A visit to Bosnia and Herzegovina offers a fascinating opportunity to sample the cultures of three major faiths within a relatively small area. In the same day, you can inhale incense in a mystical-feeling Serbian Orthodox church, […]
Duration : 1h ; Contact : email@example.com What is included? Tabhana During the 16th century in Mostar, in the čaršija (carshiya ) there were more than 30 various types of crafts. They were predominantly grouped […]
Source:Â telleroftravels.com In September last yearÂ Teller Of TravelsÂ visited our beautiful city of Mostar. We found this article useful! Read her thoughts and experience of Mostar.
Chinese New Year is as significant to Chinese culture as the Ortodox New Year is in Central Europe. Also knows as the Spring Festival, it heralds the beginning of the spring , representing the new […]
Everyone who is using internet every day by now knows about the global success of Pokemon Go reality game.
Life takes us on unexpected adventures and traveling is certainly one of those things that bring great memories.
Ask yourself: â€œWhere do I want to travel this year?â€. If you want to play it safe, why not start in a country that speaks your own language or even in your own country?
Alongside the striking Koski Mehmed Pasha Mosque in Mostar , the KaraÄ‘oz Bey Mosque is the most important monumental work of Islamic sacred architecture from the 16th century in the region of Herzegovina.
The Old Bridge is the most magnificent monument in Mostar and it has become the worldwide known symbol of Mostar but that is not all that this city has to offer.
Last week the Tour Guide Mostar team spent time in the Old Town of Mostar spending quality time with the visitors and tourists who came to Mostar.
Herzegovina is a place like no other. Mostly surrounded by hilly karst and high mountains in the north such as ÄŒvrsnica and Prenj, the valley of the river Neretva River is in the center.
Today our team spent beautiful moments with taxi service Moj Taxi.
Typical house courtyard in Bosnia and Herzegovina was called avlija, and it was a symbol of family life, culture and heritage.
Italian explorerÂ and traveler Marco Allegri from the Non solo turisti blog, visited the city of Mostar after his tour around Bosnia and the towns of Jajce, Zenica and the capital of Sarajevo.
No money, no air conditioner, no problem!
Passionate global trekkers Sarah and Kris from the JetSetting Fools travel blog visited Mostar last year during their mission to visit and explore countries on all six continents. Read more on their collaboration with Tour […]
The Tour Guide Mostar project is in full swing. Every day we are gathering more and more information and getting in touch with bloggers from all around the world who visited Mostar and Herzegovina as […]