What you will experience
On our drive into the hinterland we will make a short coffe break in Pocitelj, the first UNESCO listed monument in Bosna and Hercegovina, before arriving in Mostar. We will introduce you with this charming city with an amazing history and give you insider tips on how to best spend your free time there.
The Old Bazaar, craft workshops and Mosque are but a few of the main attractions to see. We will walk over the landmark Turkish bridge from the 16th century – if it is a summer time, you may see one of the brave locals jumping into the Neretva river flowing under the bridge.
During your free time, pop into one of many little restaurants to try traditional dishes such as cevapi, pita or burek. Post-lunch, take a stroll through the Bazaar or have drink alongside the Neretva river.
After Mostar, we will stop in the most visited sanctuary in this part of Europe – Medjugorje. Even if you are not a beliver, this place is no less impressive. Try to find your inner peace or get inspired on the Mount of Appearance where in 1981 Virgin Mary appeared to a group of children for the first time. Medjugorje is a world-wide known destination for pilgrims.
Krvavice waterfalls are nearby so if you want to refresh yourself, you can go swimming in the waterfalls.