Old Bridge Area Of The City Of

Mostar

Mostar is a real melting pot of cultures in the southern part of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The town is mostly recognized for its picturesque Ottoman-style bridge over the Neretva River and medieval stone buildings. Being part of the UNESCO heritage list, it’s one of the most visited landmarks in the region.

Bosnia and Herzegovina

January 13, 2020

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Willflies, Willflies. Members of Mostar’s Diving Club collect money from tourists and jump into the turquoise waters of Neretva river from a height of 24 meters. Mostar Photo Guide. The best spot to watch this show is down on the bank. The old centre was restored to the original state after its destruction during the war in the 90s. It gained back its charm and is a great place to shop for traditional Bosnian souvenirs. What to see in Mostar For a small fee, you can visit the interior and the minaret of this Mostar’s mosque. Members of Mostar’s Diving Club collect money from tourists and jump into the turquoise waters of Neretva river from a height of 24 meters. Mostar Photo Guide, Mostar Photo Guide, Mostar Photo Guide

Citadel Počitelj seen when approaching Mostar
Saint Peter and Paul Monastery
The Old Town of Mostar is filled with local vendors selling their goods

Diving Off The Bridge

Stari Most

Members of Mostar Diving Club collect money from tourists and jump into the turquoise waters of the Neretva River from an incredible height of 24 meters. The best spot to watch this show is down the bridge on the river bank.

View of the Old Bridge from the top of a minaret
The best place to watch people diving off the bridge is on the river bank
Mostar Diving Club member jumping into the river
Kujundžiluk Street

Wander The Streets

Kujundžiluk

The old centre of Mostar was restored to the original state after its destruction during the war in the 90s. It gained back its charm and is a great place to shop around for traditional Bosnian souvenirs and to taste the local cuisine.

Historic buildings of Mostar
Walking along the Neretva river
Narrow streets of Mostar

From The Top

Koski Mehmed Pasha Mosque

For a small fee, you can visit the interior and the minaret of this Mostar’s mosque. Climb to the top to get nice views of the Old Bridge and other parts of the city. If you don’t fancy climbing stairs, there’s another paid photo spot by the river.

Koski Mehmed Pasha Mosque interior
Looking north from the top of the minaret
Kriva ćuprija bridge
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By William

Hey there! I am a 20-year-old student from the Czech Republic, who loves to travel and take photos. I run this website as a hobby, to share my trips with others, give you some tips on where to go, and overall encourage you to travel more.

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2 Comments

  1. Eva

    Krásné fotografie Mostaru. Ráda bych se tam taky někdy podívala.

    Reply
    • William

      Děkuju 🙂

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