|Feel the modern European Vibe of Croatia’s Capital Zagreb|
|Walk around 16 lakes hidden in a forest at National Park Plitvice Lakes (UNESCO)|
|Lose yourself in the ancient Roman streets of Split (UNESCO)|
|Watch the Adriatic Sunset on glamorous Hvar Island (UNESCO)|
|Conquer the strongest fortress of the Adriatic in Dubrovnik (UNESCO)|
|Enjoy the luxury of having a personal driver guide that does all the work for you|
Day 1 – Arrival in Zagreb – Croatia’s Capital
Meet your driver guide at the airport and get transferred to your accommodation in Zagreb. After check-in, together with your driver, you will take a laid-back walk in the city in order to feel the vibe and to get some insider information. Now you know the good places and you can take the afternoon/evening for yourself.
Places you visit today: Zagreb City
Overnight 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 linked with small cascades and waterfalls. Before arriving at the National Park you will have a photo stop in the 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 visit today: Karlovac War Museum, National Park Plitvice Lakes
Overnight at the National Park Plitvice Lakes.
Day 3 – In Zadar, the sea is literally singing
In the morning you continue your journey to Zadar. You leave behind the National Park and drive down to Croatia’s laid-back coastline called “Dalmatia”. Zadar is the most north destination in Dalmatia waiting with some world-unique architectural surprises for you. For example, the Sea Organ in Zadar that makes the waves sing. The sounds are so mesmerizing that you’ll always find people sitting around this beautiful instrument. The Venetian Old Town of Zadar is full symbols and signs from the medieval past. Your driver will show you around in order to get the most out of Zadar that day.
Places you visit today: Sea Organ, Zadar Old Town
Overnight in Zadar.
Day 4 – Split is a town where the Emperor came to die
After breakfast, you take the scenic “Magistrala” Ocean Drive to south Dalmatia. At arrival in Split, you’ll take a laid-back walk in the city and explore the labyrinth of cobbled streets and smaller alleys packed with culinary and historical surprises. The whole old town of Split is under the protection of UNESCO. Roman Emperor Diocletian came here to build himself a Mausoleum and end to spend the last chapters of his life. Once you arrive here you will find out why…
Places you visit today: Šibenik & Split
Overnight in Split.
Day 5 – Day Trip to Hvar Island
The Dalmatian coast is not only popular among tourists but also among native Croatians. It seems that Dalmatia has been a little luckier than the other regions in Croatia. It is blessed with a gorgeous coastline and beautiful Islands. Hvar Island is not to be missed when in Croatia. One side of the Island is glamorous and visited by many world-known celebrities, the other side is calm and left over to nature. Today you are going to explore several places on the island of Hvar.
Places you visit today: Hvar, Stari Grad, Jelsa, Split
Overnight in Split.
Day 6 – The Island Hopping just started – Korčula Island and Pelješac
While Hvar and Vis are the most known Islands in Croatia there are certainly some off-the-beaten-path places in Korčula. The town of Korčula is packed with tourists from all over the world (especially cruise ship passengers) but the Island of Korčula hides wonderful beaches, great food and places where mass tourism is not known to the locals. This day you will discover several locations on the island and stay overnight at a small family-run hotel or guesthouse.
Places you visit today: Today you are relaxing at the great beaches in Korčula or visit a winery
Overnight on Korčula Island.
Day 7 – The Road to Dubrovnik
Before you arrive in Dubrovnik, you’ll jump two more times on a ferry in order to come from Korčula to Pelješac Peninsula (known as an excellent wine region) via Ston (known for the great ancient Salt Basins) and finally Dubrovnik.
This is probably the most known destination in Croatia. Some people even think Croatia is situated in Dubrovnik! Anyways, the city walls of Dubrovnik are one of the greatest defense systems Europe has ever seen. Not only scenes Star Wars and Game of Thrones were shot here but also great historical battles were fought on the shores of Dubrovnik’s seafront. Enjoy a full day in the old town (also protected by UNESCO) and take a walk along the mighty city walls. In the evening you can watch the sunset from a Café Bar located just at the rocks in front of the Adriatic Sea. Your guide knows where the good places are.
Places you visit today: Pelješac Peninsula, Dubrovnik Old Town
Overnight in Dubrovnik.
Day 8 – The End (or maybe not?)
Travel by Car
1 person – 2958€/person
2 persons – 1964€/person
3 persons – 1633€/person
Travel by Van
4 persons – 1679€/person
5 persons – 1558€/person
6 persons – 1477€/person
7 persons – 1420€/person
8 persons – 1377€/person
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.