8 Days tour by bus plus avio, visiting 3 countries: Slovenia, Croatia and Bosnia&Hercegovina. Starting and ending at Ljubljana Airport (Slovenia).
Ljubljana – Bled
Meeting our guide at Ljubljana Airport. Transfer to the city and sightseeing of the old center. Coffere (or lunch) break and departure to Bled, the most popular Slovenian tourist destination. Panoramic sightseeing arround the Lake nested in the foots of Triglav National Park and visit to the Castle built on the highest rock above the lake. Check in the hotel. Dinner and overnight.
Bled – Postojna – Opatija
Postojna Cave is of the biggest and most beautiful in Europe. Special train will take us in the underground world of stalactites….After an hour or two, back to daylight. Continue towards Opatija, with on the way visits of Pula and Porec. In Pula visit of the Roman Amphitheater, the second biggest and most preserved in the world. Arriving in Opatija in the evening. Check in the hotel. Dinner and overnight.
Plitvice – Sibenik
Half day refreshing walk in the National park Plitvice. Sixteen crystal water lakes connected by waterfalls make this masterpiece of nature unique. In the afternoon continue to Sibenik. Time permitting, on the way short visit of Krka National Park. Check in the hotel. Dinner and overnight.
Trogir – Split – Dubrovnik
Trogir has the most beautiful medieval renaissance town core and Cathedral. After the sightseeing and a short drive, we arrive in the Emperor Diocletian’s birth town, Split. Visit of the Roman palace and free time for individual exploring and lunch. In the afternoon continue along the picturesque Dalmatian coast, to Dubrovnik. Check in the hotel. Dinner and overnight.
City tour with local guide: The Pile Gate, Onofrio’s Fountain, Cathedral, Duke’s Palace, Old Harbour and the Arsenal…all precious monuments from the glorious times of Dubrovnik Republic. Free time for individual exploring. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
Mostar – Sarajevo
After a short drive entering Bosnia&Hercegovina. We follow the “emerald” river Neretva up to Mostar. On the way stop at Medzugorje, the worldwide known pilgrimage destination. In Mostar visit of the old town with narrow streets, the bazaar and the famous Stone Bridge. Lunch break and continue to Sarajevo. Arriving in the afternoon. Check in the hotel. Sightseeing of the old Ottoman market place Bas Carsija and enjoying the traditional Bosnian hospitality. Dinner and overnight.
Sarajevo – Visoko – ZagrebThe Sun Pyramid in Visoko is recently discovered wonder of human invention. Even though its origin and purpose are still a mystery, some archaeologists claim that it might be even older than the Egyptian pyramids. Our local specialist will tell us the interesting story and let us make our own conclusions… Departure to Zagreb with on the way stop at Banja Luka. Arriving in the afternoon. Check in the hotel. On foot sightseeing of the city center. Dinner and overnight.
Zagreb – LjubljanaDepending on the flight schedule, possible free time at the city center. Our tour ends with the transfer to Ljubljana Airport…
End of program.
Bled: Top Slovenian tourist destination. First tourist groups visited Bled more than 150 years ago, due to its healthy climate.
Postojna Cave: More than 20 km length, of which open to the tourists are 5,3 km. Special railway was built in 1872 for tourist purposes.
Porec (UNESCO): The group of religious monuments in Porec, where Christianity was established as early as the 4th century, constitutes the most complete surviving complex of its type.
Pula: After the Colosseum in Rome, the Amphitheater in Pula is the second most preserved in its original shape. The Roman Forum, the Temple of Augustus and the Hercules Gate are just some of the many Roman monuments in this town.
Plitvice Lakes (UNESCO): An unique nature rarity. Relatively easy walking along the lake shores, combined with a lovely boat ride across Lake Kozjak will turn the day into a very pleasant and relaxing adventure.
Trogir (UNESCO): One of the oldest towns in Dalmacia, with a fascinating 2300 years of continuous urban tradition. Its beautiful Romanesque churches are complemented by the outstanding Renaissance and Baroque buildings from the Venetian period”, says UNESCO report.
Split (UNESCO): The Roman Emperor Diocletian built here a magnificent palace in which he spent his last years. Through the ages, Split became the most important Dalmatian port and it’s Capitol.
Dubrovnik (UNESCO): Once the third largest naval fleet in the world belonged to the independent Dubrovnik Republic. It held it’s independence and liberty for centuries. Today it is one of the World’s most frequently visited tourist destination due to the best preserved medieval historic core.
Mostar (UNESCO): The masterpiece of human craft, the Stone Bridge in Mostar connects not only the two bancs of river Neretva, but also the two cultures and religions. It has become the symbol of the human co-habitation.
Visoko: The excavations taken by one enthusiastic archaeologist brought to light the mysterious Sun Pyramid. The structure shows traces of an ancient civilization in this Balkan area, much older than the Egyptian.
· Safe travelling
· Quality accommodation
· Experienced tourism personnel
· Tasty local food&drinks
· Picturesque countryside
· Friendly locals
· High Edutainment value
The price includes:
· Accommodation in 3* / 4* hotels
· 7 half-boards at the hotels
· The sightseeing and visits mentioned above
· Guiding services by experienced&licensed National guides
· Gratis 1/20 for the group personnel
· All transfers by high class tourist bus
The price does not include:
o Lunches, drinks, entrances at the visited sights&museums, bus transfers, flight tickets, airport taxes.
Valid part of the arrangement are the General traveling conditions