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Croatia, Montenegro, Bosnia & Slovenia 14-Day Tour

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Dubrovnik—the “Pearl of the Adriatic”, located on the Dalmatian coast with medieval walls, beautiful churches, palaces and fountains
Mostar: A beautiful medieval town, its Old Bridge, diverse culture and religion make Mostar a popular destination
Split—Visit Diocletian’s Palace, built by Roman emperor Diocletian, a massive palace complex
Trogir—a historic town along the Dalmatian coast
Sibonic—visit St. Jacob’s Cathedral, there are 74 portraits on the exterior wall of the cathedral
Kaka National Park located in Sibenic-Knin County; it covers about 142 square km with magnificent waterfalls and wide variety of flora and Fauna.
Zadar—a historic old town, visit St. Donat Church & Sea Organ
Plitsvice National Park—a UNESCO World Heritage Site with beautiful 16 lakes interconnected with Waterfalls.
Opatija—a seaside resort town with lush green scenery and pleasant climate
Motovun: A medieval hilltop town located in the northern part of Istria
Porec: Beautiful coastal town, renowned Euphrasian Basilica was rebuilt by the Byzantine Empire
Portoroz: An Adriatic coastal harbor town with pleasant climate
Postojnska Cave: Unique experience for magnificent caverns and glistening stalactite formations
Lake Bled: A pristine lake surrounded by mountains and waters.
Lake Bled Castle—A medieval castle overlooking Lake Bled
Ljubljana: The capital of Slovenia. Visit Ljubljana Castle and Triple Bridge
Zagreb—the capital of Croatia. Tiles on the roof of St. Mark’s Church represent the arms of Zagreb
Provide one bottle of mineral water per person per day on the coach
Provide headset service for 15 and more guests per group for better sightseeing experience
Accommodations are based on TripAdvisor 4 star or up reviews
UNESCO World Heritage Site:
Dubrovnik Old Town (UNESCO, 1979)
Split Old Town & Diocletian’s Palace (UNESCO, 1979)
Trojir Old Town (UNESCO, 1997)
Jocob’s Cathedral in Sibonic (UNESCO, 2000)
Plitsvice National Park (UNESCO, 1979)
Euphrasian Basilica in Porec (UNESCO, 1997)
Mostar in Bosnia (UNESCO, 2005)

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Itinerary

Day 1

USA /Dubrovnik, Croatia

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Today, we will take overnight flight to Dubrovnik, arrive the next day.

Day 2

Dubrovnik

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Upon arrival, transfer to hotel and check-in. We will have dinner at hotel. Dubrovnik is located on the Dalmatian coast. Its pleasant climate with old town charm becomes one of the best tour destinations in the world.  The prosperity of Dubrovnik was historically based on maritime trade; they achieved high level of development, especially during 15th and 16th century. Many notable poets, scientists had chosen Dobrovnik as their residence.

<Dinner> Western Cuisine at hotel, 3 courses

<Hotel> Hotel Neptun or similar

Day 3

Dubrovnik

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After breakfast, city tour will follow: Dominican Monastery, which has Romanesque and Gothic style architecture. The magnificent courtyards with its columns cloisters and near-by Onofrio’s fountains.  To Rector’s Palace & Franciscan Monastery. Continue to Sponza Palace and walk around ★City Walls for panoramic city view.

<Breakfast> Buffet Breakfast at hotel

<Dinner> Old Town Local Cuisine

<Hotel> Hotel Neptun or similar

Day 4

Dubrovnik-54km-Kotor-9km-Budva(Montenegro)-115km-Dubrovnik

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After breakfast, depart for Koto, a fortified town on Montenegro’s Adriatic coast. It was ruled by many foreigners, such as Byzantines, Serbians, Venetians, Russians, French and Austrians.  After breakfast, to Kotor Bay, the deepest natural fjord-like bay in the Mediterranean Sea. We will visit St Tryphone’s Cathedral located in Old Town. First built in the 11th century, a Romanesque-Gothic architecture.  The city’s old town and landmarks are listed with UNESCO World Heritage sites.  Continue to Budva, a coastal resort town. Because of its beautiful beach and vibrant nightlife make Budva the most popular tourist resort town in Montenegro. Later, return to Dubrovnik.  

<Breakfast> Buffet Breakfast at hotel

<Dinner> Traditional Beef Cuisine

<Hotel> Hotel Neptun or similar

Day 5

Dubrovnik-103km-Stolac(Bosnia & Herzegovina)-37km-Mostar-168km-Split

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This morning, depart for Stolac, a town located in Bosnia and Herzegovina. We will visit ★Tvrdos Monastery, a 15th century Serbian Orthodox monastery near the city of Trebinje.  Then continue to Mostar. It was heavily bombed during the civil war in 90’s. Mostar had been rebuilt; it is once again a lively and beautiful destination. Upon arrival, city tour will follow, we will walk around and visit Turkish mosque.

<Breakfast> Buffet Breakfast at hotel

<Dinner> Western Cuisine, 3 courses at hotel

<Hotel> Hotel Fanat or similar

Day 6

Split

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After breakfast, city tour will follow: ★Diocletian’s Palace, an ancient palace built by Roman emperor Diocletian as his retirement residence. The Palace was built of white local limestone and marble. This Palace is now a commercial and residential center.  Continue to Cathedral of Saint Domnius, an octagonal shape structure has 24 columns surround the exterior.  

<Breakfast> Buffet Breakfast at hotel 

<Dinner> Seafood Cuisine

<Hotel> Hotel Fanat or similar

Day 7

Split-30km-Trogir-46km-Sibenic-16km-Krka National Park-90km-Zadar

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After breakfast, depart for Trogir, a historic harbor located on a small island along the Adriatic coast. We will visit ★Cathedral of St. Lawrence, Town Hall & Bell Tower.  Then to Kaka National Park, located in Sibenic-Knin county, it covers about 142 square km with magnificent waterfalls and wide variety of flora and Fauna.  Continue to Sibenic, located in the middle part of Adriatic coast. We will visit ★Cathedral of St. Jacob (UNESCO World Heritage Site), built entirely by stones. The exterior wall was decorated with 71 sculptured faces of men, women and children; this is the most important architectural monuments of the Renaissance in Croatia.  Later, depart for Zadar.

<Breakfast> Buffet Breakfast at hotel

<Dinner> Roast Dalmatian style Chicken Cuisine

<Hotel> Falkensteiner Hotel Adriana or similar

Day 8

Zadar-133km-Plitvice National Park

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Zadar is a historic old town of Roman ruins, medieval churches. After breakfast, city tour will follow: ★St. Donat Church–one of the best preserved pre-Romanesque church in the world. Then to the Sea Organ, it captures the movement of the waves and transforms to music. Continue our tour to ★Plitvice National Park, built in 1949.  We will take boat ride to explore waterfalls and lakes. You can also walk along rustic boardwalk trail to enjoy crystal clear water in many colorful shades of green, grey and blue.

<Breakfast> Buffet Breakfast at hotel 

<Dinner> Fish Cuisine 

<Hotel> Hotel Jezero or similar

Day 9

Plitvice National Park-33km-Rastoke-156km-Opatija  

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After breakfast, ★take boat ride to explore Lower Lakes in Plitvice National Park, enjoy clear blue lakes and idyllic forest. Later, travel north to Rastoke well known for its well-preserved mills and waterfalls along the Slunjcica river and flows into the river Korana. Continue to Opatija, a seaside resort town. Because of it ideal climate and location, Opatija is one of the most popular holiday destinations in Central Europe.  City tour will follow: Villa Angiolina, Hotel Kvarner & Maiden with the Seagull.

<Breakfast> Buffet Breakfast at hotel 

<Dinner> Western Cuisine, 3 courses at hotel  

<Hotel> Hotel Bristol or similar

Day 10

Opatija-62km-Motovun-28km-Porec-54km-Piran-3km-Portoroz

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This morning depart for Motovun for brief stop. Motovun is located in the northern part of Istria and a medieval hilltop town. Continue to Porec, located on the western coast of Istrian peninsula. We will visit ★Euphrasian Basilica, rebuilt in the 6th century under the Byzantine Empire, a UNESCO Heritage Site.  Later to Piran, a coastal town perched at the tip of a narrow peninsula in Slovenia. Late afternoon, depart for Portoroz, a popular tourist destination.

<Breakfast> Buffet Breakfast at hotel

<Dinner> Western Cuisine, 3 courses at hotel

<Hotel> Hotel Marko or similar

Day 11

Portoroz-73km-Postojna-104km-Lake Bled 

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After breakfast, depart for Postojna. We will visit the 2nd largest cave in Europe–★Postojnska Jama (27 km in length, 115m deep and 562 meters above sea level). Travel down to the cave by ★cave train, you will see spectacular stalagmites and stalactites (Temperature inside the cave remain 46-50F, please ware warm clothing and proper shoes).  Later, to Lake Bled, about 6,960 ft long and 4,530 ft wide, with a maximum depth of 100 ft. The Lake is surrounded by mountains and forests. We will visit ★Bled Castle stands above the lake on the north shore.

<Breakfast> Buffet Breakfast at hotel 

<Dinner> Trout Cuisine with Bled cream cake

<Hotel> Hotel Park or similar

Day 12

Lake Bled-55km-Ljubljana-140km-Zagreb  

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After breakfast, depart for Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia. Upon arrival, we will take ★cable car to Ljubljana Castle for panorama city view.  Then to Central Market, St. Nicholas’s Cathedral, Dragon Bridge & Town Hall. Later, we will depart for Zagreb, the capital of Croatia.

<Breakfast> Buffet Breakfast at hotel 

<Dinner> Western Cuisine, 3 courses at hotel

<Hotel> DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Zagreb or similar

Day 13

Zagreb

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After breakfast, city tour will follow: Zagreb Cathedral (St. Stephen Cathedral), St. Mark’s Church, Town Gate, the Parliament, Lotrscak Tower (built in the 13th century, the cannon is fired at noon each day). To Ben Jelacic Square, there is the statue of Ban Jelacic who was the hero that defeated the Hungarians in 1848.  The Opera House, Dolac Market.

<Breakfast> Buffet Breakfast at hotel

<Dinner> Traditional Croatian Cuisine   

<Hotel> DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Zagreb or similar

Day 14

Zagreb / USA

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This morning transfer to airport for homebound flight to US and ends unforgettable journey.

<Breakfast> American Buffet at hotel

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Pricing

Departure Date

23

APR

2019

Adult: $2,999
Child: $2,699
Single Supplement: $700

Departure Date

07

MAY

2019

Adult: $3,299
Child: $2,999
Single Supplement: $800

Departure Date

25

JUN

2019

Adult: $3,399
Child: $3,099
Single Supplement: $900

Departure Date

09

JUL

2019

Adult: $3,599
Child: $3,299
Single Supplement: $1,000

Departure Date

27

AUG

2019

Adult: $3,599
Child: $3,299
Single Supplement: $1,000

Departure Date

10

SEPT

2019

Adult: $3,399
Child: $3,099
Single Supplement: $900

Departure Date

08

OCT

2019

Adult: $3,299
Child: $2,999
Single Supplement: $800

Tour Fare include:  4-star Hotel, Transportation, Entrance Fee, Breakfast(12) & Dinner(12)

Tour Fare exclude: Airfare  Any personal expense, any expense not included in our itinerary, Tips(Tour Leader, Bus Driver, Local Guide: Euro $10 per day), Visa Fee, Travel Insurance(If full payment paid 60 days prior to departure date, we offer complimentary travel medical insurance for US residents only)

** If you purchase air ticket on your own, your arrival time to the first destination and your departure time from last destination to U.S. must be the same as our group. If not the same, you must arrange your own transportation to meet group  and to aiport on the last day **

Notes:
*Tour fare is per person in double occupancy
*Child Fee: 2-11 years old share bed with parents, otherwise will be count as adult fare
* Single supplement is for one person occupying one single room with one bed

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