|1 – 2||Ljubljana||Sightseeing in Ljubljana|
|3||Opatija||Sightseeing in Opatija|
|4||Zadar||Sightseeing in Zadar|
|5||Split||Sightseeing in Split|
|6||Mostar||Sightseeing in Mostar|
|7-8||Dubrovnik||Sightseeing in Dubrovnik|
When To Go
DAY 01 : ZAGREB AIRPORT ARRIVAL
DAY 02 : LJUBLJANA – BLED – BOHINJ – LJUBLJANA
After breakfast departure for Bled, where we will take a sightseeing tour of the emerald-green lake Bled. We will embark Bled’s typical ‘pletna’ boat and ride to Bled Island where we will visit St. Mary’s church and ring its bell for good luck. We will also visit Bled castle, which stands on a precipitous cliff above the lake. While enjoying the famous vanilla-and-cream dessert
‘kremšnita’, we will admire the beautiful Bled panorama from the castle terrace. In the afternoon we will visit Bohinj Lake with the lovely church of St. John. Taking a cable car railway to Vogel Mountain will give you an opportunity to admire a wonderful panoramic view onto Lake Bohinj and the surrounding Julian Alps. Overnight in Ljubljana.
DAY 03 : LJUBLJANA – OPATIJA
Morning sightseeing tour of Ljubljana – the capital of Slovenia. Strolling the old town dotted with small shops, outdoor cafes and restaurants, we will see all the main sights of this lovely town. We will take the funicular to the medieval Ljubljana castle, climb the stairs of Ljubljana castle tower to enjoy a beautiful panoramic view of the old town and red-roofed houses clustered together overlooked by a castle on a hill. Proceed for visit of Postojna Cave. It is the biggest cave in Europe open to tourists. Ride on a miniature electric train through the fantastic underground world, enriched with beautiful stalactites and stalagmites. Transfer to Opatija, one of Croatia’s most popular summer tourist resorts also called the »Nice of the Adriatic«.
Afternoon stroll along the sea promenade, refreshing sea breeze and delicious local seafood will stay in your memory for a long time. Overnight in Opatija.
DAY 04: OPATIJA – PLITVICE – ZADAR
After breakfast departure for Plitvice Lakes National Park. This lush valley has 16 terraced lakes strung together by waterfalls and miles of pleasant plank walks. Countless cascades and colorful water make this park a natural wonderland. Walk along lush paths and wooden bridges, then take a boat out on the still waters of Kozjak Lake and ride an electric train around the park. Afternoon drive towards Dalmatia until we reach Zadar.
DAY 05: ZADAR – SIBENIK – TROGIR – SPLIT
Transfer to Šibenik. Nestled in the heart of Dalmatia, where the river Krka flows into the Adriatic Sea, the city of Šibenik will enchant you with ancient charms. Upon arrival sightseeing of the Cathedral of St. Jacob, one of the most beautiful Renaissance cathedrals in Croatia, a masterpiece of Renaissance architecture protected by UNESCO. Proceed to Trogir. It’s a small town and its sights are conveniently clustered together, making it an easy walk and easy
to understand why it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Climb the stairs of St. Lawrence cathedral bell tower and enjoy the panorama of the old town stony houses. Continue to Split for overnight.
DAY 06: SPLIT – MOSTAR
Morning sightseeing in Split, a pre-historic city built by the Roman emperor Diocletian. We will visit Diocletian’s palace – one of the most preserved roman palaces, which is known to the world as a »still living palace«, as modern shops and citizens live and work inside the walls of the ancient palace complex. Strolling around the palace we will see Jupiter’s palace, open market and St. Dominus cathedral. Crossing from Croatia to Bosnia and Hercegovina.
Mostar is situated in a beautiful valley surrounded between high mountains of Herzegovina. Thanks to the river Neretva, Mostar was able to develop as a city in the desert-like landscape of Herzegovina. Neretva’s size turned Mostar very early in to a trading centre of the region. What makes this city known is it’s famous bridge. The Old Bridge was built by the Ottoman empire in 1565. It was the great architect Mimar Hajrudin who had succeeded with the impossible
mission to cross the Neretva river with a single span stone bridge. Overnight in Mostar.
DAY 07: MOSTAR – DUBROVNIK
Morning transfer to Dubrovnik. Upon arrival, we will explore the finest sites of the Old Walled City. Walking through the old town we will visit the Franciscan Monastery with Europe’s third oldest pharmacy, the Rector’s Palace and the Cathedral. Taking the road above Dubrovnik we will have the opportunity to view it from above, from a spectacular panoramic spot. Afternoon free at leisure. Dinner in one of the finest Dubrovnik restaurants with a magnificent view of the Adriatic Sea. Overnight in Dubrovnik.
DAY 08 : DUBROVNIK – KOTOR – BUDVA – DUBROVNIK
Morning departure for Montenegro. After a two-hour scenic drive, we will arrive to Kotor, located along one of Montenegro’s most beautiful bays. Kotor is a city of traders and famous sailors, with many stories to tell. We will stroll the old town, criss-crossed with narrow streets and squares and visit the Roman Cathedral of Saint Tryphon, which is one of the most recognizable symbols of the city. Next we will drive to Budva. Budva’s pebble beaches with
crystal-clear sea and mild climate rank among the most beautiful coasts in the world. Th e Old Town is a place of important historic and religious monuments, galleries, boutiques and cafes. Overnight in Dubrovnik.
DAY 09 : DUBROVNIK DEPARTURE
After breakfast, transfer to the Dubrovnik airport for a return flight.
02 Nights Accommodation with Breakfast in Ljubljana
01 Night Accommodation with Breakfast in Opatija
01 Night Accommodation with Breakfast in Zadar
01 Night Accommodation with Breakfast in Split
01 Night Accommodation with Breakfast in Mostar
02 Nights Accommodation with Breakfast in Dubrovnik