Sarajevo and Dubrovnik Coach Tour 5 Nights

    Stepping into a medieval masterpiece

    • Duration

      6 Days

    • Total Destinations

      2

    • Attractions

      8

    • Pkg Id

      0000186

    Ever wanted to see George R R Martin’s Kings Landing for real? Taking a selfie on one of the most unique and picturesque bridges in the world? Pack your bags for the Balkans – Sarajevo and Dubrovnik, two medieval cities that entice with their medieval looks and modern charms.

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    DAY 1
    Sarajevo

    • Arrival to Sarajevo airport. Our tour escort will host you from outside airport.
    • Transfer to the Hotel.
    • Check into Hotel.
    • Free time to explore the city on your own.
    • Overnight at Hotel.

    DAY 2
    Sarajevo

    • Breakfast at Hotel.
    • Transfers for Sarajevo sightseeing tour .
    • The capital city and largest urban centre of Bosnia and Herzegovina, located in the Sarajevo valley of Bosnia proper, surrounded by the Dinaric Alps and situated around the Miljacka river.
    • Overnight stay  at Hotel.

    DAY 3
    Sarajevo to Dubrovnik

    • Breakfast at the hotel.
    • Transfer from Sarajevo to Dubrovnik.
    • Suggestion: Visit Mostar ‘en route’ :
    • Optional: Mostar sightseeing tour with local guide (duration approx. 1,5 hrs).
    • In the true sense of the word it is the city where West meets East meets North meets South. Experience sights such as the Old Bazaar, the Turkish House and one of the many old Mosques. After the guided tour of the town free time for strolling around and browsing among the many old craft shops or maybe lunch in one of the picturesque local restaurants.
    • Overnight at the hotel in Dubrovnik area

    DAY 4
    Dubrovnik

      • Breakfast at Hotel.
    • Dubrovnik sightseeing with local guide duration approx  2 hrs. “Those who seek paradise on earth”, George Bernard Shaw once wrote, “should come to Dubrovnik”.
    • The old city of Dubrovnik has remained basically unchanged since the thirteenth century. Its medieval ramparts encircle the city which pedestrians can enter through one of two gates - either way, they find themselves joining the evening promenade Stradun which you can either join or watch, a drink in hand, from one of the various cafes and restaurants along the way.
    • Overnight stay at Hotel 

    DAY 5
    Dubrovnik

    • Breakfast at the Hotel.
    • Excursion to Montenegro Duration approx 8 hrs,Located less than one hour's drive from Dubrovnik.
    • Montenegro offers a natural beauty in combination with history and culture.
    • Enjoy the drive around the Kotor Bay with its numerous small settlements  stop in Medieval Kotor to soak in the typical Mediterranean lifestyle, Continue to Budva , the ancient town which is today a lively tourist resort.
    • Transfers to Hotel.
    • Free time to explore the city on your own.
    • Overnight stay at the Hotel

    DAY 6
    Dubrovnik - Onwards

    • Breakfast at Hotel.
    • Check-out from Hotel
    • Transfer from the hotel in Dubrovnik area to Tivat , Montenegro airport

    Top Attractions of Sarajevo and Dubrovnik Coach Tour 5 Nights Tour

    Stepping into a medieval masterpiece

    Sarajevo

    Sarajevo is a city that has seen its fair share of historical events; it witnesses the outbreak of WWI, communist rule and its own civil war in the early 1990s. Some of Sarajevo is Latin Bridge, Bascarsija, Sarajevo City Hall, Sarajevo Cable Car, National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Tunnel of Hope, Historical Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sacred Heart Cathedral and many more.

    Dominican Monastery

    Dubrovniks Dominican Monastery may be one of the citys first multi-purpose construction projects. Besides its function as a home for a 14th-century Dominican congregation it was positioned against the city wall to strengthen the ramparts northeaster

    Church of St. Ignatius of Loyola

    If you make a right turn from Gunduliceva Poljana youll run into a long set of Baroque stairs designed by Pietro Passalacqua and reminiscent of Romes Spanish Steps. The stairs lead up from Uz Jezuite to the Jesuit Church of St. Ignatius of Loyola Dubrovniks largest house of worship. The stairs were severely damaged in the 1991-92 siege of the city but they have been resto

    Church of Our Lady of the Snow

    The monastery recently was converted to an eight-room bed-and-breakfast and guests can explore the adjoining church at their leisure. Look for the churchs medieval altarpieces and the remains of what may be an ancient Roman amphitheater nearby. Inside y

    St. Saviour Church Dubrovnik

    St. Saviour Church is a small votive church located in Dubrovniks Old Town. It is dedicated to Jesus Christ.

    Museum of Modern Art Dubrovnik (MOMAD)

    The Museum of Modern Art Dubrovnik was founded in 1945 and is housed inside the prestigious palace built in 1939 by Dubrovnik ship-owner Boo Banac. It was designed by prominent Croatian architects Lavoslav Horvat and Harold Bilini. The Museum also manages the Duli-Masle-Pulitika Gallery and the Pulitika Atelier in the Old Town. The Museum of Modern Art Dubrovnik has

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