Mostar Vacations & Travel Packages!Located in the southern Bosnia and Herzegovina, Mostar is the cultural capital and the most important city in the Herzegovina region. This fifth largest city of the country is situated on the banks of the River Neretva. It was named after mostari (the bridge keepers) who during medieval era served as guards to the Stari Most (Old Bridge) of the river. Built by Ottomans, this Old Bridge is an important landmark of the city. The region is home to several noteworthy buildings of various styles including the Italianate Franciscan church, the Ottoman Muslibegovica house, the Dalmatian Corovic House, an Orthodox church, and more.Places of Interest in Mostar Stari Most (Old Bridge) The Old Bridge is the most appealing attraction in Mostar and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This place is good to visit during sunsets and sunrise as it offers magnificent vistas and wins heart. Built in between 1557-66, the bridge was renovated in 2004 post its destruction during the civil war. There are several cafes and restaurants nearby which tempt you providing the opportunity to gaze the arch shaped bridge over the fast-flowing Neretva River.Kajtaz House Kajtaz House was built in the 16th century for the use of a Turkish judge. It is the most beautiful historical living building with separate houses for men and women built during Turkish times. The structure today is preserved and still owned by the decedents of the family displays original artifacts. Here you can taste the homemade rose lemonade or brandy while sitting in the courtyard full vines and persimmon trees.Koski Mehmed Pasa Mosque The Mosque was constructed in the early 17th century by Koski Mehmed Pasa and is named after him. Come and witness the simplicity of the monument and the pretty art and design. There are stairs which allows one to climb the minaret and capture the picturesque view of the the Mostar and the Stari Most.