The Balkans is a region that includes countries on the Balkan Peninsula in the southeast of Europe, including most of the former Yugoslavia. The Balkan peninsula is, according to some definitions, what lies south of the rivers Sava and Danube from the city of Belgrade.
Please arrive at least 2 hours before the flight.
8 Breakfast, 8 Lunches, 8 Dinners, 3Meals on Board
Travel Insurance Individual
Optional Tour:Montenegro Half Day tour = EURO 50 / Visit Kotor, Wine Tasting with local snack,Venice Half Day tour = EURO 85 / Visit Venice island, Visit the St.Mark's square, The Bridge of sighs,
Visit Murano Glass Factory, Private Boat ride - Deviation charge RM300
Travel to the capital of Croatia, Zagreb and start off with a guided walking tour of the Upper and Lower Town – catch a glimpse of top attractions like
• the King Tomislav Square,
• the Stone Gate, St. Mark’s Square and
• the Church of St. Mark,
• the one of a kind Museum of Broken Relationships,
• the Strossmayer Promenade,
• Ban Jelacic Square and
• Dolac Market.
Enjoy the rest of the day free at leisure to do some souvenir shopping or simply bask in the lively street atmosphere of the city.
Journey to Bosnia, Herzegovina and continue to head for its capital, Sarajevo.
Enjoy the rest of the day free at leisure to explore the historic Old Town and gain an insight into the historic events of Sarajevo’s turbulent past.
• Make your way to the Sarajevo War Tunnel for a visceral wartime experience of the Siege of Sarajevo in the 1990s.
• Following that, head out to Mostar, a picturesque city spanning a deep valley of the Neretva River.
• Follow the tour guide and amble along the magnificent Old Bridge for an extraordinary panorama over the river, visit the oldest mosque in Mostar – Cejvan Cehaj Mosque, bask in the lively atmosphere of the Old Bazaar, and drop by the 350-year-old Turkish House.
• Proceed on to Neum, the only town situated along the coastline of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the country’s only access to the Adriatic Sea.
• Explore the untouched wilderness of this old maritime retreat as well as its rich archaeological history.
Begin the day with a scenic drive along the Dalmatian coast to arrive in Dubrovnik, a late-medieval walled city fronting the Adriatic Sea. Once you arrive, breeze into the stunning Old Town where you can admire the extensive medieval, Renaissance and Baroque monuments and structures and trail your fingers along the well-preserved city walls as you walk.
• Let your tour guide lead the way as you explore Dubrovnik – take in the sights of
• the Rectors Palace,
• the Dubrovnik City Walls,
• the Onofrios Fountains, and
• the Dominican and Franciscan Monasteries.
We recommend a half day Montenegro tour to explore the stunning stretch of Mediterranean coastline with the gorgeous tucked-away mountain hamlets.
Ramble through the Croatian countryside to wind up in Split, a town on Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast that was founded by the Emperor Diocletian in AD305 to construct his retirement palace.
Have a ball of a time touring this seaside city with a guide, who will bring you to enter
• the massive Diocletian’s Palace and explore all its nooks and crannies,
• including the remains of the original palace, the Peristil Square
• as well as enter the Temple of Jupiter.
Then, continue on to Zadar, a city built in the centre of the Croatian Adriatic with three thousand years of tumultuous history. Embark on a guided promenade about the city and visit
• the Western Quay for an up-close look at the Sea Organ and
• the Monument to the Sun,
• followed by St. Donatus Church,
• the Roman Forum,
• St. Anastasia’s Cathedral,
• St. Mary’s Church and
• the Lion’s Gate.
• A drive through the Croatian highlands reveals splendid alpine scenery as you arrive in one of Europe’s most impressive national parks – the Plitvice Lakes National Park.
• Take pleasure in a guided tour of the beautiful landscapes within the UNESCO National Heritage park, adorned with sixteen lakes that are interconnected by a series of waterfalls and deep woodland populated by deer, bears, wolves, boars and rare bird species.
• Savour the riveting beauty of nature from a different perspective on the waters as you join a cruise tour, before proceed towards to the Rastoke - is the historic center of the Croatian municipality of Slunj. This old part of Slunj is known for its well-preserved mills and the picturesque little waterfalls along the Slunjcica river, which flows into the river Korana at this place.
• Continue to the the capital of Slovenia, Ljubljana. A modern capital with small-town friendliness and atmosphere, Ljubljana is a picturesque gem graced with gorgeous alabaster bridges across the Ljubljana River and decorative Baroque facades.
Note: In the event of bad wather and the boat ride unable to operate, there will be no replacement ride.
• Make your way to Lake Bled in the Julian Alps for a scenic lunch in its cli_top castle for a picture-perfect vista of glistening waters and the surrounding natural beauty.
• Thereafter, board a traditional Pletna boat ride, which will take you to explore the beautiful landscape of Lake Bled and the small, solitary Church of St. Mary right in the middle of the lake.
• Head back to Ljubljana and embark on a guided tour to see the Ljubjana Castle and to enjoy the outstanding view over the city.
• Continue with the Old Town for some of the best-preserved medieval houses, visit the
• open-air Central Market,
• the baroque Town Hall,
• the beautiful Robba’s Fountain,
• the grandiose Triple Bridge and
• Dragon Bridge.
• Journey to the town of Postojna, and embark on a unique cave tour of the renowned Postojna Cave – one of the
• world’s largest karst monuments.
• Board the unique cave railway for an exciting adventure through dark passages to the Great Mountain, where you disembark and continue on foot across the Russian Bridge into the caves comprising of the Spaghetti Hall, the White Hall and the Red Hall.
• Press on further to view the renowned stalagmite in the Brilliant Passage and get a look at the Vivarium Proteus, otherwise known as the human fish.
• Then, make a pit stop at the McArthurGlen Designer Outlets for some last minute shopping before we proceed to Venice for the night.