Split, Trogir, Primosten, Krka, Dubrovnik
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Our Adriatic adventure explores one most beautiful regions in this corner of Europe, traveling through breathtaking landscapes and fairy-tale sceneries.
Arrival in Split, and exploring the massive palace built by the 4th-century Roman emperor Diocletian as his retirement home which is also on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. We shall see Jupiter’s Temple, the Peristyle, and the Cathedral as well as Split’s many Renaissance and Gothic structures. 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. The afternoon is free for independent activities or to take an optional tour to Trogir, originally founded as a Greek colony in the 3rd century B.C. Here we can walk along the marble-covered streets to see the portal of the St. Lawrence’s Cathedral.
After breakfast, departure for Trogir, a picturesque medieval town. On the way, we shall make a short stop at Primošten. Visit the River Krka, with its unforgettable Skradinski Buk, mills, and stamping mills, which are of exceptional culturally historical importance. Due to its specific position and various types of habitats, the region of the Krka River is distinguished by an exceptional wealth of flora and fauna, ranking it among the most valuable natural regions in Croatia and Europe. Return to the hotel in Split in the late afternoon. Dinner and overnight in the hotel.
After breakfast departure for Mostar. Upon arrival in Mostar, a town situated in the valley of the River Neretva. Sightseeing of Mostar – The Old Bridge area, with its pre-Ottoman, eastern Ottoman, Mediterranean, and western European architectural features as an outstanding example of a multicultural urban settlement. Visit the Mosque and Turkish House. Check-in the hotel in Mostar and enjoy free time before dinner.
After breakfast, a full-day excursion, visiting Medjugorje (since the Virgin Mary appeared to six children on a hillside in 1981, the
small town of Medugorje has become one of the most significant and meaningful sites for pilgrimage in Europe). Afternoon return to Mostar for dinner and overnight.
After breakfast departure for Dubrovnik (the drive takes about 3 hours), on the way to Dubrovnik; stop at Počitelj (built under the fortress in the oriental style, and as such is completely in the function of tourism and cultural events). Sightseeing tour of Dubrovnik, a city of unique cultural and political history, worldly famous for its historical heritage and beauty. Sightseeing tour includes a visit to Old Town of Dubrovnik which is also called a museum in the open air. The Franciscan and Dominican Monastery, Cathedral, Rector’s Palace, Stradun (Plaza), city walls, and the church of St. Blaise and Synagogue will be among the most interesting
sights. Afternoon free at leisure to explore the narrow cobbled streets of this old city on your own.
After breakfast a full-day excursion to Montenegro (Budva and Kotor). The cultural richness of Kotor has become priceless by some significant cultural monuments like Watch Tower, Saint Tryphon’s Cathedral, Church of St. Luke, Prince’s Palace, Church of Saint
Maria, Church of Our Lady of Health and Napoleon’s Theatre. Return to Dubrovnik in the late afternoon.
After breakfast departure for the Split airport.
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