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Montenegro, Dubrovnik, Sarajevo and Mostar in 7 days

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This tour is designed for people who are wishing to explore the very best parts of stunning Montenegro and also visit Dubrovnik and Sarajevo in a very special 7 day all inclusive experience. If you are wondering if this is the right trip for you, here are some of the great things you can expect from this wonderful tour package:

  • Day 1. Arrival and welcome day in the beautiful UNESCO city of Kotor
  • Day 2. See all the best things central & south Montenegro has to offer
  • Day 3. Experience Dubrovnik
  • Day 4. Enjoy the sites and history of Mostar & Sarajevo
  • Day 5. Discover what makes North Montenegro.
  • Day 6. Explore the astounding Bay of Kotor on a marvelous Boka Bay Cruise.
  • Day 7. Final day to enjoy Kotor and say goodbye before you depart.
  • Transfers from/to the airport (Podgorica, Tivat or Dubrovnik)
  • Travel in comfort in our safe and modern vehicles
  • Licensed professionally trained tour guides fluent in English
  • Learn and experience local culture and discover what makes Montenegro such an interesting unique place to visit 6 nights at one place - no need to pack your suitcase every day
  • 6 nights accommodation – included Days to relax
  • Meals and entrance fees – included
  • Time to relax and enjoy the wonders and beauty of Montenegro and it’s surrounds
  • DURATION: 7 days
  • IDELA AGE: 5 to 99 years
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To begin we will organize your transfer from Dubrovnik, Podgorica or Tivat airport to Kotor and you will check-in to your hotel. Depending on your arrival time, you can enjoy a leisurely breakfast/lunch break. You will then discover Kotor’s stunning Old Town on an organized walking tour after which you can enjoy some free time exploring Kotor some more at your own pace until dinner.

DAY 1. Welcome to Kotor

THINGS TO NOTE!

DURATION: up to 1 hour
INCLUDED: professional tour guide in English language, map of the city
NOT INCLUDED: other drinks or souvenirs
WHAT TO BRING: water, suncream, a hat, camera
HIGHLIGHTS: Square of Arms, Clock Tower, Palace of Bizanti, Beskuća, Buća and Pima families, Cathedral of St. Tryphon, Maritime Museum, Karampana fountain, St. Luke’s and St. Nikola’s Church

The BEST way to discover the beauty of Montenegro, it’s history and culture, is by visiting its national parks! We’ll take you to the lofty heights of Lovćen Mountain for breathtaking panoramic views of the Bay of Kotor and hear some interesting facts about the area. Next stop is conquering the exquisite Lake peak (1,700 meters above sea level) and visit the highest Mausoleum and look over the vast mountainous landscape of Montenegro. We will drive on to the Old Royal Capital of Cetinje followed by a relaxing lunch break and a scenic boat ride on the River of Crnojević. Finally, we will stop for a photo of the most famous city on the coast – Budva. A full day of exceptionally memorable highlights that you are sure not to forget.

DAY 2. The Best of Central & South Monte

ITINERARY:

07:30 am – Start from Budva, photo stops along the serpentines
09:30 am – Arrival at Njegusi village, breakfast break
11:00 am – Visit to the mausoleum, Lovćen National Park
12:45 pm – Arrival at Cetinje, walking tour
02:30 pm – Arrival at River of Crnojević, lunch break
04:00 pm – Boat ride, swimming (depending on the temperature)
05:30 pm – Departure to St Stefan (via Cetinje), scenic drive above Budva


06:30 pm – St Stefan photo stop


07:00 pm – Finish in the Budva


08:00 pm – Dinner


THINGS TO NOTE!

DURATION: up to 12 hours
INCLUDED: full day transport by mini-bus or mini-van, boat ride on the River of Crnojević, professional tour guide in English language, entrance fees
WHAT TO BRING: water, sunscreen, swimsuit, towel, camera (warmer clothing for the mountain and months other than summer)
HIGHLIGHTS: Old Austro-Hungarian road, Njeguši village, traditional breakfast, Lovćen NP, mausoleum of Peter II Petrović Njegoš, Old Royal Capital Cetinje, River of Crnojević, traditional lunch, boat ride, Saint Stefan island photo stop

Day three will take you on a journey beyond Montenegro’s borders and give you a taste of it’s closest neighbors. You will get to discover the picturesque city of Dubrovnik, one of the most beautiful parts of Croatia, and marvel at not only it’s impressive architecture and history but also see where one of the most popular TV shows in the world was filmed – Game of Thrones – before heading for a wonderful night in Bosnia’s Capital, Sarajevo. Our “Kings’ Landing” itinerary is as follows:

DAY 3. Dubrovnik and arrival in Mostar

ITINERARY:

07:30 am – Breakfast
08:00 am – Start from after breakfast
11:00 am – Arrive in Dubrovnik, walking tour
12:30 pm – Free time (walk, lunch break etc.)
16:30 pm – Drive to Mostar
07:30 pm – Hotel check in
08:30 pm – Dinner

THINGS TO NOTE!

DURATION: up to 10 hours (The time of arrival in Dubrovnik can be longer due the traffic jam on the border pass)
INCLUDED: full day transport by mini-bus, professional tour guide in English language, entrance fees, food and drinks
WHAT TO BRING: water, sunscreen, camera (warmer clothing for monts other than summer)
HIGHLIGHTS: Roman mosaics, Pile Gate, main street Stradun, Onofrio's Fountain Luza Square with Orlando's column, St. Blaise Curch, Rector's Palace, Green market, Sponza Palace

When you think it is over with seeing beauties under UNESCO protection, than you see Mostar with its beautiful Old Bridge. Before our departure to Sarajevo we will have walking tour through beautiful Mostar.


Due to a long history of religious and cultural diversity, Sarajevo is often referred to as the “Jerusalem of Europe” or “Jerusalem of the Balkans.” It is one of only a few major European cities to have a mosque, Catholic church, Orthodox church and a synagogue all within the same neighborhood. It is a city where East meets West and it surely has a lot to offer.

DAY 4. Sarajevo & Mostar and arrival in Žabljak

ITINERARY:

07:00 am – Breakfast
07:45 am – Mostar walking tour & free time
11:00 am – Drive to Sarajevo
13:30 pm – Arrival to Sarajevo, walking tour
15:30 pm – Lunch
17:00 pm – Drive to Žabljak
20:30 pm – Arrival in Žabljak 21:30 pm – Dinner


Sarajevo walking tour itinerary:

Sarajevo meeting of Culture – pass through the street where East meets West. This is the spot where the two dominant cultures that shaped life in Sarajevo merge. If you go West from this place, you will come face to face with Austro-Hungarian architecture, and if you decide to go East, you can enjoy the architecture that the Ottoman Empire left behind. (10 min)
Gazi Husrev-beg Mosque – surely the most representative monument left behind by the Ottoman Empire in Sarajevo. This site takes us back to the 16th century. This is the biggest Mosque in Bosnia and Hercegovina. We will enter the yard and talk about its history, entering the Mosque is optional. (20 min)
Old Sarajevo Clock Tower – another famous landmark of Sarajevo. The Sarajevo clock tower shows lunar time, which makes it unique to the whole world. The Sarajevo clock tower dates back to the 17th century and is the tallest in the country. (5 min)
Morica han (a Caravan-Saraj) – this is a well-preserved hotel that was built during the Ottoman Empire. Today Morica Han has been turned into a small bazaar and has a unique ambiance worth visiting. (10 min)
Bascarsija (or Pigeon Square with Sebilj) – see an Ottoman-styled fountain in the middle of Bascarsija square. Surrounded by narrow streets, small shops and restaurants that serve traditional food (burek – meat pie, cevapi – type of kebab), this site will give you the feeling that the Ottoman empire never left Sarajevo. (15 min)
Sarajevo City Hall – a very special building from the end of the19th century. It is Sarajevo’s largest and most representative building of the Austro-Hungarian period and has also served as the National Library. This building houses cultural exhibitions and has a turbulent history. (10 min)
Latin bridge – this is the site of the assassination of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria by Gavrilo Princip in 1914, which became casus belli of World War I. (10 min) Eternal flame – a memorial to both the military and civilian victims of World War II in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. (10 min)
Sacred Heart Cathedral – the last monument to be seen ion the tour. It is the biggest Catholic Cathedral in Sarajevo and you will be able to enjoy it inside and out before returning back to our original starting point. (10 min)
Going back to where we started - Sarajevo meeting of Culture


While you have already learned a lot about the history of Montenegro thus far, it is now time for you to discover the truly unique Northern parts of the country. This part of our journey is designed for all nature and adventure lovers and for you to meet all the places that make Montenegro wild and wonderful. Beginning with a walk inside the heart of Durmitor National Park where you will marvel at the beauty of Black Lake, followed by a visit to the deepest canyon in Europe & Tara river bridge and greatest pilgrimage place on Balkans – Ostrog Monastery. An overall memorable travel experience you’re sure to enjoy. To end the day we will stop in Budva, Montenegrin “Queen of Tourism”. Budva is a magnificent combination of ancient and modern times and, while close to Kotor, offers something very different to the rest of Boka Bay.

DAY 5. The Best of North Monte

ITINERARY:

08:00 am – Start from Žabljak
08:15 am – Breakfast time
10:45 am – Drive to Ostrog monastery
12:45 pm – Arrival at Nikšic, Ostrog Monastery
13:30 pm – Drive to Budva
14:15 pm – Photo stop at Salt Lake
15:30 pm – Photo stop at Perast
16:30 pm – Arrival in Budva, walking tour
17:30 pm – Hotel check in
19:00 pm – Dinner

THINGS TO NOTE!

DURATION: up to 12 hours
INCLUDED: full day transport by mini-bus, professional tour guide in English, entrance fee to NP Durmitor, food and drinks
NOT INCLUDED: zip line on Tara Bridge
WHAT TO BRING: water, sunscreen, comfortable shoes
HIGHLIGHTS: View of Boka Bay above Risan, Slano Lake, traditional breakfast, Đurđevića Tara Bridge, Tara Canyon, Town of Žabljak, traditional lunch, Black Lake, Ostrog Monastery

Boka Bay may not have the long beaches that the Budva Riviera is famous for, but it is an incredible place to go swimming. Our specially designed cruise boat will help you enjoy all the incredible things Boka Bay has to offer to the fullest. Sit back and relax and enjoy a day of pure luxury on board while you absorb the unique landscapes of Boka Bay.

DAY 6. Boka Bay Cruise

ITINERARY:

08:00 am -Breakfast time
09:00 am  - Start from Budva
10:00 am - Arrival to Kotor, tour start
11:00 am - Swimming break near Bijela
11:40 am - Cruise around Mamula, exit to the open sea
12:00 pm - Arrival to Blue Cave, swimming break
01:30 pm – Arrival to Porto Montenegro, Lunch time
03:15 pm – Stop at the Submarine tunnels, swimming break
04:00 pm - Arrival at the island Our Lady of Rocks, visit to the church and museum
04:45 pm - Short walk and coffee break in Perast

05:45 pm - Ride back to Kotor

06:30 pm - Disembark in Kotor

06:45 pm - Transfer to Budva

08:00 pm – Dinner

THINGS TO NOTE!

DURATION: up to 8 hours
INCLUDED: transportation by boat, professional tour guide in English language, entrance fee to Our Lady of the Rocks museum, fruits, welcoming champagne and shots, food
NOT INCLUDED: other drinks and souvenirs
WHAT TO BRING: swimming costume, towel, sun cream, sunglasses, hat, appropriate clothing for the church HIGHLIGHTS: ride along the bay, Perast town promenade, swimming in the Blue Cave, going around island Mamula, tunnels of Yugoslavian army, Island Our Lady of the Rocks with church and museum, swimming in the middle of the bay, ride back with the view of Stoliv, Prčanj and Muo

This is your farewell to Montenegrin life. Relax and enjoy your time in Kotor before you catch your transfers out. We recommend taking a walk-up St. John’s Fortress if you haven’t yet had the chance where you can get yet another incredible view of the bay overlooking the Old Town of Kotor.

DAY 7. Kotor and transfer out

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