Mostar belongs to Herzegovina-Neretva Canton. As the largest city in this canton, Mostar attracts a large number of tourists every year. The specificity of this canton and the city of Mostar itself is that various geomorphological features that change within. From stone mountains, vast valley regions all the way to the sea coast. Mostar as a city has faced many challenges throughout its history. Due to its geographical position during the war of the 90’s it suffered great damage. But today Mostar is recovering and is one of the most beautiful tourist attractions in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The most striking part of the city is the Old Town, with the symbol of Mostar, the Old Bridge and its bazaars. Towers and houses from the Ottoman period, between which flows emerald Queen Neretva. Take a look at some of the attractions in Mostar and its immediate vicinity, in the hope that you will soon visit this true jewel of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The ‘Vrela’ (Springs) locality itself is an ideal location for a vacation and lunch with family and loved ones as there are numerous restaurants nearby offering a great selection of local food.
At an altitude of 500m east of the city, on the elevation of Fortica, which offers a beautiful view of Mostar. The location of the park is ideal for hiking and mountain biking, as nearby is Mount Velez, which contains over 200km of mapped trails suitable for hiking and mountain biking.
Stylish in its simplicity, Stari Most represents a very important historical value for the whole of Bosnia and Herzegovina. After you visit it, you will see for yourself the beauty of the bridge
Bosnia and Herzegovina has many gems of nature in its landscape. One of the most prominent and famous gems of Bosnia and Herzegovina is the Neretva River.