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The tour was most satisfactory since I was the only client I had a much more personal tour. My guide Delabar in Mostar was excellent.
D. J. McMahon
Excellent tour and guides. Our Gide from Dubrovnik was very informative and gave us lots of information on the areas we were travelling through . Our guide in Mostar was excellent, welcoming and gave us a brilliant introduction to Mostar and it's history . Highly recommended.
I really enjoyed this trip, and thoroughly recommend it. I thought Mostar was beautiful, and that the locals were really friendly. Although the tour was mostly flat, the streets are nearly all cobbled, so do not wear sandals/flip flops!
Loved Mostar. It was a very long day with quite a lof the time taken up by travelling and crossing the Bosnian border but I think it's definitely worth makin the trip.
Well organized tour. Beautiful city and nice people. Interesting commentary throughout.
Tour was brilliant with good your guide Andrea, very interesting day, beautiful place
I took this English speaking tour on July 12, 2014 and had a great time. Our tour guide Blazen Cujic was excellent! (He also speaks German) He was full of information about the country including local wedding traditions and other occasions in addition to the standard tour information. Our tour guide in Mostar was excellent as well. (Unfortunately, I cannot remember her name- started with a D; similar to Denise) She was living in Mostar during the war and had very moving personal stories of her experiences in addition to the standard tour information. Overall, an excellent day!
Stunning city of Mostar really enjoyed this tour, had a lot of time to ourselves to explore the city.
This is a fab day tip and a must if you have the time. The first stop is an old village with quaint buildings. Then Mostar. This is a gorgeous old town and the bridge is just amazing. You have a walking tour of about an hour then free time for a couple of hours before heading back. Lunch by the river is just great. Everyone is really friendly and helpful. Muslins and christians living together is great to see.