Abstract:Trebinje is a city that will enchant you at first sight and attract you to explore it. Take a walk through the Old Town, have a coffee under the famous plane trees, enjoy the sounds and colors of the famous Trebinje Green Market on the central city square, delight your taste buds with local food and quality wines, visit the bridges on the Trebišnjica river, the Tvrdoš Monastery, and the Hercegovačka Gračanica Monastery, and as the "icing on the cake", wander the streets of the unique and powerful Dubrovnik!
Activities:Tour of Trebinje with a guide
Optional excursion - Tvrdoš Monastery and Hercegovačka Gračanica Monastery visit.
Tour of Dubrovnik with a guide
FIRST DAY: BELGRADE - TREBINJE
Departure from Belgrade at 10 PM near the Church of the Ascension, Admiral Geprat Street.
Overnight drive with rest stops along the way.
SECOND DAY: TREBINJE
Arrival in Trebinje in the morning. Free time in the city center.
At the agreed time, a guided walking tour of the city will begin and will last for two hours: Old Town (Kastel), Osman Pasha and Emperor's Mosque from the 18th century, City Park with many monuments donated by the famous poet Jovan Ducic to his city, the Cathedral, the so-called Angel's Gate. Accommodation in a 3* hotel. Free time in Trebinje or optional excursion to Tvrdoš Monastery and Hercegovačka Gračanica Monastery.
Return to Trebinje. Overnight stay.
THIRD DAY: TREBINJE -
Breakfast. After breakfast, check out of the hotel. Free time for optional trip to Dubrovnik.
Dubrovnik is the pearl of the Croatian Adriatic, the most visited tourist destination precisely because of the large number of attractions. It is the capital of the Dubrovnik-Neretva County, at the foot of the Srđ Hill. The wider area includes a coastal belt of 250km, stretching from Klek in the west to Cape Prevlaka in the east. Its favorable geographical position contributed to the prosperity of the city. Dubrovnik was founded in the 7th century as a settlement called Ragusa and experienced its golden age in the Middle Ages as the Republic of Dubrovnik when it was the center of scientific, cultural and commercial life of the entire region. The Republic of Dubrovnik was abolished in 1808 and in 1815, this region was annexed to the rest of Dalmatia and Croatia.
Guided tour of the city with a local guide. Stradun, Pojana Luža Square, Orlando's Column, harbor, Sponza Palace, Church of St. Blaise, bell tower, Onofrio's Fountain, Revelin and Mulo towers.
Return to Trebinje and continue the journey to Belgrade, with rest stops along the way. Arrival in Belgrade in the late evening hours.