After spending 3 weeks traveling in the Balkan countries of Montenegro and Croatia we had the opportunity to travel to Mostar in Bosnia with Adriatic Explore and Go Dubrovnik. Although it was only a day trip, it left us wanting to see more of this war-torn region. As part of the tour, we had a local Mostar guide for a 50-minute walking tour of the Old City of Mostar.
In the capable hands of our very safe driver Stefan and our very knowledgeable guide Anastasia we left Dubrovnik early one morning for the journey through 3 border crossings to Mostar.
Yes, 3 border crossings!
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If you are in either Dubrovnik or Split and you want to see either city you will need to take your passport with you as you will have 2 border crossings to go through in each direction. The border crossing takes you into the small 9km long corridor of Bosnia & Herzegovina – Nuem.
#1 The Journey to Mostar from Dubrovnik – Neum
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