THROUGH THE STONE AND SEA

The most beautiful places of the Adriatic

 
Day 1. Dubrovnik
Arrival at Dubrovnik airport, accommodation and overnight at hotel in Dubrovnik.

Day 2. Dubrovnik
A tour of Dubrovnik's walled Old City, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A visit of 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 offering magnificent views of the city's red roofs, streets, gardens and balconies. Take a ride with cable car and enjoy the beautiful view on Dubrovnik from Srđ Mount (413m).

Day 3. Dubrovnik – Korčula –Makarska riviera
Legend has it that the great seafarer and explorer Marco Polo was born in Korčula. One can see everywhere traces of the turbulent history of this beautiful town, dominated by the Cathedral of St Marc. A guided sightseeing tour of this walled medieval town includes the cathedral and its treasure house, ancient palaces and narrow streets reminiscent of the town's historic rival – Dubrovnik. The embarking on a ferry and heading towards Orebić (on the Pelješac Peninsula). We will stop in the village of Prizdrina, visit the local vinery owned by the Bartulović family and enjoy a wine tasting. A short stopping in the walled town of Ston, located in the place where the Pelješac Peninsula connects with the mainland. The tour continues towards Makarska.

Day 4. Split – Trogir
A visit to the city of Split and its attraction, Diocletian’s Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The palace houses one of the world's oldest cathedrals constructed 1700 years ago. The historic center of Split offers its visitors an exceptional route through the ages with its antique décor, gothic and renaissance palaces. Visit includes Diocletian’s cellars and Cathedral.

The tour continues towards the medieval town of Trogir, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. During the sightseeing we will visit 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 5. Šibenik – Zadar
Tour continues along the coast to small town Šibenik famous for its medieval center, picturesque, steep and narrow cobbled streets and stairways dominated by an imposing fortress.

A guided visit of the old town, includes visit of St James Cathedral, that has been listed in UNESCO World Cultural Heritage list since 2001 for its prestigious art works that date from the 15th century.

Departure for Zadar and a tour of the city. Lovers of historic monuments and cultural heritage find Zadar’s old city irresistible. Absolutely worth visiting is the Church of St Donatus (Crkva sv. Donata); the city’s symbol and its best known monument. The church - which had most likely been constructed in the 9th century, in a circular form and in the Early Byzantine architectural style - was unfortunately not preserved in its original form, accommodation and overnight at hotel in Zadar.

Day 6. Zadar – Krk – Opatija
Departure towards the island of Krk, the largest of the islands of the Adriatic. We will visit the town Krk, which one might remind of Venice with its ancient quarter, gothic and renaissance houses, roman cathedral, Franciscan monastery; and small place Vrbnik.

In the afternoon hours we will visit Rijeka, the capital of Kvarner region and the most important port of Croatia. During the middle ages, Rijeka was an important strategic point in the Habsburg’s empire’s defense from Venetians. It was part of the Kingdom of Hungary in the 18th century, and afterwards the part of Italy until 1945. The orthodox church of St. Nicolas, the famous Clock tower which became symbol of Rijeka, roman cathedral remodeled in baroque attract admirers from all over the world. Overnight in Opatija.

Day 7. Poreč – Rovinj – Pula
This day is dedicated to the visit of Istrian peninsula where you’ll witness harmonious blend of Slavic, Latin and Germanic influence. Visit Poreč, famous for Byzantine Basilica of Euphrasius; Rovinj – Croatian St. Tropez.

Afterwards we continue to Pula, Istrian capital famous for roman remains: The Temple of Augustus, This triumphal arch, Amphitheater (probably the most important monument and cultural heritage from the Roman Empire in Istria). Overnight in Opatija.

 

Day 8. Zagreb
Transfer to Zagreb airport.

 

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