Explore Balkan Peninsula and discover diversity that it offers. From beautiful nature, mountains, rivers, lakes, fantastic food, that is still organic almost everywhere, through cities and villages with unique spirit to seaside wich is voted by many as best in the world.
DAY 1 Arrival in Belgrade
Arrival in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. Transfer from airport to hotel and check-in. Belgrade city tour which starts by visiting temple of St.Sava, the largest Orthodox Church in this part of Europe, before continuing on to Republic Square and Prince Mihailo pedestrian zone. City tour is followed by Kalemegdan Fortress situated at the confluence of the Sava and Danube Rivers. Welcome dinner in traditional restaurant.
DAY 2 Belgrade
Visit the Josip Broz Tito, ex-Yugoslavian former Memorial House and museum. Lunch at restaurant. Free time in Belgrade for individual activities or some of the optional excursions. Dinner in hotel.
DAY 3 Belgrade – Sarajevo
After breakfast, we are departing for Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia & Herzegovina, one of the most historically-rich cities in Europe. After check-in short free time for refreshment. Sarajevo panoramic city tour, with walk in Bascarsija, a city founded by the Ottomans during 15th century. Dinner in hotel.
DAY 4 Sarajevo – Mostar - Dubrovnik
In the morning, we will visit War Museum ``Tunnel``. Departure to the city of Mostar. Lunch at restaurant. City sightseeing tour with visit to famous Old Bridge in Mostar. Explore the cobbles old town surrounding both side of the bridge and shop for local souvenirs. Proceed further to Dubrovnik. Dubrovnik city tour. Visit Pile Gate, Great Onofrio Fountain, Sponza Palace, Ploce Gates and Gundulic Square. Free time in Dubrovnik for individual activities or souvenir shopping. Dinner in hotel.
DAY 5 Dubrovnik
This is free day in Dubrovnik, for individual activities. Optional excursion in Montenegro will be offered.
DAY 6 Dubrovnik – Ston– Split
In the morning drive to Peljesac towards the village of Ston which houses the 2nd largest wall in the world after the Great Wall of China. Lunch at restaurant in Ston. In the afternoon transfer to Split. Dinner in hotel.
DAY 7 Split– Trogir – Split
Split city tour. Visit Diocletian`s Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site built during the 4th century to observe the remnants of Split`s Roman heritage and its magnificent Renaissance and Gothic structures, the Jupiter`s Temple, the Peristyle and the Cathedral. Lunch at restaurant. Next, advance towards Trogir, city tour and stroll through the old streets. Stop briefly at the waterfront for a photo opportunity before running back to Split. Dinner in hotel.
DAY 8 Split – Zadar – Plitvice
After breakfast depart to city of Zadar, once a famed cultural centre and the oldest Slavic city in the Adriatic. Embark on a tour of the Roman Forum Ruins, the cultural centre of Dalmatia and also the 2nd largest city in Croatia. Lunch at restaurant. Free time in Zadar. Depart further to Plitvice National Park. Dinner in hotel.
DAY 9 Plitvice- Zagreb
After breakfast we are going on a Plitvice National Park tour, a renowned tourist destination and UNESCO World Heritage Site. Marvel at the breathtaking scenery of this natural phenomenon comprising sixteen terraced lakes surrounded by a cluster of thicky-wooden mountains and lush vegetation joined by a series of waterfalls. Lunch at restaurant. Depart further. Arrival in Zagreb, Croatian capital, in the evening. Dinner in hotel.
DAY 10 Zagreb - Ljubljana
Zagreb guided city tour. Free time in Zagreb city center. Lunch at restaurant. Boarding the coach and proceed further to Ljubljana, Slovenian capital. Ljubljana city tour. Ljubljana has preserved evidence of a five thousand year history including, among others, the remains of the Roman city of Emona and the old city centre with its medieval castle, baroque facades, decorative portals and uneven roofs. Dinner in hotel.
DAY 11 Ljubljana – Bled – Postojna – Ljubljana
After breakfast depart to Bled Lake, which is Slovenia`s most popular resort surrounded by the Julian Alps. It is up to 2120 m long and up to 1380 m wide, its maximum depth being 30.6 meters. Bled sightseeing and boat tour. Lunch at restaurant. Proceed toward Postojna. Visit Postojna Cave. Journey through the 5 kilometers of passages, galleries and halls by special train will leave you breathless, especially 5 meter tall stalagmite called ``The Brilliant``. Return back to Ljubljana. Dinner in hotel.
DAY 12 Departure from Ljubljana
Check-out from hotel. Transfer to airport. Take the flight back home.
Temple of St. Sava Belgrade
Saint Sava Temple is the largest Orthodox temple in the Balkans. It was built in the Serbo-Byzantine style and including the cross on top of the dome, it is 82 meters high. The temple is still under construction, although major works ended in 2004. The construction of the church lasted more than planed because of wars, poverty and partly because of communist rule. Church is so big that can seat more than 10,000 people at the same time.
Walk in Baščaršija Sarajevo
Sarajevo Old Town tour is our wisely designed tour to offer explanation and great experience while walking around the Baščaršija and Sarajevo city center. Wandering around the Old District without being properly introduced to what you really see is good none the less, but should you desire to know more about what you see, and even more than that, than this tour is great way to do it.
Dubrovnik Old Town
Dubrovnik is on UNESCO World Heritage List since 1979. The wonders of Dubrovnik attract tourists from all over the globe and it is no wonder it has been nick named The Pearl of the Adriatic.
The City itself is featured by perfectly preserved white stone defensive walls with mighty forts and towers, characteristic Baroque houses with red roof tops, and many Gothic-Renaissance palaces.
Plitvice Lakes National Park contains a series of beautiful lakes, caves and waterfalls. These have been formed by processes typical of karst landscapes such as the deposition of travertine barriers, creating natural dams. These geological processes continue today.
There are 16 interlinked lakes between Mala Kapela Mountain and Pljesevica Mountain.
Slovenia has only one island but its uniqueness makes it more attractive than many an archipelago. Sheltered by picturesque mountains, the island reigns in the middle of an Alpine lake. Its charm has made it a symbol for centuries of a town to which guests from all over the world love to return. This town, which has already existed for a thousand years, is BLED.
On the island in the middle of the lake, the ancient Slavs worshipped Živa, goddess of love and fertility. Pilgrims later came to the church of St Mary on the island.
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