Dalmatian towns and the Plitvice Lakes

This appears to be a fairy-tale, yet it is not so. This is reality. The discovering of Dalmatia, the Croatian part of the Adriatic, which is believed to be the most beautiful sea in this part of the world. The sea is warm and crystal-clear and its environment is ecologically well-preserved. The beautiful towns and tourist resorts on the coast include UNESCO's World Heritage Sites Dubrovnik, Diocletian's Palace in Split, the city of Trogir and the Plitvice National Park.

Day 1. Dubrovnik

Day 2. Dubrovnik
A tour of Dubrovnik's walled Old City, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A visit to the Franciscan Monastery housing Europe's oldest pharmacy from 1317, the Dominican Monastery, the Rector's Palace and the Cathedral. Your visit includes free afternoon, and you have the option to take a tour of the city walls ofering magnificent views of the city's red roofs, streets, gardens and balconies.

Day 3. Dubrovnik - Plitvice
A ride through the Neretva Delta, the so called „Croatian California“, to the lovely pebble beaches on the Makarska Riviera surrounded with pine trees. The tour continues towards Croatia's inland and the small town of Trilj in the River Cetina valley.

Day 4. Plitvice - Zadar
A walking tour of the Plitvice National Park. A UNESCO Heritage Site, the park is home to more than 150 species of birds and mammals. In this mountainous part of Croatia, covered with pine, fir, ash and beech trees, 16 lakes are interconnected with brooks and waterfalls.

Day 5. Zadar - Trogir - Split
A sightseeing tour of the old part of Zadar dating from the 9th century, located on a peninsula. The Roman Forum from the 1st century and the Church of St Donatus from the 9th century are among Croatia's finest monuments in the Romanesque style. The tour continues towards the medieval town of Trogir, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A visit to the magnificent Cathedral of St Lawrence. The attractions of this charming town include old churches, palaces, monasteries and buildings in the Romanesque and Gothic styles.

Day 6. Split - Korčula
A tour of the Diocletian's Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and St Duje's Cathedral. The old part of Split offers an intriguing walk through the history of Dalmatia's capital: the antique and medieval city quarters as well as its Gothic and Renaissance palaces.

Day 7. Korčula - Dubrovnik
Legend has it that Korčula is a birth place of Marco Polo. The town abounds in historic monments, including St Mark's Cathedral. A tour of the Cathedral with its treasure house, a stroll through the streets of Korčula and a visit to its magnificent palaces. A wine testing in the Bartulović Winery on the Pelješac Peninsula, and a visit to Ston famous for its city walls dating from the 14th century.

Day 8. Dubrovnik



1. Nadzor nad poslovanjem agencije obavlja turistička inspekcija ministarstva turizma

2. Opći uvijeti poslovanja
3. Način ulaganja prigovora

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