Come on this 11-day odyssey through Bosnia, Coatia and Slovenia! Your journey will begin in Sarajevo, a city that displays the influences of many cultures with the Turkish Bazaar Bas Carsija, Husrev Bey’s Mosque, the Olympic Stadium, and Gavrilo Princip Museum. You will then go through Dubvrovnik with its Gothic and Renaissance structures, Split with its Roman heritage, Plitvice with its beautiful bay, and the Apline countryside by Bled, until you end your journey at Zagreb, where you will freely explore the capital of Croatia.
Join this unique trip that will take you to Croatia, Slovenia and Serbia to enjoy some spectacular scenery and historical treasures for 11 days. On this diverse trip, you'll never be bored; from sightseeing tours to UNESCO World Heritage Sights to picturesque towns and countryside, you'll see every side of these wonderful cities. You can also tour the cities at your own pace during your free time or you can join some amazing optional tours!
Fall in love with beautiful Slovenia on this one-week trip to Bled, Nova Gorica,Ljubljana and Piran! Go on sightseeing tours of the Slovenian capital then head to the Karst region, a majestic limestone plateau that extends across the border of southwestern Slovenia and northeastern Italy. You will also take a scenic drive along the emerald green Soca River, through Kobarid Settlement, and end your trip gazing at the beauty of Lake Bohinj in Bled.
Visit Postojna Cave, the best-known cave in the world, and the Predjama Castle, the only preserved cave castle in Europe. Postojna Cave, the queen of all caves, is the best-known cave in the world. It is also the greatest tourist attraction in Slovenia and one of the world’s largest karst monuments. This is the only place in the world where the underground landscape can be traversed on an electric train and where you get to meet this underground kingdom’s most famous inhabitant – the proteus (olm) – up close. A fantastic web of tunnels, passages, galleries and halls, astonishing diversity of karst features, as well as easy access are certainly the main reasons for such popularity of the cave and a large number of visitors (more than 36 million of them in over 200 years). The Predjama Castle reigns over the surrounding area, not far from the Postojna Cave, in the idyllic village of Predjama. This picturesque, magnificent, defiant, mysterious and impregnable castle has been perched up in the middle of a vertical 123m high cliff for more than 800 years. Its romantic appeal is further emphasized by the idyllic Lokva River, which disappears into the underground world deep down below the castle. As the only preserved cave castle in Europe, the Predjama Castle offers a unique insight into the building techniques and resourcefulness of people in the Middle Ages, who were looking for and found a safe harbor for themselves right at the entrance into the cave. During a siege that took place in the 15thC, the castle provided a refuge for its best known and most notorious owner - Erazem of Predjama. The legend about the courageous robber baron Erazem, who remained undefeated until one of his servants betrayed him, is still in people’s minds, inspiring and alluring as ever. It was this safe abode of his which helped the brave knight resist the besiegers without much difficulty for more than a year.