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12 hours
Availability : All year
Min Age : 13+
Max People : 8

The Mostar to Dubrovnik day trip is one of the most popular tours you can take from Mostar. Find out what you can expect in this travel offer in the text below.

Dubrovnik, a stunning old city in southern Croatia right on the Adriatic Sea, is one of Croatia’s most popular tourist destinations. The city’s Old Town is surrounded by a massive stone wall which is extremely well preserved and over the past few years served as a filming location for the popular TV show, Game of Thrones, adding to its fame.


The old town itself reminds me of cities in Northern Italy. Not only because massive walls also surround Italian cities such as Bologna, Sienna, Verona, but also because the architecture is similar to Venice or Trieste.

The architecture of Dubrovnik is dazzling; and ranges from the Baroque St. Blaise Church to the Renaissance Sponza Palace. The Old City is paved with limestone, and no cars are allowed to enter the town walls.

The city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and today, Dubrovnik is one of the top tourist destinations of the Mediterranean. George Bernard Shaw once said: “If you want to see heaven on earth, come to Dubrovnik.”

And that’s not all! In our day trip we will visit many more beautiful destinations. Read our Itinerary for more information …

Tour Details

Departure & Return Location

Mostar (Google Map)

Also available transfers from: SPLIT, NEUM, SARAJEVO (Send request for transfer)

Departure Time

8.00 AM

Price Includes

On request

  • Entrance ticket to Dubrovnik city walls – 27 EUR per adult
  • Entrance ticket to Kravica Waterfalls – 10 EUR per adult
  • Entrance ticket to Blagaj - Dervish’s house – 5 EUR per adult
  • Private Tour guide in Mostar - 25€ per group
  • Private Tour guide in Dubrovnik - 100€ per group
  • Lunch - local cousine
  • Accommodation organization

Not included

  • Insurance Travel insurance is not included. Please buy it at home country.
  • Guide Tipping Tips are not included in the tour costs. If you receive excellent service, please consider tipping.
  • Private Tour All tours are shared, unless specifically booked as private.
What to Expect

One of the greatest travel treasures in the Mediterranean—nicknamed “the Pearl of the Adriatic” for a reason—Dubrovnik is a destination you really need to visit (even when it is crazy busy). 

Dubrovnik used to be its very own republic, known as Ragusa, which rivaled Venice in terms of military might and trade power. Massive city walls, among the most spectacular in the world, surround Dubrovnik’s Old Town, still protecting this precious place. However, the walls don’t protect against invaders any longer, but they stand guard against modern development.

While the rest of Dubrovnik caters more and more toward tourists, the Old Town is as quaint and charming as it ever was. And because UNESCO protects it as World Heritage, it will forever look the way it does now. This is why thousands and thousands of people visit Dubrovnik each year.

Dubrovnik is located in southern Croatia on the Adriatic Sea and possesses a long history. This gorgeous old city has been exquisitely preserved to maintain its medieval charm.

While Dubrovnik has a rich history, the development of Dubrovnik primarily occurred in the 15th and 16th centuries, when it expanded into a booming maritime trading center.

Now, Dubrovnik is an important international tourist destination attracting visitors from all over the world.

One of the Balkans’ absolute highlights, this city has everything from breathtaking views, historic buildings, and gorgeous natural wonders. Dubrovnik is truly a one-of-a-kind city that should be at the top of anyone’s travel itinerary, especially as the weather in Dubrovnik remains good even long after summer passes.

Itinerary (Example)

8:00 AM (or different) Pick up from your hotel

Let us know which hotel you are staying in and our friendly staff will be waiting for you in front of the hotel before we go on a trip, and return you to your accommodation facilities at the end of the trip.

8.30 AMBlagaj – Dervish House visit

This place, near Mostar, has been known for centuries as an oasis of peace and natural harmony and another proof of the natural beauty of BiH.

Blagaj is located only 12 km south of Mostar. Due to the proximity of the Adriatic Sea and low altitude, the climate is Mediterranean. In the peace of the Tekke courtyard, cooled by the freshness of the fairy-tale Buna, you understand why Blagaj was the center of interest of Roman nobles, Ottoman viziers and caddies, Austro-Hungarian officers and many occasional travelers eager for spring freshness, warmth of sun and blue sky. Blagaj has an extremely large number of sunny days, almost 200. Therefore, it is not surprising that about 170 species of birds find habitat in this area. Ecologically clean and cold Buna, whose source is one of the strongest in Europe, is ideal for growing world-famous trout. Mediterranean fruits thrive on fruits: grapes, figs, peaches, apricots, pomegranates, kiwis…

One of the most attractive and most interesting destinations for tourists in Blagaj is certainly the Dervish tekke, then the Old Tower – Stjepan grad, Velagića complex… The whole ambience exudes untouched nature and old customs. Only a few areas can boast of the beauty that Blagaj offers. A large number of tourists return to this place every year.

9.00 AMDeparture Blagaj

11.45 AMCoffe in Trebinje

Old town of Trebinje was formed because Turks needed organization of their territories in Herzegovina due to great changes in wars with the Holy league (1683-1699) – the fall of Herceg Novi and Risan under the rule of Republic of Venice.

It was built on the right bank of Trebišnjica, above the deepest part of the river – so called Ban-vir (vortex), named after a legend in which a ban (ruler) drowned in the vortex.

The most important person for the development of the Old town as a fort is Osman Pasha, founder of the Resulbegović family. He started the construction in 1714 but it was interrupted for a short time by the war with Venice. Builders were brought from Dubrovnik, and work force was from local area – Ljubinje, Cernica and Nikšić. During the next year a hendek (canal) was dug around it, which was connected to Trebišnjica. During Osman’s reign, Sultan Ahmed and Osman-pasha mosques were built, together with Sahat-kula (clock tower), which is still resistant to the many years that have passed.

Old town ‘Kastel’ was initially triangle-shaped and it became rounded over time. Its final shape, with all towers, canals and ramparts, was formed in the first four decades of 18th century.

In front of the entry gate (today’s tunnel) there was a draw-bridge that was leading across the canal. The canal was later filled and levelled due to a possibility of epidemic disease, as advised by doctor Levi. (1932)

12.45 AMCrossing the border to Croatia on Ivanica

1.15 PMDubrovnik Old Town - walking tour in famous "The Pearl of Adriatic"

Medieval and Baroque splendour on the Adriatic

Dubrovnik is one of the world’s most magnificent walled cities, overlooking the calm blue Adriatic. Once the capital of the mighty sea-faring Republic of Ragusa (1358-1808), it’s now Croatia’s most upmarket destination. Historically, this diminutive republic was sophisticated, refined and cultured. Today, the pedestrian-only Old Town – packed with aristocratic palazzi and elegant Baroque churches, contained within sturdy medieval fortifications – draws hundreds of thousands of visitors annually, including glamorous names such as Beyoncé, Roman Abramovich, Sir Roger Moore and Naomi Campbell. Beyond the walls, attractions include wine bars, classy seafood restaurants and five-star hotels.

3.30 PMDeparture Dubrovnik

5.30 PMPocitelj old fortress visit (only if not visiting Medjugorje and Kravica)

In the Neretva valley, the main stronghold in the defense against the Turks was in Počitelj. This fortress was built by King Tvrtko in 1383, and played a strategic role in controlling the way to the sea through the Neretva river valley. Today, the historic town of Pocitelj, built under the fortress, has an oriental appearance and as such is entirely in the function of tourism and cultural events.
This unique settlement is included on the UNESCO list.

Although the town was first mentioned in written documents in 1444, it is assumed that it was built by the Bosnian king Tvrtko in 1383. This medieval town had a Mediterranean look, but after the Turkish conquest it was orientally remodeled. The mixture of these two architectural styles gives Počitelj a special dimension.
Apart from the extraordinary oriental architecture and the Ottoman “trick”, Počitelj is interesting and known as the host of an art colony with the longest tradition in Southeast Europe.

Nobel laureate Ivo Andrić called it “City of Stone”.

5.30 PMKravice Waterfalls visit

The most attractive locality on Trebižat is the Kravica waterfall, three kilometers downstream from Vitaljina in Studenci near Ljubuški. It was created by the work of the travertine river Trebižat, so as a natural phenomenon it is under state protection as a natural rarity.

The height of the waterfall ranges from 26 to 28 meters, with a water amphitheater below the waterfall with a diameter of 120 meters. Grass, moss and lichens grew over the travertine layer from the bottom to the top of the waterfall. Hemp, figs and poplars sprouted along the waterfall. Numerous mills and cloth-rolling pillars used to be active along the waterfall.

6.00 PMDeparture Kravice

6.30 PMMeđugorje visit

Medjugorje – Experience one of the most famous shrines in Europe.

In 1981, Medjugorje became the most famous and most visited pilgrimage shrine in this region after the apparition of Our Lady on June 24, 1981. a group of Medjugorje children. Our Lady’s mission was to send a message of peace and love to the world, and Medjugorje is becoming known as a place of peace and beauty. Since then, Medjugorje has become the third most important place of apparitions in Europe, visited by more than a million people every year.

Medjugorje (means a place between the mountains) – a small village in Bosnia and Herzegovina, located in its southern part near the towns of Citluk and Mostar and the border with Croatia.

7.00 PMDeparture Međugorje

8.00 PMMostar old city visit

Immortalized on the flag and coat of arms of the city, the Old Bridge has been the center of life in Mostar since its construction in the 16th century. Almost as legendary as the bridge itself is the photograph of jumpers jumping from a bridge from a height of 27 meters into the crystal clear water of the icy Neretva River.

This bridge, just like the Old Town, is under UNESCO protection, and is often cited as one of the most beautiful bridges in the world. The shape of the bridge itself also has its own story, it is said that it represents life… that the bridge itself represents one half of the circle, and its reflection in the water is the other half of the circle, and that whole picture represents life. He is the stage on which the young men from Mostar jump into the Neretva to prove their courage in a kind of maturity exam. The tradition of jumping is 451 years old.

And when they run and jump off the bridge, they fall down into the river and fly in the air like birds doing each one some special kind of acrobatics. Some jump steeply, others sitting with tools, and some jump into the water in pairs, threes and immediately happily go ashore climbing the rocks, and come up to the end of the bridge and receive the gifts of the vizier and champion – wrote the famous travel writer Evliya lebelebi, observing in Mostar jumps from the Old Bridge.


  • The itinerary is subject to change in terms of locations we visit  👉 Contact us and together we will make an offer that best suits your requirements.
  • Since the offer consists of so many destinations to visit, it is almost certain that we will not be able to visit them all in one day. Please select the locations you want to visit in the booking form.
  • Want to visit a location that is not on offer? Not a problem! Feel free to contact us, so that we can meet your requirements.
  • Do you want a professional guide during your trip? Not a problem!
  • Guests need to have valid passport/visa with them at all times during whole duration of the tour.
  • Later return to Mostar is possible during Summer months due to border and traffic conditions.
  • For up to 3 persons we use mid-size car, while for 4 and more persons we use 8 seater van.
  • COVID-19 measures: all vehicles are regularly sanitized and all drivers are fully vaccinated. Conditions for Foreign Nationals entrance to Croatia are explained here

Important: During the trip, all our employees are at your service through assistance and suggestions, all in order to give you the best possible vacation.

In case of any ambiguities or the need for changes, please do not hesitate to contact us – info@ero-travel.com


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