Highlights of Croatia


Dubrovnik, Split, Trogir, Zadar, Zagreb, Plitvice


Welcome to Dubrovnik! When you descend in Dubrovnik and pick up your luggage, organized transfer to your hotel waits for you.


Since you have arrived in city that is called “pearl of Adriatic” we will start sightseeing as early as possible in the morning.  Dubrovnik with its famous sights is included in UNESCO’s List of World Cultural Heritage. We will visit Franciscan Monastery with Europe’s third oldest pharmacy. The Franciscan Monastery consists of a church, a monastery, a library and a pharmacy. It is situated at the main street of Dubrovnik. The Old Pharmacy is founded in 1317, as in-house pharmacy for Franciscan friars is one of the oldest in Europe and still functioning. Next is Rector’s Palace. Interesting building built in the 14th century was a seat of the Rector and housed an armory, watch house, and prison. Architecture represents Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque styles combined. We will visit beautiful cathedral in the old town called Cathedral of the Assumption of Virgin Mary. In the afternoon, we will depart for Split driving along the Adriatic Coast. Upon arrival, we will have dinner and overnight in Split.

Day 3 SPLIT – TROGIR – ZADAR, Tuesday

After breakfast we will take sightseeing tour of Split and visit all main sights: Diocletian’s Palace on the UNESCO’s List of World Cultural Heritage with the Peristyle, the Jupiter’s Temple and the Cathedral.  Diocletian’s Palace with the Peristyle is an absolute must see as it is the one of the most complete remains of a Roman Palace in the world. The ruins of the Diocletian’s palace date back to the late 3rd century A.D. Jupiter’s Temple was built from 295 to 305 AD as part of the palace to honor the cult of Jupiter. It is located near the Peristyle in the central square of the palace. Cathedral of Saint Domnius consists of a church modified from Diocletian’s Imperial Roman mausoleum, with an adjacent bell tower and if you decide to climb up it will give you breathtaking view of Split you can ever see. After tour we will continue to Trogir, medieval town where we will visit the Cathedral of St. Lawrence, masterpiece of Master Radovan. We will continue to rising star of Croatian tourism, Zadar. In Zadar we will have dinner and spend the night there.

Day 4 ZADAR – ZAGREB, Wednesday

As previously mentioned, rising star of Croatian tourism, attracts each year more tourists than before. Mostly known for Sea Organ (Morske Orgulje) and greeting to the Sun, we will visit Roman Forum and St. Donatus Church. A spacious square in the middle of the old town center filled Roman ruins remind us of the Roman Empire. St. Donatus Church is one of Zadar’s most famous landmarks and we suggest you climb up the tower to see beautiful view of Zadar. In the afternoon we will depart for Zagreb, the capital of Croatia. We will have dinner and spend the night in Zagreb.

Day 5 ZAGREB – NP PLITVICE, Thursday

We will start the day with sightseeing tour of Zagreb; Upper Town, St Mark’s Church, the Cathedral, the Croatian National Theatre and the University. Upper Town consists of medieval style streets; it will feel like a time travel trip. You can find great spots to take pictures and selfies. St Mark’s Church is the most beautiful Church in Zagreb, symbol of Upper town. People often see it outside, but interior is really a masterpiece. In late afternoon we will head to Plitvice, have dinner and spend the night in the region.

Day 6 NP PLITVICE, Friday

After breakfast we will tour the Plitvice Lakes National Park. The largest and most popular national park in Croatia will take your breath away with its rare and unique beauty.  Sixteen lakes, each at a different level, are connected in a series of cascading waterfalls. After you get tired of this natural phenomenon we will have dinner and spend another night in Plitvice region.

In the morning we will leave for Dubrovnik where we will have dinner and spend the night. Eveneing is free for you to enjoy Dubrovnik.

After breakfast, our tour ends with transfer to Dubrovnik Airport. Thank you for travelling with us and visiting all highlights of Croatia.


  • Arrival transfer from Dubrovnik Airport to hotel and departure transfer from hotel to Dubrovnik Airport on the first and the last day of the tour
  • Accommodation in 4* hotels (except in Dubrovnik 3*) on half board basis
  • Air-conditioned motor coach throughout
  • Tour escort throughout land (English-German) portion


  • Local guides for sightseeing tours of Dubrovnik, Split, Zadar and Zagreb
  • Entrance fees to Franciscan Monastery and Rector’s Palace in Dubrovnik; Diocletian’s Palace and Cathedral in Split; St. Lawrence Cathedral in Trogir; St. Donatus Church in Zadar; Plitvice Lakes National Park


  • Dubrovnik – Ivka 3*
  • Split – President 4*
  • Zadar – Pinija 4*
  • Zagreb – Panorama 4*
  • Plitvice – Park 4*

Hotels listed in this brochure will be used on almost all departures. If changes become necessary for any reason, substitute hotels will be similar to those in the brochure.

Price per person. Double occupancy, prices in Euro

May 5, 12, 19993 EUR
Jun 2, 9, 16993 EUR
Aug 251065 EUR
Sep 1, 8, 15, 221065 EUR
Single suppl.360 EUR net