Croatia Holiday Packages
Croatia, the beauty queen of the region, the pageant winner and the main focus of interest for most travelers in the Balkans can boast with a tradition in tourism almost two centuries long. Famous mostly for its unique coastline with 1021 island, it also encloses fairy tale-like areas such as mountains with waterfalls, misty deep woods or hilly landscapes with castles.
6 Days 5 Nights Durbrovnik and Split In Style (Posavac Package)
Come and See Croatia in style. This memorable 6 days tour of the Dalmatian Coast starts in Dubrovnik - UNESCO World Heritage Site ends in Split. You will visit picturesque towns and villages, Konavle is renowned for the production of silk yarn, Cavtat was known as the town of Epidaurus lastly the historic town Mostar its famous old bridge is a UNESCO heritage site
Day 1: Arrival in Dubrovnik (No Meal)
Arrive in Dubrovnik Airport, your personal chauffeur will meet and welcome you. Take a private transfer to your hotel and check-in for a 3 nights stay.
Day 2: Dubrovnik (Breakfast)
At 0900hrs meetyour local guide for a Dubrovnik 4 hours sightseeing tour. Dubbed the "Pearl of the Adriatic" beautiful Dubrovnik offers a wealth of attractions for visitors. Famous for its spectacular seafront location on the Dalmatian coast coupled with its evocative and historic old city center, Dubrovnik was founded in the 7th century and has enjoyed its greatest growth in the 15th and 16th centuries, a fact reflected in the impressive architecture and its designation as a UNESCO World Heritage Site home to Croatia's artistic and intellectual elite, Dubrovnik offers numerous cultural activities and festivals. Highlights of a visit include walking around its picturesque old streets and alleys while visiting such excellent attractions as its splendid cathedral and treasury, the broad Stradun pedestrian walkway, and its many fine old palaces and fortifications. Including visit to Franciscan monastery. The tour ends at 1300hrs.
Day 3: Dubrovnik (Breakfast)
At 1000hrs meet your English speaking local guide and be transferred toKonavle. Konavle has for centuries been renowned for the production of silk yarn, where it was used for the decoration of male and notably female national costumes. The production occurred in the rooms of the women every spring. Every woman of Konavle had to rear enough silkworms to produce her own yarn for her individual embroidery. Until marriage, she would produce enough embroidery for various occasions and circumstances, for a long time it would be her only accessory and identity card. Every embroidery has a unique language that describes its tailor, her cunning, wealth or hardship, and when she makes it a part of her costume it becomes part of her personality. The Konavle embroidery is worn around the chest and the sleeves, where jewelry is worn today and on the part of our body where we point with our finger when a person says „I". The Konavle embroidery is an important part of the national costume of a small region and it has developed its own artistic language transforming into something more than simple decoration. Today the national costumes are slowly being abandoned, and the embroidery that we knit in our workshops is used for the production of applied and decorative items with the purpose of conserving the tradition. We produce our own silk yarn from the early spring to late fall until we have enough leaves on our trees to feed our silkworms.
Next up be transferred to Cavtat. You will have a short walking tour of Cavtat with your local guide. The picture perfect village of Cavtat, Croatia’s southernmost town, a short drive from the Konavle plains and Montenegro. In ancient Greek times Cavtat was known as the town of Epidaurus. When the Romans came in 228BC, it became a Roman colony. It’s easy to see why the Greeks and Romans were so charmed by this lovely place. It’s naturally protected by a rocky headland that still has remnants of an old fort. The town itself is a delight – there is a small “Old Town” with cobbled streets and alleys that meet the palm tree lined promenade that winds its way around the harbor. The tour ends in the afternoon then return to Dubrovnik.
Day 4: Dubrovnik - Mostar - Split (Breakfast)
At 0900hrs take a private transfer to Mostar. The historic town of Mostar, spanning a deep valley of the Neretva River, developed in the 15th and 16th centuries as an Ottoman frontier town and during the Austro-Hungarian period in the 19th and 20th centuries. The Old Bridge area, with its pre-Ottoman, eastern Ottoman, Mediterranean and western European architectural features, is an outstanding example of a multicultural urban settlement. Famous old bridge of Mostar, a UNESCO heritage site is also considered one of the most exemplary pieces of Islamic architecture in the Balkans and was designed by Mimar Hayruddin, a student and apprentice of the famous architect Mimar Sinan. In the afternoon, continue journey to Split.
Day 5: Split (Breakfast)
Today is a free day to explore Split. Split, Croatia's second largest city, not only serves as a convenient base from which to explore this beautiful country, it also boasts a number of excellent tourist attractions of its own. The city was continuously inhabited for thousands of years starting with the Romans, followed by the Byzantines, Croats, Venetians, and finally the Austrians who only left in 1918.
You may want to consider sign up for optional city tour, full day sightseeing including Meštrović gallery, day trip to Krka National Park, or Trogir visit as well as more active tours, like Split bike tour, Hiking tour to Mosor or Speed boat private excursion to the nearby islands.
Day 6: Departure from Split (Breakfast)
After breakfast, free till departure transfer to Split Airport for homebound flight.
8 Days 7 Nights Croatia and Slovenia Discovery (Dalmatian Package)
Your discovery will starts from the Croatian capital of Zagreb, cross the border into Slovenia to uncover the fairy tale beauty of Bled in the Julian Alps and visit the pretty city of Ljubljana, Postojna cave,Opatija and Istria Tour before venturing back into Croatia to see the beautiful Plitvice Lakes and coastal Split
Day 1: Arrival in Zagreb (No Meal)
Arrive in Dubrovnik Airport, your personal chauffeur will meet and welcome you. Take a private transfer to your hotel and check-in for a 2 nights stay.
Day 2: Zagreb (Breakfast)
0900hrs meet your local English speaking guide visit to Zagreb. Zagreb has served as the cultural and political focus of the nation since the middle ages. The city grew out of two medieval communities, Kaptol to the east and Gradec to the west, each sited on a hill and divided by a (long since dried up) river. Zagreb grew rapidly in the nineteenth century, and many of the city’s buildings are well-preserved, peach-colored monuments to the self-esteem of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The city offers a uniquely vivacious café life and a year-round program of heavy-duty art exhibitions and at least one genuine cultural flagship in the shape of the recently opened Museum of Contemporary Art. The tour will ends at 11:00hrs.
Day 3: Zagreb - Ljubljana (Breakfast)
At 0900hrs take a private transfer to Ljubljana to meet your English speaking local guide. The tour starts at 1100hrs. Ljubljana is the capital of Slovenia and has preserved evidence of all the five millennia of its history, including, among others, the remains of the Roman city of Emona and the old city centre with its medieval castle and beautiful buildings with baroque façades, decorative portals and uneven roofs. Other significant bits in the mosaic of Ljubljana are its picturesque bridges across the river Ljubljanica and its vast Tivoli Park, stretching into the very city centre. In the second half of the 20th century, it was the world famous architect Jože Plečnik that put an indelible personal stamp on his native city, and the so called Plečnik's Ljubljana ranks among the 20th century's most prominent total works of art. Afternoon free time at leisure to discover Ljubljana. You may consider take an optional tour panoramic boat ride on Ljubljana River.
Day 4: Ljubljana - Postojna - Opatija (Breakfast)
At 0930hrs take a private transfer to Postojna cave and at 1100hrs starts tour with audio guide, Postojna Cave is a network of 20 kilometers of passages, galleries and chambers into which experienced guides have accompanied more than 35 million visitors in the last 188 years. It is the largest cave in the “classic karst” and the most visited show cave in Europe. In 1872 railway lines were laid in the cave, electricity arrived in 1884. Today you begin your visit aboard the cave train; the electric lighting allows you to admire the size and splendour of the underground world, where the geological past is recorded in a unique manner. Visitors to the cave are dazzled by a wealth of speleothems, calcite formations, stalactites and stalagmites abounding in a variety of shapes, colours and age. The constant temperatureinthe caves ranges from 8 to 10° C. The tour ends at 1230hrs then continue to Opatija.
Day 5: Opatija - Istria Tour - Opatija (Breakfast)
At 0900hrs take a private transfer to Pula. The tour starts at 1100hrs. Pula is part hard-working port city (Istria’s largest, with more than 65,000 people) and part a must-see tourist attraction because of its famous 1st century Roman ruins. Smack in the middle of town, looming out of nowhere is the sixth largest Roman amphitheater in the world and nearby a just as impressive 1st century Triumphal Arch of Sergius, which even Michangelo knew about and studied. During your tour you will see Augustus Temple, Roman Golden and Hercules Gate, Punishment of Dirce Mosaics and Pula Cathedral. The tours end at 11.30hrs. On the route to Rovinj there’s a possibility of stop by in Medea winery in Vodnjan. A moment of passion. It is exactly how we like to see wines at the winery Medea. We like to call them a moment of passion towards everything in life associated with wine – gastronomy, society, culture. In one word, people. Wine is the one thing that connects us all, makes us laugh and is part of our daily life.
In the afternoon, Sightseeing of Rovinj. Rovinj is the kind of magical town that makes you wants to drop everything and move here. And with 2.400 hours of sunshine annually, its nautical allure and so many cultural and artistic attractions it’s no wonder everyone is so enchanted. This is an old town with a wonderful waterfront promenade full of pleasure boats, excursion vessels and working fishing boats. A walk par excellence. You can literally circumnavigate the whole peninsula strolling along Rovinj’s beautiful narrow cobblestone streets and stepped alleys. What a rich patina– lovely Mediterranean houses with brightly painted shutters, balconies overflowing with flowers, the sea, the stunning harbor, and crowning it all, on the top of the hill, is the Venetian-Baroqu St. Euphemia’s Church, with a nearby 60 meter tall bell tower that can be seen for miles, Rovinj’s signature street is Grisia which becomes a wonderful open-air art gallery in the summer. Evening return to Opatija.
Day 6: Opatija - Plitvice - Split (Breakfast)
At 0900hrs take a private transfer to Plitvice Lakes. Meet local guide start tour at 1130hrs. The area of Plitvička jezera, declared to be National park in 1949 is considered one of the prettiest natural notabilities of Europe. It is forested mountain area throughout which, one under another, line sixteen beautiful lakes and ponds of crystal blue-green colour. They are filled with water from many streams and brooks, interconnected with foamy cascades and murmuring waterfalls. Throughout the ages water from these lakes was breaking, corroding and melting the rocks and beds through which they have flown. Through sedimentation of calcium carbonate from the flow and through interference of special algae and mosses, spongy kind of rock, sedra or travertin, has been and still is created. Near the lakes there are a couple of caves, and there were even discoveries from ancient history. The national park covers the area of 29.482 hectares in size, most of which falls of on woods, then grasslands with village spaces and waters. This natural resource is rich with diverse flora and fauna. In the park alongside many kinds of birds (around 161 different kinds), butterflies, there is also some small game, followed by large game, bears, wolves, boars and wild cats. Flora of the park is made from about 1200 herb sorts, of which 55 sorts are in the orchid family. Entrance included. The tour ends at 1430hrs t, after tour continue to Split.
Day 7: Split (Breakfast)
At 1000hrs meet your local guide for sightseeing tour of Split. Split, Croatia's second largest city, not only serves as a convenient base from which to explore this beautiful country, it also boasts a number of excellent tourist attractions of its own. The city was continuously inhabited for thousands of years starting with the Romans, followed by the Byzantines, Croats, Venetians, and finally the Austrians who only left in 1918. The tour includes visit to the Diocletian Palace and its cellars. The tour ends at 1200hrs.
Day 8: Departure from Split (Breakfast)
After breakfast, free till departure transfer to Split Airport for homebound flight.
8 Days 7 Nights Croatia Guaranteed Departure Tour (Marten Package)
This ultimate 8 days dreams into reality itinerary will bring you to experience the beauties of Croatia. It covers the most picturesque UNESCO World Heritage sites Dubrovnik, coastal Split for its Diocletian’s Palace and Plitvice Lakes National Park. You will get to see the famous 9th-century pre-Romanesque Church of St. Donatus in Zadar. This guaranteed departure tour is available on selected dates in May, Jun, Aug and Sep 2020.
Day 1: Arrival in Dubrovnik (Dinner)
Arrive in Dubrovnik Airport, you will be greeted by our local representative and be transferred to your hotel.
Day 2: Dubrovnik - Split (Breakfast, Dinner)
Morning sightseeing tour of Dubrovnik. The old city of Dubrovnik is one of the fastest rising destinations for the tourists in the country and is one of the cultural UNESCO World Heritage Site. You will visit the Franciscan Monastery with Europe’s third oldest pharmacy, the Rector’s Palace and the Cathedral. Afternoon depart for Split, driving along the Adriatic Coast and the Neretva River Delta. From Dubrovnik to Split you get a sense of splendour after every new bend in the road, a new view of azure-turquoise sea, impressive mountains, and green islands opposite of the lagoons or views into the open sea.
Day 3: Split - Trogir - Zadar (Breakfast, Dinner)
This morning you will tour Split, it covers Diocletian’s Palace – UNESCO list of World Cultural heritage, with the Peristyle, the Jupiter’s Temple and the Cathedral. Split,the second-largest city in Croatia after Zagreb in central Dalmatia, has it all Roman ruins and grand museums alongside fashionable cafes and trendy shops. But what makes this city most alluring is not just its proximity to the sandy beaches and rocky coves of nearby islands, but its location overlooked by mountains and edged by the deep blue Adriatic Sea.
Next depart for Trogir, a picturesque medieval town on the central Adriatic coast of Croatia. Its preserved old town, known for its mix of Renaissance, baroque and Romanesque buildings, lies on a small island connected to the mainland and the island of Čiovo by bridges. You will visit the 13th century Cathedral of St. Lawrence. Then continue your journey to Zadar.
Day 4: Zadar - Zagreb (Breakfast, Dinner)
Today is reserved for exploring and discovering the charm of Zadar a city on Croatia’s Dalmatian coast, is known for the Roman Forum. There’s also the round, 9th-century pre-Romanesque Church of St. Donatus.With its Roman ruins, art installations, and white-sand beach, Zadar is one of the most unique resorts along Croatia’s Dalmatian coast, where travelers come to feast on seafood, watch dreamy sunsets, and sip cocktails at oceanside bars. Afternoon depart for Zagreb, the capital of Croatia.
Day 5: Zagreb - Plitvice (Breakfast, Dinner)
Begin the city tour of Zagreb in the morning; it covers the fortified Upper Town, St Mark’s Church, the Cathedral, city’s historical centre, the Croatian National Theatre and the University.
The fortified upper town is full of charm and it gathers a lot of Zagreb interest points such as St Mark Church and the cathedral (Kaptol). In the centre of the square is St. Mark church, famous for its roof representing the arms of the Tripartite Kingdom (Croatia, Dalmatia and Slavonia) and those of the city of Zagreb. The Cathedral, on the Kaptol, is a Roman Catholic institution and not only the tallest building in Croatia.
City’s historical centre this is a place with a great atmosphere. There, you can feel the city itself. When you take a walk on the paved, narrow streets you can feel like the time has reversed about several decades ago, perhaps centuries, and you can really feel and see the majesty of the city. The Croatian National Theatre commonly referred to as HNK Zagreb, is a theatre, opera and ballet house. The University of Zagreb (1669) is the oldest and biggest university in South-Eastern Europe. Ever since its foundation, the University has been continually growing and developing and now consists 29 faculties, three art academies and the Centre for Croatian Studies. Afternoon depart for Plitvice.
Day 6: Plitvice (Breakfast, Dinner)
This morning you will be fascinated by the oldest and the largest national park in Croatia, Plitvice Lakes National Park. In 1979the national park was added to the UNESCO World Heritage. The 16 lakes are separated into an upper and lower cluster formed by runoff from the mountains, descending from an altitude of 636 to 503 m (2,087 to 1,650 ft) over a distance of some 8 kilometres (5.0 mi), aligned in a south–north direction. The lakes collectively cover an area of about 0.77 square miles, the water exiting from the lowest lake forming the Korana River. The lakes are renowned for their distinctive colors, ranging from azure to green, grey or blue. The colors change constantly depending on the quantity of minerals or organisms in the water and the angle of sunlight.
Day 7: Plitvice - Dubrovnik (Breakfast, Dinner)
Early in the morning you will be transferred back to Dubrovnik. Today is a free day. 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.
Day 8: Departure from Dubrovnik (Breakfast)
After breakfast, free till departure transfer to Dubrovnik Airport for homebound flight.
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