5 countries of Adriatic


Day 1 Zagreb

Upon arrival to Zagreb airport transfer to your hotel. In the afternoon take a stroll with local guide and discover Zagreb town by walking through bustling downtown streets and visiting Zagreb Cathedral, the Stone gate, St. Mark’s church, the Upper town, the Flower market square, Dolac open market, Tkalčićeva street with numerous charming caffes and restaurants and the Central square.

Day 2 Zagreb-Bled-Ljubljana

Drive to Slovenia to the glacial lake of Bled. Its beauty and natural environment rank Bled among most beautiful of alpine resorts. Afternoon drive to Ljubljana, Slovenian capital which maintained relaxed atmosphere of a smaller central European city. Sightseeing of town with local guide: Dragon’s, Triple, Key chain and Shoemaker’s bridges, old medieval castle on a hill above the city center, colorful Baroque facades, St. Nicolas Cathedral.

Day 3 Ljubljana-Postojna-Istria

Drive to Postojna and visit its caves – one of the world’s largest karst monuments. Tour through amazing passages and incredibly diverse cave landscape by train and by foot, where you admire playful stalactite forms. In the afternoon hour drive to Istria. Arrival to Rovinj, an enchanting coastal town.

Day 4 Brijuni-Pula-Rovinj

Departure to Brijuni national park – after short boat drive to a largest island of this magnificent archipelago, tour by tourist train visiting safari park, Byzantine castrum, Roman residential villa and many other interesting sights. Return to the mainland, drive to Pula, where you can admire Roman amphitheater, one of the best preserved, still standing in the world. The most famous and important monument, the starting point of every sightseeing tour is the Amphitheater, popularly called the Arena of Pula.

Day 5 Full day Venice excursion

One full day trip by fast ferry to Venice. Arrival to Venice at approx. 11 AM. Free time to explore Venice attractions in entire historic center, crisscrossed by canals connected by hundreds of bridges that are treasure from the artistic and architectural point of view. Return to Istria in the evening hours.

Day 6 Grožnjan-Motovun-Opatija

Drive through Istrian interior, its villages situated on the top of hills that have magic charm will leave you breathless. Visit of Grožnjan, an ancient little town famous for its wines. Possible wine tasting at one of region’s superb wine producers. Drive to Motovun, indubitably the most famous Istrian medieval town. Motovun forests are the best-known site for finding truffles in Istria. We will go to the forest to experience the adventure of the truffle hunt with experience truffle hunter and his trained dogs. After the activity of searching the truffles for about 45 minutes you will have a chance to taste some truffle delicacies at local shop. Overnight in Opatija.

Day 7 Opatija-Plitvice Lakes

Departure to Plitvice lakes National park listed on the World Heritage Sites List by Unesco. Upon arrival walking by beautiful lakes of crystal blue and turquoise color, cascading into spectacular waterfalls. Enjoy the exceptional beauty of the lakes and waterfalls, rich plant and animal life, contrasting colors, forests and the pure mountain air.
Day 8 Plitvice Lakes-Šibenik-Trogir-Split
Drive to Šibenik – a town famous for its cathedral of St. Jacob that was built in the 15th century was entered on the UNESCO list of world heritage. Departure to Trogir – another town which is on UNESCO list of World Cultural Heritage as one of the best preserved Romanesque-Gothic town in Central Europe Short drive to town Split.

Day 9 Split

After breakfast, sightseeing of Split, a town listed on the UNESCO list of World Heritage. Various cultural monuments are located inside and outside the Diocletian’s Palace walls (Renaissance Prokurative Square, palaces, churches, museums…). Free afternoon for strolling and visiting some of the city museums or galleries.

Day 10 Split-Mostar

Departure to Mostar (Bosnia and Herzegovina). Upon arrival to Mostar we will stroll through the old town with its bazaar, see the original Ottoman residential houses, mosques and the Old bridge. Short drive to Blagaj, a town where a historical tekke (Dervish monastery) is situated at the spring of the Buna river. Built around 1520, with elements of Ottoman architecture and Mediterranean style it is considered Bosnian national monument.

Day 11 Mostar-Ston-Dubrovnik

Drive through Herzegovina and to Croatia with a short stop in Ston, a small town with the longest stone wall in Europe (5,5 km in length). Possible oyster and wine tasting at a local restaurant. Drive to Dubrovnik. In the afternoon walking tour with local guide to enjoy the most spectacular Mediterranean medieval town. Overnight.

Day 12 Dubrovnik

After Sightseeing tour with local guide, free time on your own to enjoy Dubrovnik. You could climb to the top of the mountain with a cable cart to enjoy spectacular view over the old town rooftops or take an excursion to a nearby island of Lokrum, or just relax in the old city.

Day 13 Full day Montenegro excursion

Drive to Montenegro, enjoying a scenic drive around Kotor Bay with its numerous small settlements, including Risan, once the seat of the Illyrian queen Teuta, and picturesque Perast. Take a break in the medieval town of Kotor, encircled by walls and fortresses and listed as UNESCO World Heritage Site. Afternoon drive back to Dubrovnik.

Day 14 Dubrovnik departure

Transfer to the airport. Departure.