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Dubrovnik to Venice Dubrovnik, Split, Plitvice lakes, Ljubljana and Venice


Day 1:Tuesday.Dubrovnik. You will be met and transferred to your hotel. The day is at leisure Welcome Dinner. Day 2:Wednesday. Dubrovnik. A walking tour shows you the highlights of Old Dubrovnik. The rest of the day is free to discover more of the city on your own, browse through the shops, or relax. Day 3:Thursday. Dubrovnik. Excursion to Montenegro Head to the mouth of the beautiful Bay of Kotor, the longest and deepest fjord in Southern Europe. Enjoy a boat ride to Our Lady of the Rocks, one of two islets off the coast. Upon return to the coast, we will stop in Perast, an old charming coastal town. Visit city of Kotor before returning to Dubrovnik. Your evening free. Day 4: Friday. Dubrovnik to Split, Travel north along the spectacular Adriatic coast, past old fishing villages and new resorts, to Split. Sightseeing of the historic city, UNESCO Heritage. Day 5:Saturday. Split to Trogir Plitvice Lakes, After breakfast, head to Trogir, one of the oldest cities on the Adriatic coast and a center of artistic activities in Croatia. Then, turn inland and journey to Plitvice Lakes National Park. Day 6: Sunday. In Plitvice Lakes. A full day to enjoy spectacular Plitvice Lakes National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Day 7:Monday. Plitvice to Opatija, Postojna & Bled. Returning to the coast, stop at the beautiful bay of Kvarner and its popular resort, Opatija. An orientation tour of Opatija with the highlights of this former Imperial resort city. Afterward, drive across the border into Slovenia and to Postojna Cave. Continue to Bled. Day 8:Tuesday. In Bled, Ljubljana excursion Bled was “discovered” by travelers in the middle of the 19th century. Sightseeing tour of the charming town and the lakeshore. Afternoon excursion to Ljubljana; the city tour takes in views of the open-air Central Market, Baroque Town Hall, Robba’s Fountain, the Three Bridges, and the Parliament. Return to Bled for an overnight. Day 9:Wednesday. Bled, to Trieste & Venice, Leaving Bled, drive south to Trieste in Italy for orientation tour and visit to Miramare Castle and its lovely park. After your visit, continue on to the romantic city of Venice. Day 10: Thursday. Venice. Today begins with a walking tour of Venice, featuring the major highlights. Visit a glassblowing factory


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where you will watch a master artisan demonstrate this traditional Venetian art. Your afternoon is at leisure. Farewell Dinner. Day 11: Friday. depart Venice, After breakfast you will be transferred to Venice airport for your flight home.


Included Features: • First class hotels, rooms with private facilities • Breakfast daily and 8 dinners • Airport arrival and departure transfers • Touring by modern air-conditioned motor coach • Professional Tour Director throughout Sightseeing tours as per program • Luggage handling • Whisper technology enhanced touring • Service charges and hotel taxes


Hotels: Zagreb: Westin Hotel (DLX) Sarajevo: Europe Hotel (F) Dubrovnik: Hotel Lapad (F) Split: Hotel Atrium (F) Plitvice: Hotel Jezero (F) Bled: Hotel Park (F)/ Hotel Golf (F) Venice: Bauer Paladio Hotel & Spa (DLX)


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