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Overrated - this is not a museum. It is an over priced entrance fee to look at four empty rooms in what is actually a hotel, not a representation os a typical Bosnian house. The reception were off hand, complained about having to find change,...More
I have a couple of preliminary comments: First, while TA seems to want to create as many review pages as possible, to the point of redundancy in some cases, they only list this place as one of the Things to Do and not as a...More
Even if you aren't spending the night, I'd definitely recommend this for a short visit. It was a great little tour of the public parts of the house/museum. We loved learning about the family who owned it and what their lives were like. But really...More
Stayed at this very pretty traditional house (also museum) for one night. It was an interesting experience and very lovely but if you are a light sleeper I would recommend earplugs. The food at breakfast was fantastic and they held my luggage for me so...More
We visited the house on a hot august afternoon, me and my parents. There is a beautiful patio and the nice host took some time to briefly inform us about the house and the architectural jewels of it. The house was well maintained.
We had a pleasure to stay at Muslibegovic House for one night. If we come back to Mostar I have no any reason why I should not book one another night from Muslibegovic House.
Room was very cosy and wooden floor covered with carpets was...More
We stayed here one night on our recent trip to parts of the old Yugoslavia. This is billed as a museum, but really is a guesthouse that is in an old Ottoman style family home. You really get a feel for how people of a...More