Long Balkan Tours

Including: Croatia (Zagreb, Plitvice, Split, Dubrovnik), Bosnia and Herzegovina (Mostar, Sarajevo), Serbia (Belgrade)


Day 1: Arriving in Zagreb

Arrive at Zagreb airport and transfer to your hotel. Afternoon city tour: Exploring the Upper town, visit the Cathedral and Ban Jelacic main square...

Day 2: Zagreb - Plitvice Lakes

The National Park Plitvice Lakes is the most known Croatian National Park entered under the UNESCO. The little lakes interconnected with waterfalls created by deposition of travertine constitute the main attraction of this unique park. Apart from lakes and forests, the park is ornamented with caves, springs, flower meadows...

Day 3: Split

First stop on the coast of the Adriatic Sea will be city which was built around the Diocletian’s Palace, city of Split. Explore the palace built in the 4th century nowadays settle on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. See the remaining of the Palace, Jupiter Temple, Cathedral...

Day 4: Dubrovnik

Journey continue to the Pearl of the Adriatic Sea - City of Dubrovnik. Walk along the main street to visit the Pile Gate, the Franciscan Monastery and the Circular Onofrio’s Fountain. Continue to the highlight of Dubrovnik, the Sponza Palace, which currently houses the State Archives. In the main square, look out for the magnificent City Bell Tower, the Rector’s Palace...

Day 5: Dubrovnik

Morning ride with Cable Car to the top of Mount Srdj and enjoy in the breathtaking view of Dubrovnik Old Town, crystal clear Adriatic Sea and Elaphiti Islands. Spend the rest of the day walking through limestone-clad streets in Dubrovnik.

Day 6: Mostar - Sarajevo

The first stop on today’s journey will be city of Mostar and visit the famous newly rebuilt Old Bridge over the Neretva River originally built by the Ottoman Empire, one of most recognizable landmarks of Bosnia and Herzegovina, walking through the old town and finish near Karadjoz-Bey mosque the most beautiful and the biggest one in the region of Herzegovina. Continue towards Sarajevo. Check in the hotel.

Day 7: Sarajevo - Vrelo Bosne

The day is reserved for the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina city of Sarajevo. Bascarsija where changing one after another Ottoman, Austro-Hungarian and finally the modern part of the city, Cathedral of Jesus Heart, Mosques, Latin Bridge…Proceed to the park Vrelo Bosne (springs of Bosnia river) It has recently been proclaimed a natural monument due to its morphological, hydrological, botanical and horticultural features. Three-kilometer long avenue of plane trees and horse chestnuts connecting Ilidza and Vrelo Bosne. The alley has over 700 trees dating back to 1880’s.

Day 8: Sarajevo - Belgrade

After the breakfast continue towards Belgrade. Passing the border on the bridge over Drina River Accommodation in hotel. Dinner in restaurant in famous bohemian street – Skadarlija, with live music.

Day 9: Belgrade

Morning tour in Belgrade including St Sava Cathedral, Kalemegdan fortress with all museums and statue built inside her, Knez Mihailova Pedestrian street...

Day 10: Departure from Belgrade

Journey will finish after breakfast in Belgrade and transfer to the airport.

10 days beautiful scenery and rich history

Tour highlights:

  • Zagreb: Upper town, Ban Jelacic square
  • Plitvice: Beautiful lakes, caves and waterfalls
  • Split: Diocletian’s palace, Jupiter temple
  • Dubrovnik: Walking through old city, Rector’s Palace, Franciscan Monastery
  • Mostar: Old Turkish bazaar, New- Old Bridge destroyed in 1993 and rebuilt in 2004
  • Sarajevo: Bascarsija, Spring of Bosnia River - Vrelo Bosne
  • Belgrade: St Sava Church, Kalemegdan Fortress, pedestrian street, parliament