Visiting most famous Croatian cities and natural phenomenon

Tasting highest quality Croatian wine & traditional food

Visiting Plitvice Lakes National Park, oldest, largest and most visited in Croatia

Visiting Dubrovnik, most famous Croatian city

Croatia is a Central European and Mediterranean country, bordering Slovenia in the west, Hungary in the north, Serbia in the east and Bosnia and Herzegovina in the south; the country also has a long maritime border with Italy in the Adriatic Sea. These borders total 2,028 km altogether. Croatia has an unusual shape (similar to a croissant) that is unlike any other country in the world, which comes as a result of five centuries of expansion by the Ottoman (Turkish) empire towards Central Europe (although Croatia was never conquered by the Turks).

Croatia covers a land area of 56,691 square kilometres and has a population of about 4.29 million people (2011 census). Almost 90% of the population is Croat (the majority of whom are Roman Catholics), but there are also Serbian, Bosnian, Hungarian and Italian minorities. The main population centres are Zagreb, the capital (with a population of just under 800,000), Osijek in the northeast (population: 107,000), and the ports of Rijeka (population: 128,000) on the northern part of the coastline, and Split (population: 178,000) towards the south. Other well-known towns include Dubrovnik, Zadar, Šibenik, Makarska, Poreč, Rovinj and Opatija.

The official language is Croatian, which is written in the Latin script. Croatia has an amazing 5,835km of coastline, 4,057km of which belongs to islands, cliffs and reefs. There are 1,185 islands in the Adriatic, but only about 50 are populated. The largest island is Krk (near Rijeka) which has a land area of 462 square km, while the country’s other well-known islands include Hvar, Brač, Korčula and Pag.

The climate is Mediterranean along the Adriatic coast, which means warm dry summers and mild winters, with 2,600 hours of yearly sunlight on average; it is one of the sunniest coastlines in Europe! The interior of the country has a continental climate with hot summers and cold, snowy winters.

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15 days


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DAY 1 - Zagreb
Arrival at Zagreb Airport and meeting with tour leader. Entering coach and transfer to City of Zagreb. Accommodation in the hotel. Leisure time. Sightseeing of Zagreb with local guide: panoramic coach drive through downtown. Walking tour: The Cathedral, Jelačić Square, Manduševac Fountain, Tkalčićeva Street... Visiting Upper Town with funicular and sightseeing: St. Mark's Square and St. Mark's church, Croatian Parliament, Government's Palace, Katarina Square, Jesuit Square and Lotrščak Tower... Dinner in the hotel. Overnight.
DAY 2 - Zagreb - Hrvatsko Zagorje - Osijek
Breakfast in the hotel. Coach drive toward region Hrvatsko Zagorje. Visiting Staro Selo (The Old Village) Museum in village Kumrovec with local guide - the biggest open-space in situ ethnographic museum in the Republic of Croatia, including around 30 traditional housing and farm facilities from the late 19th and early 20th century. At the entrance to the museum stands the farm of the Broz family, which includes the birth house of Josip Broz Tito and historic and ethnographic exhibits. In the village the group will attend presentation of manufacture of traditional wooden toys – listed on UNESCO's Representative List of Intangible Heritage of Humanity. Lunch and vine tasting in one of traditional restaurants of region Hrvatsko Zagorje. Coach drive toward eastern Croatian region Slavonija. Arriving to City of Osijek. Accommodation in the hotel. Dinner in the hotel. Evening walk around Osijek. Overnight.
DAY 3 - Osijek - Kopački rit
Breakfast. Meeting with local tourist guide and departure to a sightseeing tour around Osijek. Visiting Tvrđa, a fortified part of the city from the 18th century where the group will see some of the most valuable examples of Baroque architecture in Croatia, such as the statue of Holy Trinity and General’s-headquarters which can be found on 200 kuna bills. Passing through the large parks and gardens (the city has 17 parks) the group will visit Secession district with monumental public and private buildings such as palaces, galleries, court and post office. Visiting the main square and walking along the promenade to the St. Peter and Paul Co-Cathedral. Completed in 1898. with its 90-meter high tower it is the tallest building in Osijek today and the second highest church in Croatia. Lunch in one of city restaurants. A short coach drive to Kopački Rit Nature Park. Tour around the park with park’s guide. Entering the boat and going to an exciting journey through the Special Zoological Reserve. The tour lasts approximately 1 hour. You will experience the wondrous world of the Danube’s floodplain accompanied by a professional guide. Return to Osijek. Dinner in the hotel. Overnight.
DAY 4 - Baranja Region
Breakfast. Coach drive to Baranja region. Visiting village Batina and great monument raised to honour Russian Red Army soldiers who died here in World War II in great Battle at Batina in 1944. Visiting great Belje Vine Cellar in town Kneževi Vinogradi. In Belje Vine Cellar the group will be introduced with wine production in this part of Croatia along with vine tasting. A short coach drive to village Karanac where the group will visit traditional Baranja estate and restaurant and will have lunch prepared in traditional way. Return to Osijek. Dinner in the hotel. Overnight.
DAY 5 - Vukovar - Ilok
Breakfast. Coach drive to Vukovar. City tour through Vukovar's most beautiful parts including: historical baroque city centre with many beautiful buildings, like Castle Eltz, visit to the Memorial cemetery of the victims of the Homeland War (Croatian War of Independence), Vukovar Water Tower. This famous tower is the landmark and one of the symbols of Vukovar. Taking a panoramic boat ride on the Danube River. Lunch in one of Vukovar restaurants. Continuing with coach to town of Ilok, the easternmost town of Croatia. Sightseeing the Odescalchi Castle, the central building situated in the medieval town of Ilok, housing the famous old Ilok cellars and the Museum of the Town of Ilok. Return to Osijek. Dinner in the hotel. Overnight.
DAY 6 - Đakovo - Zagreb
Breakfast. Coach drive to Đakovo. Visiting State Stud Farm with Lipizzaner horses founded by Bosnia-Sirmia bishops in 1506. It is the oldest institution for breeding and selection in the Republic of Croatia. The Stud Farm was known throughout the Austria-Hungary Monarchy. Visiting Cathedral of St. Peter, with the characteristics of Gothic and Romanic architecture, the symbol of Đakovo. Continuing coach drive through Slavonija and Moslavina to the Kezele Family Rural Tourism based on the family tradition of winemaking and preparing traditional meals. The estate showcases furnished wooden houses around 100 years old, where the group will enjoy homemade cuisine and wines from family cellar. The experience of a true rural farm is rounded off by a scenic view of vineyards, a barn with domestic animals and an ethnographic collection with amazing antiquities. After lunch and vine tasting continuing coach drive to Zagreb. Accommodation in the hotel. Dinner in the hotel. Overnight.
DAY 7 - Moslavina
Breakfast. Coach drive to region Moslavina. Taking a bike tour that is held in the heart of the Moslavina region, surrounded by Moslavina hills, embraced with Lonjsko Polje Nature Park. Visiting village Repušnica and Nature Park Lonjsko Polje Presentation Centre. In it a local guide will hold a presentation about Lonjsko Polje Nature Park, Moslavina vine roads and village Repušnica. Lunch in one of Moslavina restaurants. Coach drive to Zagreb. Dinner in the hotel. Overnight.
DAY 8 - Zagreb - Fužine - Opatija
Breakfast in the hotel. Coach drive toward Adriatic Sea, passing near City of Karlovac and over mountain region of Gorski Kotar. Stopping in mountain town Fužine and visiting Vrelo Cave, beautiful example of carst geomorphology, typical for Croatian mountain and coastal regions. Lunch in one of Fužine restaurants. Continuing couch drive, passing near City of Rijeka and arriving to Opatija. Accommodation in the hotel. Walking tour around Opatija with tour leader. Dinner in the hotel. Evening walk around town of Opatija, oldest tourist destination in Croatia. Overnight.
DAY 9 - Opatija - Plitvice Lakes National Park - Seget Donji
Breakfast. Coach drive toward Plitvice Lakes National Park – the oldest and largest national park in the Republic of Croatia. The lake system is comprised of 16 named and several smaller unnamed lakes, cascading one into the next. Sightseeing of the park with tour guide: lakes, waterfalls, cascades... Lunch in the restaurant within the park. Coach drive toward Dalmatia. Arrival to Seget Donji on the Dalmatian coast and accommodation in hotel Medena. Dinner in the hotel. Overnight.
DAY 10 - Trogir - Split - Klis
Breakfast. Boat ride from hotel Medena to City of Trogir and meeting with the local tourist guide. Trogir is a remarkable example of urban continuity. The orthogonal street plan of this island settlement dates back to the Hellenistic period and it was embellished by successive rulers with many fine public and domestic buildings and fortifications. In Trogir, entire historic old town is a defined as an UNESCO site and sightseeing will include a visit to St. Lawrence’s Cathedral, one of the best-preserved structures of the Romanesque art on the Adriatic coast. Sightseeing will also include Camerlengo Fortress, City Hall, City Loggia and St. Lawrence Square. Coach ride to City of Split, the largest city on Croatian part of Adriatic. Visit to Split will offer a unique opportunity to learn what lead to construction of Diocletian’s Palace. This place is one of the most important roman palaces in the world because of its historical significance. A tour around Diocletian’s Palace and medieval part of Split with local tourist guide. Diocletian’s Palace is part of UNESCO protection as a world heritage site. During tour the group will enter St. Domnius Cathedral and Temple of Jupiter (Baptistery of the Cathedral) and visiting other main highlights of Split such as: Peristil, Vestibul, Central substructures of Diocletian’s Palace, Golden Gate, Cardo, Decumanus, Pjaca Square, Renaissance clock tower, Fruit Square, Venetian castle are other points of interest. Lunch in on of restaurants in Split. Coach ride to Town of Klis and sightseeing of Klis Fortress with tour guide. Visiting Stella Croatica – an estate for producing one-of-a-kind delicacies and natural cosmetics inspired by tradition. Return to hotel Medena. Dinner in the hotel. Overnight.
DAY 11 - Šibenik - Etnoland Dalmati - Zadar
Breakfast. Coach drive to City of Šibenik. Sightseeing with a local tourist guide: City centre, City Hall, St. Jacob's Cathedral - the most important architectural monument of the Renaissance in Croatia, listed on UNESCO World Heritage list. Leaving Šibenik and coach ride to nearby village Pakovo Selo. Visiting traditional estate Etnoland Dalmati where group will have lunch, vine tasting and a tour around ethnographic collection. Coach drive to City of Zadar. City tour with a local tourist guide: St. Donat Church, Five Wells Square, Benedictine Convent, St. Anastasia Church, Sea Organ, Greeting the Sun... Return to Seget Donji. Dinner in the hotel. Overnight.
DAY 12 - Dubrovnik
Breakfast. Leaving hotel Medena and coach drive toward famous City of Dubrovnik. Stopping by in village Komarna in Terra Madre Winery. Vine tasting and continuing drive to Dubrovnik. Lunch in one of restaurants. Sightseeing of the city with local tourist guide: The Pile Gate, Onofrio's Fountain, Stradun Street, Rector's Palace, Franciscan Monastery... A tour around the magnificent Dubrovnik City Walls. Accommodation in the hotel. Dinner in the hotel. Overnight.
DAY 13 - Konavle Region
Breakfast. Coach drive to town Cavtat, southernmost town in Croatia. Walking tour around the town with group leader. Continuing couch tour around villages of region Konavle with vine tasting in one of Konavle wineries. Lunch in one of restaurants in Konavle. Return to Dubrovnik. Dinner in the hotel. Overnight.
DAY 14 - Dubrovnik - Zagreb
Breakfast. Cable car ride to the Srđ Fortress with a breath-taking panoramic view on Dubrovnik Old Town and surrounding islands and sea. Coach drive toward City of Zagreb. Stopping by for a lunch in one of restaurants along the way. Arriving to Zagreb. Accommodation in the hotel. Dinner in the hotel. Overnight.
DAY 15 - Zagreb - Zagreb Airport
Breakfast. Leisure time in the centre of Zagreb. Lunch in a restaurant. Coach transfer to Zagreb Airport. End of service.

Hi everybody! I just wanted to let you know that we landed safely and are still mesmerised by our holiday. We enjoyed it every step of the way. We’re so sad it ended. So, thank you for the organization and being so cooperative entire time.

Where to begin?! What a wonderful experience. We had a great time in Dubrovnik. Special thanks to Tomislav who is so knowledgeable and kind. Restaurants in the city and in Konavle are just great. The dinner on the top station of the cable car with that panorama is something we will remember for the rest of our lives.

Top professionals, always available, answering e-mails in an extremely short time. Full of knowledge about the country that they very happily shared with me.

Debbie from US

You guys look like you’re on a mission there.

I would like to thank you for the planning and organization. Special thanks for your support in transferring my buddy to hospital. We felt very confident during whole program because of you. Sorry for constant changes on our part and thank you indeed for your tremendous patience.

Sorry for not getting back to you sooner. I just found the time to arrange my Croatian memories and souvenirs. I truly enjoyed my journey through Croatia, in great part because of you doing a great job. My husband na I felt that we were in safe hands all of the time, even when we had to rearrange our schedule because of weather it was done so easy and without stress. We will recommend both you and your country to our friends. Especially Korcula ?!

Totally surprised with wine range and quality you have in Croatia. Couldn’t decide between Greece and Croatia this year, but am so glad to choose the latter. Your service was great, quick and what I like the most are suggestions where to go and warnings what to avoid, which is quite rare.

Thank you very much for organising my travel. You made me very, very happy. I’m not easy customer to be around, but just couldn’t find anything to whine about. My mother instilled in me a love for travel! I’m very thankful for that, among other reason, because of trips like this one and experiences like I had with you.

Thank you for a wonderful program! It’s definitely one of the best travels of MY LIFE. We were never bored and yet had enough time for ourselves, felt alive and aware during entire journey. We came back home rejuvenated, ready to start planning another journey like this.

You guys made us feel at home during our Croatian tour. Local guides in Dubrovnik and Split were just phenomenal. We stayed in touch. And everything else was great, Croatia must be a great country to live in.