- Full-day private tour to Medjugorje and Mostar from Dubrovnik
- Enjoy picturesque scenery while traveling by minivan through Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Stroll through Počitelj’s UNESCO World Heritage-listed town center on a walking tour
- Visit Medjugorje, the most important Christian pilgrimage site in the Balkans
- Wander around Mostar with your private guide, and see the Old Bridge
- Hotel pickup and drop-off from your centrally located Dubrovnik hotel
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What You Can Expect
Continue your journey along the picturesque Neretva River to the town of Počitelj. Enjoy a leisurely paced walking tour around its UNESCO World Heritage-listed center, and stop to look at historical landmarks like the Haji-Ali Mosque and Sahat-kula -- a clock tower fort on top of the hill above the town.
Hop back into your minivan and relax with views of the Bosnian countryside on the way to Medjugorje, an important Catholic pilgrimage site since 1981, when apparitions of the Virgin Mary were reported. Stroll around with your private guide, who will talk to you about history of this spiritual town, and then enjoy free time to explore independently, or perhaps attend a mass if you wish.
Your private day trip heads on to Mostar, another hugely important cultural and religious town in Bosnia. Admire Mostar's Old Bridge– the 16th-century bridge that was destroyed in the 1990s Bosnian war, but rebuilt to in 2004 – symbolizing unity between the town’s Muslims and Croats. Visit the Mosque of Mostar and the town’s famous Turkish House that shows a fascinating insight into Ottoman life. Enjoy free time for lunch at a local restaurant (own expense), before heading to Tekija – the last stop of your day.
On arrival in Tekija, see beautiful Turkish-style buildings and naturally formed springs in the Buna River. Then, sit back and relax, enjoying views of the Bosnian countryside on the way back to Dubrovnik.
This tour was amazing! Viator uses local company Super Tours, and our tour guide Olga and our driver were both wonderful. Olga spoke fluent english, and was outgoing and informative. She knew a ton about the history of the region, and gave us a detailed explanation of the region and both the ancient and recent history. We skipped Medjugorge for more time in Pocitelj and Mostar and were glad we did. Pocitelj was very quaint and interesting. Mostar itself was stunningly beautiful. The bridge is amazing, and the old town market was colorful and fun. Lots of fun (and cheap, but well made) trinkets and souvenirs to buy. The borders between Bosnia and Croatia were no problem at all. We got traditional Turkish teas at lunch at a restaurant Labirint. We went for the traditional Bosnian grill and the local wine and it was absolutely delicious. With great views of the bridge and the mosque. I would highly recommend this tour (or any tour with this company) to anyone.
We had a great Spanish speaking guide Olga and a driver that I dont remember his name, but both very professionals in their work, it was a private tour for the four of us and since our main interest was going to Medugorje and had visited Mostar earlier she took us to other interesting places.