Welcome to Zagreb! Proceed to hotel for check in. Start your sightseeing, of all important landmarks of the Lower and medieval Upper Town, such as the Stone Gate, Parliament, the Archbishop’s Palace and more.
Visit Plitvice lakes and enjoy the beauty of the National park, famous for its lakes, waterfalls, and forests. Continue to Bihac, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Visit 17-meters high Pliva waterfall. This natural beauty is located in the very center of the town Jajce and has been named one of twelve most beautiful waterfalls in the world. Visit Travnik, with its ancient fortress that overlooks the entire city and relax with a cup of coffee aside to emerald-green spring Plava voda.
Today you will see the main sights of the Old Town. During a walking tour through the center of town, you will see Bascarsija, Ottoman Bazar, City Hall, Latin Bridge, House of Spite, Gazi husrev bay Mosque, Ferhadija Street, East meet West and discover firsthand why many call Sarajevo a little Jerusalem.
Hear about the assasisination of the Archduke of Austria in 1914, the cause for the World War I, and see the main sights with a Local Guide. In the old Town called Bascarsija, you can find handmade souvenirs and try some traditional bosnian food. You will have a plenty of time to discover the streets of Sarajevo on your own in the afternoon.
Visit to the Musem Tunnel of War, where you will learn about the survival and siege of Sarajevo during the War in 1992-1995. Later enjoy the Spring of river Bosnia, a huge, vivid green park with the river Bosna flowing through it.
On your way to Mostar, you will have stop in Konjic. Konjic is famous for its wood carvers and the Stone bridge. In Jablanica, you can try famous Bosnian roasted lamb. In Mostar you will enjoy the Old bridge, the city’s icon, ordered by Suleiman the Magnificent and visit the Koski Mehmed Pasha Mosque with striking views of the river & surrounding town.
On the way to Herceg Novi, you will have two stops, in Dubrovnik and Kotor. Enjoy a walking tour in Dubrovnik with a Local Guide and explore distinctive Old Town, surrounded with massive stone walls with its preserved buildings. Dubrovnik is called the pearl of Adriatic sea, not without reason.
This morning you will enjoy a spectacular scenery and the amazing beauty of the Bay of Kotor will leave you breathless.Visit the ancient town of Budva, founded by the Greeks in the fourth century BC, and then fortified during the Middle Ages, marked with a series of sheltered coves and 15km of sand and beautiful beaches. Continue to Shkodra Lake, the largest lake in Southern Europe, with its untouched nature.
In Kruje, follow your Local Guide on a walking tour and learn about the turbulent history of this interesting part of the city, visit the Old Kruja Bazaar and Skanderbeg Square. Continue to Ohrid Lake.
This morning you will enjoy the astonishingly clean and crystal-clear water of the Ohrid lake, together with the amazing mountain have captivated visitors since prehistoric times.In the capital of Macedonia, you will meet your Local Guide and learn about Macedonia’s proud history and see its main sites, like the Memorial House of Mother Theresa, who come from here, the Millennium Cross, and the Alexander the Great statue on Macedonia Square.
Your vacation ends with breakfast this morning and transfer to Alexander the Great Airport.
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