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Amazing trip - lucked out with our guide Ivan - he was so helpful and really enjoyed the trip thanks to him.
Excellent, Neno the driver/Tour guide was terrific, very sensible and patient, he is to be commended for his hard work
Enjoyed the experience very much, one of a kind.
This was a great tour! Ana, the tour guide, was incredibly knowledgeable about Croatia and Bosnia's history. The locations are fantastic with scenic views and plenty to see/do. Would recommend the Food House in Mostar, it serves divine, traditional Bosnian meals at an affordable price!
This day troup is through Super Tours, which I had two great experiences with day trip to Bosnia and day trip to Montenegro. This small group tour was a group of 9 and is a fully packed day trip. We had a great guide and a great driver. The group tour is well organized and you get to spend a good amount of time in Mostar, which is the highlight of the trip.
There is not much to see in Medjugorje you are there for approx 30 minutes, but they have this town on the tour as it is an important town due to the trek that many people take up on the mountain.
My wife and I really enjoyed our tour of Bosnia and Herzegovina, thanks to our excellent tour guide, Zelka, who picked us up on time. He did a great job of keeping us interested when telling us about the history of each place we visited: Medjugorje, Mostar, Pocitelj and Ston. We highly recommend this tour from Dubrovnik.
Mostar was well worth the trip. The famous bridge there was amazing. The areas around the bridge were also nice.
Our guide Ivan was fantastic, he drove us all day and shared details about the region and history, would highly recommend him for anyone else taking this tour. We had another guide in Mostar and she was wonderful as well. Well worth the trip from Dubrovnik !
Was an amazing trip our tour guide nano went out of his way to make our day the best possible. He told us about the history and made us feel so welcome!
Our guide Nano was amazing!!! He educated us about each spot and was extremely kind and friendly. The old town of Mzoster was gorgeous as well as the other stops prior and after. I would highly recommend this tour and say that you're lucky if you get him as your guide!
We loved this tour. The highlight was seeing Mostar and having a lot of time to explore and take photographs. It was extremely picturesque with an incredible history. Our bus driver and guide, Ivan, was courteous, informative and had excellent English and knowledge of the area. He was happy to make a few extra stops along the way for quick photographs. We enjoyed the fact that there were only eight participants and we were all speaking the one language. The mini bus was very comfortable with great air conditioning. Travelling back to Dubrovnik I sat in the back seat and was not always able to hear the driver so a microphone would be useful. We highly recommend this tour and the guide Ivan.
Mostar is incredible. Enjoyed all the stops. Anna is a great guide.
This excursion was one of my favorites from our Croatia trip. Everyone should take the time to visit Mostar, a vibrant town steeped in culture and history. Pocitelj was a nice stop and helped to break up the drive. The drive itself was very scenic both along the coast in Croatia and inland in Bosnia. Our guide, Ivana, was very knowledgeable and personable. She told us about the little towns that the bus was driving through and gave us a little history of region and the history of Yugoslavia. She did a good job of balancing the time between giving us information along the way and letting us quietly enjoy the drive.
I would have preferred a shorter stop at Medjugorje, or even skipping it entirely to allow for more time in Mostar. The 45 minutes at Medjugorje was more than enough to see everything. While the church is impressive, it is modern, so it lacks the charm of the older churches in other towns. The nearby streets are full of vendors selling trinkets to tourists. And there's not much else to the town.
Really good trip with plenty of things to see. Hotel pick up was disorganised and could be approved
A fantastic day out and well worth doing if you are staying in Dubrovnik. Mostar is visually stunning and has been beautifully re-built after the war. Every view provides you with a photo opportunity. The stop in Medjugorje was also well worth it- a beautiful church and peaceful surroundings.
Lovely trip with well informed guides, one of which was a local from Mostar. The resilience of the city is beautiful to see in person.
We had a very personable guide that was very passionate about Croatia. Enjoyed his enthusiasm and sharing bits of trivia that kept us engaged.
In Mostar we were handed off to another tour guide that was bound and determined to cram one hour of information in 59 minutes. She was very knowledgable but wanted to say her piece and then split. But she knew her stuff about Mostar.
The vehicle was very clean comfortable for the nine passengers. I think the driver/guide said it was a new micro-bus.
Sane as other tours we booked with Viatar Montenegro and Game of Thrones in Dubrovnik were amazing and well organized.
Learned a lot about history, culture and the war from Anna, our tour guide. who not only was very nice and friendly but did an excellent job managing English-Spanish without anybody feeling left out.
A really amazing trip! Our courier Anna was friendly and informative. We spent 45 minutes at Medjugorge and about 3 hours in Mostar before making a 45 minute stop at the small waterside village of Pedast on the way back. The scenery was spectacular and I would thoroughly recommend this tour