Belgrade, Novi Sad
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Dubrovnik, Split, Trogir, Zadar, Zagreb
An enchanting journey through space as well as time, from historically charged capitals to the sun-soaked Adriatic Coast and so much more in between.
Arrival in Belgrade, the capital of ex-Yougoslavia and the present capital of Serbia. Dinner is scheduled in one of the local restaurants in the Bohemian part of Belgrade, Skadarlija.
This morning starts with the sightseeing of Belgrade, and its main attractions including the imposing Kalemegdan Fortress, dramatically situated at the joining of the Sava and Danube rivers, Square of the Republic and Knez Mihajlova Street, Saint Sava
Temple, the largest Orthodox Church in the city and Tito’s Memorial. In the afternoon, we proceed to the northwest for Novi Sad,
the second largest city of Serbia. Novi Sad is situated on the River Danube which is its richest treasury. Besides the very attractive
Petrovaradin Fortress, which dominates the town, there are also beautiful buildings of the University and National Theatre. Dinner and overnight in the hotel.
After breakfast we depart for Novi Sad and drive into the wildly beautiful mountain country of Bosnia and Herzegovina. In the afternoon arrival in Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, a real crossroad of nations and cultures. Mosques, synagogues, Orthodox and Roman Catholic churches have been built during hundred of years and have stood side by side in a unique multicultural tolerance. Check in the hotel in Sarajevo and enjoy free time before dinner in the hotel.
The day starts with walking sightseeing of this half-oriental city including visit to the old oriental quarter Bascarsija with its mosques and small workshops. Later on we proceed with the panoramic visit of the rest of the city and at the end we visit the War Tunnel,
through which Sarajevo had the only connection with the outside world during its siege. The tour continuous towards Mostar, a town situated in the valley of the River Neretva. It is known for its famous Old Stone Bridge from the 16th century with the unique
arch. Accommodation in the hotel, dinner and overnight.
After breakfast, departure for Dubrovnik, a well-preserved medieval town with its imposing city walls. Among the highlights are the Rector’s Palace, Franciscan Monastery, which houses one of the oldest pharmacies in Europe. Afternoon free at leisure to explore the narrow cobbled streets on your own.
In the morning departure for Split. Upon arrival in Split, a guided city tour of Diocletian’s Palace, which is under UNESCO’s protection, its cellars, the Cathedral of St. Domnius and the Peristyle. Over time the city has encroached into the corners and crannies of the palace; shopkeepers and tiny restaurants now make their home within its massive walls. Check in the hotel in Split and enjoy free time before dinner.
After breakfast, we head North along the Dalmatian coast to Trogir, originally founded as a Greek colony in the 3rd century BC. Here we walk along the marble-covered streets to see the portal of the St. Lawrence Cathedral. Then it’s on to Zadar with a short stop in Šibenik on the way. Dinner and overnight at the hotel in Zadar.
Morning sightseeing tour of Zadar including the Roman Forum and St. Donatus Church, a magnificent monument of Romanesque Architecture. Departure to Zagreb, the capital of Croatia. Check in your tour hotel in Zagreb and enjoy sightseeing tour of Zagreb on which we explore Gornji Grad (Upper Town), the well-preserved historical core of the city, see St. Mark’s Church, the Parliament, the Government Palace and visit the Cathedral
Morning free until transfer to the airport in Zagreb for the flight home.
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