Trip to Montenegro and Bosnia-Herzegovina + Dubrovnik

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Itinerary - Trip to Montenegro and Bosnia-Herzegovina + Dubrovnik 

Day 1: Dubrovnik 
Arrival at Dubrovnik airport. Meet and greet by your tour guide. Transfer to Kotor and check into hotel. Overnight in Kotor.
Day 2: Kotor - Perast - Budva
Breakfast. Today we will visit Kotor's fortification walls and its many churches and palaces. After our tour, we take a short transfer to Perast. The panorama of Perast is dominated by the 17th Century church of St Nikola, protected by a Venetian fortress and surrounded by beautiful palaces and gardens once built by the famous sea captains of the Adriatic. In the evening we will visit Budva, one of the oldest settlements on the Montenegrin coast. Overnight in Budva.
Day 3: Budva - Podgorica
After breakfast, we’ll have some free time in Budva. In the afternoon we’ll continue to our next destination – Podgorica, the capital of Montenegro. Our tour will take us to some of the main sites in the city. Overnight in Podgorica.
Day 4: Citinje - Zabljak
After breakfast, we depart for Cetinje, where we will have a city tour. Our tour will take us to some of the main sites in this lonely cultural oasis in the Cetinjsko fields. The day continues with a drive through isolated villages and high mountain passes to the small ski resort of Zabljak. Overnight in Zabljak.
Day 5: Sarajevo
Breakfast. Today we’ll go to Bosnia and Herzegovina for a visit of Sarajevo, where we’ll have a city tour with guide include a walking tour of the main sites, and a visit to the famous Sarajevo Tunnel Museum. Sarajevo overnight.
Day 6: Lukomir - Sarajevo
After breakfast, we will make a transfer to Lukomir, Bosnia's highest village at 1469 metres, with its ancient 'stecci' (mediaeval tombstones). We then take a walk down towards the Rakitnica Canyon nearby and find some excellent viewpoints to admire this majestic scenery. We return to Sarajevo at the end of the day.
Day 7: Mostar
After breakfast, we will continue to Mostar, where we have a whole day to visit this beautiful Herzegovinian city. First we’ll have a walking guided tour and later the rest of the day is free for you. Overnight in Mostar.
Day 8: Pocitelj - Kravica Waterfall - Blagaj - Mostar
Breakfast. Our first stop today will be Pocitelj. The most striking object in Pocitelj is the Sahat Kula, a silo-shaped fort that dominates the skyline from a hill above the town. Our next stop will be Kravica Waterfall. After a walk there we’ll head off for  Blagaj. Blagaj's highlights are the Buna Spring and the adjacent Ottoman house/monastery. We spend the late afternoon and evening in Mostar.
Day 9: Dubrovnik
Today we’ll go to Dubrovnik via Radimlja and Trebinje. We end the day with tour of The old town of Dubrovnik and a walk along the ancient walls of Dubrovnik. Overnight in Dubrovnik.
Day 10: Dubrovnik departure
Departure after breakfast. Transfer to Dubrovnik Airport. End of our services.

Rates for Trip to Montenegro and Bosnia-Herzegovina + Dubrovnik 2024
  2 pax  4 pax  6 pax 
3* Hotels  1 160 euro 790 euro 640 euro 
4* Hotels  1 190 euro  840 euro  690 euro 
5* Hotels  1 370 euro  1 000 euro  850 euro 

What is Included Trip to Montenegro and Bosnia-Herzegovina + Dubrovnik?
Price is per person
9 nights accommodation
9 x breakfast
Private transfers in air-conditioned car with private, English-speaking driver
Airport transfer on first and last day
English-speaking guide on excursions

What is Excluded from Trip to Montenegro and Bosnia-Herzegovina + Dubrovnik ?
Entrance fees, meals and drinks

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