5 nights/6 days
1nd day: Dubrovnik-Budva
Arrival in Dubrovnik in the morning. Guided tour of Dubrovnik, a jewel of architecture considered by UNESCO as a “World Heritage Site” and an important cultural and administrative center. Dubrovnik has a very long tourist tradition and is ready to satisfy even the most demanding visitors. It is also called the city of museums and festivals, the city of taverns and restaurants. Monumental walls that have become the symbol of the city surround the old city. Lunch in restaurant. In the afternoon, proceed to Budva – Montenegro. Accommodation at the hotel. Overnight stay.
2rd day: Kotor-Njegusi-Cetinje-PN Lovcen
After breakfast full day Montenegro tour. We visit Kotor – city under the protection of UNESCO, magnet for artists, architects and lovers of one of the best-preserved medieval urban centers of this part of the Mediterranean. City of Cetinje – situated on the Lovćen plateau, surrounded by karst hills which represent the natural wall difficult to reach. The streets, palaces and monuments bear witness to a glorious past of the ancient Montenegrin capital. Lunch along the way. Return to the hotel. Dinner and overnight stay.
3th day: Lake Skadar
After breakfast boat excursion on Lake Skadar. Lake Skadar is the largest lake on the Balkan Peninsula. The lake area changes according to the seasons, from about 600 square kilometers during the rainy season, to the approximately 370 square kilometers in the summer.
In the lake, which is a national park, live around 842 species of algae, 50 species of fish and 270 species of birds, some of which are very rare, such as the curly pelican, the pygmy cormorant and the leaded tern. Lunch in a restaurant. In the afternoon, return to Budva. Dinner and overnight stay.
4th day: Podgorica
After breakfast departure to Podgorica – capital of Montenegro. Podgorica is today a modern European city, the center of the main administrative activities of the country, but also an important node of national and international trade. The city is located at six rivers, and north of Lake Skadar. Lunch in a restaurant. In the late afternoon, return to the hotel. Dinner and overnight stay.
5th day: Niksic-Ostrog Monastery
After breakfast excursion to Niksic city, the second largest city of Montenegro and Ostrog Monastery. On the almost vertical slopes above the quiet valley of the Zeta River, with its light and foggy, almost unreal appearance, the Ostrog monastery is presented. The Monastery impresses the traveler for the position perched in the steep rock. It was built in the second half of the seventeenth century. It is the most important place of pilgrimage in Montenegro and a meeting point for the three religious, Orthodox, Catholic and Islamic confessions. Lunch in a restaurant. In the late afternoon, return to the hotel. Dinner and overnight stay.
6th day: Split
After breakfast departure to Split. Lunch in a restaurant on arrival. Guided tour of the main city of Dalmatia. Split stands on a peninsula between the Gulf of Castles and the Split Channel. Today, the palace is a historical and cultural monument under the protection of UNESCO. Boarding and departure to home.