The city is located on the Neretva River, and according to the latest census from 2013, it has about 105,000 inhabitants, including suburbs.
The city of sun, architecture, history, traditions, museums, adrenaline visited by many tourists. Only 60 kilometers away from the Adriatic Sea and has a very pleasant Mediterranean climate throughout the year.
A city of bridges, a multitude of differences that make it special and gladly visited. It is famous for the famous "Old Bridge", which was built in the 16th century. In the last war the bridge was torn down like all other bridges. The bridge and the historic core were restored in 2004 and protected as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is known for its traditional jumps that have been held for 450 years.
Walking through the streets of Mostar you can see the remains of different civilizations and epochs, which have forever remained woven into the history of this city and make it special on the tourist map of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Gastronomy that satisfies all tastes, intertwined with east and west, with delicious traditional dishes will not leave anyone indifferent.
Two clubs from Mostar, FK "Velež" and HŠK "Zrinjski", play in the m:tel Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The matches of the Women’s U-17 European Championship will be played at the HŠK "Zrinjski" Stadium. FK "Velež" achieved the greatest success in its history in the seasons 1980/1981 and 1985/1986, when they won the Yugoslav Cup.
On the other hand, HŠK "Zrinjski" is the most successful club in the history of the Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina, with six titles won and one Cup of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Numerous football aces have grown up in the "city on the Neretva", and we will single out Dušan Bajević, Franjo Vladić, Blaž Slišković, Enver Marić, Ivan Ćurković, Enver Hadžiabdić ... For a while, Luka Modrić, later the best football player on the planet, also played for HŠK "Zrinjski".