Montenegro Bosnia Croatia Tour

Places Covered : Montenegro - Bosnia - Croatia
4 Nights/ 5 Days


DAY 1 – Tivat-Budva

Arrival to Tivat at 10:40 a.m. Meeting and assistance upon arrival. Transfer to Budva, the queen of the Adriatic, and examine into the 4-star hotel where two nights are spent. After having brief brake and lunch at the hotel, we start with an Old Town walking trip. Situateded among the 15th century Venetian walls, Budva's Old Town is considered to be a hedonistic paradise, and among the most popular destinations of Montenegro. The Budva Riviera resources, mostly beaches and little islands, however also with abundant night life, social events, celebrations, carnivals, stores, galleries and exceptional dining establishments. The cultural heritage and various monuments, archeological sites, fortresses, abbeys and churces expose a remarkable history of this fortified town dating back to the ancient time. Supper at the hotel.

Overnight in Budva. (Airport to hotel 24 km).

DAY 2 – Budva-Cetinje-Lake Skadar-Sveti Stefan-Budva 109 km

Breakfast. A field trip to the old capital of Montenegro- Cetinje, where a terrific number of crucial historical choices were made. Today, it is spiritual and cultural center of the nation. The very first Balkan book „ Oktoih" was printed here in 1494. Go To Cetinje Monastery -popular for being the home of important religious antiques; the remains of St Peter of Cetinje, the right hand of John the Baptist and particles of the real cross, to call a couple of. The monastery was founded in the fifteenth century, and was subjected to repeated raids by the Turks. Visit the King Nikola's Palace, now museum with over 3000 exhibits on display or Njego'Ss museum. After royal town walking trip continue to the wonderful Skadar Lake, the biggest lake in the Balkan and a large national park. In the little fishing village Virpazar, we begin a boat flight that exposes to us the many destinations of the lake: beautiful birds, blooming lotus flowers, concealed beaches. After a boat riding follows lunch at a national restaurant with regional specializeds and vine in an unequalled environment. Continue to the iconic Sveti Stefan (breathtaking view), the dream island attached to the coast by a causeway. Go back to Budva. Dinner at the hotel.

Overnight in Budva.

DAY 3 – Budva-Kotor-Perast-Trebinje 104 km

Breakfast. Early morning departure (with luggage) to Bosnia and Herzegovina through distinct Bay of Boka Kotorska, the largest fjord in the Mediterranean. Very first short stop in Kotor which is surrounded with breathtaking nature and with a myriad of narrow streets and squares of irregular shape. Due to its credibility and grate historical importance, Kotor was enlisted as UNESCO World Heritage Site. Check out the St.Tryphon's Cathedral - built in the Romanesque design and one of the recognizable symbols of the town, The St. Lucas's church- best testifies harmonious life of both Catolic and Orthodox people over the centuries, Duke's Palace, Napoleon Theatre ... After Kotor sightseeing we take pleasure in an afternoon checking out Bay by boat. Continue along the fragrant and amazingly beautiful Adriatic coast to the baroque Perast for lunch break. This little empire of narrow streets and classy palaces had its completely glory near the end of the 17. century, owing to the trade leave which included more than two hundreds sailboats. In front of the town are two legendary islet of Boka, St. George with Benedictine abbey from 9. Century and our woman of the Rocks, a synthetic island developed by stacking up stones around an existing rock where was, inning accordance with the legend, discovered an icon of Holy Mother of God. The enterior is decorated with 68 paintings of the Baroque master Tripo Kukolja. Continue trip toward Trebinje. Check out the 4-star hotel where 2 nights are invested. Supper at hotel. Spare time for checking out old town.

Overnight in Trebinje.

DAY 4 – Trebinje-Monastery Tvrdog-Dubrovnik-Trebinje 79 km

Breakfast. Strolling tour throught the old town hall. Go to river Trebisnjica, „ Arslanage Bridge from 16th century, Clock Tower, City walls, „ Square of the Poet"( popular serbian poet Jovan Du6i6), with over 100 years of ages trees, sign of the city, as wel as statues of Helen of Anjou, Petar II Petrovia Njego ... Near the town of Trebinje, we go to the abbey of Tvrdos, founded in the 16th century and nowadays especially renowned for its acclaimed wines. Border cross to Croatia and lunch break at the restaurant Konavoski Dvori, undeniably unique location by rumbling river on the route to Dubrovnik- special worldwide due to remarkable middle ages fortresses, churches, monasteries and palaces and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Our half day walking tour of the „ Pert of Adriatic" will begin by the main entryway at Pile Gate and check of the main sights including Stradun, Renaissance-era Sponza an Rector's Palaces, Orlando's Column, Onofrio's Fountain, St Laurence Fortress and other points of interest in this best maintained European walled city. Late afternoon go back to hotel. Supper at hotel.

Overnight in Trebinje

DAY 5 – Trebinje-Tivat

Early breakfast. Have a look at and move to the Tivat airport.

Tour Ends!!

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Tour Price Includes

  • 4 nights' accommodation as specified in Itinerary
  • Daily breakfast and 4 Lunches
  • Sightseeing with local guides.
  • City of Kotor (Montenegro) – English Speaking
  • City of Dubrovnik (Croatia) – English Speaking
  • Cetinje Historic core (Montenegro) on tentative list
  • All Hotel/Airport and Intercity transfers are Included

Tour Price Excludes

  • Meals other than those indicated above, drinks, tips, laundry, telephone calls & expenses of personal nature.
  • Local City tax or Resort fee are to be paid directly at hotel/resort if applicable.
  • Anything or any services which are not specified in tour inclusions are excluded.

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