Croatia is slightly off the beaten track but it’s natural beauty with scenic national parks, historic cathedrals, Roman palaces and more makes it a stunning destination. Zagreb is warm and vibrant with plenty of attractions for travelers, including museums, galleries, restaurants, and retail. Croatia’s blissful islands on the Adriatic, are a haven for mariners and those wanting to simply relax and enjoy the Mediterranean sunshine. Adventure aficionados can go for sports such as scuba diving, water skiing, and windsurfing.
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Reach Zagreb and check-in to your hotel. Ensure to book your flight tickets as well as hotel accommodation well in advance to enjoy a budget-friendly and hassle-free holiday in Croatia.
Set out for a full day Lake Bled and Ljubljana tour in neighboring Slovenia. Take a walk down the Ljubljana River and the Old Town. Stay back in Zagreb.
Next morning, after a sumptuous breakfast check-out of the hotel in Zagreb and travel to Split, known for its beaches. Enjoy a guided Plitvice lake tour. The Plitvice Lakes are a verdant complex of 16 cascading lakes of ever-changing colors and lush woods. Visiting Plitvice also allows you to admire the variety of flora and fauna. You may catch a glimpse of the rare lynx, brown bear or wild cat.
Overnight stay in Split.
After breakfast proceed for the Blue cave and the best of Dalmatian Island tour. Book your tickets well in advance. Enjoy boat rides from the Split Riva to the island Biševo and the Blue Cave, followed by a visit to the Green Cave. Cruise through the beautiful Stiniva bay. Visit the seaside town of Rovinj and the Batana Eco-Museum, dine at local seafood restaurants and enjoy a relaxed ambiance. Next, visit the Budikovac Island and swim along the Blue Lagoon. Later, head to Palmižana and visit the Hvar town. Relax for the day in Split.
Following morning, travel to Zadar and spend a leisurely day strolling around its scenic locations. In Zadar you can wander quiet streets of marble, sail to pine-scented beaches on remote islands, dine at konobas, restaurants catering mostly to fishermen and more.
After breakfast at the hotel, enjoy a guided walking tour of Zadar. Visit the Sea Organ, steps where one can sit back and relax which have underwater pipes creating soothing musical harmonica effects.
After a palatable breakfast at the hotel, set out for the Krka Falls tour. Later in the day, travel to Dubrovnik, you final destination in Croatia during the vacation. Nicknamed “Pearl of the Adriatic”, Dubrovnik is one of the most prominent tourist attractions in Croatia and the Mediterranean. Dubrovnik is steeped in stunning architecture and sculptural detail, and boasts spectacular churches, monasteries, museums, fountains and the famous walls that surround the old city. From high up on the walls, you can enjoy amazing views over the old town rooftops and out across the glistening Adriatic Sea.
Next morning, enjoy the Dubrovnik Cable Car round trip and spend the rest of the day relaxing your senses.
On the final day, check out of the hotel and reach Dubrovnik airport for your flight back home.
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