Former Yugoslavia tour

Former Yugoslavia tour

Idea of this tour is to introduce you to the history of country which fell apart more than 20 years ago. Follow the traces of comunism through Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia, meet the four capital cities, discover details about life of the big ruler marsal Tito world- known politician and leader. We will take critical and objective view on history and learn about social, political, and economic ideology of communism on Balkan area. In 15 days we have connected three different states and seven major cities. We will learn about the culture, customs, pass through presence… taste traditional cousine! Educational and fun, unusual and original, friendly and not touristic, that’s what makes this trip unique!


Croatian capital Zagreb is the cultural and historical heart of the country. It prides in its centuries old city center decorated with numerous baroque churches, palaces, and sacred and mystical localities. All of the locations tell a story of a city with a long and intriguing history, which has been reinvented into a bustling modern city. 

The sites of Zagreb cathedral, colorful St Mark’s Church and mystical Stone Gate will tell a story of a city once united in its diversity. However, the peak of the visit will be to see how Zagreb lives today. The visit to Dolac, the main open city market, will show the true soul of the city, the colorful stands, authentic produce and charismatic sellers will make this visit unforgettable.

Finally, to seal the whole Zagreb experience, we will sit down and share stories over a cup of strong coffee while watching the world go by. This is, as you will see, a favorite past time activity among the locals, who flock to numerous Zagreb cafes every day.

The visit to Kumrovec, a small village in north of Croatia, will be your chance to learn more about recent history and to give you an insight of how people used to live in the rural 19th century Croatia. Although the village prides in being the birthplace of the most famous Yugoslavian statesman Josip Broz Tito, it is also a unique example of an open museum displaying rural customs and traditional crafts.

Pula is a seaside city in Croatia the most famous for preserving the magnificent ancient Roman amphitheater – Arena, one of the six largest surviving Roman arenas in the world. To stand inside this colossal architectural wonder will be the experience that will stick with you forever. However, Pula offers so much more, to walk along the ancient paved streets alongside Medieval and Renaissance buildings will provide a trip back in time and an experience to remember.

Pula is also an ideal harbor to reach the magnificent national park Brijuni. A group of fourteen small islands, characterized by shocking biological diversity will be a breathtaking sight. The whole archipelago is an open type national park which is best explored with a train, providing a chance to see numerous exotic animals freely frolicking around the mesmerizing natural views. Famous for their beauty, the islands were also a favorite holiday resorts of numerous political and show business figures, who enjoyed the lavish lifestyle at this decadent national park.

When visiting Croatia, there is one place that cannot be missed - the National Park Plitvice. One of the first locations in the world to be declared as a World Heritage by UNESCO, this heaven on earth is nestled between mountains, consisting out of sixteen lakes filled with crystal water and connected with numerous cascades and astonishing waterfalls. It is a place where you become one with the nature and realize how beautiful the nature can be. Exploring the park on foot and by boat will be a once in a lifetime experience. We will continue our tour to visit Rastoke, a small picturesque village surrounded by old-fashioned water mills and waterfalls, followed by a comforting traditional lunch. Fulfilled and relaxed, after this tour you will be ready to further explore what Croatia has to offer.

Among the natural beauty, Croatia also hid a genius. Nikola Tesla, the world famous inventor, was raised in a small Croatian village Smiljan. The village showed its appreciation by creating a unique museum which showcases all the inventions and experiments of this brilliant mind. You will be astonished by all the things he created, that today we cannot imagine our life without.

The urban legend says that the most beautiful girls, the best cuisine and the most beautiful sea in Croatia is all located in one city – the breathtaking Split. The ancient palaces fused with modern architecture, relaxed lifestyle, traditional and modern cuisine, amazing seaside, and amazing nightlife, Split has everything you might desire.

Right across the busy and exciting Split, there is a calm haven – the Vis Island. The furthest inhabited island from the mainland, it offers you a chance to completely unwind. The unusual history of the island, that has been isolated for most of its existence, gives you a chance to see the true and untouched beauty of nature. However, because it was used as a military zone for many years there are numerous interesting military locations, which of course we will give you a chance to explore. Vis is still relatively “off the map” location in Croatia, and it provides the most unique experience that you can get, with its heavenly beaches, relaxed atmosphere, amazing Mediterranean cuisine and unusual history it is a must see place in Croatia.

Moving to the south of Croatia, we will arrive to Omiš. A city once known for their infamous pirates has profiled in a place where all adrenaline junkies feel right at home. Situated on the Cetina river, surrounded with massive mountains and astonishing nature it gives you chance to experience the adrenaline filled activities such as the famous zip line over the breathtaking canyon or an adventurous kayak ride down the river. Excitement, adventure and mesmerizing nature, Omiš has it all.

No words will ever be enough to describe Dubrovnik, and no pictures will ever be sufficient to grasp its allure. Situated at the southernmost tip of Croatia, this enchanting city is surrounded by ancient city walls protecting its historical and cultural value. However, today this Mediterranean jewel has been turned into a luxurious vacation spot, which prides itself as one of the most desirable holiday destinations in the world. While observing the city from the Srđ Mountain, walking the charming medieval city streets, and enjoying the unique atmosphere, you will understand why Dubrovnik is the most desirable destination in the world and a place you will always want to come back.

Situated on the picturesque Neretva River, Mostar is an ancient Bosnian city, with a rich and colorful history. It is also a place you will see the most recognizable landmark in Bosnia and an exemplary piece of Islamic architecture - The Old Bridge. Connecting two opposing parts of the city, the bridge is as historically important as it is breathtaking.

Sarajevo is famous for its  religious diversity. For centuries Islam, Catholicism, Orthodoxy and Judaism are  coexisting here. It features architectural mixture of Ottoman and Austro Hungarian buildings. The antique main alley Baršćaršija filled with flags gives a Turkish touch to the street. Mountains Bjelašnica and Jahorina barely 30 km away offer some of Europe's best-value skiing.

Drvengrad village is located in the Zlatibor district , two hundred kilometers southwest of Serbia's capital, Belgrade. Village is built by excentric filmmaker Emir Kusturica in 2002 for his film Life is a Miracle . His dream was to build a cinema school, to develop agro-tourism in this area, to give a second life to the many kilometres of railways built for film… It is now done, with also a church, a hotel, a restaurant, shops, and guest houses. Kusturica once said”… I dream of an open place with cultural diversity which sets up against globalization.” (Emir Kusturica, July 2004)  .

Belgrade  is the capital and largest city of Serbia. It is located at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers, where the Pannonian  Plain meets the Balkans. Tourist sights are located in a relatively small part of the city . River Sava is a natural divider between its two parts: the right bank is where Belgrade's historic centre is, around ancient fortress Kalemegdan and Knez Mihajlova street  where the most important tourist sites are. Other part is  New Belgrade neighbourhoods. Savamala quarter is the old riverside and is the city's creative headquarters. Deeper in Belgrade's inside interior quaters are museums guarding the cultural, religious and military heritage of the country, Josip Broz Tito and other figures of the past.
















Former Yugoslavia tour – traces of  communism

Idea of this tour is to introduce you to the history of country which fell apart more than 20 years ago. Follow the traces of comunism through Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia, meet the four capital cities, discover details about life of the big ruler marsal Tito world- known politician and leader. We will take critical and objective view on history and learn about social, political, and economic ideology of communism on Balkan area. In 15 days we have connected three different states and seven major cities. We will learn about the culture, customs, pass through presence… taste traditional cousine! Educational and fun, unusual and original, friendly and not touristic, that’s what makes this trip unique!



Day 1. Zagreb

Arrival in Zagreb. Our tour guide will wait for you in the hostel with a welcome drink, so we could all get to know each other, relax and start our adventure! After accommodation in the hostel, we have a tour around Zagreb with guide who lives here for years and knows every little secret about Zagreb life. We’ll take a walk around the city center and hear stories, facts, myths and legends about the city, its historical characters, celebrities and all about the culture of living in Zagreb. The bare center consist off  Ban Jelačić square, Tkalčićeva street, Dolac open market, Zagreb cathedral, the longest street Ilica that stretches along Ban Jelačić square and gives the town romantic touch. Tkalčićeva street is allways full and loud  no materr is it day or night, you hear the sounds of music mix with laughter and cheering round tables. Ban Jelačić Square stands at the centre of Zagreb’s social life, it is focus point of all sorts of events, and the most popular meeting points are “under the clock” or “under the horse’s tail”. In the heart of the town is Dolac openmarket,  colorfull, with wide selection of fresh sezonal products. Your evening is reserved for tasty dinner and hanging in one of the many bars in crowded city center. Zagreb has all qualities of  modern European town but yet strongly features it’s character through tradition and nature.

DAY 2. Zagreb – “Old Village” Museum Kumrovec- Kraneamus Krapina Neanderthal museum-Trakošćan Castle

Second day of your stay is full loaded with three interesting locations. We are going to visit region Zagorje that is about an hour away from Zagreb. On this tour we'll learn interesting facts about The politician and leader who left an indelible mark in this region, and in the world - marshal Tito. We are going to visit his home village Kumrovec, open museum and only one of that type in Croatia. After amazing introduction in Tito’s life we will continue to another wonder - Kraneamus Krapina Neanderthal Museum.  It  is a great labyrinth of learning about prehistoric times, the long geological history of Earth, revealing the evolution of life. If you surched for something challenging and misterious this is the right place for you! For the and of todays journey we left the most popular castle in Croatia, Trakošćan castle ! Departure for Zagreb is at evening hours. Overnight in Zagreb.

Day 3 . Pula

After breakfast we must hit the road, and you will love it, we are heading to the sea! In direction of town Pula, and along the way there are some surprises that we prepared for you! At early afternoon we arrive in town Pula . Situated at the southern tip of the Istria penninsula it is the largest city of peninsula. After settling in accommodation we will get to know this town a bit better, try to feel it's energy. You will feel the Italian influence and even people on the street talking Italian. Most of the monuments dating from the roman time and indispensable part is Roman Amphiteater - Arena. Pula is town of “alternatives”, city of world known festivals and concerts, one of the most known are Pula Film Festival and Outlook festival. Subcultures strongly live here, every corner of the town has its own story. You just feel the urge to sit close to the golden Gate temple in the bare center and drink the cold beer. Evening is also reserved for sightseeing Pula's clubs or festivals if we find ourselves in a period when they are held. Overnight is in Pula.

DAY 4. Pula – Fažana – National Park Brijuni – Cape Kamenjak

In the morning the guide explaines you the concept of the day, and after breakfast it is time for departure. On our list is the visit to The National park  Brijuni. Brijuni are a group of fourteen small islands in the Croatian part of the northern Adriatic sea. In general they consist of Large and small Brijun which are usually visited. We will pass the islands safari park in the small train watching animals that are freely walking around, by the Bizantine castrum, Roman residential villa, …pay a visit to one more Tito‘s residence. Commenting on a leisurely life of this former statesman and in that leisurely spirit take the lunch in one of Fažanas popular restaurant. The day is young, the energy is at its peak and the visiting list is long, but the rest of the day is reserved for swimming and sunbathing! We are going to Cape Kamenjak protected landscape, at the most southern tip of Istria. There are plenty of rocky beaches here that are not crowded. There are no campsites on this cape, hotels or any other type of structure because of lot endemic plant species. How far can human creativity go you will see in Safari bar on Cape Kamenjak that is built out of natural materials. in past 20 years it became a cult beach bar located in one of the most beautiful beach.  At evening we are experiencing Pula's clubs or festival if we find ourselves in time when it is held. Overnight is in Pula.

DAY 5. Plitvice National Park – Rastoke watermill village

Today we are leaving this magnificent peninsula and driving little more to the continent and in about three hours we arrive in Plitvice. We’ll visit the most beautiful parts of the park, take a ride with a train and cruise by little boat around the lakes and waterfalls, enjoy the stunning nature and realize why Plitvice Lakes are the world known attraction on UNESCO list! Afterwards  we’re continuing with exploring this area and visiting one small place Rastoke, nearby Plitvice. Rastoke are small watermill village - magical place where nature and human have worked hand in hand to create a beautiful scenery.  When the night falls we’ll be heading to one of the local restaurant where tasty trout will be waiting for us. Overnight on Plitvice

DAY 6. Nikola Tesla Memorial Museum - Split

Departure from Plitvice is in the morning hours. This region of Lika has given the world famous scientist, the one who mortgage the World with his discoveries, the great mind Nikola Tesla. He was born near Plitvice in small village Smiljan. He grew up in simple life conditions, spent hours on playing and jumping over green fields of Smiljan, playing with his sisters and studying animal and nature world around him. Museum in Smiljan is built in his honour, exhibition includes some of his experiments  and autobiography. In one hour you will find out some more facts about his work and life and start to understand life from another angle. After museum we are heading to the south, it would be shame to leave Lika region and not to try likas lamb! We will stop around town Gospić and have a lunch! After delicious meal our next stop is town Split. Tired and full of impressions we are going in our hostel. It's hard to resist Splits nightlife, so those who have energy will be completely satisfied with what it has to offer. Overnight in Split.

DAY 7 Split -Vis

Split is the biggest town on Adriatic coastline. Not only the biggest, but also the most beautiful, the best, not only in Croatia, but in the whole world – according to the locals. And we’ll make sure they’re right! It has everything: enviable architectural beauty, monuments dating from middle ages to the modern era. The fish market and bazaar in center of the town between monuments gives special charm to the city, just like the port and promenade that are always crowded with people.

Early in the morning we are departing for island Vis. This island is one of the less explored and less touristic than other islands in Adriatic sea. It served as a military base for the Yugoslav National Army, almost fourty years cut off from foreign visitors resulted with isolation. This way island was preserved from development and it was undepopulated many years. One of the reasons that we picked this island is nature and peace . Upon arrival we will have small degustation in bar near beach, highly recommended from locals, and with the glass of good wine make praiseworthy introduction. Rest of the day is free and plan is to enjoy in the turquoise blue sea . Overnight is on Vis.

DAY 8. Vis-  Komiža - Biševo - Blue cave – Split

Today is the right day to discover a real meaning of the word “beauty”. Lazy and  acclimated on Dalmatian term of  quicknes , we will take just basic things from which towel and swimsuit are mandatory. From town Vis we are going to the place Komiža, just across the Island. From there we will embark on boat for small island Biševo and visit the Blue Cave. It's ethernal beauty is indescribable. When the sunlight reflectes through the sea floor bathes the entire cave in aquamarine light, while objects in the water shimmer. Nature inspires us again and again and makes life more beautiful. This day is beautiful also, we have enough time to explore Biševo and swim in blue crystal sea. In late afternoon goes our last connection to Vis island, and from Vis our connection to Split. Catapulted from peace and quietness to the cities bustle seems like we have never left. Night is young  and  Splits nightlife is tempting! overnight is in Split.

DAY  9. Split – Omiš – Dubrovnik

We are still in Split but packing the luggage and absorbing the last scenes of this big port city, with impressive architecture, crowd on the riva , people drinking coffee and waveing with hands in the heat of the conversation…this scenery is real patchwork of life! Split is worth of visiting again! Soon! It is time to move on, half an hour from Split is town Omiš. It has rich pirate history dating since 12th century, which is still visible on city’s monuments and fortress above the city. City of Omiš is literally cut in mouth of the Cetina River, belt with the huge natural cliffs and it is definitely one of the places on Adriatic coast worth visiting. Lunch will be in the restaurant at a very beginning of the canyon, where the river and the sea meet! After lunch we continue our trip to the town Dubrovnik. Air smells of the sea and salt, slow breeze blows, sunset is orange and life is a miracle. At evening we are already settled in our hostel planning todays evening schedule. Overnight is in  Dubrovnik.

DAY 10. Dubrovnik – Stolac – Blagaj – Mostar

In the morning we are going in the center of old town of Dubrovnik on sightseeing. It  is not important weather  you have seen Dubrovnik before or you are visiting it for the first time, it is not important if it is crowded, and hard to get through hundred of visitors. When you set eyes on the old town and main street Stradun the 300-yard-long promenade that runs through the heart of Dubrovnik's Old Town - your time capsule will be activated. Nothing can distract you to absorb this beauty and enjoy in it. It's hard to avoid feeling of the awe and admiration. City walls , Minčeta tower, Pile gate…the wonders are racking up  one after another! After sightseeing you have free time to expolore by yourself . Around early afternoon we will continue to our next stop in Bosnia and Hercegovina and for the first time step into the another country territory. On our way to Mostar stops are planned in Stolac -here are preserved material testimonies about urban life through the period longer over 3,500 years, and small town Blagaj where we will visit the Dervish house on Buna spring and have refreshment in beautiful environment. Arrival at Mostar is at evening. Overnight is in Mostar.

DAY 11 . Mostar – Sarajevo

Day before ,we arrived tired and desperate for good night sleep, but this morning jungle avanturist is steady and ready to concure the last bite of balcan region. You will fall in love with its warm and sensitive people. The Call on good Turkish coffee and very sweet cakes is common thing to do in Bosnia and Hercegovina, the neighbours, the friends, the strangers…everybody is invited! We will slide through the town center, involve all senses not to miss a single thing. Guide will tell you the story about the  highlight of Mostar- The Old bridge over the Neretva river. Its pale stone arch testifies about the long, hard history . Bridge has allways been in the focus, played its role, suffered many changes. Later on we will find a well positioned café to look at it as long as possible. Around noon despite our efforts to prolonge meditation in this beautiful town, it is time to drive to Sarajevo. It takes about three hours to the heart of Bosnia! Sarajevo- it is like we are visiting an old friend!  History has been unkind to this city. Historical turbulences of political and cultural kind left traces on nowdays life,  this resulted with multi-cultural integration. But all disasters and unfortune didn’t break Bosnian spirit! They accept life very simple, and their mentality is their treasure. Spine of the center is Barščaršija, old part of the town built in Ottoman period. On your walk through you will feel the heart beat of the city, learn all about crafts, traditions, local food. Indispensable ritual is to try čevapi or burek! Overnight is in Sarajevo.

Sarajevo  - Višegrad – Drvengrad

DAY 12. Morning is busy due to our final Sarajevo tour in duration of 2-3 hours. On Sarajevo tour we will see some main attractions and war reminders. Around noon is departure for Višegrad. Here we will see few attractions but two main are Bridge on the Drina and Andrictown. Bridge on Drina is built in 16 century by  Mehmet Paša Sokolović .The structure was immortalised in Ivo Andrić's classic Bridge on the Drina . It is a vivid depiction of the suffering history of Bosnia  and its people, from the late 16th century to the beginning of World War I. Ivo Andrić was distinguished novelist and diplomat, he was awarded Nobel Prize for Literature. We are going to visit Andrictown as well. It is a cultural and tourist complex. In Andrictown we will  have lunch. This town is a project of a famous film director Emir Kusturica. Town is architecture mix of different eras and it will be delightfull to discover all the peaces of it! Just half an hour drive  from Višegrad  across the border is Drvengrad, it is a traditional village that was also built by Serbian film director Emir Kusturica, for his film Life Is a Miracle. Drvengrad is Emir Kusturica imaginary town  transformed into reality, his excentric personality  is strong enough to name locations in the town such as: Diego Maradona’s square, Ingmar Bergman street, Bruce Lee street, towns prison “Humanism and the Renaissance”. Fascinated with this crazy idea and still under the impression of Drvengrad we are going into our accommodation nearby. Overnight is in Mokra Gora.

Day 13 Mokra Gora – Užice museum - Belgrade

Day thirtheen, satisfied and relaxed. We overnight in Mokra Gora, place located three minutes by car from Drvengrad situated on the slopes of mountain Tara. Everything is peacefull here, this is location of dozen mineral healing springs. Architects of Drvengrad do not hide the fact that the inspiration for the project is copied from old wooden houses of Mokra Gora. Let us mention one more attraction- The Šargan eight, it’s  is a narrow gauge heritage railway  running from the village of Mokra Gora to Sargan Vitasi station.

After all this excitements we are continuing our route and looking forward to finally reach Belgrade, the biggest city on our trip, main town of Srbija and former Jugoslavija.  On our way to Belgrade we will stop in museum of Užice town, and from professional curator find out everything about "Republic of Užice" a short-lived liberated Yugoslav territory and the first liberated territory in World War II. Around the late afternoon we are entering Belgrade. Impatiently looking at the town scenes through the windows of the car. We will accommodate in the hostel and start exploring Belgrade. Overnight is in Belgrade.

DAY 14.  Belgrade – free walking tour – communist tour- exploring the city

After breakfast  our journey continues, free Belgrade walking tour  starts in the morning, it will amaze you and the guides are probably among the best ones you have ever had. We will explore the center -  lively pedestrian boulevard : Knez Mihailova street ,Belgrade fortress, Republic square, Skadarlija street…and in the mood of curious spirit we continue with Communist tour. Knowledge and passion of our guide transforms this sightseeing in time travel journey. Communist tour includes stories about former Yugoslavia, World War II, Tito's life, „Youth relay baton“, nonaligned movement, conflicts of the nineties, NATO bombing of Serbia and Montenegro in 1999 and democratic changes at the beginning of the third millennium. You will get interesting souvenir to remember this fascinating afternoon. In the evening we will have dinner in one of the modern quirky restaurants and continue with the pub crawl. Colour of Belgrade energy is definitely read , it bursts with fun! Overnight is in Belgrade.

DAY 15 . Belgrade – Zagreb return

Everything must come to an and ,and our tour ends here in this unique city. We are all happy that we had a chance to meet each other and  to share 15 days of an unforgettable trip. Those who did’t catch the freewalking tour the previous day, can make it today. Those who are going back with us to Zagreb have some free time to enjoy the city a bit more. Big and wide smiles are on our faces, Negotiations for the next jungle trip are in progress, We are exchanging addresses, mobile numbers, pictures and can’t  wait to meet again.

See you all on next jungle adventure!!!








Price of arrangement per person:

From  1.180,00 euros 

Tour is created for smaller groups

Tour dates: 27.05. - 10.06. , 07.07.-21.07., 16.08.-30.08. , 15.09.-29.09

 Price of Arrangement includes

  • Organisation and guiding according to plan and programme
  • Transfers and all transfer expences according to the programme
  • Overnight in multi bedrooms – dorms* in hostels and breakfast - according to programme
  • Excursions, guiding and tickets for : Zagreb center guiding, Kumrovec Old village museum, Krapina Kraneamus museum, Trakošćan castle, Brijuni national park, Plitvice National park, Memorial museum of Nikola Tesla, Degustation on island Vis, Visit to Biševo island and Blue Cave, Drvengrad entrance, Užice museum, Communist tour of Belgrade

Price of arrangement does NOT include:

  • Other meals during the day ( except breakfast ), Agency will  provided time for meals and advise locations according to guest's wishes 
  • All other activities which are planned by Guest and are not part of the programme
  • Return to Zagreb ,30 euros per person



 is in hostels or apartments , in mix dorm bedrooms and most of the time with shared bathrooms. Accommodation depends on group, but on your request agency can provide different configuration of room if there is possibility . 


hostel is sort of facility (board) for people who do not need a special comfort. Rooms are generally less spacious, with more beds, bathroom is usually shared. 

Transfer  is made by the tourist van  with air condition 

Best way is to contact us and we will workout details together !

Payment terms:

 Payment must be made immediately upon confirmation of the reservation,  30% of the total amount immediately upon confirmation of the reservation, while the rest of the payment of 70% of the amount should be paid at least 21 days before the beginning of the service. If booking is made within 21 days from the beginning of the service payments than payment must be made immediately upon reservation. Booking fee must be paid per every reservation 5 euros.

  • payement can be made in euros or other currency on following account  IBAN HR5624840081106212173  Raiffeisenbank Austria d.d.
  • confirmation of payement  will be sent on valid e mail adresse
  • transfer expences will be covered by the customer fully

Registrations / reservations

  • we reccomand early reservations due to limited number of participants
  • upon reservation it is obligate to send a scanned the first page of the passport ( page  with the picture)
  • upon contacting agency traveller will get all needed forms and informations


General notes:

  • Tour operator  is Neobična putovanja d.o.o., travel agency
  • Tour operator  reserves the right to change the specific content of the program
  • Tour operator  is not authorized and does not evaluate probity of travel and other documents
  • For all verbally given information agency does not hold responsibility
  • Signatory of the Travel Contract or representative of the group is obligated to present travel program, terms of payment and general terms and conditions for traveling with Neobična putovanja
  • Travelers are obligated to check exact time and place of departure.
  • Traveler is obligated to be familiar with the rules of  behavior of the country and to respect laws of the custom service
  • During transport in buses and minibusses, it is forbidden to smoke, drink alcohol or use drugs
  • Travelers are obligated to stay in the buses on spots which are not predicted for a break (borders, checkpoint stations, pay tolls etc.) in a case of leaving the bus on these spots without previous agreement with tour guide traveler will bear consequences and all the costs he makes.
  • Passenger whose behavior is inadequate and disturbs other passengers or disrupts the drivers or tour guide in work will be immediately excluded from the trip and all the responsibility passes to him, without the right to appeal and refund
  • The passenger is obliged to respect the timetable given by the representatives of travel agencies, otherwise, a representative of the agency has the right to exclude passengers from traveling
  • The toilets are out of use in buses; in accordance with the program, breaks will take place in every 3-4 hours (depending on the location and equipment of gas stations)  so travelers can use of toilets on the stops.
  • The Agency determines the seating arrangement, the meeting point of departure, places and length of the breaks during the trip; by paying the transportation, the passenger accepts all of the above, without the right to object and appeal
  • In case of insufficient number of passengers for the realization of the arrangement or other objective circumstances, the agency informs passengers about the cancellation of the arrangement no later than 7 days before the departure date for multi day trips and 2 days before the departure date for day trips
  • For arrangements that include transport by plane, after buying the air tickets it is impossible to refund and in this case conditions of airlines are applied
  • In the arrangement involving the transport of low-cost airlines, in the case of a flight delay, cancellation or loss of connection passengers are required to pay their the newly created  costs and agency can not influence the circumstances that are beyond its scope
  • The low-cost arrangement price is susceptible to change and after the deposit is paid rates are checked and then price is confirmed to the passenger  
  • The Agency is not responsible for the changes in air connection done by airline company
  • The Agency reserves the right to select the means of transport for transfers and does them to the accommodation if it is physically possible
  • The tour operator reserves the right to change the agreed price before the trip due to changes in currency exchange rates or changes in the tariffs of the carrier and in cases prescribed by law
  •  For this arrangement apply Agency TERMS AND CONDITIONS
  • Notes concerning accommodation:
  • The tour operator, NEOBIČNA PUTOVANJA reserves the right to schedule the rooms, according to the structure of room accommodation facility; if possible, the agency tries to meet the wishes of passengers (please understand, since this is a journey of fun and adventure)
  • The accommodation facilities are entered on the first day of stay in accordance with the rules of the accommodation facility. The most common check-in is in the afternoon (14h or 15h), a check-out is on the last day of stay usually until 10h or 11h.
  • Descriptions of accommodation are informative only. For possible deviations and quality of services in the accommodation facilities, a tour operator is not responsible, because it depends solely on accommodation staff.
  • Some of the additional content of accommodation facility are available at extra cost. There is a possibility of variations and changes concerning the availability of certain content, it solely depends on the properties (eg. Safety deposit box, parking, mini-bar, TV, air conditioning ...)
  • The passenger is obliged to respect the rules of accommodation facility and bears sole responsibility due to sanctions by the staff of accommodation facility

Notes regarding optional trips:

  • Optional trips are not obligatory
  • Dates and prices of optional trips are variable and depend on the terms of free seats, the number of registered passengers and objective circumstances