Mostar is the largest city in Herzegovina and one of the most popular tourist attractions in the country. Mostar is proclaimed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its Old Town and the Stari Most (Old Bridge) – the famous bridge over the turquoise-green Neretva River. Everyday, here in the heart of the city, people from all over the globe meet every day to admire the art and skill of Oriental architecture and enjoying the charm of ancient buildings along interwoven streets.
Get to know the city by visiting lively cafes and peaceful galleries. Find yourself a quit spot in the yards of old mosques, go under the bridge to see famous jumpers, who maintain this tradition for decades by performing daring jumps from the 25 m high bridge. The Catholic pilgrimage site of Medjugorje is also nearby. Medjugorje is one of the most visited pilgrimage sites in Europe. During a year, thousands of pilgrims from all around the world come to pray to the Virgin Mary for help and consolation. Medjugorje provides the gathering place of young people.
Perhaps you will be lucky enough to come to Mostar during one of the many music festivals: the Summer Festival with traditional dances, music, games, traditional costumes, home cuisine and wine. Or maybe the Bridge Jumper Festival, where young jumpers from all world, eager for admiration, show their skills.
If you visit Mostar you will see how it is, truly, one of the pearls of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and one of the most attractive and most visited destinations in this region. The Old Bridge, built by the Ottomans, is one of the most famous cultural monuments in the country, and has been a part of the UNESCO World Heritage list for the past 6 years.
We kindly recommend if you decide to visit Bosnia also to visit Mostar City.
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