Discover a tourist route through the beautiful Croatia, the country offers all kinds of attractions and interesting tourist objectives, full of history and beauty. Below we present a tourist circuit that will help you to plan your next vacation.

All Croatia, all inclusive, from Dubrovnik to Zagreb, via Mostar, Split, Trogir, Zadar, the Opatija Riviera and continuing through the National Park Plitvice of great beauty, to Zagreb.

The first day

Presentation at the departure airport at the time mentioned, to take the flight to Dubrovnik, the Pearl of the Adriatic, at the arrival, transfer to the hotel, dinner and overnight.

The second day – Dubrovnik

Panoramic tour of the city of Dubrovnik better known as the Pearl of the Adriatic. During the walk tour will visit the old town to admire the cathedral and the Franciscan Monastery. Visit the Monastery of the Dominicans and the Rector’s Palace, seat of the government or the rector, at the time when Dubrovnik was an independent republic. Dubrovnik is part of the universal heritage of UNESCO, has over 2000 meters of walls that were renovated in 1667 beside the old town and have removed the drivers of the city center. In the afternoon you have at your disposal perform an optionally excursion by boat to the Elafiti archipeleago, visiting the islands Kolocep and Lopud. On the hills of Kolocep are situated ruins of villas and castles of the nobles of Dubrovnik and Lopud where is the church of Santa Maria del XV century. At the end of the day, dinner and overnight.

Dubrovnik, Croatia

Dubrovnik, Croatia

Franciscan Monastery in Dubrovnik

Franciscan Monastery in Dubrovnik

Dominican Monastery -Dubrovnik

Dominican Monastery -Dubrovnik

The third day – Dubrovnik, Mostar, Split

Departure to the city of Mostar (Bosnia and Herzegovina), founded by the Turks in the fifteenth century, was a city of eastern court that have numerous mosques. City tour which highlights the old Bazaar, the Mosque and the Stairmost, famous bridge over the Neretva river which was rebuilt in 2003 and is a symbol of junction between the Croat and Muslim communities. Finish the tour with a visit to a typical Turkish house. Continued trip to Split (again Croatia), the main city in Dalmatia and the most important of all the Adriatico. Panoramic city tour where we will see the Diocletian Palace which offers very interesting archaeological remains, the Temple of Jupiter. Within this enclosure also is the Cathedral of San Domnio, ancient mausoleum of Diocletian, which highlights the belfry of Romanesque-Gothic style and its monumental wooden doors with images of the life of Christ, the work of master Buvina.

Mostar and the Old Bridge

Mostar and the Old Bridge

The fourth day – Split, Trogir, Zadar, Opatija

Continued the trip to Trogir, sightseeing tour of this city of the Adriatic coast situated on an island in the channel between the mainland and the island of Ciovo. The medieval atmosphere of its streets and squares as well as its architecture attract many tourists. Its cathedral and especially the Romanesque cover are a wonder of Croatian art. Departure in the Adriatic coast to get to Zadar, a town on a promontory overlooking the Adriatic, has several beautiful buildings: the church of San Francisco seventeenth century, the church of San Donato like a circular castle of ninth century . Continuing to Opatija, beautiful spa town of great tourist tradition.

Trogir arial view

Trogir arial view

Zadar, Croatia

Zadar, Croatia

The fifth day – Opatija

Free day to enjoy this famous traditional tourist resort on the north coast of Istria, lush vegetation thanks to its mild climate. For those who wish may make an optional excursion to Pula, which is one of the best preserved Roman forums of the world.

Opatija, Croatia

Opatija, Croatia

The best preserved Roman forums of the world.

The best preserved Roman forums of the world.

The sixth day – Opatija, Plitvice, Zagreb

Departure to Plitvice, where we will visit the impressive National Park Plitvice Lakes, the natural beauty of more than 4000 years old has 16 lakes are connected by 92 waterfalls and cascades and is listed in World Heritage by UNESCO . The lakes extending between Mala Kapela and Pljesevica, along 8 km.

The Plitvice Lakes National Park

The Plitvice Lakes National Park

The Plitvice Lakes National Park

The Plitvice Lakes National Park

The seventh day – Zagreb

In the morning we will make a sightseeing tour of the city, Zagreb, is located on the twin cities of Gradec and Kaptol on a hill that overlooked the plain of the river Sava, Gradec, was fortified against the attacks of the Tartars in the thirteenth century and even there some of its walls and medieval arcades. In Kaptol, ancient religious settlement, stands out among other things the Episcopal Palace. In the afternoon optional excursion to visit Varazdin, ancient Slavic city on the river Drava.

Zagreb, Croatia

Zagreb, Croatia

St. Marks Church, Zagreb

St. Marks Church, Zagreb

Varazdin, Croatia

Varazdin, Croatia

The eighth day

Breakfast. At the appointed time, transfer to the airport to embark on plane bound house, arrival and end of the trip.