Sunny Adriatic Meets Magical Bosnia

  • Theme: Arts & Culture
  • Duration: 7 Days
  • Location: Bosnia
  • Departure point: Dubrovnik
  • Difficulty level: Moderate
  • Countries: Croatia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Hercegovina
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Dubrovnik, Orasac, Trsteno, Mali Ston, Peljesac, Perast, Islets Our Lady of the Rocks and the Saint George, Kotor, Lovcen National Park, Cetinje, Budva, Trebinje, Stolac, Vjetrenica Caves, Mostar, Pocitelj, Split, Krka National Park, Skradin, Burnji

This 7-day, 6 overnights tour combines the sunny shores of Croatia and Montenegro with beautiful landscapes of Bosnia. Starting from impressive Dubrovnik, a city on every travelers bucket list, to explore its medieval city walls, forts and palaces protected by UNESCO. Local traditions and culinary delights will be explored in surrounding Orasac, Trsteno and Mali Ston before taking the road down south to Montenegro. Montenegro’s coastline is dotted with beautiful towns such as UNESCO protected Perast and Kotor, dreamy islets, and vibrant Budva. The journey continues through Montenegro Mountains to the Lovcen National Park and Cetinje, the city museum. Journey continues onto the beautiful, for many still unexplored, Bosnia and Herzegovina where the tour takes travelers to the stunning Trebinje and Stolac and the oriental Mostar. Visits will be made to Pocitelj village and Tvrdos monastery before reaching Split, Croatia.

City tour of ancient Split will uncover many alleys filled with cafes and restaurants around historic city center, including a visit to the UNESCO site Diocletian’s Palace. Travelers will continue to explore the area visiting Omis, where the Mirabela fort stands as a permanent reminder of this town’s pirate history, take a boat ride on Cetina river, see the city isle Trogir and wander the beautiful paths of Krka National Park.


  • Exploring the famous medieval Dubrovnik Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Shellfish lunch on a boat in Mali Ston
  • Visit to Kotor, a medieval town in the stunning Kotor Bay, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Boat tour to islets Our Lady of the Rocks and the Saint George in Kotor bay
  • Exploring Budva, a stone city on the Montenegro coast dating back 3,500 years
  • City tour of Split and the UNESCO Site Diocletian’s Palace
  • Visit Krka National Park and boat ride to Skradin
  • Visit Trogir, city islet, UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Vistit to Njegos Mausoleum and museum located on top of a mountain in Lovcen National Park in Montenegro
  • Visit to the city-museum, Cetinje
  • Visit to Pocitelj village, a UNESCO site and the oldest art colony in southeast Europe
  • Tour of Mostar, famous for its Old Bridge across Neretva River, a UNESCO World Heritage Site


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