Mostar, Blagaj Buna, Međugorje

Mostar, Blagaj Buna, Međugorje
Wonderful Mediterranean tour Wonderful Mediterranean tour through Mostar, Blagaj buna and Međugorje
Tour info
polazak Departure: 8 a.m.
polazak Price per person: 65 €/130 KM
polazak Guide: Yes
polazak Transport: Yes
polazak Min group size: 2
Museum fees are not included in the price.

This wonderful Mediterranean tour includes visit to the tiny ottoman town of Konjic, famous for wood-crafting tradition.

Konjic will greet you with sun, and you are welcome to enjoy it with coffee and breakfast (not included). On our way from Konjic to the Herzegovina gem of Mostar, we make a stop in Jablanica where you can see the Battle on Neretva Bridge and the Museum. Turquoise Neretva River continues to lead us towards the famous Old Bridge and Old Town in Mostar, where you can also visit the Mehmed-Pasha Koski’s Mosque and a mosque harem and a Minaret with a panoramic view (entrance fee to this and other two famous mosques in Mostar is 8 KM/4 euros).

One of the best fish specialties in the country is to be found a nearby Blagaj where you can also visit famous Dervish Tekke (lunch is not included). 

Return is scheduled for 5 p.m. or we will be delighted to take you to Medjugorje (upon your request), the world’s third largest Catholic Pilgrimage Shrine. 
In this tour we are going to visit following locations...
/uimages/lokacije/starimost2.gif Old Bridge, Mostar Old Bridge in Mostar is a UNESCO World Heritage Site built in the 16th century.
/uimages/lokacije/mostar.gif Mostar The most beautiful city in Herzegovina and one of the most beautiful Mediterranean cities in the world.
/uimages/lokacije/buna.gif Blagaj-Buna Buna Spring with a 16th c. Dervish Tekke built right next to Mostar. The Tekke is now a museum open for visits all year round.
/uimages/lokacije/medjugorje.gif Međugorje Medjugorje is the world''''s third largest Catholic pilgrimage site.
/uimages/lokacije/Konjic.gif Konjic and Jablanica On the way to sunny Herzegovina, Konjic, a petite city with an old Ottoman bridge is known for woodcarving tradition.
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