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Details for Balkan Tour:
Duration 10 Days / 9 Nights
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Globtour Montenegro will be pleased to take You on the mini Balkan tour. We have chosen interesting places in four countries of the Balkan peninsula, in order to bring there history, culture and natural beauties closer to You.

Arrival at the airport Dubrovnik – Herceg Novi

Transfer to the town of Herceg Novi. We are going to visit the Old town Herceg Novi, which is situated opposite the entrance of the Boka Bay. This is the town of towers, stairs, festivals, the town of mimosa and many other flowers.

After guided tour, departure to Your hotel. Check-in, dinner and overnight stay at a 4-star hotel in Herceg Novi.

Herceg Novi – Ston – Dubrovnik – Herceg Novi

After brakfast we drive to Stone, a village situated on the Peljesac peninsuala, in the Dubrovnik-Neretva county. We will visit this little charming village, see the Stone walls that stretch for over 5 km, the old salt-pan, and the famous oyster and mussel farms. Boat tour to the oyster farm and oysters tasting on bord inclusive, as well as glass of wine.

Seafood lunch included.

Afterwards we return to Dubrovnik, well known as "the Pearl of the Adriatic coast". The tour of the Old town, accompanied by the local traveler’s guide, includes a visit to a Franciscan friary with an old pharmacy from the 14th century, walk by Dubrovnik Cathedral’s treasury and other cultural sights of the town, due to which it has been designated by UNESCO as a special protection area.

After sightseeing, there is plenty of free time to walk the numerous streets and squares of the Old Town, while having coffee on the town’s main square in front of the Church of St Blasius is a special experience. Walk on the city walls all around the town might be also interesting for You.

Return to Herceg Novi. Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.

Bosnia and Herzegovina
Herceg Novi -  Trebinje - Mostar – Herceg Novi

After breakfast we set off to Mostar. Situated on the Neretva River, in neighbouring Bosnia and Herzegovina, this town is famous for its Old Bridge, which survived a turbulent history. Mostar is part of UNESCO’s World Cultural Heritage and one of the best examples of the centuries-old fusion of Western and Eastern cultures. Local guide will lead us on the walk through the old part of the town and explane us its history. A visit to a Turkish home will introduce you to the customs and lifestyle of Muslims in Mostar.

After guided tour, we make a lunch at one of the local national restaurants, after which there will be leisure time available for individual exploration of the town.

On the way back to Herceg Novi, visit of Trebinje is forseen. After reaching Trebinje our visit starts with the most famous tourist site, Crkvina monastery, raised on the top of the hill Crkvina, overviewing the town in the valley. This monastery comprises the Temple of the Godmother, a true replica of Gračanica monastery (Kosovo and Metohija), icon gallery, rectory, amphitheater, church bookshop, museum, fountain and summer garden.

After visit of the monastery we drive into the town. Refresh Yourself in a café on the poets’ square lined with 115-years-old plane trees, or visit catholic cathedral and fountains with monuments.

Return to Herceg Novi in the late afternoon. Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.

Herceg Novi – Boka Bay – Kotor  – Budva

After breakfast we check-out from the hotel and start a boat tour in the Boka Bay.

Boka bay, one of 25 most beautiful bays in the world and often called Europe`s southernmost fjord, which was set under the protection of UNESCO, is undeniably most impressive when approached from the sea. It will remind You of the Norwegian Fjords. Surrounden by the mountains, Boka bay used to be a great shelter of many rulers since ancient times, who contributed the establishing  of settlements by building their palaces, summer residences, churches, harbours and shipyards. One of the most impressive places in the bay is Baroque town Perast (UNESCO World Heritige Site) with its two pearls: islands Saint Georg and Lady of the Rocks. Visit of the artificial island Lady of the Rocks with its church and treasury is forseen. Afterward we will moor in front of Perast. You can take a walk through the nobel palaces and churches or simply enjoy the coffee in this charming, little town.

We sail further into the deepest part of the bay, the Bay of Kotor. We visit the Old town of Kotor, a medieval town surrounded by impressive walls, which has been placed under UNESCO protection for its numerous cultural and historic monuments. Lunch in a restaurant in Kotor with specialties of Mediterranean cuisine.

After lunch and guided tour through the Old town Kotor, we continue towards Budva by coach. Check-in , dinner and overnight stay in a 4-star hotel on Becici beach.

Becici – Cetinje – Njegusi – Becici

This is a colourful round tour through the urban and rural areas of Montenegro. Montenegro is a land of abundant natural and cultural contrasts, turbulent history and traditional cuisine. Our tour guide will introduce you the Old Royal capital of Montenegro – Cetinje, raw mountains of Lovcen, sleepy Njegusi village and breathtaking Boka Bay from another perspective. By the visit of King Nikola’s palace in Cetinje our tour guide will introduce you the life of the Royal Family Petrovic. In Njegusi village, on the mountains of Lovcen, You will have a chance to taste traditional specialties: Njegusi smoked ham and cheese, local wine, beer, or even mead. Afterwards we continue along the the curvy road on the steep slopes of Lovcen The highlight of this tour is an amazing view to the Boka Bay from 900 m above the sea level. When famous British writer and poet, Lord Gordon Byron, visited this area, he said: “The most beautiful contact between the earth and sea took place at the Montenegrin littoral”.  

Arrival in Becici in the afternoon. Before dinner You will also have time to relax on the beach or take a walk to the Old town Budva, one of the oldest towns on the Adriatic coast. Explore its narrow streets, little squares, churches, as well as surrounding beaches.

Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel on Becici beach.

Becici – Shkodёr – Krujё – Durres

Departure for Albania after breakfast. The route follows the coastline, past the most beautiful places of the Montenegrin Riviera - Sveti Stefan, Petrovac, and Bar. The border crossing of Sukobin is the meeting place with Albanian guide, who will, together with our tour guide, remain at the guests’ disposal throughout their stay in Albania.

Arrival in Skadar. Tour of the fortress of Rozafa and an arceological museum, a walk through the old part of Shkodёr in the company of the local guide. After a coffee stop, departure for Krujё, the residence of the national hero, Skanderbeg, who is depicted in folk songs and fiction as a romantic fighter for freedom from the Ottoman Empire. Inspired by his character, Antonio Vivaldi composed an opera called Scanderbeg. Lunch at the national restaurant „Panorama“, a walk through the old marketplace, a visit to the Skenderbeg Museum.

Departure for Durres, Albania's largest tourist centre. Check-in, dinner and overnight stay at a 4-star hotel, located on the main beach.

Durres – Tirana – Durres

After breakfast, departure for Tirana, capital of Albania. A sightseeing tour of the city – tour of the Historical Museum, the Skenderbeg Monument, the Ethem Beya Mosque, the catholic church of St Petra, the largest in Tirana, the Palace of Culture, with theatre, opera and ballet, and other important parts of the city. After lunch, a cable car ride to Mount Dajti, National park in Tirana’s immediate vicinity.

Return to Durres. Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.

Durres – Ulcinj – Bar

Departure for Montenegro after breakfast. Visit of the Old town Ulcinj, the most southern town on the Montenegrin coast, where the Orient meets the Occident. Coffee break on the Small beach of Ulcinj. Afterwards departure to Bar and visit of the Old Bar, which once had about 3.500 inhabitants, nowadays a town of ghosts and reach archeological site. We will also show you one of three oldest olive trees in the world, which was planted in the vicinity of the Old Bar more than 2.000 years ago.

Check-in, dinner and overnight stay at a 4-star hotel in Bar.

Bar - Skadar Lake - Bar

Excursion to the Skadar Lake National Park, the biggest lake on the Balkan peninsula. Departure from hotel after breakfast. Arrival in the small fishing village of Virpazar and a boat tour of the Lake. A one-hour boat ride will reveal You diverse flora and fauna, as well as historical monuments on the lake. Afterwards arrival at a private beach called Pjesacac, lunch at a national restaurant on the beach - lake fish specialties, salad, olives, chees. Free time for bathing and enjoying the peacefulness of the Skadar lake.

Return to Bar. Leisure time. Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.

Departure to the airport.

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