April 6 – 15
£825 per person
Breakfast & Dinner
Excluding Flights ( book early around £150-200).
Tour Itinerary: 10 DAYS / 9 NIGHTS
DAY 1 – DUBROVNIK, MOSTAR
Arrival in Dubrovnik – brief introduction. Tour of the old city of Dubrovnik, the famous Pile Gate that has served as the main entrance and is still the most interesting access point to this fabulous old city, explore ancient city walls – the major attraction in Dubrovnik. Travel to Mostar and o Visit famous The Old Bridge, Koski – Mehmed Pasha Mosque, Old Bazar.. Overnight stay in there.
DAY 2. – MOSTAR, SARAJEVO
Breakfast in the hotel. Enjoy rafting on Neretva river – a highlight of many trips to Bosnia and the Western Balkans.. Drive through beautiful towns: Jablanica & Konjic. Arrival in Sarajevo. Visit main historical monuments in The Sarajevo Old Town: the National Library of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Emperor’s Mosque, The Latin Bridge, Ashkenazi Synagogue, Congregational Church, Catholic Cathedral and Gazi-Husrev Bey’s Mosque and Library. Overnight stay in Sarajevo.
DAY 3. – SARAJEVO, SREBRENICA, SARAJEVO
Breakfast in the hotel. Starting from Sarajevo we continue our tour through some beautiful mountainous regions in East Bosnia where you will be able to see farms and agriculture fields. Arrive at Srebrenica and start tour with visit to Potocari Memorial Complex. On July 11, 1995, after more than three years of the war in Bosnia, Srebrenica – a city in East Bosnia that was concidired to be a protected area in the war, became the stage of worst crimes against humanity. Return back to Sarajevo & overnight stay in there.
DAY 4. – SARAJEVO, PODGORICA
Breakfast in the hotel. Continue to Visoko or Ahatovici to enjoy horseback riding. Travel to Podgorica. Drive through Pluzine – the most scenic Road. Enjoy the view of Piva Canyon with perfect blue waters. Arrival in Podgorica, capital city of Montenegro. The name originates in 1326 and it is built amongst five rivers, the Zeta, Moraca, Ribnica, Cijevna and Sitnica. Enjoy free time. Overnight stay in Podgorica.
DAY 5. – PODGORICA, SKADAR, OHRID
Breakfast in the hotel. Travel to Skadar, one of Albania’s oldest cities, the ancient Rozafa Fortress has stunning view over Lake Shkodra and it is must see attraction. It is surrounded by the waters of three rivers; the Drini, Buna, and Kiri. Two thirds of Skadar Lake is in Montenegro and rest one third is in Albania. Continue to Ohrid. This picturesque town lies on the shore of the lake with the same name, right at the border of Albania and Macedonia. Overnight stay in Ohrid.
DAY 6. – OHRID (Boat tour), SKOPJE , PRIZREN, SKOPJE
Breakfast in the hotel & enjoy comfortable boat touring lake Ohrid. Proceed to Skopje (Macedonia) & Prizren (Kosovo). . Visit Prizren – beautiful city of old buildings, mosques and monasteries, often referred to as the cultural capital of Kosovo. Flowing through the heart of the city is the Lumbardhi (Bistrica) River. Visit Old Castle, Sinan Pasha Mosque, Turkish Hamam. Arrival in Skopje and overnight stay in Skopje.
DAY 7. – SKOPJE, MATKA CANYON (hike/kayaking/boat ride), TIRANA
Breakfast in the hotel. Skopje’s Old Bazaar is a living museum of Ottoman, Byzantine, and modern buildings. Walk across the bridges: Stone Bridge, Art Bridge.. Lookout from the Kale Fortress. Visit the Mother Theresa Memorial House. Visit amazing Matka Canyon where you have many options: kayaking, hiking or take a boat ride down the canyon. Arrival in Tirana. Overnight stay in Tirana.
DAY 8. –TIRANA, BUDVA
Breakfast in the hotel. Tirana city tour.City is surrounded by lush green hills. Visit Skenderbeg Square & Statue, Ethem Bey Mosque, Piramida. Continue to Budva – the most-visited destination in whole Balkans. Budva’s history dates back to 2500 years ago. People are exploring its atmospheric Stari Grad (Old Town), which is very compact and walkable, with plenty of cafes and restaurants to relax in. Overnight stay in Budva.
DAY 9. – BUDVA, KOTOR, TREBINJE
Breakfast in the hotel and travel to Koto. In Kotor we will step in tradition and history, with remarkable scenic views.. The Old City of Kotor is a well preserved urbanization typical of the middle Ages, built between the 12th and 14th century. Continue to Trebinje, the city of sun, wine and plane trees, on the banks of the River Trebišnjica below Mount Leotar. Visit Arslanagića Bridge – One of the best examples of the Ottoman architecture. Overnight stay in Trebinje.
DAY 10.- TREBINJE, DUBROVNIK
Breakfast in the hotel. Travel to Dubrovnik and departure from the Dubrovnik.
Extra Activities: Horse Riding £30 Archery £25 Rafting £40
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