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Departure Location
Zagreb, Croatia
Return Location
Sarajevo. BiH
  • Day 1
  • Day 2
  • Day 3
  • Day 4
  • Day 5
  • Day 6
  • Day 7
  • Day 8
  • Day 9
  • Day 10
Day 1

Zagreb Arrival

Arrival at Zagreb Airport. Meet and greet with our tour guide. We proceed for walking city tour: Capitol and Gradec, Zagreb Cathedral, city map, Dolac market, Stone Gate, St. Marc square, Ban Jelacic square. Lunch in a local restaurant. Free time. Check in the hotel, dinner and overnight in Zagreb.

Day 2

Zagreb – Plitvice National Park

Breakfast at the hotel. Check out and proceed to Zadar. On our way to Zagreb we will have a stop and visit the Plitvice National Park. Plitvice national park is under UNESCO protection since 1979. Guided walking tour in Plitvice


Day 3

Plitvice National Park - Zadar

After breakfast, continue to Zadar.  Upon arrival to Zadar We will have a guided city tour. We will visit the Old town in Zadar, Sea organ, Roman forum, Bell tower, People’s square. Hotel check in, overnight in Zadar.

Day 4

Zadar - Trogir – Split

Breakfast at hotel. Check out. Continue to Trogir, City tour. Free time, Proceed to Split, we will have a walking tour around the historical city centre and see the remnants of the Diocletian's Palace, which is recognized as the UNESCO world cultural heritage site.  You can enjoy your afternoon exploring the city, overnight in Split.

Day 5

Split – Ston - Dubrovnik

Breakfast at the hotel. Check out the hotel. Morning departure to Dubrovnik.  First stop we will make in Ston, medieval town. Ston oysters are of high quality. About 59km northwest of Dubrovnik, there are no big resorts or luxury hotels in Ston but there is great eating, great scenery, old stone houses and the longest fortifications in Europe.  Proceed to Dubrovnik. Hotel check in, overnight in Dubrovnik.

Day 6


Breakfast at the hotel. We spend the morning in Dubrovnik. We have a guided guided tour:  Old town (UNESCO heritage site), Stradun, Rector’s palace, Orlando column, Onofrio fountain, old harbor, church tower.Free time for personal ectivities. Optional Boat ride, Cable Car. Overnight in Dubrovnik.

Day 7

Dubrovnik – Počitelj – Kravice Waterfalls - Mostar

After breakfast and check out from the hotel, Drive to the city of Pocitelj, a small town near Mostar and a famous art colony, which has been representing  an inspiration and asylum for artists from all around  Europe for decades. Pocitelj is a place that will arouse even the best-hidden emotions  and fascinate with its tranquility and beauty for all time. Visit Hajji Alija mosque, Sisman- Ibrahim Pasha Madrasah, a hamam.  Proceed to Kravice Waterfalls ( Oasis in the Stone ), drive to Mostar. Overnight.

Day 8

Mostar – Blagaj ( Buna Springs ) - Sarajevo

Breakfast at the hotel.  Guided city a guided tour inside UNESCO protected Old town. Visit famous Old bridge, gallery of Old bridge. . After Mostar we will visit Blagaj, an Ottoman’s village Blagaj which is from XV century. This place is a very popular historical, natural and cultural destination in my country where visitors could feel unforgettable experience. We will visit Dervish Tekke and source of river Buna. Transfer to Sarajevo, on the way stop in Konjic. Overnight in Sarajevo

Day 9


Breakfast at the hotel . Guided city tour of Sarajevo: The beautiful Ottoman style mosques and architecture, the old quarters   still maintain an authentic   Ottoman   Carsija with oriental sweet shops, cafes, and traditional   Bosnian food. We will visit The Old City Hall, Old handcrafts street, Gazi Husrev bey's mosque, Clock Tower, Gazi Husrev bey's mausoleums (turbe), Kursumlija Madrasah, Emperor mosque, Latin Bridge. Overnight.

Day 10


Breakfast at the hotel. Free time. Transfer to International airport in Sarajevo. End of service.

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More about Sarajevo

Sarajevo was founded in the early 15th century, at the junction of Roman roads in an area inhabited since the Neolithic Age. It was a time of expansion of the Ottoman Empire over the Kingdom of Bosnia, a time of great social and cultural changes. Ishak Bey Ishaković is regarded as a founder of Sarajevo – he was the first to build a mosque, a court, a bridge, and several public institutions - but the fact is that the city was established by native inhabitants of this region, Bosniaks, many of whom had by then already converted to Islam, a religion that came to this part (Balkan) of the world with the Ottomans. A rapid development of crafts and trade made Sarajevo a rich town, a crossroad of religions and cultures, trade routes, and all sorts of travellers. In the 16th century it was one of the most affluent cities in this part of the Balkans, and it was during this period that some of the monumental buildings were built which to this day represent masterpieces of the architecture and civilisation of that age. A higher education institution was also established under the legacy of Gazi Husrev Bey in 1537, which in almost all its aspects mirrored the universities of other large cities in Europe. Sarajevo has been a cosmopolitan city ever since it was founded. It was a place of refuge and settlement of Jews expelled from Spain in the 15th century, who built their synagogues, Orthodox churches, and then Catholic cathedrals were also built.
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