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SERBIA & MONTENEGRO

BELGRADE – OPLENAC – ZLATIBOR – “HUIT DE ŠAGRAN”– VIŠEGRAD – SARAJEVO – MOSTAR – DUBROVNIK – TREBINJE – KOTOR – BUDVA – CETINJE – MORAČA – NOVI PAZAR – STUDENICA – ŽIČA

9 JOURS/8 NUITS

1er jour Belgrade
Vol Copenhague 09:35 – Belgrade 11:35.
Accueil des passagers à l’aéroport. Transfert et hébergement en hôtel. Dans l’après-midi la promenade à travers le centre-ville : Terazije, la rue Knez Mihailova, la place de la République,
Saborna crkva (la Cathédrale Saint-Michel), le Konak de la princesse Ljubica, Le Musée ethnographique de Belgrade, le Studentski trg (la Place des Etudiants), le Musée National, le Théâtre National, …Dîner à Skadarlija, le quartier bohème au centre de la ville. Skadarllija, la fameuse rue pavée datant de début du 19ème siècle, connue comme le lieu de rencontre préféré par des bohèmes, des poètes, des peintres, des acteurs célèbres du théâtre voisin et de tous ces amateurs de la « bonne goutte », qui aiment profiter de la compagnie et des conversations avec des amis. Malgré toutes les années du progrès et de la modernisation urbaine et sociale, Skadarlija a réussi à conserver le charme et l’esprit des temps passés et c’est la raison même pour laquelle cette rue est devenue si chère au cœur des Belgradois et des nombreux touristes. Nuit en hôtel.

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2ème jour Belgrade

Petit-déjeuner. Visite guidée de Belgrade (www.beograd.rs): la forteresse de Kalemegdan, l’Église Saint-Sava, l’Assemblée de la ville de Belgrade, la rue Kneza Miloša, la rue Bulevar mira, le Palais Blanc (Beli dvor), le Centre mémoriel Josip Broz Tito, le mont Avala et le monument au Héros inconnu…
Poursuite de la visite à Zemun, la partie ancienne de la ville de l’autre côté du fleuve. Zemun se distingué vraiment par sa tradition: fortification sur Gardoš mentionnée déjà au 9ème siècle. La visite de l’Eglise Saint-Nicolas de Zemun – l’église orthodoxe la plus ancienne à Belgrade. Temps libre pour déjeuner à Zemun, sur les rives du Danube. Retour à l’hôtel. Après-midi et soir libres. Nuit en hôtel.

3ème jour Belgrade – Oplenac – la Vinerie “Aleksandrović” – Zlatibor (250km)

Petit-déjeuner. La visite de l’ancien centre-ville à Topola: Mausolée royal d’Oplenac (www.topolaoplenac.org.rs). Dégustation du vin et le déjeuner dans la plus célèbre vinerie serbe « Aleksandrović ». Après le déjeuner, on continue notre tour vers Zlatibor. L’hébergement en hôtel dans les monts de Zlatibor. Dîner. Nuit en hôtel.

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4ème jour Zlatibor – le chemin de fer „Huit de Šargan“ – Mećavnik – Višegrad – Sarajevo (180km)

Petit-déjeuner. Départ pour Šargan – Mokra gora, le parc naturel. La visite du célèbre chemin de fer appellé „Šarganska osmica“ („Huit de Šargan“) et de Drvengrad sur Mećavnik (le village en bois) – construit d’après l’idée du réalisateur célèbre, Emir Kusturica. On continue notre voyage vers Višegrad. La visite guidée: le vieux pont sur la Drina, le célèbre ”Ćuprija na Drini” et le monument à Ivo Andrić (lauréat du Prix Nobel de littérature) „Andrićgrad“, également construit par Emir Kusturica et le Gouvernement de la République serbe de Bosnie. Temps libre pour déjeuner. Poursuite du voyage vers Sarajevo. Hébergement en hôtel. La ville de Sarajevo, situé au carrefour des cultures orientales et occidentales, cultures du nord et du sud, ayant une histoire de six siècles longue, connaît une croissance et épanouissement culturel constants. (www.sarajevo-tourism.com/bos/). La promenade autour du vieux centre-ville et le dîner à “Baščaršija” Retour à l’hôtel. Nuit en hôtel.

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5ème jour Sarajevo – Mostar – Trebinje (250km)

Petit-déjeuner. Visite guidée de Sarajevo: „Baščaršija”, Rue des chaudronniers, la mosquée de Gazi Husrev-bey, Hôtel de Ville, la source de la rivière Bosna…
Départ pour Mostar (www.turizam.mostar.ba/‎). Visite guidée: les bâtiments datant de l’époque de la domination ottomane (15ème – 19ème siècle): le Vieux pont, la tour Kalebija, la tour Herceguša, Sahat kula (la tour de l’Horloge), le Pont tordu – un des monuments les plus anciens conservés de l’époque ottomane, construites avant 1558 et selon la tradition orale le Vieux pont a été construit comme une copie du petit pont. Rue des chaudronniers – “čarsija” du vieux Mostar (“çarşı” en turc signifie “bazaar” ou marché) est située sur la rive gauche de la rivière Neretva avec ses ateliers et ses boutiques de souvenirs. Temps libre pour déjeuner à Mostar. Nous continuons notre voyage vers Trebinje. Hébergement en hôtel. Dîner. Nuit en hôtel.

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6ème jour Trebinje – Dubrovnik – Kotor – Budva (150km)

Petit-déjeuner. Visite guidée de Trebinje: le pont „Arslanagić“ datant du 16ème siècle, la rivière Trebišnjica, le monastère Tvrdoš du 16ème siècle, la visite à pied du vieux centre-ville: la tour de l’Horloge, l’église Hercegovačka Gračanica, les murailles de la cité,
« La Place du poète » le symbole de la ville (consacrée à Jovan Dučić, le poète serbe célèbre) avec des arbres centenaires et des statues d’Hélène d’Anjou et de Petar II Petrović Njegoš…
Départ pour Dubrovnik – unique au monde pour ses forteresses médiévales impressionnantes, ses églises et monastères, souvent appelé la perle de l’Adriatique. La vieille ville de Dubrovnik est inscrite au patrimoine mondial de l’UNESCO. Visite guidée : Palais Sponza, Monument à Orlando, Lovrenac, Stradun… Temps libre pour déjeuner.
On continue le voyage vers Kotor (www.tokotor.me/). Situé dans une des plus belles baies du monde, Kotor, la ville des marchands et des marins célèbres aurait beaucoup à raconter.
La vieille ville de Kotor est le milieu urbain médiéval le plus préservé, typique des villes, établit aux 12ème et 14ème siècles. Grâce à son architecture médiévale et des nombreux monuments du patrimoine culturel, Kotor est classé sur la liste du patrimoine mondial de l’UNESCO. Visite guidée : la cathédrale Saint-Tryphon, le monument à la culture romaine et l’un des symboles reconnaissables de la ville – l’église de Saint-Luc, l’église de Sainte-Anne, l’église de Sainte-Marie, l’église de Notre-Dame de la Santé, le Palais du Duc, théâtre de Napoléon…
La poursuite du voyage vers Budva. Hébergement en hôtel à Budva. Dîner. Nuit en hôtel.

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7ème jour 7 Budva – Cetinje – Morača – Novi Pazar (310km)
Petit-déjeuner. On quitte l’hôtel et on départ pour la Serbie.
Notre premier arrêt sera à Cetinje, ville royale historique et la deuxième ville la plus importante du Monténégro. Grâce à son riche patrimoine et son long statut de la capitale du Monténégro, Cetinje est aujourd’hui un capital d’honneur du Monténégro. Visité guidée de Cetinje : Musée d’histoire, Musée d’ethnographie, le palais du roi Nicolas, Musée Petar I Petrović-Njegoš… Temps libre pour déjeuner à Cetinje. Après le déjeuner on continue vers le monastère de Morača, le monastère serbe orthodoxe au Monténégro central, construit en 1252 par Stefan Vukanović de la dynastie Nemanjić. Après la visite du monastère, on continue le voyage vers la Serbie et la ville de Novi Pazar. Hébergement en hôtel. Dîner. Nuit en hôtel.

8ème jour Novi Pazar – Studenica – Žiča – Knić – Belgrade (510km)
Petit-déjeuner. Départ de l’hôtel et poursuite du voyage vers Belgrade. Le long le chemin on visite le monastère de Studenica (le monastère serbe orthodoxe construit au bout du 12ème siècle, figurant sur la liste du patrimoine mondial de l’UNESCO) et le monastère de Žiča (construit au 13ème siècle). Ensuite, on continue vers le village de Knić, où on va déjeuner dans une maison traditionnelle serbe. Après le déjeuner, la poursuite du voyage à Belgrade. Arrivée à Belgrade dans la soirée. Nuit en hôtel.

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9ème jour Belgrade – Copenhague
Petit-déjeuner matinal. Départ de l’hôtel et transfert à l’aéroport.
Vol Belgrade 09:35 – Copenhague 11:35

PRIX DE FORFAIT:

40 passagers35 passagers30 passagers25 passagers20 passagers15 passagers
560 €570 €580 €600 €630 €680 €

Le forfait comprend:

– transfert en bus touristiques modernes (à 49
sièges indépendamment de la taille du groupe)
– 3 BB en hotel 4* à Belgrade
– 1 HB en hôtel 4* à Zlatibor
– 1 BB en hôtel 4* à Sarajevo
– 1 HB en hotel 4* à Trebinje
– 1 HB en hôtel 4* à Budva
– dîner à Skadarlija
– dîner à “Baščaršija” à Sarajevo
– déjeuner à Knić
– dégustation du vin dans la vinerie “Aleksandrović”
– frais d’entrée selon le programme
– dépenses de l’organisation du voyage

Le forfait ne comprend pas:

– billet d’avion
– supplément chambre individuelle:
160 € (à demande)
– dépenses individuelles des passagers


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CENTRAL EUROPE AND THE BALKANS

HUNGARY – SERBIA – BOSNIA I HERZEGOVINA – MONTENEGRO – CROATIA – AUSTRIA

BUDAPEST – NOVI SAD – BELGRADE – OPLENAC – KRAGUJEVAC – KNIĆ – ZLATIBOR – “ŠARGANSKA OSMICA” – MEĆAVNIK – VIŠEGRAD – SARAJEVO – MOSTAR – TREBINJE – KOTOR – St. STEFAN – BUDVA – CETINJE – LOVĆEN – BUDVA – DUBROVNIK – SPLIT – TROGIR – PLITVICE – ZAGREB – GRAZ – VIENNA

15 DAYS – AIRPLANE/BUS

Day 1 … – Budapest
Arrival in Budapest. Pick up of the group at the airport. Check in at the hotel. In the afternoon we take a short walking tour through the city center. Dinner in hotel. Overnight.

Day 2 Budapest
Breakfast. Budapest sightseeing: Heroes Square, Vaci Street, Andrassy Avenue, St. Istvan (Stephan) Basilica, House of Parliament, Fishermans Bastion, Gellert Hill, Citadel… Lunch in Budim in a national restaurant. Free afternoon. In the evening lunch in a traditional Hungarian restaurant. Overnight.

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Day 3 Budapest – Belgrade (400 km)
Breakfast. Departure for Belgrade. On the road to Belgrade, we take a short stop to see Palić Lake, and we continue to the city of Novi Sad (www.novisad.rs): Petrovaradin fortress, The Freedom Square…. After Novi Sad, we go to lunch on a „salaš” (a type of farm typical for this part of Serbia). After lunch, we continue to Belgrade. Arrival in Belgrade and accommodation in hotel in the afternoon. We take a short walking tour around the city center: Terazije street, “Knez Mihailova” Street, Republic Square, Cathedral, Princess Ljubica’s Residence, Ethnographic museum, Students’ Square, National museum, National theatre… Dinner in the hotel. Overnight.

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Day 4 Belgrade
Breakfast. Belgrade sightseeing: (www.beograd.rs): Kalemegdan fortress, St. Sava Church, City Hall, Kneza Milosa street, Boulevard of Peace, White Hall, Memorial Center Josip Broz Tito, Mount Avala and an “Unknown Hero” monument… Continuation of the tour in Zemun, the old part of the city across the river. Zemun is really distinguished by its tradition:
fortification on Gardos that has been mentioned as early as in the 9th century. The St. Father Nicolaj Church – the oldest orthodox church in Belgrade. Lunch in a restaurant in Zemun, on the shores of river Danube. Return to the hotel. In the evening we go to Skadarlija street – bohemian quarter in the very center of Belgrade, for supper. Skadarlija, a cobble-paved street, dating back to the beginning of the 19th century, was famous for being a
favorite meeting place of well known Belgrade bohemians, poets, painters, actors from the nearby theater, as well as of many lovers of good alcoholic drinks, socializing and spoken word with friends. Over all these years of progress and modernization of the city and society
Skadarlija has managed to preserve the spirit of old times and just because of that has become a favorite site to citizens of Belgrade and many tourists. Return to the hotel. Overnight.

Day 5 Belgrade – Oplenac – Kragujevac – Knić – Zlatibor (250 km)
Breakfast. A tour around the old city center in Topola: Mausoleum of Serbian royal family at Oplenac (www.topolaoplenac.org.rs). Continuation of the trip to Kragujevac. A tour around the city: „Sumarice“ Memorial Park, dedicated to the 3000 citizens of Kragujevac shot by the Nazi Germany soldiers during World War II. After Kragujevac, we go to lunch in a traditional Serbian house in a nearby village of Knic. After lunch, we continue our trip to Zlatibor. First, we take a short tour around „Sirogojno“ – village/museum that demonstrates the architecture, decoration, economic activities and life in the Zlatibor Mountain. Accommodation in hotel. Free afternoon. Dinner. Overnight.

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Day 6 Zlatibor – Šarganska osmica – Mećavnik – Višegrad – Sarajevo (180 km)
Breakfast. Departure for Šargan – Mokra gora, natural landscape. A tour around the famous railway called „Šarganska osmica“ („Šargan eight“) as well as Drvengrad on Mećavnik („Wooden City“) – build after the idea of famous film director Emir Kusturica. We continue our trip to Višegrad. City tour: Old bridge on the river Drina, famous ”Ćuprija na Drini” and a
monument to Ivo Andrić (nobel prize winner in literature) „Andrić Town“, also built by Emir Kusturica and the Government of Republic of Srpska. Lunch. Continuation of the trip to
Sarajevo. Accommodation in hotel. Sarajevo, for its six centuries long history situated at the crossroads of western and eastern, northern and southern cultures, is continually culturally
growing and blossoming (www.sarajevo-tourism.com). A walk around the old city center and a dinner at „Baščaršija“. Return to the hotel. Overnight.

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Day 7 Sarajevo – Mostar – Trebinje (245 km)
Breakfast. Sarajevo sightseeing: Bascarsija, Coppersmith’s street, Bey mosque, Town Hall, Spring of the Bosna River… Departure for the city of Mostar (www.turizam.mostar.ba/‎ ). City tour: buildings dating back to Ottoman rule (15th – 19th century): Old Bridge, Kalebija Tower, Hercegusa Tower, Sahat Tower (Clock Tower), Crooked Bridge – one of the oldest preserved monuments from the Ottoman period, built before 1558 and according to oral history the Old Bridge was built as a copy of the small bridge. Coppersmith’s street – old Mostar’s “carsija” (“çarşı” in Turkish means “bazaar” or “market”) is located on the left side of the Neretvariver with its workshops and souvenir shops. Lunch in Mostar. We continue our trip to Trebinje. Accommodation in hotel. Dinner. Overnight.

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Day 8 Trebinje – Kotor – St. Stefan – Budva (105 km)
Breakfast. Trebinje sightseeing: „Arslanagić“ Bridge from 16th century, river Trebišnjica, monastery Tvrdoš from 16th century, walking tour throught the old city center where we visit Clock Tower, Church New Gračanica, City walls, „Square of the Poet“ (famous Serbian poet Jovan Dučić), with over 100 years old trees, symbol of the city, as well as statues of Helen of Anjou, Petar II Petrović Njegoš… We continue our trip to Kotor (www.tokotor.me/). Situated in one of the most beautiful bays in the world, Kotor, a town of merchants and famous seafarers has a lot to tell. The old town Kotor is the best preserved medieval urban setting typical of towns established in the 12th and 14th century. Thanks to its medieval architecture and numerous monuments of cultural heritage, Kotor found its place on the UNESCO’s list of “World Natural and Cultural Heritage”. On one of them, there is also. Sightseeing: The St. Tryphon’s Cathedral, a monument to Roman culture and one of the recognizable symbols of the town The St. Lucas’s church, The Santa Anna church, The St. Mary’s Church, The Church of Our Lady of Health, Duke’s Palace. Napoleon Theatre…Lunch in Kotor.
Continuation of the trip to Budva. We go to St. Stefan – an island nearby Budva connected to the mainland via causeway. Accommodation in hotel in Budva. Dinner. Overnight.

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Day 9 Budva – Lovćen – Cetinje – Budva (105 km)
Breakfast. Excursion to the Lovćen Mountain and the city of Cetinje. A tour around the National Park in the Lovćen Mountain. We continue to Cetinje, a historical royal town and the second most important town of Montenegro. Due to its rich heritage and its long status of the capital of Montenegro, Cetinje is nowadays an honorary capital of Montenegro. Cetinje sightseeing: The Historical Museum of Montenegro, The Ethnographic Museum of Montenegro, The King Nicola’s Court and the Njegos’s Museum… Lunch break. In the afternoon we return to the hotel in Budva. Dinner. Overnight.

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Day 10 Budva – Dubrovnik – Split (330 km)
Breakfast. Departure for Dubrovnik – unique in the World for its impressive medieval fortresses, churches, monasteries, often referred to as ana Adriatic pearl. Its old town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Sightseeing: Sponza Palace, Monument to Orlando, Lovrenac, Stradun… Lunch in Dubrovnik. After lunch, we continue to Split. Another city on the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites since 1979. We visit Diocletian’s Palace, built in the 3rd century, long before the city even existed. Accommodation in hotel in Split or nearby. Dinner. Overnight.

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Day 11 Split – Trogir – Plitvice – Zagreb (400 km)
Breakfast. Departure for Trogir. Sightseeing: St. Lovre’s Cathedral, Kamerlengo fortress, St. Nicholas’ Monastery, old city center…After Trogir we continue to Plitvice Lakes National Park, (www.np-plitvicka-jezera.hr/). A unique hydrographic phenomenon. PlitviceLakes are also on UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. Lunch. After lunch, we continue to the city of Zagreb, the capital of Croatia. Accommodation in hotel. Free evening. Dinner. Overnight.

Day 12 Zagreb
Breakfast. Zagreb sightseeing: St. Mark’s Square and St. Mark’s Church, BanskiDvori (Ban’s Court) – baroque palace currently official building of the Croatian Government, Katarina’s Square, Dverce Palace and Lotrščak Tower, Cathedral, and the old city center – Ban Jelačić Square and the longest street in Zagreb. We continue to Zagorje, an area nearby Zagreb and visit the Trakošćan fortress. Lunch. After lunch, we return to the hotel in Zagreb. Free afternoon and evening. Dinner. Overnight.

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Day 13 Zagreb – Graz – Vienna (385 km)
Breakfast. Departure for Vienna. On the way to Vienna, we stop to visit the city of Graz (Cathedral of Graz, Mausoleum, Schlossber, Eggenberg Palace, Burg and Double Spiral Staircase…). Lunch break. After lunch, we continue to Vienna. Arrival in Vienna and check in at the hotel in the afternoon. After a short rest, we take a short walking tour through the city center. Dinner in the hotel. Overnight.

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Day 14 Vienna
Breakfast. Vienna sightseeing: Anchor Clock, National Theatre, Belvedere Palace, Hofburg, Prater, Schoenbrunn Palace…. Free afternoon. Dinner in hotel. Overnight.

Day 15 Vienna – …
Breakfast. Free time until transfer to the airport.

UNESCO World Heritage Sites:
– Višegrad Bridge
– Mostar Bridge
– City of Kotor (Montenegro)
– City of Dubrovnik (Croatia)
– City of Split (Croatia)
– Plitvice Lakes (Croatia)
– Historic Centre of Graz
– Historic Centre of Vienna
– Palace and Gardens of Schoenbrunn

15 pax20 pax25 pax30 pax35 pax40 paxFor children 0-12 years old 20% discount
1440€1325€1255€1210€1175€1155€

Package price includes:
– transportation in modern tourist buses
– 2 HB in a 4* hotel in Budapest
– 2 HB in a 4* hotel in Belgrade
– 1 HB in a 4* hotel in Zlatibor
– 1 HB in a 4* hotel in Sarajevo
– 1 HB in a 4* hotel in Trebinje
– 2 HB in a 4* hotel in Budva
– 1 HB in a 4* hotel in Split or nearby
– 2 HB in a 4* hotel in Zagreb
– 2 HB in a 4* hotel in Vienna
– lunches and dinners as in the program
– sightseeing according to the program with local guide in English language and a Chinese translator
– entrance fees for cultural and historical monuments
– trip organization expenses

Package price does not include:
-airplane tickets
– supplement for 1/1 room: 200€ (on request)
– individual expenses


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CLASSICAL GREECE & THE GREATEST BALKAN TOUR

GREECE – ALBANIA – MONENEGRO – CROATIA- BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA- SERBIA – HUNGARY

14 Days – Avio/Bus
Autumn 2016

Day 1.Athens

Picking up the group at the airport and accommodation in the hotel.Going to Athens sightseeing.(Athens – cradle of democracy and birthplace of philosophy. How much of ourselves we can trace back to ancient Greece is truly remarkable, but when visiting this magnificent city, its history is not the first thing you meet. That Athens is rife with history is an adjunct, a secondary to the plain fact that Greece is one of the most visually stunning countries to ever nestle against the pellucid blue of the Mediterranean).National Historical Museum Athens.Time for lunch.Monastiraki. Roman Agora. Ancient Agora. Temple of Hephaestus. (This Greek temple on KolonosAgoraios hill overlooks the Agora in Athens. It was constructed in 449BC predating the construction of the Parthenon by 2 years). Return to the hotel. Dinner. Overnight.greece_main_pic

Day 2. Athens

Breakfast. Going to Athens sightseeing. Akropolis.Parthenon. (The Parthenon is the main ancient structure on the Acropolis, a hill in the center of Athens. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the symbol of Athens and the most famous of the surviving structures from the world of ancient Greece).Plaka. Theater of Dionysos..Hadrians Arch. Temple of Olympian. (The remains of this massive temple stand southeast of the Acropolis. The temple of Zeus Olympios was the largest in ancient Greece).Free time for lunch.Akropolis Museum. Return to the hotel. Supper in the restaurant with traditional Greek food and music. Overnight.

Day 3.Athens – Corinth Canal – Mycenae – Epidaurus – Nauplia (214km.)

Breakfast. Set off from Athens in the morning and head along the mainland coast to Corinth Canal. Linking the Saronic Gulf with the Gulf of Corinth, the canal is steep-sided and narrow, making it a favorite spot for thrill-seeking bungee jumpers. After stopping to see this impressive canal, your tour continues to the seaside town of Nauplia for a walk, and then continue to Mycenae. Learn about the Classical Greece era, hearing tales of the period’s strong influence on the Roman Empire. Here, enjoy free time for lunch at a local restaurant. In the afternoon, the archaeological site of Epidaurus.the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Sanctuary of Asklepios (the shrine to the Greek god of medicine) and the Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus. Enjoy your evening in Nauplia at leisure after dinner in your hotel.

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Day 4.Nauplia – Olympia – Antirion – Delphi (440km.)

After breakfast visit the Archeological Site of Olympia. Home to the Atlis (Sanctuary of the Gods), the site was a mecca for ancient Greeks who came here to worship Zeus. See incredible ruins like the Stadium of Olympia, where the country’s ancient Olympic Games were held.Lunch.In the afternoon, drive to Antirion, passing the towns of Patras. Cross over the Rion-Antirion Bridge – considered a landmark of 21st-century Greece – and then sightsee independently in Antirion and the nearby town of Nafpaktos. Finish your day with a relaxing meal at your hotel in Delphi.

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Day 5. Delphi – Kalambakka (246km.)

Breakfast. Rise early to explore Delphi – one of the most important archeological digs in Europe. As you walk around this stunning UNESCO World Heritage Site with your guide, see monuments like the Sanctuary of Athena. Head inside the Delphi Archeological Museum and encounter numerous artifacts and relics that date back to 15th century BC. Watch out for the Charioteer of Delphi and the intriguing Sphinx of Naxos. Enjoy a break for lunch in town and then relax on your afternoon journey through central Greece. Gaze out of your window as you cross the Thessalian plains, passing the pretty towns of Amphissa, Lamia and Trikala, and then arrive at your Kalambaka hotel in the early evening. After checking in you can explore town on your own, and finally relax over dinner in your hotel.

Day 6.Kalambakka – Meteora – Butrint – Saranda (235km.)

Breakfast. Leave your hotel to visit the rock towers of Meteora – incredible sandstone peaks topped with 11th-century monasteries. The UNESCO World Heritage site is home to more than 20 rock monasteries, either perched precariously on top of Meteora’s towering sandstone cliffs or built into the cliffs themselves inside naturally formed caves.With your guide, make your way up the walking trails to visit these monasteries, enjoying breathtaking panoramic views from the top. After spending the morning exploring Meteora, journey to Albania.On the way stop for lunchin the picturesque city of Ioannina. After border control, visit archeological site Butrint, 15 km from Saranda. Accommodation in hotel in Saranda.Dinner in the restaurant with traditional Albanian food, dance and music. Overnight.

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Day 7.Saranda – Gjirokastra – Berat – Durres (325km.)

Breakfast.Leave your hotel to visitGjirokastraUNESCO World heritage site. Visit Berat, known as the “City of 1,000 windows” and “City Museum”, whose settlement Mangalem is included in the UNESCO list of world heritage sites. Lunch at the traditional restaurant in Berat.Tour of the fortress among whose walls there is a large number of medieval Orthodox churches. Tour continues to the seaside town of Durres. Accommodation in hotel, dinner and overnight.

Day 8.Durres – Tirana – Kruje – Budva (210km.)

Breakfast.Short city tour of Durres, a city founded in the year of 627. Tour of the Roman amphitheater from 2nd century which was discovered only in 1966, largest in the Balkans, the Venetian towers and the port of Durres. Continue to visit Tirana and a tour of the capital of Albania: EthemBey Mosque, the Orthodox Church and the Catholic Cathedral, Skanderbeg Square … The journey continues to Kruja, the first capital of the autonomous Albanian state in the Middle Ages, which has become widely known for the father of the Albanian nation, GjergjKastriot Skanderbeg. Visit the fortress and the Skanderbeg museum which leads to the old bazaar full of shops with beautiful handcrafts. Lunch at a restaurant in Kruja.Travel towards Montenegro, and Budva. Accommodation in hotel in Budva.Dinner and overnight.

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Day 9.Budva – Kotor – Dubrovnik – Trebinje (150km.)

Breakfast.Short tour of the Old Town of Budva and departure for Kotor (on the list of UNESCO).Upon arrival exploring the beauties of this town of Boka Bay: a tour of the old town, the city tower, the Pillar Cathedral Tripun, the walls of the church of St. John, the palace Byzantines, Pima Palace, Square Weapons.Lunch on the way to Dubrovnik, unique in the world due to its impressive medieval fortresses, churches, convents and palaces and is often called a pearl of the Adriatic. Sightseeing Dubrovnik: The Sponza Palace, Orlando Column, Fort Lovrenac, walking along Stradun (Placa Street). After free time in Dubrovnik, travel to Trebinje. Accommodation in hotel.Dinner and overnight.

Day 10.Trebinje – Pocitelj – Mostar – Sarajevo (270km.)

Breakfast. A brief tour of Trebinje: Arslanagicabridge, built in the 16th century out of stone, Trebisnjica, Clock Tower, “the Poet Square” where are the plane trees over 100 years old, which is the symbol of the city. Departure for Počitelj – a historic settlement in the oriental-Mediterranean style, town-fortress dating back to the middle ages. It is situated along the left bank, in the valley of river Neretva in Bosnia and Herzegovina. This picturesque small town is one of the most beautiful cultural-historical sites in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Travel to Mostar(on the list of UNESCO) and city tour: the Old Bridge, The Halabia Tower, The Hercegusa Tower, The Sahat Kula (The Clock Tower) the KrivaCuprija (The Crooked Bridge), – one of the oldest preserved monuments from the Ottoman period, built before 1558, Coppersmith’s street – old Mostar’s “carsija” (“çarşı” in Turkish means “bazaar” or “market”) located on the left side of the Neretva river with its workshops and souvenir shops. Free time for lunch at a local restaurant. Continue travelling to Sarajevo. Accommodation in hotel.Dinner in Bascarsija (Turkish word for the main market place).Back to hotel. Overnight.

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Day 11.Sarajevo – Visegrad – Mokra Gora – Sargan – Zlatibor (180km.)

Breakfast. Sightseeing Sarajevo – Olympic city is surrounded by steep mountains: Bjelasnica, Igman, Jahorina, Ozren, Romania, Treskavica and Trebevic. Sarajevo is often called the “Jerusalem of Europe” because of its traditional and religious diversity. Visit the old town: Bascarsija, the Cathedral, old Orthodox church with museum of icons, old mosque and turkish house …unique edifices of Ottoman urban architecture, numerous mosques, kujundziluk (Coppersmith’s street)… Departure to Visegrad and visit old bridge, famous “Bridge over the Drina river” and monument to Ivo Andric, Andric’s town, erected by famous film director Emir Kusturica and the Government of the Republic of Srpskain honour of the Nobel Prize Winner.Travel to Mokra Gora nature park. Tour of the famous tracks “Šargan Eight” and Drvengrad – Mecavnik – built on the idea of Emir Kusturica. Enjoy free time for lunch. After, continue to Zlatibormountain, accommodation in hotel. Dinner and overnight.

Day 12. Zlatibor –Sirogojno -Oplenac – Topola – Belgrade (220km.)

Breakfast.Visit Sirogojno, village-museum in the open which features architecture, arrangement, economy and way of life in mountainous regions on Zlatibor. Enjoy free time in the beautiful nature of par Zlatibor. Departure for Oplenac and Topola.Sightseeing of Mausoleum of the Serbian Royal Family on Oplenac and old town in Topola.Lunch in the famous restaurant Aleksandar in Arandjelovac. Travel to Belgrade. Accommodation in hotel.Dinner and overnight.

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Day 13. Belgrade

Breakfast. Half day city tour of Belgrade: St.Sava Temple, Terazije, Republic Square, National Museum, Studentskitrg, Belgrade fortress – Kalemegdan, Cathedral Church, Ethnographic museum, The Assembly of the City of Belgrade, Str. KnezMilosa, Bulevarmira, Memorial Center Josip Broz Tito.Sightseeing Zemun.Zemun is really distinguished by its tradition: fortification on Gardos that has been mentioned as early as in the 9th century. The St. Father Nicolaj Church – the oldest orthodox church in Belgrade, Magistrate square, Zemun quay, the Old Captan’s House and The Old Customs House….Free time for coffee and lunch (own expense).. Return to the hotel. Free afternoon time. In the evening a short stroll in the center of the town and going to Skadarlija, bohemian quarter located in the very center of Belgrade, for dinner. Skadarlija is a cobble paved street dating back to the beginning of the 19th century. It was famous for being a favorite meeting place/venue of well known Belgrade bohemians, poets, painters, actors from the nearby theater, as well as of many lovers of good alcoholic drinks, socializing and spoken word with friends. Over all these years of progress and modernization of the city and society Skadarlija has managed to preserve the spirit of old times and just because of that it has become a favorite to citizens of Belgrade and many tourists. Return to the hotel. Overnight.

Day 14. Belgrade – Budapest (400km)

Early breakfast. Departure for Budapest at 08:00. On the way to Budapest, we visit the city of Novi Sad, panoramic sightseeing (www.novisad.rs): Petrovaradin fortress, The Freedom Square… After Novi Sad, we cointinue to the lake „Palić“ where we will have a lunch break on a type of farm, typical for this part of Serbia. After lunch we continue to our trip and arrive in Budapest in the evening. Check in at the hotel. We take a short walking tour through the city center. Dinner in hotel. Overnight.

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Day 15. Budapest

Breakfast. Budapest sightseeing: Heroes Square, Vaci Streeti, Andrassy Avenue, St. Istvan (Stephan) Basilica, House of Parliament, Fishermans Bastion, Gellert Hill, Citadel… Lunch in Budim in a national restaurant. Free afternoon. In the evening lunch in a traditional hungarian restaurant. Overnight.

Day 16. Budapest – Beijing

Breakfast. Check out of the hotel by 12:00. Free time until transfer to the airport.

PRICE PER PERSON
40 pax35 pax30 pax25 pax20 pax15 pax
1385€1420€1465€1530€1630€1795€

UNESCO World Heritage-listed:
Parthenon. The main ancient structure on the Acropolis, the symbol of Athens and the most famous of the surviving structures from the world of ancient Greece.
Epidaurus. Sanctuary of Asklepios (the shrine to the Greek god of medicine) and the Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus.
Delphi. One of the most important archeological digs in Europe.
Meteora. Incredible sandstone peaks topped with 11th-century monasteries.
Berat and Gjirokastra. Known as the “City of 1,000 windows” and “City Museum”
Kotor. The Natural and Culturo-Historical Region of Kotor. It encompasses the old town of Kotor, the fortifications of Kotor and the surrounding region of the inner Bay of Kotor.
Mostar. The Old Bridge was recently rebuilt and many of the edifices in the Old Town have been restored or rebuilt with the contribution of an international scientific committee established by UNESCO.
Budapest. Banks of the Danube; Buda Castle Quarter; Andrassy Avenue

The package price includes:
– Transport according to program by modern tourist bus (air conditioning, toilet) with 49 seats regardless of group size
– Accommodation in 4 * hotels and meals according to the program
– Tickets for cultural and historical monuments in the program
– English speaking guide and a Chinese translator during the tour
– Local guides where necessary
– 1 FOC for representative of agency
– Organizationcosts

The package does not include:
– Flight ticket
– Supplement for 1/1 room – € (on request)
– Individual costs of passenger


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Classical Greece and Great Balkan

14 Days – Airplane/Bus

GREECE-ALBANIA-MONTENEGRO-BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA-SERBIA

 Autumn 2016

Day 1.Athens
Picking up the group at the airport and accommodation in the hotel. Going to Athens sightseeing.(Athens – cradle of democracy and birthplace of philosophy. How much of ourselves we can trace back to ancient Greece is truly remarkable, but when visiting this magnificent city, its history is not the first thing you meet. That Athens is rife with history is an adjunct, a secondary to the plain fact that Greece is one of the most visually stunning countries to ever nestle against the pellucid blue of the Mediterranean).National Historical Museum Athens.Time for lunch.Monastiraki. Roman Agora. Ancient Agora. Temple of Hephaestus. (This Greek temple on KolonosAgoraios hill overlooks the Agora in Athens. It was constructed in 449BC predating the construction of the Parthenon by 2 years). Return to the hotel. Dinner. Overnight.
Day 2. Athens
Breakfast. Going to Athens sightseeing. Acropolis.Parthenon. (The Parthenon is the main ancient structure on the Acropolis, a hill in the center of Athens. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the symbol of Athens and the most famous of the surviving structures from the world of ancient Greece).Plaka. Theater of Dionysos..Hadrians Arch. Temple of Olympian. (The remains of this massive temple stand southeast of the Acropolis. The temple of Zeus Olympios was the largest in ancient Greece).Free time for lunch.Akropolis Museum. Return to the hotel. Supper in the restaurant with traditional Greek food and music. Overnight.

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Day 3.Athens – Corinth Canal – Mycenae – Epidaurus – Nauplia (214km.)
Breakfast. Set off from Athens in the morning and head along the mainland coast to Corinth Canal. Linking the Saronic Gulf with the Gulf of Corinth, the canal is steep-sided and narrow, making it a favorite spot for thrill-seeking bungee jumpers. After stopping to see this impressive canal, your tour continues to the seaside town of Nauplia for a walk, and then continue to Mycenae. Learn about the Classical Greece era, hearing tales of the period’s strong influence on the Roman Empire. Here, enjoy free time for lunch at a local restaurant. In the afternoon, the archaeological site of Epidaurus.the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Sanctuary of Asklepios (the shrine to the Greek god of medicine) and the Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus. Enjoy your evening in Nauplia at leisure after dinner in your hotel.

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Day 4.Nauplia – Olympia – Antirion – Delphi (440km.)
After breakfast visit the Archeological Site of Olympia. Home to the Atlis (Sanctuary of the Gods), the site was a mecca for ancient Greeks who came here to worship Zeus. See incredible ruins like the Stadium of Olympia, where the country’s ancient Olympic Games were held.Lunch.In the afternoon, drive to Antirion, passing the towns of Patras. Cross over the Rion-Antirion Bridge – considered a landmark of 21st-century Greece – and then
sightseeing independently in Antirion and the nearby town of Nafpaktos. Finish your day with a relaxing meal at your hotel in Delphi.

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Day 5. Delphi – Kalambakka (246km.)
Breakfast. Rise early to explore Delphi – one of the most important archeological digs in Europe. As you walk around this stunning UNESCO World Heritage Site with your guide, see monuments like the Sanctuary of Athena. Head inside the Delphi Archeological Museum and encounter numerous artifacts and relics that date back to 15th century BC. Watch out for the Charioteer of Delphi and the intriguing Sphinx of Naxos. Enjoy a break for lunch in town and then relax on your afternoon journey through central Greece. Gaze out of your window as you cross the Thessalian plains, passing the pretty towns of Amphissa, Lamia and Trikala, and then arrive at your Kalambaka hotel in the early evening. After checking in you can explore town on your own, and finally relax over dinner in your hotel.

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Day 6.Kalambakka – Meteora – Butrint – Saranda (235km.)

Breakfast. Leave your hotel to visit the rock towers of Meteora – incredible sandstone peaks topped with 11th-century monasteries. The UNESCO World Heritage site is home to more than 20 rock monasteries, either perched precariously on top of Meteora’s towering sandstone cliffs or built into the cliffs themselves inside naturally formed caves.With your guide, make your way up the walking trails to visit these monasteries, enjoying breathtaking panoramic views from the top. After spending the morning exploring Meteora, journey to Albania.On the way stop for lunchin the picturesque city of Ioannina. After border control, visit archeological site Butrint, 15 km from Saranda. Accommodation in hotel in Saranda.Dinner in the restaurant with traditional Albanian food, dance and music. Overnight.

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Day 7.Saranda – Gjirokastra – Berat – Durres (325km.)
Breakfast. Leave your hotel to visit Gjirokastra UNESCO World heritage site. Visit Berat, known as the “City of 1,000 windows” and “City Museum”, whose settlement Mangalem is included in the UNESCO list of world heritage sites. Lunch at the traditional restaurant in Berat.Tour of the fortress among whose walls there is a large number of medieval Orthodox churches. Tour continues to the seaside town of Durres. Accommodation in hotel, dinner and overnight.

gjirokastra
Day 8.Durres – Tirana – Kruje – Budva (210km.)
Breakfast.Short city tour of Durres, a city founded in the year of 627. Tour of the Roman amphitheater from 2nd century which was discovered only in 1966, largest in the Balkans, the Venetian towers and the port of Durres. Continue to visit Tirana and a tour of the capital of Albania: EthemBey Mosque, the Orthodox Church and the Catholic Cathedral, Skanderbeg Square … The journey continues to Kruja, the first capital of the autonomous Albanian state in the Middle Ages, which has become widely known for the father of the Albanian nation, GjergjKastriot Skanderbeg. Visit the fortress and the Skanderbeg museum which leads to the old bazaar full of shops with beautiful handcrafts. Lunch at a restaurant in Kruja.Travel towards Montenegro, and Budva. Accommodation in hotel in Budva. Dinner and overnight.

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Day 9.Budva – Kotor – Dubrovnik – Trebinje (150km.)
Breakfast.Short tour of the Old Town of Budva and departure for Kotor (on the list of UNESCO).Upon arrival exploring the beauties of this town of Boka Bay: a tour of the old town, the city tower, the Pillar Cathedral Tripun, the walls of the church of St. John, the palace Byzantines, Pima Palace, Square Weapons. Lunch on the way to Dubrovnik, unique in the world due to its impressive medieval fortresses, churches, convents and palaces and is often called a pearl of the Adriatic. Sightseeing Dubrovnik: The Sponza Palace, Orlando Column, Fort Lovrenac, walking along Stradun (Placa Street). After free time in Dubrovnik, travel to Trebinje. Accommodation in hotel.Dinner and overnight.

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Day 10.Trebinje – Pocitelj – Mostar – Sarajevo (270km.)
Breakfast. A brief tour of Trebinje: Arslanagicabridge, built in the 16th century out of stone, Trebisnjica, Clock Tower, “the Poet Square” where are the plane trees over 100 years old, which is the symbol of the city. Departure for Počitelj – a historic settlement in the oriental-Mediterranean style, town-fortress dating back to the middle ages. It is situated along the left bank, in the valley of river Neretva in Bosnia and Herzegovina. This picturesque small town is one of the most beautiful cultural-historical sites in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Travel to Mostar(on the list of UNESCO) and city tour: the Old Bridge, The Halabia Tower, The Hercegusa Tower, The Sahat Kula (The Clock Tower) the KrivaCuprija (The Crooked Bridge), – one of the oldest preserved monuments from the Ottoman period, built before 1558, Coppersmith’s street – old Mostar’s “carsija” (“çarşı” in Turkish means “bazaar” or “market”) located on the left side of the Neretva river with its workshops and souvenir shops. Free time for lunch at a local restaurant. Continue travelling to Sarajevo. Accommodation in hotel.Dinner in Bascarsija (Turkish word for the main market place).Back to hotel. Overnight.

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Day 11.Sarajevo – Visegrad – Mokragora – Sargan – Zlatibor (180km.)
Breakfast. Sightseeing Sarajevo – Olympic city is surrounded by steep mountains: Bjelasnica, Igman, Jahorina, Ozren, Romania, Treskavica and Trebevic. Sarajevo is often called the “Jerusalem of Europe” because of its traditional and religious diversity. Visit the old town: Bascarsija, the Cathedral, old Orthodox church with museum of icons, old mosque and turkish house …unique edifices of Ottoman urban architecture, numerous mosques, kujundziluk (Coppersmith’s street)… Departure to Visegrad and visit old bridge, famous “Bridge over the Drina river” and monument to Ivo Andric, Andric’s town, erected by famous film director Emir Kusturica and the Government of the Republic of Srpskain honour of the Nobel Prize Winner.Travel to Mokra Gora nature park. Tour of the famous tracks “Šargan Eight” and Drvengrad – Mecavnik – built on the idea of Emir Kusturica. Enjoy free time for lunch. After, continue to Zlatibormountain, accommodation in hotel. Dinner and overnight.

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Day 12.Zlatibor –Sirogojno -Oplenac – Topola – Belgrade (220km.)
Breakfast.Visit Sirogojno, village-museum in the open which features architecture, arrangement, economy and way of life in mountainous regions on Zlatibor. Enjoy free time in the beautiful nature of par Zlatibor. Departure for Oplenac and Topola.Sightseeing of Mausoleum of the Serbian Royal Family on Oplenac and old town in Topola.Lunch in the famous restaurant Aleksandar in Arandjelovac. Travel to Belgrade. Accommodation in hotel.Dinner and overnight.

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Day 13. Belgrade
Breakfast. Half day city tour of Belgrade: St.Sava Temple, Terazije, Republic Square, National Museum, Studentskitrg, Belgrade fortress – Kalemegdan, Cathedral Church, Ethnographic museum, The Assembly of the City of Belgrade, Str. KnezMilosa, Bulevar mira, Memorial Center Josip Broz Tito.Sightseeing Zemun.Zemun is really distinguished by its tradition: fortification on Gardos that has been mentioned as early as in the 9th century. The St. Father Nicolaj Church – the oldest orthodox church in Belgrade, Magistrate square, Zemun quay, the Old Captan’s House and The Old Customs House….Free time for coffee and lunch (own expense).. Return to the hotel. Free afternoon time. In the evening a short stroll in the center of the town and going to Skadarlija, bohemian quarter located in the very center of Belgrade, for dinner. Skadarlija is a cobble paved street dating back to the beginning of the 19th century. It was famous for being a favorite meeting place/venue of well
known Belgrade bohemians, poets, painters, actors from the nearby theater, as well as of many lovers of good alcoholic drinks, socializing and spoken word with friends. Over all these years of progress and modernization of the city and society Skadarlija has managed to
preserve the spirit of old times and just because of that it has become a favorite to citizens of Belgrade and many tourists. Return to the hotel. Overnight.

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Day 14. Belgrade – …
Breakfast. Free time until transfer to the airport.

Price per person
40pax35pax30pax25pax20pax15pax
11551195124513151430€1595€

UNESCO World Heritage-listed:
Parthenon. The main ancient structure on the Acropolis, the symbol of Athens and the most famous of the surviving structures from the world of ancient Greece.
Epidaurus. Sanctuary of Asklepios (the shrine to the Greek god of medicine) and the Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus.
Delphi. One of the most important archeological digs in Europe.
Meteora. Incredible sandstone peaks topped with 11th-century monasteries.
Berat and Gjirokastra. Known as the “City of 1,000 windows” and “City Museum”
Kotor. The Natural and Culturo-Historical Region of Kotor. It encompasses the old town of Kotor, the fortifications of Kotor and the surrounding region of the inner Bay of Kotor.
Mostar. The Old Bridge was recently rebuilt and many of the edifices in the Old Town have been restored or rebuilt with the contribution of an international scientific committee established by UNESCO.

The package price includes:
– Transport according to program by modern tourist bus (air conditioning, toilet) with 49 seats regardless of group size
– Accommodation in 4 * hotels and meals according to the program
– Tickets for cultural and historical monuments in the program
– English speaking guide and a Chinese translator during the tour
– Local guides where necessary
– 1 FOC for representative of agency
– Organization costs

The package not includes
– Flight tickets
– Supplement for 1/1 room – € (on request)
– Individual costs of passenger


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Balkan round trip

Serbia-Bosnia and Herzegovina

Montenegro-Albania

12 DAYS – AIRPLANE / BUS

Autumn 2016

Day 1-2 …l – Belgrade

Pickup of the group at the airport. Transfer to the hotel with a short sightseeing. Accommodation in hotel. A short break and lunch. City tour: Terazije, Knez Mihailova Street, Republic Square, Kalemegdan… Free time for walking at the center of Belgrade … Dinner at the hotel. Overnight.

Day 3 Belgrade – Novi Sad – Belgrade

Breakfast. A half-day excursion to Novi Sad, the capital of Vojvodina. Panoramic tour of the Petrovaradin Fortress, Serbian National Theatre, Freedom Square … Lunch. Back to Belgrade. Free afternoon. At 20:00 departure to Skadarlija for dinner – the bohemian quarter in the center of Belgrade, Skadarlija, cobblestone-paved street dating from the beginning of the nineteenth century, it was known as a favorite hangout of famous Belgrade bohemians, poets, painters, actors from the nearby theaters, as well as the many fans of “good wine”, socializing and living the word with friends. Through all these years of progress and modernization of the city and society Skadarlija managed to preserve the spirit of old times and because of that has become a favorite of Belgrade and many tourists. Return to the hotel. Overnight.

Day 4 Belgrade – Oplenac – Kragujevac – Borac – Zlatibor mountain

Breakfast. After breakfast, departure to Topola and Oplenac – Serbian Royal Family Mausoleum. Continue traveling to Kragujevac and visit the memorial park Sumarice, where the German fascists in 1941 year executed in one day more than 3000 people including 300 students of Kragujevac Gymnasium. Lunch in a rural garden in the picturesque village of Borac. After lunch, continue journey to Zlatibor mountain. Accommodation in hotel. Dinner. Overnight.

Day 5 Zlatibor mountain – Mecavnik – Sargan eight – Visegrad – Sarajevo

Breakfast. After breakfast departure to Sargan – Mokra Gora nature park. Tour of the famous tracks “Šargan Eight” and Drvengradm – Mecavnik – built on the idea of famous film director Emir Kusturica. Continue traveling to Visegrad. Tour of the old bridge, the famous’ Bridge on the Drina ” and the monument of Ivo Andric, Andric city, built by Emir Kusturica and Serbian Government in honor of Nobel laureate. Lunch. Departure for Sarajevo. Hotel accommodation. Dinner at the national restaurant in Bascarsija. Return to the hotel. Overnight.

Day 6 Sarajevo – Mostar – Trebinje

Breakfast. Sightseeing Sarajevo – Olympic city is surrounded by steep mountains: Bjelasnica, Igman, Jahorina, Ozren, Romania, Treskavica and Trebevic. Sarajevo is often called the “Jerusalem of Europe” because of its traditional and religious diversity. Visit the old town: Bascarsija, the Cathedral, old Orthodox church with museum of icons, old mosque and turkish house … Departure for Mostar – a tour of the

buildings from the Ottoman period: the Old Bridge, the Tower Kelebija, Herceguša, Clock Tower, Crooked Bridge – one of the the oldest preserved monuments from the Ottoman period, built before 1558 and according to tradition – the old bridge was built on the model of the small bridge, Kujundziluk – old Bazaar which is located on the left side of the Neretva river with shops and souvenir shops. Lunch. Continue traveling to Trebinje. Hotel accommodation. Dinner. Overnight.

Day 7 Trebinje – Kotor – Budva

Breakfast. A brief tour of Trebinje: Arslanagica bridge, built in the 16th century out of stone, Trebisnjica, Clock Tower, “the Poet Square” where are the plane trees over 100 years old, which is the symbol of the city. Departure for Kotor (on the list of UNESCO). Upon arrival exploring the beauties of this town of Boka Bay: a tour of the old town, the city tower, the Pillar Cathedral Tripun, the walls of the church of St. John, the palace Byzantines, Pima Palace, Square Weapons .. Lunch. Continue to Budva. Hotel accommodation. A short break and a tour of the Old Town of Budva. Return to the hotel. Dinner. Overnight.

Day 8 Budva – Cetinje – Podgorica – Shkoder

Breakfast. Departure for Cetinje. The tour of Cetinje, cultural capital of Montenegro and famous for Petar II Petrovic Njegos, Montenegrin bishop and substantial political personality of the time. Tour of Cetinje Monastery, Church of the Cipur, billiards, Orlov Krs, King Nikola palace. The city is located at the bottom of the mountain Lovcen at 590m above sea level and is like an oasis. Cetinje is the best known and most visited tourist city, when it comes to interesting Montenegrin cultural and tourist destinations. The historic core of Cetinje is proposed for the UNESCO list. Continue to visit Podgorica, capital of Montenegro – short tour. Lunch. Travelling to Shkodra, Albania. Hotel accommodation. City tour of Shkodra – visit the city center and the main sights. Dinner. Overnight.

Day 9 Shkoder – Kruje – Tirana – Durres

Breakfast. In the morning tour of the Rozafa fortress with a small museum inside the walls. There is a legend associated with this fort which almost all Balkan nations know and transmitted from generation to generation. Listening to legends while the view extends over the 3 rivers around Shkoder (Bojana, Drim and Kiri) and Skadar Lake will be one of most beautifull memories that can take from Albania. Visit Kruja, the first capital of the autonomous Albanian state in the Middle Ages, which has become widely known for the father of the Albanian nation, Gjergj Kastriot Skanderbeg. Visit the fortress and the Skanderbeg museum which leads to the old bazaar full of shops with beautiful handcrafts. Lunch at a restaurant in Kruja. Continue to visit Tirana and a tour of the capital of Albania: Ethem Bey Mosque, the Orthodox Church and the Catholic Cathedral, Skanderbeg Square … The journey continues to Durres. Hotel accommodation, dinner and overnight.

Day 10 Durres – Berat – Durres

Breakfast. City tour of Durres, a city founded in the year of 627. Tour of the Roman amphitheater from 2nd century which was discovered only in 1966, largest in the Balkans, the Venetian towers and the port of Durres. Lunch in hotel. Around 15:00 hrs visit Berat, known as the “City of 1,000 windows” and “City Museum”, whose settlement Mangalem is included in the UNESCO list of world heritage sites. Tour of the fortress among whose walls there is a large number of medieval Orthodox churches. Dinner at the national restaurant in Berat, with traditional music. Back to Durres. Overnight.

Day 11-12 Durres – Tirana – …

Breakfast. Check out of the hotel and departure for Poland.

40 pax    35 pax   30 pax
640€        680€      720€

For children up to
12 years. 20%

25 pax    20 pax    15 pax discount
760€      820€      880€

The package price includes:
– Transport according to program by modern
tourist bus (air conditioning, toilet) with 49 seats
regardless of group size
– Accommodation in 4 * hotels and meals
according to the program
– Tickets for cultural and historical monuments in
the program
– English speaking guide during the tour
– Local guides where necessary
– 1 FOC for representative of agency
– Organization costs

The package does not include:
– Flight ticket
– Supplement for 1/1 room – 250€
(on request)
– Individual costs of passenger


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SERBIA – BOSNIA I HERZEGOVINA – MONTENEGRO – CROATIA

BELGRADE – NOVI SAD – OPLENAC – KRAGUJEVAC – KNIĆ – ZLATIBOR – “ŠARGANSKA OSMICA” – MEĆAVNIK – VIŠEGRAD – SARAJEVO – MOSTAR – TREBINJE – KOTOR – St. STEFAN – BUDVA – CETINJE – LOVĆEN – BUDVA – DUBROVNIK – SPLIT – TROGIR – PLITVICE – ZAGREB

12 days/10 nights

1-2. Day Copenhagen – Belgrade
Pick up of the group at the airport. Transfer to the hotel and a short rest. Lunch in the hotel. In the afternoon a walking tour around the city center: Terazije street, “Knez Mihailova” Street, Republic Square, Cathedral, Princess Ljubica’s Residence, Ethnographic museum, Students’ Square, National museum, National theatre… Dinner in the hotel. Overnight.

3. Day Belgrade – Novi Sad – Belgrade
Breakfast. Excursion to Novi Sad (www.novisad.rs): Petrovaradin fortress, The Freedom Square… Lunch on a „salaš” (a type of farm typical for this part of Serbia). Return to Belgrade. In the evening we go to Skadarlija street – bohemian quarter in the very center of Belgrade, for supper. Skadarlija, a cobble paved street, dating back to the beginning of the 19th century, was famous for being a favorite meeting place of well known Belgrade bohemians, poets, painters, actors from the nearby theater, as well as of many lovers of good alcoholic drinks, socializing and spoken word with friends. Over all these years of progress and modernization of the city and society Skadarlija has managed to preserve the spirit of old times and just because of that has become a favorite site to citizens of Belgrade and many tourists. Return to the hotel. Overnight.

4. Day Belgrade – Oplenac – Kragujevac – Knić – Zlatibor
Breakfast. A tour around the old city center in Topola: Mausoleum of Serbian royal family at Oplenac (www.topolaoplenac.org.rs). Continuation of the trip to Kragujevac. A tour around the city: „Sumarice“ Memorial Park, dedicated to the 3000 citizens of Kragujevac shot by the Nazi Germany soldiers during World War II. After Kragujevac, we go to lunch in a traditional Serbian house in a nearby village of Knic. After lunch we continue our trip to Zlatibor. First we take a short tour around „Sirogojno“ – village/museum that demonstrates the architecture, decoration, economic activities and life in the Zlatibor Mountain. Accommodation in hotel. Free afternoon. Dinner. Overnight.

 

5. Day Zlatibor – Šarganska osmica – Mećavnik – Višegrad – Sarajevo
Breakfast. Departure for Šargan – Mokra gora, natural landscape. A tour around the famous railway called „Šarganska osmica“ („Šargan eight“) as well as Drvengrad on Mećavnik („Wooden City“) – build after the idea of famous film director Emir Kusturica. We continue our trip to Višegrad. City tour: Old bridge on the river Drina , famous ”Ćuprija na Drini” and a monument to Ivo Andrić (nobel priye winner in literature) „Andrić Town“, also built by Emir Kusturica and the Governemt of Republic of Srpska. Lunch. Continuation of the trip to
Sarajevo. Accommodation in hotel. Sarajevo, for its six centuries long history situated at the crossraods of western and eastern, norhern and southern cultures, is continually culturally
growing and bloosoming (www.sarajevo-tourism.com/bos/). A walk around the old city center and a dinner at „Baščaršija“. Return to the hotel. Overnight.

mecavnik-1

6. Day Sarajevo – Mostar – Trebinje
Breakfast. Sarajevo sightseeing: Bascarsija, Coppersmith’s street, Bey mosque, Town Hall, Spring of the Bosna River… Departure for the city of Mostar (www.turizam.mostar.ba/‎ ). City tour: buildings dating back to Ottoman rule (15th – 19th century): Old Bridge, Kalebija Tower, Hercegusa Tower, Sahat Tower (Clock Tower), Crooked Bridge – one of the oldest preserved monuments from the Ottoman period, built before 1558 and according to oral history the Old Bridge was built as a copy of the small bridge. Coppersmith’s street – old Mostar’s “carsija” (“çarşı” in Turkish means “bazaar” or “market”) is located on the left side of the Neretvariver with its workshops and souvenir shops. Lunch in Mostar. We continue our trip to Trebinje. Accommodation in hotel. Dinner. Overnight.mostar-custom

7. Day Trebinje – Kotor – Sveti Stefan – Budva
Breakfast. Trebinje sightseeing: „Arslanagić“ Bridge from 16th century, river Trebišnjica, monastery Tvrdoš from 16th century, walking tour throught the old city center where we visit Clock Tower, Church New Gračanica, City walls, „Square of the Poet“ (famous serbian poet Jovan Dučić), with over 100 years old trees, symbol of the city, as wel as statues of Helen of Anjou, Petar II Petrović Njegoš… We continue our trip to Kotor (www.tokotor.me/). Situated in one of the most beautiful bays in the world, Kotor, a town of merchants and famous seafarers has a lot to tell. The old town Kotor is the best preserved medieval urban setting typical of towns established in the 12th and 14th century. Thanks to its medieval architecture and numerous monuments of cultural heritage, Kotor found its place on the UNESCO’s list of “World Natural and Cultural Heritage”. On one of them there is also. Sightseeing: The St. Tryphon’s Cathedral, a monument to Roman culture and one of the recognizable symbols of the town The St. Lucas’s church, The Santa Anna church, The St. Mary’s Church, The Church of Our Lady of Health, Duke’s Palace. Napoleon Theatre…Lunch in Kotor. Continuation of the trip to Budva. We go to St. Stefan – an island nearby Budva connected to the mainland via causeway. Accommodation in hotel in Budva. Dinner. Overnight.

kotor_and_boka_kotorska_-_view_from_city_wall

8. Day Budva – Lovćen – Cetinje – Budva
Breakfast. Excursion to the Lovćen Mountain and the city of Cetinje. A tour around the National Park in the Lovćen Mountain. We continue to Cetinje, a historical royal town and the second most important town of Montenegro. Due to its rich heritage and its long status of the capital of Montenegro, Cetinje is nowadays an honorary capital of Montenegro. Cetinje sightseeing: The Historical Museum of Montenegro, The Ethnographic Museum of Montenegro, The King Nicola’s Court and the Njegos’s Museum… Lunch break. In the afternoon we return to the hotel in Budva. Dinner. Overnight.

9. DayBudva – Dubrovnik – Split
Breakfast. Departure for Dubrovnik – unique in the World for its impressive medieval fortresses, churches, monasteries, often reffered to as ana Adriatic pearl. Its old town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Sightseeing: Sponza Palace, Monument to Orlando, Lovrenac, Stradun… Lunch in Dubrovnik. After lunch we continue to Split. Another city on the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites since 1979. We visit Diocletian’s Palace, built in 3rd century, long before the city even existed. Accommodation in hotel in Split or nearby. Dinner. Overnight.

dubrovnik
10. Day Split – Trogir – Plitvice – Zagreb
Breakfast. Departure for Trogir. Sightseeing: St. Lovre’s Cathedral, Kamerlengo fortress, St. Nicholas’ Monastery, old city center…After Trogir we continue to Plitvice Lakes National Park, (www.np-plitvicka-jezera.hr/). A unique hydrogpraphic phenomenon. PlitviceLakes are also on UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. Lunch. After lunch we continue to the city of Zagreb, the capital of Croatia. Accommodatio in hotel. Free evening. Dinner. Overnight.

plitvice

 

11. Day Zagreb
Breakfast. Zagreb sightseeing: St. Mark’s Square and St. Mark’s Church, BanskiDvori (Ban’s Court) – baroque palace currently official building of the Croatian Government, Katarina’s Square, Dverce Palace and Lotrščak Tower, Cathedral, and the old city center – Ban Jelačić Square and the longest street in Zagreb. We continue to Zagorje, an area nearby Zagreb and visit the Trakošćan fortress. Lunch. After lunch we return to the hotel in Zagreb. Free afternoon and evening. Dinner. Overnight.

12. Day Zagreb – Copenhagen
Breakfast. Free time for individual activity. Check out from the hotel as we leave towards the Zagreb airport in the afternoon.
UNESCO World Heritage Sites:
– Višegrad Bridge
– Mostar Bridge
– City of Kotor (Montenegro)
– City of Dubrovnik (Croatia)
– City of Split (Croatia)
– Plitvice Lakes (Croatia)

15 pax20 pax25 pax30 pax35 pax40 paxFor children 0-12 years old 20% discount
965 €895 €865 €835 €815 €795 €

Package price includes:

– transportation in modern tourist buses
– 2 HB in a 4* hotel in Belgrade
– 1 HB in a 4* hotel in Zlatibor
– 1 HB in a 4* hotel in Sarajevo
– 1 HB in a 4* hotel in Trebinje
– 2 HB in a 4* hotel in Budva
– 1 HB in a 4* hotel in Split or nearby
– 2 HB in a 4* hotel in Zagreb
– lunches and dinners as in the program
– sightseeing according to program with local guide in English language
– entrance fees for cultural and historical monuments
– trip organization expenses

Package price does not include:
-airplane tickets
– supplement for 1/1 room: 200€ (on request)
– individual expenses


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SERBIA-BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA-MONTENEGRO

BELGRADE – NOVI SAD – SREMSKI KARLOVCI – OPLENAC – KRAGUJEVAC – KNIĆ – ZLATIBOR – ŠARGANSKA OSMICA – MEĆAVNIK – VIŠEGRAD – SARAJEVO – MOSTAR – TREBINJE – KOTOR – St. STEFAN – BUDVA – LOVĆEN – CETINJE – PODGORICA

10 DAYS- AIRPLANE/BUS

Day 1-2 Beijing – Istanbul – Belgrade
Flight Beijing – Istanbul at 00:50 – 05:15h
Flight Istanbul – Belgrade at 07:50 – 08:40h
Pick up of the group at the airport. Transfer to the hotel and a short rest. Lunch in the hotel. In the afternoon a walking tour around the city center: Terazije street, Knez Mihailova street, Republic Square, Cathedral, Princess Ljubica’s Residence, Ethnographic museum, Students’ Square, National museum, National theatre… Dinner in the hotel. Overnight.

Day 3 Belgrade

Breakfast. Belgrade sightseeing (www.beograd.rs): Kalemegdan fortress, St. Sava Church, City Hall, Kneza Milosa street, Boulevard of Peace, White Hall, Memorial Center Josip Broz Tito, Mount Avala and an “Unknown Hero” monument… Continuation of the tour in Zemun, the old part of the city across the river. Zemun is really distinguished by its tradition: fortification on Gardos that has been mentioned as early as in the 9th century. The St. Father Nicolaj Church – the oldest orthodox church in Belgrade. Lunch in a restaurant in Zemun, on the shores of river Danube. Return to the hotel. In the evening we go to Skadarlijastreet – bohemian quarter in the very center of Belgrade, for supper. Skadarlija, a cobble paved street, dating back to the beginning of the 19th century, was famous for being a favorite meeting place of well known Belgrade bohemians, poets, painters, actors from the nearby theater, as well as of many lovers of good alcoholicdrinks, socializing and spoken word with friends. Over all these years of progress and modernization of the city and society Skadarlija has managed to preserve the spirit of old times and just because of that has become a favorite site to citizens of Belgrade and many tourists. Return to the hotel. Overnight.

parlamentbelgrad

Day 4 Belgrade – Novi Sad – Sremski Karlovci – Belgrade (190km)
Breakfast. Excursion for Novi Sad and Sremski Karlovci. Sightseeing of Novi Sad (www.novisad.rs): Petrovaradin fortress, The Freedom Square… We continue our tour to the city of Sremski Karlovci, and go to lunch in a local winery. After lunch city sightseeing: Cathedral, Patriarchate Court, Gymnasium (High School) of Karlovci… Return to Belgrade. Free afternoon and evening. Dinner. Overnight.

Day 5 Belgrade – Oplenac – Kragujevac – Knić – Zlatibor (250 km)
Breakfast. A tour around the old city center in Topola: Mausoleum of Serbian royal family at Oplenac (www.topolaoplenac.org.rs). Continuation of the trip to Kragujevac. A tour around
the city: „Sumarice“ Memorial Park, dedicated to the 3000 citizens of Kragujevac shot by the Nazi Germany soldiers during World War II. After Kragujevac, we go to lunch in a traditional Serbian house in a nearby village of Knic. After lunch we continue our trip to Zlatibor. First we take a short tour around „Sirogojno“ – village/museum that demonstrates the architecture, decoration, economic activities and life in the Zlatibor Mountain. Accommodation in hotel. Free afternoon. Dinner. Overnight.

Day 6 Zlatibor – Šarganska osmica – Mećavnik – Višegrad – Sarajevo (180km)
Breakfast. Departure for Šargan – Mokra gora, natural landscape. A tour around the famous railway called „Šarganska osmica“ („Šargan eight“) as well as Drvengrad on Mećavnik („Wooden City“) – built after the idea of famous film director Emir Kusturica. We continue our trip to Višegrad. City tour: Old bridge on the river Drina , famous ”Ćuprija na Drini” and a monument to Ivo Andrić (nobel prize winner in literature) „Andrić Town“, also built by Emir Kusturica and the Governemt of Republic of Srpska. Lunch. Continuation of the trip to Sarajevo. Accommodation in hotel. Sarajevo, for its six centuries long history situated at the crossraods of western and eastern, norhern and southern cultures, is continually culturally growing and bloosoming (www.sarajevo-tourism.com). A walk around the old city center and a dinner at „Baščaršija“. Return to the hotel. Overnight.

Day 7 Sarajevo – Mostar – Trebinje (245 km)
Breakfast. Sarajevo sightseeing: „Bascarsija”, Coppersmith’s street, Bey mosque, Town Hall, Spring of the Bosna River… Departure for the city of Mostar (www.turizam.mostar.ba‎). City tour: buildings dating back to Ottoman rule (15th – 19th century): Old Bridge, Kalebija Tower, Hercegusa Tower, Sahat Tower (Clock Tower), Crooked Bridge – one of the oldest preserved monuments from the Ottoman period, built before 1558 and according to oral history the Old Bridge was built as a copy of the small bridge. Coppersmith’s street – old Mostar’s “carsija” (“çarşı” in Turkish means “bazaar” or “market”) is located on the left side of the Neretvariver with its workshops and souvenir shops. Lunch in Mostar. We continue our trip toTrebinje. Accommodation in hotel. Dinner. Overnight.

Day 8 Trebinje – Kotor – St. Stefan – Budva (105 km)
Breakfast. Trebinje sightseeing:„Arslanagić“ Bridge from 16th century, river Trebišnjica, monastery Tvrdoš from 16th century, walking tour through the old city center where we visit Clock Tower, Church New Gračanica, City walls, „Square of the Poet“ (famous serbian poet Jovan Dučić), with over 100 years old trees, symbol of the city, as well as statues of Helen of Anjou, Petar II Petrović Njegoš… We continue our trip to Kotor (www.tokotor.me). Situated in one of the most beautiful bays in the world, Kotor, a town of merchants and famous seafarers has a lot to tell. The old town Kotor is the best preserved medieval urban setting typical of towns established in the 12th and 14th century. Thanks to its medieval architecture and numerous monuments of cultural heritage, Kotor found its place on the UNESCO’s list of “World Natural and Cultural Heritage”. On one of them there is also. Sightseeing: The St. Tryphon’s Cathedral, a monument to Roman culture and one of the recognizable symbols of the town The St. Lucas’s church, The Santa Anna church, The St. Mary’s Church, The Church of Our Lady of Health, Duke’s Palace. Napoleon Theatre…Lunch in Kotor. Continuation of the trip to Budva. We go to St. Stefan – an island nearby Budva connected to the mainland via causeway. Accommodation in hotel in Budva. Dinner. Overnight.

kotor_and_boka_kotorska_-_view_from_city_wall

 

Day 9 Budva – Lovćen – Cetinje – Budva (105 km)
Breakfast. Excursion to the Lovćen Mountain and the city of Cetinje. A tour around the National Park in the Lovćen Mountain. We continue to Cetinje, a historical royal town and the second most important town of Montenegro. Due to its rich heritage and its long status of the capital of Montenegro, Cetinje is nowadays an honorary capital of Montenegro. Cetinje
sightseeing: The Historical Museum of Montenegro, The Ethnographic Museum of Montenegro, The King Nicola’s Court and the Njegos’s Museum… Lunch in Cetinje. In the afternoon we return to the hotel in Budva. Dinner. Overnight.

Day 10 Budva – Podgorica – Istanbul – Beijing (65 km)
Breakfast. Check out from the hotel and departure for Podgorica. Panoramic view of Podgorica (capital of Montengero) as we continue to Podgorica airport.

podgorica
Flight Podgorica 14:30 – Istanbul 17:15
Flight Istanbul (+1) 00:50 – Beijing 16:05

UNESCO World Heritage Sites
– Višegrad Bridge
– Mostar Bridge
– City of Kotor (Montenegro)

15 pax=865 €

20 pax=795 €

25 pax=755 €

30 pax=735 €

35 pax=715 €

40 pax=695 €

For children age 0-12 a 20% discount
Package includes:
– transport in modern tourist buses
– 3 HB in a 4* hotel in Belgrade
– 1 HB in a 4* hotel in Zlatibor
– 1 HB in a 4* hotel in Sarajevo
– 1 HB in a 4* hotel in Trebinje
– 2 HB in a 4* hotel in Budva
– lunches and dinners as in the programme
– sightseeing with a tourist guide in English language and a Chinese translator throughout the tour
– entrance fees for cultural and historical monumets
– trip organization expenses

Package does not include:
– airline tickets
– supplement for 1/1 room: 160€ (on request)
– individual expenses


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