A tour from the heart of Europe – Vienna to Dubrovnik, the pearl of the Adriatic.

Customize your tour taking you from Vienna to Dubrovnik. 

Multi day tour from Vienna to Dubrovnik

We offer you several itineraries from Vienna to Dubrovnik. Vienna, a cultural capital of Europe, the best city to live in and in the end a paradise on the Danube river. Dubrovnik, a Mediterranean pearl about which G. B. Shaw, enchanted by this beautiful city, said “those who seek paradise on Earth should come to Dubrovnik”.

fully PRIVATE tour
departure every day
flexible itinerary
choose your favorite attractions
Vienna & Graz – Austria
Slovenia – Ljubljana, Postojna cave & Bled Lake
National parks: Plitvice lakes & Krka river
Cities: Zadar, Šibenik, Trogir, Split
Montenegro day Tour
Dubrovnik – the pearl of the Adriatic


The multiday tour from Vienna to Dubrovnik covers the capitals of the countries, beautiful national parks, natural phenomena and cultural and historical heritage. In each country you will get to see the best it has to offer.


Day 1  Vienna – airport pick up

The tour starts when our driver picks you up at Vienna airport. The driver will safely take you to your accommodation.

Overnight Vienna.

Day 2 Vienna city tour

The second day of this tour is reserved for the Austrian capital. See the most famous sights of Vienna’s inner city and hear about Vienna’s past and present in a nutshell. Come and join me on a time journey encompassing over 2000 years: From the splendid 19th century Ring Boulevard to magnificent imperial buildings mirroring Vienna’s important status in Central Europe’s past, encounter medieval Vienna and see remains from Roman times.

Overnight Vienna.

Day 3 Vienna – Graz – Ljubljana

Private transfer and day tour are reserved for you going from Vienna to Ljubljana. You will stop along the way in Graz.

Graz is Austria’s second-largest city and was named European Capital of Culture in 2003 and City of Design in 2009. It is one of the best-preserved historical cities in Europe, and is full of impressive institutions and exciting cultural attractions.  It is often referred to as ‘Vienna’s little sister’. Graz is not only a cultural hotspot, it is also a foodie’s paradise. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Old Town of Graz is striking for its well-preserved medieval and Italian renaissance buildings.

You will continue to Ljubljana.

Overnight Ljubljana.

Day 4 Ljubljana – Bled – Postojna

We will start this day with a short walk in Ljubljana. Ljubljana is a vibrant little city which center you can visit on foot. On your walking tour you will hear bits and pieces of Slovenian and Ljubljana’s history while enjoying the everyday buzz in the heart of this capital.

The tour continues to Bled Lake, a natural oasis hidden between the Slovenian Alps. You can choose your activities there; maybe you will like to visit the Bled island, maybe the Bled castle will be your choice. It will be up to you.

Next stop is Postojna cave. This natural gem will take your breath away. The power of nature in this cave is just stunning. Millions of years took to form the shapes inside the cave  and it’s so hard to describe the beauty of it.

Overnight in Postojna.

Day 5 Postojna – Istria

The fifth day is reserved for Istrian peninsula. It’s a place where the green hills meet the blue Adriatic. Experience the medieval cities on hilltops and Roman heritage on the coastline.

You will start the tour by heading to Motovun, the gorgeous medieval city in the heart of Istria. Motovun is the best preserved fortress in Istria. It’s name came from Celtic Montona which means a city in the mountains.

Rovinj, the colorful pearl of the Adriatic, is next. The narrow streets and colorful facades makes you want to explore the city and find each and every hidden street. Next is Pula because we don’t want you to miss the grandiose Arena, the best preserved Roman amphitheater in the world.

The tour will end with an overnight in Opatija. Opatija is the famous Croatian city, one of the first tourist destinations in Croatia.

Overnight Opatija.

Day 6 Opatija – Plitvice lakes national park

Although you will be spending most of this tour in beautiful natural surroundings, I would say this will by far be on top of your favorite places. Plitvice Lakes National park is the oldest and the biggest Croatian national park. But it’s not just that. The park is a real paradise. Beautiful lakes and cascades, lake water that changes colors from turquoise to dark green, many animal and plants – simply a paradise.

The tour will end in Zadar.

Overnight Zadar.

Day 7 Zadar – Krka river national park – Šibenik

A wise man once said that nowhere in the world can a person witness a more beautiful sunset than in Zadar. The words were spoken fifty years ago by the famous movie director Alfred Hitchcock. And they are still true. Zadar is where the modern meets the ancient. The breathtaking sunset you can see from the Sea Organ and the Greeting to the Sun – modern unique installations that have become two of the most popular attractions. They stand for urban, lively, hip, Zadar of the 21st century, but Zadar has proudly stood there for a few millennia, to which many a historical monument can testify.

You will start the day with a walking tour of the city of Zadar and then you will continue to Krka river national park. A walk next to the river by the beautiful cascades will again show you how gorgeous nature is in Croatia.

Overnight Šibenik.

Day 8 Šibenik – Trogir – Split

Getting to know the 3 beautiful cities will be the mission for the day. All three cities have a long history and all three have a UNESCO heritage listed sights. The Cathedral of St James in Šibenik, historic city of Trogir is a remarkable example of urban continuity. The orthogonal street plan of this island settlement dates back to the Hellenistic period and it was embellished by successive rulers with many fine public and domestic buildings and fortifications. Its beautiful Romanesque churches are complemented by the outstanding Renaissance and Baroque buildings from the Venetian period, and in the end Split and the Diocletian’s palace.

No need to worry, you won’t miss a thing.

Overnight Split.

Day 9 – island hopping tour

Split has a perfect location for a boat tour of some of the Croatian islands. Day 9 will be spent at sea while exploring the Croatian islands.

Day 10 – Split – Ston– Dubrovnik

The tour continues with a transfer to Dubrovnik with sightseeing’s along the way. Ston with the longest defensive walls in Europe and the city of oysters and Pelješac peninsula with great wines are perfect stops on the way to famous Dubrovnik.

Overnight Dubrovnik.

Day 11 – Montenegro & Dubrovnik

Staying in Croatia gives you a perfect chance to visit many neighboring countries. One of them is Montenegro. We have planned a day tour for visiting Montenegro and it’s beautiful coastal towns.

Overnight Dubrovnik.


  • Fully PRIVATE tour
  • Private A/C transfer
  • Private licensed tour guide
  • Guide’s accommodation (1 night)
  • Wi-fi during the tour
  • Itinerary as stated


  • Gratuities
  • Meals
  • Accommodations
  • Local food tastings
  • Entrance fees
  • Local guides


This option is a bit different from the first one because it includes a drive through Bosnia & Herzegovina. This way you can experience something slightly different – a world where East meets West.


Day 1  Vienna – airport pick up (overnight Vienna)

Day 2 Vienna city tour (overnight Vienna)

Day 3 Vienna – Graz – Ljubljana (overnight Ljubljana)

Day 4 Ljubljana – Bled lake – Postojna cave (overnight Zagreb)

Day 5 Zagreb – day tour to Istria (overnight Plitvice Lakes national park)

Day 6 Plitvice Lakes national park – Bihać – Sarajevo (overnight Sarajevo)

Day 7 Sarajevo – Mostar – Split (overnight Split)

Day 8 Split – Dubrovnik (overnight Dubrovnik)

Day 9 Montenegro Tour (overnight Dubrovnik)

Day 10 Dubrovnik


  • Fully PRIVATE tour
  • Private A/C transfer
  • Private licensed tour guide
  • Guide’s accommodation
  • Wi-fi during the tour
  • itinerary as stated


  • Gratuities
  • Meals
  • Accommodations
  • Local food tastings
  • Entrance fees
  • Local guides

Vienna to Dubrovnik places




Bled Lake

Postojna cave

Istria region

Zagreb city













Vienna – Dubrovnik Tour route


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