91 reviews of Mostar Day Trip from Dubrovnik
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Reviewed by RJ F, November 2012
Really good tour. The guide, Ida, was very knowledgeable and gave us plenty of information along the journey. We had a brief stop for photos at Pocitelj to see a traditional Bosnian village, and this was interesting, especially the hammam. At Mostar, Ida handed over to a local guide for a walking tour round the old town. Highlights were the old Turkish House, two Mosques, and of course the Stari Most bridge - complete with divers. There was some free time, but I felt we could have done with maybe another half hour to explore the old market. I would strongly recommend this tour.
Reviewed by lulu, November 2012
I didn't know there were so many borders to cross on one road! That said, in spite of the weather, we had an amazing trip. A long day, with knowledgeable guides (Petra) on the bus, didn't catch name of guide in Mostar). Sad history, which may be being capitalised uamazing countryside.
Reviewed by Sohail, United Kingdom, November 2012
The local Bosniak tour guide, Armina, was very nice. Very beautiful city. One of the must see in the world.
Reviewed by Vicki M, Australia, October 2012
Excellent day trip with a great combination of a professional and friendly guided tour of Mostar as well as with ample "free" time to wander the bazaar and streets of Mostar, or simply have lunch and soak up the atmosphere in this awesome medieval town.
From pickup to drop off, the transport, the guide and the border crossing, the tour and organisation was very professionally run - couldnt ask for more.
A fantastic highlight in our holiday - highly recommended.
Reviewed by GeeKay, October 2012
This was an excellent trip with a good and informative guide (Petra) on the bus to Mostar and a superb local guide (Boris) in Mostar itself. We would thoroughly recommend this trip. It afforded insight into the history of the whole Balkans area and we had the opportunity to ask questions about what has been and remains a very complex situation
Reviewed by NIGEL R, October 2012
Wow is all I can say get your self on this trip and experience something new.
Reviewed by Michael S, October 2012
Elite Travel are 1st class. Efficient and timely morning pickup, good itinery, great courier and driver, excellent local guide and quick decision making when a road accident blocked our return route in Bosnia.
Reviewed by Vera J, September 2012
An ecxellent tour. Both the bus tour guide and Mostar guide were very knowledgeable and entertaining. This was one of the most memorable tours I have done and would highly recommend it to anyone with even the slightest interest in recent political history. As much as I enjoyed Dubrovnik, I was blown away by the information and sights on this tour.
Reviewed by Lina L, September 2012
Mostar trip was great, just enough time was given to spend in Mostar, to have a good look around and to have a nice meal. Guides were nice and we were really happy with everything.
Reviewed by Majella M, August 2012
Excellent tour guide. Highly recommend Mostar as a must see destination.
Reviewed by Adela K, August 2012
Both the driver, Romeo, and the guide (whose name unfortunately I've forgotten) were excellent.
Romeo's driving was incredibly competent and the guide was personable, articulate, knowledgeable, and had a very good manner overall.
The local guide was also very articulate and well-informed and really gave us an understanding of the history of the area of the past 20 or so years.
There was sufficient free time to explore Mostar and, after wandering about in 46C heat, the air-conditioned coach was pure heaven.
Highly recommend the tour. Very well organised.
Reviewed by David C, Australia, July 2012
Very good day trip from Dubrovnik. Going across the border between Croatia and Bosnia and Hertzogovina several times on the trip was an interesting experience. The (rebuilt) bridge in Mostar is amazing and worth the visit by itself. Such a shame the old one was destroyed in the war in the early 1990s. The Muslim graveyard containing large numbers of tombstones of men (young and old) killed in the war is very chilling. How can people do such things! We had a wet day for our visit, so Mostar didn't show its best face, but the trip was well worth it.
Reviewed by Graham B, June 2012
Relaxing journey, even with the waiting at the border crossing. Old town of Mostar well worth visiting and local guide was good, as was the guide travelling with us.