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Min Person 1
Max Person 8
Duration 8 days
Meeting Point Ljubljana
Rating 5 / 5

This private tour includes the cities including Ljubljana, Bled, Split, Plitvice National Park, Hvar, Mostar, Dubrovnik . In Ljubljana city of Slovenia  you will take a private tour for sightseeing in the city then drive to Lake Bled and visit a medieval castle clinging to a rocky cliff around the highest peaks of the Julian Alps and the Karavanke. You will have an opportunity to visit the beautiful nature of Plitvice Lakes which is also a UNESCO World Heritage site as well.The waters flowing over the limestone and chalk have, over thousands of years, deposited travertine barriers, creating natural dams which in turn have created a series of beautiful lakes, caves and waterfalls. The city castle and cathedral are the main attraction and located in the middle of the old town.Then drive to Split - Croatia's second-largest city, Split  is a great place to see Dalmatian life as it's really lived. Explore Hvar island , take a tour in the old city and the Hvar castle with a wine tasting tour with your guide by driving around the island and stops for taking the best pictures of Pakleni islands.Next you will drive to Dubrovnik 'the pearl of the Adriatic' for a private tour in the old city and take a cable car for oversightseeing the city above the highest hill of the region.Then you will have a day trip to Mostar town to experience a local of life of the Bosnian culture known for its old Turkish houses and Old Bridge, Stari Most while admiring the famous arched bridge and visiting the Old Bazaar alongside historical mosques and the Turkish House.







Day 1

Slovenia Ljubljana,

Arrive in Ljubljana and meet our guide for a comfortable private transfer to your hotel. Transfer to your hotel then you will have a leisure time for the remainder of the day.

Day 2

Slovenia Ljubljana,

Today you will meet your private tour guide, you will visit the capital city of Ljubljana. One of Europe’s smallest capitals, charming Ljubljana blends cosmopolitan characteristics within a friendly old-world village atmosphere. This old town is filled with unique museums and galleries, romantic bridges, sumptuous architecture, and artsy cafes. After two hours guided tour highlighting the town’s main attractions and history, you will drive up to Lake Bled which is located against the backdrop of the towering Julian Alps, this emerald-green lake features a small islet topped by a church and is surrounded by lush forests and a medieval castle. It is a real-life fairytale painting. With your guide along to navigate and point out interesting details along the way, you will tour the castle that sits atop the rocky cliff and take a peaceful boat ride out onto the calm lake.Drive back to your hotel in Ljubljana.

Day 3

Croatia Plitvice,

Departing from Ljubljana today, you and your guide will travel about three hours to reach Plitvice Lakes National Park, the largest national park in Croatia and a UNESCO World Heritage natural site. The raw and inspiring natural beauty of this place lies in its 16 turquoise-hued lakes created by deposited travertine barriers and linked by a series of waterfalls and cascades. The park also contains an abundance of green forest and protected wildlife such as wolves, bears, and rare bird species. Spend some time here taking rejuvenation from the fresh environment. Stay in Plitvice lakes.Next you will continue on the road with a three-hour scenic drive to the coastal town of Trogir. Afterwards you will drive to Split to stay overnight in our hotel.

Day 4

Croatia Hvar,

This morning you will check out from your hotel to be transferred to Split in the afternoon and visit Split is the second largest city in Croatia, Split is a great place to see Dalmatian life with the right balance of tradition and modernity. You will visit Diocletian’s Palace (a Unesco World Heritage site and one of the world’s most impressive Roman monuments), Peristyle, Temple of Jupiter, cathedral of Saint Domnius.Then take a ferry to Hvar.Check into your hotel.

Day 5

Croatia Hvar,

This morning you will meet your guide to enjoy visiting the old city, St. Stephen’s Square in Hvar Town and the old castle above the hill overlooking the famous Pakleni islands. Then you will have a wonderful wine tour of Hvar in an olive groove with views of historic UNESCO listed fields of Stari Grad. Return to the hotel in Hvar. Afterwards, you can spend your time to discover this breathtaking view over the landscape and the yachting harbour in the city. You will spend your leisure time on your own. In the night you can enjoy dancing in one of the most famous dancing clubs of the Adriatic , Carpe Diem which was frequently visited by the world celebrities of the world .Enjoy evening at leisure.

Day 6

Croatia Dubrovnik,

This morning take a ferry to Dubrovnik where you will be transferredto the old city, you are drawn to walk down the limestone-paved Stradun while browsing its many shops and peering down the multitude of side alleys. First, you will take an unforgettable scenic stroll atop the ancient city walls, running about 2 kilometers. From this excellent vantage point you can gaze down upon the old town and the deep blue Adriatic beyond. Then you may continue your guided tour at the Old Port, the Church of Saint Blaise and the Sponza Palace. Your guide will tell you about the stories of the town’s ancient sites. In the evening, for another spectacular view including posh cocktails, you might venture the small streets to Buza Bar, perfectly positioned for a sunset to remember. Your guide will assist you with check-in to your hotel, and the remainder of your day is free to enjoy Dubrovnik’s whitewashed beauty and pristine beaches.

Day 7

Croatia Dubrovnik,

Today you meet your guide at the hotel, you and your guide will continue to Mostar known for its old Turkish houses and Old Bridge, Stari Most built back in the 16th century during the Ottoman Empire, the single-stone arch span was considered a major technological advance. Once in the town, take some time to explore, perhaps admiring the famous arched bridge and visiting the Old Bazaar alongside historical mosques and the Turkish House. Return to Dubrovnik.

Day 8

Croatia Dubrovnik,

This morning after check out from your hotel you will be driven to the airport for your flight … End of our services…

Learn More about Croatia :

A COUNTRY WAITING TO BE EXPLORED: CROATIA; The capital of Croatia is Zagreb. There’s no in between; some people love the city while others find it extremely boring. I say you should take a tour of the city and see for yourself before making a rash decision. The Ban Jelacic Square is one of the central points of the city. The Tkalciceva Street is one of the hottest spots, especially after dark, filled with countless bars and restaurants. Another place that stirs the blood of the city is the Mirka Begovica Street which is lined with dozens of cafés. You should make sure to put the Dolac Market, the Zagreb Cathedral, the Markov Square and St. Mark’s Church on your list of places to visit. Zagreb also hosts a very unique museum; the Museum of Broken Relationships, which displays the mementos and tells the stories of the failed relationships of many people from all over the world. Another great idea would be to climb up the Lotrscak Tower built in the Middle Ages and enjoy the city from a bird’s eye view.

GET LOST IN SPACE AND TIME: One of the first places among the ‘must-see’ locations in Croatia is the Plitvice Lakes National Park. The park is nested with 16 crystalline lakes of different sizes. Breathe in the freshest and the sweetest air among the waterfalls and the trail of trees. The park is uniquely beautiful through all four seasons; the view in the winter is particularly wonderful when all you see is white. The National Park is about a 1,5-hour drive to Zagreb.

SPLIT AND THE 1700-YEAR-OLD PALACE: Consider the vicinity of the Diocletian’s Palace in Split to be the center of the city, because this is where the heart of the city beats. You will remember for the rest of your life the astonishment and the admiration of witnessing how well the 1700-year-old monument was preserved until today. Diocletian, whom the palace was built for and named after, is the first emperor in history to abdicate the throne by resigning. Inside the palace are beautiful restaurants, such as Augubio, and elegant boutiques.

THE BEAUTIFUL BAYS OF THE VIS ISLAND: The island where the British armada anchored in World War II and where Tito once led the resistance against occupation is a bit far away, but definitely worthy of visiting. It has amazing glistening bays and the most beautiful beaches for swimming. The church by the sea, the ancient buildings surrounding the island, and the beautiful houses turn the island into a tale of beauty and joy. When you start to get hungry from beholding such gorgeousness, you should get a taste of the delicious seafood served at Villa Kaliopa, which is a restaurant hidden in the lush gardens.

HVAR: THE HEART OF ENTERTAINMENT; Island Hvar is the place to be in Croatia if you are fond of entertainment and nightlife. Especially in summer nights, all venues are bursting with people looking for fun. The main square is the HvarskaPjaca; the endless stairs on the narrow streets are quite exhausting but the historical atmosphere is so enchanting that it takes a long time to realize how tired you feel. The Garifu Restaurant along the shore is my personal favorite on the island.

GET YOUR ICE CREAM AND GET LOST IN THE STREETS OF TROGIR:Trogir Island is connected to the main land by bridges. The island that shines out with a unique historical texture is indeed included on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. At the center of the island is a beautiful square and the magnificent Saint Lovre’s Cathedral. The narrow streets have defied many centuries but are well-kept as if they were built only yesterday. Trogir is famous for its ice cream parlors that offer the most delicious way of losing yourself among the alleys. Make sure that you also get a taste of true dining at Restaurant Don Dino.

KORCULA: THE ISLAND OF MARCO POLO; The famous explorer-author Marco Polo is believed to be born on this island. The house in which Marco Polo was believed to have been born was turned into a museum and is among the places frequented by the tourists visiting the island. Wander the cobblestone streets among the historical houses built in the 15th and 16thcenturies; put on your bathing suit and have a swim in Lumbardo. Get a taste of the heavenly desserts and sweets served at the world-famous Cukarin Bakery.

A CATHEDRAL, A CHURCH, A MONASTERY, A MOSQUE, A SYNAGOGUE; There are many religious monuments that you must see in Dubrovnik. Take yourself to the church dedicated to Blaise, a saint born in Sivas, and the town cathedral down the street. Make sure to visit the private collection of paintings made by 15and 16th-century artists. Don’t forget to include on your list the Franciscan Monastery which hosts one of the oldest apothecaries in Europe. Last but not least, do not consider leaving the town without seeing the mosque that displays the treaty once written by Sultan Mehmet the Conqueror.

THE PALACE THAT IMPRISONED RECTORS; When you visit Dubrovnik, take a tour of the Sponza Palace facing Orlando’s Column and the Rector’s Palace where you will witness the true glory of gothic architecture. The city was once ruled by rectors during the period when it was called the Ragusa Republic. The rectors were not even allowed to see their families so that they could maintain their sense of justice and remain impartial; which is why the rectors led a life of imprisonment at the palace where they were seated. The region offers various dining areas for when your stomach starts to growl; try Mea Culpa for tasting the Italian Cuisine or TajMahal if you are hungry for the Bosnian Cuisine, or have a bite of the snacks served at Skola.

DUBROVNIK FROM A BIRD’S EYE VIEW; Dubrovnik is a city worthy of a gaze from up above. You have two options. You could either ride on the cable car and watch the city lights as you float on air and take a coffee break at the Panorama Restaurant. Or you could indulge in a long walk along the world-famous historical walls surrounding the city. An important tip: Have some ice cream and crepes at Dolce Vita, the sweetest spot or have a drink for watching the sunset at the coolest bar Buza Bar in Dubrovnik.

The prices are per person in USD (based on the number of the participants):

1 Persons
from 5650$

2 Persons
from 3290$

3 Persons
from 2750$

4 Persons
from 2350$

5 Persons
from 1950$

6 Persons
from 1750$

7 Persons
from 1390$

All Baby

All Child

The prices are only valid for the early bookings. It may change with the high demand of the clients in the different seasons. For the further enquiries, please send us an email.

                  INCLUDED SERVICES:

•7 nights accommodation at our best selected hotels

•Transportation in a fully air-conditioned, non-smoking luxury vehicles on local tours and transfers.
• Services of professionally licensed guides on local tours.
• Wine tour of Hvar 
• 8 meals: 8 breakfasts
• Ferry transportation mentioned in the itinerary.
• English speaking guided tours mentioned in the itinerary.
• Inbound and outbound airport transfers to/from your hotel.
• All taxes, entrance & museum fees, baggage handling. (unless otherwise stated)


• International airfares.
• Tips to guide, driver, hotel staff etc.
• Travel Insurance and medical services.

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