Serbia – Bosnia & Herzegovina – Croatia

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Serbia – Bosnia & Herzegovina – Croatia | This tour is for those who do not have time to discover each country separately, so we created city breaks in three countries. First we start with walk and drive through Belgrade and its most important points, and from our country we move to Bosnia, to the oriental part of Balkan, where you can see old traditional handcrafts, materials, food and drinks. Our tour later leads to the capital of Croatia, Zagreb. We can guarantee you that with our tour guides, every step you made will be unforgettable. 

5 days
  • Included
    airport transfers
    transportation services
    profesional licensed tour guide on english
    entry fees
  • Not Included
    Individual costs
    travel insurance of passengers
    optional excursions
    Airline tickets
    ptional excursions

Tour plan


Day 1. Belgrade (SERBIA)

Arrival in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. Transfer to your hotel with panoramic sightseeing. Welcome dinner in traditional restaurant in Belgrade`s bohemian quarter. Overnight.



Day 2. Belgrade

Breakfast and in the agreed time going on walking tour. You are heading to the Republic Square, where we see the architectural wonders in monuments such as the National Theatre, National Museum, Serbian Academy of Science & Arts in the famous Knez Mihajlova Street. At the old town we see the ‘Question mark sign’ Inn, Princess Ljubica’s Residence, the Patriarchy and the Orthodox Cathedral. We will move on to the Belgrade Fortress – Kalemegdan, the gem of the city. Today medieval Fortress Kalemegdan is beautiful park and one of the reasons why Belgrade is such unique city. After the short brake we will go on to visit Josip Broz Tito, ex-Yugoslavian former Memorial House and museum. Evening is a welcome diner at the local Bohemian quarters of Skadarlija with Serbian cuisine and music. Overnight.



Day 3. Sarajevo (BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA)

Arrival to Sarajevo in the early morning hours and followed by a break for coffee and panoramic sightseeing of Sarajevo: Stup, Ali Pasha’s Field, Grbavica, Maria’s Yard, Skenderija, Miljacka bridges, National Theater, Town Hall, Inat house, Bascarsija, Sebilj, Kazandziluk street, The Bascarsian mosque from the 16th century, the old Orthodox church, the Jewish temple and the synagogue … After visiting the free time for walking and individual activities. We recommend that you try the authentic Sarajevo pies and unavoidable cevapi in Bascarsija, where our guide will be happy to take you and let you enjoy in coffee. Overnight.



Day 4. Zagreb (CROATIA)


Today we will discover Zagreb. We will begin our journey in the middle ages with the Zagreb Funicular to hear the story of the birth of Zagreb. We will learn that Zagreb originated from two neighboring settlements on the hills, Gradec and Kaptol. In the old part of the city, we will discover some of the best monuments in Zagreb: the Church of St. Mark, Church of St. Katarina, the first Gimnasium, the Croatian Parliament, the Stone Gate, the Cathedral and many more … On the way to Lower Town we will stop at Dolac and take a break for lunch. Dolac is the most famous outdoor market in Zagreb with lots of fresh and domestic fruits and vegetables and many more products from all parts of Croatia. After a short break we continue to explore the Lower Town. We take a walk from Zagreb’s main square. We will walk along the famous Green Horseshoe. We will meet the green heart of Zagreb and the unique combination of parks and squares. Starting at Zrinjevac with centuries-old trees, we continue through the square of King Tomislav, crossing the Botanical Garden and stopping at the large yellow building of the Croatian National Theater. Free time for individual activities. Dinner. Overnight.



Day 5. Departure from Zagreb

Transfer to the Airport. Departure.

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