Day trip to Island of Korcula After a pleasant drive along the coast we will enter the Peljesac peninsula and continue through the famous vineyards before we reach the town of Orebic where we will leave the bus and take a short boat ride across the channel to the island of Korcula and the town with the same name. Korcula is known as the birth place of Marco Polo. It was most probably founded by the Trojan hero Antenor. Today you have the opportunity to experience it's narrow streets, beautiful churches and magnificent palaces. Our walking tour of the old town will take you to the most interesting sites such as the Cathedral, the City Museum and the Bishop's Palace. After sightseeing there will be time for lunch or even a swim.
The border of Montengro is located less then one hour's drive from Dubrovnik. After crossing the border we will drive around the spectacular Bay of Kotor which is deeply carved in to the Montenegrin mountains offering unforgettable scenery. We will pass along charming settlements such as Risan and Perast before arriving to Kotor where we will make a stop to admire the old town and the Medieval fortifications(around 11h00). Our trip takes us further up the mountains on the old road towards Cetinje , once the seat of the Montenegrin rulers. There will be a stop halfway in the small village of Njegusi where you will have the chance to taste some of the famous local specialties. In Cetinje (around 12h30) there will be a visit to the State Museum, formerly the Palace of the Montenegrin King Nikola. The drive continues on the new road down to the town of Budva (15h00) where we will make our last stop before continuing back to Dubrovnik. The drive back will be pleasantly shortened by a ferry ride across the bay.
This tour will take us along the Adriatic coast,through the green Neretva valley towards the charming town of Mostar. Arrival is expected around 11h00 Mostar,with it's narrow cobbled streets is a mixture of East and West. Our walking tour will take us to the cultural and historical highlights such as the old Bazaar ,a Turkish House, as well as to one of the many old Mosques. After the guided tour there will be free time for lunch, strolling around and browsing among the many old crafts shops. On our way back from Mostar a short stop will be made in Pocitelj - a jewel of oriental architecture situated at the banks of the Neretva river.