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Regular fee

(included accommodation in the dormitory)

900 EUR

Payment deadline

15  June 2024

Regular fee

(without accommodation in the dormitory)


Payment deadline

15 June 2024

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George Bernard Shaw said: “Those who seek paradise on Earth should come to Dubrovnik." And he was right. Renaissance architecture, impressive fortifications and charming cobbled alleys in this pearl of the Adriatic will leave you speechless. And as you discover hidden parts of the city, see what King’s Landing, authentic set of the Games of Thrones, looks like off screen. 

Elaphites - Where time stands still

Not far from Dubrovnik, the kingdom of the Elaphites is an oasis where time seems to stand still. With only around  400 inhabitants, you will enjoy the peace and quiet of the true Mediterranean. 

Mljet - Odysseus’ Island 

Historians believe that the famous island where Homer’s Odysseus was stranded is the Island of Mljet. According to Homer - and some historians - in Odysseus’ Cave (on the south side of the island) he found not only shelter, but also the company of a beautiful nymph Kalypso. The greenest of Croatian islands, Mljet is a National Park, famous for its two salted lakes - Veliko and Malo Jezero, and a 12th century Benedictine Monastery. Explore the island and its old villages, ancient remains, fortification and tombs. 

Korčula - The home of Marco Polo  

The second most populous Adriatic is the island Korčula with dozens of beautiful old villages and pristine beaches immersed in the rich forest stretching all over the island (Korčula used to supply Venice with timber) makikng this a favourite tourist destination. Korčula has a tradition of stonemasonry (visit its recognisable fortification walls), which reached its peak during the rule of the Venetian Republic. In the historic fortified Town of Korčula (often called Little Dubrovnik due to their great similarity - mediaeval squares and stone-paved alleys, with impressive churches and palaces ), you can visit an amazing interactive Marko Polo House, and learn about a fantastic journey of this  Korčula-born adventurer.  


Picture is worth a thousand words 

Slano, a village in a bay around 30 kilometres northwest of Dubrovnik. Inhabited since ancient times, with the influence of Greek and Roman cultures, it used to be the seat of the Duke of Dubrovnik Republic and the resort of Dubrovnik nobles. Today the main activities are growing olives, wine, fruits and tobacco, fishing and tourism. The village of Slano has a beautiful 5-kilometre beach, thick pine forests and olive groves.