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Tour type: Daily Tour
Duration: 3 days
Maximum number of people: 6
Location: Crotia, Lake Bled, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Duration: 5 Nights and 6 Days with Airlines
Region: Zagreb – Bled – Postojna – Plitvice – Trogir – Split – Dubrovnik – Kotor – Trebinje – Mostar – Sarajevo

Day 1

Zagreb – Bled

Arrival at the International airport in Zagreb. Meeting and greet by your professional language speaking tour guide. We transfer to the city for panorama tour of Zagreb. Zagreb, the capital of Croatia.The city grew between the Medvednica Mountain and the river Sava, from the 11th century all the way till the present days. Old medieval settlements of the Upper town, Gradec and Kaptol, remarkable architecture of the Lower town, numerous museums and art galleries, squares, fountains, monuments and green parks. That’s Zagreb and all of that makes our city a pleasant place to walk through and attracts its visitors with the vivid street atmosphere. Spend your afternoon in one of many interesting museums, Zagreb Cathedral, St.Mark Church, Ban Jelačić Square After finish our visits On the road toward Bled. Rest in hotel, overnight in Bled.

Day 2

Bled – Postojna – Plitvice

After hot buffet breakfast we leave from Bled and head to Postojna. On this day we take you to the biggest and worldwide known Slovenian cave system. The Postojna caves two million years old and 21 km long system of subterranean caves is one of the most easily accessible network of underground caves in the world. We have a tour fantastic subterranean world by miniature electric train. End of day return to hotel, overnight in Plitvice.

Day 3

Plitvice – Trogir – Split

After breakfast, Morning departure to Plitvice National Park, a well-known UNESCO World Heritage Site, and a continuation of the Karst system. 16 crystal blue lakes cascading into 92 spectacular waterfalls. Walk on the wooden promenades with magnificent views of the waters where every turn leads to a breathtaking view and yet another waterfall. Surrounded by dense woods, Plitvice lakes are a natural phenomenon of rare and unique beauty and a highlight of any trip to Croatia.Tour is not finish over yet after Lakes ,we continue to St.Lawrens Cathedral, on the way we will go Trogir and visit Kamerlengo castle(just from outside) .After departure to Split.Return to hotel,overnight in Split.

Day 4

Split – Dubrovnik

After delicious breakfast city tour will begin.Split is “the most beautiful city in the world”, as its citizens proudly proclaim. On arrival embark on a city tour of Split. Sights of interest include the Diocletian’s Palace, Gregorius of Nin, Narodni Square, Marina. After visits departure to Dubrovnik. Overnight in Dubrovnik.

Day 5

Dubrovnik – Kotor – Trebinje

After delicious breakfast tour will start. the pearl of the Adriatic and famous city enlisted as a UNESCO’s World Heritage Site. Dubrovnik was known as the Republic of Ragusa in the Middle Ages and became the only Adriatic city-state to rival Venice. Supported by skilled diplomacy and wealth, the city achieved a remarkable development, particularly during the 15th and 16th centuries. Inside visit to Rector’s Palace and the Franciscan Monastery’s Pharmacy, Bell Tower Clock, Big onofrio fountain, Sponza Palace, after finish out tour on our way to Kotor. Kotor Its name stems from the word Dekatera (from the old Greece katareo meaning Hot). The town was ruled by the Illyrians (III and II century B.C.). On the other hand the Romans are considered to be the founders of Kotor 168 B.C. – 476 A.D. Kotor was under their reign until the break of Roman Empire in 476 A.D. After the Romans, until the year 1185 Kotor was under the reign of Byzantium. We will visit Old town Cathedral of ST.Tryphon, St Ivan Fortress, Byzantine Palaces and Town gates. After out visit back to Trebinje rest in hotel. Overnight in Trebinje.

Day 6

Trebinje – Mostar – Sarajevo

After breakfast we leave from Trebinje,and departure to Mostar. Widely felt to be the prettiest city in Bosnia and Herzegovina Mostar is situated on the Neretva river and is the fifth-largest city in the country. Mostar was named after the bridge keepers (natively: mostari) who kept the Stari Most (Old Bridge) over Neretva river. We will visits of Bishop’s building, the Public Turkish Bath (hammam), the Clock Tower, Karadjoz-Beg Mosque, Orthodox Church, Catholic Church and Franciscan Monastery, Ottoman Residences , Crooked Bridge, Tara and Halebija Towers. Late afternoon we continue to Sarajevo. Sarajevo is one of the most oriental and culturally diverse cities in Europe, and had spent over 300 years under Turkish rule until the Austro-Hungarians arrived in the late nineteenth century. . We will visit Ancient old town,The old town hall,Berusa Bezistan(old bazaar) , Sarajevo city museum, Old coopersmiths at work,Orthdox church , Synagogue ,Roman catholic cathedral, latin bridge .After visit transfer to Airport for flight.

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