Balkan tour – Croatia – Serbia – Bosnia & Herzegovina, 11 days

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Excellent tour for those who want to combine Croatian historical sights together with sights of Balcan capitals Belgrade and Sarajevo. Enjoy the difference!

Balkan tour – Croatia – Serbia – Bosnia & Herzegovina

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Day 1: Zagreb (D)

Welcome from our representative, transfer to the hotel. Short tour and introduction to the city. A welcome dinner in a traditional Zagreb tavern with local specialties.

Day 2: Zagreb – Ilok – Novi Sad - Beograd (B, L)

Visit to Ilok cellars – the biggest and most famous wine cellars in Croatia. Tour of the vineyard with a tourist train and visit to Ilok Museum. After lunch, departure for Novi Sad – the second largest city in Serbia known for its nickname “Serbian Athens”. Tour of the city and Petrovaradin Fortress with a beautiful view of the city. Overnight stay in Belgrade.

Day 3: Beograd (B, L)

Sightseeing of Serbia’s capital and Kalemegdan Fortress with the panorama of the city and confluence of Sava and Danube Rivers. After a traditional Serbian lunch, we visit the Nikola Tesla Museum and the Memorial Centre of Josip Broz Tito, a former Yugoslav president.

Day 4: Beograd - Tuzla - Sarajevo (B, L)

After Belgrade, we visit Tuzla, a city known for salt found in the depths of the earth, the result of drying up of the Pannonian Sea, pulled from the depths and turned into small salty Pannonian lakes near the city in 2003. After lunch, a drive to the charming capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo.

Day 5: Sarajevo (B)

Tour of the city with a great legacy of the Ottoman architecture and that was under siege for 4 years. Sightseeing of: Baščaršija Old Town, Bey’s Mosque, Emperor’s Mosque, Cathedral, synagogue. Visit to the Tunnel of Life – the only connection with the “outer” world during the city’s occupation, story about the war Sarajevo and struggle for survival. Free time to enjoy the traditional flavours of Sarajevo: ćevapi, coffee, pastries... 

Day 6: Sarajevo – Mostar – Medjugorje - Dubrovnik (B, L, D)

Tour of a Turkish city of Mostar and free time. On the way to Međugorje, we stop to visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site – a fortified town of Počitelj. Arrival to Međugorje – a famous Marian pilgrimage site and a story about its history. Lunch in Herceg Ethno village in Međugorje, a tourist complex built in a traditional village style consisting of 50 stone buildings. Overnight stay in Dubrovnik.

Day 7: Dubrovnik (B, L, D)

Today is reserved to visit and enjoy the town called the Pearl of the Adriatic from ancient times, the old town of which is a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site. Starting with the Onofrio’s Fountain to the city Bell Tower, each step along Stradun is a unique experience par excellence. After sightseeing, lunch and free time for individual exploration of the city.

Day 8: Dubrovnik – Ston – Split (B, D)

On the way to the north, we stop in a small town of Ston, where we visit the Walls of Ston, second largest defensive walls in the world, and enjoy the most delicious oysters in the world from a bay near Mali Ston. Later we arrive to Split and visit the main city’s attraction Diocletian’s Palace, a residential palace of the Roman emperor Diocletian built 1,700 years ago, also the UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Day 9: Split – Trogir - Zadar (B, D)

We leave the “most beautiful city in the world” and stop in the town of Trogir, the town included in the UNESCO World Heritage Site that offers Romanesque-Gothic attractions and a famous Cathedral of St. Lawrence. Arrival to Zadar and tour of the town: Church of St. Donatus (Zadar’s trademark), Church of St. Anastasia, Church of St. Chrysogonus, unique sea organ, Greeting to the Sun, Roman Forum...

Day 10: Zadar – Plitvice Lakes – Rastoke – Zagreb (B)

Drive to Croatia’s mountain region and the National Park - Plitvice Lakes - UNESCO World Heritage Site. Walk around the beautiful crystal clear lakes and waterfalls. Short break in the village of Rastoke, dating back to the 17th century, known for its old water mills and a unique natural ambient. Overnight stay in Zagreb.

Day 11: Zagreb (B)

Half-day city tour. Free time for shopping and individual sightseeing. Transfer to the airport or optional continuation of your journey.


- transport in an air-conditioned tourist vehicle (bus or van)

- experienced guide during the entire journey, sightseeing according to the program

- 10 nights in hotel accommodation with breakfast (B) and dinner (D) as per the itinerary (hotels 3* or 4* depending on what the group wants)

- lunch (L) in traditional restaurants or taverns as per the program.

Not included:

- services and activities that are not listed in the itinerary (personal expenses, tips...).

Available languages: English, French, German, Spanish and Italian.
Possible modification of the itinerary and services depending on what the group wants.

Send inquiry

More info on:
00385/1-4819-805; 00385/1-4811-389
or contact E-mail