Fabled Sarajevo & Glorious Croatia Cruise

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View the beautiful port of Dubrovnik from above
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History and nature come together in Mostar.
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Your tour may include a visit to this abandoned church in Kotor, Montenegro
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Stop to explore the picturesque island of Hvar on your Mediterranean Voyage
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Brilliant colors await you in the port city of Split
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Call in beautiful Rab Island on your Mediterranean voyage
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Sail along the Grande Canal in Venice
Join the Corinthian for this captivating 11-day voyage that combines an exploration of one of Europe's most intriguing cities, Sarajevo, and a cruise along the sublime coasts of Croatia and Montenegro. As you travel from Sarajevo to Dubrovnik, pass through breathtaking scenery and discover the region's unique mix of oriental and western influences. Continue your travels along Croatia's coastal gems as you make your way to Venice.

Day 1

    Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina

    Arrive in Sarajevo and transfer to the Hotel Europe (or Hotel Astra Garni). Enjoy a welcome dinner in the hotel with your fellow travelers.

    Day 2

      Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina

      Enjoy a day in one of the loveliest cities in southern Europe. Begin with a morning from from the port in Sarajevo to the Salvation Tunnel, constructed by the Bosnian Army in the midst of the Bosnia War to link the city of Sarajevo with Bosnia-help territory on the other side of the Sarajevo airport. See the tunnel and the War Museum. Return to the town center for a walking tour of Sarajevo, visiting the Begova Mosque (built in 1531); the 16th-century Orthodox cathedral and museum; and the Ulica Vase Miskina, the most typical Austrian street in the old town. Dine this evening in a local restaurant and spend another night in Sarajevo.

      Day 3

        Mostar, Bosnia & Herzegovina / Dubrovnik, Croatia

        Wake up in Sarajevo and take an excursion to Mostar. Damaged during the conflicts of the 1990s, Mostar was carefully restored and eclared an UNESCO World Heritage Site. After a tour including the famed Stari Most ("the Old Bridge"), originally built in 1566, and lunch at a local restaurant, continue to the walled hill town of Pocitelj and the nearby ancient Roman settlement of Narona. Enjoy the scenic coastal drive to Dubrovnik and check into the Hilton Imperial Hotel (or similar).

        Day 4

          Dubrovnik, Croatia / Embark

          Set on a rocky peninsula jutting in to the Adriatic Sea, Dubrovnik is one of Europe's best-preserved medieval cities and a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. The city contains within its ramparts the Rector's Palace, the Franciscan Monastery, which houses a 13th-century pharmacy (the oldest in Europe), and the baroque Cathedral, with works by Renaissance painters Titian and Andrea del Sarto. Enjoy a morning walking tour of Dubrovnik and leisure time in the afternoon to explore on your own. Embark the Corinthian this evening.

          Day 5

            Dubrovnik, Croatia / Kotor, Montenegro

            Drive to thei historic and elegant Cavtat. After exploring the town, sail the deep, fjord-like Bay of Kotor to reach the port town of the same name. A designated UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kotor's fortifications and most of its monuments date from the time of Venetian rule. A tour of this delightful town reveals its magnificent walls, palaces, and churches, including the 12th-century St. Tryphon Cathedral, which contains a rich collection of artifacts.

            Day 6

              Korcula Island, Croatia

              Visit St. Mark's Cathedral and its Treasury, the Bishop's Palace, the Church of All Saints, the Icon Museum, and Marco Polo's home. Continue by bus to the village of Lumbarda and visit a family farm known for its production of white wine from the indigenous Korcula Grk grape. Taste the local wines as well as dry-cured ham, goat cheese, olive oil, and vegetables - all produced on site.

              Day 7

                Ploce, Croatia

                Drive along the coast to the town of Makarska where you can visit a local museum, enjoy lunch at a local restaurant, and explore this delightful town at your leisure before returning to Place through the beautiful Biokovo Mountain Range.

                Day 8

                  Vis & Hvar Islands, Croatia

                  Vis is one of Croatia's most beautiful and unspoiled islands. Dock at Vis Town and drive across the small island to quaint Komiza, which has retained its medieval character and architecture. Later discover Hvar, a fertile island of rosemary, lavender, and laurel. Hvar's architecture is unmistakably Venetian. Our tour includes a visit to the 17th-century Municipal Theater, the Franciscan Monastery, and its small gallery, the city's Loggia, and St. Stephen's Square. Continue by bus to the 16th-century fortress for spectacular views of the Hvar Town's rooftops and harbor.

                  Day 9

                    Split, Croatia

                    Split is an ancient city centered around the formidable Palace of Diocletian, built in A.D. 295-305. An extensive structure, much of which is well-preserved, the palace contains within its walls Split's medieval town, making it the only palace that had been continuously inhabited since Roman times. Our tour of this expansive structure includes a visit to its underground cellars, the Mausoleum, Jupiter's Temple, the Peristyle, and the Norther Gate. This evening experience a klapa performance, an tradition Croatian all-male a cappella choral groups.

                    Day 10

                      Kornati Archepelago, Croatia

                      In the morning, the Corinthian sails by the Kornati Archipelago, a national park of about 100 uninhabited islands, en route to Rab. Perched on a peninsula overlooking a spacious bay, Rab, the only town on the small island of the same name, is one of the most beautiful towns along Croatia's coast. A walking tour visits all its landmark sites, including the Cathedral of Sveta Marija (St. Mary the Great), and the magnificent Bell Tower, a masterpiece of 12th-century architecture.

                      Day 11

                        Venice / Disembark

                        Following breakfast on board, disembark in Venice and transfer to airport to continue your travels.
                         Category ECategory DCategory CCategory BCategory ACategory AACategory VSCategory PHS
                        2014-Aug-29*
                        2014-Sep-26*
                        2014-Sep-30
                        2014-Oct-10*
                        2014-Oct-14
                        $6,180$6,580$7,180$8,080$8,580$9,180$9,980$10,580
                        * Itinerary operates in reverse.
                        Cabin Information:
                        Cabin Categories E, C, and A can be made single occupancy at 1.35 times the double occupancy rate. Category VS can be made single occupancy at 1.5 times the double occupancy rates.
                        Program Inclusions:

                        • 2 nights in Sarajevo at the Hotel Europe (or Hotel Astra Garni)
                        • 1 night in Dubrovnik at the Hilton Imperial Hotel (or similar)
                        • 7-night cruise aboard the all-suite, 100-guest Corinthian
                        • All meals aboard ship, including house wine, beer, and soft drinks with lunch and dinner
                        • Meals ashore as noted
                        • Welcome cocktail reception in Sarajevo; welcome and farewell cocktail receptions aboard ship
                        • Complete program of tours and excursions
                        • Educational program of lectures and discussions by accompanying study leaders
                        • Comprehensive pre-departure materials
                        • Baggage handling and transfers abroad on the designated arrival and departure dates
                        • Gratuities to porters, guides, and drivers
                        • Professional Travel Dynamics International tour staff

                        Deposit & Payment

                        Initial deposit is $1500, and most travelers will call our office and pay the deposit with a credit card. We accept Visa, Mastercard, AmEx, and Discover. Alternatively, you can send a check to our Missoula, Montana, office or register online at: https://www.adventure-life.com/forms/register

                        Final payment is due 100 days prior to departure.

                        Final payment by bank transfer, check or Visa, Mastercard, Discover, or Amex. Credit Card payments are subject to a maximum charge of $15,000.

                        Booking last minute? No problem! Please contact one of our trip planners, and we can get you on your way if booking less than 100 days prior to departure.

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                        Cancellation Policy

                        Days Prior to departureFee
                        91 days or more$500
                        90-61 days55% cruise cost
                        60-0 days100% cruise cost