Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

  • New Fodors vBulletin Forum
  • coming soon -- discuss!
View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 AOL Password Recovery CONTACT ☎ 1:800:681:7208 Technical SUPP0RT 24*7
  2. 2 Changing Planes at Fiumicino
  3. 3 Cash in Greece ATMs
  4. 4 IWM
  5. 5 Should We Go to the French Riviera in August?
  6. 6 16 days in France and Italy
  7. 7 How are the feasts in Malta Celebrated?
  8. 8 [Needed Recs] Cheap, widely available, good wine in Italy?
  9. 9 Avoid Europcar!
  10. 10 Tent camping in France, Spain and Portugal
  11. 11 Visiting the Dordogne/Lot
  12. 12 quickest way to Prague
  13. 13 Paris for children
  14. 14 Trip Report Trip Report- UK Gardens in May
  15. 15 Do I need a Swiss rail pass?
  16. 16 My Topic Title Edinburgh to Heathrow BA flight on Monday Question?
  17. 17 Trip Report Scotland - We're Here!
  18. 18 Euro Travel & Trivia Quiz - Memorial Day Special
  19. 19 Private Guide in Cordoba, Spain
  20. 20 Favourite Alpine and Mediterranean place?
  21. 21 Spain itinerary and railway advise
  22. 22 Transport Christmas and NYE
  23. 23 Day Trip Suggestions from Munich
  24. 24 Germany/Switzerland Help
  25. 25 Trip Report Madrid, Andalucia, Barcelona in May
View next 25 » Back to the top

Mostar Tour/Day Trip Questions

Jump to last reply

Hi,

We planned on spending a night in Mostar but due to bus scheudle issues we are axing that for a tour. Amico tours has a tour from 8am -8pm to Mostar and Medugorje. The itinerary is as follows:

Neum (shopping), Mogorjelo (old roman town 1 cent.), Kravice waterfall, Medjugorje (pilgrimage place), Mostar (city tour), old monastery Zitomislici, and Turkish town Pocitelj from 15ct.

Now we would love to see Pocitelj that is a big bonus.....but all in all this sounds like A LOT to do in one day. Has anyone taken this tour or one similar? I am imagining being shuffled on and off the bus with no time to wander on our own. How big is Mostar - would we just feel completely jipped to only have a small amount ot time there or time with a guide only?

The transportation problem we are having is going from Dubrovnik to Mostar to Montenegro without the leg down to Budva taking all day. I'm generally happy to do a day tour here and there -it relaxing to not have to paln everything and arrange transport etc...still. I wonder if we should go further out of our way to spend more time in Mostar. This is a public transport trip only - we will not rent a car.

Thanks,
Naxos

Advertisement