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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.
Had a wonderful and very interesting day. This is a must for travellers wishing to cover a lot of ground in a short time.
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.
This tour was amazing and easily one of the best we have taken. Anna and Stefan were so good and so funny and were experts at the border crossings. All the stops were interesting and well organised. We particularly liked Mostar and our local guide gave us an insight into what it was like there during the war. Don't miss this tour!
Jan M Australia
A magnificent tour. Being in the off season the crowds were still in evidence but bearable! Our suggestion would be to have more time in Medjugorje and less time in Mostar, as most of our group were waiting for the driver at the end of the Mostar visit!
Even though the trip was very long, me and my friend had a great time in Bosnia. Mostar is a beautiful town with very nice people and food. I wouldn't have stopped at Medjugorje, as there's not much to see or do. Our last stop was Pocitelj, a very small town but a nice place to take amazing pictures!
This was our favorite day trip from Dubrovnik. Our driver and guide, Mario, was outstanding. He made the long drive entertaining. Our group got along very well. We enjoyed meeting the other tourists also.
Great tour from start to finish. The guide/driver was informative and professional throughout so we learnt a little of the history of each place as we drove to them. Medjugorje was a little disappointing in that in consisted of a church and not much else, but Mostar was a lovely place to visit. We even witnessed someone diving off the famous bridge.
Tired of spending NYC prices for so-so food in Dubrovnik? Then go to Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH)! There food is inexpensive and good! After getting ripped off at FCO currency exchange, BIH was blessing. While the history is sad, Mostar is amazing. Medjugorje is not unless you're into religious sites
A fantastic tour, I'd recommend anyone to go on this. It is a long day, however you get to visit 3 places in total with Mostar being the jewel all with great views and history. Igor did a great job keeping everyone informed also. Food in Mostar was really great!
An excellent day trip which takes in so much. Loved it all especially the fact that it was a small friendly group and at stops we were not kept waiting for missing passengers! Tour guide was knowledgeable and pleasant. Very much enjoyed the visit to Medjugorje and the church where there was a service taking place in Italian which was very enjoyable. Not a lot to see in the town other than a street of souvenir shops but it was the church we were there for. Even though Mostar was crowded, we very much enjoyed the visit especially a well-deserved lunch at the restaurant Sadrvan which was recommended by the guide! In fact, have to mention the guide in Mostar who was EXCELLENT and extremely knowledgeable when it came to the history of the region which made it very interesting for husband and I who had both worked in the region during the war! A wonderful trip which is my second one booked through Viator. It will not be my last!
Mostar is wonderful place to see. Could have skipped the fake Medjugorje - even the church denys it.
This was a beautiful day trip with an excellent tour guide who gave us all the history of Bosnia and she was such a delight to be around young uni student working in her summer break. Mostar is a town with so much history and the most beautiful crafts on sale. The restaurant in the old town was outstanding and so very cheap
We weren't sure what to expect with this tour but out of our 9 days around the region this was one of our favorite days. We liked that it was a smaller group of us 8, and our tour guide Zeljko was great! He was fun, imformative and Mostar was an incredible city. Only downside was we wish we had more time to explore more in Mostar.
Great trip and Bosnia was so much less expensive than Croatia for souvenir shopping and lunch. Stopping at Medjugorje was a waste of time for us - too long for anyone not interested in the pilgrimage site but too short for anyone really wanting to visit the site. Guide on the bus was OK, but the one in Mostar was brilliant. Excellent spoken English, real life experience of the city having grown up during the war and took us to an excellent local restaurant for lunch.
This is a great trip for seeing the beauty of Bosnia and Herzegovina and learning about its history. The stops were lovely. We happened to arrive in Medjugorje on the very day of Ascension Day, which for Catholics, is a high holy day. So we got to see devotees from all over the country some of whom had walked for miles alone or in groups, to pray and participate in the worship experiences. This made parking a bit difficult for our little bus there were six in our group but we got a big dose of local culture. The visit to Mostar was essential for understanding the war. We got to see a film showing how the original bridge was destroyed by bombs, and now how it has been rebuilt as the symbol of resilience for the city. The old town is very lovely and our lunch there was one of the most memorable. Great trip! Our guide was very knowledgeable and answered all our questions. Another stop to visit a village, a mosque and to buy fresh fruits and produce capped off the day.
Cherise C Virgin Islands U.S.
I highly recommend this tour! We got off to a rocky start, because our initial driver had misplaced his identification card/passport, so we had to immediately go back to the tour operator's office, where we waited a short time. We got a new tour guide and was on our way. If you are not religious, realize that there is not much to see in or near Medjugorje. All of the nearby shops only sale religious items, such as statues, etc. It can be a bit overwhelming.
However, the highlight will surely be Mostar. The city is beautiful and there is much to see and do. Definitely take the guide's recommendations on where you should have coffee and eat. Bosnian food may be the best that I have had in the Balkans.
Mostar was fantastic. Such a cool place. Great food, too! I really enjoyed learning about the bridge and the history.
A good day trip to choose when staying in Dubrovnik. Well worth it for the historical importance and a chance to see another country while in the area. I especially enjoyed learning about the Mostar bridge. Great shopping for unique gifts as well.
Im Catholic so I was really excited about Medjugorje as part of this Mostar trip. It was disappointing and something that can be missed.
Mostar on the other hand - wow. It really brought home the War of Independence for people who are interested in understanding what happened to this beautiful place. Given that 50 of the town is Catholic and 50 of the town is Muslim the idea of tolerance and peaceful existence here is something that should be highlighted in other areas of the world. If people here can do this - Im sure other great nations can figure it out. It was a must see.
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