Arrival to Sarajevo, capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina and City tour Sarajevo is one of the most oriental and culturally diverse cities in Europe, and had spent over 300 years under Turkish rule until the Austro-Hungarians arrived in the late nineteenth century
1. Day: Munich
Welcome to Munich! Your private airport transfer will wait for you at Munich airport. In the evening meet your fellow travellers. We’ll take you to a traditional German beer hall to get a taste of German culture. Prost!
2. Day: Munich – Ljubljana
Heading for the Slovenian capital, we stop at Salzburg, Mozart’s home-town. We also stop at Lake Bled for a photo stop. On arrival in Ljubljana, we’ll have a walking tour of this little gem of a city. After dinner, explore a little more and take advantage of the fact that pretty much everything is just a stroll away!
3. Day: Ljubljana – Northern Croatia
We’re off to Croatia, visiting the world-famous Plitvice Lakes National Park. Stroll along the boardwalks and marvel at the incredible natural scenery of Croatia’s largest national park. Once we’ve got an eyeful we take you to your hotel in Northern Croatia either in the Lika region or Paklenica National Park.
4. Day: Northern Croatia – Dubrovnik
Heading south we make our way to the walled city of Dubrovnik, stopping on the way in Split for a comfort stop. Once we reach Dubrovnik a local tour guide awaits to take you on a walking guided tour of the old town.
5. Day: Dubrovnik-(free day)
Take the time to explore the city further with most of the main attractions located within the city walls in the ‘old town’. For those who want to explore further, you can choose our optional excursion to Montenegro!
6. Day: Dubrovnik – Sarajevo
We continue on to Sarajevo, stopping on the way in the enchanting Balkan town of Mostar. Sarajevo, is the capital city of Bosnia and Herzegovina and has returned from the brink of destruction in the 90s, and is now famed for its East-meets-West atmosphere. Learn all about the city’s troubled past in a walking tour of this fascinating city.
7. Day: Sarajevo – Belgrade
Saying goodbye to Sarajevo, we make our way to the Serbian capital of Belgrade and an orientation tour of the fascinating city, which radiates gritty exuberance in its many architectural contrasts with socialist blocks amongst more grandiose buildings.
8. Day: Belgrade – Budapest
Stopping off in Novi Sad, we travel onward to Budapest. Get a good overview on our Budapest driving tour upon arrival. Take note of spots to revisit tomorrow on your free day.
9. Day: Budapest (free day)
With traces of the past evident in the interesting and unusual details, this is your chance to get up close and personal with Budapest.
10. Day: Budapest – Vienna
Drive along the Danube Bend, a narrow twisting valley in the pretty Carpathian Basin. View the Cathedral, Castle Hill and St. Tamas Hill in Esztergom before you follow the river to Vienna.
11. Day: Vienna – Prague
First, we will be visiting Mauthausen concentration camp, where we’ll learn about a darker chapter in Europe’s history. We’ll also take a comfort stop in Český Krumlov. On arrival in Prague, we’ll take a walking tour of this incredible city, famous for its art, architecture, cobbled lanes and ancient chapels and also home to some of Europe’s finest beer.
12. Day: Prague (free day)
Today take the time to explore, perhaps revisiting some of the sights you saw on your walking tour.
13. Day: Prague – Munich
On our way back to Munich, we take a comfort stop in Nuremberg, Bavaria’s second-largest city. Your last night of the tour sees you back in Munich for you to enjoy as you see fit.
14. Day: Free day in Munich
If you are after bargains head to Ingolstadt Village Outlet mall with more than 110 brand stores with savings of up to 60% off the regular prices. Alternatively you can also take one of our optional tours.
15. Day: Departure
After breakfast get ready for your private transfer to Munich airport for your flight back home.
Breakfast. Private transfer to the airport.