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Discover the Marvels of the Balkans

Unveiling the Beauty: Advantages of a Tri-Country Expedition

Ready for an extraordinary adventure? Visit Croatia, Montenegro, and Bosnia and immerse yourself in the beauty of the Balkans. Let’s journey together through enchanting landscapes and diverse cultures.

Diverse Landscapes, One Journey

Marvel at the varied landscapes as you effortlessly traverse Croatia’s coastal beauty, Montenegro’s majestic mountains, and Bosnia’s historic charm. Our Croatia, Montenegro, and Bosnia road trip will showcase the uniqueness of each country.

Cultural Immersion

Engage with the vibrant local cultures of Croatia, Montenegro, and Bosnia. From medieval towns to breathtaking natural landscapes, experience the authenticity of the Balkans through the eyes of the locals.

Culinary Delights

Savour the distinct flavours of Balkan cuisine. When on your journey, you will have the ability to taste different national dishes from each country. The different countries offer distinct tastes and cultures, so be certain your journey will be unforgettable. 

Historical Treasures

Step back in time as you explore the historical wonders of these countries. The Balkan peninsula has well-preserved historically significant landmarks from the medieval past. Discover ancient remains and historically significant landmarks on your unique tour. 

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#1 Croatia / Montenegro / Bosnia – 10 Days Tour

Duration: 10 days, 11 nights
Starting Point: Zagreb, Croatia
Finish Point: Sarajevo, Bosnia
Countries Croatia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Number of cities: 11


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DAY 1 | ARRIVE IN ZAGREB, CROATIA

→ Welcome you at Zagreb International Airport (ZAG)
→ Transfer to your hotel in Zagreb city centre (30 – 40 min)
→ Free time to relax after the long flight

Overnight in Zagreb, Croatia

DAY 2 | ZAGREB, CROATIA

→ City tour of Zagreb in the morning (2 hours)
Admire the impressive Zagreb Cathedral, St. Mark’s Church, Dolac Market, Lenucijeva Potkova, and Ban Josip Jelačić Square
→Transfer to Pula, Croatia (3 hours)
→ Free time for dinner

Overnight in Pula, Croatia

DAY 3 | PULA – OPATIJA, CROATIA

→ City tour of Pula (1-1.5 hours) after breakfast
Visit the Arch of the Sergii, Pula Arena, a well-preserved ancient Roman amphitheatre and a remarkable historical landmark constructed in the 1st century AD; Pula Citadel, located on the highest point of the old town
→ Free time for lunch
→ Transfer to Opatija (1 hour)
→ Free time for lunch and explore Opatija old town
→ Transfer to Plitvice Lakes National Park (2.5 hours)
→ Free time in Plitvice National Park

Overnight in Plitvice lakes

DAY 4 | PLITVICE LAKES, CROATIA

→ Explore the Plitvice Lakes National Park
Enjoy a symphony of waterfalls, crystal clear lakes and lush greenery as you explore this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Hike along a network of boardwalks that allow you to traverse the park’s unique terrain without disturbing the fragile ecosystems
→ Free time in Plitvice Lakes area to relax after the walk

Overnight in the Plitvice Lakes area

DAY 5 | ZADAR, CROATIA

→ City tour of Zadar Old Town.
Visit the Church of St. Donatus and the Cathedral of St. Anastasia, ancient architectural gems that stand as a testament to Zadar’s historical legacy. Spend time at the unique Sea Organ, where the waves create harmonious melodies, providing a one-of-a-kind auditory experience by the water. Have free time at the main square, Narodni Trg, where the vibrant atmosphere and charming surroundings encapsulate the heart of Zadar’s lively spirit.
→ Transfer to Split after lunch (1.5-2 hours)
→ Free time in Split for dinner

Overnight in Split, Croatia

DAY 6 | SPLIT, CROATIA

→ City tour of Split Old Town (2-3 hours) in the morning
Visit the Diocletian’s Palace, the Cathedral of St. Domnius, a venerable building from the 4th century AD that exudes ancient charm. Stroll along the vibrant Riva, the central heart of Split, and experience the dynamic atmosphere of the city. Discover the ancient Temple of Jupiter, a testament to Split’s rich history, whose origins date back to the 3rd century AD. Cross the enchanting “Let me pass” street and immerse yourself in its unique flair. Marvel at the Golden Gate, a Roman stone gate from the 4th century, decorated with arches and ornate statues, which marks the grand entrance to Diocletian’s Palace.
→ Free time to explore Split Old Town at the afternoon

Overnight in Split, Croatia

DAY 7 | DUBROVNIK, CROATIA

→ Transfer to Dubrovnik, Croatia (3 hours )
→ City tour of Dubrovnik old town (1.5 – 2 hours walking)
Stroll through the cobbled streets of Dubrovnik’s old town, where centuries of history come to life. Follow the ancient city walls, an impressive testimony to Dubrovnik’s resilience over the centuries. Admire the Renaissance architecture of Dubrovnik’s Church of the Holy Savior, a 16th-century marvel that is a beacon of artistic elegance. Enter the sacred ambience of Dubrovnik Cathedral, an 18th-century Baroque masterpiece that reflects the city’s religious heritage. Pause at the Onofrije Fountain, the Clock Tower, the Sponza Palace, and the Rector’s Palace tell a unique story from Dubrovnik’s rich past. Climb up to Fort Saint John for a panoramic view.
→ Free time to explore the Old Town of Dubrovnik, Croatia for dinner

Overnight in Dubrovnik, Croatia

DAY 8 | KOTOR AND PERAST, MONTENEGRO

→ Transfer to Perast, Montenegro (4.5 hours + border)
→ Take a boat to visit the “Our Lady of the Rock”(Gospa od Škrpjela) is a unique and enchanting site nestled in the Bay of Kotor, Montenegro→ Transfer to Kotor, Montenegro (30 min)
→ Guided tour of Kotor Old Town (1 hour)
Discover the timeless charm of Kotor’s Old Town, stroll through the cobbled streets and absorb the rich history that lies in every corner. Trace the ancient city walls that have stood for centuries, offering panoramic views of the Adriatic Sea and surrounding landscapes. Explore the venerable St. Tryphon Cathedral, a masterpiece of medieval architecture, and the Church of St. Nicholas, a testament to Kotor’s religious heritage. Stroll through the Piazza des Arms, surrounded by architectural gems such as the Church of St. Luke, the Gurdic Gate and the imposing Clock Tower. Admire the splendour of the historic residences, including Grubonja Palace, Karampana Fountain, Drago Palace, Pima Palace, Beskuca Palace, Grgurina Palace, Bizanti Palace and the Royal Prince’s Palace.
→ Free time in Kotor
→ Transfer to Budva, Montenegro (40 min)
→ Free time in Budva for dinner

Overnight in Budva, Montenegro

DAY 9 | MOSTAR, BOSNIA

→ Transfer to Mostar Old Town (4 hours + border)
→ City tour in Mostar (1 hour) and free time for lunch
Visit the Stari Most (Mostar Bridge), which stood for 427 years until its destruction in 1993 during the Croatian–Bombosniak war. Stroll through the charming old Turkish bazaar known as “Kujundziluk”,” where cobbled streets and lively stalls invite you to experience the city’s vibrant atmosphere. Visit the “Koskin Mehmed Pasha” Mosque, a small architectural gem from the 17th century.
→ Transfer to Sarajevo, Bosnia (2 hours) after breakfast
→ Free time in Sarajevo for dinner

Overnight in Sarajevo, Bosnia

DAY 10 | SARAJEVO, BOSNIA

→ Tour of Sarajevo surroundings by car after breakfast
Visit the “Tunnel of Hope” to help you understand the tunnel’s crucial role for the city and its inhabitants during one of the most difficult times in Sarajevo’s history. Visit the abandoned bobsleigh track (built in 1984 for the Winter Olympics in the former Yugoslavia. The country opened its doors to the international community to celebrate the sport; after the breakup of Yugoslavia, the bobsleigh track was used as a base for artillery during the long siege of Sarajevo);
→ Walking city tour of Sarajevo (2-3 hours)
Explore the bustling Bascarsija, Sarajevo’s historic Turkish market, where centuries-old traditions come to life in the winding alleyways and vibrant market stalls. Admire the impressive Gazi-Husrev-beg Mosque, an exquisite example of 16th-century Ottoman architecture with great spiritual significance. Cross the famous Latin Bridge, also known as the Assassination Bridge, an Ottoman-era stone structure near the site of the fateful assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand in the 19th century
→ Free time for dinner

Overnight in Sarajevo, Bosnia

DAY 00 | DEPART FROM SARAJEVO, BOSNIA

→ Transfer to Sarajevo airport (SJJ)
END OF THE TOUR

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#2 Croatia / Montenegro / Bosnia – 14 Days / 2 weeks Journey

Duration: 14 days, 15 nights
Starting Point: Zagreb, Croatia
Finish Point: Sarajevo, Bosnia
Countries Croatia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Number of cities: 17


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DAY 1 | ARRIVE IN ZAGREB, CROATIA

→ Welcome you at Zagreb International Airport (ZAG)
→ Welcome you at Zagreb International Airport (ZAG)
→ Transfer to your hotel in Zagreb city centre (30 – 40 min)
→ Free time for relaxing after the long flight

Overnight in Zagreb, Croatia

DAY 2 | ZAGREB, CROATIA

→ City tour of Zagreb in the morning (2 hours)
Admire the impressive Zagreb Cathedral, St. Mark’s Church, Dolac Market, Lenucijeva Potkova, and Ban Josip Jelačić Square
→Transfer to Pula, Croatia (3 hours)
→ Free time for dinner

Overnight in Pula, Croatia

DAY 3 | PULA – OPATIJA, CROATIA

→ City tour of Pula (1-1.5 hours) after breakfast
Visit the Arch of the Sergii, Pula Arena, a well-preserved ancient Roman amphitheatre and a remarkable historical landmark constructed in the 1st century AD; Pula Citadel, located on the highest point of the old town
→ Free time for lunch
→ Transfer to Opatija (1 hour)
→ Free time for lunch and explore Opatija old town
→ Transfer to Plitvice Lakes National Park (2.5 hours)
→ Free time in Plitvice National Park

Overnight in Plitvice lakes

DAY 4 | PLITVICE LAKES, CROATIA

→ Explore the Plitvice Lakes National Park
Enjoy a symphony of waterfalls, crystal clear lakes, and lush greenery as you explore this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Hike along a network of boardwalks that allow you to traverse the park’s unique terrain without disturbing the fragile ecosystems
→ Free time in the Plitvice Lakes area to relax after the walk

Overnight in the Plitvice Lakes area

DAY 5 | ZADAR, CROATIA

→ City tour of Zadar Old Town.
Visit the Church of St. Donatus and the Cathedral of St. Anastasia, ancient architectural gems that stand as a testament to Zadar’s historical legacy. Spend time at the unique Sea Organ, where the waves create harmonious melodies, providing a one-of-a-kind auditory experience by the water. Have free time at the main square, Narodni Trg, where the vibrant atmosphere and charming surroundings encapsulate the heart of Zadar’s lively spirit.
→ Transfer to Split after lunch (1.5-2 hours)
→ Free time in Split for dinner

Overnight in Split, Croatia

DAY 6 | SPLIT, CROATIA

→ City tour of Split Old Town (2-3 hours) in the morning
Visit the Diocletian’s Palace, the Cathedral of St. Domnius, a venerable building from the 4th century AD that exudes ancient charm. Stroll along the vibrant Riva, the central heart of Split, and experience the city’s dynamic atmosphere. Discover the ancient Temple of Jupiter, a testament to Split’s rich history, whose origins date back to the 3rd century AD. Cross the enchanting “Let Me Pass” street and immerse yourself in its unique flair. Marvel at the Golden Gate, a Roman stone gate from the 4th century, decorated with arches and ornate statues, which marks the grand entrance to Diocletian’s Palace.
→ Free time to explore Split Old Town in the afternoon

Overnight in Split, Croatia

DAY 7 | HVAR ISLAND, CROATIA

→ Take the ferry to the Hvar island, Croatia (1 hour)
→ Explore the Hvar island old town
Visit the Hvar Cathedral and the Arsenal and Explore the medieval architecture, lively squares, and bustling markets.
→ Take the ferry back to Split (1 hour)
→ Free time for dinner in Split

Overnight in Split, Croatia

DAY 8 | DUBROVNIK, CROATIA

→ Transfer to Dubrovnik, Croatia (3 hours )
→ City tour of Dubrovnik old town (1.5 – 2 hours walking)
Stroll through the cobbled streets of Dubrovnik’s old town, where centuries of history come to life. Follow the ancient city walls, an impressive testimony to Dubrovnik’s resilience over the centuries. Admire the Renaissance architecture of Dubrovnik’s Church of the Holy Savior, a 16th-century marvel that is a beacon of artistic elegance. Enter the sacred ambience of Dubrovnik Cathedral, an 18th-century Baroque masterpiece that reflects the city’s religious heritage. Pause at the Onofrije Fountain, the Clock Tower, the Sponza Palace, and the Rector’s Palace tell a unique story from Dubrovnik’s rich past. Climb up to Fort Saint John for a panoramic view.
→ Free time to explore the Old Town of Dubrovnik, Croatia for dinner

Overnight in Dubrovnik, Croatia

DAY 9 | KOTOR AND PERAST, MONTENEGRO

→ Transfer to Perast, Montenegro (4.5 hours + border)
→ Take a boat to visit the “Our Lady of the Rock”(Gospa od Škrpjela) is a unique and enchanting site nestled in the Bay of Kotor, Montenegro→ Transfer to Kotor, Montenegro (30 min)
→ Guided tour of Kotor Old Town (1 hour)
Discover the timeless charm of Kotor’s Old Town, stroll through the cobbled streets, and absorb the rich history that lies in every corner. Trace the ancient city walls that have stood for centuries, offering panoramic views of the Adriatic Sea and surrounding landscapes. Explore the venerable St. Tryphon Cathedral, a masterpiece of medieval architecture, and the Church of St. Nicholas, a testament to Kotor’s religious heritage. Stroll through the Piazza des Arms, surrounded by architectural gems such as the Church of St. Luke, the Gurdic Gate, and the imposing Clock Tower. Admire the splendour of the historic residences, including Grubonja Palace, Karampana Fountain, Drago Palace, Pima Palace, Beskuca Palace, Grgurina Palace, Bizanti Palace, and the Royal Prince’s Palace.
→ Free time in Kotor
→ Transfer to Budva, Montenegro (40 min)
→ Free time in Budva for dinner

Overnight in Budva, Montenegro

DAY 10 | BUDVA, MONTENEGRO

Free day in Budva, Montenegro, with many possibilities for beach activities and Relax

Overnight in Budva, Montenegro

DAY 11 | LOVCEN, NJEGUSI AND SVETI STEFAN, MONTENEGRO

→ Transfer to Lovcen National Park, Montenegro (40 min)
Visit of Lovcen National Park and its Mausoleum monument.
→ Transfer to the village of Niegushi (10 min)
Try local food, homemade cheese, and the famous Montenegrin whole bone-in ham
→ Transfer to Budva via the serpentine road with a breathtaking view of Kotor Bay and the Adriatic coast (1.5 hours)
→ Visit the island of Sveti Stefan on the way back to Budva
A short walk around Sveti Stefan (a Picturesque island, originally a 15th-century fishing village, transformed into a fortified village in the 20th century. In the 1960s, it became a high-end resort attracting celebrities and prominent figures worldwide.

→ Free time in Budva for dinner

Overnight in Budva, Montenegro

DAY 12 | CETINJE AND OSTROG MONASTERY, MONTENEGRO

→ Transfer to Cetinje, Montenegro (40 min)
→ Explore the old capital of Montenegro
Visit the Cetinje Royal Palace ( the former royal residence); Cetinje’s Central Square; Njegos Avenue; Cetinje Monastery (Serbian Orthodox monastery); Vlaska Church; Cetinje Art Gallery and Cetinje Open Market
→ Transfer to Ostrog monastery, Montenegro (1.5 hours)
→ Guided tour of Ostrog Monastery (Serbian Orthodox monastery), the holiest place in Montenegro, located up in the mountain and known for its distinctive architecture and scenic views.
→ Transfer to Trebinje, Bosnia (2 hours + border)
→ Free time for dinner

Overnight in Trebinje

DAY 13 | MOSTAR, BOSNIA

→ Transfer to Mostar Old Town (2 hours)
→ City tour in Mostar (1 hour) and free time for lunch
Visit the Stari Most (Mostar Bridge), which stood for 427 years until its destruction in 1993 during the Croatian–Bombosniak war. Stroll through the charming old Turkish bazaar known as “Kujundziluk”,” where cobbled streets and lively stalls invite you to experience the city’s vibrant atmosphere. Visit the “Koskin Mehmed Pasha” Mosque, a small architectural gem from the 17th century.
→ Transfer to Sarajevo, Bosnia (2 hours) after breakfast
→ Free time in Sarajevo for dinner

Overnight in Sarajevo, Bosnia

DAY 14 | SARAJEVO, BOSNIA

→ Tour of Sarajevo surroundings by car after breakfast
Visit the “Tunnel of Hope” to help you understand the tunnel’s crucial role for the city and its inhabitants during one of the most difficult times in Sarajevo’s history. Visit the abandoned bobsleigh track (built in 1984 for the Winter Olympics in the former Yugoslavia. The country opened its doors to the international community to celebrate the sport; after the breakup of Yugoslavia, the bobsleigh track was used as a base for artillery during the long siege of Sarajevo);
→ Walking city tour of Sarajevo (2-3 hours)
Explore the bustling Bascarsija, Sarajevo’s historic Turkish market, where centuries-old traditions come to life in the winding alleyways and vibrant market stalls. Admire the impressive Gazi-Husrev-beg Mosque, an exquisite example of 16th-century Ottoman architecture with great spiritual significance. Cross the famous Latin Bridge, also known as the Assassination Bridge, an Ottoman-era stone structure near the site of the fateful assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand in the 19th century
→ Free time for dinner

Overnight in Sarajevo, Bosnia

DAY 00 | DEPART FROM SARAJEVO, BOSNIA

→ Transfer to Sarajevo airport (SJJ)
END OF THE TOUR

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Flexible Itineraries

Our Croatia, Montenegro, and Bosnia itinerary is not just a fixed schedule but rather a personalized experience. Your journey – your way! When choosing us, you have the freedom to decide what your trip will look like. Every detail can be changed to match your ideas and desires.

Enjoy the Expertise of Local Guides

It is quite different to visit the Balkans on your own as opposed to with a guided tour. When you have a local guide at all times, you are guaranteed to visit all the best places and learn all the hidden secrets of each place you visit. Furthermore, the transportation of our tours is also private, which calls for a stress-free trip.

Individual transportation: Enjoy the luxury of private travel and a local guide accompanying you.

Comfortable travel: Experience the ease of travel with everything included – attractions, activities, and guide fees.

Expert-guided tours: Discover the rich history and culture of destinations with our guided city tours.

Top Accommodation: We know the best Balkan hotels and are not afraid to book them!

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