Often when people want to visit Europe, they go to France, Italy, England, Germany, and etc., countries which are popular to visit to. Such countries are also great for when travelers are new to Europe or go to their routine travel locations. Individuals who opt to travel and discover more venture to other lesser known countries. The beauty and vacation offers in these countries however are not in any way inferior to another. Here we have made a 10 days itinerary visit to Montenegro, Croatia and Slovenia. Check this itinerary out!

 

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MONTENEGRO

Day One – Arrival at Podgorica

Fly from your home country and arrive at Podgorica, Montenegro’s capital. During the day go and explore Skadar Lake National Park, home of the expansive freshwater lake, medieval monastery and native wildlife in its forest. 

Day Two – Old Town Kotor Day Trip

Take your breakfast at the hotel and spend the day exploring Kotor’s beauty. Head to Perast, one of Kotor’s towns, and marvel its beautiful beach, palaces and churches.  Ride a boat to Our Lady of Rocks. After that go to Herceg Novi and explore the old town.

Day Three – Durmitor National Park Trip

Explore Durmitor National Park, a beautiful UNESCO Heritage site of lakes, gorges, forests and glacier mounts. Bobotov Kuk is its highest peak and Crno Jezero is its famous black lake. The park offers hiking, swimming, and even kayaking. After the tour, transfer to Dubrovnik and stay the night there.

Photo by Shant Dem

CROATIA

Day Four – Dubrovnik City Day Tour

Eat breakfast at the hotel and leisurely explore the city of Dubrovnik. Known for its distinctive old town, and massive stone walls, Dubrovnik is imposing such that scenes from the famous Game of Thrones were filmed there. Palaces, well-preserved buildings of medieval origins, shops and restaurants await your visit.

Day Five – Trip to Mostar of Bosnia and Herzegovina

For this day, explore Mostar, a small picturesque town by the Neretva River of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The old bridge since medieval times, the old Bazar, and mosques are open for visitors.  The last stop would be to the beautiful Kravice waterfalls near the Croatian border.

Photo by Shawskie19

Day Six – Day Trip to Trogir

Trogir is a preserved old town in the central Adriatic Croatia coast. It has a mix of baroque renaissance and Romanesque architecture buildings. The trip includes visit to Palaces Fonfognia-Garagnin, Cipiko and Rectors’. Loggia square, city gates, monastery, St. Lawrence, and St. Dominic’s churches are also part of the trip.

Day Seven – Krka National Park visit

Explore Krka, a National Park where swimming is allowed! It is famously known for its 7 series of waterfalls. Your trip will include Sibenik, Primosten and Skradin sightseeing, a boat ride from Skradisnki Buk and Plastovo’s wine tasting.

SLOVENIA

Day Eight – Arrival at Ljubljana, Ljubljana Day trip

Fly from Croatia and arrive at Ljubljana. Ljubljana is Slovenia’s largest city and one of Europe’s greenest capital. The walking trip includes Preseren Square, the town hall, Plecnik’s Market, Robba Fountain, Dragon Bridge, National Library and the Congress hall. Stay the night at the heart of the city.

Photos by Eugene Kuznetsov

Day Nine – Trip to Lake Bled and Bled Area

Photos by Teunard Droog

Visit Lake Bled’s Postojna Cave, a prominent karst castle. Head to Predjama Castle afterwards which is listed as a World Guiness record for the largest castle and learn about the ‘Slovenian Robin Hood’, the legend of Knight Erasmus. It was built partially of a cave.

Photos by Star7

Day Ten – Departure

Eat breakfast at the hotel and take the transfer to the Airport. Fly back home with beautiful memories!

This three country itinerary is customizable according to your liking if you have other plans. 

Contact us if you are interested! Let us know in the comments if you’ve been into these destinations and tell us your experience! 

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