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Old Bazar Kujundziluk

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Old Bazar Kujundziluk

559 Reviews
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Kujundzije in the centre of town, near the Neretva river and Stari Most - the famous bridge, Mostar Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Karin and Filip wrote a review Feb 2020
Eeklo, Belgium2,162 contributions306 helpful votes
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An Ottoman market that has kept its original charm. Narrow streets with cobblestones and lots of artisan shops that sell a wide range of souvenirs like chandeliers, porcelain pots, copper objects,... You also find books, photographs, helmets, portraits, bullet casings (and other stuff of the recent war).
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Date of experience: April 2019
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June A wrote a review Jan 2020
Surrey, United Kingdom2,122 contributions601 helpful votes
To many this is the main attracton of the Old Town, apart from that famous bridge. The bazaar fills the main street with shops and restaurants of all descriptions, selling all sorts of wares - Bosnian coffee sets, wooden boxes, leather, textiles and yes, some tourist tat as well. Of course most of it is for the tourists but prices nevertheless are very reasonable. It is tempting to haggle but given how little most Bosnians have to live on compared to the rest of us and how they struggle to make a living, I wouldn't advise it.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Peter C wrote a review Jan 2020
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Manny manny small shops with souvenirs as well as fine restaurants around. You can feel the magic of Mostar history. By end of street you will leave with at least one piece of Mostar heritage 😀
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Mrragheb wrote a review Dec 2019
Cyprus1,063 contributions96 helpful votes
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This is the heart of the old town of Mostar with a very Ottoman heritage and architecture. You may wish to buy small souvenirs or simply enjoy a local dish or coffee.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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BZimm08 wrote a review Nov 2019
Iwakuni, Japan1,599 contributions621 helpful votes
I found Mostar to be very interesting. I've never been to a place quite like it. The Bazar is kind of where all the action is so it can't be missed. I did not buy anything here, but enjoyed just walking the old narrow streets and looking at what the vendors were selling. I felt perfectly safe here, but our guide did warn us about potential theft, just a warning to be aware of your surroundings. There were a lot of great looking restaurants and cafe's around the area. I wish I had more time to explore the shops and restaurants, next time!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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