Let Saray Bosnia Travel Agency guides you to enjoy an amazing adventure through Bosnia & Herzegovina, Greece, Albania, North Macedonia, Montenegro and Croatia, Slovenia, and Austria. Explore and indulge in a 16-day tour through beautiful cities and their historical richness, tourist jewels, and pure and breathtaking nature.
Athens – arrival, panoramic tour, accommodation, Athens city tour
Welcoming at Nikola Tesla airport, panoramic tour, introducing the basic information about the country, city, weather, people, currency…Transfer to the hotel, check-in, arrangement of the timing, and schedule for the rest of the day.
After getting rest in the hotel. Start with the Athens city tour (Acropolis, Athens Olympic Stadium, Zeus Sculpture, and Syntagma Square will be visited). an orientation tour of Greece’s capital. The evening will be reserved for free time at your own arrangement we suggest you visit Lycabettus Hill.
Free time and overnight in Athens.
Athens, Kalampaka/Meteora, Thessaloniki
Breakfast at the Hotel. Proceed to Kalambaka for Half-day Kalambaka City Tour (Meteora Monastery & Theopetra Cave), lunch. The afternoon will be reserved for a transfer to Transfer to Thessaloniki.
Free time on own arrangement and overnight in Thessaloniki.
Breakfast at the Hotel. Today we proceed to the Macedonian capital – Skopje. As part of the Skopje city tour, we will visit the Square of Macedonia, Stone Bridge, a statue of Alexander, the Castle of Skoplje, Mustafa Pasha Mosque, Murat Pasha Mosque, Yahya Pasha Mosque…
Free time and overnight in Skopje.
Skopje, Matka Lake, Ohrid
After breakfast in the hotel, we depart for Ohrid.
On our way, we will visit the hidden nature jewel, the amazing Canyon Matka. After the boat cruise experience, we continue our trip to Ohrid.
After reaching Ohrid, we will visit the lakeside resort and Town of Ohrid, classified as a UNESCO World Heritage site. We will have a walking tour and meet the highlights of this tourist jewel.
As part of the tour, we will have an inspiring walk by the Ohrid Lake, and through the little narrow cobbled streets of Ohrid Hill, among the beautiful Byzantine churches, up to Samoil’s fortress.
Free time and overnight in Ohrid.
Ohrid, Tirana, Kruja, Shkoder
After breakfast at the Hotel we depart for the Albanian Capital – Tirane.
During the Tirana city tour, we will learn about the Alabian history, and explore the most popular city sites such as Iskender Bey Square, Ethem Bey Mosque, Opera Building, Ministries Buildings…
After lunch we are going to visit the city of Kruja, the center of Albanian resistance against the Ottomans under our national hero Scanderbeg who defeated them in 22 battles including one of the most warriors like sultans Mehmet the Conqueror and resisted the Ottoman occupation for 25 years. As part of the tour, we will visit the Old Ottoman-style bazaar of Kruja.
Our today adventure ends in Shkoder, where we will visit the largest lake in the Balkans, and the most important Shkodra sites such as Rozafa Castle, Mesi Bridge, Communist Jail, Shkoder Downtown, and Venice Art Mask Factory.
Free time and overnight in Shkoder.
Shkoder – Budva – Kotor – Dubrovnik
Breakfast at the hotel. On our way to Dubrovnik, we will make a comfortable stop at the picturesque and most famous city of the Montenegrian Riviera – Budva to explore the UNESCO World Heritage–listed Old Town of Budva.
Next, we will visit the “Balkans Monte Carlo” – The Porto Montenegro marina and the UNESCO World Heritage-listed town of Kotor, known for its well-preserved medieval walled town. The old port of Kotor is surrounded by fortifications built during the Venetian period and is a picturesque Mediterranean landscape.
After lunch, we continue our trip to a pearl of the Adriatic and one of the most prominent tourist destinations in the Mediterranean Sea – Dubrovnik. We will visit Dubrovnik Cable Car which will take us to enjoy the most beautiful panoramic views of the Adriatic Sea from the top of Srd Hill.
Free time and overnight in Dubrovnik.
Dubrovnik city tour, Trebinje Ottoman bridge, Vjetrenica cave, Stolac waterfalls, Radimlja necropolis, Mostar City
After breakfast in the hotel, we will have a walking tour through the Old Town, the most interesting and the most attractive part of Dubrovnik.
Our day continues visiting the largest and the most famous cave in Bosnia and Herzegovina – Vjetrenica cave.
Our next destination is Stolac, a town developed on the banks of the river Bregava, where we will enjoy lunch overlooking the amazing Provalije waterfalls.
On the way to Mostar, we will visit the necropolis Radimlja the best-known area in Herzegovina containing stecci (medieval tombstones).
Our day ends in the largest city in Herzegovina – Mostar, famous for the UNESCO-protected Old Bridge (Stari Most) that crosses the river Neretva and connects two parts of the city. You will enjoy magnificent architecture and a stunningly beautiful river and its surroundings. A large number of oriental Caffe bars will make you sit, enjoy and soak in the sounds, views, and impressions made by this marvelous town.
Free time and overnight in Mostar.
Mostar City tour, Kravica waterfall, Pocitelj Medieval Town, Blagaj Tekke&Buna river spring, Sarajevo
After breakfast, we will enjoy a walking City Tour of Mostar and visit the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Old Town, Koski Mehmet Pasa Mosque, Karađoz Bey Mosque, Old Bridge, Ottoman Hamam…
After the city tour, we are going to Kravice Waterfalls. In one word you will be amazed by untouched nature and amazing waterfalls.
The next stop is in Pocitelj– a beautiful Medieval stone Town located below the high cliffs above the Neretva river, dominated by the medieval defense fortresses.
After Pocitelj we are going to Blagaj and Buna river springs. Here you will enjoy the peace of Dervish House (Tekke) and the beautiful waters of river Buna. After lunch will enjoy a comfortable ride to Sarajevo.
Free time and overnight in Sarajevo.
The Sarajevo Tunnel of Hope museum, Sarajevo city tour, Sarajevo cable car, Olympic mountain Trebevic, Sunnyland entertainment park
After breakfast in the hotel, we will start our day with a visit to The Sarajevo Tunnel of Hope (Bosnian: Tunel spasa) museum. The tunnel was an underground tunnel constructed between March and June 1993 during the Siege of Sarajevo.
After the Tunnel, we are going to explore the Old Town and city center of Sarajevo. As part of the City tour, you will see the historical monuments of Sarajevo city. This walking tour will provide you with information about every aspect of living in Sarajevo nowadays and in the past. You will enjoy a delightful mixture of Ottoman, Austro-Hungarian, and modern heritage.
After the Old Town adventure, we are going to enjoy an unforgettable panoramic cable car ride to the Olympic Mountain Trebevic. During the 1984 Winter Olympic Games, Trebevic was the location of the competition in the bobsled sport discipline.
Today Trebevic is a favorite excursion place for the locals and tourists, where you can walk through the forest, take a bike, have exciting paintball fun in the Brus picnic area, or enjoy in the adrenaline park and have a crazy ride on an alpine coaster in Sunnyland entertainment park.
If you are looking just for a chill we suggest you enjoy the natural ambient and fresh air sitting in one of the many mountain cafes surrounded by the amazing forest.
Free time and overnight in Sarajevo.
Travnik City (Blue water, colorful mosque, Fortress), Royal City Jajce, Una National Park, Bihac
After breakfast in the hotel, we are going to Travnik town a residence of early Ottoman rulers whose influence on the city’s culture and heritage is still evident today.
Our adventure continues visiting Jajce city, the home of the last Bosnian Kings. Aside from its rich history, Jajce is also famous for its impressive real natural monument a 22-meter height Pliva Waterfall which is one of the twelve most beautiful waterfalls in the world.
Our next stop will be at Una National Park where we will visit the amazing complex of the Una river waterfalls – Strbacki Buk. Once you see this beauty, you will forever remember and keep precious unforgettable memories.
Free time and overnight in Bihac.
Bihac, Plitvice Lakes National Park, Zagreb
After breakfast, we are going to visit the largest national park in Croatia. In 1979, Plitvice Lakes National Park was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Register.
After the park adventure, we will proceed to Zagreb, where we will enjoy a walking tour through the Croatian Capital. During the walking tour, we will discover the main attractions of Zagreb such as Ban Jelacic Square, Ilica Street, Zagreb Cathedral, Dolac open-air market, Tkalciceva Street, Kamenita Vrata, St. Mark’s Church, Lotrscak Tower, and more…
Free time and overnight in Zagreb.
Ljubljana city tour, Bled (SLO)
After breakfast in the hotel, we depart to wonderful Slovenia.
After we reach the Slovenian Capital Ljubljana we will have a walking guided tour around the historical city center, and explore all of its major attractions. During this tour, we will visit Ljubljana Castle and treat ourselves to beautiful views of the city from the castle’s ramparts. Also, we will visit the Town Hall, the river Ljubljanica, with its interesting bridges and picturesque old city center embankments (one of Ljubljana’s most notable landmarks) and at the end one of Ljubljana’s restaurants, where you will have an opportunity to taste traditional Slovenian dishes as part of a brief tasting session.
After the city tour, we will depart for the Slovenian nature jewel, a fabulous Alpine lake with the only island in Slovenia – The Bled Lake. The Lake has been a world-renowned paradise for centuries, impressing visitors with its natural beauty, wealth of legend, and special powers to restore well-being. Look out at the lake from a castle on a cliff and visit the island on a traditional “pletna” boat. We will be able to enjoy the cable car ride and the fascinating alpine coaster ride on the Straza ski slope.
Free time, and overnight at Bled.
Bohinj Lake, Mount Vogel (Triglav peak viewpoint), Salzburg
After breakfast in the hotel, we start our adventure by visiting the largest natural lake in Slovenia – Lake Bohinj.
Lake Bohinj is located in a glacial valley and it comprises almost 100 million cubic meters of water. The steeply descending lake basin is relatively smoothly shaped and has no shallow areas. In summer, the temperature of the water rises to 22 °C; in winter, the lake freezes sometimes. The water level rises 2 – 3 meters after heavy rainfall.
Lake Bohinj is perfect for water activities all year round – from swimming, boat riding, windsurfing, kayaking or canoeing, fishing, and diving in warmer months, to (sometimes) even ice skating in winter. Aside from the water activities, this area offers us amazing Panoramic ascent by cable car and spectacular views.
We will enjoy the unforgettable cable car ride up to Mount Vogel at 1,535 m and admire spectacular views of the Triglav mountain peaks.
Our day ends in the beautiful Austrian city – Salzburg.
It’s a small city with a big heritage, famous for Mozart and the Sound of Music. Its rich German and Austrian-Hungarian cultural influences permeate the town, from the classically Baroque architecture to the winding streets, the dominating fortress, and the quick-flowing Salzach River.
We will visit the UNESCO-listed Historic Centre of the City, also known as the Altstadt, and discover the main sights of this Austrian jewel, such as the famous Hohensalzburg Castle, known as Festung Hohensalzburg, the Mirabell Palace and Gardens, and Mozart’s birthplace.
Walking through the Old Town, which is on the left bank of the river, introduces visitors to the fascinating architecture of Salzburg.
Check-in, free time, and overnight in Salzburg.
Mondsee Lake, Vienna
After breakfast in the hotel, we are going to visit one of the most visited and famous lakeside villages in Austria – the fantastic Mondsee.
This charming lakeside village and a popular place for both native Austrians and tourists to visit. For those looking to truly experience the town and take in its delightful appeal, one of the best things to do in Mondsee is simply to relax!
Situated about 30 minutes outside the city of Salzburg, the town of Mondsee makes for a great weekend lake escape for Austrians looking to spend a relaxing day on the water. However, Mondsee is also a favorite place in Austria for many tourists. It is a popular stop on The Sound of Music tour, and fans of the musical classic definitely will want to add Mondsee to their Austrian itinerary. But even if you don’t consider yourself a lifelong fan of the 1965 film, Mondsee offers an inviting, small-town atmosphere with picturesque views of the Austrian Alps.
After Mondsee, we will proceed to our next destination the Austrian imperial historic capital Vienna. Wedged between Eastern and Western Europe, the cosmopolitan capital of Austria is a paradise for lovers of art and history. The seat of the imperial Habsburg dynasty, Vienna is full of imperial palaces and other monumental buildings, often surrounded by glorious parks. The ghosts of Freud, Mozart, and Maria Theresa still roam the maze of narrow streets and remind you of the city’s glorious past.
After the check-in and short rest, the evening will be reserved for the guided Vienna walking tour. This tour is a great way to familiarize yourself with Austria’s capital and the largest city and learn about the great history and modern-day Vienna at the same time. The tour covers famous Viennese attractions, and the most influential historical sites and delves into stories of past wars, triumphs, and tragedies.
Free time and overnight in Vienna.
Schönbrunn Castle and ZOO, Prater amusement park, Kahlenberg
After breakfast, we will start our day with a visit to the magnificent Schönbrunn Castle.
Schönbrunn Castle is one of Austria’s most important cultural assets, and since the 1960s has been one of Vienna’s major tourist attractions, drawing millions of visitors each year.
At the 20th session of the World Heritage Committee held in December 1996, Schönbrunn Castle was put on the list of UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Sites, an institution founded in 1972. Inclusion in this list confirms the importance of the palace and its gardens as a unique Baroque ensemble.
After the Castle tour, we will visit the oldest ZOO in Europe, The Schönbrunn ZOO.
Our next stop will be at Kahlenberg Mountain from where we will enjoy the best view of Vienna.
We end our tour by visiting the Viener Prater, a large amusement public park in Vienna’s 2nd district (Leopoldstadt). At the Park, you will be able to enjoy many attractions and Vienna’s landmarks like the Viennese giant wheel – the giant wheel built in 1897.; The Liliputbahn – a gauge light railway, a true jewel of the Prater; Vienna Rollercoaster; The Praterturm – the highest flying swing in the world (117 meters high) and more traditional and modern attractions.
After spending a lovely time at Prater Park, the rest of the day will be reserved for exploring the City and shopping. Free time and overnight in Vienna.
Breakfast in the hotel. Free time for shopping or walking through the Town.
Departure to the airport.
Here your 16-day tour concludes and unfortunately, it is time to say goodbyes… We hope you have enjoyed your tour with our agency!
- Private transportation by modern air-conditioned vehicle, with all fees included (fuel, tolls, parking…) – including airport transfers.
- Services of an experienced, English-speaking driver/escort (during daily tours – max 9 hours per day)
- Professional Guide Service on selected locations – heritage sights
- Hotel accommodation: 15 nights (bed & breakfast basis), including any obligatory service charges and taxes as levied by the hotel.
- Welcoming refreshment
- Visa fees.
- Travel insurance.
- International airfares and airport taxes.
- Excursions, activities, and sightseeing trips that are not shown as included.
- Attraction and museums entrance fees.
- Charges for extra meals not mentioned above.
- Charges made by the hotels for the use of a higher category of room, certain facilities, extra meals, drinks, laundry, and personal items including any tax or service charge levied for them.
- Tips that are on a voluntary basis.
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- All prices are expressed per PAX (based on 2 people traveling together and sharing a double/twin room).
- For a group of 3 up to 4 adult travelers, we grant up to a 10% discount
- For a group of 5 up to 8 travelers we grant up to 15% discount
- For a group of 9 up to 19 travelers, we grant up to 25% discount
- For a group of 20+ travelers, we will calculate special group rates
CHD sharing the room with parents:
3* and 4* HOTELS: 0-7 years FOC; 7+ years 25,00€ in EXB per night
5* HOTELS: 0-5 years FOC; 5-11 years 30,00€ in EXB per night; 11+ years 35,00€ in EXB per night
Maximum number of EXB per room: 1 (single or sofa bed)
CHD in an extra room: full ADL amount; INF – FOC (sharing a bed with parents or in an INF bed)
Half board additional payment per day: 20€ per person in 4*, 25€ in 5* Hotels.
Full board additional payment per day: 35€ per person in 4*, 45€ in 5* Hotels.