* Europe – Adriatic – One sea, Five countries in A package tour !
Period : April, May, June, July, August, September, October
Reference : 10B172
Prix : 985€ Ask for a quote
A package Tour in a cultural trip way to discover the treasures of the Adriatic: Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovinia, Montenegro and Albania. From the famous Mostar Bridge to the Kotor fjords, via the mosques and minarets of Sarajevo and the wild Bosnian hills, the beauty of the Balkans never fails to enchant.
Lunch of Croatian Delicacies
Day’s Cruise from Dubrovnik to Split
D1 Wednesday or Saturday : Ljubljana
Arrive in Ljubljana at the end of the afternoon where you will be met by your guide. Dinner and overnight.
D2 Slovenia : Ljubljana and Zagreb (150 km)
Guided tour of the Slovenian capital taking in the Triple Bridge, Saint Nicolas Cathedral and the Fountain of the Rivers. Move on to Zagreb, with lunch en route. Guided tour of Zagreb, from the baroque charm of the upper town and its sprinkling of palaces, to the lively lower town and the coming and going of the trams around Jelacic square.
D3 Bosnia : Slavonia and Sarajevo (450 km)
Leave for Bosnia via the vast agricultural plain of Slavonia, passing through the baroque town of Pozega, nestling amidst hills and vines, and Stara Kapela with its traditional farm houses. Lunch of local specialities then on towards Slavonski Brod and its Austrian citadel, and the crossing into Bosnia. Minarets, mosques and wooded mountains accompany us to Sarajevo, Bosnia’s capital. Dinner and overnight in Sarajevo.
D4 Sarajevo and Mostar (140 km)
Admire the Great Mosque, the Cathedral, the Austro-Hungarian quarter and the National Library on a guided tour of Sarajevo. Lunch then direction Mostar for a guided tour of the old town with its bustling bazaar full of traditional workshops, its mosques and old Turkish houses. Dinner and overnight in Mostar.
D5 Croatia : Dubrovnik (145 km)
Set off for Dubrovnik and a guided tour of onetime Raguse, nowadays better known as Dubrovnik, one of the world’s architectural gems. Sitting pretty on a rocky perch, guarded by high walls, Dubrovnik is a pearl on the Croatian Riviera. Dinner and overnight here.
D6 Montenegro : Buvda and Cetinje (165 km)
Direction Montenegro with its wild hills and the Buvda Riviera, a stunning spot on the Adriatic coastline. Time to stroll in the lovely fortified town. Lunch then on to Cetinje, the historical capital nestling at the foot of Mount Lovcen, and a chance to admire the Biljarda, the old King Nicolas Palace, the Royal Palace, the blue Palace the monastery etc Dinner and overnight in the Buvda region.
D7 Albanian Outing (160 km)
Day’s excursion to Albania, via Bar and its 2000 year old olive grove. Arrive at Lake Skhöder, the biggest lake on the Balkan peninsular, and enjoy a guided tour of the old town. Lunch en route. The return journey takes us to Ulcinj back in Montenegro, a picturesque resort popular for its beaches, notably the 13km long Velika plaza. Dinner and overnight.
D8 Montenegro : Kotor Fjords (110 km)
A day dedicated to Montenegro’s stunning coastline, and in particular the most famous fjords in the Adriatic: those at Kotor. Visit Kotor town snug within its byzantine walls, and see the clock tower, the Sveti Tripun cathedral, and admire the lavish façade of the palace as you stroll the cobbled streets. Lunch en route. Continue to Croatia for dinner and overnight in Dubrovnik.
D9 Cruise from Dubrovnik to Split (215 km)
Dubrovnik is the starting point of an unforgettable cruise along the Dalmatian coast. Starboard passage of the Elaphites archipelago of some 14 isles, then portside of Mljet isle and its National Park, a little paradise lost. Lunch on board and on to Korcula, Hvar and Brac, reaching Split at the end of the afternoon. Dinner and overnight in the Split region.
D10 Split and Trogir (90 km)
Guided tour of the Dalmatian capital, Split. Two millennia of history are ensconced in the old town, with its port, seafront promenade, and the Diocletian Palace. After lunch a guided tour of Trogir, a Middle- Age treasure. Finally the mediaeval hamlet of Sibenik, clinging to the hillside, overlooking the sea. Dinner and overnight in the Sibenik region.
D11 Sibenik and the Krka National Park (80 km)
Gothic palaces and a UNESCO listed Cathedral are some of the delights to discover on your guided tour of Sibenik. After lunch we head to the Krka National Park and its superb waterfalls. Dinner and overnight.
D12 Zadar and Rijeka (330 km)
Zadar is surrounded on three sides by the sea, and your guided tour allows you to take in the vestiges of the past in the town, from the Roman forum to Baroque treasures, gorgeous little Romanic churches and the ruined fortifications. On to Rijeka stopping for lunch en route. Dinner and overnight in the Rijeka region.
Coach Tour for group
Full Board in 3* hotels
Local Croatian Guide 11days
Guided Tours (excluding entrance fees): Ljubljana, Zagreb, Sarajevo, Mostar, Dubrovnik, Buvda, Cetinje, Split, Trogir, Sibenik, Zadar
Entrance Fees : Palace of King Nicolas, Krka National Park
Ferry Dubrovnik-Split, armchair seats
May + 90 €, June and September + 148 €, July and August + 200 €, October + 12 €
Single Room (11nights) :187 €