From the capital city Zagreb to the pearl of Adriatic – Dubrovnik

  • Enjoy in diversity of landscapes, historical sites and natural beauties
  • Visit 7 UNESCO Heritage sites
  • Two National Parks: Plitivice Lakes and Krka NP
  • Enjoy in the beauty of untouched nature full of stunning waterfalls and lakes
  • Old towns of – Zadar, Sibenik, Trogir, Split, Dubrovnik – rich cultural and historical heritage
  • Explore medieval fortress of Klis and ancient Roman ruins of Salona
Tour programme
Day 1

Arrival at Zagreb airport and transfer to the hotel. Meeting with local guide and start with a walking tour, visit the most important Zagreb’s sites like the upper town with St. Mark’s Church, the most important governmental buildings – The Parliament, The Government Palace. After the upper town we will continue and see the green market Dolac and the main central square of Ban Jelacic. Free evening to enjoy in Zagreb and overnight at the hotel.

Day 2

Breakfast at the hotel. Departure towards Rastoke where the Slunjcica river splits into several river branches flowing across cascades and small waterfalls into the Korana river. This is a place of autochthonous ecologic and ethnographic significance. After a short stopping we continue to drive towards Plitvice Lakes, one of the oldest and largest National park in Croatia. In 1979, was added to the UNESCO World Heritage register. The national park is world-famous for its 16 lakes arranged in cascades. NP offers its visitors seven different routes to tour the lake system, and four hiking trails. You have a whole day to explore the park and enjoy the beautiful nature. Overnight at the hotel near NP Plitvice.

Day 3

After breakfast continue towards Zadar city. Arrival and city tour of Zadar with a local guide. Zadar offers its visitors a unique fusion of a historic old town with Roman ruins and medieval churches. Walk from the Land Gate of Zadar, through the Kalelarga, the main street of the city since Roman times and you will see the symbols of the city; the Church of St. Donat, the biggest cathedral in Dalmatia – Saint Stosija and municipal square– Forum. Don’t miss walking the Zadar seafront where there is the Sea organ, an architectural sound art object, which plays music by way of sea waves and tubes located underneath a set of large marble steps. Departure to Sibenik, arrival in afternoon hours. Free evening to enjoy in Sibenik city and overnight at the hotel.

Day 4

After breakfast continue towards Krka National Park. Restored small stone houses, workshops and watermills will show you the country life as it was a few centuries ago. NP Krka has the largest travertine system in the entire world. There are numerous wooden trails through the park, countless streams and waterfalls, beautiful spot perfect for swimming and relaxing. After enjoying the nature continue towards Trogir, with a short stop in small town of Primosten set upon a little island linked by a bridge to the land with stone houses and narrow lanes in Mediterranean style. Departure to Trogir, arrival in late afternoon hours. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 5

After breakfast, Trogir walking tour with a local guide. Greek, Roman, Venetian history on a small island, make Trogir one of the most interesting historic oasis on the Adriatic. The historical center of Trogir is a unique monument of culture and is included on UNESCO’s World Heritage. After exploring Trogir, driving to island Ciovo. Camp Labadusa is located in the south bay of the island Ciovo and presents a real oasis of untouched nature which is hard to describe by words. The Camp stretches along the beautiful bay in the shadow of pine forest. Free time for swimming, relaxing and enjoying in a crystal clear sea. Return to Trogir in late afternoon. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 6

After breakfast continue towards Split. Walking tour with a local guide in Split. Old town of Split with Diocletian’s Palace built in 4th century AD, has been inscribed as protected UNESCO World Heritage Site. Local people still live inside the palace walls which makes this town a unique open-air living museum. After tour, driving to Klis – to visit medieval fortress and Salona – to sightsee ancient Roman ruins. For lovers of history and archaeology, there is a wealth of medieval and Roman history to be found in the immediate surrounds of Split. Departure to Trogir, arrival in late afternoon hours. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 7

After breakfast continue towards Ston, medieval little town with one of the longest defense walls in Europe, whose history dates back to the 14th century. Also, Ston has the oldest active salt-works in the world. Next stop is Trsteno where is the oldest arboretum in this part of the world. In the third and fourth season of the television series Game of Thrones, Trsteno Arboretum was used as the setting of the Red Keep palace gardens in King’s Landing. The journey continues towards Dubrovnik.
Arrival in afternoon hours. Free evening to enjoy in Dubrovnik city and overnight at the hotel.

Day 8

Breakfast at the hotel. In your free time, to the departure of your flight, discover the beauty of Dubrovnik, cultural metropolis and the most remarkable medieval walled city in Croatia, an UNESCO World Heritage Site. Walk through Stradun – once a sea channel, which separated the city in two parts, today the town’s main street, paved with smooth stone blocks. Visit Church of St. Blaise – Dubrovnik’s most beautiful temple whose golden statue with a scale model in his hand from the 15th century is now kept in the church. Explore the city walls that run almost 2 kilometers around the city – filming location for the television series, Game of Thrones. Transfer to the airport of Dubrovnik. End of this unforgettable journey.

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