21-Day Balkan Peninsula: Croatia, Montenegro and Bosnia

  • 21 Days , 3 Countries , 9 Cities
  • From $7200
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Customizable Itinerary This sample itinerary was created by our destination specialist to inspire you. It can be customized to your exact preferences and budget.
Countries Visited Croatia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Places Visited Dubrovnik, Budva, Kolasin, Žabljak, Sarajevo, Mostar, Split, Šibenik
Suggested Duration 21 days
Travel Styles Cultural Tours, Family Vacations

ITINERARY

  • DAY 1
    Dubrovnik, Croatia
    Dubrovnik, Croatia

    Welcome to Dubrovnik, Croatia!

    Explore Dubrovnik’s allure from the moment you arrive! Check into your meticulously selected accommodation and unwind after your flight. Additionally, spend a leisurely day settling in. As night falls, wander through the winding streets of the Old Town, where each turn unveils a captivating scene. Lose yourself in the mesmerizing views of the Adriatic Sea, shimmering in shades of blue.

    Indulge in a delightful dinner at a local restaurant, immersed in the romantic ambiance that Dubrovnik exudes.

    What's included?

    • Accommodation Accommodation
    • Transfer Transfer
  • DAY 2
    Old Town Dubrovnik, Croatia
    Old Town Dubrovnik, Croatia

    Treasures of Dubrovnik Old Town following the steps of the Game of Thrones

    Embark on a captivating journey through Dubrovnik’s UNESCO-listed Old Town with our expert guide to your Balkan Peninsula Tour. Stradun Street unfolds tales of the past, and the Cathedral of the Assumption showcases architectural and spiritual mastery. Rector’s Palace reveals Dubrovnik’s noble history, while the Franciscan Monastery, home to one of Europe’s oldest pharmacies, exudes historical charm.

    Immerse yourself in the world’s Game of Thrones as we explore the filming locations in Dubrovnik, famously known as’s Landing. Here are some highlights from the toDubrovnik’sik’s Old City Streets: Walk the streets that witnessed iconic scenes, from the mob rebellion against King JoffreyCersei’sei’s Walk of Shame.

    Gradac Park: Experience the grandeur of the Purple Wedding between Margaery Tyrell and King Joffrey, filmed in this picturesque park.

    Fort Lovrijenac (St. Lawrence Fortress): Visit the Red Keep and witness the bay outside the fortress walls, the setting of the sea battle at Blackwater Bay. Entrance to the fort is included.

    City Walls: Explore the City walls, featuring Bokar Fort (scenes from the second and third seasons) and Minceta Tower (House of the Undying).

    Uncover the rich history and cinematic magic that make Dubrovnik an extraordinary destination.

    What's included?

    • Breakfast Breakfast
    • Accommodation Accommodation
    • Tour Tour
  • DAY 3
    City of Kotor, Montenegro
    City of Kotor, Montenegro

    Montenegro Golden Coast, Kotor, Perast & Budva

    Embark on today’s journey from Dubrovnik to the enchanting baroque town of Perast on the Balkan Peninsula. Immerse yourself in its historic heart, where centuries-old stories echo through narrow streets. A boat ride to Our Lady of the Rocks Island unveils a testament of devotion etched in stone—a unique artificial island church in the Adriatic that took almost 200 years to build.

    Continuing to Kotor, a living testament to medieval splendor, known as “The Lighthouse of Adriatic Charm,” you’ll discover a gem nestled in a dramatic fjord-like bay. Under the guidance of an experienced guide, stroll through the cobblestone streets of the Old Town, adorned with ancient fortifications, grand palaces, and the Cathedral of Saint Tryphon. Learn about the rich centuries-old history of this magical place, where civilizations have met and interwoven, leaving indelible marks.

    Encircled by majestic walls, the UNESCO-listed Old Town invites you to conquer the winding path to the San Giovanni Fortress. From the top, gaze upon the Bay of Kotor, a landscape where mountains and sea harmonize, creating an unforgettable memory.

    As the sun sets, your journey leads to Budva. Check into your comfortable accommodation and let the day’s experiences linger as you rest.

    What's included?

    • Breakfast Breakfast
    • Accommodation Accommodation
    • Cruise/Boat Cruise/Boat
  • DAY 4
    Perast in Kotor, Montenegro
    Perast in Kotor, Montenegro

    Montenegro’s Heart and Soul; Skadar Lake NP & Lovcen NP

    Discover two national parks, steep mountains, and serene waters in two distinct regions—a coastline and a mainland. Experience a leisure boat tour on Skadar Lake, the largest lake in the Balkans, while savoring local homemade snacks. Keep your eyes open for over 260 bird species migrating from Europe to Africa and abandoned islands reclaimed by Mother Nature. Skadar Lake’s extraordinary beauty, nestled among hills, mountains, and wild forests, will create lasting memories.

    Moving on to the mainland, head towards Cetinje, the Old Royal Capital of Montenegro, below Mount Lovcen, a symbol of the country’s glory. Despite its small size, Cetinje exudes hidden greatness, a place where Montenegro’s history was written. Every corner tells tales of bold Montenegrin warriors and their proud women, reflecting the country’s eternal desire for freedom on the Balkan Peninsula.

    The highlight is the world’s highest mausoleum atop Lovćen’s second-highest peak, Jezerski Vrh (1657m). Ascend the 461 steps to the entry guarded by granite giantesses.Inside, a 28-tonne Petar II Petrović Njegoš rests under a golden mosaic canopy. A rear pathway leads to a circular viewing platform, offering spectacular views that amaze George Bernard Shaw. Over 70% of Montenegro unfolds before your eyes.

    As the sun sets, descend Mount Lovcen via the 25 Serpentine Road, completing a day that feels like living a fairytale.

    What's included?

    • Breakfast Breakfast
    • Accommodation Accommodation
    • Tour Tour
    • Cruise/Boat Cruise/Boat
  • DAY 5
    Sveti Stefan, Budva, Montenegro
    Sveti Stefan, Budva, Montenegro

    Day at leisure in Budva

    Pause your sightseeing and relish a day at your leisure. Alternatively, optional for a guided tour of Budva’s old town and the iconic Sveti Stefan island.

    What's included?

    • Breakfast Breakfast
    • Accommodation Accommodation
  • DAY 6
    Ski Center, Kolasin, Montenegro
    Ski Center, Kolasin, Montenegro

    Bjelasica Jeep Safari, Biogradska Gora NP & Cooking Class (optional)

    Embark on a rugged adventure aboard sturdy jeeps, expertly equipped for conquering Mount Bjelasica’s challenging terrains on the Balkan Peninsula. With skilled guides leading the way, you’ll embark on an unforgettable off-road expedition, encountering jaw-dropping panoramas of majestic mountains, rolling hills, and expansive lush forests.

    Furthermore, explore authentic mountain houses, the ski center, Katun Vranjak, and enjoy a coffee break at 1750 meters above sea level. Additionally, experience the unique beauty of Vidikovac, which offers stunning views of three national parks: Prokletije, Durmitor, and Biogradska Gora.

    Optional Cooking Class: for an enticing twist in the tour, visit a traditional local household, where a delightful cooking class awaits. Immerse yourself in Montenegrin culture as you learn the secrets of preparing the national dish, Kacamak—a hearty and delicious cornmeal-based creation paired with a wide variety of local cheeses.

    Following this culinary adventure, savor the fruits of your labor with a hearty feast, surrounded by warm hospitality and the genuine warmth of Montenegrin culture.

    Finally, explore the pearl of Bjelasica Mountain—Biogradska Gora National Park. It is one of the last remaining virgin forests globally, with dense foliage that barely allows sunlight to penetrate, casting dappled shadows on the forest floor.

    In the heart of this untouched wilderness lies Biograd Lake, surrounded by towering trees, some over 500 years old, reaching heights of 60 meters. They are silent witnesses to time’s passage, inviting you to explore a world lost in time.

    What's included?

    • Breakfast Breakfast
    • Accommodation Accommodation
    • Tour Tour
  • DAY 7

    Free day and optional White Water Tara Rafting Tour

    Today is a free day. Our optional tour for you is the Water Tara Rafting Tour: Experience the ultimate adrenaline rush with Tara River Rafting – an ideal adventure for both beginners and seasoned thrill-seekers. Our skilled IRF-licensed guides prioritize your safety, ensuring a day filled with unforgettable adventure and lasting memories.

    Tara River stands out for its unique feature – the water is entirely drinkable, allowing you to quench your thirst while navigating the rapids. Home to Europe’s deepest canyon (1330m), Tara surrounds you with awe-inspiring cliffs, lush forests, intriguing caves, and mesmerizing waterfalls.

    Prepare for an exciting journey featuring thrilling rapids, refreshing swimming stops, cliff jumping, and countless unforgettable moments. Step away from stress and immerse yourself in the embrace of nature. This exceptional tour offers an opportunity to connect with loved ones, including yourself, and find solace in the beauty of the world around you.

    After your adventurous day, transfer to your overnight accommodation in Zabljak. Recharge and relive the excitement of your Tara River Rafting experience in the comfort of your hotel.

    What's included?

    • Breakfast Breakfast
    • Accommodation Accommodation
  • DAY 8
    Durmitor National Park, Montenegro
    Durmitor National Park, Montenegro

    Durmitor NP, The Black Lake & Tara Bridge

    Durmitor, a stunning mountain range, is renowned for its rugged peaks, crystal-clear glacial lakes, and untouched wilderness. Soaring to over 2,500 meters, Durmitor features some of the Balkans’ highest and most dramatic peaks.

    Additionally, it is home to “Mountain Eyes”—18 glacial lakes, the most iconic being Crno Jezero or Black Lake.
    Named for its deep, dark waters reflecting the surrounding forests and mountains, Black Lake creates a truly breathtaking and mystical landscape. The majestic snow-capped Medjed (Bear) peak provides a dramatic backdrop. Furthermore, hike around the lake, soaking in the surrounding beauty, or take a boat out onto its crystal-clear waters.

    Experience a remarkable encounter at the captivating Djurdjevica Tara Bridge, a true architectural marvel and Montenegrin pride. Towering 172 meters above the rushing waters of the Tara River, this bridge was once Europe’s largest concrete bridge.

    Notably, it stands as a work of art that has captivated the imagination of artists, architects, and engineers worldwide, earning a spot among the world’s top 10 most enchanting bridges—a testament to its timeless allure.

    What's included?

    • Breakfast Breakfast
    • Accommodation Accommodation
    • Tour Tour
  • DAY 9
    Market street scene in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Market street scene in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

    Sarajevo Arrival and Exploration

    Upon arrival in Sarajevo, check in at a city center hotel for a well-deserved rest. Explore Sarajevo independently, absorbing its charm and history. Delight in a delicious dinner at a local restaurant, fully immersing yourself in the city’s ambiance.

    What's included?

    • Breakfast Breakfast
    • Accommodation Accommodation
    • Transfer Transfer
  • DAY 10
    The Academy of fine arts in Sarajevo, Bosnia
    The Academy of fine arts in Sarajevo, Bosnia

    Discover Sarajevo; Sarajevo Siege Tour

    Explore the Fall of Yugoslavia – Sarajevo Siege Tour, the city’s most popular excursion. Led by experienced local guides, delve into the rich and, at times, turbulent history of Sarajevo and the broader Balkan region.

    Firstly, over the past century, Sarajevo has been at the center of the world three times. In 1914, the city witnessed the Assassination that triggered World War I. In 1984, it hosted the XIV Winter Olympic Games in communist Yugoslavia. Just eight years later, in 1992, the war began in Bosnia and Herzegovina, resulting in the longest siege in modern warfare—the Siege of Sarajevo.

    Embark on an unforgettable journey commencing at the iconic Yellow Fortress, a symbol of Sarajevo’s enduring resilience. Traverse landscapes of turmoil and triumph, stepping into the shoes of wartime survivors and paying respects at the solemn Kovači Cemetery.

    Moreover, continue the exploration of historic landmarks, from the poignant Markale market to the inspiring Tunnel of Hope and the storied Sarajevo Olympic Complex. Trace the legacy of the Dayton Peace Agreement and ascend Trebević Mountain, where the iconic Bob Sleigh Track stands as a testament to the city’s unyielding spirit.

    Beyond the historic sites, absorb local stories of love during wartime, art amidst bullet rain, the significance of symbolic red shapes in Sarajevo’s asphalt, and the triumph of the human will to survive.

    Enjoy free time and lunch alone, or extend the day with your local guide to an optional Sarajevo Food & Craft Tour (up to 3 hours). For an authentic experience, delve into the local life, cuisine, and way of living in Sarajevo.

    Visit the oldest streets in the city, explore workshops, and savor savory and sweet traditional Bosnian specialties. Begin at a hidden gem in the historic center, where you’ll taste the freshest bakery goods and discover why it’s a local institution. Navigate secret streets in the Old Town, each holding captivating legends and beautiful stories.

    What's included?

    • Breakfast Breakfast
    • Accommodation Accommodation
    • Tour Tour
  • DAY 11
    Visoko Pyramids in Bosnia
    Visoko Pyramids in Bosnia

    Bosnian Pyramids Tour - Day tour to ancient Visoko pyramids

    Experience something unique and mystical on the Balkan Peninsula. Join the ranks of visitors who have felt the incredible energy within the pyramids—an archaeological phenomenon that experts deem worthy of intensive exploration.

    Moreover, in the Visoko Pyramids Valley, discover five remarkable structures: The Pyramid of the Sun, the Pyramid of the Moon, the Pyramid of Love, the Pyramid of the Bosnian Dragon, and the Temple of Mother Earth.

    Notably, the Pyramid of the Sun (Visočica) surpasses even the height of the Pyramid of Cheops in Egypt, making it the tallest pyramid in the world.

    Explore Park Ravne, a captivating natural complex near the entrance to the underground labyrinth. Active archaeological sites within the park include the entrance to second-level tunnels, the shaped hill “the bell tower” with measured energy phenomena, and various features like a platform for yoga and meditation, a concert stage, stone circles for aura amplification, megalithic blocks in a punctual circle, an underground spiral, a double stone labyrinth, and a spiral botanical garden.

    This unique energy park is unparalleled in southern Europe. Conclude your journey with a visit to the underground Labyrinth Ravne, revealing an ancient network of tunnels and chambers.

    Illuminated and featuring two-meter tunnel heights, the labyrinth boasts high concentrations of negative ions that cleanse the blood and body of viruses and bacteria. With over 1000 meters of tunnels open to the public, explore the “healing room” and the mega–ceramic K-2 before departing—a special energy-potent place ideal for meditations.

    Return to Sarajevo, where you’ll have free time for dinner.

    What's included?

    • Breakfast Breakfast
    • Accommodation Accommodation
    • Tour Tour
  • DAY 12
    Travnik Town in Bosnia, Herzegovina
    Travnik Town in Bosnia, Herzegovina

    Relaxation in Sarajevo / optional full-day tour “Medieval Bosnia, Travnik and Jajace Tour”

    Take a day off from sightseeing and unwind in Sarajevo on the Balkan Peninsula. Additionally, explore Vrelo Bosne, a serene park at the base of Mount Igman. Wander its trails, reveling in lush greenery and crystal-clear springs, or stroll along Vilsonovo Setaliste, a tranquil riverside promenade by the Miljacka River. Don’t miss the chance to admire Sarajevo from its viewpoints.

    Consider the optional “Medieval Bosnia, Travnik, and Jajce Tour,” a delightful full-day guided excursion from Sarajevo. Furthermore, explore central Bosnia, visiting its two most beautiful and historically significant towns. Discover Travnik, a vizier town with a beautiful fortress, “Blue Water,” and other attractions. Later, explore the royal town of Jajce, its medieval catacombs, and enjoy one of Bosnia’s most beautiful waterfalls—the Jajce Waterfall. Explore Pliva lakes and the incredible 4-century-old Pliva Watermills.

    What's included?

    • Breakfast Breakfast
    • Accommodation Accommodation
  • DAY 13
    Mostar Bridge, Bosnia
    Mostar Bridge, Bosnia

    Sarajevo to Mostar Guided Tour

    Depart from Sarajevo and journey approximately 130 kilometers to Mostar. Upon arrival, engage in a guided tour of Mostar’s iconic sights, from the UNESCO-protected Stećak medieval tombstones to the renowned Old Bridge.

    Furthermore, discover why Mostar is often referred to as the European Jerusalem, with five mosques, two Orthodox Churches, two Jewish synagogues, and one Catholic Church, all within less than one square kilometer.

    Explore the 450-year-old Mostar diving tradition on the Balkan Peninsula, a test of courage deeply rooted in history. Additionally, stroll through the ancient bazaar, Kujundžiluk, the oldest part of Mostar that has retained its appearance since the mid-16th century. Paired with the Old Bridge, the old bazaar forms a miraculous and unique architectural complex.

    Moreover, this program authentically focuses on history, cuisine, coffee, monuments, tradition, handicrafts, and culture. After a lunch break, transfer to your selected hotel in Mostar (Hotel Mepas 5*, BB). Furthermore, check in and enjoy free time to explore at your own pace.

    What's included?

    • Breakfast Breakfast
    • Accommodation Accommodation
    • Tour Tour
  • DAY 14
    Scenic view of Buna-spring and tekke in Blagaj, Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Scenic view of Buna-spring and tekke in Blagaj, Bosnia and Herzegovina

    Discover Herzegovina: Blagaj, Pocitelj, and Kravice Waterfalls

    Explore Herzegovina’s rich history, traditions, countryside, waterfalls, and culinary delights from Mostar on the Balkan Peninsula, guided by a knowledgeable local expert.

    Moreover, a brief ten-minute ride through green valleys and stunning views brings us to Fortica Hill. Stretching about 35 meters long and 15 meters high above the slopes, the Fortica skywalk offers breathtaking views of the entire city of Mostar. It’s a perfect spot to appreciate the hypnotic play of vibrant colors.

    Blagaj

    The old town of Blagaj is a unique blend of history, religion, and nature. Carved into a breathtaking cliff in the 16th century, the Dervish house allows you to soak in the bright sun, blue sky, and freshwater from Buna Spring, one of Europe’s strongest springs.

    Buna Channel

    Moreover, at the meeting point of the Buna and Neretva rivers, Buna Channel showcases the blue-green beauty of the Neretva flowing through a natural channel created a thousand years ago. Additionally, the confluence offers a splendid display of colors, a harmonious blend of water, greenery, and stone that changes with the seasons and water levels.

    Počitelj

    Constructed in the 14th century on the order of Bosnian king Tvrtko, the medieval stone town of Počitelj is often dubbed Bosnia and Herzegovina’s ‘open-air museum.’ Nestled in a natural karst amphitheater on the Neretva River, it boasts stunning oriental architecture and an Ottoman feel. Furthermore, in Počitelj, relish figs, grapes, pomegranates, and other organic fruits.

    Kravice Waterfalls

    Kravice Waterfalls offer a peaceful oasis where you can swim, canoe, relax on nearby beaches, enjoy a cold drink with a scenic view, or savor delicious local specialties in nearby restaurants. Additionally, it’s a lively oasis, a haven of fun, and a beloved destination for all.

    Mostar War Museum

    Conclude the Discover Herzegovina tour with a visit to the small outdoor Mostar War Museum. Furthermore, in a short 15-minute session, gain insights into the recent war and the events between the lines, enriched by first-hand stories from your local guide’s experiences.

    What's included?

    • Breakfast Breakfast
    • Accommodation Accommodation
    • Tour Tour
  • DAY 15
    Split, Croatia
    Split, Croatia

    Mostar free time and Transfer to Split

    Upon checking out from the hotel, enjoy a free morning to explore the city or relax at your leisure. Take the opportunity to visit any remaining sights or indulge in some shopping for souvenirs. Afterward, transfer to Split and check into your accommodation.

    What's included?

    • Breakfast Breakfast
    • Accommodation Accommodation
  • DAY 16
    Street of Split, Croatia
    Street of Split, Croatia

    Split Guided Walking Tour - From Roman to Modern Times

    Embark on a private walking tour through the cobbled streets of Split, journeying 1,700 years back in time. Trace the remarkable evolution of this city from the construction of the Diocletian Palace in 305 CE to its current status as Croatia’s vibrant second-largest city.

    Commence your adventure at the iconic Golden Gate of the Diocletian Palace on the Balkan Peninsula, a doorway into a world where ancient history comes to life. Additionally, marvel at the remnants of a palace that once stood as a testament to the grandeur of the Roman Empire, now forming about half the Old Town of Split.
    Pause to take in the open colonnades in the central Peristyle square of the palace. Furthermore, proceed to the impressive Saint Domnius Cathedral, a living testament to time’s endurance and the oldest continually used Catholic cathedral in its original form.

    Enrich your experience with the captivating tale of Gregory of Nin by his statue in Giardin Park. Additionally, stroll along the picturesque Riva promenade, treating your senses to the vistas of Marjan Hill and the enchanting Adriatic Sea.

    Conclude your expedition at the Golden Gate, where it began. Moreover, enjoy free time in Split for a delightful lunch or dinner, savoring must-try Dalmatian wines. The adventure continues with immersion in Split’s lively nightlife, where the city truly comes alive with energy and excitement.

    What's included?

    • Breakfast Breakfast
    • Accommodation Accommodation
    • Tour Tour
  • DAY 17
    Plitvice National Park, Croatia
    Plitvice National Park, Croatia

    Plitvice National Park & Trogir

    Explore Croatia’s oldest and largest national park, a UNESCO World Heritage site on the Balkan Peninsula, and marvel at its turquoise-blue waterfall waters. Additionally, witness cascades of clear water flowing smoothly as you traverse the park’s pristine natural grounds and enjoy a boat cruise to the lower lakes.

    Begin the tour on foot, guided through the woods. Cross Gornja Jezera, the upper lakes, and continue by boat to Donja Jezera, the lower lakes, accompanied by the soothing sound of waterfalls. Approach the Great Falls, standing 78 meters (256 feet) high, and experience the thunderous roar of water hitting the ground. Visit Outlook Cave, famed for a scene in Karl May’s movie, “Treasure of Silver Lake.” Conclude your journey with a panoramic boat tour to let your impressions gently settle.

    This spectacular national park boasts dramatic scenery with cascading waterfalls, enchanting blue-green lakes, dense forests, and wooden paths guiding you from one amazing place to another.

    In the afternoon, visit the town of happiness – Trogir. Experience the magic of this unique town with a leisurely walk and explore all the historic landmarks of the medieval city. The entire island has been under UNESCO since 1997, earning the town the nickname of an open-air museum.

    While strolling below the Promenade/Riva in Trogir, be captivated by the wide branches of palm trees filled with people enjoying coffee in the Dalmatian way. Yes, the Dalmatian way… Curious?

    What's included?

    • Breakfast Breakfast
    • Accommodation Accommodation
    • Tour Tour
  • DAY 18
    Old Town of Trogir, Croatia
    Old Town of Trogir, Croatia

    Day at leisure in Split

    Enjoy a day of relaxation by taking a break from sightseeing. Head to one of the nearby beaches, like Bacvice or Kasjuni, to soak up the sun.

    Alternatively, opt for a boat trip to explore the natural beauty of nearby islands such as Hvar or Brač.

    Optional for today will be the 5 Islands Day Tour With Blue Cave:

    Discover the Blue Cave, a mesmerizing natural wonder on the picturesque island of Biševo on the Balkan Peninsula, offering crystal clear sea and captivating shades of blue. Additionally, this breathtaking experience continues to Stiniva Cove, home to a beach recognized as one of Europe’s most beautiful.

    Our third stop is Budikovac Island, which boasts a unique story and invites snorkelers to explore its crystal-clear turquoise waters or unwind on the boat’s sundeck.

    Hvar town, known as the sunniest European town, awaits you with opportunities for lunch, sightseeing, swimming, and immersing yourself in the scent of lavender and the town’s vibrant atmosphere. Also, the journey takes us to the Pakleni islands, renowned for their beaches, coves, and beach bars.

    In the evening, savor the delights of a traditional Dalmatian dinner at a local konoba (tavern).

    What's included?

    • Breakfast Breakfast
    • Accommodation Accommodation
  • DAY 19
    Sibenik, Croatia
    Sibenik, Croatia

    Walking Tour of Sibenik

    Embark on a journey from Split to Šibenik, traversing between two captivating worlds. Furthermore, upon arrival, immerse yourself in the heart of Šibenik through a guided walking tour that vividly paints the town’s stories. Explore its charming streets and delve into the tales of history, architecture, and cultural heritage.

    Visit the UNESCO-listed St. James’s Cathedral on the Balkan Peninsula, a Renaissance masterpiece adorned with remarkable stonework by two influential medieval masters from 15th-century Dalmatia. Additionally, as you meander through medieval pathways, encounter the echoes of history, admire the elegant Town Hall, and ascend St. Michael’s Fortress for breathtaking town views.

    After the guided tour, Šibenik becomes your canvas for exploration. Moreover, roam the streets, uncover hidden corners, and immerse yourself in the local ambiance at your own pace, creating your personal tapestry of memories.

    What's included?

    • Breakfast Breakfast
    • Accommodation Accommodation
    • Tour Tour
  • DAY 20
    Krka National Park, Croatia
    Krka National Park, Croatia

    Krka National Park & Wine Tasting

    Explore Krka National Park on a day tour from Split on the Balkan Peninsula. Upon arrival, traverse the wooden path through the park and uncover a green oasis teeming with endemic species of birds, fish, and butterflies.

    Visit the charming ethno-village, where traditional costumes and crafts come to life. Explore the small house dedicated to Nikola Tesla and witness the ancient watermills. Behold the Jaruga hydroelectric power plant below the Skradinski buk, the second oldest in the world and the oldest in Europe.
    Furthermore, after a guided exploration of the park, enjoy a leisurely boat ride to Skradin. Stroll through the quaint town, ascend the fortress for panoramic views, savor a cocktail or lunch at local bars and restaurants, or take a refreshing swim at a nearby beach where the Krka River meets the sea.

    Conclude your journey with a visit to Plastovo village, where you’ll meet a local winemaker. Indulge in samples of exquisite Dalmatian wine, homemade olive oil, cheese, and bread, creating a sensory experience before returning to Split.

    What's included?

    • Breakfast Breakfast
    • Accommodation Accommodation
    • Tour Tour
  • DAY 21

    Farewell from Šibenik to Dubrovnik International Airport

    Conclude your Šibenik adventure with the check-out process, followed by a transfer to Dubrovnik International Airport. As you bid farewell to Šibenik, cherish the memories that have enriched every step of this remarkable program.

    What's included?

    • Breakfast Breakfast
    • Transfer Transfer

PRICES

Starting from $7200 per person

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HIGHLIGHT

What’s Included?

20 Nights with breakfast included in 4-star and 5-star hotels

    • 2-night in Dubrovnik – Hotel Lapad
    • 3-night in Budva – Hotel WOW
    • 1-night in Kolasin – Hotel Bianca Resort & Spa
    • 2-night in Zabljak – Hotel SOA
    • 4-night in Sarajevo – Residence Inn by Marriott
    • 2-night in Mostar – Hotel Mepas
    • 5-night in Split – Heritage Hotel 19
    • 2-night in Sibenik – Armerun Heritage Hotel & Residences
  • Private airport transfers in and out of Dubrovnik Airport
  • Local Tour Guide services are included in all cities
  • Boat ride to the Our Lady of the Rocks island; Entry ticket to the church and museum
  • Entrance tickets to the Museum and National Park in the program are included

Sightseeing Highlights Included

  • Explore the UNESCO-listed Dubrovnik Old Town
  • Visit the charming baroque town of Perast
  • Admire the city of Kotor, known as “The Lighthouse of Adriatic Charm”
  • Experience a leisure boat tour on Skadar Lake
  • Visit Cetinje, the Old Royal Capital of Montenegro
  • Bjelasica Jeep Safari in Biogradska Gora NP
  • Discover the world’s highest mausoleum atop Lovćen’s second-highest peak
  • Boat tour on Skadar Lake NP
  • Entry tickets for Skadar Lake NP & Lovcen NP and for mausoleum
  • Visit Durmitor National Park to see crystal-clear glacial lakes and untouched wilderness, including the entry ticket
  • Experience the most popular siege tour in Sarajevo with entry tickets
  • Day tour to ancient Visoko pyramids in Bosnia, including the entry tickets
  • Mostar Guided Tour in Bosnia
  • Discover Herzegovina: Blagaj, Pocitelj, and Kravice Waterfalls
  • Split Guided Walking Tour – From Roman to Modern Times
  • Plitvice National Park & Trogir is the town of Happiness
  • Discover the charming town of Trogir and the vibrant color of the Blue Lagoon on a guided boat tour.
  • Walking Tour of Sibenik vividly paints the town’s stories
  • Visit Krka National Park
  • Explore the small house dedicated to Nikola Tesla
  • Wine tasting in Plastovo village

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