Arrive Zagreb, Saturday
Welcome to Zagreb! You will be met at the airport as well as transferred to your hotel. After that the day is at leisure to get settled in or begin discovering. Later, gather for a Welcome Dinner with your traveling companions.
In Zagreb, Sunday
On an early morning sightseeing tour, see the historic Upper Town, St. Mark's Church, St. Catherine's Church, the Cathedral, Parliament, and also Government Palace. The rest of the day goes to recreation to discover the winding city roads, check out the shops, or take an optional excursion to see the countryside.
St.Mark's Church - The 13th-century St Mark's Church is one of Zagreb's a lot of emblematic buildings. Its colourful tiled roof, built in 1880, has the medieval coat of arms of Croatia, Dalmatia and Slavonia on the left side, and also the emblem of Zagreb on the right. The Gothic portal, composed of 15 figures in shallow niches, was sculpted in the 14th century.
St. Catherine's Church - A fine example of the Counter-Reformation of the Catholic Church, this Jesuit church (1632) was build following model of the Gesù in Rome and also was dedicated to Saint Catherine of Alexandria. The austere façade conceals a lavish interior, notably the single nave containing six lateral churches which produce an ethereal, nearly happy light and is just one of Croatia's a lot of stunning Baroque ensembles.
Zagreb to Sarajevo, Monday
Journey South, out of Croatia to Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and also Herzegovina. After checking in at the hotel, relax and enjoy dinner.
Sarajevo - Capital of Bosnia and also Herzegovina, is a compact city on the Miljacka River, surrounded by the Dinaric Alps. Its center has museums honoring local background, consisting of Sarajevo 1878 - 1918, which covers the 1914 assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, an event that sparked world war I. Landmarks of the old quarter, Baščaršija, include the Ottoman-era Gazi Husrev-bey Mosque.
Sarajevo to Dubrovnik, Tuesday
Sarajevo has been influenced by a number of cultures and also civilizations during its long history. On your city tour visit the Turkish bazaar "Bas Carsija," Husref Bay's Mosque, the Olympic Stadium, as well as Gavrilo Princip Museum. After that, continue your trip via the mountains as well as along the gorge of the Neretva River to Mostar. Here, view the remains of the Turkish quarter and the reconstruction efforts on the 16th-century stone bridge. Finally, travel to Dubrovnik, with its picturesque setting on the stunning Adriatic coast.
Baščaršija - Baščaršija is the main tourist attraction of Sarajevo. Located in the very heart of the city, this bazaar is one of Sarajevo's oldest wards as well as a well-preserved example of oriental architecture in the Balkans. The name Baščaršija is derived from two Turkish words, "baş" meaning "head" or in this instance "primary," and "çarşı," a commercial road. Positioned along the northern bank of the Miljacka River, Baščaršija is an oriental bazaar.
Husrev Bey's Mosque - Gazi Husrev Bey's Mosque, or Bey's Mosque, as it is known in your area, was constructed in the center of Baščaršija in 1530. Bey's Mosque was developed by Adžem Esir Ali, a Persian from Tabriz that was the chief architect in the Ottoman Empire at that time.its architectural style, the Gazi Husrev-bey mosque represents Early Period of the Classical Ottoman Architecture.
In Dubrovnik, Wednesday
A walking tour shows you the highlights of Old Dubrovnik. See the Rector's Palace, Bell Tower Clock, Orlando's Column as well as Sponza Palace. Then it's on to see the Dominican Monastery as well as Franciscan Monastery with its Pharmacy, among the oldest worldwide. The rest of the day goes to leisure to explore by yourself, store, walk along the water's side, or simply relax as well as enjoy your superbly scenic environments.
The Rector's Palace - is a palace in the city of Dubrovnik that used to serve as the seat of the Rector of the Republic of Ragusa between the 14th century as well as 1808. It was also the seat of the Minor Council and the state administration.
Bell Tower Clock - Soaring high above the Stradun, the Clock Tower is a magnificent landmark of the old town. Located at Luza Square which served as the market area many years ago, it is adjacent to the Sponza Palace and faces Sveti Vlaho (Saint Blaise) Church, the patron Saint of Dubrovnik. The Clock Tower overlooks Orlando's Column with its white Libertas flag waving in the wind. Situated on the much eastern side of Stradun is a 31-meter high city bell tower with a clock integrated in mid-15th century.
Dominican Monastery - Dubrovnik is home to a variety of historical and cultural monuments. It's most famous is of course the city walls, which attract thousands and hundreds of visitors each year. Another wonderful site is the Dominican Monastery, pictured above. Building initially began on the monastery back in 1301. Today, the monastery functions as a gallery, where visitors can watch a rich variety of spiritual paints, artifacts, jewelry and various other items from Dubrovnik's history.
In Dubrovnik, excursion to Montenegro, Thursday
Traveling to the Republic of Montenegro. Head to the mouth of the lovely Bay of Kotor, the longest and deepest fjord in Southern Europe. Enjoy a boat ride to Our Lady of the Rocks, one of two islets off the coast of Perast. The Roman Catholic Church is the largest building on the islet, with a museum attached to it. Upon return to the coast, we will certainly drop in Perast, an old captivating coastal town. See city of Kotor before returning to Dubrovnik. Your night is totally free to enjoy your way.
The Bay of Kotor Montenegro, - Known also as simply Boka, is a bay in the heart of the Adriatic Sea in southwestern Montenegro. The Bay of Kotor is an extraordinary travel destination for a number of reasons, but its most significant draw is its wonderful scenery. Although it is not practically an arm, it resembles one, with eco-friendly hills supplying an epic background to the blue waters of the bay.
Depart Dubrovnik, Friday
Bid farewell as you are transferred to Dubrovnik’s airport for your flight home.
|Per Person in Twin||USD 2635|
|Single Room Supplement||USD 1051|
|Tour Start Dates 2019||Tour End Dates - 2019|
|16 April||26 April|
|07 May||17 May|
|14 May||24 May|
|31 May||31 May|
|28 May||07 May|
|11 Jun||21 Jun|
|18 Jun||28 Jun|
|25 Jun||05 July|
|16 July||26 July|
|06 August||16 August|
|20 August||30 August|
|27 August||06 September|
|03 September||13 September|
|10 September||20 September|
|17 September||27 September|
|24 September||04 October|
|01 October||11 October|
|Dubrovnik||Lapad (F) / Lacroma (F)|
|Bled||Park (F) / Rikli Balance Hotel (SF)|
|Venice||Baure Paladio Hotel & Spa (DLX)|
- First class hotels, rooms with private facilities
- Breakfast daily and 6 dinners
- Airport arrival and departure transfers
- Touring by modern air-conditioned motor coach
- Professional Tour Director throughout
- Luggage handling
- Whisper technology enhanced touring
- Service charges and hotel taxes
Trip Highlights of Zagreb to Dubrovnik Tour Packages
|Zagreb to Dubrovnik Tour Package Details|
|Tour Name:||Zagreb to Dubrovnik Tour Packages|
|Tour Duration:||06 Nights / 07 Days|
|Destinations Covered:||Zagreb » Sarajevo » Dubrovnik » Montenegro|
|Starting Price:||Rs. 97, 263 / -|
|Best Time to Visit:||May and June and September and October|
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