The town of Neum is the only coastal bastion in a mostly landlocked country, blessed with clear waters, sprawling wilderness, and ethereal views of mountains.
Visit the largest city in the agricultural heartland of the Neretva Delta and climb up the old stone steps in the ghostly town of Pocitelj, once a medieval center of administration.
Travel to the proud city of Mostar and traverse the great 16th century bridge for which the city is named.
28 Mar - 30 Oct: Tuesday
Good news! You can get picked up from selected hotels, just give us the details at the time of booking. Don’t worry if you have not booked your hotel yet, our customer service executives will get in touch and confirm the details.
Your hotel in Dubrovnik
You will be picked up from your Dubrovnik hotel for this Mostar Sightseeing Tour.
Drive along the Adriatic coastline towards Bosnia and Herzegovina, awestruck at tall pines scaling limestone cliffs and diminutive islands poking up from a clear blue sea.
Cross over into Bosnia and Herzegovina, with short but memorable stops in several picturesque towns.
Walk along the stone ruins of Pocitelj, an ancient fortified city built by Bosnia's King Stjepan Tvrtko I in the 14th century.
Arrive in Mostar, your destination for the day, where you are treated to a sightseeing tour of this beautiful low-lying town, which is looked after on all sides by the mountain of Herzegovina.
The bridge was destroyed during the Bosnian war, but has been faithfully rebuilt by the people of Mostar, who have rallied behind their reputation as “the bridge keepers” across the ages.
Mostar will leave an indelible imprint in your mind before you head back to your hotel in Dubrovnik.
Please call the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to start of the tour for reconfirming departure details. It is mandatory to bring your passport with you.
Voucher Information : Sorry, but we will need you to print a paper version of your booking voucher (we're working on changing this). At this time no refund can be given for customers without a printed copy of their version.
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