The Most Beautiful Balkans

  • Theme: Classic Highlights
  • Duration: 7 Days
  • Location: Croatia
  • Departure point: Dubrovnik
  • Difficulty level: Moderate
  • Countries: Croatia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Dubrovnik, Orasac, Trsteno and Mali Ston, Perast, Kotor, Our Lady of the Rocks and the Saint George islets, Lovcen National Park, Cetinje, Budva, Trebinje, Stolac, Vjetrenica Caves, Mostar, Pocitelj, Neum

This 7-day, 6 overnights journey begins in Dubrovnik, the famous Croatian seaside town, whose UNESCO protected mediaeval city walls are embracing the famed Old Town's red roofs. The city intrigues with history and beauty, and can be seen as the backdrop for Kings Landing in the popular Game of Thrones series. The tour then explores the Dubrovnik region, uncovering picturesque fisherman villages, old mills and hundreds of years old olive groves leaning towards the timelessly blue Adriatic Sea. The oysters grown in Ston Bay by Mali Ston are said to be among best in the world, while Peljesac peninsula hides some of the best red wines in Croatia. Moving even more south, we reach Montenegro. The romantic coastline is dotted with beautiful towns such as UNESCO protected Perast and Kotor, dreamy islets, and vibrant Budva. Montenegro Mountains shelter Lovcen National Park and Cetinje city museum. Neighboring Bosnia and Herzegovina is home to stunning Trebinje and Stolac, the hub of Bosnian culture Sarajevo, and oriental Mostar. Visits will be made to Pocitelj village and Tvrdos monastery. 


  • Exploring the famous medieval Dubrovnik, a UNESCO World Heritage Site  
  • Shellfish lunch on a boat in Mali Ston
  • Visit to Kotor, 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
  • Vistit to Njegos Mausoleum and museum located on top of a mountain in Lovcen National Park
  • Visit to the city-museum, Cetinje
  • Visit to Pocitelj village, a UNESCO site and the oldest art colony in southeast Europe
  • Tour of Mostar and its Old Bridge, a UNESCO World Heritage


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