Exploring the stunning regions around Mostar offers a glimpse into this area’s rich culture and natural beauty. Mostar is not only a great destination to visit but also the perfect location as a base for day trips.

You can visit many nearby places of interest on a one-day trip from Mostar. But also, there are longer tours from Mostar you may consider. Some of the most popular destinations in Bosnia and Croatia are only a few hours away from Mostar.

The drivers from our limo service in Mostar have driven many tourists to these places. We know what tourists like and what places are worth visiting from Mostar.

That’s why we present our ultimate guide to some of our favorite day trips from Mostar. We made this list with the help of our drivers’ local knowledge and experience and feedback from the clients we drove on private tours from Mostar.



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Two most popular itineraries for day trips from Mostar without crossing the border

Mostar, Blagaj, Počitelj, Kravica, Međugorje (optional), Mostar. Total distance 126 km, driving time 2 h 30 min.


Mostar, Konjic, Springs of Bosna River, Sarajevo, Trebević, Mostar. Total distance 285 km, driving time 4 h 45 min.



Počitelj is a charming medieval village on the banks of the Neretva River. You’ll feel like you are traveling back in time to the Ottoman Empire. The cobblestone streets, stone houses, and historic fortifications make it a picturesque destination.

The main attractions in Počitelj are Sahat Kula (Clock Tower) and the stunning Hajji Alija Mosque. They offer panoramic and picture views.

  • Distance from Mostar: 30 km
  • Driving Time: Approximately 30 minutes
  • Recommended minimum time for vist: 30 minutes

Photos of Počitelj taken by our driver:

Photo of Počitelj taken by our driver
Panoramic photo of Počitelj taken by our driver

Blagaj Spring and Dervish Monastery

The Blagaj with the Dervish Monastery is among the most popular attractions near Mostar. This mystical site features the source of the Buna River, emerging from a cavern beneath a cliff. The Dervish Monastery, with its unique Ottoman architecture, adds a spiritual dimension to the visit.

Enjoy the serene environment and a cool river breeze. Also, the riverside restaurants offer a delightful experience.

  • Distance from Mostar: 12 km
  • Driving Time: Approximately 20 minutes
  • Recommended minimum time for visit: 15 minutes (without lunch in a restaurant)

Photos of Blagaj taken by our driver:

Photo of Blagaj taken by our driver
Blagaj in Winter

Kravica Waterfalls

A Kravica Waterfalls tour from Mostar is an absolute must for nature lovers. These stunning cascades, set in a lush forested area, offer a perfect spot for swimming, picnicking, and photography.

Water tumbling down 25 meters into a crystal-clear pool is a sight to behold. It’s a refreshing escape in nature that shouldn’t be missed.

  • Distance from Mostar: 40 km
  • Driving Time: Approximately 50 minutes
  • Recommended minimum time for visit: 30 minutes

Photo of Balkan Chauffeur’s management on a day trip to Kravice:

Photo of Balkan Chauffeur's management on a day trip to Kravice

Sarajevo and nearby attractions

A Sarajevo day trip from Mostar offers a deep dive into Bosnia and Herzegovina’s capital city. Sarajevo is well-known for its rich history and cultural diversity.

Highlights of your private tour should include the old town (Baščaršija), the historic Gazi Husrev-beg Mosque, and the Latin Bridge. On the way, a stop at Konjic, known for its old stone bridge and scenic views, adds to the experience.

A two-hour round trip from Mostar to Sarajevo is definitely worth it. The scenic drive through the Canyon of the Neretva River is also quite impressive.

  • Distance from Mostar: 130 km
  • Driving Time: Approximately 2 hours
  • Recommended minimum time for visit: 2-hours

Photos of Sarajevo taken by our driver:

Bascarsija in winter
Sarajevo city hall
Sarajevo in winter


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Trebević Mountain towers over Sarajevo. It offers breathtaking views and a refreshing escape into nature. One of the best ways to reach the top is taking the Sarajevo Cable Car. The cable car is a restored gondola system that has become a beloved attraction. The journey is a highlight, offering panoramic vistas of the city below and the surrounding landscape as you ascend.

On the summit, Trebević Mountain provides hiking trails and picnic spots. It’s also the home of the 1984 Winter Olympics bobsled track, now a canvas for colorful street art. It’s a perfect spot for adventure and relaxation, making it a must-visit on your visit Sarajevo.

  • Distance from Sarajevo: Cable car starts next to Sarajevo city center
  • Driving Time: Approximately 2o minutes by cable car
  • Recommended minimum time for visit: 1 and a half hours


Photos of Trebević taken by our management:

The view of Sarajevo from Trebevic
Our manager at Trebević
Our manager in the cable car from sarajevo to Trebević

Vrelo Bosne (Bosna River Springs)

Vrelo Bosne is located near Sarajevo. It is a stunning park centered around the source of the Bosna River. This picturesque destination is perfect for enjoying nature.

You can enjoy walks along tree-lined paths, cross charming wooden bridges, and relax by the tranquil springs and ponds. The park’s idyllic scenery features swans and ducks gliding over clear waters.

  • Distance from Sarajevo: Approximately 15 kilometers
  • Driving Time from Sarajevo: Approximately 3o minutes by car
  • Recommended minimum time for visit: 30 min


Photos of Vrelo Bosne taken by our drivers:

Sprigs of Bosna River - original photo by Balkan Chauffeur
Vrelo Bosne near Sarajevo
Vrelo Bosne in Winter - photo by Balkan Chauffer

Konjic – an interesting town on the way from Mostar to Sarajevo

Konjic is a charming town located on the way to Sarajevo. It is famous for its Ottoman-era bridge and the emerald-green Neretva River.

The nearby attraction in Konjic is Tito Bunker, a Cold War-era nuclear bunker now turned into a museum. Visiting this museum provides a unique glimpse into Yugoslav history.

  • Distance from Mostar: 66 kilometers
  • Driving time: Approximately 1 hour
  • Recommended minimum time for visit: 20 minutes


Photos of Vrelo Bosne taken by our drivers:

Vrelo Bosne near Sarajevo


As one of the world’s most famous pilgrimage sites, Međugorje attracts millions of visitors annually. The town is known for the apparitions of the Virgin Mary.

It’s a smooth journey from Mostar, allowing you to fully immerse yourself in the spiritual experience.

  • Distance from Mostar: 30 kilometers
  • Driving time: Approximately 30 minutes
  • Recommended minimum time for visit: 1 hour


Dubrovnik – the most popular day trip from Mostar to Croatia

Dubrovnik, the “Pearl of the Adriatic,” is another fantastic day trip option from Mostar. Dubrovnik is a UNESCO World Heritage city. It is famous for its well-preserved medieval walls and baroque buildings.

Key attractions like the Stradun, Rector’s Palace, and the city walls capture the essence of this historic city—all that with a stunning sea view.

If you visit Dubrovnik from Mostar, we recommend a cable car ride to the Srdj Hill viewpoint. Another option for this day trip is a boat ride around Lokrum Island. You also may consider visiting town of Trebinje on the same excurion from Mostar.

  • Distance from Mostar: 130 kilometers
  • Driving time: Approximately 2 and a half hours
  • Recommended minimum time for visit: 3 hours


Photos of Dubrovnik taken by our drivers:

Dubrovnik Old Town - original photo by Balkan Chauffeur
View of Dubrovnik from above - original photo by Balkan Chauffeur


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Split – the second largest city in Croatia

A day trip to Split, Croatia, offers a blend of historical and coastal charm. The ancient Diocletian’s Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is a highlight. But you’ll spend most of your time at the vibrant waterfront promenade.

This tour provides a taste of the Adriatic lifestyle, with stunning sea views and delicious local cuisine.

You can visit nearby Trogir, or visit Medjugorje and Makarska as waypoints from Mostar. Boat tours from Split or Makarska are great options too. But keep in mind that your time for sightseeing Split itself will be tightened in these cases.

  • Distance from Mostar: 170 kilometers
  • Driving time: Approximately 2 and a half hours
  • Recommended minimum time for visit: 3 hours


How to get to Mostar from Dubrovnik, Split, Sarajevo or any other airport in the region?

We wrote about places you can visit near Mostar. But let’s check how to get to Mostar from any city or the airport.

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