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12 days from £1,999 per person

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Dining on cevapcici (Balkan-style kebabs) in one of the riverside restaurants overlooking Mostar’s old bridge.


Like the most gripping of history books, stories abound in this fascinating region. On this Balkans escorted tour, we explore the Croatian capital, Zagreb, where Austro-Hungarian and socialist buildings stand side by side. In Belgrade, we visit President Tito’s grand mausoleum. In Sarajevo, we see Principe Bridge, site of the 1914 assassination of Archduke Ferdinand and in Mostar we witness the impressive post-conflict restoration efforts. On the sparkling Adriatic coast, we meander around historic Budva. Our story concludes in Dubrovnik, with its spectacularly photogenic old town.

Your holiday includes:

14 excursions and visits

  • Guided city tours of Zagreb; Osijek; Belgrade; Sarajevo; Mostar; Budva; Kotor; and Dubrovnik
  • Entrance to Tito's Mausoleum; Svrzo’s House; Gazi Husrev-beg Mosque; Principe Bridge; an Orthodox church; and typical Turkish house


  • 11 nights in hotels (accommodation as specified or similar)
  • International flights. Prices are based on return flights with British Airways from London Heathrow or Gatwick. Supplements may apply from other airports
  • 23 meals: 11 breakfasts (days 2-12) 1 lunch (day 3) 11 dinners (days 1-11)


  • Kotor city tax
  • Portable audio headset system on excursions
  • Titan’s VIP door-to-door travel service
  • Titan tour manager
  • Travel in destination by coach
  • Porterage

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  • UK - Zagreb

    Titan’s VIP door-to-door travel service collects you from home for your flight to Zagreb.

    Sheraton Zagreb (5-star)

  • Zagreb day 2


    Enjoy a sightseeing tour of this stunning and historical capital city with a local guide. The tour includes the Upper Town, the historical centre of the city, the Church of St Mark with its famed multi-coloured tiled roof, the Cathedral and Croatian National Theatre. You have free time this afternoon.

    • Guided city tour of Zagreb (morning)

    Sheraton Zagreb (5-star)

  • Belgrade day 3

    Osijek - Belgrade

    Our scenic journey today takes us from Croatia to Belgrade, Serbia and our hotel for two nights. We’ll make a stop on the way in the leafy historic town of Osijek for a guided tour of the city and gardens, and a wander along the waterfront promenade, before stopping for a leisurely lunch at a local restaurant.

    • Guided city tour of Osijek (morning)

    Hyatt Belgrade (5-star)

  • Kalemegdan day 4


    A guided tour of Belgrade introduces us to the most important sights of the city. On foot, we visit the biggest park in Belgrade, Kalemegdan, which encompasses Kalemegdan Fortress. Our coach then takes us in the direction of Terazije, Parliament, City Hall, Pioneer Park and Slavija Square.

    We take a walk through the park of Karadorde to visit the Temple of Saint Sava; and return to our coach to see the ‘Street of the Embassies’ and Tito’s Mausoleum.

    • City tour of Belgrade, including Tito's Mausoleum (all day)

    Hyatt Belgrade (5-star)

  • Sarajevo day 5


    Our route takes us through Zvornik, a historic town devastated in the Bosnian War. We continue, with scenic Romanija Mountain views and along the River Drina to Bosnia’s capital, Sarajevo.

    Hotel President, Sarajevo (4-star)

  • Bascarsija day 6


    In the company of an expert local guide, we’ll take a walking tour of Sarajevo - a city in which, over a period spanning four hundred years, mosques, synagogues, orthodox and Roman Catholic churches have been built side by side.

    We’ll visit Bašcaršija, one of the best maintained old bazaars with diverse stores and restaurants; Principe Bridge, site of the 1914 assassination of Archduke Ferdinand, which led directly to the First World War; 16th-century Gazi Husrev-beg Mosque; and Svrzo’s House.

    • Guided city tour of Sarajevo, including Gazi Husrev-beg Mosque, an Orthodox church, Principe Bridge and Svrzo’s House (morning)

    Hotel President, Sarajevo (4-star)

  • Mostar day 7

    Sarajevo - Mostar

    After some free time in Sarajevo, we travel to Mostar. It was the worst affected Bosnian city in the Yugoslav wars, but a tour highlights the local effort that has gone into making this city beautiful once again. See the famous Old Stone Bridge, the colourful Old Bazaar and a typical Turkish house.

    • Guided city tour of Mostar, including a Turkish house (afternoon)

    Hotel Mostar (4-star)

  • Becici day 8


    We travel to Becici, on the outskirts of the popular Montenegrin resort of Budva, for a two-night stay.

    Hotel Budva, Becici (4-star)

  • Budva day 9


    Our morning sightseeing tour of Budva takes us through its rich tapestry of cobbled streets and shady piazzas. This ancient city is one of the oldest in the Balkans and our local guide will bring it to life with tales of its past.

    The afternoon is free for further exploration, to stroll along the promenade or relax on one of the numerous sandy beaches.

    • Guided city tour of Budva (morning)

    Hotel Budva, Becici (4-star)

  • Kotor day 10

    Kotor - Cavtat

    We continue for Kotor this morning for a tour of this coastal city. This beautiful fortified old town, protected by UNESCO, is surrounded by stunning scenery, between steep mountains and the deepest natural ria in the Mediterranean Sea. We’ll make a stop Kotor’s market for the chance to buy some tasty local sweets and produce.

    During your free time in Kotor, it will be easy to lose yourself in the maze of lanes and hidden piazzas within the medieval walls, but its small size makes it easy to find your way again. We depart for Cavtat, a lush peninsula just south of Dubrovnik, where we stay for two nights.

    • Guided city tour of Kotor (morning)

    Hotel Croatia Cavtat (5-star)

  • Dubrovnik day 11


    A fascinating tour of Dubrovnik awaits, followed by a panoramic coach drive above the city with breathtaking views of Dubrovnik and the surrounding islands.

    With an abundance of places to visit in Dubrovnik, the afternoon is free to explore independently. Maybe walk the city walls, experience one of the museums dedicated to defenders of Dubrovnik during the Yugoslav wars, including the powerful War Photo museum or Visia Cinema, which brings the city’s history to life through 3D films and holograms, or enjoy delicious gelato in a sun-bleached square.

    • Guided city tour of Dubrovnik (morning)

    Hotel Croatia Cavtat (5-star)

  • Day 12 Dubrovnik - UK

    We transfer to the airport for your return flight to the UK. Upon arrival, your Titan vehicle will be waiting for the journey home.

    Arrive Home

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Timeless Beauty of the Balkans

12 days from £1,999 per person