March 28th, 2011 The tour operator Nortravel promotes a circuit for combining the countries Slovenia and Croatia. Departing on the 24th of April (Lisbon and Oporto), the itinerary is passing through the cities of Split, Dubrovnik, Lagos Olitvice, Opatika, Potosjna, Zagreb and Ljubljana.
The program also has a guide to speak Portuguese and local guides during visits to caves at Postojna, the cities of Split, Dubrovnik, Ljubljana and Zagreb, as well as provides the inputs to different museums and palaces. The flights , taxes, transfers, hotels with breakfast are also included, plus four dinners and four lunches.
Prices start at 1, 453 Euros are per person in double room. for departures from Porto, we have to pay a supplement of 25 Euros.
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