, copper Statue of Jesus.

Later on, we proceed to the most spiritual site in Medjugorje –  the Apparition Hill. This is where for the first time Lady of Medjugorje appeared and spoke. 

Along the path, a wooden cross marks the site where the Virgin made the first call to peace. More to the top of the hill, you will find the statue of Lady Mary, right on the place of the first apparition. Surely, this is a place like no other, a piece of heaven on earth, where you can be completely dedicated to prayer.

Mostar and Medjugorje tour 4th stop: Mostar

After the visit to Medjugorje, we continue north to Mostar.

A city of stone, historical, political, scientific and cultural centre of Herzegovina lies at the foot of the slopes of Velez Mountain, in the Neretva River valley.

Mostar was one of the most destroyed cities during the war in Bosnia. Today it still has enough preserved architecture which speaks to the rich cultural past of this city. Our guide will accompany you to the Old Town. This is where you will find the famous bridge and the largest concentration of historic and cultural sights.

By far, the most famous attraction here is the Old Bridge, built-in 1566 according to the plans of Hayruddin. He was the great Turkish builder of the 16th c. This amazing bridge has entered UNESCO’s World Heritage List.

It’s the beating heart of the city, a strong iconic symbol of its history, one of the country’s most recognizable landmarks. The bridge is 24m high and you will frequently see members of the Mostar Diving Club dive off the bridge. The practise dates back to the time the bridge was built.

We will also see the Crooked Bridge – the oldest arch bridge in Mostar.  Besides that, we will see Hamam – a Turkish bath. It is the only Turkish bath still existing in Mostar and one of the few remaining examples in the whole of Herzegovina.

Our last stop is Kosqi Mehmed-paša Mosque, famous for its beautiful, original ornamentation from the 17th century.  Surely, an interesting fact for tourists is that they can climb mosque’s minaret, and see the most beautiful panorama. After that, you have some free time in Mostar to enjoy this enchanting place on your own before we leave Mostar and continue to Sarajevo.

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Family Traveller

my housemates and I did tour around Sarajevo a couple of days ago and it was really good! our guide Hidaya was really awesome, she was super energetic and passionate and stayed talking with us about the politics and food of Bosnia for like half an hour after the tour was over – very friendly and informed, great person 🙂

August 16, 2022


Family Traveller

Great tour with superfriendly guide. Lots of fun facts and background information, spiced up with insights of locals. Highly recommended!

August 25, 2021

Faisal A

Group Traveller

Exellent tours and excellent people, especially Sameer. The tours were great and explained eveything fully.

May 25, 2021


Couple Traveller

We did a tour .Noting how well she speaks Spanish. How attentive and concerned she was to transmit the history of her country to us and that we were comfortable at all times. Highlight the professionalism, treatment, education and how complete all the visits were. In addition to the good service and kindness of the team at their offices, driver. … I highly recommend this company

May 11, 2021


Solo Traveller

They are very professional and kindly. I really recommend to do a tour with this company. They know a lot of history and it helps to be your tour more interesting.

January 27, 2021

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