Upon arrival meet and greet with our representative, then continue to Ljubljana for the visit of Ljubljana Castle with Funicular offering an exciting experience and spectacular views of the city.
Afterwards proceed to Bled for dinner and overnight.
After breakfast visit Bled Castle and enjoy a trip across the lake in the traditional Pletna boat.
Afterwards transfer to Postojna. Take an unforgettable ride on Postojna Cave’s underground train. Then visit of Predjama Castle which offer an unforgettable experience in the fairytale world of knights.
Dinner and overnight on Zagreb.
Breakfast in the hotel and start the sightseeing of Zagreb including Ban Jelacic Square, Stone gate, St Mark’s Church with its beautiful tiled roof featuring the coat of arms of Croatia, Dalmatia and Slavonia, Lotrscak Tower and Zagreb Cathedral.
Then proceed to Plitvice National Park. Plitvice Lakes is the oldest and largest national park in the Republic of Croatia. Visit included walking a boat ride and train ride.
After the visits and traditional lunch in the park continue to Bihac for overnight.
After breakfast at the hotel start the sightseeing of Bihac which is situated by the Una River. Start the tour form the Old Town, a place rich with history where you can explore the town’s most notable historical landmarks including the Captain’s Tower – Bell tower of Anthony of Padua Church, the Una-Sana Canton Historical Museum, Ottoman Turbe and the Fethija Mosque.
Enjoy delicious food in local restaurant by the river.
Then proceed to Sarajevo for overnight
After breakfast visit of Sarajevo, capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The visit includes Gazi Husrev-beg Mosque in the old town, the largest historical mosque in the country. It is the center of the city’s Islamic community. It is example of the Ottoman architecture for which the city is well-known. Then visit of Tunnel of Hope and Museum.
Afterwards departure to Mostar where will visit Koski Mehmed Pasa Mosque, the views from the minaret (mosque tower) are incredible. The old bridge Stari Most which is one of the country’s most recognizable landmarks and a fantastic piece of Islamic architecture in the Balkan region. The name Mostar comes originally from the word Mostari, which means “Bridge Keeper”. Will spend some free time for shopping in Old Bazar Kujundziluk. An Ottoman-era market that maintains its original atmosphere thanks to cobblestone roads, narrow streets lined with artisan shops, and Turkish ornamentation.
Overnight in Mostar.
After breakfast proceed to Blagaj, a village-town in the south-eastern region of the Mostar basin. Blagaj is situated at the spring of the Buna river and a historical tekke. The Blagaj Tekija was built into the 200 metre cliff walls at around in the 1500’s, with elements of Ottoman architecture and Mediterranean style.
Then continue to the border with Montenegro towards the UNESCO town of Kotor.
Upon arrival visit of the old town and Cathedral of St Tryphon, one of two Roman Catholic cathedrals in Montenegro.
Dinner and overnight in Kotor.
Breakfast in the hotel and head towards Budva. Visit of the old town and proceed to the border with Albania. On the way photo stop at the Island of Sveti Stephan.
Arrival in Kruja and visit of the old Castle and Ehtnographic Museum. Free time at the old bazaar for shopping.
Dinner and overnight in Kruja. (Folk show during dinner can be organized upon request)
Breakfast at the hotel and departure towards the UNESCO town of Berat, also known as “The town of one Thousand windows” due to the many large buildings that decorate the houses of the old town. Visit the historical quarters and the Citadel with its marvelous ichnographic museum.
Traditional lunch in local restaurant inside the castle.
Afterwards transfer to Tirana, the colorful capital of Albania. Walking tour of the city staring from newly renovated Scanderbeg Square, the 19th century Clock tower, the Et’hem Bey Mosque, then continue the walk to Mother Teresa Square named after famed ethnic Albanian missionary.
Will end the visit to the Blloku area once forbidden place for the people during communist time. Now the most famous area of the capital with nice restaurants, fancy bars and cafés.
Dinner and overnight in Tirana.
Breakfast in the hotel and departure towards UNESCO city of Ohrid. On the way stop for short visit in the National Park of Drilon. Drilon waters form a small lake surrounded by beautiful greenery. Afterwards proceed to the village a Tushemisht to enjoy traditional lunch with the famous Ohrid trout(Koran).
After the lunch proceed to the border with Macedonia. Visit of St Naum Monastery. The monastic complex and church of St. Naum were built originally at the turn of the tenth century by the monk that bared the same name; Macedonians believe you can still hear the saint’s heartbeat by pressing an ear to his stone coffin inside the church.
Free time to walk around the old bazaar for shopping.
Overnight in Ohrid.
After breakfast, walking tour of Ohrid old town, St Sophia Church. built between 11th and 14th century-once the seat of the Archbishop, he small church of St Jovan – Kaneo-standing alone on a rock in the lake giving a spectacular view of the lake and the surrounding mountains. From there will take a boa trip in Lake Ohrid.
Then proceed to Skopje. On the way stop for visit of Painted Mosque in Tetovo.
In the afternoon arrival in Skopje and sightseeing of the capital including Macedonian Square, Stone Bridge, Mother Teresa Memorial House and old bazaar.
Overnight in Skopje.
Breakfast at the hotel and continue the sightseeing o Skopje. Free time at the old bazaar until time of departure to the airport.
END OF THE TRIP