CROATIA'S GEMS

Tour of Croatia


 

Day 1. Zagreb
Arrival

Day 2. Zagreb - Zadar
A tour of Zagreb includes the district of Gornji grad, St. Mark's Church famous for its multicoloured roof, the Cathedral, the Croatian National Theatre and other sights. Departure for Zadar.

Day 3. Zadar - Trogir - Split
A tour of the old part of Zadar dating from the 9th century B.C. Situated on a small peninsula, the city is famous for its Roman Forum from the 2nd century B.C., a triumphal arch and St Donatus’ Church built on the Roman foundations. Heading for Split, we will pass through the towns of Šibenik and Trogir, which were also included in the UNESCO World Heritage Site List in 1997. A tour of the small medieval town of Trogir, including the Cathedral of St Lawrence, charming old churches, palaces and monasteries, as well as elegant mansions built in the Romanesque and Gothic styles.

Day 4. Split - Dubrovnik
A tour of Split including the city centre, Diocletian's Palace, built in the 3rd century when the city experienced its most prosperous period. The Cathedral of St Dominus (Sveti Duje), which originally served as Diocletian's mausoleum, is located at the palace’s very centre. The historic centre of Split offers an impressive mixture of different architectural styles: from antique remains to the Gothic and Renaissance palaces. A visit to Diocletian's Palace follows, including its cellars and the Peristyle. Lunch and departure for Dubrovnik.

Day 5. Dubrovnik
A tour of Dubrovnik's walled Old City, a UNESCO World heritage Site. A visit to the Dominican Monastery, the Cathedral and the City Bell-tower. Lunch will be served at the hotel. A free afternoon for individual sightseeing. We suggest the city walls offering magnificent views of the roofs, alleys, terraced gardens and the Adriatic. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.

Day 6. Dubrovnik - Plitvice
The tour continues along the beautiful and well-indented Adriatic coast towards the River Neretva delta, called with good reason «the Croatian California». The bus ride continues towards the Makarska Riviera with a string of small resorts with magnificent beaches shaded by pine trees. Heading for the hinterlands, we will have a lunch break in Trilj located in the valley of the River Cetina. Departure for Plitvice, accommodation at the hotel, dinner and overnight stay.

Day 7. Plitvice - Zagreb
A visit to the Plitvice Lakes National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Abounding in different kinds of trees, such as silver pine, ash, beech, spruce and maple, this mountain region contains 16 beautiful lakes interconnected with countless brooks and waterfalls. The park is home to more than 150 species of birds, and mammals including bears and wolves. Lunch and departure for Zagreb.

Day 8. Zagreb
Departure

 

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