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    Day 1:  SPLIT, CROATIA – ARRIVAL Upon arrival at Split Airport, transfer to the hotel and free time until the dinner. Overnight. Day 2: SPLIT – TROGIR A morning city tour of Split, a capital of Dalmatia, under the UNESCO’s protection. We will continue to the nearby Roman settlement of Solin, where we visit the ruins of antique Salona. Last station is Trogir, a picturesque medieval town. Dinner and overnight in Split.

    Day 3: SPLIT – ISLAND BRAC We take a ferry to the largest Dalmatian island – Brač, where we climb to the highest mountain of the Adriatic islands – Vidova Gora, with great view to the surrounding islands. Afterwards we visit the city of Bol with the Croatian most beautiful beach – „The Golden cape“. Lunch in the typical family restaurant, called konoba. Free time for leisure. Dinner and overnight in Split.

    Day 4: SPLIT – MOSTAR, BOSNIA AND HERCEGOVINA – DUBROVNIK, CROATIA Morning drive over Dalmatian hinterland. We stop at Imotski to see the Blue and Red Lake, the second deepest lake in the world. We continue to Mostar. Sightseeing of Mostar. Afterward we continue torwards Dubrovnik. A dinner and overnight in Dubrovnik.

    Day 5: DUBROVNIK Sightseeing tour of Old Town of Dubrovnik, also called “The museum on the open air”, under the UNESCO’s protection. In the afternoon, free time to tour the city walls with magnificent fortresses and towers or the cursed isle of Lokrum in front of the Old Town. Dinner and overnight in Dubrovnik.

    Day 6: DUBROVNIK – KOTOR, MONTENEGRO – CETINJE – SAN STEFAN – BUDVA After breakfast we drive to Montenegro. First we stop at Kotor, a city located along one of Montenegro’s most beautiful bays, under the UNESCO’s protection. We continue our tour up to Cetinje, a city-museum. We return to the coast with a short stop at a belvedere above San Stefan, and then we visit the old town of Budva, one of the oldest settlements on the Adriatic coast. Dinner and overnight in Dubrovnik.

    Day 7: DUBROVNIK – SHKODRA, ALBANIA – DURRES – TIRANA Morning drive to northern Albanian city of Shkodra which has been an important city for Albania for over 2,000 years. We continue to Durres in Albania, one of the oldest Roman cities in the Mediterranean and the largest sea-port in Albania. Dinner and overnight in Tirana.

    Day 8: TIRANA – BERAT – OHRID, MACEDONIA Morning tour of capital of Albania – Tirana. Drive to Berat, the oldest settlement in Albania. Afterwards we continue torward the border of Macedonia to the town of Ohrid, with one stop on the shores of lake Ohrid for a visit to the Monastery Struga. Dinner and overnight in Ohrid. Day 9: OHRID – ST. NAUM We visit the monastery St. Naum, the Castle from 11th century and important ancient churches and schools of Ohrid. In the afternoon is a time for leisure and for shopping. Dinner and overnight in Ohrid.

    Day 10: OHRID – BITOLA – SKOPJE After breakfast we drive to Bitola to visit the roman Heraclea Lyncestis. There will be a possibility for a wine tasting in the wine area Tikves. Arrival in Skoplje. Time at free disposal for shopping. Dinner and overnight in Skopje.

    Day 11: SKOPJE – PRIZREN – PRISTINA, KOSOVO Morning visit of Skopje, the capital of Macedonia. Here is located the largest Turkish bath in the Balkan, which is now an art museum. Continuation to Prizren and a tour of the city. Afterwards we travel to Prishtina, the capital city of Kosovo. We visit the site of the Battle of Kosovo. Dinner and overnight in Pristina.

    Day 12: PRISTINA – UZICE, SERBIA – DRVENGRAD Morning drive through Serbia, with stop to visit one monastery, up to Uzice. There we will visit the „Wooden city“ of Emir Kusturica. Dinner and overnight in Uzice. Day 13: MOKRA GORA – VIŠEGRAD – SARAJEVO, BOSNIA AND HERCEGOVINA During the morning we will take a trip with the narrow railway „Sargan’s eight„ a  steam train-museum. After crossing over to Bosnia and Hercegovina we visit Visegrad at Drina with its famous bridge (Nobel winner Ivo Andric – a novel “The Brigde on the Drina”). Arrival in Sarajevo, evening walk, dinner and overnight.

    Day 14: SARAJEVO – OLYMPIC MOUNTAINS Tour of Sarajevo during the morning. In the afternoon we will visit the Sarajevo Olympic Mountains. Dinner and overnight in Sarajevo.

    Day 15: VISOKO – PLIVICE LAKES, CROATIA Morning visit of the European greatest archaeological project – the Valley of Bosnian Pyramids in Visoko, the most significant archaeological site in Europe. We continue to Bihac, over Jajce and Travnik. Dinner and overnight at the shores of River Una, one of the most beautiful rivers in Europe.

    Day 16: PLITVICE LAKES – ZAGREB After breakfast, we drive to one of the most beautiful National Parks in the World –Plitvice Lakes National Park, which is listed on the UNESCO’s List of World Natural Heritage Sites. Afterwards we continue to Zagreb. Late afternoon visit of the Croatian capital. Dinner and overnight in Zagreb.

    Day 17: ZAGREB – LJUBLJANA, SLOVENIA After breakfast full day excursion to capital of Slovenia – Ljubljana. Sightseeing of Ljubljana and free time. Dinner and overnight in Ljubljana.

    Day 18: LJUBLJANA – DEPARTURE Departure for the Airport. TOUR INCLUDES:

    • Air-conditioned motor coach during the tour;
    • Accommodation in 3, 4 or 5-star hotels on half board basis;
    • Local guides for sightseeing tour of Dubrovnik, Kotor, Budva, Split, Trogir, Zagreb, Ljubljana, Albania, Macedonia, Mostar and Sarajevo;
    • Entrance fees;
    • Tour escort.

    *All tours can be fitted according to wishes of our clients.