Jewels of Croatia

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8 Days
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Zagreb, Dubrovnik

Sparkling turquoise waters against a sun-kissed coastline, artisan boutiques lining quaint medieval streets, soaring Renaissance architecture and a rich history: fall in love with the Mediterranean paradise of Croatia as you discover cosmopolitan Zagreb, alluring Split, glamorous Hvar, and captivating Korčula.

8 day/7 night packagevisiting Zagreb, Plitvice Lakes, Split, Hvar, Korcula and Dubrovnik. Package includes accommodation in Superior First Class hotels, daily breakfast, private arrival and departure transfers, transfer from Zagreb to Split, tickets for ferries between Split and Hvar, Hvar and Korcula and Korcula and Dubrovnik and a walking tour in Zagreb.


  • Accommodations as per itinerary
  • Sightseeing: per itinerary


  • Items of a personal nature
  • All other items not mentioned as included
  • Transfers not mentioned in the itinerary
  • Select alcoholic drinks as per itinerary
  • International flights




Zagreb - Arrival

Deluxe Class: Regent Esplanade Zagreb or similar accommodations

Upon arrival at the airport, you will be met and transferred to your hotel in Zagreb.



Discover Zagreb

Deluxe Class: Regent Esplanade Zagreb or similar accommodations

Enjoy a small group guided encounter of this vibrant capital city. Nestled between the slopes of the Medvednica mountain and the Sava river, Zagreb is the cultural and economic hub of Croatia, and brims with European charm. Discover art galleries, the colorful St Mark’s Church, and the stunning Zagreb cathedral in the historic Gornji Grad (Upper Town) then experience the open-air markets, bustling cafes, and impressive museums such as the Mimara Museum in the Donju Grad (Lower Town). Whether you choose to wander the winding medieval alleys of the Upper Town or the refined neo-classical boulevards of the Lower Town, spend the afternoon exploring Zagreb on your own. (B)



Zagreb - Split

Deluxe Class: Park Hotel Split or similar accommodations

Travel this morning to Split, and along the way, visit the sparkling turquoise lakes, breathtaking waterfalls, and lush forests of Plitvice Lakes National Park. Make another stop at the tiny, ancient town of Trogir where narrow stone alleys wind between houses, palaces, and churches. Trogir showcases some of the finest architecture in Croatia, including the 13th century Radovan Portal which features dazzlingly intricate carvings portraying a variety of scenes. In the evening, arrive in Split to spend the night. (B)



Split - Hvar

Deluxe Class: Amfora Hvar Grand Beach Resort or similar accommodations

Spend your morning exploring this enchanting city, from the formidable Palace of Diocletian and its neighbor, the octagonal Cathedral of Saint Domnius, to the Meštrovic Gallery and charming cobblestoned medieval quarter.In the afternoon, venture out onto the crystal aquamarine waters for a ferry or catamaran ride to the neighboring island of Hvar where you still spend the night on the sun-drenched island. (B)



Discover Hvar

Deluxe Class: Amfora Hvar Grand Beach Resort or similar accommodations

Today walk the streets of the glamorous Hvar City, a popular destination for luxury yachts and celebrity visitors. Sixteenth century Venetian palaces line marble streets and waterfront bars and café bustle with lively crowds enjoying the stunning views of the Croatian coastline. Lounge on one of Hvar’s lovely beaches and watch the sun set from atop the Španjola fortress. (B)



Hvar - Korcula

Deluxe Class: Marco Polo or similar accommodations

Enjoy a scenic ferry ride this morning to Korcula, a densely forested island ringed with small beaches and secluded coves. The birthplace of Marco Polo, Korcula served as a Venetian stronghold for more than 400 years and the Venetian influence can be seen everywhere from the winged lions perched high on the city walls to the Italian words that still pepper the local dialect. (B)



Korcula to Dubrovnik

Deluxe Class: Boutique Hotel More or similar accommodations

This morning, wander the historic center of Korcula and savor the fragrant sea breeze that swirls through the narrow medieval streets. Marvel at the 15th century St. Mark’s Cathedral, find treasures in the numerous artisan shops, and taste fresh seafood at a seaside restaurant. In the afternoon, travel to Dubrovnik, called “Pearl of the Adriatic” and one of the best-preserved medieval walled cities in the world. (B)



Dubrovnik - Departure

Bid farewell to Croatia, and enjoy a scenic transfer to Dubrovnik airport. (B)



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