Mostar Day Tour from Dubrovnik

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From £48.00
Location: Dubrovnik, Croatia
Rating: based on 33 reviews

This is a city of poetry, stone and narrow streets. The city where the traveller from the north feels the first breeze of the Mediterranean air, imbued with the scents of citrus and sea whereas the traveller from the south reaches the first glimpses of the continent beyond.

Inclusions:

  • Day trip (destination A to B)
  • Led by a professional local guide
  • All entrance fees included

The town is exceptional for its dwellings and monuments, assembled harmoniously over the centuries thanks to the favourable geographical conditions and the sound economic climate. Visit the city sights, which include the Old Bazaar, the Turkish House and one of the many old Mosques. After the guided tour of the town you will have some free time for a stroll among the many old craft shops or for lunch in one of the picturesque local restaurants.

IMPORTANT: Passport is required.

Schedule

Departure Point: Tour departs from the below pick up points/hotels in Dubrovnik

Departure Time:

  • GRUZ PORT 7:45am
  • H.LAPAD 7:10am
  • H.PRESIDENT 7:15am
  • KOMPAS 7:20am
  • POSTA LAPAD 7:20am
  • BUS STATION ADRIA AUTO 7:25am
  • VIS/ADRIATIC 7:30am
  • LERO/BELLEVUE 7:35am
  • ARGENTINA 7:30am
  • EXCELSIOR 7:30am
  • HILTON GARAGE 7:35am
  • ZUPA 7:25am
  • ASTAREA 7:20am
  • PLAT 7:10am
  • EPIDAURUS 6:45am
  • ALBATROS 6:50am
  • BUS ST. CAVTAT 6:55am
  • CROATIA 7:00am
  • OSMINE 8:35am

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Picked up from hotel about on time and taken by mini bus to consolidate with other trippers on coach outside Dubrovnik. Comfortable coach and guide gave running commentary. Arrived in Mostar by about 11.30 a.m. and it was hot and sunny which is usual. A local guide took us around the town and gave good information. Visited a Turkish house and a mosque and walked through the small local streets to the famous Old Bridge over the Neretva River. The bridge was destroyed in the war in the 1990’s but has been rebuilt as before. Passports are needed as you pass from Croatia to Bosnia but no visa. You can spend the local currency the marka and also Croatian kuna and Euros everywhere so no need to change money before hand. The shops give decent rates of exchange. It was a good tour and well worth the time and money.

Reviewed by: Alfred E

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