This beautiful trip to the two friendly east European countries of Croatian and Slovenia lets you explore the stunning cities of Zagreb, Ljubljana, and Dubrovnik, as well as the fairy tale beauty of Lake Bled in Slovenia, the Plitvice Lakes and famous Blue Cave on Biševo in Croatia.
The natural beauty of Croatia with scenic national parks, historic cathedrals, Roman palaces and more is simply stunning. 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.
In this trip you will also discover two most beautiful gems of Slovenia: the magical Lake Bled and the charming capital Ljubljana. The mountain lake in the Alpine region is one of Slovenia’s most picturesque spots to visit and is a perfect getaway with a medieval castle that stands on a hilltop, a quaint island, little hiking trails, turquoise swim spots and the St. Mary's Church in the middle of the Lake.
In Croatia the Plitvice Lakes are a verdant complex of 16 cascading lakes of ever-changing colours 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.
Explore the Blue Cave on Biševo, also in Croatia, that reminds one of the blue grotto of Capri and is a huge draw for tourists. Visit the seaside town of Rovinj and the Batana Eco-Museum, dine at local seafood restaurants and enjoy a relaxed ambience. Tour the Krka Monastery. Featuring a unique combination of Byzantine and Mediterranean architecture, it occupies a peaceful position above the river and a small lake.
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.
While in Croatia, spend a day in Mljet. An idyllic island in south Dalmatia, Mljet is two-thirds pine forest and one-third National Park, where a 12th-century monastery lies in the middle of an islet. Excursions may also involve hiking and cycling.
Prices start from INR 1,45,000 per person with a minimum of 2 people travelling together.
Inclusions: Accommodation in 4 star hotels with breakfast, airport transfers, tours as per itinerary. Excludes: airfare, visa.