From Split

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Day 1 (Split – Skradin)
As you arrive in Split, you will be met and taken to your boat which will wait for you at the harbour. On the first day of this tour, you will go to a small city of Skradin, where you will have your lunch break and take a sightseeing tour of this romantic city with rich history. After Skradin, you will go to Krka National Park, which is just 15 minutes’ drive from Skradin. Exploring this National Park will be a one-time opportunity to get away from the busy city and spend the 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 exploring the park, you will go back to your boat and enjoy the beautiful evening.

Day 2 (Skradin – Kornati)
Once you explore Skradin, your 7-day tour will continue to Kornati, which is a National park, consisting of 89 small and large islands in the Adriatic Sea. The National Park is under the protection of UNESCO. As you arrive at the National Park, you will take a tour around, as you will see this one of a kind park with such a beautiful and unique ecosystem. You will have a lunch break in the area at one of the local restaurants to taste our delicious Dalmatian dishes.

Day 3 (Kornati – Šolta)
The third day of your tour will continue the tour to the island of Šolta, a beautiful small island near Split. This day will be reserved for your enjoyment, as you can wander around the island, enjoy being on the boat with a refreshing drink or swim and relax on the beach. After a few hours relaxation, you will be taken to Martinis Marchi restaurant in the harbor filled with yachts, where you will have lunch. Afterwards you can have more free time for relaxing and swimming on the island.

Day 4 (Šolta – Hvar)
The 4th day of your tour will be spent on the breathtaking island of Hvar, one of the top 10 beautiful islands in the world. You will have a lunch break, after which 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 sightseeing of Hvar, you can relax on the boat or wander around the island on your own.

Day 5 (Hvar – Vis)
On the fifth day of your tour your destination will be the island of Vis, one of the most beautiful in Croatia. It offers amazing seafood, wines and many things to do. It has many fascinating buildings that date back to when Venetians ruled. You can see the underground tunnels and caves which were used in the wars for hiding Josip Tito’s soldiers. Also, you will go to the highest point of the island, from where you will have the most amazing view of nearby islands. After exploring Vis, you will visit the magnificent Blue Cave of Biševo, which is one of 26 caves on the Island Biševo, in a bay called Balun. The cave was formed by erosion from the sea, and once you are in, you will see the intense blue shades of the cave, which occur due to the reflection of the sun into the water which then bounce back from the white sandstone bottom.  After exploring the cave, you will head back to Vis, where you can relax and listen to the sound of the sea.

Day 6 (Vis – Korčula)
As your tour continues, you will head to the Island of Korčula, which is one of the alleged places where the famous explorer Marco Polo was born and one of the biggest islands in the Adriatic Sea. As you arrive to Korčula, you will see The Old Town, 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 a lot of 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 Korčula’s Old Town, there will be a lunch break and then we can continue to Lumbarda, a small village with small sandy beaches, where one can relax and swim in the crystal-clear sea.

Day 7 (Korčula – Dubrovnik)
You will finish this tour of the islands in the city of Dubrovnik, the Pearl of Adriatic. You will walk around the city, walk on the city walls, see the pharmacy that is one of the oldest in Europe, Rector’s Palace, Sponza Palace, the Church of St. Blaise, and many more. Your guide will walk you through the city and tell you of its magnificent history, as you enjoy its mesmerising architecture as if it is a work of art. After sightseeing in Dubrovnik, you will have a lunch break at one of the local restaurants, where you can taste some of Dubrovnik’s delicacies.  

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Day 1 (Split – Hvar)
As you arrive to Split, you will be taken to your boat, which will be your home for the next few days. The first day of your tour will be to the amazing island of Hvar, one of the top 10 beautiful islands in the world. You will have lunch there, after which 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 theaters, The Franciscan monastery, Cathedral, etc.

Day 2 (Hvar – Korčula)
The second day, we will leave Hvar, and head to the Island of Korčula, which is one of the alleged place where the famous explorer Marco Polo was born, and one of the biggest islands in the Adriatic Sea. As you arrive in Korčula, you will see The Old Town 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 lots of attractions, from the famous St. Mark’s Cathedral, Strossmayer Square, and many 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 to Lumbarda, a small village filled with sandy beaches, where one can relax and swim in the crystal-clear sea.

Day 3 (Korčula – Dubrovnik)
The last day is reserved for the beautiful city of Dubrovnik, the Pearl of the Adriatic. You will walk around the city, walk on the city walls, see the pharmacy that is one of the oldest in Europe, Rector’s Palace, Sponza Palace, the Church of St. Blaise, and many more. Your guide will walk you through the city and tell you of its magnificent history, as you enjoy its mesmerizing architecture as if it is a work of art. After sightseeing in Dubrovnik, you will have a lunch break in one of the local restaurants, where you can taste some of Dubrovnik’s delicacies.

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The island of Brač is the biggest island in Dalmatia and one of the three biggest in the whole of Croatia.
Brač Island is filled with rich flora and fauna and the seasons on Brač are more distinguishable than on any other islands on the Adriatic Sea.
It holds many undiscovered beaches and coves, of which the most well-known is Zlatni rat in an area called Bol. The beach made it to the list of 10 most beautiful beaches in the world, which is not a surprise after you see the magnificence that it holds.
When you arrive at Bol, you will be able to relax on the beach, swim or enjoy any other kind of activity that is on offer.
After an hour or two, you will head to a small place called Milna, where you will have lunch, after which there will be more time for swimming in the crystal-clear sea and enjoying the beautiful views that the island holds.

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The tour starts with the magnificent Blue Cave of Biševo. It is one of 26 caves on the Island of Biševo, in a bay called Balun. The cave was formed by erosion from the sea, and once you are in, you will be see the intense blue shades of the cave, which occur due to the reflection of the sun into the water which then bounce back from the white sandstone bottom. The Blue Cave has been protected since 1951. After exploring the cave, you will proceed to Hvar, one of the top 10 beautiful islands in the world. You will have lunch here and then can 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, you will head back to the boat and return to Split while enjoying the picturesque scenery.

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Day 1 (Split – arrival)
When you arrive at Split airport, you will be met by your personal driver and taken to your hotel. As you settle in and rest from your flight, you can spend the day walking through the city or have drinks on the promenade by the sea.

Day 2 (City Centre, Krka National Park & Skradin)
After breakfast, you will have an early morning tour of the city of Split You will be guided through the old part of the city where you will see many attractions, like the Diocletian’s Palace, cathedral of St. Domnius, the Ivan Mestrovic Gallery, the People’s Square and many more. Afterwards, you will continue your trip to the beautiful Krka National Park, which is just an hour’s drive. Exploring this National Park will be a onetime opportunity to get away from the busy city and spend the perfect day surrounded by the protected and untouched nature of Krka National Park. Inside the park, you have the option to take a guided tour or walk freely by yourself. After you have finished exploring the park, you will have a lunch break and then we will continue to the small town of Skradin. There will be a short sightseeing tour of this romantic city rich in history and later you will go on to Zadar.

Day 3 (Opatija & Rovinj)
Once you had your breakfast, your trip continues to beautiful Istria, with the first stop in the city of Opatija, a favourite 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 of many 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 many more. After sightseeing, you will have a lunch break at a local restaurant to try traditional Istrian dishes, made mostly from truffles. We will then go to Rovinj, your home for the next few days. When you arrive in Rovinj you will have some free time which you can spend relaxing or exploring the city on your own.

Day 4 (Hum, Motovun & Karojba)
Early in the morning, after breakfast, you will start your trip with the 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, about 270 meters above sea level, with houses that are dispersed around. 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 sightseeing in Motovun, your next stop will be Karojba, which is just 10 minutes away. Karojba is a small municipality in Istria, and as a perfect place for taking a break, you will have lunch at a local restaurant with the spectacular view of Motovun and the countryside. After lunch you can wander around the nice buildings, after which we will go back to Rovinj, so you can enjoy the city’s vibrant life during the evening hours.

Day 5 (Truffle Hunting)
This day will be as interesting as it sounds, as you will get to have the experience of being a true explorer, as after breakfast, you will go truffle hunting. A truffle is a type of fungus or mushroom, that is quite expensive and a truly delicious ingredient of many tasteful dishes. It is very rare as it grows in only a few places and can be found for just a couple of months in the year. Beautiful Istria happens to be a place where world-known truffles grow and not only can you taste these mushrooms in a variety of dishes, but you have the opportunity to hunt for them yourself with assistance from professional truffle hunters. This opportunity will definitely be a unique experience for all of the gourmands and foodies around the world. After this full day experience you will go back to Rovinj, where you can have a relaxed evening by the shore.

Day 6 (Portorož – Škocjan Cave – Ljubljana)
After breakfast, you will start a short tour of a few of the attractions in Slovenia. First stop will be Portorož, the cultural centre of the Slovenian coast. The drive 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 your time near the sea. The next destination is Skocjan Cave, located just 40 minutes from Portorož. Skocjan Cave is the one part of a famous cave network in Slovenia, together with Postojna Cave, they make the most popular natural spot in Slovenia, inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List from 1986. You will have your lunch break there, at one of the restaurants that serve traditional Slovenian food. After lunch you will finish your tour in Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia, where you settle in the hotel and can enjoy the beautiful city on your own, by exploring the streets or having a drink next to the Triple Bridge.

Day 7 (Ljubljana - departure) 
The last day of this tour will be at leisure for you to have some free time in Ljubljana, 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, as airport in Ljubljana is quite small, so you will not have any trouble finding your way.

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Day 1 (Split – arrival)
When you arrive at Split airport, you will be met by your personal driver and taken to your hotel. As you settle in and rest from your flight, you can spend the day walking through the city or have drinks on the promenade by the sea.

Day 2 (City Centre & Trogir)
Early in the morning, after breakfast, you will have a morning tour of the city of Split You will be guided through the old part of the city where you will see many attractions, like the Diocletian’s Palace, cathedral of St. Domnius, the Ivan Mestrovic Gallery, the People’s Square and many more. After sightseeing in Split, you will continue your trip to Trogir, a small city which is 40 minutes away. As you arrive in Trogir, you will have a lunch break in a local restaurant, where you will taste traditional Dalmatian dishes, after which you will have a sightseeing tour. Trogir is a small harbour town, situated on an island next to the Croatian mainland and it is the best-preserved Romanesque-Gothic city in all of Central Europe. It is surrounded by walls, it has castles, churches and palaces for you to explore. Some of the attractions that you will see in Trogir are the church of St. Lawrence, the city gates and city walls, the Duke’s Palace, The Fortress Kamerlengo, and many more. After exploring the city, you will head back to Split, where you will have some free time.

Day 3 (Šibenik & Zadar)
Once you had your breakfast, you will start your tour in the city of Šibenik, which is the oldest city on the Adriatic coast. Before sightseeing, you will have lunch in a local restaurant where you will taste traditional Mediterranean dishes, after which you will be able to explore the city, as well as visit its main attractions such as St. Jacob’s Cathedral, which is a UNESCO protected monument. After sightseeing, you will head to Zadar and after settling in the hotel, you can walk around the city, enjoying the city’s nightlife.

Day 4 (City Centre, Plitvice & Zagreb)
As you had breakfast, you will take a guided tour of the many attractions Zadar has to offer, such as St. Donatus Church, the Museum of Ancient Glass, St. Anastasia’s Cathedral, the Roman Forum, and many more. You will visit Zadar’s incredible Sea Organ and listen to the sea whispering to you, as well as the Sun Salutation to see the magnificent light show, both made by the wonderful architect Nikola Bašić. After sightseeing, you will have a lunch break, where you will taste traditional Dalmatian food, mostly made from Mediterranean ingredients, after which you will visit the Plitvice National Park, located in the heart of Croatia, an hour and a half drive from Zadar. 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 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 settle in your hotel and have the rest of the evening to yourself.

Day 5 (Zagreb)
After breakfast you will continue your tour to the city of Zagreb. After settling in the hotel, you will have lunch at a local restaurant, where you will try traditional cuisine from this part of Croatia. You will then start your guided tour of the city, which begins 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 beautiful city’s culture and history.

Day 6 (Trakošćan & Kumrovec)
Early in the morning, you will have a tour of other cities in 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 explore inside. 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 a small city of Kumrovec, surrounded with ruins of Cesargrad and forest slopes near the river Sutla, and 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 head back to Zagreb, so you can explore the city on your own and experience the city’s pulse at night.

Day 7 (Zagreb – departure)
The last day of this tour will be free in Zagreb until the time of your departure. You will be taken to the airport by your driver around two 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 (Split – arrival)
When you arrive at Split airport, you will be met by your personal driver and taken to your hotel. As you settle in and rest from your flight, you can spend the day walking through the city or have drinks on the promenade by the sea.

Day 2 (City Centre & Cetina rafting)
Early in the morning, after breakfast, you will have a morning tour of the city of Split You will be guided through the old part of the city where you will see many attractions, like the Diocletian’s Palace, cathedral of St. Domnius, the Ivan Mestrovic Gallery, the People’s Square and many more. After sightseeing, you are heading on a small adventure away from the sea and the city, by rafting on Cetina River. This amazing canyoning and rafting experience lasts for about 3 to 4 hours and takes you along a 12 kilometre long path of river. The route goes through remarkable scenery of rocks and cliffs, impressive small waterfalls and many rapids for your adrenaline rush. At the end of the route you will get to the point where you can relax surrounded with picturesque scenery and fresh air, while enjoying your lunch of Dalmatian traditional cuisine. After this amazingly spent day, you will head back to Split so you can rest for the next day or enjoy your time in the city.

Day 3 (Krka, Skradin & Šibenik)
Once you had breakfast in your hotel, you will continue your journey exploring Dalmatia with a tour of the beautiful Krka National Park, which is just an hour’s drive from Split. Exploring this National Park will be a one-time opportunity to get away from the busy city and spend the 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 or walk freely by yourself. After you finished exploring the park, you will continue to the small town of Skradin, where you will have your lunch and then a sightseeing tour of this romantic city with rich history. Afterwards, you will visit Šibenik, which is the oldest city on the Adriatic coast. You will be able to explore the city, as well visit its main attractions such as St. Jacob’s Cathedral, which is a UNESCO protected monument. After sightseeing, you will go back to Split, so you can enjoy the night pulse of city.

Day 4 (Plitvice National Park)
Early in the morning, after breakfast, you will continue your tour visiting the Plitvice National Park, located in the heart of Croatia, two and a half hours’ drive from Split. 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 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 your drive to back to Split, so you can rest and relax in order to be fresh for the next day.

Day 5 (Zadar)
In the morning, after having breakfast, you will continue exploring Dalmatia with the beautiful city of Zadar. The city is two hours away from Split and has a long and rich history. As you arrive in Zadar, you will have a guided tour of the many attractions, such as St. Donatus Church, Museum of Ancient Glass, St. Anastasia’s Cathedral, the Roman Forum, and many more. You will visit Zadar’s incredible Sea Organ and listen to the sea whispering to you, as well as the Sun Salutation to see the magnificent light show, both made by the wonderful architect Nikola Bašić. After sightseeing, you will have a lunch break, where you will taste traditional Dalmatian food, mostly made from Mediterranean ingredients. After lunch, you are free to explore the city, as later, you will return to Split.

Day 6 (Trogir)
After having breakfast in Split, you will continue your trip to Trogir, a small city which is 40 minutes away from Split. Trogir is a small harbour town, situated on an island next to the Croatian mainland and it is the best-preserved Romanesque-Gothic city in all of Central Europe. It is surrounded by walls, it has castles, churches and palaces for you to explore. Some of the attractions that you will see in Trogir are the church of St. Lawrence, the city gates and city walls, the Duke’s Palace, The Fortress Kamerlengo, and many more. After exploring you will have lunch in a local restaurant, where you will taste traditional Dalmatian dishes, after which you can wander around the city on your own. Afterwards you will head back to Split, where you can have some free time to enjoy the beautiful city as it is your last day there.

Day 7 (Split – departure)
The last day of this tour will be at leisure for you to have some more free time in Split, 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 will have enough time for check-in and finding your gate for departure, as airport in Split is not big, so you will not have any trouble finding your way.

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Day 1 (Split – arrival)
When you arrive at Split airport, you will be met by your personal driver and taken to your hotel. As you settle in and rest from your flight, you can spend the day walking through the city or have drinks on the promenade by the sea.

Day 2 (City Centre & Trogir)
In the morning, after breakfast, you will have a morning tour of the city of Split. You will be guided through the old part of the city where you will see many attractions, like the Diocletian’s Palace, cathedral of St. Domnius, the Ivan Mestrovic Gallery, the People’s Square and many more. After Split, you will continue your trip to Trogir, a small city which is 40 minutes away. When you arrive in Trogir, you will have a lunch break in the local restaurant, where you will taste traditional Dalmatian dishes, after which you will have a sightseeing tour. Trogir is a small harbor town, situated on an island next to the Croatian mainland and it is the best-preserved Romanesque-Gothic city in all of Central Europe. It is surrounded by walls, has castles, churches and palaces for you to explore. Some of the attractions that you will see in Trogir are the church of St. Lawrence, the city gates and city walls, the Duke’s Palace, The Fortress Kamerlengo, and many more. After exploring the city, you will head back to Split, where you have some free time to enjoy the beautiful city.

Day 3 (Krka National Park & Šibenik)
After breakfast, you will continue your journey exploring Dalmatia with a tour of the beautiful Krka National Park, which is just an hour’s drive from Split. Exploring this National Park will be a one-time opportunity to get away from the busy city and spend the perfect day surrounded by the protected and untouched nature of the 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 continue to Šibenik, which is the oldest city on the Adriatic coast. Before sightseeing, you will have lunch in a local restaurant where you will taste traditional Mediterranean dishes, after which you will be able to explore the city, as well as visit its main attractions such as St. Jacob’s Cathedral, which is a UNESCO’s protected monument. After sightseeing, you will go back to Split, so you can enjoy the pulse of the city at night.

Day 4 (Plitvice National Park)
Early in the morning, after breakfast, you will continue your tour visiting the Plitvice National Park, located in the heart of Croatia, two and a half hours’ drive from Split. 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 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 your drive to back to Split.

Day 5 (Brač)
This day will be reserved for your relaxation and enjoyment, as you will visit the beautiful island of Brač. After breakfast, you will have a boat ride of about an hour and will arrive on the biggest island in Dalmatia and one of the three biggest in the whole of Croatia. It holds many undiscovered beaches and coves, of which the most known is Zlatni Rat in the area called Bol. The beach made 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. When you arrive at Bol, you will be able to relax on the beach. After an hour or two, you will head to a small place called Milna, where you will have lunch, after which there will be more time for swimming in the crystal clear sea and enjoying the beautiful nature that the island has to offer. After this full day of relaxing, you will go back to Split so you can enjoy time in the city.

Day 6 (Mostar & Dubrovnik)
Once you had your breakfast in the hotel, you will meet your driver and continue your tour to Mostar. The drive to Mostar takes around two and a half hours, through the beautiful Bosnian landscape. The city has an amazingly rich history holding so many religions and cultures together, which you will experience through the many sights here. The city is also known for its two sides, which are separated by the Neretva River and connected by the famous Mostar Bridge. Besides the bridge, which is the town’s main landmark, there are more fascinating sights, such as the Mosque of Mostar, Kajtaz House, Crooked Bridge, Hammam Museum and many other places that are worth your attention. After sightseeing in Mostar, you will have a lunch break in a traditional Bosnian restaurant and try their local dishes, such as “cevapi”, “burek”, and “baklava”, after which you will leave for Dubrovnik. As you settle in your hotel in Dubrovnik, you are free to explore the city on your own or just relax in the Old Town, with a refreshing drink and enjoy the sights.

Day 7 (Dubrovnik – city centre)
The seventh day of your tour, after breakfast, 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, you will have a lunch break at a local restaurant, to experience some of the famous dishes from Dubrovnik, after which you will have enough time to explore Dubrovnik on your own, taking in the city and its culture.

Day 8 (Dubrovnik – departure)
The last day of this tour will be at leisure for you to have some more free time in Dubrovnik, 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 Dubrovnik is quite small, so you will not have any trouble finding your way.

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One of the most popular activities and the best way to spend your day in Split is to experience this ATV tour. Riding along spectacular landscapes, through rivers, roads and canyons in Dalmatia, will give you such a feeling of thrill and freedom on this unforgettable day. The ride is supervised by experienced guides, so the tour is suitable for anyone. During this tour, you will also be able to enjoy traditional Dalmatian food by the river, which will be the perfect end of this tour.

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If you are searching for a different way of having a vacation, a bit more active and seeing a different side of Split, then hiking the mountain Mosor will be your best option. Hiking through Mosor Mountain will enable you to see the spectacular views of the islands, hills that cover Dalmatia and small villages along the coast.

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