Croatia Sightseeing

Bled Sightseeing
 
Dinner at a Country Inn
This evening, visit the little medieval town of Radovljica and take a short walk through its old section. Later, stop at a popular and traditional country inn. Your dinner will include a ion of traditional Slovenian dishes and wine
 
 
Lake Bled & Lake Bohinj
Bled with its surroundings of natural beauty, is a jewel among the Alpine resorts. Enjoy a scenic ride on a unique small rowing boat called a "Pletna," to the island in the middle of the lake. After disembarking the boat, visit the islands old church housing an impressive art collection. Youll have some free time to enjoy the magnificent views from the island. Later, the boat will bring you back ashore and you will continue by motor coach to another Alpine lake resort – Bohinj, beautifully incorporated amidst the dense woods and spectacular mountains. The journey will take you through some very old typical Slovenian villages with gorgeous landscape. Your excursion will end later in the afternoon
 
 
No Image Tour of Radovljica with dinner
This evening, visit the little medieval town of Radovljica and take a short walk through its old section. Later, stop at a popular and traditional country inn. Your dinner will include a ion of traditional Slovenian dishes and wine. Pick-up details to be advised locally. Approximate tour duration is 2 hours
 
Dubrovnik Sightseeing
 
No Image Cilipi Folklore Dinner
The village of Cilipi is well known for its carefully preserved popular customs, rich folk costumes and its famous embroidery. Traditional welcome of this area – dry figs and grape brandy – will be an introduction to a walk through this picturesque village with rural architecture. At the Sunday Fair you will have an opportunity to buy original traditional souvenirs of the area, such as silk embroidery, or attend the Holy Mass at St. Nicholas church, seeing the village people in their traditional folk costumes of an exceptional aesthetic value. After the Mass, there will be a folklore dance performance in front of the church, performed by village people, accompanied by Dalmatian music. Pick-up details to be advised locally.
 
 
Cruise & Dinner
Sv.Jakov (St.James) beach in Dubrovnik is one of the most beautiful beaches in the area and where most of the attractive pictures of the Old City were taken from. A motor boat ride will take you around the Old City walls to St. Jakov Beach, where you will enjoy a three course dinner and Dalmatian wine. After dinner return to the Old City Port. Enjoy a glimpse of Dubrovnik by night before boarding your bus at Pile Gate to return to the hotel. Boat ride depends on weather conditions. Pick-up details to be advised locally.
 
 
No Image Full Day Montenegro
Drive towards the stunning Bay of Kotor, the longest and deepest fjord in southern Europe. On to the charming coastal town of Perast where a short boat ride takes us to the 15th century Our Lady of the Rocks Church perched on an islet in the bay.Time to admire the marble alter, fine paintings, silver plaques and panoramic views before driving to Kotor surrounded by old fortress walls, named a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Leisure time to walk the winding cobblestone lanes of the Old City before returning along the Dalmatian Coast to Dubrovnik
 
 
No Image Full Day Mostar
Depart Dubrovnik and drive along the coast to the town of Neum. Enjoy the countryside as you turn inland through the karst and mountainous areas of Herzegovina. A short break above the Deransko lake is followed by a drive along the Neretva river valley. Arrive in Mostar, a city in southern Bosnia & Herzegovina that is immersed in history and is known as the melting pot of cultures. During the Turkish rule, the city was an important trade center. A guided walking tour will introduce you to the city’s highlights, such as the old bazaar, historical mosques, the Turkish House and the famous 16th-century arched stone bridge. Afterwards, enjoy lunch at a local restaurant. Perhaps try cevapcici, a traditional dish made of minced meat. Return to Dubrovnik in the afternoon
 
 
No Image Home Hosted Dinner at Dubelj
Depart Dubrovnik and head north, to the bucolic village of Orasac. Here, visit the Dubelj family home, a rustic estate where things are still done the old-fashioned way. The owner will show you the traditional method of making olive oil, using a horse-driven mill. Afterwards, taste local cheese along with Dalmatian prosciutto and exchange views with your host family over a traditional three course meal. An unforgettable experience
 
Split Sightseeing
 
No Image Croatian Dinner at Epetium
Travel this evening to the beautiful village of Stobrec, just outside of Split. Here, savor a delicious three course meal at the family-run Epetium restaurant, while listening to live Dalmatian music. The restaurant has been serving Dalmatian culinary delights of this region for over 50 years
 
Zagreb Sightseeing
 
Kumrovec & Dinner
A short yet scenic drive will take you to Kumrovec, situated on the bank of the river Sutla, along the Croatian-Slovenian border. Kumrovecs fame is that it was birth place of the late marshal Tito, the president of former Yugoslavia, whose house has since been turned into a museum. Today, the major attraction of Kumrovec is the Ethnological Museum Staro Selo (Old Village) with very well preserved village houses from the turn of the 19th to 20th century. Up to forty houses and other farm-stead facilities have been restored, which makes Staro Selo the most attractive place of this kind in Croatia. Later, follow a winding road through the Zagorje hills. An early dinner of genuine local specialties and wine is served at the farm restaurant Gresna Gorica (The Hill of Sin) with magnificent views of the 15th century castle Veliki Tabo
 
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