What to do in Mostar?

…charming European city known for its iconic UNESCO World Heritage Site bridge…

Mostar is a beautiful city in Bosnia and Herzegovina, known for its stunning architecture, historic sites, and the famous Stari Most (Old Bridge). Here are some things you can do in Mostar.

Explore the Old Town


Begin your visit by exploring the charming Old Town. Wander through narrow cobblestone streets, admire traditional Ottoman-style architecture, and browse the local shops and markets.


Visit Stari Most | Old Bridge


Stari Most is a UNESCO World Heritage Site & the iconic symbol of Mostar. Built in the 16th century, this magnificent bridge spans the Neretva River and offers breathtaking views of the city. Be sure to watch the brave divers who leap off the bridge into the river below.

Discover the Turkish Houses

Muslibegovic house

Visit this well-preserved Ottoman-era houses, Kajtaz House, Muslibegovic House & Biscevic House, which showcases traditional Turkish architecture and offers insights into the city’s history. You can explore the rooms, courtyard, and see exhibits that depict the lifestyle of the period.

Enjoy panoramic views of Mostar

Koski Mehmed Pasha Mosque

Climb the minaret of Koski Mehmed Pasha Mosque, go to Mostar Peace Bell Tower, and drive or hike to Sky-walk Fortica for panoramic views of Mostar.


Take a stroll along the Neretva River & Experience local cuisine

Restoran Sadrvan

Enjoy a leisurely walk along the banks of the Neretva River, taking in the scenic views and vibrant atmosphere. You can also find various cafes and restaurants with delicious Bosnian cuisine & outdoor seating where you can relax and enjoy the surroundings. Don’t miss trying cevapi (grilled meat sausages), pita and baklava (sweet pastry with nuts and honey).

Visit the Blagaj Tekke


Just a short drive from Mostar, you’ll find the Blagaj Tekke, a beautiful 16th-century Sufi monastery built into a cliff by a river Buna spring. Explore the grounds, have a meal at a riverside restaurant, and take a boat ride on the emerald-green Buna River.

Or take a day trips to other nearby attractions

Kravica Waterfalls

If you have more time, consider taking day trips to nearby attractions like the historic town of Pocitelj, the stunning Kravice Waterfalls, Hutovo Blato Nature Park, Medjugorje (a significant Catholic pilgrimage site), Vjetrenica Cave, UNESCO World Heritage Radimlja necropolis or scenic train journey to Sarajevo.

Overall, there are many interesting and beautiful places to visit near Mostar, each offering a unique glimpse into Bosnia and Herzegovina’s history, culture, and natural beauty.

Mostar City Guide

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