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This tour is ideal for those who want to explore all historic important parts of Serbia, Bosnia and Croatia. Starting from Belgrade, we will guide you through culture sights of town. In the next days you will walk down the streets of Sarajevo and Mostar in Bosnia, and Dubrovnik and Split in Croatia. This towns are cultural heritage of this countries, and you can not miss to visit them. Collect memories not things. Our tour guides will help you to feel and not forget this journey.
DAY 1. Belgrade
Arrival to Belgrade airport. Welcome and transfer to the hotel with a panoramic sightseeing tour of the city. In the afternoon sightseeing from the rivers Sava and Danube. Dinner at the bohemian quart of the city – Skadarlija. Return to hotel. Overnight.
DAY 2. Belgrade
Breakfast. Visit the main sites of the city: the city center and the Republic Square, the House of Parliament, the Opera House, the National Museum, the shopping streets of Terazije and Knez Mihailova, a visit to the Kalemegdan Park and the Medieval Fortress, which offer breathtaking views, the Residence of Princess Ljubica, the National Library, Tito’s House of Flowers and the White Court. Dinner. Overnight.
DAY 3. Belgrade- Sarajevo (Bosnia)
After breakfast, departure to Sarajevo. Arrival in Sarajevo and late afternoon. Arrival to the hotel, dinner and overnight.
DAY 4. Sarajevo-Mostar-Dubrovnik
After breakfast, a panoramic city view, visit to the famous Baš Čaršija. During its golden age, Baščaršija was not only Sarajevo’s economic center, but also the largest trading hub in the Balkans, with approximately 12,000 shops and even trading colonies established by merchants from Florence, Venice, Dubrovnik …. Continue to Mostar and Dubrovnik. Short break in Mostar and visit the reconstructed bridge on the Neretva River. Old Bridge, also known as Mostar Bridge, is a rebuilt 16th-century Ottoman bridge that crosses the Neretva River and connects the two parts of the city. It stood for 427 years, until it was destroyed on November 9, 1993 by Croatian paramilitary forces during the Croat-Bosniak War. Arrival to Dubrovnik in the evening, accommodation in hotel. Dinner and overnight.
DAY 5. Dubrovnik (Croatia)
After breakfast, sightseeing of the most beautiful and oldest city on the Adriatic coast. Dubrovnik Old Town is known as one of the world’s finest and most perfectly preserved medieval cities in the world. For centuries, Dubrovnik rivaled Venice as a trading port, with its huge sturdy stone walls, built between the 11th and 17th centuries, providing protection to this former city-state. Dubrovnik is under UNESCO protection as a major world cultural heritage site. Visit the Rector’s Palace, the Cathedral, and the Dominican Monastery. Free afternoon. Dinner at a national restaurant. Overnight.
DAY 6. Dubrovnik - Split
After breakfast continue to Split, a sophisticated center of activity in Dalmatia. Croatia’s second largest city, Split is a great place to see the Dalmatian life as it’s really lived. Always buzzing, this exuberant city has just the right balance between tradition and modernity. Step inside Diocletian’s Palace (a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the world’s most impressive Roman monuments) and you will see dozens of bars, restaurants and shops thriving amid the atmospheric old walls where Split has been humming along for thousands of years. Visit Cathedral of St. Doimus, who was built as a mausoleum for Diocletian, the last known persecutor of the Christians, who was interred here in AD 311. In the 5th century, the Christians got the last laugh, destroying the emperor’s sarcophagus and converting his tomb into a dedicated church to one of his victims. Lunch. Free afternoon. Dinner at a national restaurant. Overnight.
DAY 7. Split - Belgrade
Departing from the hotel, gathering the group in front of the bus and traveling to Belgrade. Taking the passengers to the airport. End of the program.