A journey in which you get to know two countries, three rivers, two capitals, Zagreb and Ljubljana, and as a little plus: the city of Maribor - the center of Styria known for its rich wine culture.
Samobor cream slices (Samoborske kremšnite)
If you are already in this region, it would be a shame not to visit the charming baroque town of Samobor and try the tasty Samobor cream cake. Light yellow cream, made from eggs, milk, sugar and flour, sandwiched between two fluffy puff pastry crusts, is the first connection and a symbol of the city of Samobor.
The queen of all cakes, as it is called in Samobor, according to the decision of the Ministry of Culture and Media on January 18, 2021, the traditional Samobor cake has received the status of an intangible cultural asset and is entered in the register of protected cultural heritage.
- Welcome with our tour guide and information hour
- Welcome drink
- 4x overnight stay with buffet breakfast
- 4x buffet dinner
- City tour of Ljubljana
- City tour Maribor
- City tour Zagreb
- 1 x wine tasting in Maribor
DAY 1: Arrival. Welcome drink with our tour guide
DAY 2: Zagreb - capital of Croatia
Zagreb lies on the Sava River under the protection of the Medvednica Mountains and is one of the most fascinating metropolises in Europe.
Lovers of architecture and art will get their money's worth here. In addition to the magnificent buildings of the k. u. k. Monarchy can have beautiful structures
of baroque and classicism can be admired. Magnificent churches and palaces, winding streets, famous squares and countless cafés characterize
the romantic cityscape ... You will learn this and much more about the thousand-year-old and diverse history on a guided tour through this fascinating city.
DAY 3: Ljubljana - capital of Slovenia
Ljubljana is a city with a green soul on the Ljubljanica River.
The residents and numerous visitors say that Ljubljana is a city made to measure for people. Although Ljubljana is among the medium-sized European
Capitals count, it retains the friendliness of a smaller city, but at the same time it owns everything that large capitals have.
DAY 4: Maribor - as a small plus
Maribor on the Drava - the old vine in Maribor is the oldest living specimen of the noble grapevine on the planet that still bears fruit.
With over 400 years it is registered in the Guiness Book of Records as the oldest grapevine in the world.
The old vine symbolizes the rich wine culture of Maribor, Styria and Slovenia. Maribor is the center of Styria and the second largest Slovenian city.
We round off this trip with a nice wine tasting.
DAY 5: Journey home
You can also visit these beautiful cities during Advent