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Destination: Barcelona - Valencia - Alicante - Granada - Seville - Lisbon - Toledo - Madrid - Zaragoza  

Only 78 Euros / Day / Pax (Minimum 2 Person to go) 

ITINERARY: You can choose pick up and delivery facilities to the hotel at a cost of 40 Euros / pax / way. You can also add Pre Accommodation facilities at a cost of 100 Euros / pax.

HARI 1: Budapest → Zagreb (350 km) 

In the morning, you will take an extraordinary journey to the Croatian capital, Zagreb. It was once the location of a major war, but antique buildings are still well maintained. This ancient city is full of beautiful Gothic architecture, beautifully crafted decorations. If you go to a Local Restaurant to enjoy Mediterranean cuisine and a cup of locally produced wine, as well as local wisdom that can not be doubted, the City of Zagreb will definitely be an extraordinary experience. You will visit city attractions such as the Zagreb Cathedral, Ban Jelačić Square and the Church of St. Mark Stay overnight in Zagreb or the nearest city.

HARI 2: Zagreb → Taman Nasional Danau Plitvice → Zadar(275 km) 

Today you will enjoy a Tour to the Lake Plitvice National Park, known as Jiuzhaigou Europe. This place consists of 16 lakes that have waterfalls, footpaths and hiking trails. In the dense mountains, the layer of travertine barrier becomes a natural dam, so it is dubbed as a fairytale lake. Water that is rich in calcium carbonate has a special silver color, like a mirror that radiates trees on its surface and forms small crystals, the view is truly amazing. Surrounded by trees, lakes make for a perfect calm atmosphere. Stay overnight in Zadar or the nearest town.

HARI 3: Zadar → Split → Neum (322 km) 

After breakfast, you enter the ancient city of Zadar. The city has a thick religious atmosphere, still preserves rat streets and classic buildings from the middle ages. Here you are like going back to the past. Close to the edge of the sea, you can see the beauty of the sea with direct sunlight, really amazing. Then you will head to Split, the second largest city in Croatia. The city has many ancient Roman-style buildings, which are more than 1,700 years old. The most famous are the ruins of the Diocletian Palace, which was built in the fourth century AD. Stay overnight in Neum or the nearest city.

HARI 4: Neum → Dubrovnik → Neum (150 km

Nobel Prize-winning writer Bernard Shaw once said: "If you want to see heaven on earth, come to Dubrovnik". This statement is no exaggeration because Dubrovnik is a place where people can fall in love at first sight. Don't miss exploring the seaside town that inspired Miyazaki's great work 'Witch Delivery Service', and become 'King's Landing' in Game of Thrones! You see famous places: the old city, the city walls, the defense tower, the Chancellor's Palace, and the Franciscan Monastery. You can take a cable car to ride on the mountain and admire the beauty of the city. Your heaven day on earth ends with a night in Neum or the nearest town.

HARI 5: Neum → Počitelj → Blagaj → Mostar → Sarajevo (186 km) 

The Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina is today's Main Destination. Both are one of six former Yugoslav socialist republics. Today's first stop is Počitelj, a rapidly developing medieval fortress village, which has now been recorded in the List of World Cultural Heritage. You can also see stunning Blagaj with its Dervish Monastery located on a 200-meter high cliff surrounded by clear streams. Then you will head to the ancient city of Mostar, to cross the majestic ancient arched bridges and capture beautiful views on both sides of the river. After visiting this location, dubbed as the city of poetry and ancient paintings, you return to your hotel and stay in Sarajevo or the nearest city.

HARI 6: Sarajevo → Vinkovci (220 km) 

Sarajevo was once the main gateway to enter Eastern Europe. Sarajevo is known for the tolerance and diversity of religions and cultures, having a very different European feel. As if being reborn after a fire, it was recently chosen by the Lonely Planet website as one of the ten most popular travel destinations in the world. Its deep historical traces, which include the assassination on the Latin Bridge that led to the First World War, and the "Meeting of the Sarajevo Cultural Lines" on the ground, can still be found in the Old City. The rebirth and transformation of Sarajevo is reflected in the modern architecture of the new city. After the visit, you cross the border to Croatia. Stay overnight in Vinkovci or the nearest city.

HARI 7: Budapest → Zagreb (350 km) 

Leave in the morning and return to Hungary - you visit Pecs. Located between Danube and Drava, this is one of the most attractive cities in Hungary, with a friendly climate and a long history. Pecs is also equipped with incredible museums and the best Turkish ruins are also found in this country. PECS is known for music, opera, and ballet. Highlight is the Pécs Cathedral which towers above the central Szent István Square. You are escorted back to Budapest in the afternoon and dropped into the Hotel Group (Post Accommodation)

- On the last day you will be dropped at the Hotel Group and there are no lodging facilities (Post Accommodation)
- Pre Accomodation and Post Accomodation Facility fees are respectively
- 100 Euros / room each
- The cost of delivery or pickup facilities from the airport to the hotel or vice versa is 40 Euros / Trip / person
 3/4 star International Standard Hotel
 Breakfast Every Morning
 International Tour Bus / SIC Coach English Speaking Tour Guide

 Flight Tickets
 Schengen Visa
 Tips & Guide Driver
 Optional Tour  City Tax / Entrance
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