Route: The Old-World Adriatic
Duration:11 days / 10 nights
Countries Visited: Croatia & Slovenia
Accommodation: 10 nights 4 star hotel
Meal: Breakfast in hotel
Route: The Old-World Adriatic
Arrive in Dubrovnik
Board your overnight flight to Croatia today.
Set on a peninsula on the Adriatic, Dubrovnik’s massive walls have served as the city’s calling card for centuries. Today, you’ll take a guided tour.
Pay a visit to the 13th-century Franciscan Monastery, which boasts the most extensive library in the region
View the impressive Rector’s Palace and the city’s ornate cathedral
Enjoy a free evening in Dubrovnik or add an excursion.
Free day in Dubrovnik.
Travel to Split, stopping en route in Mostar, a city in southern Bosnia and Herzegovina, for a guided tour.
Enter an old Ottoman mosque and traditional Ottoman house.
Walk over the striking Old Bridge, a UNESCO World Heritage site that joins the banks of the Neretva River
Today, enjoy a guided tour of Split, a coastal city with a local culture that seamlessly combines tradition and modernity.
Enter Diocletian’s Palace, an enormous third-century palace complex.
View the monuments to the city’s varied cultural influences, including Gothic churches, Renaissance palaces, Venetian.
fortifications and an Egyptian sphinx.
Examine sculptures, drawings and paintings at the Ivan Meštrović Gallery.
Transfer to Plitvice Lakes National Park today. Along the way, you’ll stop in two charming towns for guided tours.
See Trogir, a gem of medieval Venetian architecture set on a tiny island, where you’ll wander past Radovan’s Portal and Trogir Cathedral.
Set out on a sightseeing tour of Zadar, a seaside market town, where you’ll witness the intermingling of classical and Christian cultures in the town’s streets and churches, and view the one-of-a-kind Sea Organ.
Plitvice Lakes offers a stunning setting of lush, forested mountains and 16 levels of lakes nestled between Mount Mala Kapela and Mount Pljesevica.
Explore its upper lakes, forests, caves and waterfalls with a local guide
Visit the lower lakes with your Tour Director leading the way
Continue on to Zagreb, where a local guide introduces you to the best of Croatia’s capital city.
Pass by the Meštrović Pavilion, the horseshoe-shaped Zrinjevac Park, the fortified Lotrščak Tower and the lovely Mirogoj Cemetery.
Enter the Croatian Museum of Naïve Art to admire the simplistic beauty of its paintings, sculptures, drawings and prints
Travel to Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia. Take a guided tour of this lovely city.
Stop in Prešeren Square to see the France Prešeren Monument
Pass by the Triple Bridge, Town Hall and Baroque Robba Fountain
View Ljubljana Cathedral, the Dragon Bridge and the famed open-air market
Northwest Slovenia is home of Bled, one of Europe's most beautiful locations. Famous for its glacially formed Lake Bled and the iconic castle that overlooks it, Bled is a romantic getaway that aristocrats have been vacationing in for centuries. With its natural beauty and many outdoor attractions, this Slovenian destination has charm indeed!
Transfer to the airport for your return flight home.
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