From Zagreb

From Zagreb (22)

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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Day 1 (Zagreb – arrival)
You will be met at Zagreb airport by your personal driver and taken to your hotel. This first day will be free for you to get settled and explore the city by yourself.

Day 2 (City Centre & Samobor)
Once you had breakfast, you will meet your driver in front of the hotel, and your morning tour of Zagreb will begin. You will start at Ban Jelacic Square, from where 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 lunch in a city restaurant and then continue to the small medieval city of Samobor, which is just 45 minutes from Zagreb. As well as all of the historical attractions that Samobor offers, it is the beautiful landscape, parks and countryside that surround the city which makes it so special and attractive. While there, you have to try some of their specialties, including the famous vanilla cream cake which is called “kremšnita”, because if you don’t, you will miss out on having the full Samobor experience!

Day 3 (Trakošćan Castle)
Third day of your tour, as you had breakfast in your hotel, you will start your journey to the Croatian Hinterland. You will visit the glorious castle of Trakošćan, which is just one hour away from Zagreb, driving through green hills, picturesque landscapes, passing fairy tale castles and vineyards. Trakošćan castle is situated at the top of a hill and it is one of the most beautiful in Croatia. Outside the castle, you can take a nice walk by the lake and enjoy the beautiful landscape which surrounds the castle. After exploring the castle, you will go into the city of Trakošćan where you will have a lunch break, after which you will head back to Zagreb to have some more free time exploring the city on your own.

Day 4 (Pazin & Rovinj)
As you had breakfast in the hotel, and finish packing, you will pick up your suitcases and begin your journey to Istria. After two and a half hours’ drive, you will arrive in the city of Pazin, the administrative centre of Istria. At the start of the tour, you can see the 11th century castle connected to the city’s Ethnographic museum and Pazin City Museum, followed by the city’s main attraction which is Pazin Cave. This cave is hundreds of metres underneath the castle and is a mesmerizing spectacular work of nature. After exploring the cave, you will have a lunch break in a local restaurant. You will then have a one-time opportunity for all of those adrenaline lovers and go on an adventure taking a ride on a zip-line just above the Pazin Cave. This will be the perfect ending to this full day tour, as you will leave the city with good memories and continue your drive to Rovinj where you will have time for a nice walk along the promenade.

Day 5 (Plitvice lakes & Zadar)
Early in the morning, after breakfast, you will continue your tour south to the Plitvice National Park, three hours’ drive from Rovinj. The Plitvice Lakes present a unique cultural and natural value not only in Croatia but around the world. It earned its spot on the UNESCO’s list of World Heritage places with its remarkable beauty. You can walk through the forest beside lakes and see waterfalls by the river. Plitvice lakes are constantly evolving, as the water changes course and makes new picturesque images. While in Plitvice, you will be able to try some delicious local food, as you will have lunch there, after which you will continue your drive to Zadar, where you can have a drink on the beach by the sea or explore the city on your own.

Day 6 (Krka National Park & Split)
After breakfast in your hotel in Zadar, you will continue to your last stop of this tour, the city of Split. While driving to Split you will have two stops, first the beautiful Krka National Park, after an hour and a half of driving. Exploring this National Park will be a one-time opportunity to get away from busy city life and spend a perfect day surrounded by the protected and untouched nature of Krka National Park. Inside the park, you have the option to have a guided tour of the park or walk freely by yourself. After you are finished exploring the park, you will head back to the car and continue to the small town of Skradin. Here you will have your lunch break and afterwards a sightseeing tour of this romantic city with such a rich history. Finally you will head to Split and after settling in, you can walk along the promenade by the sea.

Day 7 (Split - departure)
The last day of your tour is free to explore the city of Split on your own, depending on how much time you have before your flight. Your personal driver will take you to the airport around two hours before the departure of you international flight.

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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 for you to settle in, and have some free time to explore the city of Zagreb on your own.

Day 2 (Trakošćan Castle & Varaždin)
Once you had your breakfast, you will meet your driver and start the journey to the Croatian Hinterland. You will visit the glorious castle of Trakošćan, which is just an hour from Zagreb, driving through green hills, picturesque landscapes, passing fairy tale castles and vineyards. Trakošćan castle is situated at the top of a hill and it is one of the most beautiful in Croatia. Outside the castle, you can take a nice walk by the lake and enjoy the beautiful landscape in which the castle is surrounded. After exploring the castle, you will go into the city of Trakošćan, where you will have a lunch break, and then we will continue the trip to Varaždin, which is one of the most beautiful and oldest cities in Croatia. As well as being the previous capital city of Croatia, Varaždin has an illustrious architecture which you will see during your walking tour. You will be able to hear the amazing stories about the city, as you walk by the Cathedral of the Assumption, the Monastery of St. John the Baptist and Varaždin Town Hall. Finish this tour with some free time just to wander around the city’s street, after which you will head back to Zagreb.

Day 3 (Opatija & Rovinj)
On the third day of your tour, as you finish breakfast and packing, take your suitcases and meet your driver to continue your journey to Istria. Your first stop after two hours will be Opatija, a favorite destination for many tourists. Opatija’s architecture and buildings are like nowhere else, a beautiful symphony of renaissance, baroque, classicism, gothic and many more. You will enjoy seeing many of the attraction that Opatija offers, such as Hotel Kvarner and Hotel Imperial, which were the first two hotels on the Adriatic, as well as Madonna Del Mare, Maiden with the seagull and much more. After sightseeing, you will have a lunch break at a local restaurant, from where we will go to Rovinj, your home for the next few days. When you arrive in Rovinj you will have free time to spend relaxing or exploring the city on your own.

Day 4 (Poreč)
After having breakfast, you will meet your driver and continue your trip to another beautiful city in Istria, Poreč. With a picturesque location alongside the Adriatic Sea and a church that is listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, the ancient town Poreč has become a destination that is highly popular among tourists. Even though the city is quite small, it has rich history which you will see in the ancient Roman buildings. The drive from Rovinj takes around 50 minutes. Whilst there, you will be able to visit many famous sights, such as a Roman house, the Istrian Assembly Hall, Roman Forum and the most significant historical monument, the 5th century Euphrasian Basilica. You will have lunch at a local restaurant and taste some of the traditional Istrian dishes. The rest of the day is free for you to explore the city, after which you will go back to Rovinj.

Day 5 (Portorož, Piran & Koper)
Today’s day tour will be of three Slovenian small cities. It will start with the city of Portorož, the cultural centre of the Slovenian coast, which you will head to after breakfast in your hotel. The ride to Portorož takes about an hour and a half, as you will cross the border into Slovenia. The city is a perfect getaway from big crowded towns, where you can relax and escape the city’s stress by enjoying time near the sea. The next destination, just 10 minutes from Portorož, is Piran, another small city with such a rich history, which you will find out during your sightseeing tour. A few of the most interesting places you will see during your tour are Tartini Square, St. Peter church, the Franciscan monastery, Church of Our Lady of Heart, etc. After sightseeing in Piran, you will have a lunch break in a local restaurant, from which you will continue to Koper, a small harbour city on the coast. You will visit all of its attractions and hear about the city’s stories and legends. You will see Muda Gate, Šavrinke and the Lion caste, Prešeren Square, Tito Square, etc.  When you finish exploring the city and its attractions, you will go back to Rovinj, where you can wander around the city or drink a cocktail by the sea.

Day 6 (Lake Bled)
Early in the morning, after breakfast, you will meet your driver in front of the hotel and start your trip to Slovenia. Your stop after around 3 hours will be Lake Bled, which is one of the main landmarks and places of outstanding beauty in Slovenia. With an island in the middle of the lake and mountains surrounding it from every side, it looks like it’s from a fairytale. After a relaxed walk around the lake, you will have lunch in a local restaurant with traditional Slovenian dishes. You will then return to Rovinj, where you can have some more time exploring the city on your own.

Day 7 (Venice – departure)
On the last day of your trip you will be taken to Venice, from where your departure flight will be. After a small sightseeing tour, you will be taken by your driver to the local airport around two hours before your flight.

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Day 1 (Zagreb – arrival)
You will be met at Zagreb airport by your personal driver and taken to your hotel. This first day will be free for you to get settled and explore the city by yourself.

Day 2 (City Centre & Medvednica)
Once you finish with your breakfast, your morning tour of Zagreb will begin. You will begin your toru from Ban Jelacic Square, and finish it all the way on the Upper Town to see the Cathedral, St. Mark’s Church and Stone Gates and then all the way back to the Lower Town and see its attractions. After exploring the Upper and Lower Town, you will have a lunch break, from where you will continue the tour to Medvednica, which is a mountain outside the city of Zagreb and one of the most popular places where people go hiking, walking, bike rides, skiing, etc. At the top of the mountain is Sljeme, the place where people go to avoid the hustle and bustle from the Croatian capital. During winter, the most famous ski race “Snjezna Kraljica” is held here every year. While exploring Medvednica, you can visit Veternica cave, Medvedgrad, which is a castle built for the protection of the citizens, the Zrinski mine or you can enjoy delicious food that the restaurants on top of the mountain can offer. After enjoying some time in the countryside, you will head back to the city, where you can wander around the streets of Zagreb and discover the city on your own.

Day 3 (Trakošćan castle & Kumrovec)
Early in the morning, you will have a tour of the Croatian hinterland. First, you will visit the glorious castle of Trakošćan, which is an hour and a half far away from Zagreb, through green hills, picturesque landscapes, passing fairy tale castles and vineyards. Trakošćan castle is situated at the top of a hill and it is one of the most beautiful in Croatia. Outside the castle, you can take a nice walk through the park by the lake and enjoy the scenery. After sightseeing, you will continue to the small city of Kumrovec, surrounded with ruins of Cesargrad and forest slopes near the river Sutla. The most famous village in the world, as their locals like to call it, is the “Staro selo”, which is a unique open-air museum and has original, preserved country houses from the 19th century. Visitors are able to experience the lifestyle that was traditional for 19th century people in that part of Croatia, such as country weddings, craftsmanship, carpentry craft, pottery, etc. After a lunch break in Kumrovec, you will be taken back to Zagreb, so you can enjoy the city’s atmosphere as it is your last day there.

Day 4 (Opatija & Rovinj)
After breakfast, take your suitcases to your driver and continue your journey to Istria. Your first stop after two hours will be Opatija, a favorite destination for many tourists. Opatija’s architecture and buildings are like nowhere else, a beautiful symphony of renaissance, baroque, classicism, gothic and many more. You will enjoy seeing many the attraction that Opatija offers, such as Hotel Kvarner and Hotel Imperial, which were the first two hotels on the Adriatic, as well as Madonna Del Mare, Maiden with the seagull and much more. After sightseeing, you will have a lunch break at a local restaurant, from where we will go to Rovinj, your home for the next few days. When you arrive in Rovinj you will have free time to spend relaxing or exploring the city on your own.

Day 5 (Hum & Motovun)
Early in the morning, after breakfast, you will start your trip with city of Hum, the smallest city in the world. After an hour’s drive, you will have the opportunity to discover beautiful streets made out of stone, squares and huge city walls that are part of the rich historical heritage of the city. The “Aleja Glagoljasa” is the long path connecting Hum and Roc. Famous for the monuments that are dedicated to the old Croatian letter “Glagoljica”, visit Hum’s Fresca’s based in the Roman chapel of St. Jerolim and taste the home-made brandy “Humska biska”. After seeing all of its attractions, you will continue to Motovun, a small medieval city that is situated on a hill, approximately 270 meters above sea level, with houses that are dispersed all around it. Motovun is surrounded by solid walls, which are used as a path for walking and a perfect viewing spot. The city has remarkable architecture which dates back to Roman, Renaissance and Gothic times. Some of the main sights that you have to see in Motovun are the Church of Virgin Mary of Gates, Polesini Palace, The City Doors and more. After a lunch break in Motovun, you will be able to freely wander around the city, to soak up the history, beautiful monuments and the unique image that the city has. After that, you will head back to Rovinj where you can wander around the city on your own.

Day 6 (Pula & Karojba)
When you finish breakfast, you will start your journey to the city of Pula. After about an hour’s drive you will arrive in the city that holds the sixth largest Roman amphitheatre in the world. Pula is an ancient city, which has many remains from the Roman Empire, such as the amphitheatre, the Golden Gate, the Forum Romanum, St. Mary Formoza’s chapel and many more. While discovering these spectacular Roman buildings, you will learn about the history of this ancient city. After the first part of the sightseeing tour, you will have a lunch break, then your tour around the city continues and you will see more Roman heritage remains. You will then continue your tour to Karojba, which is just one hour’s drive from Pula. Karojba is a small municipality in Istria and as it is the perfect place for taking a break. Here you can relax and walk around. After which we will go back to Rovinj, so you can enjoy the city as it is your last night.

Day 7 (Ljubljana – departure)
On the last day you will be taken to Ljubljana, from where you will have your flight. The time of departure will be set so you will be at the airport around 2 hours before your international flight and you will have enough time for check-in.

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Day 1 (Zagreb – arrival)
As you land at Zagreb airport, you will be met by your personal driver and taken to your hotel. The first day will be to settle and experience the beautiful city of Zagreb on your own.

Day 2 (City Centre & Mirogoj)
Once you had your breakfast, you will meet your driver and your morning tour of Zagreb will begin. You will start from Ban Jelacic Square, and will walk all the way to the Cathedral, St. Mark’s Church and Stone Gates. Through these mesmerising buildings you will see Zagreb’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 Mirogoj, the most beautiful cemetery in Europe. The cemetery is also a park, so you can walk through it and see all of the monuments and statues of famous people buried there. When the tour is finished, you are more than welcome to take some free time and explore the city of Zagreb on your own.

Day 3 (Veliki Tabor & Grešna Gorica)
After breakfast in your hotel, you will head to the Croatian hinterland, with the first stop after a drive of about an hour and a half, in Veliki Tabor which is a 15th century fortress in Zagorje. It is one of the most important cultural and historical monuments of Croatia. It dominates in 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 seeing the fortress, you will continue to Grešna Gorica, just 5 minutes away from the fortress. It is a family run rural tourism business which started in 1996. They collected old objects which are typical for country living to give a rustic atmosphere in their restaurant. Tasting traditional dishes and local wines and beverages, whilst being surrounded by vineyards and meadows, you will surely have the feeling of being somewhere in medieval times. After this exciting trip, you will head back to Zagreb and can have some free time exploring the city on your own.

Day 4 (Trakošćan Castle, Kumrovec & Varaždin)
Early in the morning, you will have a tour of the other cities in the Croatian Hinterland. First, you will visit the glorious castle of Trakošćan, which is an hour and a half far away from Zagreb, through green hills, picturesque landscapes, passing fairy tale castles and vineyards. Trakošćan castle is situated at the top of a hill and it is one of the most beautiful in Croatia, as you will see when you arrive. Outside the castle, you can take a nice walk through the park by the lake and enjoy the scenery. After sightseeing, you will continue to the small city of Kumrovec, surrounded with ruins of Cesargrad and forest slopes near the river Sutla, which has a memorial statue for the Croatian National Anthem “Lijepa Naša”. The most famous village in the world, as their locals like to call it, is the “Staro selo”, which is a unique open-air museum and has original, preserved country houses from the 19th century. Visitors are able to experience the lifestyle that was traditional for 19th century people in that part of Croatia, such as country weddings, craftsmanship, carpentry craft, pottery, etc. After a lunch break in Kumrovec, you will continue your tour to Varaždin, which is one of the most beautiful and oldest cities in Croatia. As well as being the previous capital city of Croatia and rich in cultural heritage, Varaždin has illustrious architecture which you will experience and see during your walking tour. You will hear the amazing stories about the city, as you walk by the Cathedral of the Assumption, the Monastery of St. John the Baptist and the Varaždin Town Hall. There will be some free time just to wander around the city’s street, after which you will head back to Zagreb.

Day 5 (Plitvice)
Early in the morning, after having breakfast, you will continue your tour south, visiting the Plitvice National Park, located in the heart of Croatia, two hours’ drive from Zagreb. The Plitvice Lakes present a unique cultural and natural value not only in Croatia but around the world. It earned its spot on the UNESCO’s list of World Heritage places with its remarkable beauty. You can walk through the forests, besides lakes and see waterfalls by the rivers. Plitvice lakes are constantly evolving, as the water changes course and makes new picturesque images. While in Plitvice, you will be able to try some delicious local food, as you will have lunch there, after which you will continue to Zagreb. When you arrive at the hotel, you have free time for your own exploration of the city.

Day 6 (Lake Bled & Ljubljana)
As you had your breakfast, you will meet your driver in front of the hotel and start your trip to Slovenia. After around two and a half hours’ drive, your first stop will be at Lake Bled, which is one of the main landmarks and places of outstanding beauty in Slovenia. With an island in the middle of the lake and mountains surrounding it from every side, it looks like it’s from a fairy tale. After a relaxed walk around the lake, you will have a lunch break and then continue your trip to Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia, with a short drive of 50 minutes. When you arrive in Ljubljana, you will be taken to your hotel, after which you will have free time.

Day 7 (Ljubljana – departure)
The last day of this tour will be at leisure for you to have some free time in Ljubljana, depending on how much time you will have before departure of your flight. You will be taken to the airport by your driver around 2 hours before your international flight, as you will have enough time for check-in and finding your gate for departure, as airport in Ljubljana is quite small, so you will not have any trouble finding your way.

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Day 1 (Zagreb – arrival)
When you land at Zagreb airport, your personal driver will meet you and take you to your hotel. After you settle in the hotel, you can explore the city on your own, as this day is free for you to relax and prepare for following week.

Day 2 (City Centre & Osijek)
In the morning, after breakfast, you will meet your driver and start your morning tour of Zagreb. You will begin by discovering the Upper Town 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. You will be captivated by these architectural wonders, through which you will get to know the culture and history of this beautiful city. After exploring the Upper Town you will go to the Lower Town and see the magnificent parks. There will then be a lunch break at one of the best restaurants in Zagreb to try some traditional dishes. After lunch, you will continue your trip to Slavonia and its beautiful city of Osijek. The drive to Osijek takes about two and a half hours, through the entrancing countryside of Slavonia with high mountains, green fields and forests. When you arrive in the hotel, you will have free time to settle in and to sightsee around the city on your own, getting a small picture of the attractions that Osijek has to offer.

Day 3 (City Centre & Kopački Rit)
After breakfast, you will meet your driver and start your tour of Osijek, which is the 4th biggest city in Croatia. The tour will take you around Osijek’s main attractions, such as the Museum of Slavonia, the Fortress of Osijek, Cathedral of St. Peter, King Tomislav Park and a walk along the Drava River Promenade. After the tour, you can again walk along the promenade or have drinks by the river Drava and enjoy the view of the city. Then there will be a lunch break where you can try some of the best traditional Slavonian dishes. Afterwards you will visit the nature park Kopački Rit. It is a swampland home to thousands of animals, especially birds and one of the biggest in Europe. You can wander around this magnificent area, watch birds and many other animals as they walk freely through the woods. Or you can have more sporting day with rafting in the river or biking through the countryside. After enjoying this afternoon outdoors, you will go back to the city of Osijek and experience the city’s nightlife.

Day 4 (Vukovar)
Early in the morning, after breakfast, you will continue your Slavonian trip and visit the city of Vukovar. It is 40 minutes away from Osijek and it is known as the city that was destroyed the most during the Civil War. The city as it is today is completely different than before, since most of the buildings were damaged. During your tour of Vukovar, you will see the Vučedol Culture Museum, Castle Eltz and Vukovar Hospital, where you will see a multimedia projection of the tragic events during the Civil War and the Water Tower, which became the symbol of suffering in Vukovar. There will then be time for a lunch break. Afterwards you will visit Ovčara Memorial, which is the building where victims of the war were tortured. Inside the Memorial, you will see pictures of victims and will learn of the events that happened here. You will then return to Osijek where you can rest and relax with a couple of drinks in the city centre, to be fresh for the next day.

Day 5 (Vinkovci & Đakovo)
Once you had your breakfast, you will continue your tour to another city in Slavonia, Vinkovci. The city is only 45 minutes away from Osijek. The city of Vinkovci is one of the oldest in Europe with an uninterrupted lifespan of more than 8,000 years. It is full of historical sites and many cultural attractions, which you will see during your guided tour, such as Kozarac monument, Ivan Kozarac Memorial House, St. Elias Church, St. Eusebius and Polion Church, etc. After sightseeing, you will have a lunch break at a city restaurant, so you can taste some of the traditional dishes from Vinkovci. You will then go on to Đakovo to see one of the oldest stables in Europe. You will learn about the traditions of horse breeding in this area, with a guided tour of the stables. You can then walk through the beautiful countryside, see the horses around you and views of the spectacular scenery. After this day well spent in nature, you will head back to the city and spend your last evening there with some refreshing drinks or a walk along the promenade.

Day 6 (Belgrade)
Early in the morning, you will leave your hotel, and start your trip to Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. The drive to Belgrade is around 3 hours, depending if there is traffic at the border. When you arrive in the city, you will be taken to your hotel to settle in and afterwards there will be lunch at a local restaurant to try ćevapčići with onions. There will then be a short 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, you will have free time to explore the city, as you get to know it better by wandering around on your own.

Day 7 (Belgrade – departure)
The last day of this tour will be free depending on 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.

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Day 1 (Ljubljana – arrival)
You will be met at Ljubljana airport by your personal driver and taken to your hotel. This first day will be free to get settled and explore the city by yourself.

Day 2 (City Centre & Bled)
Once you had your breakfast, you will go on your morning guided tour of the beautiful city of Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia. The city has a very rich history and mesmerising culture, which you will feel with every building that you see. You will walk through long streets and explore the city’s fascinating architecture. You will visit the Ljubljana castle, the National Gallery of Modern Arts, the Dragon Bridge, Cathedral of Saint Nicholas, and the famous Triple Bridge. After seeing all of Ljubljana’s main attractions, you will have a lunch break at a local restaurant and then continue your journey to Bled. The drive takes around 45 minutes, after which you will be taken to the hotel to settle in. Later you will have free time to relax and rest for the next day.

Day 3 (Bled – Wine of the Eastern Frontier)
This day will be reserved for a full day wine tour of the eastern part of Slovenia. After breakfast, you will start your journey to Brežice, a small city close to the Croatian border. You will see the beautiful city centre, as well as its captivating renaissance castle. After Brežice, you will continue to one of the most well-known wine regions in Slovenia, where you will admire the green hills and vineyards, visit local wineries and taste different types of wines, served with cheese and finger food. You will hear about the history of wine and how it started being made in Slovenia, after which you will have lunch in one of their Michelin star restaurants. After lunch, you will continue to Olimpje, where you will visit one of the oldest pharmacies in this part of Europe as well as the castle that is situated within the city. You will then travel back to Zagreb, where you can have some free time to enjoy drinks in the city centre or wander around the beautiful buildings.

Day 4 (Zagreb & Samobor)
After breakfast, you will meet your driver in front of the hotel to commence your morning tour of Zagreb. 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 mesmerising architectural wonders show the best of Zagreb’s culture and history. After exploring the Upper and Lower Town, you will have a lunch break in a city restaurant and then continue to the small medieval city of Samobor, just 45 minutes from Zagreb. As well as all of the historical attractions that Samobor offers, it is the beautiful landscape, parks and countryside that surround the city which makes it so special and attractive. While there, you have to try some of their specialties, including their famous vanilla cream cake which is called “kremšnita”, because if you don’t, you will miss out on having the full Samobor experience!

Day 5 (Wine Tour)
In the morning, after you finish your breakfast, you will continue this tour with another wine tasting day. You will head to a small place called Hrašćina, where you will find one of the biggest wineries in this part of Croatia. The ride to it takes for around 50 minutes, as after, you will arrive to the magnificent winery. The winery gives a special treatment to their visitors, they give their best to make you feel the connection to nature, to commitment they have to their wines, with every sip of wine that you are tasting. Wine tasting is accompanied with tour of the winery and the vineyards, with professional presentation of their story and beginnings. The winery also has a restaurant, where you will have organized lunch, and taste many of traditional dishes that Zagorje offers, such as Štrukle, which is baked dough with cow’s milk cheese, and many more meat dishes. After lunch, you can wander around the beautiful nature around the winery, take a nice walk through the vineyards, and enjoy your day in nature. After this lovely day enjoying wine, you will head back to Zagreb, where you can walk around the city center, and discover beautiful parks that Zagreb has, or have drinks at the main square.

Day 6 (Zagreb – departure)
The last day of this tour will be at leisure for you to have some free time in Zagreb, 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, as you will have enough time for check-in and finding your gate for departure. 

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Day 1 (Zagreb – arrival)
You will be met at Zagreb airport by your personal driver and taken to your hotel. After you settle in, you have free time either to relax or explore and walk through the city on your own.

Day 2 (City Centre & Trakošćan Castle)
Once you had your breakfast you will start your morning guided tour of Zagreb. You will begin 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. You will be captivated by these architectural wonders, through which you will get to know the culture and history of this beautiful city. After exploring the Upper and Lower Town, you will have a lunch break at a local restaurant with traditional Zagreb food. You will continue your trip onwards to Trakošćan Castle, which is an hour and a half far away from Zagreb, through green hills, picturesque landscapes, passing fairy tale castles and vineyards. Trakošćan castle is located at the top of a hill and is one of the most beautiful in Croatia, as you will discover when exploring it. After sightseeing around the castle and its landscape, you will head back to Zagreb, where you will have a free evening to explore the city’s vibrant life, wander the streets or have drinks in the city centre.

Day 3 (Osijek)
Early in the morning, after breakfast, you will leave the hotel in Zagreb and start your trip to Slavonia, in the eastern part of Croatia. Your first stop and home for the next few days will be Osijek, which is the 4th biggest city in Croatia. The drive to Osijek takes around two and a half hours, through the mesmerizing countryside of Slavonia with high mountains, green fields and forests. After arriving in Osijek, you will be taken to your hotel to settle in and then you will have lunch in a traditional Slavonian restaurant. After lunch, you will have a sightseeing tour of Osijek’s main attractions, such as the Museum of Slavonia, Fortress of Osijek, Cathedral of St. Peter, King Tomislav Park and a walk along the Drava River Promenade. After the tour, you can continue walking along the promenade or have drinks by the river Drava and enjoy the view of the city.

Day 4 (Valpovo Castle)
After breakfast in your hotel in Osijek, you will start your day trip to Valpovo, which is a small city in Slavonia, 30 minutes away from Osijek. Our first stop is going to be at the Castle Prandau-Normann, which is one of the oldest and biggest castles in Slavonia. The complex consists of a medieval tower, baroque chapels on either side, courtyard chapels, an inner courtyards and central palace. The castle architecture is mesmerizing, not only from the inside, but also the land surrounding it. After the tour of the castle, you will have a lunch break in one of the restaurants in Valpovo, to taste all of the delicacies that Slavonia offers. After lunch, you will have some free time to explore the city or to relax with a cup of coffee, after which you will go back to Osijek, so you can experience the city in the late afternoon.

Day 5 (Našice & Kutjevo)
Early in the morning, after breakfast, you will start your journey to the city of Našice, where you will visit the famous Pejačević Castle. After a 50 minute drive, you will arrive in front of this magnificent castle, based in the city park and named after the noble family, Pejačević. The castle itself is not the same as it was years ago; it was smaller and not so rich in architectural decorations. The castle is significant for being the base of the German army during World War II, as well as being their military hospital. After exploring the castle’s interior, you will go to a local restaurant for lunch and try some of the dishes that Našice offers. Afterwards you will continue to the city of Kutjevo, 30 minutes away from Našice, where you will visit the famous castle of Kutjevo. The castle is a protected architectural heritage monument and it is one of the most beautiful baroque castles in this part of Croatia. The park that surrounds the castle has protected status due to the unique trees growing there. You can explore the castle and all of the attractions then later you will head back to Osijek, where you can spend free time enjoying the city.

Day 6 (Zagreb)
In the morning you will have free time to explore Osijek. You can enjoy walking along the stone streets or just relax having a coffee in the main square, as after you have had lunch at one of the restaurants serving traditional Slavonian food, you will head back to Zagreb. When you arrive in Zagreb and settle in your hotel, you will be able to enjoy the city and have time to explore some of the sights on your own.

Day 7 (Zagreb – departure)
The last day of this tour will be at leisure for you to have some free time in Zagreb, depending on how much time you will have before departure of your flight. You will be taken to the airport by your driver to be at the airport around 2 hours before your international flight, as you can do the check-in and find your gate for departure, so you don’t have to rush to your flight.

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Day 1 (Zagreb - arrival)    
You will be met at Zagreb airport by your personal driver and taken to your hotel. This first day will be free for you to get settled and explore the city by yourself.

Day 2 (City Centre & Mirogoj)
After 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 mesmerising architectural wonders show the best of this charming 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 Mirogoj, the most beautiful cemetery in Europe. The cemetery is also a park, where you can take a walk and see all the impressive monuments and statues of famous people buried there. After sightseeing, you can explore the city of Zagreb on your own.

Day 3 (Bled & Ljubljana)
Early in the morning, after breakfast, you will meet your driver in front of the hotel and start your trip to Slovenia. After around two and a half hours’ drive, your first stop will be at Lake Bled, which is one of the main landmarks and places of outstanding beauty in Slovenia. With an island in the middle of the lake and mountains surrounding it from every side, it looks like it’s from a fairytale. After a relaxed walk around the lake, you will have a lunch break and then continue your trip to Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia, with a short drive of 50 minutes. When you arrive in Ljubljana, you will be taken to your hotel, after which you will have free time.

Day 4 (Postojna Cave & Pivka)
On your fourth day you will begin your day tour to the Postojna Cave, which is just 50 minutes’ drive from Ljubljana. The cave is part of a network in Slovenia, formed several million years ago. The river Pivka and rainwater being the main creators of this natural wonder. To reach the cave, you will get on a small train and after a 10 minute ride you will arrive inside the cave. After exploring all of the prehistoric wonders and beauties here, you will continue your trip to the small town of Pivka. After around 15 minutes you will arrive at a local restaurant where you will have a lunch break, after which you will go to The Park of Military History. The Park is one of the biggest of this kind in Europe and gives a unique view into the world’s history of war. The museum holds an enviable collection of tanks and military artillery, collection of airplanes and many more object that were used in wars. At the end of the tour, you will head back to Ljubljana, so you can enjoy the city’s vibrant nightlife.

Day 5 (Skocjan Cave & Koper)
After having your breakfast, your tour of Slovenia will start with Skocjan Cave, located just an hour from Ljubljana. Skocjan Cave is the other part of the famous cave system in Slovenia, together with Postojna Cave, they make the most popular natural area in Slovenia and are inscribed on the UNESCO’s World Heritage List from 1986. After you finish walking through the cave, you will continue the trip to Koper, a small city located just 30 minutes away. When you arrive in the city, you will have a lunch break, after which you will see all of its attractions and hear stories and legends about the city. You will see Muda Gate, Šavrinke and the Lion caste, Prešeren Square, Tito Square and an abundance of interesting streets with many fascinating facades. When you finish exploring the city, you will return to Ljubljana and can rest for the next day or explore the city’s night life on your own.

Day 6 (Wine Tour Maribor)
The last day of your tour will be reserved for more relaxed activities. After breakfast, you will meet your driver and begin your ride to Maribor, a beautiful city that is home to the oldest grapevine which dates back 400 years. The drive to the vineyards takes around an hour and a half, where you will sample wine and traditional Slovenia food. You will spend your day walking through the vineyards, exploring the countryside of Maribor and tasting different sorts of wine and food. After this relaxing tour, you will head back to Ljubljana, where you can enjoy the city since it is your last evening.

Day 7 (Ljubljana - departure)
The last day of this tour will be free for you in Ljubljana until the time of your departure. You will be taken to the airport by your driver around 2 hours before your international flight, as you will have enough time for check-in and finding your gate for departure, as airport in Ljubljana is quite small, so you will not have any trouble finding your way.

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The beautiful town of Maribor is the second largest town in Slovenia and sits on the River Drava. The drive from Zagreb takes around 2 hours and passes the border of Slovenia. The city has many attractions to offer, such as the Cathedral of Maribor, built in a gothic style, The City Hall of Maribor, the castle from 15th century, etc. The city is famous for being the home of the oldest vine, which dates back 400 years. Also, Maribor has many vineyards in the area, as well as many places that offer an insight into rural tourism. After sightseeing in Maribor, you will head to one of those places, where you will have lunch and the opportunity to taste various local wines and dishes, after which you will head back to Zagreb.

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