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It is the car-free area of Muslim Mostar where the Turkish shops are located. In this part of town you can find many artisans selling their traditional handicrafts from little shops by the side of the street: there are several interesting copper...more
Kujundzije | in the centre of town, near the Neretva river and Stari Most - the famous bridge, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina
All reviews shops sell the same handmade items nice market beautiful items for sale beautiful scarves shop owners old bridge hand made burek take your time tourist trap cafes and restaurants narrow streets be careful neretva river souvenirs
this is a great bazar it seems to go on forever.its a very rocky area and would be hard for older people to walk on. it has unusual turkish gift ideas ny friend bought a lovely turkish tea set. but a lot of the shops...More
It's realy a unique, old, beautiful part of Mostar, where there are lots of interesting shops (traditional Bosnian stuff), coffe places and great restaurants. Only minus is that there is big crowd and small space, which means you have to walk practicaly in line.
Most of the items for sale are similar: bags, purses, wallets, coffee cups, vases, metal products, etc.
Not having the chance to exchange my US $ before I visited this place, I did not have the local currency to do my shopping. Merchants I asked...More
If you'll be in Mostar, you can't miss Bazar that is located on the streets leading to the Stari Most (this bridge was bombed to the ground during the last Balkan war but was meticulously restored to it's genuine state). Once there - you can...More
The Bazar is interesting and yes, a lot of the booths are selling over priced junk to tourists. However, amidst them are some real artists selling their beautiful paintings and jewelry. We enjoyed walking through, we found a wonderful jewelry store where the family is...More
I visited the Bazar twice - once in bad rainy weather and once on a clear beautiful day. I don't recommend visiting when the cobbled streets are wet and slippery. There are some quality handmade treasures. The local cafes are a great place to take...More
Interesting shopping area with lots of souvenirs. Prices are reasonable and do not vary much from shops to shops. Great place to slowly walk around and browse to search for Ide variety of designs, souvenirs and accessories.
I recommend to go in the morning because it's very crowdy (especially in summer).
Jewelery, cups, pottery, tea sets, pictures ... you can find everything here.
Do try burek or ćevapi if you're hungry.
Hi, I am not familiar with this store, however Kujundziluk is the street going through the Old Bazaar and leading to the Old bridge. As you surely will go though Kujundziluk it should be easy to locate number 36.
As mentioned already, around 21:00 they are mostly closed down. However, we were there even after that and some were still open. I guess it's a voluntarily thing, I would not risk going there late if I went there... More
As mentioned already, around 21:00 they are mostly closed down. However, we were there even after that and some were still open. I guess it's a voluntarily thing, I would not risk going there late if I went there specifically to buy something though.