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DISCOVER CROATIA 2019

DISCOVER CROATIA 2019

Discovering similarities Traveling to Austria and countries of the Balkan Peninsula such as Slovenia, Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina, is a unique experience, and interesting in terms of the cultural characteristics of the Balkans. Traveling friend, fully enjoy the cities of these countries and discover the differences and similarities between Balkan cities and those that do not. And, remember the words of the Persian philosopher Moslih Eddin Saadi: "A traveler without observation skills is like a bird without wings."
Themes: Romantic Family Gastronomy History City

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08/06/2019 20/06/2019

DISCOVER CROATIA 2019

Discover Croatia 2019
Departure time
07:00
End time
07:00
Included
  • Trunks in hotels
  • Exclusive Spanish speaking guide
  • 12 nights accommodation with breakfast buffet
  • 1 dinner at the hotel in Dubrovnik
  • welcome dinner
Excluded


Hotels

Hotels planned, or similar, corresponding to each city:


  • Vienna: Intercontinental * * * * (*)
  • Ljubljana: Lev * * * * (*)
  • Opatija: Amadria Park Hotel Royal * * * * (*) and Amadria Grand Hotel * * * * (*)
  • Split: Atrium * * * * *
  • Dubrovnik: Rixos Libertas * * * * *
  • Sarajevo: Europe * * * * *
  • Zagreb: Sheraton * * * * (*)


Available only in the indicated stars.

Itinerary:

DAY 1 SUNDAY VIENNA

Arrival at the Vienna airport, transfer to the hotel and accommodation. Welcome drink and talk about the itinerary.


DAY 2 MONDAY VIENNA

Breakfast and panoramic tour of the city along the «Ringstrasse» with its sumptuous monuments such as the Opera, the Museums of Fine Arts and Natural Sciences, the Maria Theresa monument, the Parliament, the Town Hall, the National Theater, the Imperial Palace «Hofburg » We also visit the Belvedere Gardens, summer palace of Prince Eugene of Savoy with a magnificent view of the city immortalized by Canaletto in his canvases of Vienna. We walk through the old town of Vienna passing through the Anker Clock, the Jewish Quarter, the Freyung Square with its palaces and the Heroes' Square where the Imperial Palace stands out. The tour ends with a visit to the Cathedral of San Esteban. Return to the hotel. Free afternoon and accommodation. . Welcome dinner at the famous Marchfelderhof restaurant with drinks included.


DAY 3 TUESDAY VIENNA - LJUBLJANA

Departure in the morning by coach to Ljubljana, capital of Slovenia. Then visit at the foot of the old town where stands the City Hall, the Robba Fountain, the Three Bridges, the University and the Parliament. Accommodation.


DAY 4 WEDNESDAY LJUBLJANA - OPATIJA

Breakfast and continuation of the journey to Postojna, famous for its stalactite caves. The visit will be made by tourist train miner through the caves known as Ballroom and Paradise. The most outstanding thing is the vaulted cave called the Concert Hall. We continue towards the city of Opatija, located on the Istrian peninsula. Since the late nineteenth century, Opatija was the health center par excellence of the Austro Hungarian Empire until the First World War, and there are still many luxurious mansions that recall the past splendor. We recommend strolling along the Paseo Maritimo or the parks of Opatija that shelter trees and centenary plants. Accommodation at the hotel in Opatija.


DAY 5 THURSDAY OPATIJA - ZADAR - SPLIT

Breakfast and departure to Zadar and then panoramic visit of the city that was the administrative center of Byzantine Dalmatia and achieved fame throughout Europe in the eighteenth century. We will visit the ruins of the Forum Romanum and the Church of San Donato from the 9th century. Continue to Split, the main city of the Dalmatia region. accommodation in Split.


DAY 6 FRIDAY SPLIT

Breakfast and visit to the historic center of the city. Split is the main city of Dalmatia, with 190000 inhabitants and located on a peninsula of the Adriatic Sea. Split grew up in the framework of the colossal Diocletian Palace, center of the current population. The old "Piazza de Duomo" was the hall of the palace, the Cathedral of San Doimo, the temple of Jupiter, the Baptistery, the beautiful bell tower and the temple of Eusculapius. Free afternoon and accommodation.


DAY 7 SATURDAY SPLIT - DUBROVNIK

After breakfast we go to Dubrovnik by the rugged Dalmatian coast, where a charming landscape opens with thousands of islands on the shores of the Adriatic Sea Arrival and visit of the ancient city, also declared a UNESCO world heritage site. Points of particular interest are the Franciscan Church of the 14th century, the Rector's Palace, the Cathedral and the Dominican Monastery. A Renaissance masterpiece that served as a defense for citizens is the Minceta tower, the largest in the Dubrovnik wall and the best preserved in Europe. Dinner and overnight at the hotel in Dubrovnik.


DAY 8 SUNDAY DUBROVNIK

Breakfast and free day. Accommodation.


DAY 9 MONDAY DUBROVNIK

Breakfast and free day. Optionally (not included) you can make an excursion to Montenegro, visiting the most beautiful cities and towns in the country, such as Perast, Kotor and Budva. Accommodation in Dubrovnik.


DAY 10 MARTES DUBROVNIK - MEDJUGORJE - MOSTAR - SARAJEVO

Breakfast and departure to Bosnia-Herzegovina with a stop in Medjugorje, place of pilgrimage for the most recent apparitions of the Virgin Mary. Continue to Mostar, former capital of Bosnia-Herzegovina and emblematic city in the Bosnian War 1992-1995 for the destruction of the Old Bridge reconstructed in 2004. The city has been for centuries a great melting pot in which different cultures and religions merge. it manifests itself in a peaceful coexistence. The old town is the most visited part of the city with its medieval streets that have small craft shops, typical of the region. Continuation to Sarajevo, capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The city is the religious seat of the Supreme Mufti of the Muslims, of the Metropolitan Bishop, of the Serbian Orthodox Church and archiepiscopal seat of the Catholic Church. He also gained international fame for the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria (1914) which ended up being the trigger for the outbreak of the First World War. Accommodation in Sarajevo.


DAY 11 WEDNESDAY SARAJEVO

Breakfast and visit to the city that fascinates for its multinationality that goes hand in hand with a plethoric cultural diversification of many centuries that is evident in one of the greatest architectural attractions, the famous 17th century Husfreg Beg Mosque with its magnificent stalactite ornamentation under the dome We also visit the picturesque bazaar "Bas Carsija" from the 15th century, located in the historical core of the city, the Austro-Hungarian district and the Olympic stadium. Free afternoon for shopping. Accommodation.


DAY 12 THURSDAY SARAJEVO - ZAGREB

Breakfast and departure to Zagreb, capital of Croatia. Arrival and walk through the old town where the Government Palace, the Cathedral of San Esteban and the church of San Marcos stand out. Accommodation in Zagreb.


DAY 13 FRIDAY ZAGREB

Breakfast and transfer to the airport.


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Summary

DISCOVER CROATIA 2019
DISCOVER CROATIA 2019