10 Days , 2 Countries , 5 Cities
Cathedral in Zagreb, Croatia
Welcome to Zagreb!
Welcome to Zagreb. Upon arrival, you will meet with your English-speaking driver and transfer to your accommodating hotel. After your overseas flight, spend the day at leisure to relax and rest.
The capital of Croatia, Zagreb charms with blending the historic and trendy into a lively European metropolis. Additionally, the city prides itself on many green parks and pedestrian areas, novelty museums, and a never-ending array of festivals and events throughout the year.
Zagreb - City tour of Zagreb and spent time in the evening in Samobor
Additionally, a guided city tour of Zagreb will reveal beautiful historical sites, romantic spots, and vibrant modern hotspots around the lively streets of this metropolis. Approaching the day, we’ll spend the evening in the nearby quaint town of Samobor. Strolling through its beautiful town center renowned for its preserved architecture.
St. Donatus Church, Zadar, Croatia
Zadar - Visit Plitvice Lakes National Park
Making our way towards the coast, travelers will spend a relaxing half-day in the Plitvice Lakes National Park. Moreover, this UNESCO site is also the most visited Croatian National Park, with its 16 cascading lakes and stunning waterfalls luring visitors from all sides of the world.
The journey will then continue to the coastal town of Zadar, where travelers will spend the evening traversing the beautiful cobbled streets and, moreover, witnessing one of the most beautiful sunsets in the world.
The city in Dalmatian Coast, Split, Croatia
Split - Visit the UNESCO site St. Jacob’s cathedral in Sibenik
About an hour down the coastline from Zadar is the beautiful Šibenik, home to the UNESCO site St. Jacob’s Cathedral. Transitioning from Zadar, this afternoon you will visit Krka National Park, named after the Krka River. This national park includes the famous Skradinski Buk falls, which are one of Croatia’s most renowned sights.
Krka National Park: Located between Sibenik and Split, Krka National Park encompasses two-thirds of the Krka River after which it is named, including the famous Skradinski Buk waterfall. Additionally, this breathtaking park offers visitors a chance to immerse themselves in nature’s beauty and explore its mesmerizing landscapes.
Old city Trogir, Dalmatian Coast, Croatia
Split - Explore Split and the UNESCO site
Continuing the journey through coastal towns, travelers will explore the remarkably rich history of Split and its UNESCO site Diocletian Palace. Furthermore, today, optional excursions include a visit to the UNESCO-protected city of Trogir, local vineyards, a boat tour on the Cetina River, and a visit to a local producer of traditional Dalmatian hand-made delicacies, Stella Croatica.
The harbor of Dubrovnik, Croatia
Dubrovnik - Admire the Pearl of Adriatic, Dubrovnik
From Split, the tour continues to the medieval Dubrovnik, the Pearl of the Adriatic, famous for the UNESCO site Old Town. Additionally, it boasts an abundance of stunning palaces, churches, galleries, and restaurants, all embraced by the world-known city walls.
City of Kotor, Montenegro
Today is leisure to discover the hidden gems of the city. Moreover, our recommendation for today is to make your choice from two optional tours before departing on your journey:
1. Visit Montenegro, the historic coastal towns of Kotor and Perast.
2. Alternatively, explore Mostar, a Bosnian town famous for its Old Bridge UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Depart to Dubrovnik Airport to fly back home
After breakfast, private transfer to Dubrovnik International Airport for flight back home.
Goodbye! for now…
Starting from $2,750 per person
Price per person in double occupancy
The rate is based on 4-star accommodation
Price excluding international flights
This trip is customizable for your private travel.
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- 7-Night hotel accommodation in 4*hotels on a BB basis
- Private car throughout the tour with a driver
- Airport transfers
- Guided walking tour of Zagreb and Samobor, Zadar, Šibenik, Split, Trogir, Dubrovnik
- Entrances to Plitvice National Park, Krka National Park, Cathedral in Trogir, rafting activity on Cetina river
Sightseeing Highlights Included
- Guided tour of Zagreb, Croatia’s lively capital city
- Walking tour of Plitvice Lakes National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
- Visit UNESCO World Heritage Sites; cathedral of St. Jacob in Sibenik, Diocletian’s Palace in Split, and Old Town Dubrovnik
- Tour of Zadar, including the unique Sea Organ and Sun Salutation installations
- A day trip to Montenegro, including historic gems like Perast and Kotor
- A day trip to Mostar in Bosnia and Herzegovina, visiting the UNESCO site Old Bridge
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