• Location: Dubrovnik, Croatia
  • Duration: 11 hours (approx.)
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While in Dubrovnik, head to another country for the day to see the best of Bosnia and Herzegovina on a guided day trip. Stop in Neum, Bosnia’s only coastal town, and then continue on to UNESCO-protected Počitelj, which boasts beautiful historical sites such as Haji-Ali Mosque and Sahat-kula. Later, head to Medjugorje, the place where, in 1981, six children saw an apparition of the Virgin Mary and has been one of the most popular spots for Catholic pilgrimage in the world. Finally, continue on to Mostar with its stunning bridge.

Highlights

  • Day trip to Bosnia and Herzegovina from Dubrovnik
  • Discover Mostar's Old Bridge as well as its multicultural heritage monuments, like the Mosque of Mostar and the Turkish House
  • Visit the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Pocitelj city center
  • Enjoy a walking tour of Medjugorje, an important pilgrimage location for the Catholic world

What You Can Expect

Bosnia and Herzegovina Day Trip Including Medjugorje and Mostar

Small-Group Bosnia and Herzegovina Day Trip: Medjugorje

Get the most out of your time on the southern Dalmatian Coast by booking this full-day trip to see the highlights of neighboring country, Bosnia and Herzegovina. After getting picked up at your hotel and meeting your guide, enjoy the trip north of the city, passing through rustic seaside villages until you get to the border (don’t forget your passport!). Stop in the town of Neum, Bosnia’s only seaside town and take a moment to stretch your legs and browse in the shops of this border town. 

Then carry on inland, stopping in Počitelj, a UNESCO-protected town. Take a stroll around town, and learn about its history as you stop to admire the historical structures of Haji-Ali Mosque and Sahat-kula, a silo-shaped fort on top of the hill above the town.

Drink in the views of the Bosnian countryside as the air-conditioned coach snakes its way toward Medjugorje. Once in the town, hop off the bus for a closer look at this spiritually important town. It all started in 1981 when six children claimed they’d been visited by the Virgin Mary. And ever since then, Medjugorje has been an important stop on the Catholic pilgrimage trail. Take some free time here to explore the town and even attend a church service, if you wish.

Then journey on to Mostar, a historical and culturally significant Balkan town, most known for its jaw-dropping beautiful bridge, connecting the Muslim to the Catholic sides of town. Stroll the streets of the town and take some time to witnesses the daredevils diving off of the bridge. 
Head back to Dubrovnik and continue enjoying the views of the countryside until you’re dropped back off at your hotel.

Customer Reviews

Yogesh J USA

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2018

One of our most memorable trips on our vacation to Dubrovnik. Bosnia and Herzegovina is a very beautiful country and the people are very friendly. The guide, who was entering college for a masters degree in engineering the following week, was extremely helpful and friendly. He was himself from Bosnia and was very knowledgeable about the society and life there. In Mostar, we had a local guide who was also excellent. It seemed unbelievable that this country had recently seen so much bloodshed and horror. It all was so peaceful and lovely. Amazing that the people can have so much hatred for others. But the country at present is lovely. The checkpoints took very little time and, with only 6 people, we had a very pleasant and personal tour. Highly recommended.

Braziliantraveller United Kingdom

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2018

A Beautiful place i really enjoyed it , the only place i did not like much was the stop on the city of pilgrimage did not have anything on my point of view interesting , but the old bridge was beautiful

Martina B

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2018

Our driver and guide Vladamir was excellent
So knowledgeable, informative and free person
He went way out of his way to make the trip exactly what everyone wanted.
Disappointed in the local guide in Mostar, lovely young girl, learning her trade, but so much yet to learn.
I didn’t hear the information she sharded because she began to talk before everyone had gathered.
No where near the depth of knowledge Vlanamir shared
This however didn’t spoil our day and I’m sure she’ll improve with experience.

sophie-duncan

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2018

We had a great day out. It's a very long day but we got so much crammed in and we saw and experienced lots. Our driver/guide Luka unsure on spelling was lovely. He was talkative and wanted to engage us in the areas we were going to and told us little bits of info on the drives between locations which was interesting. We spent our day travelling in a mini bus with a few other people, it was nice travelling in a smaller group but we also caught up with some other groups when we got to Mostar in Bosnia and had a walking tour of the city with a local guide. It was interesting to experience such different cultures in each place we went to, which was really interesting to compare to Dubrovnik too. Great day out, and we had lots of free time to do what we wanted to. Lots of walking and we got the most free time 3 hours in Mostar, and got between 30 mins - 1 hour at the other locations.

Vibin C

5 star rating: Highly Recommended May 2018

Fantastic day trip to Mostar.

WESTON W

5 star rating: Highly Recommended May 2018

So much to see and take in but well worth the money. Excellent restaurants in Mostar.

Ricardo United States of ... 

5 star rating: Highly Recommended April 2018

The trip lets you pass to 3 border controls, but was nothing if you let yourself busy. The trip to medjugorje was short, no access to apparition hill. We stayed around 3 hours in Mostar which included your time to eat lunch. We passed by Pocitelj for half an hour and back to Dubrovnik.

smportillo26

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2018

Loved this tour! a day full of knowledge. Medjugorje is a very religious site and therefore very busy. I am glad I got to see it but my highlight was definitely Mostar. Make sure you have their typical Cevapi dish if having lunch there.

STANLEY G

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2018

Had a wonderful and very interesting day. This is a must for travellers wishing to cover a lot of ground in a short time.

Vincent S

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2018

Tour was great. Mostar and the stop after at the old fort was great. Good pictures were taken and gifts bought. One of the other tour participants had an issue with a local vendor. The tour guides were sincerely concerned and were helping mediate the issue when they found out.

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