From Dubrovnik

From Dubrovnik (40)

Day 1 (Dubrovnik – Korčula)
As you arrive in Dubrovnik, you will be taken to your boat in the local harbor, from where you will start your tour to the island of Korčula. You will cruise along the Croatian shoreline, with spectacular views around you. As you arrive there, you will see The Old Town in Korčula, which is a mini version of Dubrovnik’s Old Town, with its city walls that were built for defense by Venetians, and many gates and towers around it. The Island offers other attractions, from the famous St. Mark’s Cathedral, Strossmayer Square, baroque and gothic churches, to its countryside filled with oak and pine trees. After sightseeing in Korcula’s Old Town, there will be a lunch break, after which you can relax on the boat or enjoy the city’s vibrant life.

Day 2 (Korčula – Mljet)
The second day of your tour continues to the island of Mljet, which is one of the most beautiful and forested islands in the Adriatic, definitely one of the pearls in the Mediterranean Sea. A lovely boat ride to the island will take around 40 minutes after which you will get to Pomena, from where you start your journey. You will enjoy this island of mystique, untouched nature, vineyards, olive trees and rich history that goes back to 4th century B.C. Discover the beautiful National Park, which covers most of the island, two famous salt lakes, Big and Small Lake, a Benedictine Monastery, church of St. Mary, and many fortresses, preserved graves and ruins from ancient times. The Roman Palace that the island holds is the third largest in Croatia, just behind the Arena in Pula and Diocletian’s Palace in Split. Mljet offers many other activities as well, such as hiking, biking, diving, kayaking, which can be done after a lunch break, as you can take some free time in order to experience the island even better.

Day 3 (Mljet - Elafiti)
After the wooden island of Mljet, we continue our journey by visiting the Elaphiti islands. This boat tour of the Elaphiti Islands will definitely be an unforgettable experience. You will be able to enjoy the beauty of crystal clear sea and outstanding views of the Croatian coast from the deck of your boat. The tour starts with the island of Šipan, which is the largest of the three. The island is special for its rich historical heritage, which can be seen in throuh many old churches, villas and countryside, which you will tour through. Some of the sights that you will see when in Šipan are St. Peter’s Church, Church of the Holy Spirit, the castle of family Stijepović-Skočibuha, etc. The next stop on our tour is the island of Lopud, which will amaze with its famous sandy beaches, picturesque landscape, and nice promenades. When on Lopud, you can swim, relax or enjoy the beauty of the island from the shore. It is the perfect getaway from the city’s crowds and noise, as you can relax with sounds of the sea hitting the shore and wind breezing through the trees. Lunch will be served on Lopud, after which we continue to the island of Koločep, where you can wander around and enjoy its breathtaking scenery, cuisine and sea, or enjoy the view from the deck of the boat.

Day 4 (Elafiti – Aman)
Once you finish discovering the beautiful Elaphiti Islands, you will continue your tour to Montenegro. You will go to St. Stefan, a small islet and a luxury resort on the coast of Montenegro, where you can enjoy and relax by having a few drinks on the shore or swim in the crystal-clear sea.

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Day 1 (Mljet)
The first day of your boat tour will be on the island of Mljet, which is one of the most beautiful and forested islands in the Adriatic and definitely one of the pearls in the Mediterranean Sea. A lovely boat ride to the island will take around two and a half hours after which you will get to Pomena, from where you start your journey. You will enjoy this island of mystique, untouched nature, vineyards, olive trees and rich history that goes back to 4th century B.C. Discover the beautiful National Park, which covers most of the island, two famous salt lakes, Big and Small Lake, a Benedictine Monastery, church of St. Mary, and many fortresses, preserved graves and ruins from ancient times. The Roman Palace that the island holds is the third largest in Croatia, just behind the Arena in Pula and Diocletian’s Palace in Split. Mljet offers many other activities as well, such as hiking, biking, diving, kayaking, which can be done after a lunch break, as you can take some free time in order to experience the island even better.

Day 2 (Elafiti)
This boat tour of the Elaphiti Islands will give you an unforgettable experience. You will be able to enjoy the beauty of crystal clear seas and outstanding views, with the highest quality, comfort and service that our boat offers. The tour starts with the island of Šipan, which is the largest of the three. The island is special for its rich historical heritage, which can be seen in the old churches, villas, agriculture and countryside, which you will tour through. Some of the attractions you will definitely want to see when in Šipan are St. Peter church, Church of the Holy Spirit, the castle of family Stijepović-Skočibuha, etc. The next stop on our tour is the island of Lopud, which will amaze you not only with its charming landscape, but also with its famous sandy beaches, where you can swim, relax and enjoy the beauty of the island. It is the perfect getaway from the city’s crowds and noise, as you can relax with sounds of the sea hitting the shore and wind breezing through the trees. Lunch will be served on Lopud, after which we continue to the island of Koločep, where you can wander around and enjoy its breathtaking scenery, cuisine and sea, or enjoy the view from the deck of the boat.

Day 3 (Kotor)
The last day of this tour will be in Montenegro, in the small but gorgeous city of Kotor. The city is on UNESCO’s list of protected cultural heritage and it is surrounded by four-kilometer-long walls. It has a maritime museum, small and big squares, with long winding streets. Being there and seeing it with your eyes is a story that cannot be told. Lunch break will be in Kotor, in a local restaurant where you will taste traditional dishes of the area. After lunch you will have some free time to walk around the city, take pictures and enjoy the city’s culture, filled with good experiences of this tour.

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Our journey starts with a boat ride from Dubrovnik to the beautiful town of Perast, located on the coast of Montenegro. The ride lasts for 3 and a half hours with a 20-minute stop to cross the border, but will definitely leave you mesmerised with views of crystal clear seas and the coast of both Croatia and Montenegro. You will see amazing old stone palaces along the coastline which represent the age when sailors brought riches home from their voyages. When you arrive in Perast, the small and breathtaking coastal city, you will immediately notice its rich maritime history and stonework everywhere you go. The city feels like a mosaic built around baroque buildings of extraordinary beauty, churches and stone houses, which you will experience by walking through the city. A meal will be organized in Perast and you will then continue on your cruise to the beautiful old city at the bottom of the Bay called Kotor. This old Venetian influenced city has a lot to see in regards to its architecture. Kotor is inscribed on the UNESCO’s list of protected cultural heritage. The city is surrounded by four kilometre long walls and it holds a maritime museum, small and big squares, and winding streets. Being there and seeing it with your eyes is a story that cannot be told. After experiencing this amazing city you will again enjoy the boat ride back to Dubrovnik.

The boat tour to the island of Lokrum and Cavtat is simply such a different experience from when going to Lokrum or to Cavtat by car. You get to see the side of the city that cannot be seen when on land. The ride to Lokrum takes about 15 to 20 minutes, after which you can discover the beauties that this island offers. While wandering through the island, you will stumble upon a few attractions, such as an 11th century church and monastery, the castle of Maximilian of Habsburg, the spectacular gardens that surround the buildings, Charlotte’s Well, and many paths that are preserved over the years. The island is breathtaking not only for its nature and ancient buildings, but also for the animals (rabbits and peacocks) that run freely throughout. After spending some time on Lokrum, we continue to the beautiful town of Cavtat while sailing along Dubrovnik’s coast. The small town of Cavtat is located just around 30 minutes from Dubrovnik. It is a picturesque coastal town, mostly known for being the birthplace of the famous painter Vlaho Bukovac, whose house has been turned into a museum with his paintings. Cavtat has many other attractions for you to see such as St. Nicholas Church, the Franciscan monastery and Racic Mausoleum, or you can decide on skipping all of that and after lunch in one of the amazing small family restaurants in Cavtat, take a walk on the pathway by the sea.
The day will end by getting back to your yacht and relaxing on deck until reaching Dubrovnik. Your personal driver will be waiting on the pier and drive you back to your hotel.

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The Island of Korčula is one of the alleged places where the famous explorer Marco Polo was born and one of the biggest islands in the Adriatic Sea. Its location is easily accessible by yacht when coming from Dubrovnik, taking around 3 hours with views of the beautiful villages of Dubrovačko Primorje. The Old Town in Korčula looks like a mini version of Dubrovnik’s Old Town, with its city walls that were built for defense by Venetians and many gates and towers around it. The Island offers many attractions, from the famous St. Mark’s Cathedral, Strossmayer Square, and other baroque and gothic churches, to its countryside filled with oak and pine trees. After sightseeing in Korčula’s Old Town, there will be a lunch break, after which we can continue back to Dubrovnik, sailing along the Elafiti islands. A tour to Korčula Island gives you more than only one island as on our way back we will be stopping on the island of Šipan as well. Take a walk around the old picturesque streets, have a swim or even enjoy a glass of wine whilst soaking up the sunset. After Šipan we will continue our sail back to the port in Dubrovnik where your driver will meet you and drive you to your hotel.

The island of Mljet is one of the most beautiful and forested islands in the Adriatic and definitely one of the pearls in the Mediterranean Sea. A lovely boat ride to the island will take around two and a half hours after which you will get to Pomena, from where you start your journey.
You will enjoy this island of mystique, untouched nature, vineyards, olive trees and rich history that goes back to 4th century B.C. Discover the beautiful National Park, which covers most of the island, two famous salt lakes, Big and Small Lake, a Benedictine Monastery, church of St. Mary, and many fortresses, preserved graves and ruins from ancient times.
The National Park might be Mljet’s main draw, but it’s not the island’s only attraction - the eastern tip of Saplunara is also widely renowned for its sandy beaches, hidden lagoons and natural caves. Most famous is the striking Odysseus cave on the south coast, reached by a 30-metre tunnel from the shore and named after the legendary Greek king who was allegedly shipwrecked here and lived on the island for seven years.
The Roman Palace that the island holds is the third largest in Croatia, just behind the Arena in Pula and Diocletian’s Palace in Split. Mljet offers many other activities as well, such as hiking, biking, diving, kayaking, which can be done after a lunch break, as you can take some free time in order to experience the island even better.

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Discover the beautiful Elaphiti Islands with this full day tour of the three biggest islands, Koločep, Lopud and Šipan. The group of thirteen islands is located to the north-west of Dubrovnik and several of them are inhabited.
This boat tour of the Elaphiti Islands will give you an unforgettable experience. You will be able to enjoy the beauty of crystal clear seas and outstanding views, with the highest quality, comfort and service that our boat offers. The tour starts with the island of Koločep, where you can wander around and enjoy its breathtaking scenery, cuisine and sea, or enjoy the view from the deck of the boat. The next stop on our tour is the island of Lopud, which will amaze you not only with its charming landscape, but also with its famous sandy beaches, where you can swim, relax and enjoy the beauty of the island. It is the perfect getaway from the city’s crowds and noise, as you can relax with sounds of the sea hitting the shore and wind breezing through the trees. Lunch will be served on Lopud, after which we continue to the island of Šipan, which is the largest of the three. The island is special for its rich historical heritage, which can be seen in the old churches, villas, agriculture and countryside, which you will tour through. Some of the attractions you will definitely want to see when in Šipan are St. Peter church, Church of the Holy Spirit, the castle of family Stijepović-Skočibuha, etc. After exploring Šipan, you will head off to the boat, and enjoy your ride back to Dubrovnik.

•    Lunch can also be organized on the island of Šipan and you will have free time to enjoy Šipan and explore on your own, we will tell you where to find wonderful, secret places rich in natural beauty. Enjoy lunch in one of the best local fish restaurant on the island.
•    Lunch can also be organized on the island of Koločep, in a beautiful restaurant on the cliff of the island, with an amazing view of the other islands and open sea. Its location and ambient are magnificent and you will be blown away once you try their specialties.

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Day 1 (Dubrovnik arrival)
As you land in Dubrovnik’s airport, you will be met by your personal driver, who will take you to your hotel. The first day is free for you to settle in and explore the city if you wish.

Day 2 (City Centre & Konvle)
Once you finish with 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. We then continue our trip to Konavle, the area that is mostly known for its silk, but also for its beautiful countryside. Lunch will be enjoyed in Konavle, after which we will head to Atelier, a Konavle traditional silk art shop. You will have the opportunity to experience it in atelier, through demonstrations of traditional sewing that is practiced in Konavle. You will then go back to Dubrovnik to enjoy the city’s atmosphere at night.

Day 3 (Pelješac & Mostar)
After having breakfast in your hotel, you will continue your journey to Ston, exploring the 14th century city with the second largest walls in the world, its attractive gothic centre and salt works. The drive to Ston takes about one hour, through small villages in the Dubrovacko Primorje, surrounded by nature and sea. After a tour of Ston, you will be taken to a pier where you will get into a small boat and try oyster tasting while cruising around the sea. Afterwards you will have a lunch break at the local restaurant to try some of the best traditional dishes that Ston offers. After lunch, you will continue your journey to city of Mostar, with the ride of two hours, through wonderful Bosnian landscape. After you arrive in Mostar, you will be taken to your hotel to settle in, after which you are free to explore the city on your own.

Day 4 (Mostar)
In the morning, after breakfast, you will have your tour of glorious town of Mostar. 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 in a local restaurant, where you will try Bosnian delicacies, after which you have some free time to experience Mostar by walking around the city, through its stone streets and breathe in the history by yourself.

Day 5 (Međugorje & Blagaj)
As you finish with your breakfast, you will continue your journey with city of Međugorje. After around 30 minutes’ drive from Mostar, you will arrive at one of the most famous religious and spiritual spot 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 and experience Međugorje in a spiritual way. After sightseeing, you will have lunch, from where you will continue your journey to Blagaj which is only 40 minutes away. The village-town, is truly an oasis of peace and natural harmony. A place where everyone comes for its remarkable beauty and interesting history, which can be felt with every moment spent there. The outstanding ambience of Buna Well, Dervish monastery and the River Buna is what makes this place so special and which will definitely leave you content. After spending some time in Blagaj, you will head back to Mostar, where you will have some more time to experience the city.

Day 6 (Konjic & Sarajevo)
Early in the morning, after finishing your breakfast, you will meet your driver and continue your trip to Konjic, which is one of the oldest cities in Bosnia. It dates back 4000 years, and it is one of the must see towns when in Bosnia. After around one hour drive you will arrive to the city, where you will have a guided tour of the city. You will see famous Tito’s Atomic Shelter, The Konjic Bridge, and walk by the river Neretva. After sightseeing, you will have a lunch break at one of the local restaurants, after which you will continue your trip to Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia. When you arrive in Sarajevo, after around one hour, you will be taken to the hotel for settling in, after which you can spend the time as you choose.

Day 7 (Belgrade)
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. After sightseeing, you will continue to Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. Since it is a longer ride of around four and a half hours, you will make a stop for lunch break, and for resting from the ride. After arrival in Beograd, you will settle in the hotel, after which you can take some free time to explore the city on your own.

Day 8 (City centre)  
The eighth day, after breakfast, you will have a sightseeing tour where you will discover the Kalemegdan fortress, streets with historical and cultural value to the city, Nikola Pašić Square, the Military History Museum, and many more. After sightseeing there will be lunch at a local restaurant to try ćevapčići with onions, which is a traditional dish in Bosnia, made from grilled minced meat, usually served with onions. Afterwards, you will have free time to explore the city, as you get to know it better by wandering around on your own.

Day 9 (Belgrade - Tivat – airplane)
We suggest taking an airplane to get to Tivat, Montenegro. The flight lasts for 45 minutes, as our driver will take them to the airport. Afterwards, when they land in Tivat, they will be taken to Sv. Stefan, where they will be staying in the resort, and have the rest of the day free to explore and relax in the resort.

Day 10 (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 Sv. Stefan lasts about one hour, 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 Sv. Stefan.

Day 11 (Tirana)
Once you had your breakfast, you will take you luggage and meet your driver in front of the hotel, as you will continue your journey to Tirana, in Albania. Since the ride to Tirana lasts for around 4 hours, you will have a break during the ride. After arriving in the city, you will be taken to the hotel for settling in, after which you will have lunch in one of the local restaurants, to try some of the traditional Albanian dishes. After lunch, you will have free time of your choice, as you can wander around the city on your own, or just relax for the rest of the day.

Day 12 (Skoplje)
After breakfast, you will get ready and meet your driver, and continue your journey to Macedonia, in the capital, Skoplje. The ride to Skoplje takes for around five hours, so you will have a short break during your ride, in order to stretch and rest a little bit. After arriving in the city, you will be taken to your hotel to settle in, after which you will get ready and have lunch at the local hotel, in order to try some of the Macedonian delicacies. After lunch, you can explore the city’s main attractions, such as Skopje Eye Bridge, Skopje Art Bridge, Holocaust Memorial Center, and many more.

Day 13 (Ohrid & Tirana)
In the morning, after breakfast, you will have a full day trip to Ohrid, the eight largest town in Macedonia. The city is highly visited by tourists, and it is three hours far away from the capital. After you arrive in the city, you will have a sightseeing tour of main attractions in Ohrid. You will see St. Jovan of Kaneo Monastery, which is a 13th century church, with distinctive architectural style, St. Clement Church, which is located on Plaosnik Hill, the Ancient Theatre, which is an open-air theatre built around two hundred years B.C. and was used for gladiator battles during Roman times, the Monastery of Sveti Naum and Black Drim Springs, and many more. After sightseeing, you will have lunch at one of the local restaurants, after which you will have some more free time to experience the city on your own, after which you will go back to Tirana.

Day 14 (Tirana – departure)
After breakfast, you can have some free time for enjoying the city, depending on the time of your flight. You will be taken to the airport around two hours before your flight, in order to have enough time to do the check-in, and to find your gate for departure.

Day 1 (Dubrovnik arrival)
Once you land in Dubrovnik’s airport, you will be met by your personal driver, who will take you to your hotel. The first day is free for you to settle in and explore the city if you wish.

Day 2 (City Centre & Konvle)
As you finish with 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. We then continue our trip to Konavle, the area that is mostly known for its silk, but also for its beautiful countryside. Lunch will be enjoyed in Konavle, after which we will head to Atelier, a Konavle traditional silk art shop. You will have the opportunity to experience it in atelier, through demonstrations of traditional sewing that is practiced in Konavle. You will then go back to Dubrovnik to enjoy the city’s atmosphere at night.

Day 3 (Pelješac & Mostar)
After having breakfast in your hotel, you will continue your journey to Ston, exploring the 14th century city with the second largest walls in the world, its attractive gothic centre and salt works. The drive to Ston takes about one hour, through small villages in the Dubrovacko Primorje, surrounded by nature and sea. After a tour of Ston, you will be taken to a pier where you will get into a small boat and try oyster tasting while cruising around the sea. Afterwards you will have a lunch break at the local restaurant to try some of the best traditional dishes that Ston offers. After lunch, you will continue your journey to city of Mostar, with the ride of two hours, through wonderful Bosnian landscape. After you arrive in Mostar, you will be taken to your hotel to settle in, after which you are free to explore the city on your own.

Day 4 (Mostar)
In the morning, after breakfast, you will have your tour of glorious town of Mostar. 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 in a local restaurant, where you will try Bosnian delicacies, after which you have some free time to experience Mostar by walking around the city, through its stone streets and breathe in the history by yourself.

Day 5 (Međugorje & Blagaj)
One you had your breakfast, you will continue your journey with city of Međugorje. After around 30 minutes’ drive from Mostar, you will arrive at one of the most famous religious and spiritual spot 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 and experience Međugorje in a spiritual way. After sightseeing, you will have lunch, from where you will continue your journey to Blagaj which is only 40 minutes away. The village-town, is truly an oasis of peace and natural harmony. A place where everyone comes for its remarkable beauty and interesting history, which can be felt with every moment spent there. The outstanding ambience of Buna Well, Dervish monastery and the River Buna is what makes this place so special and which will definitely leave you content. After spending some time in Blagaj, you will head back to Mostar, where you will have some more time to experience the city.

Day 6 (Konjic & Sarajevo)
Early in the morning, after finishing your breakfast, you will meet your driver and continue your trip to Konjic, which is one of the oldest cities in Bosnia. It dates back 4000 years, and it is one of the must see towns when in Bosnia. After around one hour drive you will arrive to the city, where you will have a guided tour of the city. You will see famous Tito’s Atomic Shelter, The Konjic Bridge, and walk by the river Neretva. After sightseeing, you will have a lunch break at one of the local restaurants, after which you will continue your trip to Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia. When you arrive in Sarajevo, after around one hour, you will be taken to the hotel for settling in, after which you can spend the time as you choose.

Day 7 (Belgrade)
As you finish with 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. After sightseeing, you will continue to Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. Since it is a longer ride of around four and a half hours, you will make a stop for lunch break, and for resting from the ride. After arrival in Beograd, you will settle in the hotel, after which you can take some free time to explore the city on your own.

Day 8 (City center)  
Early in the morning, after breakfast, you will have a sightseeing tour where you will discover the Kalemegdan fortress, streets with historical and cultural value to the city, Nikola Pašić Square, the Military History Museum, and many more. After sightseeing there will be lunch at a local restaurant to try ćevapčići with onions, which is a traditional dish in Bosnia, made from grilled minced meat, usually served with onions. Afterwards, you will have free time to explore the city, as you get to know it better by wandering around on your own.

Day 9 (Skoplje)
The ninth day, after breakfast, you will get ready and meet your driver, and continue your journey to Macedonia, in the capital, Skoplje. The ride to Skoplje takes for around five hours, so you will have a short break during your ride, in order to stretch and rest a little bit. After arriving in the city, you will be taken to your hotel to settle in, after which you will get ready and have lunch at the local hotel, in order to try some of the Macedonian delicacies. After lunch, you can explore the city’s main attractions, such as Skopje Eye Bridge, Skopje Art Bridge, Holocaust Memorial Center, and many more.

Day 10 (Ohrid)
In the morning, after breakfast, you will have a full day trip to Ohrid, the eight largest town in Macedonia. The city is highly visited by tourists, and it is three hours far away from the capital. After you arrive in the city, you will have a sightseeing tour of main attractions in Ohrid. You will see St. Jovan of Kaneo Monastery, which is a 13th century church, with distinctive architectural style, St. Clement Church, which is located on Plaosnik Hill, the Ancient Theatre, which is an open-air theatre built around two hundred years B.C. and was used for gladiator battles during Roman times, the Monastery of Sveti Naum and Black Drim Springs, and many more. After sightseeing, you will have lunch at one of the local restaurants, after which you will have some more free time to experience the city on your own, after which you will go back to Skoplje.

Day 11 (Tirana)
After breakfast, you will take you luggage and meet your driver in front of the hotel, as you will continue your journey to Tirana, in Albania. Since the ride to Tirana lasts for around 5 hours, you will have a break during the ride. After arriving in the city, you will be taken to the hotel for settling in, after which you will have lunch in one of the local restaurants, to try some of the traditional Albanian dishes. After lunch, you will have free time of your choice, as you can wander around the city on your own, or just relax for the rest of the day.

Day 12 (Tirana)
Once you had your breakfast, you will have your morning sightseeing tour of Tirana, where you will see all of its main attractions, such as Skanderbeg Square, Tanner’s Bridge, BunkArt, National History Museum and many more. After sightseeing you will have a lunch break in one of the best restaurants in the city, as after, you will have free time in order to explore the city on your own.

Day 13 (Durres)
Early in the morning, after finishing your breakfast, you will have a full-day trip to the city of Durres. It is a city and a harbour on the coast of Adriatic Sea, and it is special by being one of the oldest cities in Albania. It creates a big value to the history of Albania, by being situated in the Adriatic Sea. After arriving in the city, after around 40 minutes, you will have a sightseeing tour of Durres, after which you will have organized lunch at one of the local restaurants. Afterwards, you can have some free time for sightseeing the city on your own, as later you will go back to Tirana, to spend your last evening there.

Day 14 (Tirana – departure)
After breakfast, you can have some free time for enjoying the city, depending on the time of your flight. You will be taken to the airport around two hours before your flight, in order to have enough time to do the check-in, and to find your gate for departure.

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Day 1 (Dubrovnik – arrival)
As you will arrive at the Dubrovnik airport, your personal driver will wait for you and greet you at the airport, and take you to your hotel. After you settle in, you have free time either relax, or explore and walk through the city on your own.

Day 2 (Srđ & Konavle)
When you finish your breakfast, you will start your day trip at 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, whole of Dubrovnik and its surrounding areas. After Srđ you will continue your trip to Konavle, the area that is mostly known for its production of silk, but also for its beautiful countryside. Production of silk has definitely become part of tradition in Konavle. To complete this tour properly, you will be taken to a tavern where you will try the finest traditional dish for this area, called “peka”, which will surely be the best way to end this experience!

Day 3 (Mostar & Split)
After a drive of about three hours from Dubrovnik, you will arrive at the glorious town of Mostar. 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 in a local restaurant, where you will try Bosnian delicacies, after which you have some free time to experience Mostar by walking around the city, through its stone streets and breathe in the history by yourself. After your free time, we will continue to Split, where after settling in the hotel, you will be free to experience the city on your own, as it offers many things to do in the evening.

Day 4 (Split - Brač - by boat)
Your boat tour starts after breakfast in the hotel, with island of Brač, which is the biggest island in Dalmatia and one of the 3 biggest in the whole of Croatia. It holds many undiscovered beaches and coves, of which the most known is Zlatni Rat in a place called Bol. The beach made it onto the list of 10 most beautiful beaches in the world, which is not a surprise after you see the magnificence that it holds. Brač offers a few small places that are worth seeing, such as Vidova Gora, which is the highest point of the island, the village Bol and many other hidden bays where you can swim and relax. After exploring the island, you will head to a small place called Milna, where you will have lunch, after which you will proceed to Hvar, one of the top 10 beautiful islands in the world, where you will have a lunch break, and from there you will explore the island. Hvar is mostly known for its great night life, but it offers much more than that. When you wander around the island, you will see many attractions, such as Fortica fortress, with its rich history, Arsenal, one of the first European public theatres, the Franciscan monastery, Cathedral, etc. After discovering the island and its history, you will be taken to your accommodation, for you to settle in and rest for the next day.

Day 5 (Hvar - Korčula - by boat)
After having your breakfast, you will continue your boat trip to the island of Korcula. The Island is one of the alleged place where famous explorer Marco Polo was born and one of the biggest islands in the Adriatic Sea. Its location is easily accessible when coming from Dubrovnik, with a ride that takes around 3 hours and 30 minutes by road and sea. The Old Town in Korcula looks like a mini version of Dubrovnik’s Old Town, with its city walls that were built for defence by Venetians and many gates and towers around it. The island offers an abundance of attractions, from the famous St. Mark’s Cathedral, Strossmayer Square, and other baroque and gothic churches, to its land filled with oak and pine trees. After the sightseeing tour of Korcula’s Old Town, there will be a lunch break, after which we can continue to Lumbarda, a small village that is filled with small sandy beaches, where one can relax and swim in the crystal clear sea. As you will be taken to your accommodation, you are free to enjoy the beautiful evening that the island life offers.

Day 6 (Korčula - Mljet & Dubrovnik by boat)
The last day of this trip will be on the island of Mljet, which is one of the most beautiful and green islands in the Adriatic Sea, one of the pearls in the Mediterranean Sea. A lovely boat ride to the island will take about two and a half hours after which you will get to Pomena, from where you start your journey around the island. You will enjoy this island of mystique, unspoilt nature, vineyards, olive trees and rich history that goes back to 4th century B.C. You will discover the beautiful National Park, which covers most of the island, two famous salt lakes, Big and Small Lake, Benedictine Monastery, church of St. Mary, and many fortresses, preserved graves and ruins from ancient times. The Roman Palace that is on the island is the third largest one in Croatia, just behind the Arena in Pula and Diocletian’s Palace in Split. Mljet offers many other activities as well, such as hiking, biking, diving or kayaking. These activities can be tried out after lunch on the island as you will have some free time in order to experience Mljet even better. Later on you continue your pleasant boat ride along the Croatian coast to Dubrovnik.

Day 7 (Dubrovnik – departure)
Depending on the time of departure flight, you will have some free time for exploring the city of Dubrovnik, to walk around the old city, have coffee at the main square, or enjoy the amazing view of beautiful architecture inside of the city. You will be taken to the airport, depending on time of your flight, in order to be there 2 hours before your international flight, as you will have enough time to do the check-in, ad to find your gate for departure, as the airport is quite small, and easy to manage.

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