Leave Dubrovnik to go and visit Mostar, a city in the wine-growing valley that will not leave you indifferent. Because of its mix of culture, history, religion, and architecture, you will want to learn how people live there and how the city breaths. Try ˝Baklava˝, famous Bosnian rich and very sweet pastry, drink Turkish coffee, the same way locals do and visit the Old Town for the true experience of this amazing city. One of the most famous constructions in Mostar is the Old Bridge, which is listed on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List. Go shopping on the Old Bazar Kujundziluk, the famous street in Mostar where you can find all kind of different colorful items. After you leave Mostar, on the way to Dubrovnik, you stop at Ston, a small coastal town best known for its salt and oyster tradition. Ston has the longest city walls in Europe. Visit the famous salt works, take a relaxing walk and after that have lunch at the local restaurant where you can try the best oysters in Croatia.