DAY 1: ARRIVAL – DUBROVNIK
Arrival to Dubrovnik. Accommodation in Dubrovnik.
DAY 2: DUBROVNIK
Breakfast. You will visit Dubrovnik, which is known as the pearl of the Adriatic, and is considered the most beautiful city in Croatia. It was declared UNESCO World Heritage. You will walk around the city with a local guide and visit the old town with numerous churches, palaces, and secret corners. After the tour you will have free time to explore the amazing city walls or take a boat ride to the island of Lokrum. Accommodation in Dubrovnik.
DAY 3: DUBROVNIK – MONTENEGRO – DUBROVNIK
Breakfast. You will visit the beautiful neighboring country Montenegro. The country is known for its fjords, its famous island built by navigators in the Middle Ages, and the venetian towns Budva and Kotor. In the afternoon, return to Dubrovnik. Accommodation in Dubrovnik.
DAY 4: DUBROVNIK – PELJEŠAC – KORČULA – DUBROVNIK
Breakfast. First you will visit the town Ston where you can take some amazing pictures of “the European Chinese Wall”, a spectacular fortress situated in the peninsula. The journey continues visiting the Peljesac Wine Route, a region located 40km from Dubrovnik which is considered the secret of Dalmatia. This area produces some of the most tasteful red wines of Croatia. Later on you will visit the spectacular island of Korcula, considered the home island of Marco Polo. Return to Dubrovnik. Accommodation in Dubrovnik.
DAY 5: DUBROVNIK – MOSTAR (BOSNA AND HERZEGOVINA) – SARAJEVO
Breakfast. Trip to Bosnia and Herzegovina. Along the way you will make a stop to take some photos in the village of Počitelj. The journey continues to the beautiful city of Mostar (the capital of Herzegovina) where abound mosques and ancient churches. The town is famous for its bridge which is the symbol of the union of two cultures, each one on one side of the bank of the Neretva river. In the afternoon transfer to the capital Sarajevo. Accommodation in Sarajevo.
DAY 6: SARAJEVO – MEĐUGORJE
Breakfast. Visit of Sarajevo, the capital and the largest city of Bosnia and Herzegovina. You will visit the historic center of Sarajevo, Baščaršija, which was built by the Turks and is full of bars, restaurants and stands selling local crafts. Free time to explore the streets and the market. The journey continues to Herzegovina along the valley of the river Neretva where you will enjoy magnificent views over the vineyards. Accommodation in Medjugorje.
DAY 7: MEĐUGORJE – SPLIT
Breakfast. In the morning you will visit the Catholic pilgrimage town of Medjugorje. Transfer to Split. Split is also on the UNESCO World Heritage list. Optionally, you can enter to the Diocletian Palace, built in the fourth century by the Roman emperor Diocletian as his retirement home. Free time to explore the city at your leisure. Accommodation in Split.
DAY 8: SPLIT – END OF TRIP