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Tour Itinerary

Countries Visited

Bosnia , Croatia , Montenegro

  1. Day 1
    Day 1 - Welcome to Zagreb, Croatia
    On arrival, you’ll be warmly greeted at the airport and escorted to the Hotel Esplanade.  Situated in an elegant 1925 landmark building originally constructed to accommodate passengers on the storied Orient-Express Train, General Tours deluxe hotel offers a sophisticated welcome in the heart of this vibrant city. This evening, you’ll gather with your fellow travelers for a congenial welcome dinner featuring fine regional cuisine and local wine.  Meals D
  2. Day 2
    Day 2 - Discover Zagreb
    This morning’s guided walking tour whisks you through the historic heart of this cultured city and includes a stop at the unique Museum of Broken Relationships. You’ll also mingle with residents at a colorful local market and ride the city’s turn-of-the-century funicular to explore historic Upper Town. Among the architectural highlights here, the twin spires of the neo-gothic Zagreb Cathedral tower over the other fine landmarks that grace Kaptol Square.  Dating back to the 13th century, a number of restorations over the centuries added unique elements including handsome Baroque altars of wood and marble which were added in the 1600’s. Following lunch, your afternoon is at leisure to enjoy more of Zagreb at your own pace. Culinary enthusiasts will want to spend more time at Dolac, the city’s lively food market.  Meals B+L+D
  3. Day 3
    Day 3 - Plitvice Lakes National Park + Trogir… Then Onward to Split
    This morning, you’ll discover the breathtaking beauty of Plitvice Lakes National Park . Over thousands of years, flowing waters over limestone and chalk have left behind travertine barriers. These natural dams have, in turn, created a remarkable series of 16 terraced lakes that tumble down the hillside. Ranging in hue from azure and emerald to steely grey, they’re connected by rushing cascades that continue the geological processes that originally created them.
    Today, well maintained trails and unobtrusive wooden walkways allow you to behold and experience the majestic beauty of these pristine lakes and their beautiful forest setting. You’ll also enjoy a short cruise across the largest of Plitvice’s lakes before continuing to Trogir for a guided stroll including St. Lawrence Cathedral – the showpiece of this charming medieval town. Built between the 13th and 15th centuries, its triple-nave style and grandly carved portal reflect Venetian influences.
    At a local winery, we’ve arranged for a tasting of the region’s wine and brandy followed by dinner. Then continue to Split and check in to the Hotel Luxe.  Meals B+L+D
  4. Day 4
    Day 4 - Ancient Wonders of Split
    Your tour of Split’s ancient landmarks begins with the magnificent palace of Emperor Diocletian . Built between the late 3rd and early 4th centuries, the outlines of this vast palace form the heart of the Old City today. A startling portion of the palatial complex is remarkably well preserved, and it is the most valuable example of ancient Roman architecture on the eastern coast of the Adriatic. Your tour also includes Peristil Square; now the city’s popular main square, this was in Diocletian’s time the entry hall to his palace, and it was here that the Emperor would address Roman citizens.
    After sightseeing, enjoy lunch on your own and a free afternoon to continue exploring at your own pace. Outside the Palace, you will find charming piazzas and a beautiful waterfront with inviting restaurants and cafes. This evening you’ll dine at one of General Tours favorite restaurants here in Split.  Meals B+D
  5. Day 5
    Day 5 - A Day Trip to the Island of Hvar
    After breakfast, board the ferry for a scenic cruise to the island of Hvar. Enjoy a guided walking tour in this historic coastal town, a strategic harbor for Venice’s mighty Adriatic fleet from the 12th through 18th centuries. Learn about Hvar’s impressive landmarks including the Cathedral of St. Stephen, built in the early 1600’s on the site of an earlier 9th-century church. After some free time to explore the town’s ancient cobbled streets on your own, we’ll take you to a vineyard estate for a tour and luncheon. Later this afternoon, board the return ferry to Split and enjoy the balance of your evening to dine and relax as you wish.  Meals B+L
  6. Day 6
    Day 6 - Mostar + Sarajevo
    Leaving Split behind, you’ll journey this morning across the border into Bosnia & Herzegovina to explore the historic town of Mostar. Set against a rugged mountain backdrop along the meandering Neretva River, Mostar grew from a simple riverside crossing into an important settlement and provincial capital of the Ottoman Empire. Delve into the region’s complex and often turbulent history as you explore the town’s historic quarter, graced with finely restored Ottoman-era buildings including the 500-year-old mosque.
    You’ll also see the celebrated Stari Most (Old Bridge) , originally built in the 16th century and then reconstructed after its near total destruction in 1993. Continue to the inviting President Hotel, centrally located in the Old Town section of Sarajevo. This evening, we’ll take you to a local restaurant to sample the regional cuisine.  Meals B+L+D
  7. Day 7
    Day 7 - Get to Know Sarajevo
    Join your guide after breakfast for an enlightening tour starting at the Sarajevo Freedom Tunnel Museum. Originally extending for nearly 900 yards, this hand-dug tunnel supplied arms and food during the 3-year siege. Much of the tunnel has since collapsed, but this fascinating museum includes a 65-foot section of the original tunnel as well as the shell-pounded house that hid the tunnel entrance; it’s a sobering yet inspiring look at how residents survived the Siege of Sarajevo
    Returning to the city center, your walking tour includes the historic Latin Bridge, also known as the Princip Bridge. Built by the Ottomans, it was here that Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife were assassinated by Gavrilo Princip in 1914. This of course sparked a war between Austria-Hungary and Serbia which then escalated into World War I. You’ll also see the Emperor’s Mosque, built in 1457 after the Ottoman conquest of Bosnia, and the Franciscan Monastery of St. Anthony. After sightseeing, the balance of your afternoon is free to explore and enjoy as you wish. This evening’s dinner offers another opportunity to sample Bosnian cuisine.  Meals B+D
  8. Day 8
    Day 8 - Onward to Tivat
    Leaving Sarajevo behind this morning, we’ll venture into the lush mountain landscapes of Sutjeska National Park to visit the Tjentište War Memorial. Erected in the 1970’s, this striking and evocative monument pays tribute to the Yugoslavian forces and civilians who lost their lives in the Battle of Sutjeska, one of the bloodiest World War II battles in Yugoslavia. Then continue onward to Trebinje, a pleasant riverside town in the southwest corner of Bosnia & Herzegovina. We’ll stop here for lunch before traveling across the border into Montenegro. General Tours destination is the inviting town of Tivat, situated on the Bay of Kotor. Check in to the luxurious Regent Porto Montenegro for a leisurely 3-night stay.  Meals B+L
  9. Day 9
    Day 9 - Kotor + Luštica Peninsula
    After breakfast, we’ll take you to nearby Kotor. Wedged between rugged forested mountains and the blue waters of Kotor Bay, this handsome 13th-century town is filled with winding cobblestone streets and gracious old architecture. Accompanied by General Tours engaging guide, you’ll discover and tour the Cathedral of St. Tryphon, an impressive landmark that traces its history to 1166. You’ll have free time to experience Kotor’s charms at your own pace; active travelers may wish to ascend the old city walls that wind their way up the surrounding slopes. Even if you don’t go very far, the views are rewarding!

    From Kotor, continue along the spectacular Luštica Peninsula, known for its artisanal food products and wine. Visit an olive estate to experience firsthand the region’s timeless agrarian ways and sample some of the local farm-fresh fare. Then return to Tivat on the Bay of Kotor where you’ll have free time to enjoy Porto Montenegro: Home to multi-million dollar super yachts and a lovely promenade lined with inviting boutiques and cafes, this is one of the most prestigious marina developments on the Adriatic Sea. Later this evening, we’ll take you to a local restaurant known for its fine Montenegrin specialties.  Meals B+L+D
  10. Day 10
    Day 10 - A Day at Leisure
    This entire day is free to soak in the ambience of Porto Montenegro and its idyllic seaside setting. You might explore more of the upscale marina district or indulge in a treatment at the Regent Spa. During the day, General Tours will offer scheduled transfers to Kotor if you wish to explore more of the town’s rich history and medieval architecture. This evening, gather with your fellow travelers for another elegant meal.  Meals B+D
  11. Day 11
    Day 11 - Bay of Kotor to Dubrovnik
    Check out from the Regent to embark on a guided cruise onto the tranquil wagers of the Bay; it’s the perfect way to take in the surrounding landscape of steep, forested slopes, colorful marinas and charming medieval villages. On a small island in the Bay of Kotor, you’ll step off to visit General Tours Lady of the Rocks, a lovely 17th-century Baroque Church rich with colorful stories and legends.
    After a delightful lunch in the seaside town of Perast, you’ll continue onward to Dubrovnik . Check in to General Tours deluxe hotel, perfectly situated just steps away from the old city gate and enjoy a bit of time to relax and refresh. Then join General Tours engaging guide for a walking tour through Dubrovnik’s beautifully preserved Old Town, set within impressive ramparts on a stunning stretch of the Dalmatian Coast. Among the landmarks you’ll admire is the Rector’s Palace, built in the late 15th century in Gothic style and embellished with Renaissance and Baroque flourishes. This evening is free to dine when and where you wish. There are many inviting cafes and restaurants in Old Town, and General Tours in-the-know guide is happy to offer personalized suggestions.  Meals B+L
  12. Day 12
    Day 12 - A Day at Leisure
    Hailed as the “Pearl of the Adriatic,” Dubrovnik was an important Mediterranean sea power from the 13th century onwards. Although heavily damaged by an earthquake in 1667 and again during the 1990’s by armed conflict, the city has been meticulously restored. Today it is one of Europe’s most beautifully preserved walled cities and it boasts a wealth of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque churches, monasteries, palaces and fountains. With a prime location near the medieval city gate, General Tours deluxe hotel makes it easy for you to step out and explore this celebrated gem at your own pace. In addition to exploring the architectural monuments that grace the cobblestone lanes of the Old Town, you’ll want take some time to enjoy its galleries, boutiques, cafes and restaurants! This evening, you’ll gather again with your fellow travelers for a congenial farewell dinner.  Meals B+D
  13. Day 13
    Day 13 - Depart Dubrovnik
    After breakfast, we’ll take you to the airport for your onward journey.  Meals B

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Health and Safety Protocols for Alexander Roberts Tours

Alexander+Roberts Tours is committed to your well-being and safety while you travel.

  • All Alexander+Roberts staff will maintain appropriate physical distancing at all times.
  • All high-touch surfaces in coaches and private cars – like door handles, railings, armrests, and window controls – will be sanitized each morning and regularly throughout the day.
  • Alexander+Roberts expert guides and drivers will wear face masks whenever in proximity to guests.
  • Alexander+Roberts staff have been trained on Extra Care procedures – and how to respond to issues that may arise as you travel.
  • Complimentary face masks and hand sanitizer will be available in all vehicles while touring.
More Space + Extra Care While Touring
  • Larger luxury motorcoaches so each traveler will have two seats to themselves while touring.
  • Private airport transfers with a spacious luxury vehicle when you come and go for every tour.
  • Regular and frequent sanitizing of all high-touch vehicle surfaces.
  • Prearranged entry for all sightseeing minimizes standing in line with other travelers.
  • Whisper Headsets for groups of 5 or more allow for proper physical distancing while sightseeing, except for certain nature activities in remote areas like the Amazon.
More Space + Extra Care While Dining
  • Alexander+Roberts carefully selects restaurants to avoid crowded high-capacity venues; Alexander+Roberts emphasizes fine farm-to-table dining with attentive and efficient service – and the choice to dine al fresco whenever available.
  • No large-group dining; enjoy more spacious dining settings and smaller, well-spaced tables for included meals.
  • Restaurant staff will follow the guidance of local health authorities and WHO protocols which may include facial coverings.
Extra Care at Luxury Hotels
  • Alexander+Roberts hotels are always selected for their outstanding locations, evocative ambiance, impeccable service – and cleanliness.
  • Alexander+Roberts partners include the most respected luxury brands – like Belmond, Four Seasons, Park Hyatt, Kempinski and JW Marriott; they are now leading the industry with their sophisticated hygiene standards and protocols to ensure the well-being of all their guests.
  • Hotels will be continuously and rigorously vetted to ensure that they are following established WHO guidelines including social distancing and sanitizing procedures of guestrooms and public spaces.
  • Hotel breakfasts will usually feature à la carte service and group seating will be replaced by smaller, appropriately distanced tables.
And Always... Alexander+Roberts Distinctive Style

In a Small Group of Never More than 16 Guests or on a Privately Guided Tour for just your traveling party, their experienced guides have the flexibility to adjust your sightseeing based upon local conditions – to avoid times of heaviest traffic and crowding, for example. Alexander+Roberts can dine in smaller authentic restaurants, minimize the time waiting in lines, and leave a lighter footprint. You'll learn the history and stories behind the world's most iconic landmarks, immerse more deeply in the wonders of the natural world, and delight in genuine cultural engagement not possible in a larger group. It's travel without a crowd.

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tour operator was not good. We has a couple nice hotels and the food was excellent most of the time, but this tour cost way to much for what was received.

Very diverse trip taking in both the mountains and the sea with activities in both Great for history buffs or those who like medieval cities Pray for good weather as the scenery is spectacular!

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