Join us and find out why Croatia is one of the most popular destination in Europe. This 9 day tour will take you through Croatia’s most popular cities and stunning locations in mainland and beautiful coast as well. Knowable local guides will lead you through world famous sites and cities like Plitvice Lakes, magnificent Dubrovnik and UNESCO Split among others.
Welcome to Croatia! Your transfer will await you upon your arrival at Croatia’s capital city. Depending on your flight arrival, we leave you to rest or explore the city to take in first impressions. Welcome dinner in the hotel.
After breakfast enjoy sightseeing tour of the capital and the largest city of Croatia. Walk around the historical city centre and explore major sights and rich history dating from Roman times. Feel unique experience of everyday Zagreb on Dolac, open-air farmers market where locals buy food for past 80 years, meet the locals and taste fresh seasonal products from Zagreb surroundings. On the way to the upper city you will pass the famous Stone gate, one of the best-preserved monuments of the old Zagreb and hear its story. Take a ride with the funicular in Zagreb and a walk via Lenuzzi green horseshoe – one of the major urban interventions in the history of Croatian architecture and horticulture. Afterwards, enjoy traditional meal of the area in local restaurant. End this day with afternoon at leisure or join our optional half-day excursion to delightful town of Varazdin – the city of music, baroque and flowers. Overnight stay at the hotel.
Discover wonderful city of Varazdin – the city of music, baroque and flowers. Enjoy rich history and culture of the town and its many Baroque palaces, churches and monasteries. and learn why it is also called “little Vienna”. Visit the city museum located in a renaissance fortress on the water – the old city. Relax while walking through one of numerous city parks and gardens. Varazdin is a city where even the cemetery is an architectural pearl.
Included: transfer, local guide
PRICE per person in EUR = 35,00
Note: Min number of persons for optional excursion: 10
Today travel from Zagreb to UNESCO city of Zadar.
On the way we shall stop at National Park Plitvice lakes, a masterpiece of nature. Through centuries water was carving lakes and forming waterfalls resulting with creation of 16 crystal clear lakes. It is the first and the biggest National park in Croatia and the only one put on UNESCO list of natural heritage in 1979. Once we arrive at National park Plitvice lakes, considering weather conditions we will choose the best route between many that are possible. We will hike, cross the biggest lake with the boat and drive with the panoramic bus. Before continuing to Zadar city, enjoy traditional meal in local restaurant in Plitvice area. Arrival to Zadar for a one night stay.
Morning sightseeing tour of UNESCO Zadar. Visit the beautiful old roman forum, listen to the sea organs and discover why Zadar is a unique town along Croatia’s Dalmatian coast, where travellers come to enjoy the seafood and watch dreamy sunsets. Our tour takes us forward to special experience of wine tasting in the garden setting of one of the Croatia’s leading winemakers located in the hills of Skradin. Wine production in Croatia goes way back to Ancient Greek times so many traditional local grape varieties survived in Croatia, enjoy the taste! Next destination we will not miss on our way to Split, driving along the scenic coastline is beautiful UNESCO city of Sibenik, hear how it successfully combines its famous past and the gift of natural beauties. Enjoy a beautiful three nights stay at the second largest city of Croatia.
Morning sightseeing tour of Split. Walk through the medieval streets as the Romans did 18 centuries ago and enjoy impressive sites such as the palace of the great emperor Diocletian with his mausoleum – today’s cathedral, Peristyle, Golden gate, various statues, Venetian palaces and more. Spend some free time exploring Riva-Split’s beautiful waterside promenade lined with restaurants, shops and cafes. Following historic footsteps second destination of the day is Trogir, the oldest city on the Adriatic coast under UNESCO protected sites. Reveal the unique memorial heritage and adore the beautiful masterpieces of famous sculptors – the magnificent Cathedral’s portal of master Radovan and the reliefs of master Niccolò di Giovanni Fiorentino. Return to Split for dinner and overnight.
Enjoy unforgettable experience on a day trip to Brač island the third largest island in the Adriatic. During this full-day excursion you will visit the oldest settlement on the island, village Škrip, a home to the Museum of the Island of Brač and Oil Museum. Afterwards we continue to the highest point of all Croatian islands – Vidova Gora (778 meters above sea level) where you can enjoy the spectacular view of Bol and the other neighbouring islands Hvar, Korčula and Vis. We will end the trip with a visit to small pastoral settlement of stone houses and cattle hens, located in the original environment of the Brač shepard’s settlements, on Vidova Gora. On a small farm you will find sheeps, goats, pigs, geese, horses and donkeys and enjoy traditional food made from locally produced ingredients. Return to Split for overnight.
Today we leave Split travelling along the coast towards a true pearl of Croatia— Dubrovnik.
We will stop in Ston, small fisherman town and once very important salt producing centre strategically positioned on the Adriatic shore along important trade routes. Ston was extremely significant for the Ragusa Republic leaving us until today the largest fortification monument in Europe – the defence wall still proudly standing. Ston is also a popular destination for foodies due to the local Mali Ston Bay rich with mussels and oysters – a culinary highlight of any foodie tour in Croatia which you will taste today in unique gastronomic attraction by sailing a boat experiencing untouched natural beauty of the protected eco system. Entire experience will also have educational character about the process of cultivating oysters. Upon arrival to Dubrovnik enjoy sightseeing tour in the afternoon. The walls of Dubrovnik girdle a perfectly preserved complex of public and private, sacral and secular buildings representing all periods of the city’s history, beginning with its founding in the 7th century. Walk through city’s main street Stradun and learn of the Rector’s Palace, the church of St. Blaise, the Cathedral, three large monasteries and the City Hall. The Republic of Dubrovnik was the centre of a separate political and territorial entity, and was proud of its culture, its achievements in commerce and especially of its freedom preserved down so many tempestuous centuries.
Today enjoy day at leisure or join us on optional full day excursion to island of Korčula.
FD KORČULA ISLAND TOUR (Tasting, Lunch)
The island of Korčula belongs to the central Dalmatian archipelago, separated from the Pelješac peninsula by a narrow Strait of Pelješac. The peninsula is part of the Dubrovnik-Neretva County and is the second largest peninsula in Croatia. Here you can find and taste over 60 different labels of wine from Pelješac and Korčula island (Plavac, Pošip, Greek, Rukatac, Dingač), but also homemade liqueurs and spirits, and the best Croatian cheeses and deli. Whether you are an experienced wine connoisseur, desiring to learn about the new wine regions, or just a casual passer, friendly staff in a comfortable atmosphere will introduce you to some of the best Croatian wines and answer all your questions.
Included: transfer, ferry, local guide, wine tasting, lunch
PRICE per person in EUR = 120,00
Note: Min number of persons for optional excursion: 10
Departure transfer to Dubrovnik airport.
|Period||22-30 April||13-21 May||3-11 June||26 Aug-3 Sep||16-24 Sep||7-15 Oct|
|In DBL room||1.550,00||1.690,00||1.790,00||1.790,00||1.790,00||1.690,00|
|SGL room supplement||255,00||330,00||370,00||385,00||365,00||325,00|
Yes, transfers to/form airport are included in the price
Flights are not included in the price.
Visas are not included in the price. If you require visa to enter Croatia please contact us, and we will gladly help you with visa request.
Following entrances fees are included in the price. Entrances: Zagreb Funicular, National Park Plitvice Lakes, Diocletian’s Palace in Split, Franciscan Monastery in Dubrovnik, Island of Brac museum
Yes, we use only high-quality vehicles and all are air conditioned.
This tour is recommended for adults, but kids are welcomed to join.
Yes, we have qualified and licensed Tour Manager during the entire trip
Yes, all guides and tour manager speak very good English.
Yes, all hotels have free Wi-fi and many tourist locations in Croatia have free Wi-fi also.
All hotels used in this tour have 4 star rating.
Yes. Please check our price list.
Yes, we will gladly arrange your pre/post tour accommodation.
Yes, guide will always make sure you have some free time to explore on your own.
This tour requires minimal fitness level. Most activities require light walking.
Official currency in Croatia is Croatian Kuna (HRK). All major currencies can be easily exchanged in banks, hotels or exchange offices. ATMs are also widely available in Croatia.
In the unlikely case that departure is cancelled, every client who has paid either deposit or full amount will receive money return in full.
Perfecta Travel is obliged to send information about cancellation no later than 60 days before departure date.
Tips are welcomed but not mandatory. Here are tipping recommendations:
• Local Guide/s: 10-15€ per group for a half-day tour, 15-20€ per group for full-day tour
• Driver: 1-2€ per person per day
• Hotel personnel: 1-2€ per day
Croatia uses the standard European socket with round, two-pronged plugs. You can buy an adapter at most electronics stores, or even grab one in the airport on your way out.
We booked this tour with our friends and loved every minute of it. We visited amazing places like Zagreb, Plitvice lakes and famous Dubrovnik. Guided tours were included and we had great local guides. Many thanks to our driver Marko, a the end he was like friend to us!
The tour was organized very well and we had great time! Our guides were very informative and showed us the most interesting places and photo locations. Hotels were also very good and not far from the city centre.