Balkan tour 14 days
€5000 per person
Enjoy 2 weeks of stunning Balkan!
Zagreb is capital city of Croatia and also the largest city in the country. It is located in the northern part of country. Zagreb is proclaimed a free city in 13th century by Hungarian and Croatian king Béla IV. Today’s appearance the city got in the last 150 years.
Plitvice Lakes are the oldest and largest national park in the Republic of Croatia. It is situated in crossroads between southwest and northeast of Croatia. It was proclaimed national park in 1949 and in 1997. Was added to UNESCO world heritage list.
Split is second largest city in Croatia, and it carries continually status of city from the roman era. It first started as place for Roman Emperor Diocletian’s palace. The palace itself conserved architectural elements from the Roman times and blends them in perfect harmony with medieval elements, which resulted with breath-taking and narrow and twisty parts ideally made for exploring.
Mostar is a city of contrasts, culture, color and cuisine. The city is divided by not only the Neretva River that flows through it but also by religion and culture from one bank to the other. Mostar, in neighboring Bosnia and Herzegovina, is a memorable place to visit is where “east meets west” and where the journey to it is invigoratingly full of contrasts
The capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo is one of the most historically interesting cities in Europe. Its rich cultural heritage dates from the prehistoric period, through the era of Ottoman Empire and Austria-Hungarians, when most of significant objects and symbols of Sarajevo were built. Sarajevo is specific as a place where the people of the Roman Catholic west, Eastern Orthodox east and the Ottoman south met, lived and warred.
Dubrovnik is well known by the nickname “Pearl of Adriatic” that was given to it by George Bernard Shawbecause of its unique appearance. Because of its captivating beauty it was assignedas UNESCO world heritage in 1979. Breath-taking Old city is rounded with well-preserved and walkable two kilometre city walls. The city isknown especially among the youth as King’s Landing from the popular Game of Thrones TV series.
IncludedEnglish speaking driverGasEntrance to NP Plitvice LakesParking ticketsTollsWi-fi in EU, BiH, Montenegro and Serbia
Not IncludedEnterances for museumsMealsAccomodation for guestsGuides in Dubrovnik, Split and ZagrebAccomodation for driver
Please noteTour is appropriate for min. 4 people and max. 8 people
IncludedEnglish speaking driverEntrance to NP Plitvice LakesGasGuides in Zagreb, Split, Mostar, Sarajevo, Dubrovnik, Kotor, Tirana, Skopje and BeogradParking chargesTollsWi-fi in EU area, Montenegro, BiH and Serbia
Not IncludedAccommondationAccomodation for driverAll Museum TicketsBoat transportationCity tour of KotorCity tour of MostarDubrovnikEnterance for NP Krka, NP Plitvice Lakes and NP BrijuniEntrance to the Kravice waterfallsEntrances to the botanical gardensFerry ticketsGuideGuides for Dubrovnik, Split and ZagrebGuides for Dubrovnik, Split and ZagrebGuides in Zagreb, Sarajevo, Dubrovnik, Kotor, Tirana and BeogradHotel pick up/drop offLocal guideLocal guide in KotorLunchMealsMontenegro and SerbiaMostarTransfer with luxury carTransfer with luxury vehicleTransportTransportation feesTypical SouvenirVATWi-fi in vehicleWine tasting