Daily Departures

Experience includes :

  • 8 nights hotel accommodation 
  • Visit the city of Venice, one of Italy’s most important cities and a supremely romantic destination 
  • Spend a morning in Ljubijana, the capital of Slovenia for nearly 200 years, characterized by its beautiful Baroque architecture 
  • Travel to Split, the second largest city in Croatia, with its beautiful beaches alongside Roman ruins 
  • See Dubrovnik, one of the world’s most magnificent walled cities offering stunning panoramic views of the Adriatic Sea and surrounding islands
  • Daily buffet breakfast at your hotel
  • Entrance fees and transfers as outlined in the itinerary
  • Private car sightseeing with English-speaking guide 

ACCOMODATIONS

CITY NIGHTS HOTELS
Venice 2 Palace Bonvecchiati
Ljubljana 2 Hotel Grand Union
Split 2 Hotel Vestibul Palace
Dubrovnik 2 Hotel Imperial Dubrovnik
DAY 1
Arrival in Venice

Upon arrival, meet and transfer to hotel. 

DAY 2
The Splendor of Venice

Walking tour of Venice, including Doge’s Palace, St. Mark’s Basilica and St. Mark’s Square. The afternoon is yours. (B) 

DAY 3
Venice | Ljubljana | Slovenia

Four-hour walking tour of Trieste, including Piazza dell’Unita’ d’Italia, Palazzo del Comune, the San Giusto Hill and Cattedrale di San Giusto. After tour, continue to Ljubljana. (B) 

DAY 4
Ljubljana

Tour Ljubljana, including the Triple Bridges area, the Plecnik Open Market, Prešern Square, Ljubljana Castle and Congress Square. The afternoon is yours. (B) 

DAY 5
Ljubljana | Split

Transfer to Split with a stop at the beautiful Plitvice Lakes National Park, made up of shimmering turquoise lakes and cascading waterfalls that are linked by emerald forests and meadows of wild flowers. (B) 

DAY 6
Split

Morning tour of Split, beginning with Diocletian’s Palace, built in 295 BC. See Peristil Square, wander charming streets and stroll along the Riva, a chic coastal promenade lined with palm trees. The afternoon is yours. (B) 

DAY 7
Split | Dubrovnik

Walking tour of Mostar, famed for its ‘Stari Most’ (old bridge) which spans the Neretva river which flows some 21 meters below. Visit Old Bazaar Kujundziluk where many artisans sell their traditionally hand-crafted goods, the Cejvan Cehaj Mosque, built in 1552, and the Koski Mehmed Pasa Mosque, where it is possible to climb to the minaret for a spectacular view of the town. Continue to Dubrovnik. (B) 

DAY 8
Dubrovnik

Half-day tour of Dubrovnik, proclaimed a city museum by UNESCO. Stroll along the main city promenade called Stradun, visit the 14th-century Franciscan Monastery, the Church of St. Blaise and the Sponza Palace. Continue to the Rector’s Palace and the Dominican Church and Monastery, constructed during the 14th century. The afternoon is yours. (B) 

DAY 9
Depart Dubrovnik

Transfer to airport for your return flight. (B) 

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