Zagreb, Plitvice, Split, Sarajevo, Belgrade
7 nights / 8 days
January – December
from 1420€

Tour highlights


Zagreb is the capital city of Croatia, with Baroque ambience of the old city, open green areas, charming markets, rich historical and cultural heritage that has roots in Central European urban culture, enriched by Mediterranean and Balkan traditions.


The unity and the harmony of the 16 lakes and their natural and cultural values is famous worldwide, earning this remarkable national park a coveted place on UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites.


Split is the second largest city in Croatia and capital of Dalmatia, world known for its 1700 years old Diocletian’s palace, the best-preserved monument of late antiquity in the whole world. Diocletian Palace and the entire historical core of Split have been on the World Heritage UNESCO list ever since 1979.


The capital of a country shaped by 500 years of foreign domination, a city that combines a diversity of East and West. Place where you can visit a Catholic church, Orthodox church, synagogue and mosque in a day. This is the place where you can feel what does it mean – the most eastern point of the West and the most western point of the East.


Serbia is a country known for its great people and their exquisite hospitality. People of Serbia always welcome guests with open arms, hugs and kisses. Their hospitality and high spirits are their main characteristics. Belgrade, the capital, is well known for the diversity of the architecture you can see in the city, beautiful town fortress overlooking the Danube and Sava river, and for some most important reason – it is famous for its exciting nightlife.

Day 1: Arrival to Zagreb

Welcome to Zagreb!  Upon arrival at Zagreb Airport, transfer to hotel. Overnight.


Day 2:  ZAGREB

After breakfast, private walking city tour of Zagreb.

The tour starts by introducing you to history of Zagreb. Then, the walk goes to Kaptol and its landmark – Zagreb Cathedral, which story goes all the way from 11th century. We will pass the Dolac market, to come to Radićeva Street that leads us all the way to Stone Gates. This is the entrance to old city of Gradec, today „the upper town “, where you will hear all about city legends, witches and lovers that represent this part of the town. We will walk to St. Marko church, the landmark of the old city, and finish our tour by passing the very famous Museum of Broken Relationships and Tower of Lotrščak all the way back to Ban Jelačić square.

After the sightseeing, you will have a free time to enjoy the city on your own. Overnight.


Day 3: National Park PLITVICE LAKES – SPLIT

After breakfast transfer to Plitvice Lakes National Park. At the park entrance, there will be a local guide waiting for you for park sightseeing: The unity and the harmony of the 16 lakes and their natural and cultural values is famous worldwide, earning this remarkable national park a coveted place on UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites. Arriving at Plitvice, you’ll walk through these ancient woodlands led by our experienced guide. The path takes you across the Upper Lakes and then it’s time for a magical boat ride within the sound of the waterfalls to the Lower Lakes. Wherever you are in Plitvice it’s easy to see why its travertine marble formations are such an extraordinary natural phenomenon. The barriers, sills and other forms created in these lakes, karst rivers and streams is still an ongoing process that shapes the wonderful landscapes that make your walk through the park so enjoyable. It’s these same travertine formations that have and are still creating the numerous magnificent waterfalls here. Over time, the water changes its course, leaving some barriers dry and as it deposits new layers elsewhere. This constant evolution makes the Plitvice Lakes never look the same. The best way to actually see this happening is when you are standing in front of the Great fall, 78 m high. The roaring thunder of the water as it hits the ground is unforgettable! Your journey ends with a panoramic train ride (please consider 3-4 hours walk through the National park!) After some free time for lunch, transfer to Split. Hotel Check inn and overnight.


Day 4:  – SPLIT – optional 5 ISLANDS HOPPING TOUR

After breakfast, free day in the city. We recommend a full day excursion to 5 islands in Split aquatory by speedboat.

The tour is really popular, because in 10-12 hours’ excursion you will see the most beautiful islands:


Blue cave, Biševo island

The first destination is the Blue Cave and a boat ride to there from Split lasts about 1 hour and 30 minutes. When you reach island Biševo, firstly you will have some free time for coffee and breakfast (we recommend to bring your breakfast from Split because Biševo is a small port). After some free time, which depends on the period of the tourist season, you will change boats and you will go in the cave with small boats because the entrance is only 1.5 meters high. The entrance fee for the ticket is included in the tour price.


Komiža, Vis island

After visiting Biševo we are going to explore the town across it, Komiža on the island Vis. It was (and still is, but a bit more modern) an authentic fishermans’ village. You will have the freedom to roam around the old town area and taste some typical Dalmatian snacks on the way. This small town is really unique because it was under Italian control for many years in the close past, and as a result people here talk with a dialect that is a mixture of Italian and Croatian.


Stiniva bay, Vis island

From Komiža we will go to southern side of Vis island, and we will visit Stiniva beach. Find out why Stiniva bay is pronounced as one of the best beaches in Europe. You need to know that it is forbidden to go inside with the boat because the bay is under environmental protection. Since it is pronounced for the best European beach it is very crowded so at high season it is not a great swimming spot. You will have time for taking photos, our tour guide will tell you interesting facts about this bay and we will continue to swim in much quieter place just 5 min from Stiniva.


Blue lagoon, island Budikovac

Just around the corner of Vis, island Budikovac is situated. The Budikovac beach is better known as the Blue Lagoon, thanks to the crystal-clear sea. The sea bottom is covered partly with sea grass and partly with sand and shells, which makes it perfect for sunlight to reflect the many shades of blue. Also, it is not very deep, which makes it perfect for swimming and snorkeling.


Hvar town, island of Hvar

Our last jewel in this trip is island of Hvar, on which we are visiting town of Hvar. The sunniest town in entire Croatia, with about 2700 sun hours a year, is also the biggest town on the island and a popular destination for various types of tourists. It connects the best of the past and present. There you can spend time walking around the old town area, having some ice cream, just to soak the rich historical heritage that finds its roots in ancient Greece and Rome.

Return to Split – Estimated time of arrival is at 18.00

Return to your hotel. Overnight



After breakfast, meet your local guide for a Split city center walking tour – the tour will last for 2 hours: the historical center and the well preserved remains of Diocletian’s Palace (UNESCO World Heritage List since 1979), built between the late 3rd and early 4th centuries A.D. The cathedral was built in the Middle Ages, reusing materials from the ancient mausoleum. 12th and 13th century Romanesque churches, medieval fortifications, 15th – century Gothic palaces and other palaces in Renaissance and Baroque style make up the rest of the protected area. Free time for lunch.

Transfer to Sarajevo. Check in to hotel, overnight.



After breakfast, meet your local guide for a city center walking tour – you will see the most important sights of Bosnia’s capital, from monuments attesting to wartime conflict to buildings constructed in a curious medley of architectural styles.

Evening transfer to Belgrade. Check in to hotel.



After breakfast, meet your local guide for a city center walking tour – The Republic Square, the National theater and the National museum, Bohemian Quarter (Skadarlija), the oldest part of Belgrade with Ottoman heritage, the oldest residential house and museum of Serbian language, the only mosque in the city, Zoo, Kalemegdan park, Belgrade fortress, „Victor “the most famous symbol of Belgrade, the confluence of the Sava and the Danube rivers, Saborna church and Knez Mihailova street.

Free afternoon. Overnight



After breakfast, depending on your flight details, transfer to airport


*contact us with exact dates and any new ideas for this tour, and we will create a personal quote for your request



  • Arrival and departure transfer from Zagreb Airport to Zagreb hotel and from Belgrade hotel to Belgrade airport
  • transfers between the cities as per chosen program category
  • Accommodation in Zagreb, Split, Sarajevo and Belgrade based on room and bed&breakfast basis as per chosen hotel category (2 x nights – Zagreb, Split and Belgrade, 1 x night in Sarajevo)
  • Zagreb, Split, Sarajevo & Belgrade private walking city tours
  • Entrance fees to Plitvice Lakes National Park;
  • Flights – each passenger is responsible to book their own flight tickets, and let us know about the flight timetables in order to organize arrival/departure transfer
  • Insurance – we consider adequate travel insurance to be essential. We cannot accept responsibility for any cost for you or any of your travel companions that may incur as a result of failing to take out insurance cover.
  • Visa costs – if required for entry
  • City tax – this is obligatory payment that you need to pay in hotels when checking out. City tax varies from city to city and the amount is from 1,4 € – 2 € per person per night.
  • Additional meals, unless stated under price includes
  • Additional entrance tickets, unless stated under price includes
  • Tips for guides and drivers – it is desired; it is not mandatory. If you are satisfied with the service, organization and effort of our guides and drivers, it is nice to reward them (recommendation of the average tip 2-5 eur per person; the tip depends on your assessment and satisfaction and can be higher, and you determine it yourself if you want to leave it)
Program categories
  • Private arrival and departure transfer
  • Transfers between cities with private standard type car or van transfer.
  • All excursions on share basis
  • Private arrival and departure transfer
  • Standard type car / Vivaro type 7+1 van with driver/guide throughout the program
  • Mini bus with driver and guide throughout the program
  • All private excursions


Hotel Categories as per program category
ZAGREB International 4* Canopy by Hilton 4* Westin 5*
Garden 4* Academia 4* Sheraton 5*
Livris 4* Dubrovnik 4* Amadria Capital 4*
SPLIT Pax 3* Art 4* Luxe 4*
Bellevue 3* Globo 4*

Cornaro 4*

Amphora 4*

Atrium 5*

SARAJEVO Grand hotel 3* Courtyard by Marriot 4* Hotel Europe 5*
Hotel Novotel 4* Swisshotel 5*


All hotel star category is per local category. Tourist and standard hotels may not follow the European standards in room furnishing.

All hotel calculated are on bed and breakfast basis. Breakfast served in hotels are mainly hot or cold buffet with vegetarian food options.

Optional tours – price per person
5 ISLANDS HOPPING TOUR         – only possible as shared excursion  – min 8 pax applied for private excursion

–                not available in Winter (LOW) season

125 €
Cancellation terms and conditions:

• More than 35 days prior to arrival – bank transactional fees/credit card fees if you paid for deposit and we are refunding the deposit (max. 100 €)
• 35 – 21 days before arrival – 25% of package price
• 21 – 14 days before arrival – 50% of package price
• 14 – 7 days before arrival – 75% of package price
• Less than 7 days and non-show – 100% of package price

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