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Route through Croatia, Slovenia and Bosnia

An unforgettable trip through the most emblematic parts of Croatia, Slovenia and Bosnia

The "Route through Croatia, Slovenia and Bosnia" introduces the traveller to a fascinating cultural, culinary and natural universe dotted with beautiful beaches, elegant cities and charming villages brimming with tradition. The rich historical, cultural and religious heritage is complemented by welcoming towns that will immediately make you feel at home. Enjoy this spectacular self-drive tour that will leisurely take you through the beautiful countries that once formed part of Yugoslavia. We'll start off in Croatia, a country with an almost magnetic attraction for visitors. Its incredible history, dating back to the times of Roman emperors and soldiers, the magnificent Adriatic coast, sublime natural parks such as Plitvice, and a whole host of attractions make the country a must-visit. Our itinerary boasts a long list of World Heritage Sites and fascinating cities such as Dubrovnik, Zagreb, Zadar, Trogir and Split (with its ancient Diocletian's Palace). In Slovenia, we'll discover the romantic capital of Ljubljana, which boasts one of the most beautiful historic quarters in all of Europe; the medieval Predjama Castle and the incredible Postojna Caves, the largest and most visited karst stalactite haven in Europe. And in Bosnia, we'll stroll through the streets of Mostar, the eternal symbol of the coexistence of different peoples, cultures and religions, and also explore the spiritual refuge of Medjugorje. The "Tour through Croatia, Slovenia and Bosnia" is a true culinary and sensorial journey through the delicious cuisine and excellent wines or spirits found across these three European countries. Embark upon an unforgettable journey capable of winning over any traveller!

Route through Croatia, Slovenia and Bosnia

Departure date

Departures from April 2024 till March 2025




Travel details

  • Travel details

  • Day 1 City of origin - Dubrovnik (Croatia)

  • Day 2 Dubrovnik (Croatia) - Počitelj - Mostar (Bosnia-Herzegovina)

  • Day 3 Mostar - Medjugorje (Bosnia-Herzegovina) - Plitvice National Park (Croatia)

  • Day 4 Plitvice National Park - Zagreb (Croatia)

  • Day 5 Zagreb (Croatia) - Ljubljana (Slovenia)

  • Day 6 Ljubljana (Postojna Caves and Predjama Castle / Bled - Bohinj) (Slovenia)

  • Day 7 Ljubljana (Slovenia) - Zadar (Croatia)

  • Day 8 Zadar - Trogir - Split (Croatia)

  • Day 9 Split - Dubrovnik (Croatia)

  • Day 10 Dubrovnik (Croatia)

  • Day 11 Dubrovnik - City of origin

Your trip includes

  • Return flight.

  • Stay in selected hotel in Dubrovnik.

  • Selected meal plan in Dubrovnik.

  • Stay in selected hotel in Mostar.

  • Selected meal plan in Mostar.

  • Stay in selected hotel in Plitvice.

  • Selected meal plan in Plitvice.

  • Stay in selected hotel in Zagreb.

  • Selected meal plan in Zagreb.

  • Stay in selected hotel in Ljubljana.

  • Selected meal plan in Ljubljana.

  • Stay in selected hotel in Zadar.

  • Selected meal plan in Zadar.

  • Stay in selected hotel in Split.

  • Selected meal plan in Split.

  • Rent-a-car.

  • Insolvency protection.

Your trip doesn't include

  • Accommodation taxes in Croatia direct payment in facility.

  • Accommodation taxes in Ljubljana direct payment in facility.

  • Accommodation taxes in Slovenia direct payment in facility.

  • Possible toll charges.

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Important remarks

- Driving through Croatia: Motorways in Croatia have tolls, which you have to pay for each individual stretch of road. For more information, you can contact the Croatian Embassy based in your country.

- Triple rooms in Europe are generally rooms with twin beds or a double, in which a folding bed is installed to accommodate the third person. Due to the inconvenience this causes, we advise against using this option as far the possible.

- Bosnia And Herzegovina is a Muslim country and the month of Ramadan is of major significance to its residents. During Ramadan, entertainment and alcohol will be restricted in most of the country. The sale of alcohol will be restricted in many places, although some establishments will offer alcohol for sale to tourists. During this period, local businesses may also have shorter opening hours.

- Driving through Slovenia: To drive on Slovenian motorways, you must display a so-called vignette (vinjeta, in Slovenian). Remember that in rental cars the vignette is not included. You can buy them at all petrol stations in Slovenia or in neighbouring countries, as well as at branches of national and international automobile clubs, at Slovenian post offices and at some kiosks. You should place the sticker in one corner of the windscreen. If you're entering Slovenia from a bordering country, always make sure you have the vignette in place before using Slovenian motorways. If you drive on the motorway without a valid vignette, you can be fined up to 800 euros. The price for vehicles up to 3,500 kg is 15 euros (weekly vignette) and 30 euros (monthly vignette), according to 2017 rates. For more information, you can contact the Slovenian Embassy based in your country.

- The proposed excursions and tours for each day are purely suggestions, as you can tailor the trip to suit your times, tastes and needs.

- A credit card is considered a guarantee, so sometimes you will need one for check-in at hotels.

- Hotels usually have cots available. Otherwise, babies will have to share a bed with an adult.

- To pick up your rental car, you'll need a credit (not debit) card in the name of the person who made the booking, who must also be the named driver of the vehicle.

- Please make sure you have a valid passport for this tour as we'll be crossing several international borders.

- You must give notice that you are going to cross the border while collecting the vehicle. Authorisation may be required to drive through certain countries or areas/states (as is the case in the US and Canada). Depending on the conditions set out in the rental contract and the company hired, you might be charged a surcharge payable at the destination office.