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    Day 1 ZAGREB – Arrival
    Upon arrival at Zagreb Airport, city tour of capital Zagreb including the fortified St Mark’s church, the Cathedral, Upper Town, and Down Town Croatian National Theater and University. Dinner and overnight in Zagreb. 

    Morning drive to Kumrovec birth place of former Yugoslav president Tito and ethno village. Lunch in a local restaurant. Afterwards visit of Trakošcan most beautiful Croatian castle. Late afternoon visit of ferrytale baroque city Varazdin. Dinner and overnight Zagreb.  

    Day 3 PLIVICE LAKES National park -SMILJAN (Nikola Tesla birth place)

    After breakfast, we drive towards Plitvice Lakes National Park on the UNESCO`s List of World Natural Heritage. Sixteen lakes, each at a different level, connected in a series of cascading waterfalls. Surrounded by dense wood, the Plitvice Lakes are a natural phenomenon of a rare and unique beauty. Departure for Smiljan, birthplace of Nikola Tesla where we will visit his museum. Dinner and overnight in Zadar region.

    Day 4 ZADAR – KRKA WATERFALLS National park – Šibenik 

    Morning visit of Zadar including Roman Forum, St Elias s Church, St Donatus, greeting of the Sun and Sea organ. Continue to Krka Waterfalls National Park- undoubtedly one of the highlights of this tour. Well known for its waterfalls, of which Skradinski Buk is the largest and most beautiful. 17 natural barriers, creating a countless number of large and small waterfalls with a height difference of 45m. Lunch in Skradin. Dinner and overnight in Šibenik area.


    The medieval old town of Trogir ( UNESCO World Heritage site ) with its winding streets is on an island and is considered one big museum, rich in cultural and historic treasures and sights-simply gorgeous and mysterious. Free time for lunch in one of the many restaurants of Trogir. We will see the Cathedral of St. Lawrence with a known Portal by the master Radovan, City Loggia from the 15th century, the Cipiko Palace, the Town Hall and the 11th century Benedictine monastery.  Afterwards visit of Klis – fortress seat of Croatian kings and film location of Game of Thrones. Continue to Split, the largest Dalmatian city and port, 1700 years ago it settled on the Marjan peninsula surrounded by the historical town of ancient Salona. We will stroll the narrow streets of Diocletian Palace, the 4th century roman Emperor Palace, tour its preserved cellar galleries and ancient Peristil Square where you visit the old Temple of Jupiter and the Cathedral. We will also pass the protected Golden and Silver gate, through historical squares to the lively markets and the Riva, ideal place for strolling and shopping. Dinner and overnight Split/Trogir Riviera Hotel.  


    Departure towards Dubrovnik. Sightseeing tour of Dubrovnik including the Franciscan Monasteries, Rector’s Palace, Maritime museum and the Cathedral. Free time to explore the city walls with magnificent fortresses and towers on your own or to enjoy the panorama from Mountain Srđ on a cable car ride. Dinner and overnight in Dubrovnik Riviera.


    Full day excursion to Montenegro. Located along one of Montenegro’s most beautiful bays is Kotor a city of traders and famous sailors, with many stories to tell. The Old City of Kotor is a well preserved urbanization typical of the middle Ages, built between the 12th and 14th century. Medieval architecture and numerous monuments of cultural heritage have made Kotor a UNESCO listed  “World Natural and Historical Heritage Site”. Through the entire city the buildings are criss-crossed with narrow streets and squares. We continue our ride on a curvy road with a beautiful view over the Bay of Boka Kotorska up to Cetinje. Once the seat of Montenegrin rulers, today a city-museum, Cetinje is famous for its monuments and we are going to visit the most important one – the King Nicholas’ Museum.  After the sightseeing of Cetinje, we return to the coast with a short stop at a belvedere above Sveti Stefan, and then visit the old town of Budva. Budva is more than 2500 year old one of the oldest settlements on the Adriatic. Dinner and overnight in Dubrovnik Riviera.


    Morning drive through an area which has seen various cultures and religions over the centuries, each of them leaving traces of its presence here. Short stop at Pocitelj – a picturesque fortress-town rich in oriental architecture up the beautiful delta of the river Neretva to UNESCO’S heritage listed Mostar. During the Turkish rule, the city was an important trade centre, traces of that period still being visible when visiting the old Bazaar, the Mosque or a typical Turkish house and the old new bridge. Continuation to the one of the most beautiful European destinations the multicultural city Sarajevo – a city called as well the European Jerusalem. Dinner and overnight. 


    Morning visit of Europeans greatest archeological project, the Valley of Bosnian Pyramids in Visoko half an hour from Sarajevo. Experts say that these pyramids are older than the ones in Mexico and Egypt and that  the Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids is the most significant archaeological monument in Europe. Back to Sarajevo where we visit the famous old part „Barscarsija“, the Sarajevo escape tunnel, only exit out of Sarajevo during the war where you can get an inside look at what happened here during the Yougoslav war. Dinner and overnight in Sarajevo.


    Morning drive to one of the highlights of this journey, to Višegrad – famous for nobel prize winner for literature Ivo Andric for his novel the bridge over Drina. Visit of Drina bridge and Andrićgrad – city dedicated to Ivo Andric. Continue to Mokra Gora, Serbia, where we will take a trip with the narrow railway „Sarganska eight „ with a museum steam train. Afterwards visit of the „Wooden city“ of Emir Kusturica. Dinner and overnight in Zlatibor.

    Day 11 BELGRADE

    Morning drive to Belgrade capital of Serbia. Visit the Kalemegdan fortress, Republic Square, National theatre, National museum, Knez Mihajlova street, Terazije Square, Federal Assembly, Nikola Tesla museum, Belgrade museum, Ivo Andric house, St. Marco’s Church, St,Sava Temple, Memorial center Josip Broz Tito. Dinner in Skadarlia, the city’s Bohemian quarter with cobblestone streets and folkloric restaurants that often offer evening open air performances. Overnight.


    After breakfast departure to Novi Sad the economic, political and cultural capital of Vojvodina province. It’s strategic location on a bend in the Danube and retains a Hungarian atmosphere from years of Habsburgs rule. Visit its bridges on the Danube and the busy but charming central city zone. Continue to Monastery of Krusedol with its unique architecture that combines both Baroque and Byzantine. Stop at the Petrovaradin baroque citadel and fortress with a great panoramic view of the city.  Dinner and overnight in Vukovar.


    Morning visit of the Croatian hero city of Vukovar, which during the last war suffered great losses. Then we contiue to the beautiful wine city of Ilok, called Dubrovnik of the Danube. After lunch and wine tasting we continue to Osijek, where we visit the center and old part called Tvrda. Dinner and overnight Vukovar.

    Day 14 Departure

    Departure for Airport.

    Tour includes:

    • Air-conditioned motor coach throughout from Airport Zagreb to Airport Zagreb/Ljubljana
    • Accommodation in 3, 4 or 5 star hotels on half board basis
    • Local guides for sightseeing tour