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Mostar Highlights

Mostar is a city located in the southern part of Bosnia and Herzegovina, situated on the banks of the Neretva River.

The city has a rich history that dates back to the Ottoman era, and is known for its blend of Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian architecture and culture.

Mostar is home to several landmarks and monuments that reflect its diverse history, including the Old Bridge (Stari Most), which was originally built by the Ottomans in the 16th century and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. 

The Old Bridge is a symbol of the city and attracts visitors from all over the world.

The Best Time to Visit Mostar

The best time to visit Mostar depends on your preferences and interests, as the city offers different attractions and experiences throughout the year. Here are some things to consider when planning your visit to Mostar:

  1. Weather: Mostar has a Mediterranean climate with hot summers and mild winters. The peak tourist season is from June to August, when temperatures can reach over 35°C (95°F). If you prefer milder weather, the best time to visit is in the spring (April to June) or fall (September to November), when temperatures are cooler and crowds are smaller.
  2. Festivals and events: Mostar hosts several festivals and cultural events throughout the year, including the Mostar Summer Fest in July, the Mostar Blues & Rock Festival in August, and the Mostar Film Festival in April. If you want to experience the city’s cultural scene, plan your visit around these events.
  3. Tourist crowds: Mostar can get quite crowded during the peak tourist season, with long lines and high prices. If you prefer a quieter and more relaxed atmosphere, consider visiting in the shoulder season (March to May or September to November) when there are fewer tourists.
  4. Outdoor activities: Mostar is surrounded by beautiful natural landscapes and offers several outdoor activities such as hiking, rafting, and swimming. The best time to enjoy these activities is in the spring or fall when temperatures are cooler and nature is at its best.

Overall, the best time to visit Mostar depends on your interests and preferences, and you should choose a time that suits your needs and expectations.

How to Get Around in Mostar?

Mostar is a relatively small city, and it’s easy to get around on foot. However, if you prefer to use public transportation or need to travel outside the city center, here are some options for getting around Mostar:

  1. Bus: Mostar has a network of local buses that connect the city center with the suburbs and nearby towns. The buses tickets can be purchased on board. However, the schedules and routes can be confusing for visitors who don’t speak the local language.
  2. Taxi: Taxis are widely available in Mostar, and can be found at taxi stands or hailed on the street. Taxis in Mostar are not metered, so it’s important to agree on a price before getting in. It’s also a good idea to ask your hotel or a local for a recommendation for a reliable taxi company or driver.
  3. Car rental: If you want to explore the surrounding area or travel independently, renting a car is a good option. There are several car rental companies in Mostar, including Europcar and Sixt. However, driving in Mostar can be challenging due to narrow streets and heavy traffic, and parking can be difficult to find in the city center.
  4. Walking and cycling: Mostar is a pedestrian-friendly city, and walking is the best way to explore the historic center and the Old Bridge. Bicycles can also be rented in some locations and are a popular way to explore the surrounding countryside.

Overall, getting around Mostar is relatively easy, and visitors can choose the mode of transportation that best suits their needs and preferences.

What to See and Do in Mostar

Mostar is a fabulous destination due to its fascinating history and its rich culture.

In turn, due to its proximity to Bled and Ljubljana, many travelers combine their trip to Mostar with these destinations, which is why you will find these sites in several of our offers.

You also have day tours of sites of interest in Mostar. Do not wait any longer to book your excursions through this beautiful destination!

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Are the tours in Mostar in English?

Yes! The tours hired from Greca can be in English or Spanish. Check with your travel agent.

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Private transfer in Mostar

From Greca we can assign you a private transfer so that you can enjoy your visit to Mostar with comfort and safety.

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Availability of tours in Mostar

With Greca we make sure that you have availability of excursions in all destinations. Best of all, you won't have to wait to buy your tickets or stand in long lines for each attraction!

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