Set yourself free and enjoy the harmony of primeval, untouched nature of Plitvice. Visit St.Lawrence’s cathedral in Trogir and a unique Jupiter Temple in Split. This tour takes you to the pearl of Adriatic – Dubrovnik, across the Old bridge in Mostar, continues to Sarajevo, and finishes in Belgrade.
The heart of Europe – Zagreb, with a Gothic cathedral, vivid market Dolac, Uptown St. Mark’s church, and the shortest funicular in the world – Uspinjača. Every day at noon, the Grič cannon marks the midday. Nature park Medvednica and Sljeme are inviting you to spend time in nature. Trogir, the most preserved Romanesque- Gothic city in Central Europe with St.Lawrence cathedral and Master Radovan’s portal, Kamerlengo Tower and Čipiko Palace. Traditional sweet, Trogir rafioli will stay long in the memory of those with a sweet tooth. Split, the urban hotspot of Dalmatia for 1700 years with plenty of archeological, historical and cultural monuments, among which is the palace – home of the emperor Diocletian who was born in the neighboring town Salona. Dubrovnik, the city of unique political and cultural history of Republic of Dubrovnik. Under the protection of St. Blaise it is one of the most attractive cities in the Mediterranean. Experience the harmony of a man and architecture, during the visit to one of the oldest European pharmacies, Rector’s palace and Cathedral Treasury. Sarajevo, surrounded with mountains and rich in natural springs, is a crossroad of religions, cultures and grand empires, also known as European Jerusalem. Belgrade with its fortress which dominates the confluence of Sava River into Danube and its unique Knez Mihajlova street where past meets future.