Experimente o "ponto de encontro do Oriente e do Ocidente" enquanto passeia pelas ruas de Mostar, listadas pela UNESCO como Patrimônio da Humanidade, nesta excursão de um dia saindo de Dubrovnik. Cruze a fronteira para a Bósnia e Herzegovina. Em seguida, descubra o caldeirão de culturas de Mostar enquanto admira a bela ponte Stari Most, espie dentro da magnífica Mesquita de Mostar e saiba mais sobre o passado otomano da cidade em Turkish House. Esta excursão para pequenos grupos é limitada a 18 pessoas e inclui tempo livre para explorar de forma independente.
Admire as vistas do interior da Dalmácia no caminho cenográfico para a Bósnia e Herzegovina
Excursão de dia inteiro a Mostar saindo de Dubrovnik
Com excelente valor, a excursão inclui embarque no hotel e transporte ida e volta
Maravilhe-se com as pitorescas pontes e edifícios históricos de Mostar em um passeio a pé
A excursão para grupos pequenos limitada a 18 pessoas garante uma experiência personalizada
Tire fotos da Ponte Stari Most e da linda margem do rio Neretva
Kind of a long drive out (about 3 hours each way including border crossing), but with an expert driver and a guide who provided just enough information on the way. Pickup was a bit chaotic at the Pile Gate. Lots of tours picking up at the same time so you need to be aware - the destination is in the windshield and the name of the tour operator is on the door to the van. Mostar was worth the visit (imho) and the tour operator there was very entertaining and forthright about the troubles. It was quite “touristy” but the people were overall friendly.
This was an excellent tour and would definitely recommend. Guide was very informative and friendly. We stopped at Neum for a short break before heading to the border. We stopped at Kravice Waterfalls which were fabulous. Spent about an hour there before heading to Mostar. What a delightful place. The Stari Most Bridge was impressive and divers were waiting for tourists to pay up enough money before jumping into the river below. We also visited a Turkish House which was very interesting. A really great day.
When in Dubrovnik I would highly recommend taking this tour. The pickup and drop off was punctual, we were on a nice Mercedes mini-bus with good AC. The journey was long but comfortable and the time taken to cross the borders is dependent on the volume of traffic. We arrived in Mostar and had a tour of the small town which lasted about 45 minutes and was very informative which lots of interesting facts about the history of Bosnia and Herzegovina. We then had some spare time to get some food food here is much cheaper than Croatia or explore the town. Mostar is very beautiful with lots of character and the people are very friendly and welcoming.
We then travelled to the waterfalls late in the afternoon, it is a long walk down some stairs so not great for people who struggle with mobility, but it is pretty once you get down there. They are nice to swim in and there is a small snack van by the water.
Overall my partner and I age 23 and 22 had a great day and would highly recommend this tour!
On the way to Mostar we stopped off at Kravice waterfalls which were stunning and well worth the walk down to the bottom to see the full effect.
From there we went to the ancient town of Mostar. You can still see some of the devastation caused by the wars. There is plenty of time to walk through the ancient town and over the Stari Most bridge. I imagine the cobbled stones can be a bit slippery in wet weather so be careful. There are a large number of touristy shops lining the paths which spoil the impact of the town.
I enjoyed this 10 hour tour but without the visit to the waterfalls I would say there are better places to visit from Dubrovnik.
The guides were great ,very informative.It would have helped to have been told to wear sturdy shoes for walking around Mostar.The cobbles and the old bridge would be difficult for someone with limited mobility
Highly recommended. Thank you to Igor who was a wonderful guide and went out of his way to make our trip special. He told us about the history of Dubrovnik and Croatia as we travelled to the border. He was very knowledgeable and made our trip memorable.
We really enjoyed visiting Mostar and the stop off at Kravice waterfall took our breath away. It is beautiful and does not have any large tourist crowds likes Piltvice Lakes does. We enjoyed a guided tour of Mostar before having around two hours free time to explore.
Book this tour and you will not be disappointed. Thank you for a wonderful experience.
This tour was well organized and interesting. If you're interested in taking a quick swim at Kravice falls, you will have time if you head straight down. Many in my group did. Also, euros is the preferred currency when shopping in old town mostar, I didn't know this beforehand.
The tour has been well organised and Mostar is a beautiful and interesting place to visit. The tour led by a local tour guide based in Mostar has been too short and finished in 25 minutes. We travelled all day on the bus from Dubrovnik and a little bit more information and history about Mostar may help.
I'd booked a few trips through viator and contacted each to confirm pick up times, this was the only one to not respond to me. The staff at my hotel called the tour group for me the day before the trip and I was given a pick up time however on the day they were about 10 mins late. Once all pick-ups were made, we travelled along the Croatian coast, admiring the beautiful views. Our tour guide talked about Croatian history throughout the trip and I found this very interesting. Note that there are 3 border controls to go through but these were quite quick.
We stopped at Neum for about 15-20mins. Essentially this is just a service station so there's not much to do here. There is a hotel, for anyone that needs a coffee or toilet break, and a supermarket. I picked up some drinks and snacks from the supermarket and, as well as being very cheap, I was pleased that they accepted Croatian Kunas.
We then travelled on to Kravice waterfalls and spent about an hour here which, unless you choose to swim in the lakes, was probably too long. Kravice had a couple of cafes but not much else. The lakes and waterfalls were very pretty but very crowded. Note that there is a cost 25 Croatian Kunas to enter the park.
Then on to Mostar where sadly our tour seemed a bit disorganised. We were met in the new part of town by a local guide who started giving us a tour but after about 5 minutes we were met by a second guide who then took over from her without any explanation. The local guide led us to the old town and gave us a tour which lasted about 30 minutes but this felt quite rushed.
After the guided tour we only had about 90 minutes free time in Mostar, not the 2.5 hours suggested in the tour description. Mostar itself was lovely, the old town was full of bustling markets, beautiful architecture and the famous bridge was stunning. The paths in the old town are all made from cobbles which are very slippy underfoot so take care! The items sold at the markets were very reasonably priced and accept Croatian Kunas - lots of designer knock-offs though.
In the new town there is a church with a bell tower which you can go up and admire some stunning views of the city. There is an elevator which will take you almost to the top and for 24 Croatian Kunas I would recommend this.
After our free time in Mostar we returned to Dubrovnik, without any stops along the way, and arrived back at our hotel at 7pm. Overall this was an enjoyable day out and I really enjoyed Mostar but I think the tour could do with some improvements.
There is nothing special for the waterfall. Don't pay for it and request more time on the old city.
Food in the old city is really delicious, but they need a long time to prepare. That means you have no time to visit the old city! Be wise!