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    Day 1 : SAMOBOR

    Arrival at Airport Zagreb. Meet and greet by your guide and drive to Samobor. The city was founded in 1242 and is well known for it’s baroque centre, music and costumes, as well as  the famous Samobor sweet Kremšnite. Some free time in Samobor. Dinner and overnight in Hotel .


    After breakfast transfer to Zagreb. Sightseeing of the Croatian capital Zagreb including the fortified St Mark’s church, the Cathedral, the Upper Town , Parliament, the Lotrščak tower passing through the Jesuit square and by the Stone gate, continued to the square of Ban Jelačić and Manduševac Fountain.  Free time for individual lunch and drive to Opatia. Sightseeing Opatia. Dinner and overnight in Opatia .


    In the morning visit of Pula, the largest city in the Istria County, situated on the southern tip of Istria peninsula.  Pula has been an administrative center since ancient Roman times. You will visit the great Roman amphitheater, Pula Arena, which was constructed between 27 BC – 68 AD, and today hosts a lot of concerts and events. We continue to Poreč. Walking tour of ancient Old town of Poreč.   Visit of the Euphrasius Basilica complex from the 6th century, one of the stars of Istria historic attractions. The complex includes the basilica, a sacristy, baptistery and the bell tower of the archbishop’s palace. It is known as the Mediterranean’s best preserved monument of early Byzantine art, the complex has earned a rightful place on UNESCO’s world cultural heritage list. Dinner and overnight Opatija . 


    After breakfast, we drive to the Plitvice Lakes National Park on the UNESCO`s List of World Natural Heritage. Sixteen lakes, each at a different level, connected in a series of cascading waterfalls, surrounded by dense wood, the Plitvice Lakes are a natural phenomenon of rare and unique beauty.  Further we continue to Zadar. Light evening tour of Zadar, including Roman Forum, St. Eliah’s Church and St. Donat’s Church. Dinner and overnight in Zadar Riviera*.


    Morning departure to Krka Waterfalls National Park- undoubtedly one of the highlights of this tour. Well known for its waterfalls, of which Skradinski Buk is the largest and most beautiful. 17 natural barriers, creating a countless number of large and small waterfalls with a height difference of 45m.  We continue to Šibenik. You will visit one of the most valuable monuments of sacred architecture in Dalmatia – the Cathedral of St. James from 15th century, a masterpiece by Juraj Dalmatinac, one of the greatest Renaissance artists in Dalmatia. Dinner and overnight Split/Trogir Riviera Hotel.


    The medieval old town of Trogir ( UNESCO World Heritage site ) with its winding streets is on an island and is considered one big museum, rich in cultural and historic treasures and sights-simply gorgeous and mysterious. Free time for lunch in one of the many restaurants of Trogir.We will see the Cathedral of St. Lawrence with a known Portal by the master Radovan, City Loggia from the 15th century, the Cipiko Palace, the Town Hall and the 11th century Benedictine monastery  Split is the largest Dalmatian city and port ,1700 years ago during the time of Ancient Rome it settled on the Marjan peninsula surrounded by the historical town of ancient Salona. We will stroll the narrow streets of Diocletian Palace, the 4th century Roman emperor, tour its excellently preserved cellar galleries and on the central ancient Peristil Square visit the old Temple of Jupiter, today the city Cathedral. We will also pass the protected Golden and Silver gate, through historical squares to the lively markets and the Riva, ideal place for strolling and shopping. Dinner and overnight Split/Trogir Riviera  Hotel.


    After breakfast over Makarska Riviera to Ploče ferry port. Ferry to wine peninsula Pelješac and drive to Orebić, famous for its seaman families.  Visit of the Franciscan Monastery and it’s Museum with fantastic panorama views over the Pelješac channel to Korčula, Mljet and Lastovo island. Ferry to Marko Polo birth town Korčula. Dinner and overnight in Korčula Hotel .

    Day 8: KORČULA 

    Die city of Korčula is also know as small Dubrovnik and it’s the birth town of famous seaman Marko Polo.  Guided visit of Old town Korčula and st. Marcus cathedral and city museum. Afterwards wine tasting at the Matusko Winery on Pelješac and individual lunch in Ston. In Ston you will see the European Chinese wall. Dinner and overnight in Dubrovnik.
    *Ston possible boat excursion visit of oyster farm with Oyster tasting 

    Day 9: DUBROVNIK 

    Guided tour of this town unique by its beauty and rich cultural heritage. Dubrovnik, the pearl of the Adriatic, has been added to UNESCO World Heritage list. The historical city of Dubrovnik, is surrounded by city walls 2 km long which defended the city against attack both on land and at sea for centuries. Within the city walls a beautiful city developed with many churched, palaces and cultural monuments as well as the Stradun, a well known boardwalk for both young and old from all over the world.  A walk takes us to the Franciscan monastery, Cathedrale of St.Blaise ( protector of the town)and Rectors Palace. Free time, dinner and overnight in Hotel . 

    Day 10: DEPARTURE

    Transfer to the Airport


    • Transfer from to Airport
    • Accommodation in 3-star, 4* or 5* hotels with half board on tour
    • Sightseeing tour of Zadar, Split, Trogir, Dubrovnik, Sibenik, Korcula, Hvar
    • Entrance fees
    • Air-conditioned motor coach throughout
    • Tour Escort