|Feel the modern European Vibe of Croatia’s Capital Zagreb|
|Hike within National Park Plitvice Lakes and discover turquoise-green lakes in a magical forest (UNESCO)|
|Visit a huge Roman palace in ancient Split (UNESCO)|
|Listen to the mezmerizing sounds of the world-famous Sea Organ in Zadar (UNESCO)|
|Walk the strongest fortress of the Adriatic in Dubrovnik (UNESCO)|
|Enjoy the professional and friendly service of our driver and our vehicles|
All year long
TOUR DEPARTURES FROM ZAGREB
Transfer Vienna – Zagreb in less than 370 km / 230 mi
Transfer Pula – Zagreb in less than 270 km / 170 mi
Transfer Venice – Zagreb in less than 380 km / 240 mi
Transfer Ljubljana – Zagreb in less than 140 km / 90 mi
Transfer Budapest – Zagreb in less than 350 km / 220 mi
Day 1 – Arrival in Zagreb – Explore the modern Slavic vibe
Meet your driver at the airport and get transferred to your accommodation in Zagreb. After check-in, you can enjoy a great afternoon in Croatia’s most modern town. Here you can feel the modern Slavic vibe, eat great food, and visit some of the world’s most innovative museum (e.g. Museum of Broken Relationships or Museum of Illusions). Your Krug Travel driver will provide you with all the essential materials that you need for a great day in Zagreb.
Day 2 – Croatia Nature Experience: National Park Plitvice Lakes (UNESCO)
After breakfast, you check-out and start your journey to Croatia’s most famous National Park. Hidden in the forest, you’ll discover 16 lakes connected with small cascades and waterfalls. Before arriving at the National Park you will have a photo stop in the rather unknown continental town of Karlovac. The town “where four rivers come together” was the frontline during the Yugoslav War. Here they built a War Museum with Vehicles and War Machines that were used during the “War of Independence” as the Croatians call it. In the afternoon/evening, you check-in and have the evening to yourself.
Places you’ll visit today: Karlovac War Museum, National Park Plitvice Lakes
Day 3 – Listen to the world-famous Sea Organ and stroll through Adriatic stone alleys
After breakfast, you move on from the Plitvice Lakes to the Adriatic Coast. Zadar is an old Venetian fortress that has a fine preserved old town. The most famous attraction is the Sea Organ. Have you ever listen to the waves? The Croatian architect Nikola Bašić invented a system of tubes positioned under white marble steps that allow the sea water to enter the tubes. With the movement of the water pushing air through the tubes, you can hear mesmerizing sounds that enchant visitors from all over the world. It seems that those sounds have a magical effect on the listener. In Zadar, there are some great places to have lunch. Afterward, your journey takes you to Šibenik. Here, you can visit the Cathedral of St. James (UNESCO), stroll around in the charming old town, and enjoy the feeling of the Mediterranean.
Places you’ll visit today: Zadar, Sea Organ, Šibenik
Day 4 – Walk inside a Roman Palace
The Dalmatian coast is not only popular among tourists but also among native Croatians. It seems that the region of Dalmatia has been a little luckier than the other regions in Croatia. It is blessed with a gorgeous coastline and beautiful Islands. On your way to Split, you will have a stop in Trogir. This town is so small and picturesque, just perfect for catching some views of a variety of architectural styles within such a small area. Romanesque, Baroque, Renaissance – Trogir has them all! Get a scoop of fine Croatian Gelato and take a walk through the town. You will not be disappointed. Not far away from Trogir, a Roman emperor decided to build his “retirement home” right at the sea. It was mighty emperor Diocletian who built a huge palace facing the waterfront. Today, this palace represents the entire old town of Split. Just walking through the palace is an experience for itself. Fantastic artisan shops, modern Cafes, and Restaurants do not let down any Foodie or Art Lover. Diocletian built himself a Mausoleum within the palace which is today the Cathedral of Split (St. Domnius). The whole palace is full of hidden entrances, ancient corners, sudden turns, and unexpected alleys. Use your day to explore this unique Dalmatian town. Ask your driver where to eat or have a good cocktail.
Places you’ll visit today: Trogir, Split
Day 5 – The Walls of Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik is probably the best-known destination in Croatia. Some people even think Croatia is situated in Dubrovnik! Haha!
Anyway, the city walls of Dubrovnik are one of the greatest defense systems Europe has ever seen. Not only scenes from Star Wars and Game of Thrones were shot here but also great historical battles were fought on the shores of Dubrovnik’s seafront. Before arriving in Dubrovnik, you’ll have a photo stop in Ston. A small town located on the Pelješac peninsula that was home to a surprisingly great wall and ancient salt basins. Afterward, enjoy a full afternoon in the old town of Dubrovnik (UNESCO) and take a walk along the mighty city walls. In the evening you can watch the sunset from a bar located just at the rocks in front of the Adriatic Sea. Your driver knows where the good places are.
Places you’ll visit today: Ston, Dubrovnik
Day 6 – The End (or maybe not?)
Included today: Transfer to the airport of Dubrovnik (Čilipi)
Note: Our offer is a basic offer with all the essentials like transport, driver, and accommodation. Also, we will not surprise you with extra toll or parking fees. However, each tour or trip is unique and we are open to changes in the itinerary (as far as this is possible). In that case, extra charges may apply to you.
You can make your tour a private tour or a public tour. If you book a private tour your tour is joined only by you and your companions. If you book a public tour we may find other travelers to join you and hence lower the price for all participants. It is up to you.