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Admire the charming medieval cities and extraordinary natural beauty of the Balkans with sightseeing in the historic centers of Zagreb, Dubrovnik, and Split. You’ll also see the vivid emerald green lakes and dramatic waterfalls in the beautiful Plitvice National Park.
Arrival in Zagreb. Transfer to the hotel. Our guide will arrive with the group from Slovenia around lunch time. There will be a sightseeing tour with a local guide. We will have a chance to admire its two hills, the upper town and the new neighborhoods of Croatia’s capital city.
We will leave first thing in the morning to travel to Bosnia. We will have a coffee shop in SLAVONSKIBROD, a border town on the bank of Sava river. Maglaj, a tour of this Bosnian town. Lunchtime. We will resume our trip to Sarajevo, where we will arrive at mid-afternoon. Sightseeing tour with local guide of this highly Turk-influenced city – its musk, madrassas and hectic bazaars. We will also visit the Tunnel of Hope which saved the city during the Serbian siege during the war.
Another exciting stage of scenic beauty. Amidst deep valleys, we travel to Mostar, with its very beautiful historic center and Stone bridge separating the Orthodox, Muslim and Catholic communities. After lunch, we stop in Medjugorje, a place that attracts thousands of Catholic pilgrims. We go on to Kravica, we stop at its magnificent waterfalls before continuing to Croatia. Dubrovnik, arrival at the end of the day (accommodation on the coast near the city). Dinner included.
In the morning we include a panoramic tour of Dubrovnik with a local guide. We are undoubtedly in one of the most beautiful cities of Europe, surrounded by walls, bathed by the Adriatic Sea; its intact historic center is a jewel of world architectural heritage. The tour includes tickets to the Franciscan Monastery with the oldest pharmacy in Europe; Dubrovnik Cathedral and the Sponza Palace. We also include a cable car ride to give us a fantastic view of the city and the neighboring islands. Afternoon free. Return to our hotel at the end of the afternoon. Dinner included.
We will depart in the morning traveling along the Croatian coastline which displays amazing seascapes with islands. Arrival in Split at noon. We include a visit with a local guide and entry into the Diocletian’s Palace. We will tour this immense palace from the Roman period, its labyrinth of streets, and its sea vistas.
We will travel to the interior region of Croatia, going through beautiful hilly landscapes to finally arrive in Plitvice Lakes National Park, which was added to UNESCO World Heritage List. Entry into the park included (with access to the lakes’ boats and train) where you will admire its lakes and waterfalls. You will be able to trek along its trails and take the boats that sail through the waters of these lakes. After lunch, we will travel back to the coast toward the north of Croatia. Opatija, supper included and sojourn in this resort town which offers a charming nightlife. Note: in exceptional circumstances, either for meteorological reasons or tourist density, it may not be possible or advisable to use the train or boat in Plitvice.
Entry into Slovenia. We will travel to Postojna, one of the world’s biggest caves which are partially toured by train. After this, we will visit Bled, a gorgeous postcard town on the shore of a lake in the middle of which there is an islet where the bell tower of a monastery stands out at the foot of a medieval castle. We include a boat trip around Bled’s lake and a visit of the monastery on the islet. We will resume our trip to Slovenia’s capital city, Ljubljana. Arrival and tour with a local guide of Slovenia’s small capital city, a beautiful Central European city. Note: During winter, in order to be able to visit Ljubljana during the daylight hours, this may take place before departure to Maribor.
We will travel to Maribor, Slovenia’s second most important city, highly influenced by Austrian culture, where its cathedral and castle stand out. Afterward, we will go back to Croatia. Arrival in Zagreb around 3.00 pm. Transfer to the Airport. End of the services.
|City||Hotel||No. of Nights|
|Zagreb||Hotel International or Similar||1 Night|
|Sarajevo||Hollywood Hotel or Similar||1 Night|
|Dubrovnik||Valamar Lacroma or Similar||2 Night|
|Split||President Hotel or Similar||1 Night|
|Opatija||Grand Adriatic or Similar||1 Night|
|Ljubjiana||Park Ljubljana-Urban Green or Similar||1 Night|
Visa Country: Croatia
Visa Category: Tourist
a) Personal ITR for last 3 years / Form 16A.
b) Original Bank Statement for last six months with Bank Seal and Sign.
c) Salary slips for last three months.
d) Credit Card copy/Foreign Exchange endorsement/Traveler’s Cheque.
e) Record of ownership of real estate, share certificates, deposits, investments.