Day-1 Arrival Zagreb – Day free to rest or explore the city on your own Arrival to Zagreb airport. Private transfer to the hotel. Overnight at the hotel in Zagreb area.
Day-2 Zagreb - Zagreb sightseeing tour with local guide (duration approx. 2 hrs) Breakfast at the hotel. Zagreb sightseeing tour with local guide (duration approx. 2 hrs). Zagreb grew up on two neighboring hills: Kaptol - the centre of spiritual and religious life of north-western Croatia and Gradec - the commercial centre of skilful tradesmen and craftsmen. Take an easy walk with your guide, visiting the Upper Town with its Gothic Cathedral, the beautiful and ornate St. Catherine’s church or the massive St. Mark’s church with its famous colour tiled roof. Continue to the medieval Stone Gate and “Dolac”, the open-air market which are a must for all visitors.
Overnight at the hotel in Zagreb area.
Day-3 Zagreb – Split (5 hours) – en route Plitvice Lakes Breakfast at the hotel. Private transfer to Split via Plitvice Lakes (duration approx. 5 hrs). En route visit Plitvice Lakes with local guide (duration approx. 3 hrs). Plitvice National Park is one of the most beautiful and best preserved national parks in the country. It is a valley situated between high forested mountains in which, a string of sixteen beautiful lakes lie one below the other. Fed by small streams and brooks, they spill into each other in 92 foaming cascades and thundering waterfalls. Overnight at the hotel in Split area.
Day-4 Split - Split sightseeing tour with local guide Breakfast at the hotel. Split sightseeing tour with local guide (duration approx. 2 hrs). The Split private tour will take you along the Old City to visit main sights: the old town of Split is built on and around the spectacular Roman Palace erected by the Roman Emperor Diocletian (born in Salona – today’s Solin) in the 4th century. The walking tour starts with a visit to the cellars of the Palace that are still very well preserved. The cellars offer a good view at how the life in the Palace was organized. The Cathedral St. Duje is a complex of a church, formed from an Imperial Roman mausoleum, with a bell tower; strictly the church is dedicated to the Virgin Mary, and the bell tower to Saint Duje. Together they form the Cathedral of St. Duje.
Overnight at the hotel in Split area
Day-5 Split – Dubrovnik (5 hours) – sightseeing tour Breakfast at the hotel. Private transfer to Dubrovnik. (duration approx. 3-5 hrs). Dubrovnik sightseeing with local guide (duration approx. 2 hrs). The old city of Dubrovnik has remained unchanged since the thirteenth century. Its medieval ramparts encircle the city which pedestrians can enter through one of two gates. The city is alive with open air markets, artisans’ shops and studios of artists, Baroque churches and Gothic-Renaissance palaces, unexpected courtyards, and covered loggias. In the summer, music fills the air as the internationally renowned Summer Festival reveals the magic of theatre, music and dance. Overnight at the hotel in Dubrovnik area.
Day-6 Dubrovnik – Day free to explore the city on your own or opt for Excursion to Korčula island (duration approx. 10 hrs) Breakfast at the hotel. OPTIONAL: Excursion to Korčula island (duration approx. 10 hrs). Marco Polo is the property and inheritance of the whole world! Korcula town is considered the birthplace of Marco Polo. Experience the narrow streets, churches and palaces in one of the best preserved Medieval towns in the Mediterranean. Our walking tour of the town will reveal some of the finest sites such as St Marc’s Cathedral. After sightseeing – free time for lunch or even swimming. Overnight at the hotel in Dubrovnik area.
Day-7 Departure Breakfast at the hotel. Private transfer to Dubrovnik airport. End of our services.
Zagreb - With a plethora of interesting museums, myriad cafés and pubs, verdant parks, a beautiful historic old town, and a bustling nightlife, Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, is perfect city-break. Although it became the capital of Croatia only in 1991, the city has through historic times remained the cultural and political hub of the country.
Split - Split is Slovenia’s second largest city, transport hub and popular tourist destination on the eastern shore of the Adriatic Sea centred on the Roman Palace of the Emperor Diocletian.
Dubrovnik - Located on the Adriatic Sea, Dubrovnik is one Croatia’s most beautiful cities and its most popular tourist destination. The city is considered as one of the best preserved medieval walled cities and is listed under the UNESCO World Heritage Site. The azure Adriatic Sea, marbled streets and baroque buildings make Dubrovnik an inspiring city, one that never fails to impress. Dubrovnik can be visited all around the year, although spring and summer are best time, when the city is bustling with life.