Discover the most beautiful sites crossing Europe through cities with character and amazing attractions. A combination of old towns, castles, islands, natural parks, caves, and mountains will give you an overview of how Europe really feels.
HIGHLIGHTS ON FROM PRAGUE TO DUBROVNIK TOUR
Arrival at the Prague airport. Meet and greet with your private guide/driver and transfer to the hotel. Overnight in Prague.
Start the day exploring the Prague`s must-see sites. Visit 1,000-year-old Hradcany Castle, the former residence of Bohemian kings with the Cathedral of St. Vitus and picturesque Golden Lane, Charles Bridge, which you have to cross to reach the Old Town Square with its Astronomical Clock. Overnight in Prague.
After breakfast head towards Cesky Krumlow located on a bend of the Vltava river. Its castle is especially known, for Gothic, Renaissance, and baroque elements. At leisure enjoy one of the plenty lively bars and restaurants, small shops, and riverside picnic spots. In the evening arrival to Vienna where we spend the night.
Full day in the imperial town of Vienna. Guided walk past Hofburg – Imperial court, St. Stephens cathedral, Kohlmarkt, and Graben streets, towards Viennese Opera, etc. Some free time for lunch and shopping. In the afternoon drive to Schonbrunn, which was built by Empress Maria Teresia as her summer palace outside Vienna in mid 18C. Overnight in Vienna.
The next country we visit is Slovenia and our first stop is Lake Bled, located amid the Julian Alps. With its small island with a church dedicated to Mary, where you can ring a wishing bell or simply circle the only Slovenian island. Visit the Bled castle and overnight.
In the morning we drive to the capital city, Ljubljana. Old town is located along the Ljubljanica river and below castle hill, which boasts with largest building in town-castle. Our last stop in Slovenia is Postojna cave, one of the largest caves in Europe with its 21 kilometers. In the afternoon drive back to Bled for an overnight.
We leave Bled in the morning and cross the border to reach Plitvice Lakes, often considered one of the most beautiful sites in Europe, also on the list of UNESCO. Walk through the National Park located in the canyon of river Korana that made an exceptional system of lakes and waterfalls. Overnight in Plitvice.
After breakfast we head to our next destination, Šibenik, a gem in the Croatian Adriatic, situated along the mouth of Krka on the most picturesque part of the eastern Adriatic coast. In the afternoon we arrive at Split, the largest Dalmatian town. The site of today city center used to be Roman emperor Diocletian`s palace, which was after his death settled by nearby citizens who continued to live here in this fortified palace. Overnight in Split.
Full-day excursion to the island of Brac, the Adriatic third largest island, with its towns and picturesque scenery. The highlight is surely the world-famous beach of Bol. In the afternoon return to Split to spend the night.
In the morning we cross the border and arrive at Mostar – a city in southern Bosnia and Herzegovina, straddling the Neretva River. It’s known for the iconic Stari Most (Old Bridge), a reconstructed medieval arched bridge, which was destroyed in the last Balkan war. Overnight in Mostar.
After breakfast, we leave Mostar and head towards Montenegro. We make a stop at Trebinje and visit the beautifully preserved old town, established in the 18th century. In the afternoon we arrive to Kotor where we spend the night.
Morning exploration of Kotor which has one of the best preserved medieval old towns in the Adriatic and is a UNESCO world heritage site. Scenic drive on the shores of the fjord-like Bay of Kotor. We make a stop at Herceg Novi, a coastal town located at the entrance to the Bay of Kotor, before reaching Dubrovnik where we spend the night.
Full-day visit to most famous Croatian town, also known as Pearl of Adriatic – Dubrovnik. Dubrovnik (historically known as Ragusa) is one of the best preserved historical cities in Europe with its mighty defensive ramparts surrounding it. After the city tour you will head for a walk on the city walls of Dubrovnik for spectacular views and take the cable car to Mt Srđ. Overnight in Dubrovnik.
After breakfast transfer to the Dubrovnik airport and end of our services.
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• Accommodation with breakfast in double room in selected hotels
• Private guide/driver along the whole tour
• Rent of a private car/van for the time of the tour with all expenses (fuel, parkings, insurance…)
• English speaking local guides (Prague, Cesky Krumlov, Vienna, Šibenik, Split, Mostar, Kotor, Dubrovnik)
• Entrance fees (Matthias Church, Schonbrunn, Postojna cave, Plitvice lakes, Šibenik cathedral, Franciscan monastery in
Dubrovnik, City walls Dubrovnik, Bled castle, Bled island, cathedral in Kotor, mosque in Mostar, etc.)
• Organisation of the programe
Located on the bend of Vltava river, Cesky Krumlov was for the last 50 years in time wrap and it hardly changed. That gives special charm to this old city with second largest castle in Czech Republic.
Discover the imperial grandeur of Austria´s capital, Vienna, while enjoying a cup of coffee and a piece of a local apple pie or Sacher cake.
One of the largest caves in Europe with its 21 kilometers, Postojna cave. It is known as number 1 attraction in Slovenia so make sure not to miss it.
Šibenik, a gem in the Croatian Adriatic, is situated along the mouth of Krka on the most picturesque part of the eastern Adriatic coast. Numerous churches, palaces and four fortresses ‘frame’ the city, and also testify to the perseverance, renunciation and faith of generations of people of Šibenik.
Symbolic Old Bridge of Mostar, a reconstructed medieval arched bridge, which was destroyed in last Balkan war, known as a melting pot of cultures and religions.
Goregeous fjord-like Bay of Kotor (Boka Kotorska). Drive on its shores offers some of the best views. Kotor town has one of the best preserved medieval old towns in the Adriatic and is also a UNESCO world heritage site.
Bol on Brac, situated on the southern part of the island is mostly known for its amaizing sandy beaches.
16 lakes and 92 waterfalls form one of the most beautiful wonders of nature in all Europe. One of highlights on any itinearary in this part of Europe. Walk along lakes and waterfalls for great “nature experience”.