Old Bazar Kujundziluk, Mostar

(3.8/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web)
Visit Old Bazar Kujundziluk, an Ottoman-era market that maintains its original atmosphere thanks to cobblestone roads, narrow streets lined with artisan shops, and Turkish ornamentation. See colorful houses made of heavy stone and wood, visit mosques, and order a traditional coffee at a local bar. Browse through a wide range of colorful items, such as chandeliers, porcelain pots, and copper objects, and look for articles that reflect the recent history of Bosnia and Herzegovina, such as books and photographs. You can also find souvenirs, ranging from T-shirts and key chains, to helmets, portraits of Tito, and bullet casings. Put Old Bazar Kujundziluk and other Mostar attractions into our Mostar itinerary builder, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • Two Muslim women colossal on my children as those zaczyły touch their goods with your fingers. And we gave up. Started to scream broken English, that sour something and we have to buy it. It was impossible to calm them down. Wife is upset, not to mention children. The evil eye and let it be for other families warning.
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  • Cool thing! Not a usual market but rather a place that has its own style and atmosphere. A bit similar to Middle-Eastern or Moroccan markets. Overwhelming amount of small local items available around. 
  • The old Bazaar is worth seeing, suffering but, like all similar markets in tourism centers that art must give way to the kitsch. Still worth to be - visited, whether you like it or not, anyway through this part to get through.
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