12 Best Things To Do In Mostar

Mostar is a city in the southern region of Bosnia and Herzegovina that was hit hard during the war in the early 90s. It’s most famous landmark is the Old Bridge, “Stari Most,” which was destroyed during the war in 1993 and rebuilt in 2004. It’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site and widely known for the diving competitions. Maybe you’ve seen a photo of the bridge on Instagram, it’s a postcard-perfect setting after all. But this isn’t all Mostar has to offer. Keep reading find out why this city is not to be missed and to find out what are the 12 best things to do in Mostar.

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Road Tripping Ireland and Northern Ireland

Road trips are an excellent way to see a variety of different locations without being tied to a particular schedule. You get to go at your own pace, customize your itinerary and it allows for flexibility. Even before I booked my flight to Ireland, I knew I wanted to rent a car and drive on my own. I didn’t want to be limited to tour stops and I wanted to be able to stop as I pleased. I had never rented a car in another country and was a bit apprehensive about driving on the other side of the road but I decided to go for it! Keep reading if you’re interstate in learning more about road tripping Ireland and Northern Ireland.

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Game of Thrones Filming Locations in Northern Ireland

I recently road-tripped Ireland and Northern Ireland and visited some of the stunning Game of Thrones filming locations in Northern Ireland. I have to first admit that I don’t watch Game of Thrones. I know, I know, I just never got into it but there’s no denying that these locations are some of the most beautiful places I’ve visited. So whether you’re a Game of Thrones fanatic or just looking to see some of Northern Ireland’s gems keep reading to hear about my visit to the Game of Thrones filming locations in Northern Ireland.

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