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Love the scenic view and the atmosphere of the whole area. Very busy and crowded though and the walk on the old bridge paved with stones polished by hundreds and thousands of visitors is a sight to behold.
What a fascinating place to visit. The Old Bridge and River host many restaurants, shops and bazaars on either side. What a picturesque setting and worth spending a few hours exploring or just wandering. Stop for coffee or a snack. Unable to stop taking photos...More
The area around the Old Bridge is filled with shops and restaurants. The shops have typical souvenirs but also a a great treat of Turkish influence in the wares for purchase. The restaurants are small and we needed to check out 4 before we found...More
This bridge is absolutely gorgeous. It took just a day to blow up and 5 years to rebuild after the war in the early 1990’s. Walking in the Old city of Mostar is challenging as the stones you walk on are large and quite uneven...More
The area is heavily crowded, mostly with tourists arriving by bus on a daytour. If you are staying over in Mostar (recommended) try to start early or miss the crowds on that area late afternoon. Unique souvenirs are item made from bullet casings from the...More
This is an absolute must see for anyone traveling in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The history alone is so interesting and it's charming to walk around the town. There are great places to eat, and a visit to the Turkish house is a must!
Around the bridge you can walk on beautiful streets but sadly very crowded with tourists. Aeound the river is nice nature and lots of restsurants to have a drink or eat. Also many shops whete things are cheap.
We had a guided tour of the old town, which started with a visit to an old Turkish ottoman house which included traditional drinks and snacks, then walked into the old town and across the bridge. It was very busy in the Turkish bazaar which...More