Upon arrival at Sarajevo, enjoy a walking
tour of the city’s old town, past the
Emperor’s Mosque largest mosque in the
Balkans’, the Eternal Flame and the Sarajevo
Roses that are dotted across the city. Visit
Sarajevo Tunnel, which is also known as the
Tunnel of Hope. It was an underground
tunnel constructed during the Siege of
Sarajevo in the midst of the Bosnian War.
Travel to Mostar, a picturesque city
spanning a deep valley of the Neretva River.
Follow the tour guide and amble along the
magnificent Old Bridge for an extraordinary
panorama over the river. Bask in the lively
atmosphere of the Old Bazaar. After
breakfast, travel to Dubrovnik’ The Pearl of
the Adriatic. Starting from Pile gate, walk
along elegant Stadrun Street, soaking up its
highlights. Pass Onofrio Fountain see the
Franciscan monastery with its
Romanesque-Gothic architecture. Continue
walking down the limestone-clad Stradun,
one of the widest and straightest streets in
Old Town, until you reach the
Renaissance-era Sponza Palace, which is the home of the state archives. Other
highlights you’ll hit along the way include
the city’s Bell tower, Orlando’s Column,
the Church of St. Blaise, dedicated to the
patron saint of Dubrovnik. Spend the rest
of your day at your leisure exploring the
town or you can consider joining and
excursion to climb up the city walls.
Enjoy a free day of leisure for some shopping
or sightseeing at your pleasure in Dubrovnik.
You may wish to embark on an excursion to
the Montenegro Blue half day tour.
Surrounded by high mountains reflected in
the blue waters, a fjord-shaped Bay of Kotor
is one of the most spectacular landscapes
on the Mediterranean. Drive along the bay
past Risan and the picturesque Perast to
reach the UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Wander through the Croatian countryside
before reaching Split, a town on Croatia’s
Dalmatian Coast, which was founded by
the Emperor Diocletian in AD 305 to
construct his retirement palace. Have a ball
of a time touring this seaside city with a
guide, who will take you to the massive
Diocletian’s Palace. Explore all its nooks
and crannies, including the remains of the
original palace, and the Peristil Square.
Then continue on to Zadar, a city built in
the centre of the Croatian Adriatic and
steeped in three thousand years of tumultuous history. Embark on a guided
promenade of the city and visit the Western
Quay for an up-close look at the Sea Organ
and the Monument to the Sun, followed by
St. Donatus Church, the Roman Forum, St.
Anastasia’s Cathedral, St. Mary’s Church
and the Lion’s Gate.
A drive through the Croatian highlands
reveals the splendid alpine scenery as you
arrive in one of Europe’s most impressive
national parks – the Plitvice Lakes National
Park. Take pleasure in a guided tour of the
beautiful landscapes within the UNESCO
National Heritage park, adorned with sixteen
lakes that are interconnected by a series of
waterfalls and deep woodland populated by
deer, bears, wolves, boars and rare bird
species. Savour the riveting beauty of nature
from a different perspective on the waters
as you join an Electric Boat Ride. Then head
to the capital of Croatia, Zagreb.
Embark on a Zagreb walking tour of the
Upper and Lower Town – catch a glimpse of
top attractions like the King Tomislav Square,
the Stone Gate, St. Mark’s Square and the
Church of St.Mark, the Strossmayer
Promenade, Zagreb Cathedral, Ban Jelačić
Square and Dolac Market. Take a scenic drive
through the Slovenian country side to Lake
Bled. This Alpine lake with the only island in Slovenia has been a world-renowned
paradise for centuries. Visit Bled Castle and
enjoy lunch with the most beautiful view from
the castle towering over the lake on a cliff. Try
the famous bled cream cake before heading
back to Ljubljana. You may wish to join an
excursion to visit Bohinj, the largest glacial
lake in Slovenia. Journey to Ljubljana, the
capital city of Slovenia.
Embark on a guided tour with the Old
Town for some of the best-preserved
medieval houses, visit the open-air Central
Market, the baroque Town Hall, the
beautiful Robba’s Fountain, the grandiose
Triple Bridge and Dragon Bridge.
Journey to the town of Postojna, and
embark on a unique cave tour of the
renowned Postojna Cave – one of the
world’s largest karst monuments. Board the
unique cave Electric Train for an exciting
adventure through dark passages to the
Great Mountain, where you will disembark
and continue on foot across the Russian
Bridge into the caves comprised of the
Spaghetti Hall, the White Hall and the Red
Hall. Press on further to view the renowned
stalagmites in the Brilliant Passage and get a
look at the Vivarium Proteus, otherwise
known as the human fish. After lunch, make
a pit stop at the McArthurGlen Designer
Outlet for some last minute shopping before proceeding to Venice for the night.
After breakfast, transfer to the airport for
your flight home. Enjoy the rest of the day
at leisure till it is time to transfer to the
airport for your flight home. We
recommend a half day Venice tour to visit
some of the famous and important
buildings in this fabulous city.
These additional activities enrich your experiences;
however it is entirely optional and will be at your own
*Minimum group size may apply and
subject to schedule.*
• Montenegro Blue Half Day Tour: €70
• Dubrovnik City Walls & Hill Srdj Panorama Tour:
• Lake Bohinj & Vogel Cable Car: € 50
• Lake Bled Pletna Boat ride: € 20
• Venice Half Day Tour: €85
• The sequence of the itinerary, flight schedules and
hotels are subject to change without prior notice in
the event of unforeseen circumstances.
• Activities are subject to weather conditions.
• During major events and festivals, accommodation
may be re-located outside of the city or in another
city without prior notice.
Do note that the third bed for triple room may be a "roll-away" bed.
The below chart serves a guideline and may not be applicable to all destinations.
For maximum comfort, we highly recommend a family of four to stay in two rooms.
If extra bed are not available, passengers will be put into : 1 Standard Double / Twin Room + 1 Standard Single Room
11D8N balkans delight
11D8N Balkans Delight, 5-14 Oct 2018Great itinerary, good food & good tour mates. Tour leader Ann is friendly, caring and took good care of us throughout the trip. Ann, thanks for all the delicious snacks you bought for us during the trip + all the good recommendations you gave for shopping. And thanks to the Croatian driver too - he is a super experienced, patient & safe driver! Enjoyed the holiday very much :-)I also want to thank Jeremiah Tan who recommended this Balkans tour to me. He has been most helpful in assisting me on all my queries & my booking prior to the trip.
Tour 09EESJJS27/18QR. 11 D8NBALKAN DELIGHTThis trip by EU Travel has been most delightful.Our Tour Manager, Mr. Lubis was instrumental in making my first trip a memorable one. He was indeed very responsible, entertaining and resourceful. He ensured that the tour group members' needs were met. To the best of his abilities. The group members were co-operative, helpful and looked after one another. Compliments to not only Mr. Lubis,the Tour Manager but also to our Coach Driver. The latter drove excellently with superb skills. Our thanks to Mr. Lubis who had contributed much to make my first trip an enjoyable one. Cheers!
Helen Sherrmaine Tay
Balkan delights 11D departure 27 September 2018First time travelling with group tour led by Lubis from eu holidays. Enjoyed the lakes, caves and beautiful scenery. Trip was made more memorable because of our group manager, Lubis who took very good care of us from beginning to end. He is responsible, kind, caring and reliable. His warmth and friendliness helped us to mingle with one another in the group, thereby making us feel at ease and comfortable.
@Lubis is easily the best guide ever. We just returned from the Balkan Delight. It was the small details Lubis did that differentiated him from the rest: paying for everyone to use public toilets, ensuring the elderly are ok, making videos when the group mates did not know how to operate certain things in the hotel rooms. He was the saving grace when we had bad experience with a certain freelancer 2 years ago in Spain.
Prices shown are just guideline and are not guaranteed until purchase is completed.
Price shown are in SGD
Prices based on twin sharing, and does not include airport taxes and fuel surcharges, optional tours and gratitude for local guides, drivers and tour leaders, if applicable
All tours subject to group size for confirmation
Land arrangement excludes flight arrangements, optional tours and gratitude for local guides, drivers and tour leaders, if applicable
Tour fare does not include visa charges. Passengers have to ensure that they hold a valid visa to enter their destination country. Please refer to http://cibtvisas.sg for visa requirement and charges
Gain a deeper understandingof the tumultuous past of Croatia, Slovenia, and Bosniaand Herzegovina, and admire their wealth of ancient treasures which serve as atestament to their history under oppressive rule.