CROATIA

In the cities of DUBROVNIK, ZAGREB, and more.

If your Mediterranean fantasies feature balmy days by sapphire waters in the shades by ancient walled towns, Croatia is the place to make it a reality. 

Security Deposit:

$350.00

BOSNIA & HERCEGOVINA

In the city of MOSTAR and the village of Neum

The country is most captivating for its East-meets-West surroundings, which has been blended with Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian pasts. With an abundance of medieval ruins, unique towns and cities, stunning mountains, waterfalls and rivers, Bosnia and Herzegovina has plenty of major drawcards for all travellers

Single Occupancy Room

$0.00

ROMANIA

In the city of BUCHAREST

The days of being known as the "Little Paris of the East" may be long gone, but that doesn't mean Bucharest's glory days are gone, too. 

Bucharest continues to redefine itself, merging its storied history with a modern identity.  

Between the dreary Communist-era apartment blocks are Byzantine buildings, centuries' old churches and Art Nouveau mansions that stand out as the survivors of earthquakes, war and communism. 

Payment Plan Available 

Must Deposit First 

$500.00

MONTENEGRO

In the cities of HERCEG NOVI and KOTOR 

A stunning country full of historical significance, medieval architecture - ancient villages, stone fortresses and jagged mountains and a plethora of activities. It is one of the up and coming hot spots for summer travel destinations due to its beauty and offerings. There is something new to discover around every corner of Montenegro, and since it is just becoming well known, it is relatively untouched by tourism.

Double Room Occupancy

$0.00

SLOVENIA

In the cities of LJUBLJANA, etc.

Stunning landscapes, charming towns, and fairytale castles of Slovenia. We will tour Ljubljana and some of Europe’s most breathtaking alpine scenery.

Payment Plan Available 

Must Deposit First 

$500.00

TRANSYLVANIA

In DRACULA'S CASTLE and small town BRASOV

Stunning landscapes, charming towns, and fairytale castles of Slovenia. We will tour Ljubljana and some of Europe’s most breathtaking alpine scenery.

Payment Plan Available 

Must Deposit First 

$500.00

Sept 16 - 17

Thurs & Fri

Depart from USA and Arrive in Dubrovnik Airport (DBV) Croatia

Airport to Hotel Shuttle Transfer

Check in at St Joseph or Dominus Little Palace (not final)

4:00pm Gentle Yoga (45-min)

5:30pm Watch the Sunset at Mount SRD 

Drinks / Dinner (optional and pay your own) 

Without a doubt, the best view of the Dubrovnik is from atop Mount Srd. You’ll have to pay  to take the Cable Car in Dubrovnik or hike here to get up, but the view is worth it. 

RSVP 15 days in advance.

Sept 18

Sat

7:00am - 9:30am Breakfast

10:00am  Old Town Walking Tour a 2.5-hour tour that will start by the western gates of the Old City and it's a combined overview of the most important landmarks, real history of Dubrovnik and its role as King's Landing in Game of Thrones.

Find out how the city known as "The Pearl of Adriatic", came to be, how it grew and lived throughout the turbulent centuries.

During the tour we will avoid crowded streets and instead walk through the hidden alleys, so that we approach main landmarks of the Old City from non-mainstream directions.

You will see:

- Kolorina Cove (Blackwater Bay) 

- Saint Lawrence Fortress (without enter)

- Pile Gate (western gates and moat)

- Large Onofrio's fountain

- Jesuite stairs (Walk of Shame stairs)

- The Cathedral (without enter)   

- Rector's palace (without enter)

- The Main square

- Orlando’s Column

- Sponza palace and more...

Note: Wear appropriate footwear, clothes, etc. 

Note: Tip is included (tour is paid).

1:00pm Tour of The Rector's Palace and the Cathedral of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary

2:00pm Lunch on your own

The rest of the day is yours. See suggested things to do and see below.

Dinner is yours.

Suggested thing to do:

One of the oldest pharmacies (possibly even the oldest) in Europe is, quite remarkably, still a working shop. It sits inside the complex of the Franciscan monastery where beautiful cloisters lead you to the Old Pharmacy Museum by way of a pretty courtyard. In the museum, you'll find historic grinders and implements used during the Ragusan era.

Sept 19

Sunday

6:00am - 7:00am Breakfast

7:30am Full Day Trip to MONTENEGRO in KOTOR and the scenic Bay of Kotor 

From Dubrovnik, we will visit off-the-beaten-path Montenegro, a diminutive southeast European country that boasts big things: the UNESCO-World Heritage-listed Bay of Kotor and the eye-pleasing city of Kotor​ - the triangular old town, which sits tucked up against the mountains, is much more mellow and quaint than it’s Croatian neighbor. I think Rick Steves hit the nail on the head when he described Kotor Old Town as “perfect for aimless strolling.”  While there’s not a ton of things to do in Old Town Kotor, it is a fairy tale-esque place to spend a few hours. 

1. WALKING TOUR led by a local guide

2. WANDER Kotor Old Town is tiny but the maze of narrow streets and hidden alleys can keep you busy for awhile. Appreciate the architecture, get lost, pop into some shops and maybe eat some gelato. 

2. HIKE the city walls to the fortress

Kotor’s fortress walls zig zag up the mountain of St. John, and the ruins of the Castle of San Giovanni sit at the top. 

  • The walk to the top is not for the faint of heart. There are about 1,300 steps and based on reports, it sounds challenging.

  • Use the restroom before hike as there are none along the way, or at the top.

  • Wear proper shoes. The trail is not paved and the rocks are loose and slippery.

Lunch and Dinner on your own.

7:00pm Back in Dubrovnik

NOTE: Immigration MAY affect travel time.

Sept 19

Sunday

6:00am - 7:00am Breakfast

7:30am Full Day Trip to MONTENEGRO in KOTOR and the scenic Bay of Kotor 

From Dubrovnik, we will visit off-the-beaten-path Montenegro, a diminutive southeast European country that boasts big things: the UNESCO-World Heritage-listed Bay of Kotor and the eye-pleasing city of Kotor​ - the triangular old town, which sits tucked up against the mountains, is much more mellow and quaint than it’s Croatian neighbor. I think Rick Steves hit the nail on the head when he described Kotor Old Town as “perfect for aimless strolling.”  While there’s not a ton of things to do in Old Town Kotor, it is a fairy tale-esque place to spend a few hours. 

1. WALKING TOUR led by a local guide

After the guided tour you are on your own, you may -

2. WANDER Kotor Old Town is tiny but the maze of narrow streets and hidden alleys can keep you busy for awhile. Appreciate the architecture, get lost, pop into some shops and maybe eat some gelato. 

2. HIKE the city walls to the fortress

Kotor’s fortress walls zig zag up the mountain of St. John, and the ruins of the Castle of San Giovanni sit at the top. 

  • The walk to the top is not for the faint of heart. There are about 1,300 steps and based on reports, it sounds challenging.

  • Use the restroom before hike as there are none along the way, or at the top.

  • Wear proper shoes. The trail is not paved and the rocks are loose and slippery.

Lunch and Dinner on your own.

6:00pm Back in Dubrovnik

NOTE: Immigration MAY affect travel time.

Sept 20

Monday

Day TRIP TO MONTENEGRO in MOSTAR with a stop over in the village of Neum and Klavice Falls

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Tuesdays

10:00 am

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Saturdays

11:30 am

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