The best way to get to know the Balkans – Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Montenegro.

The itinerary can be customized – tell us what you like and we will adjust the tour for you.

Multi day tour covering Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro

On this tour we will try our best to show you the most beautiful destinations along the way. We want you to see, feel and taste something new. The following itinerary is just a suggestions. Contact us and let’s plan your perfect tour together.

fully PRIVATE tour
departure every day
flexible itinerary
choose your favorite attractions
historical and natural beauties
monumental cities
beautiful architecture
4 exquisite countries

Multi-day tour to Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Slovenia and Montenegro includes

  • Free Pick-up and drop off at your accommodation
  • Private Air conditioned transportation by car or minivan
  • Private English speaking licensed tour guide
  • Wi-Fi during the tour
  • Itinerary as stated
  • Easy cancellation
  • Every day departure
  • Duration – flexible


  • Accommodation
  • Meals
  • Local food tastings
  • Entrance fees for attractions of your choice
  • Local guides
  • Gratuities

Best of Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro Tour

This option is for the ones that have limited time.

Day 1  Zagreb – airport pick up & city tour

The first day is dedicated to Zagreb, the Croatian capital. After our driver picks you up at the airport you can get some rest and then do the walking tour of the city. Zagreb is known as a central European city with a Mediterranean soul. It means that you will see the architecture you can usually see in other European capitals, but the vibe that you can feel in the city is more typical for the cities on the coast. The coffee drinking culture on open terraces is really typical for Zagreb. You will visit all the most popular spots like the Main ban Jelačić square, Cathedral, Dolac Market, Stone gate, Sta Mark’s church, Zagreb funicular and Zrinjevac park.

Overnight Zagreb.

Day 2 Slovenia Tour – Bled, Postojna & Ljubljana

On the second day the plan is to spend the whole day in Slovenia, visiting the three most popular destinations: Postojna cave, Bled lake and Ljubljana, the Slovenian capital. Postojna cave is a natural gem, a cave system of 25 kilometres. The visit to the cave is fully organized with an official cave guide. Next destination is Bled Lake where you have many options to choose from: you can take the pletna boat to Bled island, you can taste the Bled cream cake or visit the Bled castle with the most beautiful view of the surroundings. We end the tour with Ljubljana, the Slovenian capital. You will take a walk through the city center and enjoy the city.

Overnight Zagreb.

Day 3 Istria Tour – 3 cities

The third day is dedicated to Istria. Many times people have referred to Istria as the Croatian Tuscany. In Istria the hilly green inland with medieval cities joins the blue coastline with Roman heritage and architecture. On this day you can choose the three cities you wish to visit, depending what is in the center of you interest. Usually we recommend Pula, because of the best preserved amphitheater in the world, Hum, the smallest city in the world and Rovinj, the gorgeous coastal city with colorful buildings and narrow streets.

Overnight Plitvice lakes.

Day 4 Plitvice – Bihać – Sarajevo

The forth day starts with sightseeing of Plitvice Lakes national park. Plitvice are listed as UNESCO heritage and the stunning 16 lakes in the park and the waterfalls connecting them will leave you speechless. After the park, you will continue to the city of Bihać – a very important city in the terms of it’s significance in the wars led in this area. After a short sightseeing of the city you will continue your route to Sarajevo, the Bosnian capital.

Overnight Sarajevo.

Day 5 Sarajevo – Mostar – Počitelj – Split

The day will start with a short walking tour of the Sarajevo city center. Sarajevo is often called the ”Jerusalem of Europe” because of it’s cultural and religious diversity. It is also the city with a long history and with the recent Balkan war which left a strong mark on the city itself.

After the tour and some time in the city, you will continue with a transfer to Split. It won’t be just a transfer because you will make a few stops along the way. You will stop in Mostar to see the famous bridge also listed as UNESCO heritage, the bridge that connects the East and the West. There are also two more destinations, Počitelj – the city of stunning architecture and Blagaj, with the spring of Buna river and the traditional tekke.

Overnight in Split.

Day 6 Split – Dubrovnik

Split is the biggest city in Dalmatia and a city with an overwhelming heritage. It was developed around a summer palace of the Roman emperor Diocletian. The king chose this spot as his summer residence and the palace, now listed as UNESCO heritage, is still a ”living part” of the city. You will take a walking tour and get to know the city and it’s history.

After spending some time in Split, you will continue the tour with a transfer to Dubrovnik.

In Dubrovnik we will organize a walking tour for you to get familiar with the city (if you are a GOT fan we can organize a specialized tour).

Overnight Dubrovnik.

Day 7 Montenegro Tour

On the 7th day you will take a day tour to Montenegro from Dubrovnik getting to know the cities like Perast, Kotor and Budva.

Day 8 Airport transfer

Airport transfer will be organized for you.

Best of Croatia, Slovenia, Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina Tour

Day 1  Zagreb – airport pick up & city tour

The tour starts with us greeting you on the Zagreb airport. A transfer is organized for you to your accommodation in the city center. When you decide, a city walking tour will be organized for you. You will get to know the capital of Croatia, the history of the city, but also the way of life you can experience in the city now. Places you will see: ban Jelačić square, Dolac Market, Cathedral, Tkalčićeva street, Stone gate, St Mark’s church and square, Zagreb funicular and Zrinjevac park.

Day 2 Slovenia Tour – Bled, Postojna & Ljubljana

In a day tour you will spend in Slovenia, you will explore the most popular Slovenian attractions. First you will take a walk in Ljubljana city center and hear about Slovenian and the capital’s history, then you will be off to Bled Lake. Bled lake was nominated as a wonder of the world so just imagine the beauty hidden between the Alps. The last destination of the day is Postojna cave.

Overnight Postojna.

Day 3 Postojna – Istria Tour

The day starts with an organized tour of Postojna cave. Postojna cave is the most visited cave in Europe and the only one that you enter with a train. The visit is fully organized with the licensed cave guide.

The tour continues by visiting Poreč city in Istria county, in Croatia. Poreč is famous by the Euphrasian basilica, a UNESCO site. The basilica complex is the Byzantine heritage in Croatia.

The tour continues to Rovinj city, often called the  pearl of the Adriatic.

Overnight in Rovinj.

Day 4 Istria – Plitvice lakes national park

We are still on the Istrian peninsula on the 4th day. You will visit Pula to see Arena, the best preserved amphitheater in the world and see a bit of the Roman architecture remains. On the way to Plitvice Lakes national park, which is our next destination, you will visit the city of Hum. Hum is, unofficially, the smallest city in the world with a lot of traditional food and beverages to taste. You can also visit Opatija, the first tourist destination in Croatia.

Overnight Plitvice.

Day 5 Plitvice – Zadar – Split

The day starts with sightseeing of Plitvice lakes National park. This park has 16 lakes which are connected with waterfalls. It is listed as UNESCO heritage and a wealth of the world. It is the biggest, the most visited and the oldest Croatian national park.

The tour continues towards Split but with a stop in the city of Zadar. Zadar is a city on the Croatian coast, with beautiful architecture and two unique things to see: Greeting to the Sun and Sea Organ.

Overnight Split.

Day 6 Split – Dubrovnik

Split is the second biggest city in Croatia and we are sure when we say that the people there love their city above all other things. It is a city built around the Roman emperor Diocletian’s palace which is in a way still functional because it’s the only palace in the world where people still live in it.

After sightseeing of Split the route continues to Dubrovnik.

Overnight Dubrovnik.

Day 7 Dubrovnik

With the significance of this city, the importance and the rich history we reserved a whole day for it. The day will start with a walking tour and in the afternoon you are free to explore the City on your own.

Overnight Dubrovnik.

Day 8 Montenegro Tour

Day tour from Dubrovnik into Montenegro. You will visit Kotor, Perast and Budva and learn all about the history of the cities and the country itself.

Overnight Dubrovnik.

Day 9 Dubrovnik – Mostar – Sarajevo

On this day we start the return towards Zagreb but we are doing it by getting to know Bosnia and Herzegovina. First is Mostar, the city where the East meets the West. It is famous by the bridge across the Neretva river which is listed as UNESCO heritage. Other than Mostar you will visit Počitelj and Blagaj too.

Overnight Sarajevo.

Day 10 Sarajevo – Travnik – Bihać

The second day in Bosnia and Herzegovina is reserved for Sarajevo, the capital and the small cities like Jajce, Travnik and Bihać. After the morning walking tour of Sarajevo city you will continue towards Bihać with interesting stops along the way.

Overnight Bihać.

Day 11 Airport transfer

Transfer from Bihać to Zagreb airport.

*Note – we can add 2 more days to visit Belgrade. Then the tour would go:

Day 10 Sarajevo – Višegrad – Belgrade

Day 11 Belgrade – Zagreb

Places you will visit on the Best of Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro tour

Croatia – Slovenia – Bosnia & Herzegovina – Montenegro Tour


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