Through the hillside to the sea…

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Day 1 (Zagreb – arrival)
You will arrive to Zagreb’s airport, where you will be welcomed by your personal driver, and taken to your hotel. First day will be reserved at leisure to settle, and have some free time to explore the city of Zagreb on your own.

Day 2 (City Centre & Veliki Tabor)
Once you had your breakfast, you will meet your driver and your morning tour of Zagreb will begin. You will start at Ban Jelacic Square, from which you will walk up Tkalciceva Street, all the way to the Cathedral, St. Mark’s Church and Stone Gates. These mesmerizing architectural wonders show the best of this beautiful city’s culture and history. After exploring the Upper and Lower Town, you will have a lunch break from where you will continue the tour to Veliki Tabor, which is a 15th century fortress in Zagorje. It is one of the most important cultural and historical monuments in Croatia. It dominates with its location on top of the Hum Kosnicki, 333 meters above sea level. It is an impressive sight and makes a unique picture that will leave no one indifferent. After exploring Veliki Tabor, you will head back to Zagreb.  

Day 3 (Banja Luka & Sarajevo)
In the morning, after breakfast, you will bring your suitcases to your driver and continue this tour into Bosnia and Herzegovina. Your first stop will be after two and a half hours in Banja Luka, the second biggest city in Bosnia. Banja Luka is also the regional capital of the Serb-governed part of the country and a cultural centre of Bosnia. It has many attractions to offer such as the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, the architectural icon of the city, Banski Dvor Cultural Centre, Kastel Fortress, The River Vrbas that flows throughout the city and many more. After a lunch break in a traditional local restaurant, you will continue your trip to Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina. When you arrive there, you will be taken to your hotel to settle in, after which you can spend the time as you choose.

Day 4 (Sarajevo)
After breakfast in the hotel, we will start our 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 give you a better understanding 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 5 (Mostar & Kravice Waterfalls, Dubrovnik)
In the morning, after breakfast, you will continue your journey to Mostar. The drive takes around two hours through the beautiful Bosnian countryside. 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, there will be a lunch break and then you will have a short stop at Kravice Waterfalls, to see this beautiful place of nature. After the first part of this day trip, being away from the city will definitely feel great, while you enjoy the view, have a picnic or go for a rope swing. You will then continue to Dubrovnik, your last stop on the tour.

Day 6 (Dubrovnik – sightseeing)
After 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, after which you can wander around the city on your own.

Day 7 (Dubrovnik – departure)
The last day of this tour will be at leisure for you to have some free time in Dubrovnik, till the time of departure of your flight. You will be taken to the airport by your driver around 2 hours before your international flight, to have enough time to do the check-in. Dubrovnik’s airport is small, and it is easy to find each gate, since there are only a couple of them.

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