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    Day 1: ARRIVAL
    Arrival at Split Airport. Dinner and overnight.

    Day 2: SPLIT & TROGIR
    After breakfast visit of Dalmatian capital Split, sightseeing tour of more than 1700 years old Split covering the Diocletian`s Palace on the UNESCO`s List of World Cultural Heritage with the Peristyle, Jupiter’s Temple and the Cathedral. Departure for Trogir, a romantic and picturesque medieval town where we visit the Cathedral of St. Lawrence. Time for leisure and shopping. Dinner and overnight.

    Day 3: ZADAR & ŠIBENIK
    Morning drive to Zadar where we will visit the Roman Forum and St Donat’s Church, a magnificent monument of Romanesque architecture. Time for leisure and shopping. On
    the way back we stop in Sibenik to visit of the Cathedral of St Jacob /15th century/, a masterpiece of the Gothic-Renaissance Art. Dinner and overnight.

    Day 4: ISLAND BRAC
    We take to morning ferry to the largest Dalmatian island, where we will visit the highest top of all Adriatic mountains Vidova Gora, with great views to the surrounding islands. We continue to Bol where we visit the Croatian most beautiful beach „Golden cape“. We will have lunch in aN old place inside the island in a typical island family restaurant and afterwards visit as well the island museum, where one can see island life through the centuries in the oldest island settlement. Transfer ferry back
    to Split. Dinner and overnight .

    Day 5: ISLAND HVAR
    After breakfast we take the ferry to island Hvar and visit first Stari Grad, one of Croatia’s oldest cities. The we continue to the city of Hvar. The town of Hvar has a lot of historical
    monuments interesting for visitors. A visit to the 16th-century Theatre, the 13th-14th century Arsenal, or squares surrounded by numerous churches and palaces in different
    architectural styles only complete the town image. The Franciscan monastery in the town is well-known for its collection of old masters, including the most famous one – “Last
    Supper” by Ingoli. The fort above the town offers a unique magnificent view of one part of the surrounding islands and the nearby archipelago. We leave Hvar over Sucuraj to
    Dubrovnik. Dinner and overnight.

    After breakfast we drive over the wine peninsula Peljesac to the island Korcula. Korčula is considered to be the birthplace of Marco Polo, and the legend says that the town of
    Korčula was founded by the Trojan hero Antenor. On our way back to Dubrovnik we make a wine tasting in one of the Peljesac wine cellars. Dinner and overnight Dubrovnik.

    Day 7: DUBROVNIK
    Morning sightseeing tour of Dubrovnik including the Franciscan and Dominican Monasteries, Rector’s Palace and the Cathedral. In the afternoon, you have time for leisure
    to climb the walls of the city or to trek on the isle of Lokrum in front of the harbour of the Old Town. Dinner and overnight in Dubrovnik.

    Day 8: 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