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ALPS, LAKES AND ADRIATIC (private tour )

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12 DAYS / 11 NIGHTS

Introduction

ZAGREB ● LJUBLJANA ● BLED ● POSTOJNA ● OPATIJA ● PLITVICE ● SPLIT ● MOSTAR ● DUBROVNIK ● KOTOR●CETINJE●BUDVA

Destination

Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina and Montenegro

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ZAGREB

Arrival in Zagreb. Transfer from the airport to the hotel, dinner and overnight.

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ZAGREB - LJUBLJANA - BLED (220 km)

Breakfast. Sightseeing of Zagreb featuring Upper Town, historical centre of the city, Church of St. Mark with the famed multi-coloured roof, Cathedral, Croatian National Theatre and University. After the city tour, we head towards Ljubljana – the capital of Slovenia. Walk along the river Ljubljanica which passes through the town’s centre, tour of the Three Bridges, baroque City Hall and Ljubljana Castle dating from the 13th century. We continue our journey to Bled, an enchanting resort town by the lakeshore, at the foot of the Julian Alps. Arrive at the hotel.  

Dinner and overnight.

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BLED

After breakfast, a sightseeing tour of the fairy-tale castle Bled, and the mediaeval city perched on a high cliff 100 m above the lake. Ride on a traditional boat “Pletna“ to the small island in the middle of the lake, comprising the Church of St. Mary of the Lake which dates from the 17th century. Climb the monumental stairs to the notorious “Wishing Bell“   from 1534. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.

 

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 BLED - POSTOJNA - OPATIJA

We depart for Postojna and a world-famous Postojna Cave, the biggest cave in Europe which is also known as one of the most stunning caves in the world. Ride on a miniature electric train through the fantastic subterranean world enriched with beautiful stalactites and stalagmites. We continue our journey to Opatija, one of the most famous tourist resorts in the Mediterranean, which in the last century served as a resting-place of the European aristocracy and was therefore known as «the Croatian Nice».  Arrive at the hotel. Dinner and overnight.

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OPATIJA

Since Roman times, Opatija has been a “spa “town, offering rest and recreation to its innumerable visitors. With all the sun-drenched pleasures of a European resort town, its grand villas, subtropical botanical gardens, old-style grand hotels, wide boulevards, and busy marinas it has attracted Europeans since the 1840.  They were drawn to it mostly for its crystal-clear sea and the Mediterranean blue of its endless sky. Day at leisure to explore, relax and enjoy yourself. Dinner and overnight in Opatija.

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OPATIJA - PLITVICE

Breakfast and departure towards the Plitvice Lakes National Park. This beautiful natural lake complex was registered on UNESCO’s List of World Natural Heritage in 1979 and comprises a string of 16 turquoise-coloured lakes linked by 92 waterfalls and cascades which are surrounded by dense wooded mountains and lush vegetation. Sightseeing tour of the National Park. Dinner and overnight at the hotel in Plitvice.

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PLITVICE - TROGIR - SPLIT

After breakfast, we continue our journey towards Trogir – one of the jewels of the Dalmatian coast. Sightseeing of the historical city centre which has been under the protection of UNESCO. Continuing to Split. Arrive at the hotel. Dinner and overnight.

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SPLIT

Morning sightseeing tour of Split, including Diocletian’s Palace, Cellers and the Cathedral. Afternoon at leisure. Dinner and overnight at the hotel in Split.

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SPLIT - MOSTAR - DUBROVNIK

After breakfast, departure for Mostar, a Herzegovinian town situated by the river Neretva. Short sightseeing tour of the historical centre and a world-known Mostar Bridge. Our journey continues towards Dubrovnik. Dinner and overnight at the hotel in Dubrovnik.

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DUBROVNIK

Morning sightseeing tour of Dubrovnik – a city-monument under UNESCO’s protection. Tour includes a visit to the Franciscan monastery, Rector’s Palace and the Cathedral. Afternoon at leisure. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.

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DUBROVNIK - KOTOR - CETINJE - BUDVA - ST. STEFAN - DUBROVNIK

After breakfast, we go on a full day trip to Montenegro. First, we drive to Kotor, a town that was inhabited even at the times of the Illyrians. Then we continue our drive to Cetinje, once the capital of Montenegro. After a short sightseeing tour, we head towards Budva, the most famous tourist resort in Montenegro. We will also see St. Stefan, today a luxurious resort that once used to be a small fishing village. Return to Dubrovnik. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.

 

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DUBROVNIK

Free time until transfer to Dubrovnik airport for your flight home.

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