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Busy in Bosnia

Busy (adjective): "having a great deal to do"


Bosnia, or Bosnia and Herzegovina as its officially known, is a relatively short bus/car ride from Dubrovnik. A melting pot of religions, architecture and culture, Bosnia boasts spectacular scenery, unique cities and delicious food. We booked a day trip to Mostar and Kravice waterfalls with Laus Travels through TripAdvisor for 55 Euros each. There are a few other cheaper options if you go with a bigger group – however, as we booked reasonably late, all those spots were full.

Nevertheless, our guide, Ivan, was informative, funny and engaging. Having a smaller group also meant we spent less time waiting at the many border crossings (you will have a total for 6 border crossings, as to get to and from Mostar. You have to cross out of Croatia and into Bosnia, then back into Croatia and then BACK into Bosnia – and then repeat the whole fiasco in reverse on the return journey.) However, there is a new bridge set to be completed in early July which will link a Croatian peninsula to the mainland and therefore remove the necessity of an extra border crossing.

Mostar – Day Trip from Dubrovnik - April 23

Temperature: 10 – 21 Degrees

Suggested Attire: Jeans, T-shirt, light jumper and rain jacket to ensure you are prepared for everything. Also bring your swimmers if you aren’t afraid of a cold dip!

Currency: The Euro

Fun Fact: Bosnia hosted the first-ever Winter Olympics in a communist country

The 1984 Winter Olympics, also known as Sarajevo 1984, were the first Winter Olympic Games held in a socialist state and a Slavic language-speaking country. It was also the first Olympics to take place in the Balkans, since the first Olympic Games in Athens.

Kravice Falls:

Mostar (Old Town)

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