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Highlights of Adriatic Tour

Highlights of Adriatic Tour

croatia tour | 5 Cities | 5 DAYS

Highlights of Adriatic Tour

Availability
May 5th – Sept. 22nd

Availability
May 5th – Sept. 22nd

One way
from Dubrovnik

One way
from Dubrovnik

Pricing
from 590,00€

Pricing
from 590,00€

 

HIghlights of Adriatic Tour from Dubrovnik takes you to top 5 Croatian cities in 5 days. As the Croatian coast wiggles its way from the south to the north, count the island scattered between the main highlights: Dubrovnik, Split, Trogir and Zadar. Sharing common origins in Roman and Greek heritage, each of these towns cherishes a unique identity, beaming with heritage, landscapes and ambience. For the grand finale, contrast the Mediterranean spirit of the coast with the continental mindset of the country’s capital and largest city, Zagreb.

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HIGHLIGHTS

Get to know the most distinct faces of Croatia over this one way bus tour from Dubrovnik, while staying in top Croatian hotels. Professional guided tours in 4 cities included.

5 cities in 5 days

Unravel the secrets of Croatia

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4* Accommocation

Stay in handpicked luxury hotels

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ITINERARY

DUBROVNIK – SPLIT – TROGIR – ZADAR – ZAGREB

DUBROVNIK

SPLIT

TROGIR

ZADAR

ZAGREB

DAY 1 | Dubrovnik arrival

Arrive at Dubrovnik Airport and take a transfer to hotel. Relax and enjoy some free time. Dinner and overnight in Dubrovnik

DAY 2 | Dubrovnik | Split

Dubrovnik has been enlisted as UNESCO World Heritage for decades now and exploring it in a guided tour makes for a grand opening of your Croatian journey. Walking its wall-embraced Old Town is like taking a step back in time to when this lovely town was an independent Republic. Stop to explore a still-operating pharmacy from 1317, the seat of the former Republic government at the Rector’s Palace and the revered Cathedral before travelling to Split in the afternoon hours along the scenic Adriatic coast and the picturesque Neretva River delta. Dinner and overnight in Split.

DAY 3 | Split | Trogir | Zadar

The lively historic core of Split was once a one man’s retirement palace. The man was the Roman Emperor Diocletian and his modest home is today inhabited by 3000 people. In the vibrant, happening centre of Split the modern echoes against ancient stone walls. Your walking tour highlights the stunning landmarks like the theatrical open-air Peristyle, the Temple of Jupiter and the Cathedral of St. Dominus, the patron saint of Split. Next, continue to another UNESCO-listed jewel, the tiny but charming Trogir, where the Cathedral of St. Lawrence holds one of Croatia’s most remarkable portals, intricately carved by Master Radovan. Dinner and overnight in Zadar.

DAY 4 | Zadar | Zagreb

The lively historic core of Split was once a one man’s retirement palace. The man was the Roman Emperor Diocletian and his modest home is today inhabited by 3000 people. In the vibrant, happening centre of Split the modern echoes against ancient stone walls. Your walking tour highlights the stunning landmarks like the theatrical open-air Peristyle, the Temple of Jupiter and the Cathedral of St. Dominus, the patron saint of Split. Next, continue to another UNESCO-listed jewel, the tiny but charming Trogir, where the Cathedral of St. Lawrence holds one of Croatia’s most remarkable portals, intricately carved by Master Radovan. Dinner and overnight in Zadar.

DAY 5 | Zagreb departure

Despite a million people living here, Zagreb somehow manages to retain the cosy feel about it and you will best experience this wandering around the historic, fortified Upper Town. The place of legends, rebellions and witches burnt at stake, the Upper town is home of the Cathedral, St. Mark’s church with the colourful roof and several present-day government buildings. Spread out at its feet, the Lower town oozes a more modern, but still very continental air about it, with many highlights such as the Croatian National Theatre and the University. Departure transfer to Zagreb Airport.

DAY 1 | DUBROVNIK ARRIVAL
RELAX AND ENJOY DUBROVNIK

Arrive at Dubrovnik Airport and take a transfer to hotel. Relax and enjoy some free time. Dinner and overnight in Dubrovnik

DAY 2 | DUBROVNIK | SPLIT
EXPLORE MESMERISING DUBROVNIK
DUBROVNIK - DISCOVER THE STORY BEHIND THE FORMER CENTRE OF REPUBLIC RAGUSA

Dubrovnik has been enlisted as UNESCO World Heritage for decades now and exploring it in a guided tour makes for a grand opening of your Croatian journey. Walking its wall-embraced Old Town is like taking a step back in time to when this lovely town was an independent Republic. Stop to explore a still-operating pharmacy from 1317, the seat of the former Republic government at the Rector’s Palace and the revered Cathedral.

We will continue travelling to Split in the afternoon hours along the scenic Adriatic coast and the picturesque Neretva River delta. Dinner and overnight in Split.

DAY 3 | SPLIT | TROGIR | ZADAR
1.700 YEARS OLD CITY OF SPLIT & BEAUTIFUL SMALL TOWN OF TROGIR
SPLIT - GUIDED TOUR HISTORIC CORE, THE DIOCLETIAN’S PALACE

Its lively historic core was once a one man’s retirement palace. The man was the Roman Emperor Diocletian and his modest home is today inhabited by 3000 people. Your walking tour highlights the stunning landmarks like the theatrical open-air Peristyle, the Temple of Jupiter and the Cathedral of St. Dominus, the patron saint of Split. Dinner and overnight in Split.

TROGIR - TINY AND CHARMING UNESCO-LISTED JEWEL

Next, continue to another UNESCO-listed jewel, the tiny but charming Trogir, where the Cathedral of St. Lawrence holds one of Croatia’s most remarkable portals, intricately carved by Master Radovan. Dinner and overnight in Zadar.

DAY 4 | ZADAR | ZAGREB
WANDER QUIET STREETS OF MARBLE AND WATCH THE FABULOUS SUNSET WHILE LISTENING SEA ORGANS
ZADAR - STILL RELATIVELY UNDISCOVERED TOWN, RICH IN HISTORY AND NATURAL BEAUTY

Enjoy a tasty breakfast and a cup of coffee overlooking the beautiful Adriatic Sea and prepare yourself for a day of discovering magnificent UNESCO-listed Dubrovnik Old Town. After a short panoramic drive through Dubrovnik, a professional guide will take you on a walking tour, after which you will be given plenty of free time to discover The Pearl of Adriatic before your transfer back to the ship. We sail towards Šipan Island around 4 pm.

Struck heavily by not one, but two devastating 20th-century conflicts – the WWII and the Croatian Homeland War, Zadar is now reinventing itself and carving its spot on the Croatian tourism scene. A walk through Zadar is a stroll between landmarks of many eras, from the wonderfully preserved Roman Forum, Romanesque Church of St. Donatus, the walls which remind of the prolonged Venetian rule in the Renaissance times to the Instagram-famous modern-day installations, the Sea Organ and Salute to the Sun.

As you drive out to Zagreb in the afternoon hours, you will understand why Zadar won the 2016 Best European Destination Award. Dinner and overnight in Zagreb.

DAY 5 | ZAGREB DEPARTURE
MORNING TOUR OF ZAGREB & AFTERNOON RELAXATION ON LAKES PLITIVCE
ZAGREB - GUIDED TOUR OF CROATIAN CAPITAL

Enjoy a tasty breakfast and a cup of coffee overlooking the beautiful Adriatic Sea and prepare yourself for a day of discovering magnificent UNESCO-listed Dubrovnik Old Town. After a short panoramic drive through Dubrovnik, a professional guide will take you on a walking tour, after which you will be given plenty of free time to discover The Pearl of Adriatic before your transfer back to the ship. We sail towards Šipan Island around 4 pm.

Despite a million people living here, Zagreb somehow manages to retain the cozy feel about it and you will best experience this wandering around the historic, fortified Upper Town. The place of legends, rebellions and witches burnt at stake, the Upper town is home of the Cathedral, St. Mark’s church with the colorful roof and several present-day government buildings. Spread out at its feet, the Lower town oozes a more modern, but still very continental air about it, with many highlights such as the Croatian National Theatre and the University.

Departure transfer to Zagreb Airport.

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INCLUSIONS

4 star hotels

  • Dubrovnik: Ivka 3*
  • Split: President 4*
  • Zadar: Pinija 4*
  • Zagreb: Panorama 4*

Great Hosts

  • Experienced tour manager will escort you through this land tour
  • Local guides for sightseeing tours of Dubrovnik, Split, Zadar and Zagreb

Entrance fees

  • Entrance fees to Franciscan Monastery and Rector’s Palace in Dubrovnik; Diocletian’s Palace and Cathedral in Split; St. Lawrence Cathedral in Trogir; St. Donatus Church in Zadar

transfers

  • Arrival transfer from Dubrovnik Airport to hotel and departure transfer from hotel to Zagreb Airport on the first and the last day of the tour

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Rates are per person for double occupancy for 4 nights. Single Supplement: 190 euro net (on request)

Previosly listed hotels will be used on almost all departures. If changes become necessary for any reason, substitute hotels will be similar to those on this page.

 

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