If you would like to have a completely different experience from Dubrovnik, a visit to Mostar or Sarajevo is a must do. Mostar is one of the top spots to see in Bosnia because the city was ruled by the Ottoman Empire for more than 400 years. The city is well known because of the bridge, which was destroyed during the war in 1993 and rebuilt in 2004. It was considered a masterpiece of the Ottoman architecture. This old city has still preserved the original look from the Ottoman period and it is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Alongside Mostar we may visit Ston, a small city well known for its salt paints, oyster farms and a 5.5 km long wall that was built to protect the salt production from enemies. It was considered to be the second longest wall in the world after the Great Wall of China. Enroute to Mostar we may visit Trsteno Arboretum, town of Ston. There is an option of wine tasting in Ponikve, visit to Narona museum, Kravice waterfalls, Međugorje, Blagaj, an amazing Buna riverhead spring, Počitelj, Vjetrenica cave, Stećci Medieval Tombstones Graveyards in Stolac and Arboretum Trsteno.