Kujundžiluk Street
Kujundžiluk Street
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zuv
Bucharest, Romania27,166 contributions
Jul 2022
There is no street with this name that is in the immediate vicinity of the famous bridge. The street full of shops and merchants that leads to the bridge is called Onescukova, you can see it on any map. Santic street (in fact, its real name is Alekse Šantića street), is a little further north of Stari most. It is a trivial street, which runs parallel to the river bank).
Written August 21, 2022
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Anita V
Croatia196 contributions
Jun 2012 • Solo
Well, this is a famous Mostar street. It was very much affected by the war, but the majority of building have been reconstructed and the people moved back in. But, some remnants of the ruins are still visible. The street is pretty long. If you are staying in the Ero Hotel, it is good to take this street to the Old Town. The prison of Mostar is located in this street, not far away from the Ero Hotel, as well as the Main Post Office and the famous "Abrašević" Youth Cultural Centre (if you are young and staying in Mostar for some time, keep yourself informed about the concerts held in Abrašević, atmosphere there is pretty nice, especially in summer in the garden cafe). The town's outdoor swimming-pool is located at the far end of the street.
There are two famous patiseries in this street - "Bajram" (on the other end of the street, not easy to find, famous from before the war, there are no many seating places, but you may take some delicious cookies-to-go) and "Palma" (pretty easy to find, can't be overlooked, loved by locals for delicious cakes and especially ice-cream).
Written May 10, 2013
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Greg
Cambridge, UK5,209 contributions
Aug 2019 • Couples
Lots of market stalls, plenty of tourists and souvenirs to be had. The cobbled streets leads up to the Bridge and passes many restaurants and bars along the way. Plenty of good photographs to be had of the Old Bridge too. The shop owners aren’t pushy like in other countries where bazaars / markets like this are present.
Written August 11, 2019
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LolaGo1
Washington DC, DC6,407 contributions
May 2019 • Solo
I walked from the end of the Spanish Square where there is a beautiful park with play ground equipments to the Catholic Cathedral.

Trees lined up this beautiful street. Behind these trees are huge well-taken cared off mansions. Mostly, private homes here, no shops, perhaps 1-2 restaurants.
Written May 3, 2019
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NswAustraliaDidi
NSW AUSTRALIA1,196 contributions
Sep 2018 • Couples
This street was part of the front line or the great divide between Croats and Muslims, in the 1992 war. Sadly it is still very much the same today, thankfully without the war, but with people keeping to “their side”. Many ruined buildings can be seen along the street and whilst the median strips have been landscaped, it wasn’t long ago that mines were hidden here.
Written September 12, 2018
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zsunshine K
Phoenix, United States77 contributions
Oct 2017 • Family
beautifull street to walk,safe and very family friendly. Got to stop by Palma bakary at corner ,best sweets are in there
Written November 22, 2017
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Magellano81
Tortona, Italy41,158 contributions
Nov 2014 • Solo
Not quite in the center of the road, just maybe get away a bit 'for the chance to see it. There is not much and it is not even a top attraction, but you can still see the effects of war on the buildings, some are intact while many remain semi destroyed or otherwise tortured by the signs of the bullets. A map or a GPS will definitely lead you here without problems.
Written March 9, 2015
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AndyJohn74
Sans Souci, Australia3,380 contributions
May 2023 • Solo
Colourful buildings line this little area of the old town, on the east bank of the Neretva River.it is beautiful to see this wonderful city revitalised with a booming tourist industry.the people of Mostar have a lot to be proud of.
Written May 30, 2023
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June A
Surrey, UK2,677 contributions
May 2019
This is the main street that runs through the heart of the Old Town - lively and bustling from morning through until dusk and lined with shops and restaurants of all desciptions. Here you can try and famous Bosnian coffee and buy a set to make your own, you can also buy jewellery and handicrafts of all descriptions, you can book tours of the area and learn about the history of the town and its famous bridge and of course you can sit and watch all that goes on.
Written January 6, 2020
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Graham S
Tewantin, Australia4,427 contributions
Sep 2019
Bazaar with extensive arts & crafts many/most local Bosnian ... you must buy some (yes & some trashy souvenirs too!)
We stayed with a family very close by & when you learn about the continuing difficulties so many of the remaining residents have you would look at all the stall holders in a completely different light.
Its hard to make a living. Our heart goes out to them.
Written November 29, 2019
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