Transfer from Dubrovnik
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Departure from Dubrovnik
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Estimated arrival to Shkoder
12:42h

Trip duration: 222min

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Places you can visit along the way

Quality photo of Tvrdos Monastery - Bosnia and Herzegovina

Tvrdos Monastery
Bosnia and Herzegovina

75 min

One should visit Tvrdos Monastery for at least two amazing reasons: the beautiful 15th century Serbian Orthodox Monastery and the wine the monks produce here.... The Monastery is built on foundations of the Roman Church dating all the way back to the 4th century. The church has a glass floor, which is like a “window to past” because through it, foundations of the old Roman church can be seen. As for the wines, it is enough to know that today the monks produce world’s award-winning wines. Private tours of the church and its beautiful garden as well as the wine cellars are available.

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Homeland War Museum
Croatia

105 min

If you are visiting Dubrovnik, you’ll most probably take the cable care to Mount Srd to enjoy the spectacular panoramic views of the majestic town.... So, while you’re there why not visiting also the Homeland War Museum located in one wing of Fort Imperial, which is the symbol of the defense of Dubrovnik during the Croatian War for Independence. The exhibition displays around 500 exhibits like documents, photographs, weapons, maps, authentic recordings, and video recordings mainly focused on Dubrovnik in the Croatian War of Independence, but also about the history of Fort Imperial. This museum provides a detailed insight into aggression on Dubrovnik when out-manned, and outgunned, Croatian forces weathered months of heavy bombardment.

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Mes Bridge
Albania

60 min

It was Kara Mahmud Bushati who first sought out the workers for this magnificent bridge to be constructed, soon realizing the grandeur of the project... and breaking it into two phases. The first one involved the center arch, while the next one focused on smaller arches and the completion of 108 meter long structure. The bridge gives its visitors a unique glimpse into the Ottoman architecture and style, along with a stunning landscape itself.

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Trebinje
Bosnia and Herzegovina

75 min

With its mild Mediterranean climate, friendly and warm people, and unique architecture, Trebinje oozes that charm that is simply irresistible. It is a perfect day... trip from nearby Dubrovnik or Mostar, or a perfect slow-paced weekend getaway. Trebinje has a rich history thus many historical sites, monuments, churches and monasteries.

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Podgorica
Montenegro

105 min

The capital of Montenegro is rich in history since it has been continuously inhabited since the Illyrian and Roman eras. The basis of today’s Podgorica... is a riverfront village built by the Slavic tribes, on the remains of ancient Roman hamlet. Since then, it was ruled by different governs from Turks to the Austro-Hungarians, thus different influences can be observed in its structure. Having a reputation as a party city, Podgorica is proud of its vibrant cafés/bars/restaurants culture.

Quality photo of Ostrog Monastery - Montenegro

Ostrog Monastery
Montenegro

75 min

Ostrog Monastery is located on an almost vertical cliff and constructed within two large caves in a way that it seems almost like growing out... from the magnificent mountain. It was founded in 1665 by Vasilije, the Metropolitan Bishop of Herzegovina. This Serbian Orthodox church actually consists of Lower and Upper Monasteries, with the first one being located 2 km below the main shrine i.e. the Upper Monastery. Although this pilgrimage site attracts a great multitude of visitors every year, it still remains an utterly affecting place that is widely believed to have miraculous powers.