Jewels of Slovenia, Croatia & Bosnia and Herzegovina

Tailor-made Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina and Slovenia tour showcases the wondrous cultural, religious and natural diversity. These three neighbouring countries, once part of Yugoslavia, have something for everyone. Whether you are looking for an active vacation, exploring the culture or a simple relaxing getaway, they have it all. Firstly, they exhibit a vast diversity of nature to explore. The Adriatic coastline offers charming old towns, crystal clear sea, and beautiful sunsets. On the other hand, numerous hills, mountains and rivers are perfect for adventure sports. Secondly, you will be amazed by the similarity and diversity in language, history, religion and culture.

As we travel, you will see traces from the times of ancient Greece, Venice, Austrian Empire, Ottoman Empire, Yugoslavia… It truly is a place where the West and East meet. Choose your Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina and Slovenia tour destinations from the list below or make a new one. While you are enjoying every moment of your vacation, we will be busy ensuring that everything runs smoothly for you. Expect top-notch accommodation, private transportation and experienced local tour guides, who will show you the best of the region. Keep in mind that every Experience Dubrovnik’s trip is different and that everything is adapted to best suit your wishes.

TOUR TYPE

private, bespoke and tailor-made

AVAILABLE

April 1st – November 1st

PAYMENT OPTIONS

credit/debit card, Paypal

LANGUAGES

English, German & Spanish

SUGGESTED DURATION

11 days, 10 nights

SUGGESTED ACCOMMODATION

4* hotels & private villas

TOUR TYPE

private, bespoke and tailor-made

AVAILABLE

April 1st – November 1st

LANGUAGES

English, German & Spanish

SUGGESTED DURATION

11 days, 10 nights

PAYMENT OPTIONS

credit/debit card, Paypal

SUGGESTED ACCOMMODATION

4* hotels & private villas

SUGGESTED DESTINATIONS

LJUBLJANA

Our Slovenia tour starts with the country’s fairytale capital. This small city has less than 300.000 inhabitants. You can walk from one side of its historic centre to the other in about 20 minutes or less. Ljubljana boasts of rich history, beautiful architecture, green surroundings, and great traditional cuisine. The first thing you see is a dreamy castle on top of the hill surrounded by woods. The core of the city is a web of cobbled streets, which are almost completely pedestrian, surrounded by parks, gardens and trees. The city’s artery is the emerald green river Ljubljanica, crisscrossed by 17 bridges, one of the most famous of Ljubljana’s landmarks. Enjoying a cup of coffee on the river’s banks is one of the top things to do when visiting Ljubljana.

BLED

Bled, one of the most recognisable Slovenian attractions is only half an hour drive away from Ljubljana. Imagine a picture-perfect lake, looking like it came straight out of a travel brochure. The crystalline lake and the snow-bedazzled Julian Alps springing up in the background could be reason enough to visit Bled. However, there is so much more to do. Firstly, can go hiking around the lake or even walk up the hill and enjoy the vistas from Bled Castle, plunked high above the shoreline. Secondly, you can take a ride on a traditional Slovenian pletna (covered rowboat) and explore the Church of the Assumption on a small island in the middle of the lake. Lastly, do not leave without having a proper dessert – the kremšnita, or Bled Cream Cake.

POSTOJNA

How about a train ride into the underworld labyrinth of passages, tunnels, galleries and chambers? Postojna cave, located 50 km from Ljubljana, is the largest and arguably the most beautiful cave of the Karst region. Slovenia has over 11 thousands caves located mostly in the Karst region in the south-east of the country. Created by the Pivka River, Postojna cave boasts with stalagmites, stalactites, and columns of incredible shapes and sizes. We will round up the trip by visiting Predjama castle, a unique mediaeval castle built into a high cliff just outside Postojna.

ZAGREB

Croatia’s capital offers a completely different picture of Croatia than the coastal cities travellers usually visit on their trip to Croatia. Zagreb’s cityscape is an interesting mixture of classic Austro-Hungarian architecture and modernist communist architecture. It is big enough to offer a full range of diverse sights and attractions for everyone, but also compact enough to be explored on foot. This makes it perfect for exploring. Moreover, within an hour’s drive, you can be hiking mountains, exploring Croatian castles or eating exceptional food at one of the village family households.

PLITVICE

UNESCO World Heritage Site Plitvice Lakes National Park contains 16 emerald green interconnecting lakes, all stunningly beautiful. Plitvice are best known for their countless cascading waterfalls of all sizes and heights, which you are likely to meet at every turn, leading you to “Veliki Slap”, the biggest waterfall in Plitvice. One day will not be enough to soak in all the beauties of it, but we’ll help you plan it so you can make the most of the place that many call heaven on Earth.

ZADAR

Many travellers visiting Croatia overlook this architectural and cultural gem set on a small peninsula. We advise you not to do the same. Zadar, home of medieval churches and Roman ruins, offers plenty of historic sites and excellent museums to explore, but also provides unexpected sound-and-light attractions on the edge of the Zadar waterfront. Listen to the “Sea Organ”, a giant harmonica played by the sea while dancing on a big solar-powered dancefloor known as the “Monument to the Sun”. You may also choose to relax on one of the nearby island’s incredible sandy beaches.

SPLIT

On its route to the Adriatic Sea, the River Krka created breath-taking multi-layered waterfalls, picturesque lakes and gorges, now a part of the astoundingly beautiful Krka National Park, only an hour drive from the city of Split. Explore scenic trails through forests and past streams, breath in fresh air next to a roaring waterfall, take a refreshing swim in one of Krka’s peaceful lakes and seek out historical monasteries and old mills.

KRKA

On its route to the Adriatic Sea, the River Krka created breath-taking multi-layered waterfalls, picturesque lakes and gorges, now a part of the astoundingly beautiful Krka National Park, only an hour drive from the city of Split. Explore scenic trails through forests and past streams, breath in fresh air next to a roaring waterfall, take a refreshing swim in one of Krka’s peaceful lakes and seek out historical monasteries and old mills.

TROGIR

Trogir is a true gem located on an island only a thirty minutes drive west of Split. This adorable old town is connected to the mainland by old stone bridges. Don’t skip it just because it’s so small you can walk from one end to another in ten minutes. Trogir is packed with lots of scenic views, historic sites and great places to eat, just to name a few. Our local guide will take you through Its narrow streets and tell you the most amazing curiosities. Charming and photogenic, Trogir is simply wonderful.

MOSTAR

Mostar is the biggest city in the Herzegovina part of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Also, it’s the city you’ll never forget. Expect the skyline dominated by minarets, church bells and huge white cross in the hilltop. The most iconic landmark of the city is the UNESCO World Heritage Site Old Bridge. It’s the beating heart of the city, where Muslims, Catholics and Orthodox live in harmony. Built during the Ottomans, the bridge was destroyed in 1993 during the Yugoslavia war. It was built again in 2004. We’ll take you through the narrow cobblestone streets of the Old City and show you the best of Mostar.

SARAJEVO

The capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina is so much more than just that. Sarajevo is an amazing meeting point of East and West, tradition and modernity, where the Austro-Hungarian and Otto-man cultural influences merge. You can visit Catholic church, Orthodox church, synagogue and mosque in a day. It’s a town where World War I all began. Moreover, Sarajevo suffered greatly during WWII and the Yugoslavia war. Nonetheless, Bosnian’s remained known as most welcoming hosts, who will greet you with an amazing sense of humour, delicious food and tasty home-made spirits.

DUBROVNIK

Once you set your eyes on the ancient city walls elevated above the turquoise Adriatic Sea, you will understand why Dubrovnik, once the capital of the mighty sea-faring Republic of Ragusa, is now on the UNESCO list of World Heritage sites. We will take you down the glittering streets covered with limestone, show you where to have a memorable meal and let you explore the amazing history of its stone baroque buildings. You might want to choose to visit the enchanting Lokrum island from the town harbour or let us take you on a private speedboat tour around the mesmerising Elaphite Islands.

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