One Day in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina

One Day in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Mostar, Bosnia-Herzegovina (B)

I’ve had a picture of the Old Bridge on the storage unit above the desk in my office for as long as I can remember – well at least since 2013.

That year, one of the places I visited was Turkey and for that leg of the trip, I flew with Turkish Air which as a result I was given a promotional calendar with pictures of all the places they fly to. Naturally, I cut out all the pictures of the places I’ve been and the places I still need to go and stuck them on the storage unit above my desk.

I love bridges. There is something symbolic about them. They connect people, connect land, connect counties, cross borders so we can share stories, share food, share ideas and stay connected. It’s really what I’m all about, who I strive to be when I travel and what I hope to accomplish with this blog.

The ‘Don’t Forget’ signs are found all around the Town of Mostar and are a reminder of the damage, the pain, and the courage to rebuild after the 1990s conflict.

- Historically, Mostar was the capital of Herzegovina, surrounded by mountains with the Neretva river running through it. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: One Day in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Guide Location: Bosnia-Herzegovina » Mostar
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Christopher Rudder
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Villa Anri
  • Boutique Hotel Old Town
  • Muslibegovic House
  • Koski Mehmed Pasha Mosque
  • Karadžoz Bey Mosque
  • the Old Bridge
  • The Museum of the Old Bridge
  • Kriva ćuprija
  • Urban Grill
  • Sadrvan
  • Pablo’s