AMBIANCE COLOURS

Dalmatia, Herzegovina and Central Croatia


Day 1. Zadar - Šibenik - Split * Arrival
A tour of Zadar includes the port and the old town with St Donatus Church (sv. Donat) dating from the 9th century. Owing to its impressive size, the church is considered one of Croatia's major pre-Romanesque buildings. The old town abounds in remains from the time of the Roman conquests. It was an administrative centre during the Byzantine rule in Dalmatia. Departure for Šibenik. A tour of the old town of Šibenik includes the Cathedral, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2001. The tour continues towards Trogir. Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 2. Trogir - Split - Gradac
You will have the opportunity to see two more towns which are protected by UNESCO. A tour of the town of Trogir, which is considered an outstanding example of the continuous urban development. The angular layout of this antique town dating back to the Hellenistic time was, in the course of many centuries, enhanced by numerous public and private buildings and fortresses. In addition to beautiful Romanesque churches, some outstanding Renaissance and Baroque buildings from the Venetian time have also been preserved in Trogir. A visit to Split, Dalmatia's capital, highlighting its port and Diocletian's Palace. The remains of Diocletian's Palace, constructed between the late 3rd and the early 4th century, are scattered all over the city. The Cathedral, the one time mausoleum, was constructed in the Middle Ages. Also located in the old part of the city are Romanesque churches from the 12th and the 13th century, Medieval forts, Gothic palaces and other buildings in the Renaissance and Baroque styles. Lunch in Split, and departure for Gradac. Dinner and overnight stay at a nearby hotel.

Day 3. Gradac - Međugorje - Mostar - Dubrovnik
We continue our tour driving towards a country which abounds in diverse cultures and religions that have existed there for many centuries. We will have the opportunity to see Međugorje, one of the major and most frequently visited Catholic shrines. From 1981 onwards, Our Lady has been appearing to a group of young people conveying messages of peace. Međugorje has been visited by millions of pilgrims from all over the world. The tour continues towards Mostar, that used to be a major trade centre during the Turkish occupation. We shall visit the old part of the town, which bears inerasable marks of the Turkish rule (Old Marketplace and a Mosque). Departure for Dubrovnik.

Day 4. Dubrovnik
A guided tour of Dubrovnik, whose entire Old City is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The impressive city walls offer a view of the Old City with its Cathedral, the main street Stradun, the Rector's Palace and the Dominican Monastery. Free time for individual sightseeing.

Day 5. Dubrovnik - Montenegro - Dubrovnik
This excursion is an opportunity to admire natural beauty of the Montenegrin coast, which abounds in historic attractions. After a bus ride through the areas of Župa Dubrovačka and Konavle, we will pass by the Montenegrin towns of Risan, Perast and Kotor located on the Bay of Kotor coast. A visit to Kotor highlights its picturesque alleys and Cathedral. We will continue our tour driving along a winding mountain road to the village of Njeguši, the birth place of Petar Petrović Njegoš II, where one can buy home-made cottage cheese, smoked ham and wine. A drive towards Cetinje follows. In the one time capital of Montenegro, we shall pay a visit to the King Nikola Museum. After that we will head for the coast and stop at a belvedere offering a magnificent view of the isle of St Stephen. After a tour of the old part of Budva, we will continue our trip towards Dubrovnik, using a ferry boat to shorten the ride.

Day 6. Dubrovnik - Plitvice
The road leads along the beautiful well-indented Adriatic coast towards the River Neretva delta, called with good reason «the Croatian California». A short stop in the walled town of Ston. The bus ride continues along the Makarska Riviera with a string of small resorts with magnificent beaches shaded by pine trees. Heading for the hinterlands, we will have a lunch break in Trilj located in the valley of the River Cetina. Departure for Plitvice.

Day 7. Plitvice National Park - Zagreb
A visit to the Plitvice Lakes National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Abounding in different kinds of trees, such as silver pine, ash, beech, spruce and maple, this mountain region contains 16 beautiful lakes interconnected with countless brooks and waterfalls. The park is home to more than 150 species of birds, and mammals including bears and wolves.

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