Day 1 (Dubrovnik – arrival)
You will be greeted in Dubrovnik’s airport by your personal driver, who is going to take you to your hotel. The first day is at your own choice, as you will settle in, and explore the city, or have a drink in the city’s center on your own.
Day 2 (City Centre, Cavtat & Srđ)
Once you had breakfast at your hotel, you will start your tour around the city. Dubrovnik, the Pearl of the Adriatic Sea, has many attractions to offer in its Old Town. You will walk around the city, walk on the city walls, see the pharmacy that is one of the oldest in Europe, the Rector’s Palace, Sponza Palace, the Church of St. Blaise and many more. Your guide will walk you through the city and tell you about its magnificent history. After sightseeing in Dubrovnik, you will have a lunch break at a local restaurant, from where you continue your trip to the beautiful town of Cavtat, which is located just around 30 minutes from Dubrovnik. This small picturesque coastal town is mostly known for being the birthplace of the famous painter Vlaho Bukovac, whose house is turned into museum with his paintings and valuable collection of work. Cavtat has many other attractions for you to see, such as St. Nicholas church, Franciscan monastery and Racic Mausoleum, etc. After sightseeing in Cavtat, we continue to the top of the hill Srđ, where you will see the military Imperial Fort, built in the 19th century, during the Napoleonic Wars. Now the Fort is the Museum of the Croatian War for Independence, where you can see testimonies and leftovers from the civil war. On the other side, you will go to a viewing point, from where you will have the most incredible panoramic view of the Old Town, the whole of Dubrovnik and its surrounding areas.
Day 3 (Perast & Kotor)
Early in the morning, after breakfast, you will continue your trip to Montenegro, which starts with the beautiful town Perast, located on the coast. The drive from Dubrovnik lasts about two and a half hours but will surely feel less when driving through and looking at the beautiful Montenegrin coastline. When you arrive in Perast, the small and breathtaking coastal city, you will see its rich maritime history and stonework everywhere you go. The city feels like a mosaic, it is built around baroque buildings of extraordinary beauty, which you will experience by walking through the city. After sightseeing in Perast, you will continue your journey to Kotor, a city that is inscribed on UNESCO’s list of protected cultural heritage. It is surrounded by 4 kilometre long walls and it has a maritime museum, small and big squares, and winding streets. Being there and seeing it with your own eyes is a story that cannot be told. Lunch break will be in Kotor, in a local restaurant where you will taste traditional dishes. After lunch you will have some free time to walk around the city, take some pictures and enjoy the city’s culture, after which you will go back to Dubrovnik, to have a last look in the city, since it is your final day there.
Day 4 (Međugorje, Mostar & Sarajevo)
After the breakfast in the hotel, you will start your tour with Međugorje. A two and a half hours’ drive will bring you to one of the most famous religious and spiritual places in the world. Međugorje became one of the must see destination for the Catholic world after the apparition of the Virgin Mary in 1981. You will have enough time to discover all of the sacred places such as Apparition Hill, St. James Church, Cross Mountain, Via Domini, etc. After sightseeing, you will have lunch, from where you will continue your journey to Mostar. The drive to Mostar takes around 30 minutes, through the beautiful Bosnian landscape. The city has an amazingly rich history holding so many religions and cultures together, which you will experience through the many sights there. The city is also known for its two sides, which are separated by the Neretva River and connected by the famous Mostar Bridge. Besides the bridge, which is the town’s main landmark, there are more fascinating sights, such as the Mosque of Mostar, Kajtaz House, Crooked Bridge, Hammam Museum and many other places that are worth your attention. After sightseeing in Mostar, you will continue to Sarajevo, with around two and a half of hours’ driving through picturesque villages and beautiful countryside.
Day 5 (Sarajevo)
The fifth day of your trip you will have morning tour of the city. Sarajevo, being the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina is definitely worth seeing and learning about its rich history. Sarajevo has many attractions for you to visit such as Gazi Husrev-beg Mosque, Latin Bridge, Memorial Cemetery, Sarajevo Town Hall, etc. Also, in order to learn its history even better, you should take the Tunnel of life tour, which will leave a huge impact on you and give you a good understanding of the of the bravery and love shown throughout the community in this heroic city during the war. You will also have the opportunity to try many traditional Bosnian dishes at lunch, after which you can wander around the city on your own.
Day 6 (Split)
As you had your breakfast, you will get ready and meet your driver in front of the hotel, from where you will head to Split. Since the drive to Split is around four hours long, you will have a short break halfway, before the Croatian border. When you arrive in Split, you will be taken to the hotel to settle in and get ready for the rest of the day. After an hour, you will be taken to a local restaurant, to taste delicious Dalmatian cuisine, after which you will have a tour of Split. The tour will be around the old part of the city where you will see many attractions, like the Diocletian’s Palace, cathedral of St. Domnius, the Ivan Mestrovic Gallery, the People’s Square and many more. After sightseeing in Split, you will have free time to explore the city’s streets and experience its vibrant life.
Day 7 (Split – departure)
The last day of this tour will be free time in Split until the time of your departure. You will be taken to the airport by your driver around two hours before your international flight to have enough time to check-in.