Croatia Tour 4 Nights

    Croatia Calling: A postcard of history, nature and food!

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      5 Days

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    Charming medieval coastal cities, mesmerizing natural spectacles and striking sunsets over the turquoise waters of the Adriatic – Croatia is an experience draped with history, nature and succulent cuisines. Explore the wonders of Croatia from the medieval walls of Zadar and Dubrovnik to the natural wonders of Plitvice and Blue Caves and the exuberant vibe of Zagreb.

    DAY 1

    • Arrival at Zagreb. Our tour escort will host you from outside airport.
    •  Transfer to town from airport.
    • Check in to hotel.
    • Zagreb Sightseeing with local guide.
    • Zagreb is a big Croatian tourist center, not only in terms of transit from West and Central Europe to the Adriatic Sea but also as a tourist destination.
    • The city with a tradition ,Zagreb is not only rich in cultural and historical monuments, museums and galleries , it also has a variety of modern shops , and offers good quality of diversified restaurants as well as sports and recreation facilities.
    •  It is a big center of congress tourism , economic and business events and trade fairs not only in Croatia but also in this part of Europe .
    •  Free time to explore the city on your own.
    •  Overnight at Zagreb .

    DAY 2
    Zagreb - Plitvice lakes - Zadar

    •  Breakfast at Hotel.
    • Transfer to NP Plitvice lakes.
    •  NP Plitvice Lakes sightseeing with local guide.
    •  Walking tour through the park of 16 bigger and smaller lakes connected with 92 cascades and waterfalls, unique phenomenon more than 4000 years old that was put on the list of UNESCO's list of World Natural Heritage.
    •  Plitvice lakes in the winter time are covered with snow, the falls and some of the lakes are frozen, all national park looks like in fary tales.
    • Continue your tour to Zadar.
    • Transfers to hotel.
    •  Free time to explore the city on your own.
    • Overnight at Zadar

    DAY 3
    Zadar - Split

    • Breakfast at Hotel.
    • Zadar Sightseeing with local guide.
    • Zadar is an ancient Mediterranean port city.
    • The old town, surrounded by walls and towers on a peninsula, with a new, urban part is connected by a bridge, a symbol of the city.
    • Built on Roman urban principles, where there are several major longitudinal streets traversed by a greater number of latitudinal streets, give the city a rectangular shape.
    • The old town is a treasure trove of archaeological treasures and monuments to the ancient, medieval and Renaissance periods.
    • This is visible by a number of sacral and architectural monuments  the church of St. Donat where every summer the sounds of Zadar's musical evenings echo, the Roman Forum near the main square, Kalelarga - the longest and widest street.
    • Transfer to Split.
    •  Accommodation at  Hotel.
    • Overnight at Split

    DAY 4

    • Breakfast at Hotel.
    • Split Sightseeing with local guide.
    • The city tour in Split starts with sightseeing of the Palace of the Emperor Diocletian which is the heart and of Split, built in 295.y. BC, but still a living monument.
    • In that magnificent palace you will see 4 gates,
    • The most famous is Golden gate and in front of it you will see the statue of Grgur Ninski made by Ivan Meštrovic , square Peristil where the emperor’s speeches took place , the mausoleum of the Roman emperor which was transformed in Catholic church .
    • Today called the Cathedral of St. Domnius with famous bell tower, streets Cardo and Decumanus.
    • After visiting the palace. At the end of the city tour we will take you to the Riva, a coastal walk with palm trees where you can relax in the sun and enjoy a beautiful view of the port and close-by islands.
    • Enter Diocletiant’s Palace.
    • Free time for rest or just enjoy at vibrant city.
    • Overnight at Split

    DAY 5
    Split - Zagreb

    •  Breakfast at Hotel.
    •    Transfer to Zagreb Airport for your onward journey.

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    Croatia Calling: A postcard of history, nature and food!

    Croatian Museum of Nave Art

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    Monument to the Revolution of the people of Moslavina

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    Lake Dubrava

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    Zagreb Cathedral

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