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Visit town Mostar along with Kravice waterfalls on your Split to Dubrovnik private transfer (or the other way around). This perfect blend of natural beauty, architecture, and fascinating past will make your traveling time pass quickly.
Mostar is a multicultural center situated on the Neretva River in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is one of those places where you expand your horizons just by listening about its history and observing people’s interaction.
The best spot to do that is at the Old Bridge (Stari Most), Mostar’s most famous landmark built by the Ottomans in the 16th century. This UNESCO protected site represents an invisible border that divides the Eastern and Western worlds. Once a year those cultures are brought together for the most significant event, and that is Stari Most diving. That is a traditional annual competition where young men from the town leap into the river from an approximately 20-meter height. Since 2015 it is a part of Red Bull’s Cliff Diving World Series.
If you want a perfect 360-degree view than you need to climb up the minaret of the Koski Mehmed Paša Mosque. You would not be able to resist taking a photo once you reach the top.
The Old Bazaar Kujundziluk is situated right next to the bridge. It is truly a picturesque place with its narrow cobblestoned streets and traditional crafts shops. There you can find a variety of souvenirs with an eastern feel that will always remind you of this beautiful town.
You will most likely be hungry after roaming the streets around the town. If that is the case, then you must try some of their best specialties. Restaurants serve a wide range of local dishes and high-quality drinks, and their desserts will satisfy the biggest sweet tooths.
The usual relaxing ritual for the residents includes chatting at a cafe while drinking their afternoon coffee or tea. Try to challenge your taste buds while sipping some of the Bosnian coffee. It is traditionally served in a metal pot called džezva with a side of their sweet Rahat lokum.
You can previously decide whether you want to explore Mostar by yourself or with the help of a local guide. You will be amazed either way.
Continue your tour with stunning Kravice waterfalls that are located just a short drive away. The heath of summer months can sometimes cause a natural phenomenon, a mist-like formation at the top of the valley. Although the waterfall and natural scenery are an attraction for themselves, there are also cafes where you can take a rest and refresh yourself. For those that have a bit more time and prefer more of an active vacation, there are options for swimming and rafting.
As the end of the Split to Dubrovnik transfer with Mostar sightseeing tour comes to an end, prepare your documents for crossing the border once again. Admire the gorgeous scenery or show off bought souvenirs to your co-travelers on your way to the drop off location.
Please keep in mind that the order of the sights depends on which direction you are starting your transfer/tour!
From pickup to drop off, our transfers and tours have flexible itinerary to make the most of your time, needs and wishes. Whether you are a family with small children or a group of friends ready for an adventure, our professional driver / tour guide will adjust the itinerary to offer you the best possible experience according to your preferences.
Suggested itinerary for Transfer from Split to Dubrovnik via Mostar Tour :
08:00 Pick up in Split
08:00 – 10:45 Drive from Split to Mostar
11:00 -14:00 Sightseeing of Mostar
14:30 -15:30 Lunch
15:30 – 18:30 Drive from Mostar to Dubrovnik
Any private expenses
Entrance tickets for Blagaj, Kravice – 10€ per person
Wine tasting (3 wines) – 15€ per person
Wine tasting (5 wines and snacks) – 20€ per person
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