Mostar is a small historic town in Bosnia and Herzegovina, with its roots back in the 15 th century. A former Ottoman frontier settlement on the Neretva River, it has been known for the atmospheric Turkish houses and the famous Old Bridge, or Stari Most, which gave the city its current name. Badly damaged during the 1990s, the town has been restored to turn into a pleasant tourist destination again. The symbol of the town – the Old Bridge that was completely destroyed in the Yugoslavian war – was rebuilt in 2004. An experienced tourist guide will take you on a walking tour to see Mostar’s best attractions. Taking in the beauty of the Old town, you find it hard to believe it was war-torn a couple of decades ago. The highlight of Mostar is definitely Stari Most (The Old Bridge). The 21- meter-high structure is sprawled like a white ribbon over the calm turquoise waters of the Neretva River. Stay a while and see how the locals dive off the bridge – it is quite a show! Right next to the bridge, there is an Old Bridge Museum, which will shed light on the history of Stari Mist and offer a scenic view from the top. Admire the quaint Muslibegovica House built back in the Ottoman period. The House, with its high pillars and double-arched entrance, is considered the most beautiful in the Balkans. Those who want to have a deeper insight into Mostar’s history should not miss a visit to the History Museum of Herzegovina. A number of small Ottoman mosques with their high minarets offer a spectacular view over the river. Discover the secrets of Mostar and enjoy the quiet beauty of this atmospheric town.