5 Days Budva to Belgrade TourBudva – Kotor – Dubrovnik – Split – Mostar – Sarajevo – Belgrade
Day1 Saturday Budva-Kotor-Dubrovnik (Croatia) Meeting in Budva and we drive along the southern coast of Croatia to Dubrovnik.Along the way we stop at Kotor, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site.Amongst the sights to see are the well-preserved Old Town and its city walls, along which you can walk, and the Cathedral of Saint Tryphon.We continue to Dubrovnik a city famed for its well-preserved stone walls and is often referred to as the 'Pearl of the Adriatic'. On arrival, head out on a guided walk along the city walls, enjoying views of the Adriatic Sea. You'll also visit Big Onofrio's Fountain, built in the 15th century to supply water to the city, the 13th century Franciscan monastery and the Sponza and Rector's Palaces. At the end of your journey, perhaps you'd prefer to simply unwind on a beach. Overnight Dubrovnik 3 star Hotel Day2 Sunday Dubrovnik-Split After breakfast, we will drive along the Adriatic coast line towards to Split. In the afternoon we will have walking tour of the city visiting, Diocletian Palace, a Roman imperial palace and UNESCO World Heritage site. We will walk the southern part of palace, the Bronze Gates, through the Vestibul of the Emperor's Palace,The Mausoleum,St. Dujam's Cathedral,Cathedral Treasury, Temple of Jupiter,St.Martin's Church and conclude the tour at the fruit square and visit the Venetian castle, Milesi Palace and the Monument of Marko Marulic. Overnight Split 4 star Hotel(B) Day3 Monday Split-Mostar-Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina) Today depart for Sarajevo via Mostar, a town situated in a beautiful valley in the high mountains of Herzegovina.The city was the most heavily bombed settlement in Bosnia during the war, but it has since been rebuilt and now features on UNESCO's World Heritage list. On the way, we visit the famous Stari Most Bridge, built by the Ottomans in 1566. It was the great architect Mimar Hajrudin who succeeded with the impossible mission to cross the Neretva River with a single span stone bridge. Afterwards, we drive to Sarajevo, which is Bosnia and Herzegovina's small but vibrant capital. Twenty years after the end of a devastating war, Sarajevo is slowly asserting itself as one of Europe's most beautiful and interesting cities. In the evening, perhaps enjoy a simple but delicious meal in Bascarsija, Sarajevo's old bazaar and you must try the local specialty of ‘bosanski cevapi’.Overnight Sarajevo 4 star Hotel(B) Day4 Tuesday/Sarajevo-Belgrade(Serbia) This morning, after breakfast, we depart for Serbia's capital, Belgrade, which is famous for its grand Orthodox churches and museums. In the evening, head down to Skadarska Street in the bohemian quarter of Skadarlija to sample some authentic local food and enjoy the lively atmosphere, in a place where Orthodox churches vie for space next to fashionable nightclubs. Overnight Belgrade 4 star Hotel (B) Day 5 Wednesday / Belgrade After breakfast, our tour concludes.