Independent Tour-Land Only
9 Days/ 8 Nights
Daily April 1-October 31
Price per Person:
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This tour can be taken using public transportation between cities or using private car and driver
8 nights hotel accommodation in category selected all with private facilities
Round trip airport transfers
Breakfast each morning
Transportation between cities
Transfers as per itinerary
Private sightseeing as per itinerary-entrance fees not included
Hotel taxes and service charges
Day 1 Belgrade
Upon arrival to Belgrade you will be met and taken to your centrally located hotel. Remainder of the day is at leisure to begin your exploration of the Serbian capital. Overnight in Belgrade.
Day 2 Belgrade
After breakfast you will be taken on a two hour city tour. Your sightseeing tour includes the city’s main attractions: the imposing Kalemegdan Fortress dramatically situated at the joining of the Sava and Danube Rivers; the Republic Square and Mihajlova Street; Saint Sava Temple, the largest Orthodox Church in the city, and Tito’s Memorial. Exciting Belgrade, the “gate” of the Balkans, is widely well known for its lively spirit and energetic nightlife, high-quality culture and rich museums and galleries. You will have time to visit one of the numerous restaurants in Skadarlija or have a nice stroll to Kalemegdan Fortress to enjoy stunning views over the city and the point where the river Sava meets the mighty Blue Danube. Overnight in Belgrade
Day 3 Belgrade-Sarajevo
Breakfast at hotel and private car transfer to train station. Train from Belgrade to Sarajevo. Upon arrival to Sarajevo you will be met and transferred to your hotel. Overnight in Sarajevo.
Day 4 Sarajevo
After breakfast you will be taken on a two hour city tour. On your city tour, visit the picturesque Turkish bazaar “Bas Carsija”, the Husref Bay’s Mosque and Olympic Stadium .Sarajevo has always been the place where great cultures and traditions have come together, shaping its strong cosmopolitan atmosphere. Christianity, Islam and Judaism and the great empires of European history have all left their mark. Sarajevo is a city of fascinating old streets and buildings with plentiful charming restaurants, lively bars and cafes, museums and galleries and various cultural festivals, including an increasingly popular International film festival. Overnight in Sarajevo.
Day 5 Sarajevo-Mostar
Breakfast at hotel and transfer to Sarajevo bus station. Regular bus to Mostar. Upon arrival to Mostar you will be met and transferred to your hotel. Later you will be taken on a two hour city tour of Mostar which includes the view of the Turkish quarter and the reconstruction efforts on the 16th century stone bridge. The city of Mostar is situated in a beautiful valley bedded between the high mountains of Herzegovina. It is thanks to the River Neretva that Mostar was able to develop very early as a trading center in the desert-like landscape of this Southern region. What makes this city famous is its stone bridge, built under the Ottoman empire in 1565. It was the great architect Mimar Hajrudin who succeeded in the impossible mission to cross the Neretva River with a single span stone bridge. Destroyed during the last Balkan conflicts and totally reconstructed along with its closest vicinity, the bridge was finally inscribed in 2005 onto the Unesco World Heritage List. Overnight in Mostar.
Day 6 Mostar-Dubrovnik
Breakfast at the hotel and transfer to bus station. Travel with regular bus line to Dubrovnik. Upon arrival to Dubrovnik you will be met and transferred to your hotel. Day at leisure in Dubrovnik. Discover the many wonderful attractions of Dubrovnik, a charming Adriatic port and city, inscribed on the UNESCO’s World List of Cultural Heritage. This ancient town, surrounded by ramparts and fortresses, is a treasure trove of architectural and cultural master places, scrupulously preserved over the centuries. Take a walk to the Rector’s Palace, The Franciscan Monastery with its 14th century Pharmacy, or one of the other places of interest or just wander around in amazement through its cobbled streets along the Venetian facades of the stone houses. Overnight at hotel in Dubrovnik
Day 7 Dubrovnik
After breakfast you will be taken on a two hour city tour. There is a walking tour of “Old Dubrovnik” this morning; the Rector’s Palace, Bell Tower Clock, Orlando’s Column and the Sponza Palace. You will also see from the outside the Dominican Monastery and Franciscan Monastery with its Pharmacy, one of the oldest in the world. Overnight in Dubrovnik.
Day 8 Dubrovnik
Breakfast and day at leisure in Dubrovnik. Overnight
Day 9 Dubrovnik-End of Tour
Breakfast and transfer to Dubrovnik port or air port. You can extend your stay in lovely Dubrovnik or continue to Split, Zagreb, the islands in the Adriatic or Slovenia.
Additional nights available.
Superior Tourist Hotels:
Belgrade:Hotel Astoria or similar
Sarajevo:Hotel Central or similar
Mostar:Hotel Ero or similar
Dubrovnik:Hotel Lero or similar
First class Hotels:
Belgrade:Hotel Moskva or similar
Sarajevo:Hotel Europe or similar
Mostar:Hotel Ero or similar
Dubrovnik:Hotel Lacroma or similar