Visit the Old bridge and discover why Mostar is called “The Window of the Orient“

Split to Dubrovnik with Mostar private tour

Enjoy a comfortable transfer from Split to Dubrovnik with the sightseeing of Mostar old town 

Mostar is one-of-a-kind mixture of architectural styles and influences, an intersection of worlds and cultures. Its ancient mosques, churches and bazaars courageously defy Yugoslav Communist legacy, creating a unique amalgam.

Experience a change of atmosphere by leaving the Dalmatian coastline for a while and visiting Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Price includes

  • Licensed English-speaking tour guide/driver
  • 1,5 hour guided tour of Mostar with Local tour guide
  • Travel by air-conditioned sedan or minivan
  • Pick Up and Drop Off
  • Baggage handling
  • Road tolls and parking
  • All taxes and VAT
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If travelling in a group of more than 8 people, please contact us for an offer.

Price includes: Pick up and Drop Off, English speaking guide, private sightseeing tour with local guide in Mostar, baggage handling, transport with comfortable high class sedan car or passenger van, road tolls and parking, all taxes and VAT.



    • Travel comfortable with our reliable transfer from Split to Dubrovnik or vice versa;
    • Discover what makes Mostar a melting pot of cultures and religions, know as „The Window of the Orient“;
    • Let the expert tour guide show you all the attractions on the route tailored just for you;
    • Save your time with our transfer & tour in one day.


    Pick Up at your hotel (in Split or Dubrovnik),
    Drive to Mostar,
    Guided sightseeing tour of the Old bridge area in Mostar,
    Free time for lunch and shopping,
    Drive to your hotel (in Split or Dubrovnik).


    A great way to expand your holiday experience in Dalmatia is to take a detour from the coastline in order to visit Mostar, one of the most fascinating cities in the region.

    Our experienced driver/guide will pick you up in either Split or Dubrovnik, take care of your baggage and arrange details of your trip – comfort stops, itinerary and special requests, if any. As you approach the Bosnian border, you will be advised to prepare your passports, as you will be leaving Croatia and entering Bosnia and Herzegovina.

    Upon arrival to Mostar, your driver will introduce you to your private tour guide and make arrangements for the departure. The private tour of Mostar begins by an introduction to the history of Bosnia and Herzegovina, including the war of former Yugoslavia, that left Mostar deeply wounded. Still, the amazing story of its rising from the ashes is truly inspiring. The UNESCO-protected city core of Mostar is full of picturesque sights: a hammam, fountains, mosques, bazaars…

    Nevertheless, the most dominant feature of Mostar is certainly its historic bridge. And if you were to visit nothing but the bridge, your trip would be worth it. Your guide will tell you the exciting story of its construction, and the turmoils it experienced. A visit of Mostar would be incomplete without trying the delicious Bosnian cuisine. Expect your guide to advise you where to get the best ćevapi or kebabs, the famous Bosnian street

    You will certainly know how to spend your free time wisely, and in no time, you’ll be back to your air-conditioned sedan or minivan, on your way back to Croatia. Your driver will suggest additional stops along the way, making the journey to your hotel or apartment even more pleasant.

    Important tips

    Make sure you have a valid passport and doublecheck the border regulations. If you were required to have a visa to enter Croatia, verify if it is accepted by Bosnian authorities.

    The walking tour of Mostar is relatively easy and flat. Only make sure to bring comfortable walking shoes, because the streets of Mostar old town are cobbled with river pebbles. Also, crossing the Old Bridge should be done carefully, because its surface is rather slippery. Mostar is usually very hot, so always bring a hat and a bottle of water.Sometimes, pickpockets can be an issue.

    Although Bosnia and Herzegovina uses its own currency (1 Euro = 2 Bosnian Marks), euros are widely accepted. Some businesses do not accept credit card, so have some cash with you. ATM’s will supply you with local currency, not euros.

    Good to know

    This transfer/tour combo can be tailored to meet your preferences and requirements. Feel free to suggest altering any part of it, or adding other stops.

    For instance, you may want to visit the famous Catholic pilgrimage site of Medjugorje, situated less than and hour away from Mostar.

    Visiting Ston will allow you to taste some of the best oysters in Croatia.

    Also, the Pelješac wineries are famous for their red wine, Dingač. Wine-tasting can be arranged by our travel agents.

    Finally, if you’re looking for a more complete experience in Bosnia and Herzegovina, consider our excursion to Sarajevo AND Mostar.


    This was a really excellent experience. The guide was very articulate and full on incite about the region, history and peoples.

    Mostar is really fascinating. The contrast of the history on display with the still visible war damage and the new construction is quite poignant. The Old Bridge is truly an iconic sight.

    Kate – Ireland