A TALE OF THREE COUNTRIES

Discovering Croatia, Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina


 

Day 1. Split
Arrival

Day 2. Split - Dubrovnik
A tour of Split including the city centre, Diocletian's Palace, built in the 3rd century when the city experienced its most prosperous period. The Cathedral of St Dominus (Sveti Duje), which originally served as Diocletian's mausoleum, is located at the palace’s very centre. The historic centre of Split offers an impressive mixture of different architectural styles: from antique remains to Gothic and Renaissance palaces. A visit to Diocletian's Palace follows, including its cellars and the Peristyle.

Day 3. Dubrovnik – City Tour
During a panoramic tour of Dubrovnik, we will stop at a belvedere offering a magnificent view of the entire walled city and its towers, suburbs and nearby islands. The tour continues with a visit to the Dominican Monastery, housing extremely valuable paintings, and a walk towards the Cathedral - whose Baroque facade is reminiscent of Roman churches - and the city bell tower.

Day 4. Dubrovnik - Mostar - Dubrovnik
A visit to Bosnia and Herzegovina, a country well-known for its cultural and religious diversity. We will stop in the little town of Počitelj, famous for its ancient fortress built on a 600 metre high cliff overlooking the Neretva River Valley. The town has preserved its original oriental architectural style, its major attraction being a mosque with a minaret. The tour continues towards Mostar. Mostar's old town once served as a border town which developed under Turkish rule in the 15th and 16th centuries, as well as under Austro-Hungarian rule in the 19th and 20th centuries. The town's major attraction is the Old Bridge, included on UNESCO's World Heritage List in 2005. We will visit Mostar's old town built in the Turkish style including the old market place and a Turkish house.

Day 5. Dubrovnik - Montenegro - Dubrovnik
The Montenegrin coast and the Bay of Kotor are also known as the Adriatic Fiord. We shall take a tour of the town of Kotor built on the slopes of Mount Lovćen. The town walls were constructed during Venetian rule. Kotor abounds in monuments from this period, as well as that belonging to the Romanesque architectural style. A walk through the picturesque streets will take us to the Cathedral of St Tryphon (Sveti Tripun). The excursion continues with the tour of the old walled town of Budva.

Day 6. Dubrovnik - Plitvice
A boat ride along the Adriatic coast to the Makarska Riviera and its numerous attractive tourist resorts and beaches shadowed by pine trees. The tour continues towards the Dalmatian hinterland. We will have a lunch in the town of Trilj in the area of Cetinjska Krajina.

Day 7. Plitvice - Central Dalmatia
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.

Day 8. Central Dalmatia
Departure

 

 

 

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