Vila Sara offers newly renovated and clean rooms with 38 beds choose from 2, 3 and 4 bedrooms.Also we have a dorm room with 10 and 6 bed. Each room has AC and Satellite TV. We have 2 kitchens and 6 full bathrooms with washing/drying machines. All guests have access to 2 lobby and terrace. Parking and internet access are free.
Vila Sara is just minutes away from bus station and train too (free pick up). Airport is also nearby. We are walking distance from banks and grocery stores. Vila Sara is also walking distance from shopping centres. You need just 5-7 minutes to walk and you will be in the 'Old Town'. Our friendly staff speak English and German and they will be more than happy to help you with transportation and guide you around the city during your stay. We are here to make you stay pleasant and unforgettable.
Mostar turned out to be a great surprise and a wonderful city. The famous old bridge was destroyed during the war in 1993, but rebuilt about 10 years later with the same techniques as the former old bridge. It brings back the connection between the Christian and the Muslim side of the city. Around the old bridge are lots of old houses that host shops, restaurants and bars. On weekends during the summer people from all around go to Mostar to party between the restored buildings, but also in the shot down ruins that are still all around the city. The war is over and even though you can still clearly see the remains of it, the residents have moved on and made Mostar a great city.
There are several beautiful must - see places around Mostar.
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