Slovenia

• Lake Bled with Boat Ride

• Bled Island with church

• Ljubljana city tour with mosque visit

Croatia

• Plitvice Lakes National Park

• Sea Organ in Zadar

• Dubrovnik city tour with City Walls

• Split city tour with Mosque

Bosnia and Herzegovina

• Mostar- Stari Most

• Old Town with Mosque visit

• Sarajevo Old Town

• Tunnel of Good Hope

IMPORTANT NOTES

Minimum 15 adults to move tour with a tour manager

Remarks

Revisions, if any, in itinerary are subject to the Company’s Terms and Conditions, a copy of which is available at www.ChansWorld.com/PackageTourTnCs

In particular, the Customer is requested to note the following:

Itinerary may be subject to change due to circumstances beyond the Company’s control.

Accommodation in designated cities is subject to room availability.

Sequence of itinerary may be subject to change.

Proposed changes, if any, that are not accepted will be subject to the refund provisions set out in the Terms and Conditions.

During local or international public holidays such as Christmas Day, some attractions may be closed or will operate for half a day. Alternative arrangements will be made to visit these affected attractions on other days or they will be replaced with alternatives.

Updated 17 Sep 2022

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Assemble at Changi Airport for your flight to Ljubljana, the capital and the largest city of Slovenia.

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Upon Arrival, embark on your journey around the city of Ljubljana, boasts with a balanced fusion of old and new, with centuries-old buildings surrounding a medieval heart beating in tandem with an increasingly modern outlook and a vivacious entertainment and cultural scene. The city’s ancient charms with a tour through the heart of its old town. You will visit baroque-style architecture of Church of St Nicholas with its impressive twin bell towers and towering dome. Next, proceed to Market Colonnade and stroll through dozens of charming little shops selling a wide variety of souvenirs and local produce such as apples and honey. The market also curves along the east bank of the river Ljubljanica, between Triple Bridge and Dragon Bridge, offering plenty of visual treats as well. Cross Triple Bridge to the city’s main meeting point, Preseren Square, named after the greatest Slovene poet, France Preseren. Visit Ljubljana Mosque, the first mosque in Slovenia built in 1969. Then, continue on your journey to Lake Bled for a night stay.

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After breakfast, board the Pletna boat ride across the lake to visit the Bled Island. Where you will visit the Island’s symbol, the church of the Mother of God of Lakes. In the afternoon, do not miss an opportunity to visit Postojna Cave, a 24 kilometers long karst cave system and known as a natural wonder of Slovenia. Be fascinated with the underground world within the cave as you explore on board a train ride. Continue on your journey to Opatija, a coastal town along the Adriatic Sea for your overnight stay. The town is known to be a fashionable resort in the 19th century.

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Today, embrace yourself with the change of scenery as you make your way towards Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia’s largest National Park, founded in 1949 and designated UNESCO World Heritage status since 1979. Get breathtaking as you emerge yourself in front of the 78-metre-tall Veliki Slap, the largest series of waterfalls in the park. The beauty of the National park consists of 16 crystalline lakes, interconnected by a series of cascading waterfalls, populated by wild animals. Next, proceed to the dazzling Dalmatian coastline city of Zadar.

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After breakfast, drive through the Croatian countryside to Split, the second largest city in Croatia and the largest city in the Croatia Coast. Soak up the exuberance of the Dalmatian city of Split as you embark on a city tour through its most important sights. Relive the days of the past as you come face-to-face with Diocletian’s Palace, Temple of Jupiter, Cathedral of St Domnius and Masjid Split. With the dramatic coastline and turquoise waters of the Adriatic surrounding remnants of Roman, Renaissance and Gothic buildings, this charming city is a sight to behold. This evening, travel to Dubrovnik, also known as Pearl of the Adriatic.

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Spend the day free at leisure, relax and enjoy the scenery from the Adriatic Sea with breath-taking views or you may wish to join an optional tour to Kotor, a winding bay of the Adriatic Sea in the Southwestern region of Montenegro, a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1979.

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This morning, feast your eyes on Dubrovnik with its orange-hued roofs, ancient city walls, marble streets and Baroque buildings, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and dominating the city’s landmarks with Rector’s Palace, Clock tower, Church of St Blaise, Onofrio’s Fountain, Orlando’s Column and Sponza Palace. Next, stroll down the city and get impressed by the ancient fortress dotted with bastions, towers and detached forts. After that, explore the City Walls, and walk around the ancient fortress dotted with bastions, towers and detached forts. View Franciscan Monastery up-close, which also houses Europe’s 3rd oldest pharmacy. Continue your journey by crossing the border to Bosnia and Herzegovina and proceed to the ancient town of Mostar. The city was initially developed by the Ottoman Empire and occupied by generations of multicultural residents ever since. Packed with plenty of architectural gems from different eras, ranging from pre-Ottoman, Ottoman, Mediterranean and Western European architectural elements, the city is a captivating for the eyes.

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After breakfast, walk across the old town’s indisputable star, Stari Most, also commonly known as Old Bridge, and revel in the moment as the pale stone arch casts a sweeping reflection on the Neretva river beneath. Enjoy a cup of refreshing Bosnian coffee and shop along the street of the “Stari Grad”, old town. Next, proceed to Sarajevo, the capital of the country and a city that had risen from the ashes time and time again from its tumultuous times throughout history. Now, its rejuvenated historic centre is filled with spired minarets, bustling bazaars and a certain buzz about town. Next, visit Tunnel of Good Hope to experience the life of the besieged during the war. Explore Gazi Husrev-beg Mosque and stroll down the cobbled streets of Bascarsija, founded by the Ottomans in the 15th century and you may think that you have landed in Turkey! Sarajevo is also the city that hosted the 1984 Winter Olympics.

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In the morning, take a scenic drive to Zagreb, the northwestern capital city of Croatia. The beautiful contrast of the architectural from the 18th century Austro-Hungarian design with Gothic-style churches from the 13th century, making the city a fulfillment for history and culture.

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Today, embark on a sightseeing tour of this old European city, with its Baroque atmosphere in the upper town, picturesque open-air markets and great shopping. Get impressed with views of Roosevelt Square, Ban Jelacic Square and Zagreb Cathedral. Go back in time to the Middle Ages with a stroll through the upper town to Croatian Parliament, St Mark’s Church, Kamenita Vrata also known as Stone Gate which was built in the 13th century, and the ancient Lotrscak Tower, a fortified tower to guard the southern gates of Gradec Town Wall. Spend the rest of the day free at leisure, or you may wish to join an optional tour to visit the Samobor Castle. The castle was built above the medieval town of Samobor in the 13th century during the Croatian-Hungarian war.

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If time permits, of course there is always last-minute shopping before bidding farewell to Zagreb as you transfer to the airport for your departure flight home.

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