Croatia Montenegro Bosnia Herzegovina


    1. 4 nights of accommodation with breakfast
    2. Explore Dubrovnik-s UNESCO-listed medieval Old Town with a private guide
    3. Discover Montenegro-s Bay of Kotor and the ancient coastal towns nearby
    4. Visit the historical towns of Po-itelj and Mostar in Bosnia-HerzegovinaTransport by private vehicle

Day 1 : Dubrovnik

Arrive into Dubrovnik Airport and relax with a private transfer to your hotel. Enjoy a relaxing afternoon free of activities, to rest and prepare yourself for the forthcoming adventure! Overnight in Dubrovnik

Day 2: Dubrovnik Old Town (B)

After breakfast, meet your guide at Pile Gate, the ancient entrance to Dubrovnik-s medieval Old Town. This ancient walled city by the Adriatic Sea, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is widely believed to date as far back as the 7th century. The history here is captivating. Stroll along the main street that runs through the Old Town, and stop to marvel at Orlando-s Column - a symbol of the freedom the city now enjoys. Visit some of the most important sites in Dubrovnik, such as the ancient Rector-s Palace and the Franciscan monastery, and listen as your guide reveals some of the fascinating stories hidden behind the age-old stone walls. At the conclusion of your tour, enjoy the rest of the day at your leisure. Overnight in Dubrovnik

Day 3: Dubrovnik - Montenegro - Dubrovnik (B)

Enjoy breakfast in your hotel, and then leave by minivan to the neighboring country of Montenegro for a full-day tour. Less than an hour-s drive from Dubrovnik, the Montenegro coast boasts a rare natural beauty and a wonderful range of interesting historical sites.Travel through the scenic valleys of Zupa Dubrovacka and Konavle, and around the idyllic Bay of Kotor. Spend time in the nearby coastal towns of Risan and Perast, and learn how these once mighty settlements are now better-known for their fishing and maritime traditions. Here, you have the option of taking a boat trip to Our Lady of the Rocks, a tiny island off the coast of Perast in the Bay of Kotor. Continue along the coast to the ancient Mediterranean port of Kotor, and the nearby beaches by the charming seaside town of Budva. Hear of the many historical monuments in the area, enjoy stunning views over to the Sveti Stefan peninsula and take the time to capture this beautiful landscape on camera. When your time in the Bay of Kotor comes to an end, relax on the ferry journey across the bay and back to Dubrovnik. Relax at leisure in the evening. Overnight in Dubrovnik

Day 4: Dubrovnik - Bosnia-Herzegovina - Dubrovnik (B)

Start the day with breakfast, and then head off on a day trip to Bosnia-Herzegovina. Pause along the way on the bridge outside Dubrovnik, and enjoy the spectacular views of the ancient city that the location affords. Travel onward by minivan along the Adriatic coastline as your guide points out the sights of special interest, and stop for a little while in the town of Neum. This delightful coastal town is an ideal shopping spot, and the perfect place to stop for a coffee in the sun. Any refreshments are at your own expense. From here, continue through the picturesque delta of the Neretva River to the historic town of Pocitelj, where you can enjoy free time for sightseeing and relaxation. Dating back to the 15th century, the riverside town of Pocitelj is a fine example of the medieval architecture prevalent in this part of the world. Hop back into your minivan and continue onward to Medjugorje, a town in the Herzegovina region near the Croatian border. Medjugorje is a very spiritual place, and a famous pilgrimage site. Many people in the Catholic world believe the Virgin Mary appeared here in 1981, and since that time Medjugorje has been visited by people from all over the world. Your next stop is Mostar, a charming city on the Neretva River. Over the centuries, Mostar has been a place where people of many different religions, backgrounds and cultures have existed. As a result, Mostar is today considered by many to be the Herzegovina region's cultural capital. Explore with your guide, and see evidence of Mostar-s rich cultural heritage. Visit the Old Bridge (Stari Most) -and an important local landmark - and perhaps pose for a photograph or two. Explore the Nesuh-Aga Vucjakovic Mosque, the synagogue and the many other sites of special interest. Enjoy a little free time to explore at your leisure, before heading back to Dubrovnik to relax. Overnight in Dubrovnik

Day 5: Dubrovnik (B) - Departure

After a final hotel breakfast, wave a fond farewell to Dubrovnik and finish your tour with a Dubrovnik Airport transfer.