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Mostar & Pocitelj Day Trip

Private day trip to Mostar & Pocitelj from Dubrovnik

Centuries-long Ottoman domination shaped Bosnia & Herzegovina. Discover its oriental feel on a day trip from Dubrovnik.



9 hrs.


Mostar & Pocitelj Private Day Trip from Dubrovnik


  • meeting/pick up at the agreed time and location (within Dubrovnik or Cavtat limits)

  • an hour's drive from Dubrovnik before reaching the first border crossing 

  • scenic drive accompanied by an introduction to the history, everyday life, information about places of interest, main sights

  • visits to Pocitelj and Mostar

  • private walking tour of Mostar

  • duration: 9 hours approximately

  • period: all year round

What to expect


Our private day trip to Mostar & Pocitelj starts with a beautiful ride along the Adriatic coastal road.

Once we enter Bosnia & Herzegovina, the journey will continue through Herzegovinian countryside before we reach Pocitelj.
Pocitelj is a settlement on a hillside overlooking the river Neretva. Although it is like a town museum today, it played an important defensive role in the past.
Different cultures have left their mark in Pocitelj, but the most noticeable legacy belongs to the Ottoman period.

An even more significant Ottoman influence is visible in Mostar, which is half an hour's drive from Pocitelj.
Mostar is the capital of Herzegovina and a trendy day trip from Dubrovnik. The symbol of Mostar is the Old Bridge which, together with other Mostar sights, will be the focus of your private walking tour*.

*The service can be omitted if you are not interested in a private walking tour in Mostar.

Good to know


  • Get up to date with Covid-19 guidelines for Bosnia & Herzegovina here.

  • Mostar and Pocitelj are in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and passports are compulsory on a day trip from Dubrovnik.

  • Bosnia and Herzegovina is not an EU member and has its own visa policy. Before going there on a day trip from Dubrovnik, please check if your travel document is valid for entering Bosnia and Herzegovina. Look for more information on the official website of the Government of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

  • The currency used in Bosnia and Herzegovina is the Bosnian convertible mark, but payments in euros are widely accepted in Pocitelj and Mostar.

  • Mostar is a popular day trip destination, so for your best experience, departing as early as you are suggested when planning the trip is highly recommended. By an earlier departure, it is possible to explore Mostar before it gets too busy and hot during the summer when it tends to reach elevated temperatures and humidity.  

  • The historical cores of Mostar and Pocitelj are paved with cobblestones, and the Old Bridge in Mostar is slippery - bring suitable shoes.

  • Mostar mosques are open for visitors. Appropriate clothing is required if you want to visit.

  • Mostar day trip from Dubrovnik can be combined with Kravica waterfall,  Medjugorje, Blagaj, Ston.

  • Mostar can be visited as a side trip on a transfer from Dubrovnik to Split or the other way around. 

  • Deciding between the Montenegro day trip and the Mostar day trip? Read our blog: Montenegro vs Mostar; which day trip to choose?





Prices are per group, not per person.








INCLUDED IN PRICE: private driving guide service, private walking tour with a licensed guide in Mostar*, fuel, parking fees.

NOT INCLUDED IN PRICE: entrance fees**, meals, drinks.

*The service can be omitted if you are not interested in a private walking tour in Mostar.

**Any visits requiring entrance fees are not an integral part of the suggested tour.



"We booked a day trip to Mostar in Bosnia and Herzegovina and were so pleased to be able to book our guide, Julija, who had collected us at the airport. Julija speaks fantastic English, she’s so happy and helpful and attentive to our requirements to ensure we had the best day possible.
The journey was filled with really interesting local facts and history, the scenery was stunning too. Mostar was so interesting to walk around with the mixture of East meeting West, the Ottoman history and the rebuilt Old Bridge.
On the way home Julija said that we’d be passing Ston, a small town with an ancient wall, likened but much smaller than the Great Wall. Ston is also home to mussel and oyster beds and Julija said she may be able to arrange a trip to gather fresh oysters and drink local wine. We jumped at the chance and were so pleased to have this extra excursion. The captain of the boat, Mario, was so friendly and accommodating, he brought lemons from his garden and white wine made by his family. The oysters were incredible and I’m sure we’ll never have the like again! 
Julija made our day and made our holiday."

- Owen, UK



If you would like to book the Mostar & Pocitelj private day trip from Dubrovnik or would like additional information, feel free to send us an inquiry.

Please note: all trips/tours are private & exclusive for your party and we can tailor them to suit your preferences. 

What to expect
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