Croatia and BosniaHerzegovina First Look 2019
About City of Zagreb, Croatia
- Dubrovnik Sightseeing tour with Local Specialist includes a visit of the Old City. See the Rector's Palace, Onofrio's Fountain and the Franciscan and Dominican monasteries
- Mostar See the historic bridge and visit the Bazaar with a Local Specialist
- Plitvice National Park See the waterfalls and lakes of this UNESCO World Heritage Site with your Local Specialist
- Sarajevo Sightseeing with a Local Specialist includes the Old Town
- Split See the Diocletian's Palace with your Local Specialist
- Zagreb Sightseeing tour with your Local Specialist includes views of the Cathedral, the Archbishop's Palace, St Mark's Church, and the Opera House
You will visit the following 2 places:
Croatia is an Eastern European country with a long coastline on the Adriatic Sea. Ranking the 18th most popular tourist destination in the world, Croatia is blessed with a wealth of natural riches, boasting almost 2000km of rocky, indented shore and more than a thousand islands, many blanketed in luxuriant vegetation. Even during the heavily visited months of July and August there are still enough off-the-beaten-track islands, quiet coves and stone-built fishing villages to make you feel as if you’re visiting Europe at its most unspoiled.
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosnia and Herzegovina, sometimes called Bosnia-Herzegovina or Bosnia & Herzegovina, abbreviated BiH or B&H, and, in short, often known informally as Bosnia, is a country in Southeastern Europe located on the Balkan Peninsula. The country encompasses mountainous terrain, medieval villages and Muslim and Christian landmarks. Today, the country maintains high literacy, life expectancy and education levels and is one of the most frequently visited countries in the region. Bosnia and Herzegovina is regionally and internationally renowned for its natural beauty and cultural heritage inherited from six historical civilizations, its cuisine, winter sports, its eclectic and unique music, architecture and its festivals, some of which are the largest and most prominent of their kind in Southeastern Europe.