- Customized 8 day itinerary
- Sightseeing Dubrovnik, Trogir, Split, Sibenik, Zagreb
- Guided walk of the National Park Plitvice Lakes
- Tour Code:CRAM022
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Day 1 – DUBROVNIK Arrival to airport Dubrovnik, transfer to hotel in Dubrovnik.
Day 2 – DUBROVNIK Morning sightseeing of Dubrovnik (UNESCO-heritage). The city is surrounded by 2km of walls with towers built between 11th and 17th century. We recommend a walk on the city’s main street Stradun, visit to the Rector’s palace, the church of St Vlaho, the Cathedral, Franciscan monastery with one of the oldest pharmacies in Europe (14th century). Free afternoon in Dubrovnik. Possibility for a walk around city walls or funicular ride to the Srdj hill above Dubrovnik. Hotel in Dubrovnik.
Day 3 – DUBROVNIK Free day in Dubrovnik. Hotel in Dubrovnik. Possibility to visit Pelješac peninsula, known for its small villages and wineyards. There is also the Grgich vinery there, founded by the world-known Croatian-born Californian wine-maker from Napa Valley, Grgich Hills Estate (35km from Ston, ca 40min ride, narrow local road, it can be added to the itinerary, if the clients would like). Visit of Ston, old town, known for its long city walls, the oldest preserved salt works in the history of Mediterranean, where salt is still harvested by hand, as well as the well-known oyster farms and excellent seafood.
Day 4 – DUBROVNIK – TROGIR – SPLIT Departure to Trogir (UNESCO-heritage) and sightseeing of the town often called town-museum, a remarkable example of urban continuity for more than 2800 years, as today’s town is built on layers of the Hellenistic and Roman city. Sightseeing of Split, forever young city with warm Mediterranean temper which lives its urban rhythm for as long as 1700 years, with its heart in the roman Emperor Diocletian’s Palace from 3rd century AD (UNESCO-heritage) with still preserved Peristyle in the intersection of Cardo and Decumanus streets. The Emperor’s mausoleum is today Split St.Domnius Cathedral. Hotel in Split.
Day 5 – SPLIT – ŠIBENIK – SPLIT Morning half day excursion to Šibenik and visit of the beautiful old town. Sightseeing of Šibenik including its famous St.James Cathedral (UNESCO-heritage), the most important gothic-renaissance monument in the region, built entirely of stone plates in the unique way, so the outside volume corresponds entirely with the shape of its interior. Šibenik is also well-known for its fortresses, one of them, St.Nicholas Fortress (UNESCO-heritage) built at the entrance to the sea channel leading to Šibenik port. Return to Split.
Day 6 – SPLIT – NATIONAL PARK PLITVICE LAKES – ZAGREB Departure to National Park Plitvice lakes (UNESCO-heritage). Guided walk: its 16 beautiful lakes of crystal blue-green colour are fed by rivers and streams and spill into each other in cascades and thundering waterfalls. The network of paths and bridges allows visitors to be part of this natural wonderland. Sightseeing also by panoramic electric train and ride by boat on the biggest lake, Kozjak. Afternoon ride to Zagreb.
Day 7 – ZAGREB Sightseeing of Zagreb, Croatia’s capital, which has been one of the oldest European cities, situated on the crossroads of Eastern and Western Europe. Hotel in Zagreb.
Day 8 – ZAGREB Transfer to the airport Zagreb.
- Accommodations in 4 & 5* hotels with breakfast
- Day 1: transfer from airport Dubrovnik to hotel in Dubrovnik
- Day 4: transfer from Dubrovnik to Trogir and Split
- Day 5: transfer from Split to Šibenik and return to Split
- Day 6: transfer from Split to Plitvice and Zagreb
- Day 8: transfer from hotel in Zagreb to airport Zagreb
- Local guides in Dubrovnik, Split, Trogir, Šibenik, Plitvice Lakes and Zagreb.
- Entrance ticket to the National park Plitvice Lakes
- Vat Taxes
- Items of personal nature and items not listed in the inclusions
- City tourist tax, as applicable, paid locally
Hotels or Similar
- 3 nts Dubrovnik: Pucic Palace Boutique 5*
- 2 nts Split: Vestibul Palace Boutique 4*
- 2 nts Zagreb: Hotel Esplanade 5*
-Comfortable walking shoes recommended
-Gratuities to guides are appreciated, but never obligatory
2022 Dates & Rates
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The CAD ($) rate is indicative of Euro price and subject to change.
Price per person in CAD $ Dollars.