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Green, Gold, And Blue Tour

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DAY 1. Sarajevo Arrival Upon arrival at Sarajevo Airport, we transfer you to the hotel where you will be staying overnight, meet your tour guide and enjoy dinner. DAY 2. Sarajevo Sarajevo, a cosmopolitan European capital with . .
Country: Bosnia And Herzegovina
City: Sarajevo
Duration: 9 Day(s) - 8 Night(s)
Tour Category: Heritage Tours
Departure Date: Thu 01 Jan '99
Package Itinerary

DAY 1. Sarajevo Arrival

Upon arrival at Sarajevo Airport, we transfer you to the hotel where you will be staying overnight, meet your tour guide and enjoy dinner.

DAY 2. Sarajevo

Sarajevo, a cosmopolitan European capital with a unique twist, the result of millennia exposed to various cultural and historical influences: is a pure delight to visit. We will spend the afternoon walking around its historical and cultural center - Baščaršija - Sarajevo’s old bazaar, designed according to the Arabian souk and the most famous meeting point for small talk and daily news over a traditional Turkish coffee.

There, we can savor the best čevapčići (Chevapchichi) the most famous local dish made of minced meat. We will also visit the Gazi Husref Bey Mosque and the War Tunnel Museum. After dining, we spend the night in Sarajevo.

DAY 3. Sarajevo - Osijek

After breakfast, we visit the Croatian Danube, and the vast Pannonian plain, with its big skies and endless horizons. In ancient times, this plain was partly covered by the Pannonian Sea until it emptied into the Danube, leaving soil so rich the area became the most significant breadwinner in the country. We will stop for lunch in the city of Slavonski Brod, on the Sava River. Then we continue to Osijek where we can dine on rich, spicy Slavonian specialties and spend the night.

DAY 4. Osijek - Zagreb

Today we explore the Baroque Fortress, St. Trinity Square, Water Gate, and other city highlights of Osijek. Taking a stroll down the city streets gives you a glimpse of the past and countless stories deep inside each stone. Our journey will take us back to the year 1526 on the wine trail to the cellar for wine tasting. Dozens of scents will revive your senses. Cheers!

We then continue on to the Croatian capital Zagreb, for dinner and an overnight stay.

DAY 5. Zagreb - Plitvice Lakes National Park

We wake in a city rich with gorgeous greenery - the city famous for its parks and preserved natural environment - the Croatian capital Zagreb. This is an eminently walkable city and our morning expedition takes explorers through its long history clearly visible in architecture and landscapes. The city tour of Zagreb includes the historic Upper Town where we find St. Mark’s Church, with its famous multicolored mosaic-tiled roof, on the square where both the Croatian Parliament and the seat of Government are located.

We also pass by the University and the typically Gothic Cathedral, of great architectural value, whose
two spires, visible from locations across the city, help

DAY 6. Zagreb

Zagreb explorers find their way. With the fountain in front sculpted by the world-famous sculptor Ivan Meštrović, we cannot miss the Croatian National Theatre, housed in the present-day Old City Hall and home to Zagreb’s drama, opera, and ballet productions, with the world and Croatian classics put on stage. Here is a perfect example of the city’s diversity: Not only a cultural and historical landmark but also a favorite hang-out for skateboarders! All through our expedition, you will find Zagreb society outdoors, in streets and squares, café, and bars, for this is Europe’s only capital with a scent of the Adriatic.

Following the city experience, we will continue to Plitvice Lakes National Park, one of Croatia’s many UNESCO World Heritage sites, to be immersed in peace and serenity. Sixteen lakes - true jewels, each at a different level are joined by a series of cascading waterfalls. Situated in a dense forest, the Plitvice lakes are a natural phenomenon of rare beauty. Here, we will have dinner and spend the night.

DAY 7. Friday Plitvice Lakes - Trogir - Split

We wake to the morning sun and birds singing and depart for two World Heritage sites. First, Trogir is a pearl-like town in the heart of Dalmatia. Here we touch on the story of the Roman Empire in the walls of the Cathedral of St. Lawrence, a Roman Catholic triple naved basilica constructed in Romanesque-Gothic style. Then south to Split, “the most beautiful city in the world”, as its citizens proudly proclaim. On the city tour, we explore the UNESCO -listed Diocletian’s Palace with its Peristyle, Temple of Jupiter, and Cathedral. Dinner and overnight stay will be in Split.

DAY 8. Split - Dubrovnik

After breakfast, we depart for the jewel that is Dubrovnik and takes a sightseeing tour of this spectacular, UNESCO-protected, fortified city whose city walls can be walked on. Dubrovnik was known as the Republic of Ragusa in the middle ages and became the only Adriatic city-state to rival Venice. Supported by skilled diplomacy and wealth, the city achieved remarkable development, particularly during the 15th and 16th centuries. We will visit the Franciscan Monastery with Europe’s third oldest pharmacy, Rector’s Palace, and Cathedral. In Dubrovnik, we will have dinner and spend the night.

DAY 9. Dubrovnik - Departure

The tour ends after breakfast with a transfer to Dubrovnik Airport.

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