Mostar is small and only mildly interesting. Even as a civil engineer I am not enthralled enough with Mostar Bridge to want to stay for any length of time, in fact two days were almost too much.
We’re up early (why do I keep doing this when I’m on holiday, I’m supposed to be more lazy than normal), and we head off into the old town. I’ve been reliably informed that the view from the top of the Mehmed Pasha Mosque is spectacular and gives the best view of Mostar. Tickets are 10 marks to go up the minaret but trust me, it is worth it. Just be warned it is very narrow both on the stairs and at the top. We ended up chasing a lovely Danish couple around the viewing platform because there was no space to squeeze past.
Mostar Graffiti: Graffiti street art in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Spray paint and stencils in ruined buildings and back streets.
It´s another bus for my friend and I as we leave the fascinating city of Sarajevo for the equally historic Mostar (of …
Mostar Photos. Travel photos from Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina including the Mostar bridge, Mostar old town, Biscevica House and the Koskin-Mehmed Pasha Mosque.