Transfer from Mostar
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Departure from Mostar
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Estimated arrival to Belgrade
15:35h

Trip duration: 395min

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Places you can visit along the way

Quality photo of Sarajevo - Bosnia and Herzegovina

Sarajevo
Bosnia and Herzegovina

135 min

There is something enchanting about the way Sarajevo embraces its visitors. Although the city is more than obviously torn in its religious diversity, for which... is often called “little Jerusalem", and painful recent history when it faced near annihilation, Sarajevo and its residents still have the warmest welcoming heart. You will feel it in every corner of the restored city center whose Ottoman and Austro Hungarian buildings also reflect diversity and rich history. City’s highlights are the Bosnian Historical Museum, the Gazi Husrev-bey Mosque, the Latin Bridge where Archduke Franz Ferdinand was killed which led to the First World War and the delightful Old Town with the antique stone-flagged alleys.

Quality photo of Novi Sad - Serbia

Novi Sad
Serbia

105 min

Novi Sad is an easygoing and creative city that invites you to get to know better all its quirks, whether the historic ones, or artistic... or entertainment events. It is home to many museums, art galleries and cafes and bars where locals cheerfully mix with visitors. In its historic center you can enjoy some of the magnificent buildings of various architectural styles and numerous elegant religious edifices. Novi Sad is especially proud of the Petrovaradin fortress, which is considered its most notable symbol. The city became particularly famous among young people because of the EXIT festival, one of the best music events in Europe. It is an annual music event held continuously since the year 2000.

Quality photo of Visegrad - Bosnia and Herzegovina

Visegrad
Bosnia and Herzegovina

75 min

Visegrad is a small town best known for the absolutely enchanting Mehmed Pasa SokolovićcBridge. This bridge was constructed during the Ottoman Empire occupation in the... 1570s by the order of Grand Vizier Mehmed Pasa Sokolovic. The bridge became famous thanks to the Yugoslav writer Ivo Andric and his novel “The Bridge Over The Drina”. Andric, who received the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1961, was of great importance for Visegrad. Near the bridge there is a tourist site called Andric Grad (Andric's Town) that is actually a tourist, cultural, administrative and educational complex.

Quality photo of Ethno Village Stanisici - Bosnia and Herzegovina

Ethno Village Stanisici
Bosnia and Herzegovina

75 min

A visit to Ethno Village Stanisici feels like stepping back in time. When touring through the monastery, exploring the mill, forge, well, and a few... old barn houses, the visitors can evidence the simplicity of the former way of life. All of the buildings are furnished with authentic traditional furniture that has been transported from different parts of former Yugoslavia. Accommodation is also available on site in the barns which are authentic on the outside and the interior is modified to the needs of the guests.

Quality photo of Blagaj Tekija Monastery - Bosnia and Herzegovina

Blagaj Tekija Monastery
Bosnia and Herzegovina

75 min

Blagaj Tekija is a Dervish monastery, located just outside of Mostar, in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Although it is 600 years old, and its buildings are... quite unique, it is its location that is simply stunning – standing at the base of a cliff, next to the source of the river Buna. Due to the rock slides, the buildings needed to be thoroughly restored in 2012; hence the monastery looks mostly as it did in the past. The site features a few restaurants along the river banks, a few souvenir shops too, and a museum inside the monastery, but please remember that inside you need to cover yourself and stay quiet while you explore the site.