BELGRADE TO ZAGREB
12 Days / 10 Nights from Begrade, Cetinje, Kotor, Dubrovnik, Split, Plitvice Lakes, Postojna Cave, Bled, Ljubljana, and Zagreb – with guaranteed departures!
Belgrade to Zagreb
Belgrade to Zagreb Tour Includes
- First class hotels, rooms with private facilities.
- Economy class flight Belgrade (Serbia) to Podgorica (Montenegro).
- Sightseeing to Begrade, Cetinje, Kotor, Dubrovnik, Split, Plitvice Lakes, Postojna Cave, Bled, Ljubljana, and Zagreb.
- Service charges and hotel taxes.
- Breakfast daily and six (6) dinners plus a welcome drink in Belgrade.
- Arrival and departure transfers.
- Touring by modern air-conditioned motor coach.
- Professional Tour Director throughout.
- Luggage handling.
- Headsets will be provided for included sightseeing tours, so you can easily hear your guide's commentary.
Day 01, Wednesday: Depart U.S. for Belgrade
Depart the U.S. for your overnight flight to Belgrade.
Day 02, Thursday: arrive in Belgrade
Welcome to Belgrade, the Serbian capital! You will be met and transferred to your hotel. The day is at leisure until you gather with your fellow travelers this evening for a Welcome Cocktail.
Day 03, Friday: in Belgrade
With a history dating back more the 7,000 years, Belgrade is a fascinating city to visit. Your morning sightseeing tour includes the city's main attractions: the imposing Kalemegdan Fortress, dramatically situated at the joining of the Sava and Danube Rivers; Republic Square and Mihajlova Street; Saint Sava Temple, the largest Orthodox Church in the city; and Tito's Memorial. The afternoon is free. Tonight, enjoy dinner with live music in the old Bohemian quarter of Skadarlija.
Day 04, Saturday: to Dubrovnik via Montenegro
Take a short flight to Podgorica, the capital of Montenegro. Continue by motor coach to Cetinje, the country's historical capital, set at the foot of Mount Lovcen. Visit the Cetinje Museum, with its displays dedicated to Montenegro's history. Then, take a spectacularly steep road down to the Bay of Kotor, the deepest fjord in Southern Europe. Finally, head into Croatia and on to Dubrovnik.
Day 05, Sunday: in Dubrovnik
Start the day with a walking tour of Old Dubrovnik this morning. Visit the Rector's Palace, and see the Bell Tower Clock, Orlando's Column and Sponza Palace. Next, see the Dominican Monastery and Franciscan Monastery with its Pharmacy, one of the oldest in the world. The rest of the day is at leisure to explore on your own, enjoy the picturesque setting, shop or simply relax.
Day 06, Monday: to Split
Travel north along the spectacular Adriatic coast, past old fishing villages and new resorts, to Split. Enjoy a city tour featuring the historic inner city, built around the Roman Emperor Diocletian's Palace, a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site. Finally, see the remnants of Split's Roman heritage, its Renaissance and Gothic structures, Jupiter's Temple, the Peristyle and the Cathedral.
Day 07, Tuesday: to Trogir and Plitvice Lakes
Head to Trogir, the center of artistic activities. Scholars from around the world gather here to study and paint. Then turn inland and travel to spectacular Plitvice Lakes National Park.
Have your camera ready as you take a walking tour around several of the lower lakes. Enjoy the breathtaking scenery of this natural wonder of 16 terraced lakes surrounded by thickly wooded mountains and lush vegetation.
Day 08, Wednesday: to Opatija, Postojna and Bled
Return to the coast and travel along the beautiful bay of Kvarner to the popular resort of Opatija. After some free time, head north to Postojna, home to one of the largest caves in
Europe. Tour this fantastic subterranean world by miniature electric train. Afterward, continue to Bled, beautifully set in the Julian Alps.
Day 09, Thursday: in Bled
A sightseeing tour of Bled features the charming town, the lake shore, and a visit to the imposing Bled Castle, perched on a cliff high above the lake. The balance of the day is at leisure to explore on your own, stroll along the lake, shop, sit back in a café and nibble on Bled cream cake, or perhaps join an optional excursion visiting the small island in the middle of the lake.
Day 10, Friday: to Ljubljana and Zagreb
Travel to Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia, and take a walking tour. See the sights of the old city center, including the picturesque open-air Central Market, Three Bridges, Baroque
Town Hall, and Robba's Fountain. Then, on to Zagreb, the capital of Croatia.
Day 11, Saturday: in Zagreb
This morning, enjoy a city tour featuring the historic Upper Town, St Mark's Church, St. Catherine's Church, the Cathedral, Parliament, and the Government Palace. The rest of the day is
free to explore the winding streets of the Old Town, relax in a café or take an optional excursion to see the countryside.
Day 12, Sunday: depart Zagreb
After breakfast, you will be transferred to the airport for your departure flight.
Rates & Hotels
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Your tour land price is per person based on two (2) people sharing a twin or double room. When a single room is booked, a single supplement will apply.
This tour does not include:
- Items not noted on itinerary
- Tips to driver/guide
Airfare is additional. Once you select your date, you will be given the opportunity to search our system for the best available airfare from your home city. The dates shown will be the start / end date of your tour. However, you can alter these dates to arrive earlier or extend your stay as needed.
Our system will search for the best possible airfare during your booking process. Note: airfare cannot be booked sooner than eleven (11) month from date of departure.
Departures & Transfers
Departure date is the date one would depart from the US. Tour begins in Europe one day later.
Hotels featured on this tour
|Hotel Moskva ||Belgrade|
|Hotel Moskva, is one of the oldest currently operating hotels in Belgrade and Serbia. Apart from being a hotel, Hotel Moskva is one of the most recognizable landmarks of Belgrade, a valuable architectural monument and as such, it was placed under governmental protection. [more]|
|Lacroma Hotel ||Dubrovnik|
|Valamar Lacroma Dubrovnik Hotel, the proud recipient of the prestigious 2013 World Travel Award as „Croatia's Leading Hotel“ , is located on the tranquil Babin Kuk peninsula, surrounded by pine tree forests and soothing white pebble beaches. Renowned for its fusion of nature and state of the art facilities, the hotel offers ultra modern rooms and suites, the largest MICE facilities in the area, memorable gastronomic experiences in its gourmet restaurant, a wine bar terrace with panoramic views of the Elaphiti Islands and an abundance of activities to let you create a perfectly balanced holiday in Croatia with an added touch of luxury. [more]|
|Atrium Hotel ||Split|
|The Hotel Atrium is a unique addition to Split – a five-star hotel right in the centre of the city, that fuses the most modern design with the ancient Roman surroundings. A shimmering symphony of marble, steel and glass, this hotel has been built by the remains of the ancient aqueduct constructed by Roman Emperor Diocletian, whose palace still dominates this beautiful and fascinating city. [more]|
|Jezero Hotel ||Plitvice|
|Hotel Jezero provides 229 comfortably furnished guest rooms, 7 suites, 7 semi-suites and 5 handicapped equipped rooms. Hotel has two types of rooms; lake-side rooms and forest side rooms. Lake-side rooms are equipped with private bathroom with bath, hair dryer, heating, satellite TV, direct dial phone and mini-bar. The bathrooms in the forest-side rooms have a shower instead of bath. [more]|
|Park Hotel ||Bled|
|4-star hotel in Bled with indoor pool, restaurant. [more]|
|Westin Hotel ||Zegreb|
|The Westin Zagreb is a 5 Star landmark hotel centrally located in the very heart of Zagreb. The hotel is situated in a leafy green area adjacent to the Mimara Museum and world famous National Theater and Opera House, and is within easy walking distance to central square, markets, the many trendy cafes, restaurants, designer boutiques, rich cultural attractions and capital city business destinations. [more]|