Explorer of places and current events – Sarah Letendre visited Mostar this year. All credits goes to Mostar Tourist Adventures as well as to trustworthy and professional tour guide DÅ¾enan. With this message we […]
Through the history, the Herzegovina region has always been in the center of political and social life. Today this land is an unique blend where East meets the West and where the remains of Ottoman […]
Many crafts and trades developed during the 16th century in Mostar. Back then the ÄarÅ¡ija (carshiya ) had more than 30 various types of crafts.
During the 16th century in Mostar, in the Čaršija (carshiya ) there were more than 30 various types of crafts. They were predominantly grouped into esnafi (Turkish word for â€œguildsâ€) or guilds, which were arranged […]
In the area of Bosnia and Herzegovina the Roma (also called Â Romani people) have lived here for more than 600 years. They arrived in the territory of today’s Bosnia and Herzegovina by the 14th and […]
Among the several traditional Islamic houses built in the Ottoman architecture in Mostar is the BiÅ¡Ä‡eviÄ‡ house. It is locally called â€œBiÅ¡Ä‡eviÄ‡ev Ä‡oÅ¡akâ€.
The city of Mostar is well known for its many bridges, warm climate, untouched nature and friendly people. When visiting this picturesque place you do not need a big budget to enjoy yourself and make […]
The Herzegovina area is the southern part of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The terrain of Herzegovina is mostly hilly karst with high mountains in the north such as ÄŒvrsnica and Prenj; and the central valley is […]
While summer is the most popular time to travel and visit Mostar, it’s rarely the most comfortable because of the local heat wave.
Many people have supported us on our Tour Guide Mostar journey and one of them is Barbara Weibel, the owner and editor of Hole in the Donut Cultural Travel website.
The Tour Guide Mostar project is moving along quickly while the summer season is at full peak and thousands of tourists visit Mostar every day. Our team is finishing the last details and preparations for […]
Typical house courtyard in Bosnia and Herzegovina was called avlija, and it was a symbol of family life, culture and heritage.
Multicultural Mostar in Bosnia and Herzegovina is one of the most unique cities on the Balkan Peninsula in Southeastern Europe. Spending the day in this historic city is the perfect introduction to the complex country […]
In the week since the release of PokÃ©mon Go, players around Mostar have been falling off an Old Bridge in Mostar.
Medieval towers, millhouses, streams and cobbled lanes are just some of the highlights of Mostar, a romantic little city built in the 16th century by the Ottomans. The famous bridge stretches above the cerulean waters […]
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.
We do this Â because weÂ want to provide other travelers opportunity to explore different amazing and extraordinary places in Herzegovina, to meet fabulous people from Mostar and Bosnia and Herzegovina,Â to be more aware of the different […]
We all know how bad weather can suddenly change our plans and that can be annoying especially when you are on vacation. The cultural heritage and picturesque architecture in Mostar can make your vacation unforgettable.
From day one the Tour Guide Mostar journey has been an incredible experience for our team. By collecting information about our hometown, history, architecture and contacting people who have visited us, we got the chance […]
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.
This year 127 people found their peace in Srebrenica.
No money, no air conditioner, no problem!
The American fantasy dramaÂ â€žGame of the Thronesâ€ worldwide craze has been holding fans and media from the season one. This month the sixth season ended.
Today the iconic Koski Mehmed Pasha Mosque is probably among the most famous symbols of Mostar. It`s the second largest mosque in Mostar, situated on the left bank of the Neretva river, just about 150 […]
Ramadan (also known as Ramadhan or Ramzan) is the ninth month in the Islamic calendar. It is a period of prayer, fasting, charity-giving and self-accountability for believers from all over the world.
The art and ability to make homemade bread, buns and rolls is an important part of the culture, tradition and cuisine in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Two days ago Mostar’s symbol the â€ªOld Bridge lit up in the colours of the Turkish national flag for solidarity with â€ªTurkey and its citizens in these hard times.