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DAY 1 - ZAGREB ARRIVAL

Arrival at Zagreb airport Transfer to your hotel in Zagreb Welcome dinner at the hotel Overnight in Zagreb

DAY 2 – ZAGREB

Breakfast at the hotel. Visit of Zagreb with local guide. Your sightseeing tour will take you along the most interesting historic part of the town: Trg B. Jelačića (Governor Jelačić Square), or simply The Square, the main square in Zagreb. Upper town – Gradec and Kaptol, two medieval settlements that the city of Zagreb grew from and has some of the most important landmarks of the city: The Cathedral (Katedrala Marijinog Uznesenja), Dolac – open market, Tkalčićeva street (Tkalča to locals), Stone Gate, St. Mark’s Church (Crkva Sv. Marka) and more…. Rest of the day at leisure. Dinner free. Overnight in Zagreb.

DAY 3 – ZAGREB - LJUBLJANA

Breakfast at the hotel. Departure to Ljubljana. Visit with local guide The capital city of Slovenia lies in a basin between the Karst and the alpine region at 298 meters above sea level. We like to say it is sufficiently large to contain everything that a capital should have, and small enough to preserve the individuality of its inhabitants. It is a city with a soul, featured by the Baroque Old Town which is nestled at the foot of Castle Hill, the Art Nouveau mansions as well as some of the masterpieces of the world renowned architect Joze Plecnik. Ljubljana nowadays presents the political, cultural, scientific and university center of Slovenia. Overnight in Ljubljana. Dinner free.

DAY 4 –LJUBLJANA - BLED – BOHINJ - LJUBLJANA

Breakfast at the hotel Departure to Bled and visits with local guide. (entrance to Bled old town and Pletna boat ride included) Lake Bled, together with it's surroundings, ranks among the most beautiful alpine resorts. This pearl of Slovenia and the whole Alpine region, with a tiny island and St. Mary's Church in the middle of the Lake and an old medieval Castle up on the cliff that offers you an amazing view is definitely something you will be enchanted with. After the visit departure to the nearby area of Bohinj lake. Return to Ljubljana after the visit. Dinner at the hotel. Overnight in Ljubljana

DAY 5 –– LJUBLJANA – POSTOJNA – OPATIJA

Breakfast at the hotel. Departure to Postojna for the visit of Postojna caves Postojna Cave is the best-known cave in the world. It is also the greatest tourist attraction in Slovenia and one of the world's largest karst monuments. For 140 years, the Postojna Cave, as the only cave in the world, offers a unique and adventurous ride with a special train, which will take you into the cave, under spectacular underground arches, which are embellished with chandelier look-alike stalactites, through a beautiful subterranean world full of playful limestone sculptures. After the visit proceed to Opatija. Rest of the day at leisure. Dinner at the hotel Overnight in Opatija

DAY 6 –– OPATIJA – ISTRA PENINSULA(Pula/Rovinj) – OPATIJA

Breakfast at the hotel. Day is planned for the visit of the beautiful Istra Peninsula. We will visit the cities of Pula and Rovinj Rovinj is a charmingly picturesque town and one the most romantic places in the Mediterranean! The Old Town is a reflection of what Rovinj was like when it was all packed into one crowded island. The narrow, winding, cobbled streets, crammedtogether houses and buildings and picturesque squares will just take your breath away. One of the most famous attractions is The St Euphemia Cathedral, the largest Baroque building in Istria… Pula Croatia is the largest town in Istria. Since Pula has a rich cultural heritage, Roman mostly but also from Austro-Hungarian period. The central monument is the Roman Amphitheatre which is the sixth biggest amphitheater in the world and one of the best preserved. The main square in the city is the Forum where you will also find the Temple of August built in the first century; One of the best preserved monuments is the Arch of the Sergii or the Golden Gate. Other monuments are: Little Roman Theatre, St. Francis church and monastery, Kaštel – a castle from the 17th century which also features the Istrian history museum… During the tour you will enjoy in an olive oil tasting in a famous factory in Vodnjan/Bale area Return to Opatija. Dinner free. Overnight.

DAY 7 – OPATIJA - PLITVICE – ZADAR

Breakfast at the hotel. Visit of National park Plitvice lakes. The Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia’s most popular tourist attraction was granted UNESCO World Heritage status in 1979. The beauty of the National Park lies in its sixteen lakes, inter-connected by a series of waterfalls, and set in deep woodland populated by deer, bears, wolves, boars and rare bird species. The National Park covers a total area of 300 square kilometers, whilst the lakes join together over a distance of eight kilometers. After the visit proceed to Zadar. Guided tour. Zadar is one of the most beautiful old Dalmatian cities, a several-thousand-year-old city that has been the center of this part of the Adriatic coast since Roman times. every corner of the city you will see rich heritage of world importance: Roman Forum, St. Donatus’ Church, the reconstructed Romanesque St. Grisigono’s Church, St. Mary’s bell tower, St. Anastasia’s Cathedral. Visit also a new Zadar’s attraction: The Sea organ, an architectural object and an experimental musical instrument which plays music by way of sea waves and tubes located underneath a set of large marble steps. Dinner at the hotel. Overnight in Zadar.

DAY 8 - ZADAR

Breakfast at the hotel. Visit of Zadar with local guide. Zadar is one of the most beautiful old Dalmatian cities, a several-thousand-year-old city that has been the center of this part of the Adriatic coast since the Roman times. In every corner of the city you will see rich heritage of world importance: Roman Forum, St. Donatus’ Church, the reconstructed Romanesque St. Grisigono’s Church, St. Mary’s bell tower, St. Anastasia’s Cathedral. Visit also Zadar’s newer attraction the Sea organ - an architectural object and an experimental musical instrument which plays music by way of sea waves and tubes located underneath a set of large marble steps. Rest of the day at leisure. Dinner free. Overnight in Zadar

DAY 9 – ZADAR – ŠIBENIK – SPLIT

Breakfast at the hotel. Departure to Split with stopover in Sibenik for a guided tour: Šibenik is a town which successfully combines famous history and natural beauties. The old town is a typical Mediterranean medieval city, with a warren of pedestrianized alleyways and piazzas overlooked by green-shuttered stone houses. The most important monument in Šibenik is the Gothic-Renaissance cathedral of St. Jacob and it is also a unique monument of European sacral architecture, included in the UNESCO’ s World Heritage list in 2001 After the visit proceed to Split. Dinner free. Overnight in Split

DAY 10 –SPLIT – TROGIR – SPLIT

Breakfast at the hotel. Visit of Split with local guide Split is a town of ancient history, built and preserved over the course of 1700 years by its loving inhabitants. The walking tour starts at Diocletian palace, the most precious monument in the city. Diocletian Palace is one of the most significant original structures of the late ancient architecture, a kind of an Imperial Palace that was enlisted in UNESCO’s World Heritage site. After Split we will visit the nearby small town Trogir. Trogir is the historic stone city and UNESCO Heritage site. The orthogonal street plan dates back to the Hellenistic and the whole city is made of stone and there is no modern architecture. Its beautiful Romanesque churches are complemented by the outstanding Renaissance and Baroque buildings from the Venetian period; the Cathedral of St. Lawrence (St. Lovre), famous Radovan’s portal, the beautiful Kamerlengo Tower and much more. Rest of the day at leisure Dinner free. Overnight in Split.

DAY 11 –SPLIT – MOSTAR - DUBROVNIK

Breakfast at the hotel. Departure to Dubrovnik; we suggest to include Mostar in Bosnia on the route. Mostar as the center and capital of Herzegovina has always managed to captivate its visitors a unique experience of mixing cultures of East and West. It is situated on the Neretva River, which separates and connects both the Muslim and the Christian sides of the city. The Old Bridge is a world-famous symbol of the city, which with mosques, Turkish houses, and other closely eastern sights makes Mostar a destination everyone will remember Proceed to Dubrovnik Dinner at the hotel. Overnight in Dubrovnik

DAY 12 - DUBROVNIK

Breakfast at the hotel Visit of Dubrovnik with local guide. Dubrovnik’s nickname is the "Pearl of the Adriatic" and is listed as UNESCO world heritage site since 1979. Today Dubrovnik is the proudest feather in Croatia’s tourist cap, an elite destination and one of the most beautiful towns of the Mediterranean. The old city is encompassed by medieval walls, which have been preserved in their original form and opened for visitors as Dubrovnik’s major attraction. The whole city is a live monument and rich treasury of history. Rest of the day at leisure. Dinner free. Overnight in Dubrovnik

DAY 13 – DUBROVNIK – STON – KORCULA

Breakfast at the hotel. Departure to the island of Korcula. Stopover in Stone for a short break. This historic town is surrounded by a 5km long fortified wall, the second longest in the world after the Great Wall of China, which was originally erected in 1358 to protect the town. Now, over 20 towers still remain and the wall represents animpressive flashback to the past. Ston area is also home to oyster farm. Thanks to the unique ecological balance of the area, the farm grows a variety of oyster that have died out elsewhere making these a truly special delicacy. Korčula is a medieval walled city positioned on a oval-shaped swelling of land pointing deep into Peljesac channel. The old town itself is grooved with a succession of narrow streets that branch off the spine of the main street like the fish bone. The old town center is dominated by the splendid St. mark's cathedral built in the gothic-renaissance style, completed in 15th century at the place of other church from 13th century. There is a local legged that Marko polo was born in Korcula town and Marko polo's alleged house of birth is worth visiting. On the way back to Dubrovnik we will make a stop on Peljesac peninsula for a wine tasting. Return to Dubrovnik after the visits. Dinner free. Overnight in Dubrovnik

DAY 14 – DUBROVNIK

Breakfast at the hotel Free day Farewell dinner in local restaurant. Overnight  

DAY 15 – DUBROVNIK – departure Breakfast at the hotel. Transfer to Dubrovnik

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DAY 1 - ZAGREB ARRIVAL

Arrival at Zagreb airport Transfer to your hotel in Zagreb Welcome dinner at the hotel Overnight in Zagreb

DAY 2 – ZAGREB

Breakfast at the hotel. Visit of Zagreb with local guide. Your sightseeing tour will take you along the most interesting historic part of the town: Trg B. Jelačića (Governor Jelačić Square), or simply The Square, the main square in Zagreb. Upper town – Gradec and Kaptol, two medieval settlements that the city of Zagreb grew from and has some of the most important landmarks of the city: The Cathedral (Katedrala Marijinog Uznesenja), Dolac – open market, Tkalčićeva street (Tkalča to locals), Stone Gate, St. Mark’s Church (Crkva Sv. Marka) and more…. Rest of the day at leisure. Dinner free. Overnight in Zagreb.

DAY 3 – ZAGREB - LJUBLJANA

Breakfast at the hotel. Departure to Ljubljana. Visit with local guide The capital city of Slovenia lies in a basin between the Karst and the alpine region at 298 meters above sea level. We like to say it is sufficiently large to contain everything that a capital should have, and small enough to preserve the individuality of its inhabitants. It is a city with a soul, featured by the Baroque Old Town which is nestled at the foot of Castle Hill, the Art Nouveau mansions as well as some of the masterpieces of the world renowned architect Joze Plecnik. Ljubljana nowadays presents the political, cultural, scientific and university center of Slovenia. Overnight in Ljubljana. Dinner free.

DAY 4 –LJUBLJANA - BLED – BOHINJ - LJUBLJANA

Breakfast at the hotel Departure to Bled and visits with local guide. (entrance to Bled old town and Pletna boat ride included) Lake Bled, together with it's surroundings, ranks among the most beautiful alpine resorts. This pearl of Slovenia and the whole Alpine region, with a tiny island and St. Mary's Church in the middle of the Lake and an old medieval Castle up on the cliff that offers you an amazing view is definitely something you will be enchanted with. After the visit departure to the nearby area of Bohinj lake. Return to Ljubljana after the visit. Dinner at the hotel. Overnight in Ljubljana

DAY 5 –– LJUBLJANA – POSTOJNA – OPATIJA

Breakfast at the hotel. Departure to Postojna for the visit of Postojna caves Postojna Cave is the best-known cave in the world. It is also the greatest tourist attraction in Slovenia and one of the world's largest karst monuments. For 140 years, the Postojna Cave, as the only cave in the world, offers a unique and adventurous ride with a special train, which will take you into the cave, under spectacular underground arches, which are embellished with chandelier look-alike stalactites, through a beautiful subterranean world full of playful limestone sculptures. After the visit proceed to Opatija. Rest of the day at leisure. Dinner at the hotel Overnight in Opatija

DAY 6 –– OPATIJA – ISTRA PENINSULA(Pula/Rovinj) – OPATIJA

Breakfast at the hotel. Day is planned for the visit of the beautiful Istra Peninsula. We will visit the cities of Pula and Rovinj Rovinj is a charmingly picturesque town and one the most romantic places in the Mediterranean! The Old Town is a reflection of what Rovinj was like when it was all packed into one crowded island. The narrow, winding, cobbled streets, crammedtogether houses and buildings and picturesque squares will just take your breath away. One of the most famous attractions is The St Euphemia Cathedral, the largest Baroque building in Istria… Pula Croatia is the largest town in Istria. Since Pula has a rich cultural heritage, Roman mostly but also from Austro-Hungarian period. The central monument is the Roman Amphitheatre which is the sixth biggest amphitheater in the world and one of the best preserved. The main square in the city is the Forum where you will also find the Temple of August built in the first century; One of the best preserved monuments is the Arch of the Sergii or the Golden Gate. Other monuments are: Little Roman Theatre, St. Francis church and monastery, Kaštel – a castle from the 17th century which also features the Istrian history museum… During the tour you will enjoy in an olive oil tasting in a famous factory in Vodnjan/Bale area Return to Opatija. Dinner free. Overnight.

DAY 7 – OPATIJA - PLITVICE – ZADAR

Breakfast at the hotel. Visit of National park Plitvice lakes. The Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia’s most popular tourist attraction was granted UNESCO World Heritage status in 1979. The beauty of the National Park lies in its sixteen lakes, inter-connected by a series of waterfalls, and set in deep woodland populated by deer, bears, wolves, boars and rare bird species. The National Park covers a total area of 300 square kilometers, whilst the lakes join together over a distance of eight kilometers. After the visit proceed to Zadar. Guided tour. Zadar is one of the most beautiful old Dalmatian cities, a several-thousand-year-old city that has been the center of this part of the Adriatic coast since Roman times. every corner of the city you will see rich heritage of world importance: Roman Forum, St. Donatus’ Church, the reconstructed Romanesque St. Grisigono’s Church, St. Mary’s bell tower, St. Anastasia’s Cathedral. Visit also a new Zadar’s attraction: The Sea organ, an architectural object and an experimental musical instrument which plays music by way of sea waves and tubes located underneath a set of large marble steps. Dinner at the hotel. Overnight in Zadar.

DAY 8 - ZADAR

Breakfast at the hotel. Visit of Zadar with local guide. Zadar is one of the most beautiful old Dalmatian cities, a several-thousand-year-old city that has been the center of this part of the Adriatic coast since the Roman times. In every corner of the city you will see rich heritage of world importance: Roman Forum, St. Donatus’ Church, the reconstructed Romanesque St. Grisigono’s Church, St. Mary’s bell tower, St. Anastasia’s Cathedral. Visit also Zadar’s newer attraction the Sea organ - an architectural object and an experimental musical instrument which plays music by way of sea waves and tubes located underneath a set of large marble steps. Rest of the day at leisure. Dinner free. Overnight in Zadar

DAY 9 – ZADAR – ŠIBENIK – SPLIT

Breakfast at the hotel. Departure to Split with stopover in Sibenik for a guided tour: Šibenik is a town which successfully combines famous history and natural beauties. The old town is a typical Mediterranean medieval city, with a warren of pedestrianized alleyways and piazzas overlooked by green-shuttered stone houses. The most important monument in Šibenik is the Gothic-Renaissance cathedral of St. Jacob and it is also a unique monument of European sacral architecture, included in the UNESCO’ s World Heritage list in 2001 After the visit proceed to Split. Dinner free. Overnight in Split

DAY 10 –SPLIT – TROGIR – SPLIT

Breakfast at the hotel. Visit of Split with local guide Split is a town of ancient history, built and preserved over the course of 1700 years by its loving inhabitants. The walking tour starts at Diocletian palace, the most precious monument in the city. Diocletian Palace is one of the most significant original structures of the late ancient architecture, a kind of an Imperial Palace that was enlisted in UNESCO’s World Heritage site. After Split we will visit the nearby small town Trogir. Trogir is the historic stone city and UNESCO Heritage site. The orthogonal street plan dates back to the Hellenistic and the whole city is made of stone and there is no modern architecture. Its beautiful Romanesque churches are complemented by the outstanding Renaissance and Baroque buildings from the Venetian period; the Cathedral of St. Lawrence (St. Lovre), famous Radovan’s portal, the beautiful Kamerlengo Tower and much more. Rest of the day at leisure Dinner free. Overnight in Split.

DAY 11 –SPLIT – MOSTAR - DUBROVNIK

Breakfast at the hotel. Departure to Dubrovnik; we suggest to include Mostar in Bosnia on the route. Mostar as the center and capital of Herzegovina has always managed to captivate its visitors a unique experience of mixing cultures of East and West. It is situated on the Neretva River, which separates and connects both the Muslim and the Christian sides of the city. The Old Bridge is a world-famous symbol of the city, which with mosques, Turkish houses, and other closely eastern sights makes Mostar a destination everyone will remember Proceed to Dubrovnik Dinner at the hotel. Overnight in Dubrovnik

DAY 12 - DUBROVNIK

Breakfast at the hotel Visit of Dubrovnik with local guide. Dubrovnik’s nickname is the "Pearl of the Adriatic" and is listed as UNESCO world heritage site since 1979. Today Dubrovnik is the proudest feather in Croatia’s tourist cap, an elite destination and one of the most beautiful towns of the Mediterranean. The old city is encompassed by medieval walls, which have been preserved in their original form and opened for visitors as Dubrovnik’s major attraction. The whole city is a live monument and rich treasury of history. Rest of the day at leisure. Dinner free. Overnight in Dubrovnik

DAY 13 – DUBROVNIK – STON – KORCULA

Breakfast at the hotel. Departure to the island of Korcula. Stopover in Stone for a short break. This historic town is surrounded by a 5km long fortified wall, the second longest in the world after the Great Wall of China, which was originally erected in 1358 to protect the town. Now, over 20 towers still remain and the wall represents animpressive flashback to the past. Ston area is also home to oyster farm. Thanks to the unique ecological balance of the area, the farm grows a variety of oyster that have died out elsewhere making these a truly special delicacy. Korčula is a medieval walled city positioned on a oval-shaped swelling of land pointing deep into Peljesac channel. The old town itself is grooved with a succession of narrow streets that branch off the spine of the main street like the fish bone. The old town center is dominated by the splendid St. mark's cathedral built in the gothic-renaissance style, completed in 15th century at the place of other church from 13th century. There is a local legged that Marko polo was born in Korcula town and Marko polo's alleged house of birth is worth visiting. On the way back to Dubrovnik we will make a stop on Peljesac peninsula for a wine tasting. Return to Dubrovnik after the visits. Dinner free. Overnight in Dubrovnik

DAY 14 – DUBROVNIK

Breakfast at the hotel Free day Farewell dinner in local restaurant. Overnight  

DAY 15 – DUBROVNIK – departure Breakfast at the hotel. Transfer to Dubrovnik

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