UNESCO HERITAGE & NATURAL BEAUTIES TOUR

CROATIA, BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA AND SLOVENIA

Duration

6 nights/7 days

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Join this grand tour of the Western Balkans, visiting magnificent UNESCO-protected sites on your way through Croatia, Slovenia and Bosnia & Herzegovina.

Departing from the Croatian capital of Zagreb, this tour takes you on an exciting journey through three different countries, visiting major UNESCO-protected sites and natural beauties. The highlights of this tour include the magnificent Old Town of Dubrovnik, an Ancient palace built by Roman Emperor Diocletian is Split and the enchanting Plitvice Lakes National Park.

You will spend seven days discovering the beauties of Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina and Slovenia, staying in comfortable hotels in several destinations with half board. Enjoy the informative and interesting sightseeing tours of two capital cities – Zagreb and Ljubljana, Zadar, Plitvice Lakes, Split and Dubrovnik.

WHAT'S INCLUDED

  • ALL TRANSFER ACCORDING TO ITINERARY IN AN AIR-CONDITIONED VEHICLE WITH DRIVER AT GROUP’S DISPOSAL YES

  • PROFESSIONAL ENGLISH-SPEAKING TOUR LEADER TO ACCOMPANY THE GROUP THROUGHOUT THE WHOLE TRIP YES

  • HOTEL STAY WITH HALF-BOARD AS STATED IN ITINERARY YES

  • ALL SIGHTSEEING TOURS ACCORDING TO ITINERARY (ZAGREB, LJUBLJANA, ZADAR, PLITVICE LAKES, SPLIT, DUBROVNIK) YES

  • OPTIONAL EXCURSION TO KORČULA – BOOKING ON SPOT FOR 54,OO EUR PP YES

  • ENTRY FEES TO PLITVICE LAKES NATIONAL PARK AND SPLIT’S DIOCLETIAN PALACE COMPLEX YES

PACKAGE DETAILS

DAY 1 – ZAGREB (CRO); DINNER

Welcome to Zagreb! We’ll pick you up from Zagreb Airport or from a hotel of your stay and transfer you to the tour hotel in Zagreb. Spend the rest of the day at leisure.

Dinner and overnight in Zagreb/Zagreb area.

DAY 2 – ZAGREB (CRO) – BLED (SLO); BREAKFAST, DINNER

After breakfast, we’ll take you for a sightseeing tour of Zagreb, the capital city of Croatia. Walk the cobbled stone streets of Zagreb Upper Town and the buzzing Lower Town. On your way, you’ll see the remarkable Medieval Church of St Mark on the Parliament Square, the Zagreb Cathedral, the popular Ban Jelačić Square, the Croatian National Theatre and more.
In the early afternoon, we depart to Bled in Slovenia, famous for the beautiful lake surrounded by breath-taking nature. Bled and its surroundings are among the most beautiful alpine resorts in Europe.

Dinner and overnight in Bled/ Bled area.

DAY 3 – BLED (SLO) – LJUBLJANA (SLO) – PLITVICE (CRO); BREAKFAST, DINNER

After breakfast, we leave Bled and head towards the Slovenian charming capital of Ljubljana. You’ll be taken on a guided tour of this beautiful city, highlights of which include the Baroque Town Hall, Robba’s Fountain and the Three Bridges.

Our next stop today are is the popular UNESCO-protected Plitvice Lakes National Park in Croatia’s mountainous region of Gorski kotar. The National Park consists of sixteen interlinked lakes and over 90 spectacular waterfalls.

Dinner and overnights in Plitvice area.

DAY 4 – PLITVICE (CRO) – ZADAR (CRO) – SPLIT (CRO); BREAKFAST, DINNER

After breakfast, we depart towards the Croatian coast with Zadar as our first stop. Zadar was an important centre of Medieval Croatia, and is today a home to one of rare examples of Pre-Romanesque architecture in Europe – the Church of St Donat. Other interesting places you’ll visit in Zadar include the unique sea organ, the Roman Forum and the Church od St Anastasia.
In the afternoon, we continue southwards towards Split, where you’ll be treated to a guided tour of the UNESCO-protected Dioceltian’s Palace and its cellars. The Emperor Diocletian decided to build this beautiful palace as his retirement home at the turn of the 4th century AD. Today the palace is buzzing with life and is full of cafés, bars and restaurants.
Dinner and overnight in Split/ Split area.

DAY 5 – SPLIT (CRO) – DUBROVNIK (CRO); BREAKFAST, DINNER

After breakfast, we depart towards the “pearl of the Adriatic”, today also known to some as King’s Landing – the popular city of Dubrovnik. Dubrovnik was once a mighty republic dominating the naval trade of the whole Mediterranean. Upon arrival, you’ll be taken on a tour of this wonderful Medieval city, walking its UNESCO-protected Old Town.

Dinner and overnight in Dubrovnik/ Dubrovnik area.

DAY 6 – DUBROVNIK (CRO); BREAKFAST, DINNER

Today is your day at leisure to explore Dubrovnik or have a dip in the Adriatic.

Option: excursion to the Island of Korčula, with the beautiful Old Town of Korčula where allegedly the famous merchant and traveller Marco Polo was born.

Sightseeing tour of Korčula & free time for lunch or swimming break. On our way back to Dubrovnik we’ll visit the wine cellars on Pelješac peninsula to taste the best local wine.

Dinner and overnight in Dubrovnik/ Dubrovnik area.

DAY 7 – END OF THE TOUR: BREAKFAST

Thanks for joining us on this adventure! After breakfast, we’ll transfer you to Dubrovnik Airport for your flight home or to a hotel in Dubrovnik for the remainder of your stay.

From £980 PER PERSON

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