American Buffet Breakfast
Plitvice National Park
4*-5* Hotels (With The Execption Of Resort Hotel @ Plitvice)
Veneto Shopping Outlet (14D Only)
– Roosevelt Square, Ban Josip Jelacic Square,
– Medieval Upper Town,
– the Presidential Palace, Stone Gate and Pope’s Tower.
– Old Town, Rector’s Palace, City Walls,
– Onofrio’s Fountain, Franciscan & Dominican Monasteries (UNESCO),
– Five Bastions of Dubrovnik
– Cathedral of St. Domnius (St. Duje)
– Originally Emperor Diocletian’s Imperial
– Roman Mausoleum, Temple of Jupiter,
– Golden Gate
– Roman Forum, St. Donatus’ Church
– Tunnel of Hope, Old Town – Bascarsija
– Old Bridge (Stari Most), Turkish Quarter
– Medieval Castle , City Hall, Cathedral of St. Nicholas, Old Town, Triple Bridge
– Milan Gothic Duomo, Victor Emmanuelle II,
– La Scala Opera, Scaliger’s castle, Lake Garda
This morning, upon arrival in Venice, we shall head towards the beautiful Lake Bled. Lake Bled is a lake in the Julian Alps in northwestern Slovenia, where it adjoins the town of Bled. The area is a popular tourist destination for its magnificent view and beautiful scenery. Enjoy our time in Lake Bled before we make our return to Ljubljana.
Today, we will start our guided tour of Ljubljana. The city of Ljubljana is famous for its diverse architecture, including legacies of the Roman. Baroque and Art Nouveau eras, but owes much of its grand style to native born architecture Joze Plecnik, whose vision early in the 20th century transformed his provincial hometown into the capital of the Slovenian nation. We shall enter the old town to view the Opera House, Cathedral, National Museum and Castle. After lunch, we shall make our to Zagreb. Our first stop will be in Zagreb – Capital and the largest city of the Republic of Croatia. Enjoy a guided tour of Croatia’s capital including Roosevelt Square, the beautiful facades of Ban Josip Jelacic Square and the medieval upper town, the Presidential Palace, Stone Gate and Pope’s Tower.
This morning after breakfast,, we shall bid farewell to this lovely Capital City as we travel towards Croatia’s best-known national park – Plitvice Lakes National Park. Upon arrival, we shall enjoy a scenic walk with a local guide through breathtaking scenery of this natural wonder. Its 16 coloured lakes, wooded hills, wooden paths and foot bridges, waterfalls, and cascades make it one of Europe’s most famous and well-loved national parks. We shall have our overnight’s stay in this area / region.
This morning, we shall depart for Sarajevo – Capital and the largest city of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Sarajevo is surrounded by the Dinaric Alps and bisected by the Miljacka River. You will embark on a walking tour to explore this wonderful city which includes the War Tunnel – Tunnel of Hope and the enchanting Old Town (Bascarsija). After which we shall enjoy a hearty dinner before we retire for the night at the hotel.
This morning after breakfast, we begin the day with a drive towards Mostar where our lovely local guide shall show you the remains of the Turkish Quarter and the 16th Century Old Bridge (Stari Most). Next, we shall continue onwards with a scenic drive into the rugged beauty of the Neretva Valley where we shall arrive at the best-preserved Croatian Medieval City as well as the Liveliest Town in Dalmatia – Dubrovnik – for our dinner as well as our overnight’s stay.
This morning after breakfast, we will enter into the old town which is traffic free. We’ll see the Rector’s Palace, the City Walls, Onofrio’s fountain and the Franciscan & Dominican Monasteries, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Dubrovnik and its five bastions are sure to cast a spell on you.
This morning, we drive through the Dalmatian costal route from Dubrovnik to Split. Founded by the Emperor Diocletian in AD 305 when he built a palace for his retirement and as the palace grew, so did the city. We will enjoy an in depth sightseeing tour of this gracious city by the sea. We will visit Diocletian’s Palace – a well preserved fortress that was once encircled by 750 foot walls. Highlights include remains of the original palace, a Colonnaded Square and the Temple of Jupiter. We shall arrive in Zadar for our dinner and followed by our overnight’s rest.
This morning, we shall travel along the coast to undoubted one of the highlights of this tour – A visit to the Postojna Caves. Your visit is comprised of a Train Ride, together with a walking tour, which allow you to see what are possibly Europe’s most extensive and best-preserved and best-known caves. Thereafter, cross border to Trieste, Italy where our overnight stay will be in.
Today, we shall start our day by travelling to Venice with a visit to the Veneto Designer Outlet (**If closed, it will be replaced with other itinerary**), it has a great range of designer labels and at discount prices up to 70%. Thereafter, retire for the day.
Free at leisure till we transfer to the Airport
** For group joining the 14 days program, D1 – D10 as above, the rest as follows:
This morning, an orientation tour in Milan brings us to the Gothic Cathedral and the famous La Scala Opera House. Not to be missed is the Milan Duomo Square, which is the core of Milan. After lunch, you may want to shop at the famous 19th century Gallery Victor Emmanuel 2nd, a large glass-roofed building often called the living room of Milan, enhanced by the elegance of some of Milan’s finest stores. In the afternoon, free at own leisure.