Mostar tour | Full day guided tour to amazing Herzegovina

(153 Reviews)
  • Duration: 12h
  • Max people: 8
  • Pickup: Sarajevo
  • Min age: 0+
  • Difficulty: Medium
  • Drop-off: Sarajevo

What to expect from Mostar tour

Mostar tour | Full day guided tour to amazing Herzegovina from Sarajevo is a full-day tour to Konjic, Kravice Waterfall, Pocitelj, Blagaj and Mostar. The area of Herzegovina is a must-see region for everyone coming to the Balkans.

We enable you to experience this region from the perspective of cultural diversity and unique history, truly amazing scenery and delicious food as well. Join us for this amazing, UNESCO based trip and get to see Herzegovina attractions with our local guides. Mostar Tour is a must-do tour in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Mostar tour starts from our agency but can be arranged from elsewhere if requested.

Mostar tour highlights

  • Visit Konjic Old Bridge
  • Enjoy Kravice waterfalls
  • Explore Ottoman Počitelj Village  Fortress, Hajji Alija's mosque, Hamam
  • Visit Blagaj Tekke Dervish Monastery
  • River BunaSpring of Buna river underneath the rock
  • Mostar tour Old Bridge
    Arch Bridge
    Hamam
    Koski Mehmed Pasha Mosque
    Old Bazzar

Mostar tour essential information

  • Departure & return locationGazi Husrev Begova 75 (Click to get directions)
  • Departure time08:00 AM
  • What's includedSandwich for breakfast
    Bottle of water per passanger
    Licensed guide
    Transportation
    AC equipped vehicle
    Hotel pick-up
    Hotel drop-off
  • What's NOT includedEntrance for:
    Kravice waterfalls (5 -10€ per person depending on the season)
    Blagaj Tekke (2.5€ for Blagaj Tekke per person)
    Private expenses
    Food & Beverages
  • Good to knowA 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

Mostar tour essential itinerary

About Mostar tour

Mostar tour 1st stop: Konjic

The first stop of the day tour is a short visit to the old part of Konjic. The symbol of Konjic is The Old Stone Bridge, which was connecting the banks of Neretva river for centuries.

It was since 1682. until WW2, when the German occupiers destroyed it, during the withdrawal of their troops. It was reconstructed as the original bridge in 2009, and has been on the list of national monuments of BiH since 2003.

Then we continue through some really amazing parts of Neretva river canyon, telling the unique stories of Herzegovina.

Mostar tour 2nd stop: Kravice Waterfall

After Konjic we arrive at our next stop – Kravice waterfalls. Kravice waterfall, located on the Trebižat River is s a mini version of Niagara Falls, hidden in the Balkans.

Kravice waterfalls form a natural amphitheater 40 km southwest of the city of Mostar. For its amazing beauty and untouched nature, the state has protected it as a natural rarity. Its height is 25 meters. Moreover, Kravice waterfall is a popular swimming and picnic area.

Mostar tour 3rd stop: Počitelj

Later on, we arrive at Pocitelj – the stepped Ottoman-era fortress village. It is a medieval and Ottoman-Mediterranean wonder of nature and architecture, a place like no other. Cupped in a steep rocky amphitheater, it’s a warren of stairways climbing between ramshackle stone-roofed houses and pomegranate bushes.

Towering over this dreamlike scene is the Kula (Fort of Počitelj), at 45m above sea level, it offers breathtaking views. In only one photo you will have Neretva River, impressive Hajji Alija’s mosque, the mekteb (Muslim primary school), the imaret (charitable kitchen), the medresa (Muslim high school), the hamam (public baths), the han (public inn) and sahat-kula (clock-tower).

On the other hand, the most dominant residential structure in the village is Gavrakanpetanović House. In that house there were thousands of artists and cultural actors from all over the world for the International Art Colony. Počitelj has a magical air that transcends time. It is a place just to wander, get lost in thoughts, and feel a profound sense of wonder and serenity.

Mostar tour 4th stop: Blagaj

Our next destination is Blagaj – a haven of peace and natural harmony. In Blagaj you will see a Tekke – the Dervish Monastery, built around 1520. The monastery is an important monument of the early Ottoman period in Bosnia & Herzegovina.

The dervishes have been using the monastery in order to perform their special rituals – Dhikr (praise to God). Blagaj Tekke is situated by the Spring of the river Buna, surrounded by beautiful mountains. In the silence of the Dervish house’s garden, cooled by the freshness of the wonderful river with the most spectacular view.

Therefore, you will understand why Blagaj was the focus of interest of historical personalities, Roman nobility, Ottoman viziers and kadis, Austro-Hungarian officers and many travelers searching for the freshness of the water, the warmth of the sun and blue sky.

Mostar tour 5th stop: Mostar

So in the end, it’s time for Mostar tour from Sarajevo – the lovely experience in one of the most important pearls of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Mostar is a city of stone on stone, historical, political, scientific and cultural center of Herzegovina. It 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. But even today it has enough preserved architecture speaks to the rich cultural past of this city.

Famous Old Bridge of Mostar

The most famous attraction in Mostar is the Old Bridge, built in 1566 according to plans of Hayruddin, the great Turkish builder of the 16th c. From 2005 it is on  UNESCO’s World Heritage List. Above all, it’s the beating heart of the city, a strong iconic symbol of its history and one of the country’s most recognizable landmarks.

The bridge is 24m high, but in spite of that, you will frequently see members of the Mostar Diving Club dive off the bridge. The practice dates back to the time the bridge was built. We will also see the Crooked Bridge – the oldest arch bridge in Mostar.

In Mostar you will find 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. By visiting this location you will have the unique opportunity to take an immersive step “back in time,” engaging in an element of Mostar lifestyle that has been prevalent for centuries.

In addition, Mostar tour from Sarajevo will cover Koski Mehmed Pasha Mosque, the second biggest mosque in Mostar. Its original color and wall decorations have been preserved until today. You can climb the mosque’s minaret, which offers an amazing panoramic view of the city and The Old Bridge.

Kujundžiluk – Old Bazzar, winds along a small, pretty, cobbled street, dating back to the middle of the 16th century. Therefore, you can find characteristic crafts shops and traditional restaurants in this area.

Mostar – city like no other

“When you spend a night in Mostar, it is not the sound that wakes you up in the morning, but- the light. I know this from my own experience. It was the light that welcomed me when I arrived, it followed me from the morning to the evening, and when I left, that light forever stayed in me as the main characteristic of my memories of Mostar…”

Ivo Andric, Nobel Prize winner

In conclusion, we will ride and walk through fascinating landscapes, interesting villages and cities, historical museums, we will go back to history and learn about Ottoman Empire, WW2, Tito’s Yugoslavia and taste delicious Bosnian food and enjoy the tradition. The day you will certainly never forget!

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Sophie

Group Traveller

We give 5 stars because everything was so well coordinated and our lady guide was the sweetest and the driver as well. She knows the local people which means that we tasted the specialities of their country and saw some extra things. It was all the money worth it and if you want to see Hercegovina it is the perfect way to do it. We feel very grateful for the trip and thank you so much for the good experience!
Best regards from Denmark

May 2, 2022

E.k

Group Traveller

We had a super lovely experience with our tour to Mostar and the four pearls. Our guide Adnan took the tour to the limits! He has very much knowledge about the places and has a big commitment to make everyone feel included. Adnan, you was the star on our tour! Thank you!

May 1, 2022

Sara

Group Traveller

I really enjoyed our day with Meetbosnia tour around Herzegovina. Our guide, Marna, was the best! Very helpfull and we learned a lot about BIH. We met cool people on the tour so it was a fun day. I really recommend this agency to everyone.

April 16, 2022

Alby

Couple Traveller

We joined two tours with Meet Bosnia, the day trip to Mostar and Kravice Waterfall, and The Siege of Sarajevo Tour. Both trip were extremely interesting, absolutely recommended. Adnan and Arna were incredible guides, we learned so much.

April 10, 2022

Carmine

Couple Traveller

We had the best guide ever, Arna. She explained us so much about the history and places that we have visited. The trip is really worth it and the places are unique.

April 6, 2022
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