Venice is a small, unique city situated across a group of 118 islets separated by a complex web of 170 gondola-packed canals and linked by more than 400 footbridges. Venice’s main aquatic artery snaking through the bustling heart of the city, the famed Grand Canal, stretches four kilometres and passes by the most iconic pastel-coloured buildings ever to grace the skyline. The city was historically the capital of the Republic of Venice. Throughout its millennium-long history, Venice has earned such titles as the “The Most Serene” (La Serenissima), ``Queen of the Adriatic``, ``City of Water``, ``City of Bridges``, and ``The City of Light``.
Leave Dubrovnik behind and drive to Kotor on the Montenegrin coast (approximately 3 hours). This 5th-century World Heritage-listed city is set on a secluded bay, with towering peaks surrounding a rocky coastline dotted with pretty waterside towns. In its crooked…Book now
Sarajevo, the capital of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina, has been inﬂuenced by a number of cultures and civilizations over its long history. On your city tour, visit the Turkish Bazaar Baščaršija, Gazi Husrev-beg Mosque, the Olympic Stadium and…Book now
Travel to Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia, and take a walking tour. See the sights of the old city center, including the picturesque open-air Central Market, Three Bridges, Baroque Town Hall, and Robba Fountain. Then continue the drive to Zagreb,…Book now