- 1 Night Accommodation Zagreb
- 1 Night Accommodation in Plitvice
- 1 Night Accommodation in Zadar
- 1 Night Accommodation in Dubrovnik
- 2 Nights’ Accommodation Split
- 1 Night Zagreb
- Meals as specified
- Transfers and Sightseeing
- Air Fares – This can be included on request
- Personal expenses, tips and gratuities
- Travel insurance
- Applicable taxes
- Visa Costs and submissions
- Zagreb evening Tour with Funicular Ride
- Plitvice National park Guided Tour
- Zadar Walking Tour
- Split Walking Tour
- Dubrovnik Two Hour walking guided tour, with Cable car experience
- Blue and Green Caves Tour
Highlight: Zagreb evening city Tour
- Welcome to Zagreb, capital of the Republic of Croatia, is also its largest city and the cultural, economic, cinematic, sporting and governmental hub of the country. It is located on the southern slopes of Medvednica Mountain along the banks of the Sava River.
- Meet the other Zagreb’s visitors and join the Zagreb Evening Tour!
Meeting point – At the Tourist Information Centre on Ban Josip Jelačić Square 11 Duration – 2.5 hrs – 3 hours
- Explore Zagreb and learn about its famous historical sights and monuments accompanied by a English-speaking guide. Listen to stories about two medieval cities that merged into one city that we all know as the capital of the Republic of Croatia.
Zagreb to Plitvice
Highlight: Plitvice National Park
- After breakfast, we check out and get transferred to Zagreb bus terminal to board your coach to reach Plitvice.
- Visit Plitvice Lake among the national parks that are the jewels on the beauty crown of Croatia. The sixteen lakes of the National park of Plitvice are connected by 92 waterfalls. In free time you have a chance to experience its natural beauty and variety of animal and plant life. You will absolutely enjoy in this beauty that is a natural product of long interaction between stone and water. Plitvice Lakes, and walk in forests of green.
- See the terraced lakes and waterfalls of crystal clear water flowing through a vast and lush environment.
- Situated in the Region of Lika, in the part of Croatia that is due to its exceptional natural beauties used to be called Devil`s Garden, Plitvice Lakes are truly a small piece of Heaven on Earth. Many times proclaimed as one of the most beautiful places in the world, 16 lakes and their waterfalls are among most visited and popular sights of Croatia. It is not just about the relaxing sound of water and stunning landscapes, Plitvice also provide you a cultural elevation giving you the chance to learn about life and traditions of the people living in the area. Plitvice Lakes are also Croatian oldest National Park and only Croatian natural sight in the UNESCO`s World Heritage Register. Lakes are divided into the Upper and Lower Lakes. Their characteristic is water saturation with dissolved calcium carbonate that in combination with the force of water dispersion creates travertine. Main attractions of Plitvice:
- Upper Lakes – this group includes 12 of 16 Plitvice lakes separated of each other by the travertine barriers.
- Kozjak Lake – is the largest and the deepest lake in Plitvice Lakes National Park. It belongs to the group of Upper Lakes. Nature played merging two smaller lakes into one and created Kozjak, the only navigable lake of Plitvice. On the lake stands a travertine Stephanie`s island that was named by the Austrian princess who visited the Park in distant 1888.
- Lower Lakes – idyllic scenes of small waterfalls, turquoise water and surrounding greenery characterize this group of lakes. Nearby is situated the underground cave of Šupljara.
- Great Waterfall – located within the group of Lower Lakes, with the height of 78 meters is the highest waterfall in Croatia.
Plitvice to Zadar
Highlight: Zadar Walking tour
- Today proceed from Plitvice to Zadar by coach in the morning. Check out and get transferred to bus terminal and reach Zadar.
- Upon arrival, meet yiur driver at the bus terminal who shall then make you get transferred to your hotel.
- Welcome to the city of Zadar, a city of exceptional history and rich cultural heritage, a city of tourism. The particularity of the city is irresistible for those who respect and admire historical monuments and cultural heritage, artists, tourists and its citizens. Zadar is a city monument, surrounded by historical ramparts, a treasury of the archaeological and monumental riches of ancient and medieval times, Renaissance and many contemporary architectural achievements such as the first sea organs in the world.
- Enjoy Evening Zadar guided city tour
- Meeting point – Narodni trg (People`s Square) under the Lamp Post 10 minutes beforehand.
Zadar – Dubrovnik
- After breakfast Proceed to Dubrovnik by coach in the morning. Today shall be a long day travel since the distance shall be approx. 350 kms.
- Upon arrival, meet your driver at the bus terminal and get transferred to your hotel.
- Dubrovnik is a city in southern Croatia fronting the Adriatic Sea. It’s known for its distinctive Old Town, encircled with massive stone walls completed in the 16th century. Its well-preserved building range from baroque St. Blaise Church to Renaissance Sponza Palace and Gothic Rector’s Palace, now a history museum. Paved with limestone, the pedestrianized Stradun (or Placa) is lined with shops and restaurants.
Highlight: Dubrovnik city tour
- Discover Dubrovnik is the ultimate tour for visitors who wish to take in all the main sights and explore the architecture and history of this famous city. Accompanied by our experienced guide, the story of Dubrovnik’s golden age will unfold before your eyes.
- The route takes you around the Old Town via Onofrio’s Fountain and up Prijeko Street to the Old Port – the key to Dubrovnik’s trading and maritime success. Along the way you will pay a visit to St.Saviour’s, the grandiose Franciscan and Dominican church, and see wine-producing vines believed to be more than 100 years old.
- Ships from Dubrovnik were renowned throughout the Mediterranean and galleons from the Republic could be found in navies across Europe and beyond. These ships were built and loaded in the legendary Arsenal, which is another stop on the tour. Once in the Old Port, your guide will relate the stories of the famous Quarantine and the nearby fortresses of St. Luke and St. John as well as legends about the Church of St Blaise, the Cathedral, the Rector’s Palace, Sponza Palace, and Orlando’s Column.
- Discover Dubrovnik in your tour. It lasts one hour and in that time you will be entertained, informed and leave with a true understanding of the Dubrovnik’s multi-layered past.
Dubrovnik to Split
Highlight: Split Evening City Tour
- After breakfast Proceed to Split by coach in the morning. Welcome to Split Discover the largest coastal town in Croatia on foot on a 75-minute walking tour of Split. Follow a local guide to the most important sights in town, such as the Golden Gate, Diocletian Palace, statue of Gregory of Nin, and many more.
- Split city tour – Meeting point – Golden Gate – Departure time – 15:00 or 17:00
- Travel back in time on a 75-minute walking tour of Split, and discover the largest city of the Dalmatia region with a local guide. Explore 1,700 years of the city’s history, from the construction of the Diocletian Palace in 305 CE, to its place as Croatia’s 2nd largest city.
- Meet your guide at the Golden Gate of the Diocletian Palace, and marvel at the remains of an ancient palace of the Roman Empire, including the open colonnades of the Peristyle. Continue to the impressive Cathedral of St. Duje (Saint Dominus), considered the oldest Catholic cathedral in the world to still be in use in its original structure.
- Learn about Gregory of Nin by his statue in Giardin Park, and go to the Riva promenade to admire views of Marjan Hill and the Adriatic Sea.
Highlight: Blue & Green Caves
- Today post breakfast, experience the beautiful Gree & Blue caves from Split. This unique day on the sea starts with the majestic Green and Blue caves and includes Vis and the Pakleni islands!
- We’ll begin by cruising between Hvar and the islets of Ravnik and Biševo. First we will visit the Green Cave where we will get a chance to swim inside and enjoy the emerald light show!. Then we’ll discover a picturesque hidden inlet called Stiniva, where you can enjoy a delicious swim or just relax and sun bathe.
- After Stiniva, it’s off to experience the world-renowned Blue Cave, whose ethereal silvery-blue color is created by the sun as it bathes the inside of the cave through an opening in the roof and is reflected back by the sandy surface below. Widely regarded as one of the world’s most beautiful natural phenomena, this cave is a must-see. Our trip continues to the legendary island of Vis.
- We will have an hour of free time to explore this charming seaside hamlet before we take off to enjoy the Paklinski Islands. We’ll stop at one of the archipelago’s most popular bays, Vinogradišce at Palmižana, where you can have a seaside lunch at some of the best restaurants in the Adriatic! After lunch, you can swim, relax or even go dancing at the Laganini lounge club beach bar, a famous island hangout where Bono enjoyed THAT 10-course lunch!
Split To Zagreb
- Post breakfast, checkout and get transferred to Split bus terminal to board your coach to reach Zagreb, the last leg of your tour.
- Post arrival in Zagreb, meet your driver and get transferred to your hotel. Evening is free to explore the city on own.
Zagreb – Departure
- Gather your memories of tour and head on to airport for your return Journey.
- Meals: Breakfast