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Small Group Plitvice Lakes Full Day Sightseeing Tour
We will meet at the entrance of the National Park and start our tour exploring the Lower Lakes and magnificent Big Waterfall. We will follow the path that leads across the Lakes and waterfalls until we reach the P3 station. Here we will take a small rest.""Explore the UNESCO protected National Park Plitvice Lakes in a small group. Find out the story of the Black Queen and how she created 16 lakes and thousand of waterfalls.title=Highlights&1=Informative%2C+friendly+and+professional+guide&2=Enjoy+a+day+away+from+the+hustle+and+bustle+of+the+city"""Plitvička Jezera Croatia"
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Plitvice National Park Full-Day Tour from Zadar
"Departing from Zadar at 8:15am you will drive for about 1 hour and 45 minutes before reaching Plitvice National Park home to diverse flora and fauna including wild boar wolves and even bears. Granted UNESCO World Heritage status in 1979 Plitvice is located roughly halfway between Zagreb and Zadar. Marked on old maps as the Devil’s Garden
From EUR66.00
 
Plitvice Private Excursion from Dubrovnik
"Founded in 1949 the oldest National Park in Southeast Europe and largest and most famous in Croatia Plitvice National Park is a shrine of nature that can't be missed.  Located in central Croatia this UNESCO protected area is visited by over 1.2 million people annually. With 18km of marked trails through unspoiled nature and countryside 78 meter high waterfalls and beautiful color-changing lakes there is plenty to see at Plitvice National Park.Arriving in the early afternoon hours after a pleasant drive in your vehicle from Dubrovnik and a short break
From EUR669.00

More Local Customs in Republika Srpska

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Traditional Dances

Kolo (Cyrillic: ????) is popular collective folk dance. It is part of many Slavic cultures. There is various styles of dance. Preservation of folk dance is part of our heritage and is popularized by...
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One more national holiday and non-working day is 9th May. It is Victory Day and Day of Europe or how we say it here Day of victory against fascism. On 9th May city and municipality administration...
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Hospitality

Hospitality is very important in culture of all Balkans nations. It is also and question of personal pride and honor. People here in country are very friendly and socialization are big and important...
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Use only national currency

In every store in Bosnia and Herzegovina in use is only national currency call Convertible Mark abbreviation KM (Serbian Cyrillic:...
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Working hours during winter holidays

Winter is time of biggest celebration and interesting cultural events and manifestation. This is also and time of official public holidays and that is also and non-working days. Usually there is...
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Subtitles on TV

Like TV, no problem?! Here is in use a subtitles. So, this is good opportunity to even start learn Serbian language, subtitles help me to learn English. And cinema too is subtitle and you won’t be...
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Three!

Be careful, both men and women show their affection with three kisses on the alternate cheeks. Otherwise, someone will tell you: "God helps three times". Three is, in some way, national sign. All...
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Take your shoes off!

It will be expected to take off your shoes! They make sure that it will be protected and it will not leave it in front of door then inside.Some people don't care too much especially if they don't have...
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New years celebration

Winter here is not always followed with snow and snowing activity but there is plenty of holidays that always make this season very attractive for visitors. In fact, I considered this time of years to...
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Grandfather Frost and presents

Favorite children memories about New Years celebration, beside presents are Grandfather Frost (Djed mraz). True is that many young children is at first scared by poor costumed guy that evidently not...
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Working hours during Easter holiday

Easter is biggest holiday for Christian but also and time of official public holidays and that is also and non-working days for entire Republika Srpska. All students are on spring holidays.Here...
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Christmas Market

Majority of people in Republika Srpska is Christian Orthodox and celebrate Christmas on 7th January. Our Christmas decoration are very simple and traditional. Lots of brown dry tree branches. The tree...
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Winter working hours

From 1st October every year restaurants in Banja Luka regardless of the type and where is located (in residential and commercial buildings) it starts winter working hours from 7 am to 11 pm.Winter...
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Paying the bills

Don’t be surprised if someone call you for a lunch or dinner and pay all. It’s a custom here. Even if their salaries are too small, people won't let their guests to pay anything. They don’t pay they...
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Popular Cities in Republika Srpska

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Banja Luka

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Top Hotels in Republika Srpska

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Mladena Stojanovica 123, Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Vidovdanska bb, 74101
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Cvjetni trg 1, Trebinje, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Jovana Ducica 3, Bijeljina, 76 300, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Jahorina, 71420, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Petra Jokica, Banja Vrucica, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Top Things to Do in Republika Srpska

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Imperial road

Monument to fallen soldiers of WWII or known as Monument to fallen soldiers of National Liberation Struggle (Spomenik palim borcima Narodno oslobodilachke borbe or NOB) is located in city center. In...
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The Memorial Complex

Toll cross above church at the north entrance to Doboj are part of memorial complex. The monument was build in 1938 (together with Orthodox church) in memory of the victims of the Doboj camp in the...
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Ethno Village Stanisici

Church dedicated to Saint Nicolas is Serbian Orthodox church. It is central attraction and one of oldest part of complex. It is nicely located in the middle of complex with approach from all three...
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Walking

Vrucica is wider area know for its spa complex which made it famous. The popular area covers and area that surrounds the central healing spa complex with four hotels and hospitals and diagnostic and...
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Main Street - Pedestrian Zone

Central place of interesting in Prijedor is its downtown. This is long pedestrian zone within center. It looks a bit on Gospodska street in Banja Luka and even more on main pedestrian zone in Brcko....
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Christ the Savior Church

I loved this church built in Neo-Byzantine style (also known as Byzantine Revival) at first sight, more than anything else in Banja Luka, and had the opportunity to visit it inside where many...
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