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The Old World Adriatic-Croatia and Slovenia (15 Days)

Leave behind the everyday bustle of modern life and discover the Old World European romance still perfectly preserved in the pint-sized countries of Croatia and Slovenia. Swirl cocktails and sunbathe on the celebrity-laden shores of jet-set Dubrovnik. Explore the vineyards and medieval ruins of the Croatian countryside in the lush Split region. Wander among miles of emerald scenery and tranquil waterscapes in the famous Plitvice Lakes National Park. And experience “Europe in miniature” in Ljubljana, the stunningly green (and endlessly cultural) capital of Slovenia.

Your Edventure Includes

  • Round-trip airfare from SFO or LAX (price may vary based on choice of departure gateway)
  • 13 nights in hand-picked hotels
  • Breakfast daily
  • 1 Lunch
  • 5 three-course dinners served with wine or beer
  • Full-time coordinator
  • Multilingual tour guide
  • Remetinec Prison (Correctional/Law Enforcement Officials only)
  • Private deluxe motor coach
  • Transportation (planes, trains, boats, etc.) while on tour
  • Select admissions with priority entry

Dubrovnik on the Adriatic Sea


Mostar, a UNESCO Heritage Site

The Coastal City of Split


Postojna Cave

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Price: $6,399 (2018) based on double occupancy, plus optional $394 premium trip protection*

Next Departure Dates:

October 201
8 (CROS1018)
June 2019 (CROS0619)
October 2019 (CROS1019)

Contact us for exact departure dates

Edventure Highlights Include:

~ Welcome Dinner

~ A guided tour of walled city of Dubrovnik, with entry through one of four gates, including a visit to its 13th-century Franciscan monastery, the impressive Rector’s Palace, and the city’s ornate cathedral

~ A cruise along the shoreline of one of Europe’s most romantic cities before arriving on the beach to dine at a local restaurant, followed by a stroll through Dubrovnik’s medieval streets

~ The stunning Republic of Montenegro, whose backdrops range from serene beaches to rugged mountain canyons, beginning with a visit to the UNESCO-protected town of Kotor to view medieval walls and churches nestled between the hills and the sea, continuing on to Perast, a Venetian town on the Bay of Kotor, and ending with a view the famed islets of St. George and Our Lady of the Rocks

~ The Croatian countryside and a stop in Mostar, a city in southern Bosnia and Herzegovina, for a guided tour, including an old Ottoman Mosque and traditional Ottoman house, and a walk over the striking Mostar Bridge, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site that joins the banks of the Neretva River

~ A guided tour of Split, featuring a visit to Diocletian’s Palace, an enormous third-century palace complex, and a view of the monuments to the city’s varied cultural influences, including Gothic churches, Renaissance palaces, Venetian fortifications and even an Egyptian sphinx

~ The Ivan Mestrovic Museum to examine bronze, wood, marble and stone sculptures, as well as drawings and paintings by the Croatian-American expressionist Ivan Mestrovic.

~ Stops at the villages of Trogir, a gem of medieval Venetian architecture set on a tiny island, and Zadar, a seaside market town, for the intermingling of classical and Christian cultures in the town’s streets and churches, including a visit to the one-of-a-kind Sea Organ

Plitvice Lakes National Park, one of the most beautiful national parks in Europe, where a local guide weaves visitors through some of its 16 levels of lakes, its thick forests, and incredible waterfalls, as well as some of the 20 caves that dot the area

~ Zagreb, where a local guide introduces travelers to the best of Croatia’s capital, including Theater Square, Mestrovic Pavilion, Zrinjevac Park, the Lotrscak Tower, the Croatian Museum of Naive Art and the lovely Mirogoj Cemetery

~Slovenia's capital city of Ljubljana, a charming city known for its love of the arts, and a guided tour that includes Preseren Square, the Triple Bridge, Ljubljana’s town hall, St. Nicholas’ Cathedral, and its open-air market

Remetinec Prison (Correctional/ Law Enforcement Officials only)

~ A visit to the legendary Postojna Caves, a 12.5-mile-long system of caverns connecting the Predjama Castle, a Renaissance fort built into the mouth of a cave, and the top of the mountain, serving in the Middle Ages as a secret supply line for the castle at times of siege

~ Piran, famous for its Venetian architecture, as a local guide leads visitors through the town’s narrow streets and past medieval city walls, with a stop by the Church of St. George and Tartini Square, named for composer and violinist Giuseppe Tartini

Lake Bled and Lake Bohinj to see why Europeans have come to this resort area for decades, including a visit to Bled Castle and Slovenian villages along the way

~ The Julian Alps, including the ski resort town of Kranjska Gora, Triglav National Park and Vršič Pass, the highest pass in Slovenia and the Eastern Julian Alp, then the Soca River for a scenic walk full of photo opportunities

Tour Activity Estimates
 Average Daily Walking: 3 Hours
Average Activity Level: Moderate (mostly uneven terrain, including paved and unpaved roads, cobblestone streets, some hills and stairs)

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