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Balkan Food and Drink Exploration

Eat your way across Ljubljana, Rovinj, Zagreb, Belgrade, Sarajevo, Kotor, Tirana, and Skopje, over the course of 20 nights/21 days. On the way, you'll be introduced to Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia, Montenegro, Albania, and North Macedonia, and explore their unique cuisine, from the Mediterranean flare of Rovinj, Kotor, and Tirana to the Ottoman delicacies of Sarajevo and the spicy goodness of Macedonia and Belgrade, to say nothing of the seafood, and truffles you'll encounter, and the wine tastings in Macedonia and Croatia. All of our tours are custom, and this is just a sample meant to give an idea for what our trips are like, and the opportunities our destinations provide.
One of our team in the region will be available to you during and leading up to the trip to answer any questions and arrange local services. You will receive access to your Guest Page, with its information on the best these destinations have to offer, including things to see and do, and other inside tips from restaurant recommendations to tipping advice. Upon arrival we will provide you with a local cell phone that you can use to contact our employee (who you will meet in person) throughout your trip. In all of our destinations, we offer a variety of memorable 3-5 star accommodation options, including boutique hotels, charming B&Bs, and spacious apartments. With our firsthand experience, we can ensure they are all clean, comfortable, and centrally located, with local ambience.
Route for Ljubljana, Rovinj, Zagreb, Belgrade, Sarajevo, Kotor, Tirana, Skopje tour

3 Nights in Ljubljana

3 Nights in Ljubljana

4 days in Ljubljana

3 Nights in Ljubljana

Ljubljana enjoys a central position, making it the ideal base for exploring the rest of Slovenia. It is a crossroads culturally due to its location. On one hand, you can see its Central European influences, because of its time within the Austro-Hungarian empire, in the city's architecture and language. On the other hand there is a strong Mediterranean and Balkan influence which is brought out in their laid back approach and the city's café culture. People are often surprised how westernized and advanced Slovenia is putting it more in a class with its Austrian neighbors than its Eastern European and Balkan counterparts. The surrounding areas of the city are packed with natural beauty and cultural sights bearing witness to the city's dynamic history. There is diverse range of places to satisfy culinary desires as the local cuisine is also heavily influenced by its neighbors in all directions. Wine lovers will find Slovenia to be a hidden gem. One of the best ways we have found to get to know Ljubljana and Slovenian cuisine at the same time is on a food tour, which will take you on a gastronomic tour of the whole country while walking around the center. The city layout is tourist friendly as the Old Town has an ever expanding pedestrian zone and a great way to see Ljubljana is by bike taking advantage of the numerous bike lanes spread out across the city.

Ljubljana enjoys a central position, making it the ideal base for exploring the rest of Slovenia. It is a crossroads culturally due to its location. On one hand, you can see its Central European influences, because of its time within the Austro-Hungarian empire, in the city's architecture and language. On the other hand there is a strong Mediterranean and Balkan influence which is brought out in their laid back approach and the city's café culture. People are often surprised how westernized and advanced Slovenia is putting it more in a class with its Austrian neighbors than its Eastern European and Balkan counterparts. The surrounding areas of the city are packed with natural beauty and cultural sights bearing witness to the city's dynamic history. There is diverse range of places to satisfy culinary desires as the local cuisine is also heavily influenced by its neighbors in all directions. Wine lovers will find Slovenia to be a hidden gem. One of the best ways we have found to get to know Ljubljana and Slovenian cuisine at the same time is on a food tour, which will take you on a gastronomic tour of the whole country while walking around the center. The city layout is tourist friendly as the Old Town has an ever expanding pedestrian zone and a great way to see Ljubljana is by bike taking advantage of the numerous bike lanes spread out across the city.

Day 1

Day 1 - Arrival in Ljubljana

When you arrive at Ljubljana's airport, you'll be greeted and taken to your centrally located accommodations.

Our representative will then meet with you to answer any questions you have and to get you settled for the rest of your trip.

Castle Views

Suggestion to explore on your own

Start your stay in Ljubljana by taking a funicular or a short walk to reach Ljubljana Castle, with its stunning views of the city below and mountains beyond. Be sure to visit the museum, and if you can, catch a sunset from the castle grounds, especially the tower. End your day on a happy note with a dinner in one of the restaurants within the castle walls. We are confident to say that you will go to bed feeling happy and in love with "the loved one," the literal translation of "Ljubljana."

Castle Views

Day 2

Day 2 - Your First Full Day in Ljubljana

Ljubljana Food Tasting Small Group Tour

Ljubljana Food Tasting Small Group Tour

Included in your vacation package price.

Slovenia is the first entire country in Europe to be named a European Region of Gastronomy, an honor that has otherwise only been given to individual regions. Thus, if you want to truly experience Ljubljana, you must experience its cuisine as well, which is why we recommend this food tour with a local guide.


Activity Level : Light
Duration : 3 hours 30 minutes

Day and Night Art in Metelkova

Suggestion to explore on your own

If you're an art lover, the Museum of Contemporary Art Metelkova is a must-see. It displays selected works of contemporary art from its collection, which is conceived as a dialogue between works by key Western and Eastern European avant-garde artists. Just a short walk from the museum, you will find some interesting street art in Metelkova Mesto. The Metelkova Mesto Autonomous Cultural Centre is an umbrella term for one of the liveliest cultural, artistic, social, and intellectual urban areas in Ljubljana. It stands among the largest European agglomerations of alternative and underground cultures. During the day, you can appreciate great street art, and at night Metelkova comes to life with bars and clubs to suit anyone.

Day 3

Day 3 - Your Second Full Day in Ljubljana

Bled, Vintgar Gorge and Bohinj Private Day Trip

Bled, Vintgar Gorge and Bohinj Private Day Trip

Included in your vacation package price.

Explore some of Slovenia's most scenic sights, starting with Bled Castle, overlooking the famed Lake Bled. After a wine tasting in the castle's cellar, you'll head down to the lake itself, visiting its charming island castle via a traditional Pletna boat. Next you'll see scenic Vintgar Gorge, exploring it on foot before returning to Bled's pleasant center, and continuing onwards to Lake Bohinj. After taking in the lake's views from the Vogel ski resort (reached by cable car), you'll head to the Savica Falls, the country's most famous waterfall.


Activity Level : Moderate
Duration : 10 hours

Traditional Slovenian Evening Group Dinner

Traditional Slovenian Evening Group Dinner

You're in for a very special evening of Slovenian hospitality, charm, food, drink and culture! This is a wonderful way to get to know the life of locals more intimately. The two-hour event takes place at a restaurant near your accommodations, so it couldn't be more convenient.


Activity Level : Easy
Duration : 2 hours

Day 4

Day 4 - Traveling to Rovinj by Private Car

A morning start is recommended for your trip to Rovinj as there are some fascinating stops along the way. A private van and driver will pick you up from your accommodation. About halfway to Rovinj, we suggest touring the Postojna caves as well as visiting the nearby Predjama Castle. Built into the side of a cliff, it is a marvel. We will include these stops on your itinerary which means you'll probably arrive in Rovinj in the late afternoon, just in time to check in to your accommodation. The vehicle used for your transfer will be a standard sedan, station wagon or minivan. We can arrange for an upgrade to a more luxurious class of vehicle for an extra fee.

Private Transfer to Rovinj with a Stop in Postojna and Predjama
We also offer the following excursions in Ljubljana

Bled Fairytale Small Group Tour
Light5 hours 30 minutes
Bled and Vintgar Gorge Private Day Trip
Light8 hours
Brda - The Tuscany of Slovenia Private Tour
Easy10 hours
Communist Slovenia Private Tour
Light9 hours

3 Nights in Rovinj

3 Nights in Rovinj

4 days in Rovinj

3 Nights in Rovinj

Rovinj used to go by Rovigno, and to Italian-speakers it still does. This city was once part of the Republic of Venice, which is evident from the street names in Italian to the Venetian architectural flourishes, such as the bell tower that crowns the town. This laid-back spot has a full cultural calendar, with numerous festivals taking place in the warmer months. We’ll help you get to know the local culture, with possible activities like a local wine tasting, a fish cooking masterclass with a local chef, or a truffle hunting adventure in nearby Croatia. Then, to work up an appetite for your next delicious meal, you could rent bikes and cruise through the breathtaking Zlatni Rt Park. You’ll definitely want to visit the local market too. History buffs will love visiting the local cultural heritage museum, which gives great insight into the region. When you’re ready to get in the car, a day trip to Pula is always fun. This busy port town hosts a large market packed with delectable local specialities, and also boasts a Roman amphitheater. You could even arrange a full-day private tour through the gorgeous region of Istria, where more delights await you inland.

Rovinj used to go by Rovigno, and to Italian-speakers it still does. This city was once part of the Republic of Venice, which is evident from the street names in Italian to the Venetian architectural flourishes, such as the bell tower that crowns the town. This laid-back spot has a full cultural calendar, with numerous festivals taking place in the warmer months. We’ll help you get to know the local culture, with possible activities like a local wine tasting, a fish cooking masterclass with a local chef, or a truffle hunting adventure in nearby Croatia. Then, to work up an appetite for your next delicious meal, you could rent bikes and cruise through the breathtaking Zlatni Rt Park. You’ll definitely want to visit the local market too. History buffs will love visiting the local cultural heritage museum, which gives great insight into the region. When you’re ready to get in the car, a day trip to Pula is always fun. This busy port town hosts a large market packed with delectable local specialities, and also boasts a Roman amphitheater. You could even arrange a full-day private tour through the gorgeous region of Istria, where more delights await you inland.

Day 4

Day 4 - Arrival in Rovinj

Your driver will take you directly to your accommodation when you arrive in Rovinj.

Rovinj Private Walking Tour

Rovinj Private Walking Tour

Included in your vacation package price.

This morning you’ll be getting the lay of the land in Rovinj on a 1.5 hour private walking tour led by a local guide who knows all the ins and outs of the place. You’ll see all the main attractions including the St. Euphemia Church, the town clock, and Balbi’s Arch. The church is a stunning example of Baroque architecture and dominates Rovinj’s Old Town, as it is sits atop its hill. Inside you’ll see the preserved body of St. Euphemia from the 6th century. This tour will introduce you to the rich history of Rovinj and all of Istria, as well as Italy’s influence on the region.


Activity Level : Moderate
Duration : 1 hour 30 minutes

Day 5

Day 5 - Your First Full Day in Rovinj

Istria Private Tour

Istria Private Tour

Included in your vacation package price.

Explore the Istrian Peninsula, a beautiful, bilingual part of Croatia that invites comparisons to Tuscany, with its vineyards, truffles, scenic hilltop towns, and Italian-speaking population. This private, tailor-made tour lets you focus on the parts of Istria (and its history and cuisine) that interest you the most. Those interested in history, legends, and Slavic mythology, with its giants, dragons, and witches, could visit the hilltop town of Motovun, the ancient port of Pula (with its Roman colosseum), etc. The guide can focus on medieval history, taking you to sites such as the ruins of the fortified medieval town of Dvigrad, or the castle at Savicenta. If you would like to go far from the beaten path and delve into hidden villages where time stands still, the guide can happily present well-preserved towns and villages such as Draguc and Hum, and the natural beauty that surrounds them. Naturally, these places and interests can be mixed and matched, with the guide's expert advice.


Activity Level : Easy
Duration : 8 hours

Day 6

Day 6 - Your Second Full Day in Rovinj

Adventure Truffle Hunting Group Tour

Adventure Truffle Hunting Group Tour

Included in your vacation package price.

If you love truffles you've come to the right place. Near Lake Butoniga in central Istria, you'll experience a landscape rich with truffles. Upon arrival, the host will greet you with a welcome drink and tasty truffle treats. Then it's time for adventure! With your host and his dog, you will walk to locations where truffles grow, and with a little luck and persistence, you will find some of these precious delicacies. Later you will go back to the host's house, where you will enjoy a traditional dish with just-picked fresh truffles and a glass of wine, served amidst authentic Istrian ambiance.


Activity Level : Moderate
Duration : 4 hours

Local Flavors

Suggestion to explore on your own

Looking to get into the true local spirit of Rovinj? At the city market square you can find fresh fruit and vegetable from local producers, as well as some Istrian specialties: olive oil, truffles, herbs, asparagus and local brandy. There is also a fish market, butcher’s shop and bakery there, having fresh goods daily. The best time to visit the market is early in the morning when locals are buying their vegetables and fruits for the day, and the cooks from the restaurants are searching for the best ingredients. Enjoy the relaxed atmosphere and the colorful place, talk with the locals and buy some fresh ingredients. You will take great photos and have a wonderful time.

Local Flavors

Day 7

Day 7 - Traveling to Zagreb by Private Transfer

Today you're off to the Croatian capital! After getting picked up at your accommodations, you'll make a stop at the most famous Balkan national park, Plitvice Lakes. There, you'll have time to explore the park, with its 16 lakes and many waterfalls, before continuing on to Zagreb. The total duration of this trip is nine hours. Entrance fees and a guide are not included, but one, or both, can be added in for an additional fee.

Zagreb by Private Transfer with a Stop at Plitvice Lakes
We also offer the following excursions in Rovinj

Cooking Class - Secrets of Fish Filleting and Grilling
Easy7 hours
Curious Wines of Rovinj Private Tour
Easy5-7 hours
Dolphin Watching Small Group Tour
Light3 hours
Glavani Adventure Park Private Trip
Light5 hours

2 Nights in Zagreb

2 Nights in Zagreb

3 days in Zagreb

2 Nights in Zagreb

Zagreb is a city where different worlds have long come together. Situated at the intersection of ancient trade routes between the Adriatic and Central Europe, it is a cosmopolitan place with various cultural influences evident in the cuisine and architecture at home in any Austro-Hungarian city. You’ll love exploring the open-air markets, impressive buildings, peaceful parks, and many delicious restaurants. Just strolling through the unique combination of medieval towers, 19th century palaces, ancient churches, and market squares is a pleasure, but there’s much more to do here. After exploring all that the city has to offer with a local guide, you’ll be able to make the most of your time. You could also take a guided bike tour around the city, to get a little exercise as you experience the city. But you’ll also want to explore some of the region surrounding Zagreb. As a longer day trip, you could see the delightful Trakoscan, a neo-Gothic castle sitting on a hilltop, surrounded by a romantic English style park with exotic trees and an artificial lake. While you’re there you can also stop in Varazdin to appreciate its ornate baroque architecture.

Zagreb is a city where different worlds have long come together. Situated at the intersection of ancient trade routes between the Adriatic and Central Europe, it is a cosmopolitan place with various cultural influences evident in the cuisine and architecture at home in any Austro-Hungarian city. You’ll love exploring the open-air markets, impressive buildings, peaceful parks, and many delicious restaurants. Just strolling through the unique combination of medieval towers, 19th century palaces, ancient churches, and market squares is a pleasure, but there’s much more to do here. After exploring all that the city has to offer with a local guide, you’ll be able to make the most of your time. You could also take a guided bike tour around the city, to get a little exercise as you experience the city. But you’ll also want to explore some of the region surrounding Zagreb. As a longer day trip, you could see the delightful Trakoscan, a neo-Gothic castle sitting on a hilltop, surrounded by a romantic English style park with exotic trees and an artificial lake. While you’re there you can also stop in Varazdin to appreciate its ornate baroque architecture.

Day 7

Day 7 - Arrival in Zagreb

Your driver will bring you straight to your accommodation upon arriving in Zagreb.

Private Wine Tasting in a Wine Cellar

Take it Easy

Please ask your travel advisor for the cost to add this to your package

Trade your accommodations for fresh air in Zagreb, the greenest city in Croatia. Strolling through elegant parks and enjoying shaded benches is a perfect way to walk off your jet lag. For those who need a bit more than just a walk, cafes are a great place to enjoy the city like a local, soaking in the pulse of the city instead of rushing. Zagreb's food scene has been growing rapidly, providing many great choices: choose local, traditional, modern, or even selections from the growing street food scene. The capital of a country increasingly known for its wines, this is a perfect opportunity to indulge in a glass of local goodness in one of Zagreb’s many wine venues!


Activity Level : Easy
Duration : 50 minutes

Day 8

Day 8 - Your First Full Day in Zagreb

Zagreb Private Walking Tour

Meet Zagreb

Included in your vacation package price.

Today you’ll be exploring the most vibrant city in Croatia. In spite of the rapid economic development of the last few decades, Zagreb has retained its charm and a relaxed feeling that makes it a genuinely human city. Your guide will pick you up at your accommodation and show you around the local points of interest, including Upper Town, Kaptol, St. Mark’s Church, the Parliament, Zagreb Cathedral, Dolac Market, and the Stone Gate, complete with a funicular ride. At the end of the tour, your guide can bring you back to your accommodation, or give you tips for further exploration.


Activity Level : Light
Duration : 2 hours

Zagreb Cuisine Small Group Cooking Class

Zagreb Cuisine Group Cooking Class

Included in your vacation package price.

Here's a tasty tour that will have you cooking some scrumptious local recipes with an expert chef. Kuhaona is a culinary workshop whose mission is to promote the traditional Croatian cultural and gastronomic heritage in an inspiring and modern way and be a meeting point for the exchange of culinary experiences. First you will stroll through the Dolac farmer’s market and get an introduction to Croatian cuisine and tradition. After that, you will proceed to hands-on preparation of three traditional Croatian meals. You'll learn some new recipes and then sit down to enjoy what you've cooked, along with a glass of local wine. So put on your apron because it's going to get messy and fun!


Activity Level : Easy
Duration : 4 hours

Day 9

Day 9 - Traveling to Belgrade by Private Transfer

It's time to visit Serbia! Our driver will meet you at you accommodation and take you for a comfortable drive to Belgrade. About halfway, you'll make a stop at at Ilocki Wine Cellars, the most famous winemaker in Croatia. We'll organize a wine tasting here, and you'll have time for lunch as well. If you decide to have a meal, make sure to try some of the local Slavonian delicacies - we recommend cobanac (a type of authentic stew) or kulen (a sort of spicy sausage). After indulging in some wine, you'll continue to Belgrade. With the stop, total duration of the journey is about 7.5 hours.

Belgrade by Private Transfer with Wine Tasting at Ilocki Podrumi
We also offer the following excursions in Zagreb

All of Zagreb Small Group Biking Tour
Strenuous4 hours
Ghosts and Dragons Small Group Tour
Light1 hour 45 minutes
Ljubljana and Bled Private Day Trip
Light10-12 hours
Ljubljana and Bled Small Group Day Trip
Moderate10 hours and 30 minutes

3 Nights in Belgrade

3 Nights in Belgrade

4 days in Belgrade

3 Nights in Belgrade

Belgrade is an eclectic destination with a big-city feel, friendly locals, tasty cuisine and a very unique history. You’ll find all sorts of interesting architecture here, as well as galleries and museums that will really bring the local culture to life. While it might look a little rough around the edges, that just means there’s a real charm here waiting to be discovered. And discover it you will, from the daytime to the nightlife, as you experience the best this vibrant destination has to offer. While you’re exploring Belgrade, including the military ruins in the center, you’ll want to sample some of the local cuisine, including hearty grilled meats, local cheeses and breads, and vegetables cooked with seasonal herbs. Some of the sites you don’t want to miss include Kalmegdan Fortress, Republic Square and St. Sava Temple. Zemun, a bohemian neighborhood, is particularly rich in restaurants and cafes, and you also have the possibility of taking a food tour that will introduce you to some of the tastiest dishes. You’ll have fun in Belgrade, the perfect place to introduce yourself to this inviting region.

Belgrade is an eclectic destination with a big-city feel, friendly locals, tasty cuisine and a very unique history. You’ll find all sorts of interesting architecture here, as well as galleries and museums that will really bring the local culture to life. While it might look a little rough around the edges, that just means there’s a real charm here waiting to be discovered. And discover it you will, from the daytime to the nightlife, as you experience the best this vibrant destination has to offer. While you’re exploring Belgrade, including the military ruins in the center, you’ll want to sample some of the local cuisine, including hearty grilled meats, local cheeses and breads, and vegetables cooked with seasonal herbs. Some of the sites you don’t want to miss include Kalmegdan Fortress, Republic Square and St. Sava Temple. Zemun, a bohemian neighborhood, is particularly rich in restaurants and cafes, and you also have the possibility of taking a food tour that will introduce you to some of the tastiest dishes. You’ll have fun in Belgrade, the perfect place to introduce yourself to this inviting region.

Day 9

Day 9 - Arrival in Belgrade

Upon reaching Belgrade your driver will take you to your accommodation in the city center.

Traipse the Bohemian Quarter

Suggestion to explore on your own

For your first night in Belgrade, we suggest taking an easy walk down Knez Mihajlova street and through the Bohemian quarter of Skadarlija, often compared to Paris' Montmartre. These old areas reflect the local lifestyle and culture at its best. Here you'll experience a blend of classical and modern architecture, together with lively cafeterias, street musicians, outdoor artists, interesting galleries, and shopping. In short, this is a great place to spend a few hours.

Day 10

Day 10 - Your First Full Day in Belgrade

Serbia on Your Plate Small Group Tour

Serbia on Your Plate Small Group Tour

Included in your vacation package price.

This tour is best described as "Serbia on your plate." You'll learn all about Serbian culture while tasting many of the country's traditional dishes. We suggest skipping breakfast because this is one filling food tour, the equivalent of breakfast and lunch! Your enthusiastic young local guide will take you around central Belgrade, to visit 6 authentic venues and a green market, tasting 14 local specialties and three drinks along the way. During the tour you will be presented with two souvenirs and a special memory book. It's a tasty day, to say the least!


Activity Level : Moderate
Duration : 4 hours

Dorcol: Belgrade's Charming Center

Suggestion to explore on your own

Despite the fact how sometimes is challenging to select the most local area of the city, this time we had no doubts in putting Dorćol at the top of our pile when it comes to Belgrade’s finest local neighborhoods. The old part of town is full of vibrant streets, finest small cafeterias, charming shops, each offering something different to enchant the curious visitor. Living in Dorcol has its charms, as this vibrant area partially keeps the old look with narrow streets and old houses. In Dorcol you can enjoy the taste of the finest coffee in Belgrade, visit the last remnant of Islam in Belgrade, or find a bargain at Dorcol Platz.

Day 11

Day 11 - Your Second Full Day in Belgrade

Royal Footprints Private Wine Tour

Royal Footprints Private Wine Tour

Included in your vacation package price.

Experience the best Serbia has to offer with the Royal Footprints Private Wine Tour, taking you through its top wineries. Try rare, indigenous wines, then enjoy a fantastic lunch at a popular local restaurant, or a more private experience at a family-owned restaurant specializing in venison.


Activity Level : Easy
Duration : 8 hours

Day 12

Day 12 - Traveling to Sarajevo by Private Transfer

Today you're departing one Balkan capital and heading westwards to another. Your final destination is Sarajevo. It's around a five-hour drive door to door. To break the journey for a small extra fee we can arrange for a stop of your choice: A small detour and you could visit Tuzla, a town that wasn't spared the atrocities of the war in the '90s but has miraculously managed to maintain its pluralist nature and is still a city with a mixed Bosniak, Croat and Serb population, or for the archeologically inclined, a stop in Sremska Mitrovica might be in order, for this is the location of Sirmium, where a Roman imperial palace was excavated in 1957, this has the advantage of requiring much less of a detour.

By Private Transfer to Sarajevo
We also offer the following excursions in Belgrade

Belgrade Private Sightseeing Tour
Easy4 hours
Belgrade's Yugoslavian Heritage Private Tour
Light4 hours
Fruska Gora Monasteries and Sremski Karlovci Private Tour
Easy8 hours
Iron Gate Gorge and Lepenski Vir Private Tour
Light9-10 hours

2 Nights in Sarajevo

2 Nights in Sarajevo

3 days in Sarajevo

2 Nights in Sarajevo

A cosmopolitan city, Sarajevo's sheer religious and cultural diversity earned it the nickname "Jerusalem of the Balkans." While the prosperity that brought it the 1984 Winter Olympics has since faded, the city remains unique. Nestled among endless hills and towering mountains, it feels isolated yet central, quaint yet cosmopolitan. The Old Town, known as Bascarsija, with cobblestone streets, mosques and bazaars that betray its Ottoman heritage. There’s a vibrant combination of cultures here, which has had wonderful effects on the eclectic cuisine, the incredibly welcoming locals and the impressive architecture. And within that mix is the city’s dramatic and often volatile history. History is alive in Sarajevo, and you’ll find reminders of past triumphs and tragedies as you explore this lovely city. No visit is complete without a feast of the local meat specialties from the grill, including the mouthwatering Cevapcici. Explore the city’s unique history at the Tunnel of Hope, constructed between March and June of 1993 during the Siege of Sarajevo in the midst of the Bosnian War, the longest modern siege of a capital city. These days it’s an evocative museum. You’ll also want to visit the ruins of the Olympic Games in the hills outside the city. It’s haunting and beautiful to see the abandoned ski jump and luge tracks.

A cosmopolitan city, Sarajevo's sheer religious and cultural diversity earned it the nickname "Jerusalem of the Balkans." While the prosperity that brought it the 1984 Winter Olympics has since faded, the city remains unique. Nestled among endless hills and towering mountains, it feels isolated yet central, quaint yet cosmopolitan. The Old Town, known as Bascarsija, with cobblestone streets, mosques and bazaars that betray its Ottoman heritage. There’s a vibrant combination of cultures here, which has had wonderful effects on the eclectic cuisine, the incredibly welcoming locals and the impressive architecture. And within that mix is the city’s dramatic and often volatile history. History is alive in Sarajevo, and you’ll find reminders of past triumphs and tragedies as you explore this lovely city. No visit is complete without a feast of the local meat specialties from the grill, including the mouthwatering Cevapcici. Explore the city’s unique history at the Tunnel of Hope, constructed between March and June of 1993 during the Siege of Sarajevo in the midst of the Bosnian War, the longest modern siege of a capital city. These days it’s an evocative museum. You’ll also want to visit the ruins of the Olympic Games in the hills outside the city. It’s haunting and beautiful to see the abandoned ski jump and luge tracks.

Day 12

Day 12 - Arrival in Sarajevo

Your driver will bring you directly to your accommodation when you arrive in Sarajevo.

Baščaršija, the City's Heart

Suggestion to explore on your own

Baščaršija is Sarajevo's old bazaar and the historical and cultural center of the city. If you want to experience the bazaar at its best, we suggest taking a stroll through the bazaar to Bravadžiluk Street. Once home to the city's locksmiths, this street is now Baščaršija's gastronmic paradise, home to many of Sarajevo's most famous eateries.

Baščaršija, the City's Heart

Day 13

Day 13 - Your First Full Day in Sarajevo

Meeting of Cultures Private Walking Tour

Meeting of Cultures Private Walking Tour

Included in your vacation package price.

This sightseeing tour of Sarajevo's Old Town includes all of the most important sights, including the Latin Bridge, the Museum of Sarajevo, the Emperor's Mosque, the House of Defiance, the City Hall, the Old Orthodox Church, the Morica Guesthouse, the Jewish Synagogue, and much more. Led by an experienced local guide, you will come to a better understanding of the history of the city and its contemporary layout.


Activity Level : Light
Duration : 2 hours

Sarajevo's Best Museums

Suggestion to explore on your own

Each museum in Sarajevo reflects the history and lives of locals in very different circumstances, and each one will significantly help you understand this unique city and determined citizens. Museums centered around the fighting in the 90s are exceptionally emotional and include the War Tunnel (the sole source of aid and weapons during the Siege of Sarajevo), Gallery 11/07/95 (named for the date of the Srebrenica Massacre), and especially the War Childhood Museum. If you're interested in more distant history, seek out Srzo's House (a traditional Bosnian house) and the National Museum. We also recommend visiting the Jewish Museum, to learn about the very complicated and interesting history of Bosnia's long-lived Jewish community.

Traditional Bosnian Dinner with a Local Family Small Group Tour

Traditional Bosnian Dinner with a Local Family Small Group Tour

Included in your vacation package price.

You'll enjoy a delicious historical adventure through the cuisine and culture of Bosnia and Herzegovina at this unique and traditional Bosnian dinner. You'll have several courses of traditional cuisine and get to learn more about the local culture as you dine. At the end of the meal your guide will show you a lovely panoramic view over the entire city!


Activity Level : Light
Duration : 3 hours

Day 14

Day 14 - Traveling to Kotor by Private Transfer

Today you'll be leaving Sarajevo for the picturesque town of Kotor. Your driver will pick you up at your accommodation at the agreed-upon time. The trip takes about 4.5 hours.

Private Transfer to Kotor
We also offer the following excursions in Sarajevo

East Bosnia UNESCO Heritage Small Group Tour
Moderate10 hours
Fall of Yugoslavia and Sarajevo Siege Small Group Tour
Easy3.5 hours
Jajce and Travnik Small Group Tour
Light8 hours
Tito's Bunker and Konjic Private Day Trip
Light6-7 hours

2 Nights in Kotor

2 Nights in Kotor

3 days in Kotor

2 Nights in Kotor

The southernmost fjord in all of Europe and the deepest in the Adriatic Sea, Kotor is truly a hidden gem. This is a spectacular, visually stunning destination where steep black mountains edge up against the sea. The city is on the UNESCO World Heritage list, mostly for its perfectly preserved Old Town and its walls, with architecture from the Middle Ages. The combination of picture-perfect natural scenery with incredible ancient architecture is dramatic to say the least, and makes a wonderful setting for a unique holiday. The churches and fortresses are some of the most spectacular structures, but that’s just the beginning of things to do in this city of friendly locals, rich history and delicious cuisine. After touring the city with a local, who will help you make your way through the winding streets to see the most impressive sites, we recommend you take the opportunity to get different points of view on Kotor. For a little exercise, hike up the hills surrounding the city for a breathtaking view over the rooftops to the sea. And speaking of the sea, the seafood here is delicious and incredibly fresh. You can get together with a local mussel farmer on a private pier to learn more about this craft before sitting down to a huge plate of mussels and wine. There are also numerous options for swimming, kayaking and fishing in the beautiful and calms waters of the Bay of Kotor.

The southernmost fjord in all of Europe and the deepest in the Adriatic Sea, Kotor is truly a hidden gem. This is a spectacular, visually stunning destination where steep black mountains edge up against the sea. The city is on the UNESCO World Heritage list, mostly for its perfectly preserved Old Town and its walls, with architecture from the Middle Ages. The combination of picture-perfect natural scenery with incredible ancient architecture is dramatic to say the least, and makes a wonderful setting for a unique holiday. The churches and fortresses are some of the most spectacular structures, but that’s just the beginning of things to do in this city of friendly locals, rich history and delicious cuisine. After touring the city with a local, who will help you make your way through the winding streets to see the most impressive sites, we recommend you take the opportunity to get different points of view on Kotor. For a little exercise, hike up the hills surrounding the city for a breathtaking view over the rooftops to the sea. And speaking of the sea, the seafood here is delicious and incredibly fresh. You can get together with a local mussel farmer on a private pier to learn more about this craft before sitting down to a huge plate of mussels and wine. There are also numerous options for swimming, kayaking and fishing in the beautiful and calms waters of the Bay of Kotor.

Day 14

Day 14 - Arrival in Kotor

When you arrive and meet your driver, he will bring you directly to your Kotor accommodations.

Kotor Private Walking Tour

Get to Know Kotor

Included in your vacation package price.

Today you’ll be exploring the wonders of Kotor, a UNESCO World Heritage-listed destination. You’ll see all the best architecture, including the Cathedral of Saint Tryphon, the Church of Saint Luca, old noble palaces and more. And since you'll have a local guide, you’ll get real insight not only into the city’s history but also where to go while you’re here. At the end of the tour, the guide will accompany you back to your accommodation, or can suggest places for further exploration.


Activity Level : Easy
Duration : 1 hour

Day 15

Day 15 - Your First Full Day in Kotor

All About the Mussels Group Tour

All About the Mussels Group Tour

Included in your vacation package price.

How about a nice boat trip to a private pier for some fish, mussels, and wine? Sounds like the perfect excursion to us! You'll be visiting an authentic mussel farm on the bay with a little pier that's just perfect for some down-time on the water. Have a swim, relax or learn how to make mussels according to local recipes. Before lunch, you will make a stop at the Lady of the Rocks church island to learn about its history. This is a well-rounded day of local cuisine and culture.


Activity Level : Light
Duration : 3 hours

Kotor and Countryside Family Visit Private Half-Day Tour

Kotor and Countryside Family Visit Private Half-Day Tour

On this very special day, you'll have a truly unique opportunity to meet a local olive oil making family. The Moric family, who still use a 150-year-old mill to produce excellent olive oil. They'll tell you all about the process and you'll get to taste some of their most delicious olive oil along with fantastic local products. It's a delicious day!


Activity Level : Light
Duration : 4 hours

Day 16

Day 16 - Traveling to Tirana by Private Transfer

Albania awaits! Our driver will meet you at your accommodations and take you for a scenic drive to Tirana. On your way, he'll make a 1.5-hour stop at Lake Skadar, a beautiful piece of nature on the Albanian-Montenegrin border. This is the perfect place to stretch your legs, take a look around, and enjoy a drink, snack, or even a full meal. If you opt for the last option, we recommend a traditional local delicacy--baked carp. After your break, you'll continue to Tirana. The journey's total duration is about six hours.

Tirana by Private Transfer With a Lake Skadar Stop
We also offer the following excursions in Kotor

Bay of Kotor Half-Day Private Speedboat Tour
Light4 hours
Bay of Kotor and Blue Cave Private Speedboat Tour
Light8 hours
Best of Montenegro Private Tour
Strenuous10 hours
Kotor - Perast - Budva Private Tour
Moderate6 hours

2 Nights in Tirana

2 Nights in Tirana

3 days in Tirana

2 Nights in Tirana

Tirana is a unique destination that combines opposites. It feels both ancient and modern, quaint and cosmopolitan, fast-paced, yet laidback. There are wonderful restaurants here, beautiful nature in the surrounding countryside, and a rich cultural life that will keep you entertained all day and night. The Blloku neighborhood is one of the city’s most vibrant, with excellent bars, restaurants and cafes. The Old Town, meanwhile, has an eclectic mix of historic architecture. This is a lovely destination that still feels untouched, so you’ll really be able to make the city yours. Besides exploring the unique urban atmosphere, there are several fantastic day trips to enjoy. Driving to the city of Berat is always fun, as you can stop at a winery along the way to sample some of the tasty local vintages, then check out an impressive castle. The Albanian Riviera is also relatively close by, and here you can relax along the shore and get in touch with the life of local fishermen. The nearby Dajti Mountain is also an impressive destination, with incredible views over the city and beyond. From outdoor adventures to delectable gastronomy and historic architecture, Tirana really has something for everyone.

Tirana is a unique destination that combines opposites. It feels both ancient and modern, quaint and cosmopolitan, fast-paced, yet laidback. There are wonderful restaurants here, beautiful nature in the surrounding countryside, and a rich cultural life that will keep you entertained all day and night. The Blloku neighborhood is one of the city’s most vibrant, with excellent bars, restaurants and cafes. The Old Town, meanwhile, has an eclectic mix of historic architecture. This is a lovely destination that still feels untouched, so you’ll really be able to make the city yours. Besides exploring the unique urban atmosphere, there are several fantastic day trips to enjoy. Driving to the city of Berat is always fun, as you can stop at a winery along the way to sample some of the tasty local vintages, then check out an impressive castle. The Albanian Riviera is also relatively close by, and here you can relax along the shore and get in touch with the life of local fishermen. The nearby Dajti Mountain is also an impressive destination, with incredible views over the city and beyond. From outdoor adventures to delectable gastronomy and historic architecture, Tirana really has something for everyone.

Day 16

Day 16 - Arrival in Tirana

Once in Tirana, your private driver will bring you directly to your centrally located accommodation.

Tirana by Night

Suggestion to explore on your own

Tirana is a lovely city, night and day, as it's filled with countless coffee shops, bars, and restaurants. You can spend time in Grand Park, or experience the busy bars and restaurants of the Blloku area, inside Tirana Castle, or behind the Pyramid situated on the main Boulevard. The city's center also offers many smaller local restaurants, offering popular dishes at good rates.

Day 17

Day 17 - Your First Full Day in Tirana

Tirana Like a Local - Full Day Private Tour

Tirana Like a Local - Full Day Private Tour

Included in your vacation package price.

Discover Tirana's past on this tour. You'll visit the Mosque of Ethem Bey, the Clock Tower, Skanderbeg Square, the New Bazaar, Martyrs' of the Nation Boulevard, Enver Hoxha's Pyramid and various government buildings. You'll also visit the Art Gallery and Socialism Museum, along with the former Communist Party elite’s residential area, Blokku, now a buzzing district packed with modern bars and restaurants This tour includes a visit to a unique collection of Albanian memorabilia, and visiting Bunk'Art, a bunker built to survive nuclear war, converted into an art and history exhibition. On this tour you will have the chance to visit the Dajti Mountain with a cable car, while enjoying amazing landscape sightseeings and delicious local cuisine. Finally you'll enjoy a coffee in the rotating Sky Tower and admire fantastic views of Tirana.


Activity Level : Light
Duration : 7-8 hours

Day 18

Day 18 - Traveling to Skopje by Private Car

Macedonia is waiting! Today you will be traveling to Skopje, Macedonia's capital, stopping on the way in Prizren, the most beautiful town in Kosovo. We will arrange for a private driver to pick you up at your accommodation and take you to Skopje. The drive takes around 4.5 hours.

We also offer the following excursions in Tirana

Agri-Bunker Private Tour
Light5-7 hours
Agri-Bunkers and Cape of Rodon Beach Private Tour
Light8-9 hours
Albanian Riviera Private Tour
Light12 hours
Berat Private Tour
Light8-9 hours

3 Nights in Skopje

3 Nights in Skopje

4 days in Skopje

3 Nights in Skopje

The birthplace of Mother Teresa, Skopje is a city that reveres its past. You’ll find numerous landmarks and tributes to Mother Teresa here. But the statues in Skopje aren’t like those you’ve seen elsewhere. Several years ago, the government built monuments to many local historical figures. As a result, Skopje is like a living museum where the region’s culture and history come alive before your eyes. Skopje's atmosphere is unique, combining a little of the energy of Las Vegas with Eastern European charm. It’s really like nothing you’ve ever experienced before. Some of the decorations are a little over the top, but the city is a must for visitors to the region. As you explore the sites you should try the excellent local wine and food, which combines flavors from Balkan and Greek cuisines. Skopje’s Old Town is reserved for pedestrians, so its traditional atmosphere has been preserved. This is the best place to explore the Muslim influence on the region, as the city center features various bazaars and cozy alleyways. You’ll definitely feel like you’ve stepped back into a more traditional age, in contrast to the modern monuments throughout Skopje. But the city isn’t all there is to explore. The fortress on the hill is impressive and well worth the hike. About 20 minutes away you’ll find Matka Canyon, which offers spectacular outdoor activities including boating, kayaking and hiking. For another point of view on Skopje, take the funicular up to the famous cross that overlooks the city. This is an ever-changing and exciting destination that always offers visitors something new and never disappoints.

The birthplace of Mother Teresa, Skopje is a city that reveres its past. You’ll find numerous landmarks and tributes to Mother Teresa here. But the statues in Skopje aren’t like those you’ve seen elsewhere. Several years ago, the government built monuments to many local historical figures. As a result, Skopje is like a living museum where the region’s culture and history come alive before your eyes. Skopje's atmosphere is unique, combining a little of the energy of Las Vegas with Eastern European charm. It’s really like nothing you’ve ever experienced before. Some of the decorations are a little over the top, but the city is a must for visitors to the region. As you explore the sites you should try the excellent local wine and food, which combines flavors from Balkan and Greek cuisines. Skopje’s Old Town is reserved for pedestrians, so its traditional atmosphere has been preserved. This is the best place to explore the Muslim influence on the region, as the city center features various bazaars and cozy alleyways. You’ll definitely feel like you’ve stepped back into a more traditional age, in contrast to the modern monuments throughout Skopje. But the city isn’t all there is to explore. The fortress on the hill is impressive and well worth the hike. About 20 minutes away you’ll find Matka Canyon, which offers spectacular outdoor activities including boating, kayaking and hiking. For another point of view on Skopje, take the funicular up to the famous cross that overlooks the city. This is an ever-changing and exciting destination that always offers visitors something new and never disappoints.

Day 18

Day 18 - Arrival in Skopje

Your driver will bring you directly to your accommodation in the center of Skopje.

Taste Macedonia

Suggestion to explore on your own

While you’re in Skopje you’ll certainly want to taste some of the delectable local cuisine. You’ll want to try at least one of the most famous dishes. Tavche Gravche is beans cooked with special spices in a delicious sauce. Ajvar is a tangy spread made from red bell peppers, eggplant, garlic and chilli. Kashkaval is a yellow sheep’s milk cheese made locally. All three dishes are uniquely flavorful comfort food.

Day 19

Day 19 - Your First Full Day in Skopje

Skopje Private Walking Tour

Scoping out Skopje

Included in your vacation package price.

This walking tour of Skopje includes all of the highlights of this fantastic city. You'll start with the old railway station, one of the most striking buildings in the Balkans. You'll also get to see the monument to Mother Teresa, the house of Mother Teresa and the Stone Bridge which is known as the most imposing monument in Macedonia. Another part of the tour takes you to Skopje's Old Town, with a walk through the Skopje Bazar, and finally a visit to a gorgeous church. You'll see the most interesting sights of this unique destination and get a real feel for its culture.


Activity Level : Light
Duration : 3 hours

How Bazaar!

Suggestion to explore on your own

Skopje’s Old Bazaar is the oldest part of the city, and also one of its most atmospheric. You’ll find it on the eastern bank of the Vardar River, from Stone Bridge to the Bit-Pazar, and from Skopje Fortress to the Serava River. A merchant’s quarter since the 12th century, the Old Bazaar is packed with local shops and salesmen with a little of everything.This is a unique place where you can really see the local culture and also find everything from crafts to curios, local produce and baked goods. Don’t forget to haggle!

Day 20

Day 20 - Your Second Full Day in Skopje

Tikves Wine Private Tour

Tikves Wine Private Tour

Included in your vacation package price.

The Tikves area produces North Macedonia's best wines. On this tour, you'll visit its eponymous shining star, the largest and oldest winery in the Balkans Tikves Winery. There, you'll see how it produces its famous, quality wines (and a bewildering variety of other drinks), then enjoy a lunch while tasting four varieties of wine.


Activity Level : Easy
Duration : 5 hours

Day 21

Day 21 - Departure Day

Today, a driver will pick you up at your accommodation and bring you to the Skopje airport for your departing flight.

We also offer the following excursions in Skopje

Kosovo Private Day Trip
Light10 hours
Matka Canyon Private Tour
Moderate4 hours
North Macedonia Wine Tasting and Winery Tour
Light5-6 hours
Ohrid Private Day Tour
Light10 hours

What's Included

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Please let us know if you'd like to upgrade any transfers or add any additional tours or excursions to your itinerary.

Ljubljana

3 Nights Accommodation
Breakfast (hotels only)
Ljubljana Airport Private Transfer
Ljubljana Food Tasting Small Group Tour
Bled, Vintgar Gorge and Bohinj Private Day Trip
Ljubljana - Rovinj Private Transfer with a Stop in Postojna Cave and Predjama Castle (entrances not included)

Rovinj

3 Nights Accommodation
Breakfast (hotels only)
Rovinj Private Walking Tour
Istria Private Tour
Adventure Truffle Hunting Group Tour
Rovinj - Zagreb Private Transfer with a Stop in Plitvice (Entrances NOT Included)

Zagreb

2 Nights Accommodation
Breakfast (hotels only)
Zagreb Private Walking Tour
Zagreb Cuisine Group Cooking Class
Zagreb - Belgrade Private Transfer with a stop at Ilok Cellars for the Wine Tasting

Belgrade

3 Nights Accommodation
Breakfast (hotels only)
Serbia on Your Plate Small Group Tour
Royal Footprints Private Wine Tour
Belgrade - Sarajevo Private Transfer

Sarajevo

2 Nights Accommodation
Breakfast (hotels only)
Meeting of Cultures Private Walking Tour
Traditional Bosnian Dinner with a Local Family Small Group Tour
Sarajevo - Kotor Private Transfer

Kotor

2 Nights Accommodation
Breakfast (hotels only)
Kotor Private Walking Tour
All About the Mussels Group Tour
Kotor - Tirana Private Transfer with Skoder Lake Stop

Tirana

2 Nights Accommodation
Breakfast (hotels only)
Tirana Like a Local - Full Day Private Tour
Tirana - Skopje Private Transfer (via Prizren)

Skopje

3 Nights Accommodation
Breakfast (hotels only)
Skopje Private Walking Tour
Tikves Wine Private Tour
Skopje Airport Transfer
The package excludes:

  • Flights to and from Europe.
  • Tips for Tour Guides, Drivers and Local Reps.
  • Meals (other than breakfast if included in room rate and meals listed as included in food tours and excursions, unless explicitly stated otherwise).
  • Parking fees for your Rental Car (if you are booking one with us) unless otherwise indicated. Some hotels provide free parking facilities.
  • Travel Insurance. See the insurance link on our website

Benefits of Traveling with JayWay

A JayWay vacation is more than the sum of its parts. Our team work tirelessly to ensure your experience is memorable for all the right reasons. Your trip is personalized to maximize your enjoyment. You're taken care of every step of the way.

A Travel Advisor who speaks your language
We will make sure that all your requirements and interests are taken into account in preparing your itinerary.
A totally tailored itinerary for your vacation
Your trip is customized for you by  an experienced trip planner and an expert on the region.
A choice of hand-picked hotels and excursions
We've personally inspected and tested all the hotels and local tour providers we work with to ensure quality.
Detailed pre-trip preparation to make the most of every day
Your Europe-based Tour Manager will be in touch by email and phone a month before you arrive to finalize timings.
On-trip Concierge Service to smooth out any bumps in the road
Our local staff are at your service throughout your journey via the local prepaid cellphone which we provide.
Personalized Guest Page to make sure you're not missing out
Packed with detailed information and recommendations curated by locals on the best things to do, see and eat.

Glowing Reviews from Our Guests

4.8 / 5

Average of our Guest's Ratings of vacation packages including these destinations
Review by Todd & Jennifer

Todd & Jennifer

Ontario

The JayWay Travel experience is customized and personalized. Each trip will be unique to you and it is a wonderful way to ensure you focus on what matters most while travelling (sights, activities, etc.) rather than booking hotels, transfers, etc. that take up so much of your time and energy.

The JayWay Travel experience is customized and personalized. Each trip will be unique to you and it is a wonderful way to ensure you focus on what matters most while travelling (sights, activities, etc.) rather than booking hotels, transfers, etc. that take up so much of your time and energy.

Year : 2019
Visited : Romania, Serbia, Montenegro, Albania, Macedonia, Bulgaria
Itinerary : Bucharest, Sibiu, Belgrade, Kotor, Tirana, Ohrid, Skopje, Sofia, Burgas, Constanta
Rating :
4.6 / 5
Year : 2019
Visited : Romania, Serbia, Montenegro, Albania, Macedonia, Bulgaria
Itinerary : Bucharest, Sibiu, Belgrade, Kotor, Tirana, Ohrid, Skopje, Sofia, Burgas, Constanta
Rating :
4.6 / 5
Review by Howard & Dayna

Howard & Dayna

Oregon

We have not regretted for a moment, we entered the Jay Way world. Within minutes they had sent us an itinerary for our proposed trip and later gave us several selections for accommodations at various levels of comfort. We saved ourselves hours of self inflicted searching, pondering, reserving and unnecessary risk. We were comforted greatly at the transition points, i.e., being met as we arrived at each location, having a city tour to orient us to each city, and then transport to either the train station or by shuttle to our next destination. We recommend Jay Way Travel without any reservation. The time, energy, and effort they saved us was worth every dollar of their fee, which by any accounts was very reasonable.

We have not regretted for a moment, we entered the Jay Way world. Within minutes they had sent us an itinerary for our proposed trip and later gave us several selections for accommodations at various levels of comfort. We saved ourselves hours of self inflicted searching, pondering, reserving and unnecessary risk. We were comforted greatly at the transition points, i.e., being met as we arrived at each location, having a city tour to orient us to each city, and then transport to either the train station or by shuttle to our next destination. We recommend Jay Way Travel without any reservation. The time, energy, and effort they saved us was worth every dollar of their fee, which by any accounts was very reasonable.

Year : 2018
Visited : Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Slovenia, Hungary, Slovakia, Austria, Czech Republic, Germany
Itinerary : Dubrovnik, Split, Sarajevo, Plitvice, Rovinj, Ljubljana, Zagreb, Budapest, Bratislava, Vienna, Salzburg, Cesky Krumlov, Prague, Berlin
Rating :
4.8 / 5
Year : 2018
Visited : Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Slovenia, Hungary, Slovakia, Austria, Czech Republic, Germany
Itinerary : Dubrovnik, Split, Sarajevo, Plitvice, Rovinj, Ljubljana, Zagreb, Budapest, Bratislava, Vienna, Salzburg, Cesky Krumlov, Prague, Berlin
Rating :
4.8 / 5
Review by Jerry & Debbie

Jerry & Debbie

California

The trip was very well put together. We got to experience different countries, different climates, mountains, lakes, sea coast, cities, villages, islands, historical sites, shopping, incredible food, and friendly people. We loved every minute and every experience!

The trip was very well put together. We got to experience different countries, different climates, mountains, lakes, sea coast, cities, villages, islands, historical sites, shopping, incredible food, and friendly people. We loved every minute and every experience!

Year : 2018
Visited : Croatia, Slovenia, Montenegro
Itinerary : Zagreb, Ljubljana, Rovinj, Plitvice, Zadar, Split, Hvar, Dubrovnik, Kotor, Dubrovnik
Rating :
5 / 5
Year : 2018
Visited : Croatia, Slovenia, Montenegro
Itinerary : Zagreb, Ljubljana, Rovinj, Plitvice, Zadar, Split, Hvar, Dubrovnik, Kotor, Dubrovnik
Rating :
5 / 5

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