Europeans may have discovered America, but now the Americans are discovering Europe. Specifically, they are discovering the beauty of Croatia. This historically important center of European tourism has once again been placed on the map of the discerning tourist. Here tourists are welcomed with kindness and civility, with spectacular scenic views, and wonderful culinary delights.
Kutrubes Travel: One of the world’s premier Croatian Travel Agents.
2017 Price Per Person (double occupancy):
September 18th, October 2nd – $1266
Single Supplement – $457
August 28th, September 4th – $1335
Single Supplement – $533
- Air-conditioned motor-coach with driver at group’s disposal as per itinerary
- Experienced English-speaking tour leader throughout
- Accommodation at 3* and 4* hotels on half board basis (breakfast and dinner)
- Airport transfers on the dates of arrival and departure.
Price Does Not Include:
- Airfare (unless otherwise arranged)
- Departure and custom fees
- Gratuities and individual daily expenses
- Additional beverages
- Travel insurance
- Trip cancellation
- Medical and luggage insurance are recommended for coverage against all unforeseen circumstances
DAY 1 (Sunday): Dubrovnik
Transfer from Dubrovnik Airport to the hotel. Dinner and overnight in Dubrovnik.
DAY 2 (Monday): Dubrovnik – Mostar – Sarajevo
Morning departure to Mostar, “City of Bridges,” where the traveler from the south gets the first glimpse of the continent beyond. Orientation walk with your tour leader in Mostar and free time for lunch. Departure to Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Sarajevo is one of the historically most interesting cities in Europe. It is the place where the Western and the Eastern Roman Empire split and where the people of the Orthodox east, the Ottoman south, and the Roman Catholic west met, an example of the clash of civilizations and historical turbulences as well as a beacon of hope for peace and tolerance, reached through multi-cultural integration. City tour of Sarajevo upon arrival. Dinner and overnight in Sarajevo.
DAY 3 (Tuesday): Sarajevo – Osijek – Vukovar
Morning departure to Osijek, the largest city in eastern Croatia, beautifully settled on the banks of Drava River. Osijek remains a popular tourist destination for its Baroque style, open spaces and lots of recreational opportunities. Located in one of the most fertile and most certainly the biggest agricultural area of Croatia, the town is a semi-official gastronomic capital. City tour passes by the Cathedral and the Tvrdja (Old Fort). Departure towards Vukovar. Vukovar is the biggest Croatian river port located at the confluence of Vuka River and the Danube, a town also known as a symbol of the Croatian war for independence, as it arose from the ashes of the ’90s into the proud city that it is today. Dinner and overnight in Vukovar.
DAY 4 (Wednesday): Vukovar – Zagreb
Morning departure to Djakovo. The first thing you see when approaching Djakovo from either side is the brightness of the bricks of the two towers and cupolas of its cathedral, beauty of which cannot be compared to any other from Venice to Istanbul. After the visit, departure towards Zagreb followed by a visit to the Ethno Village of Stara Kapela for a snack. Upon arrival sightseeing tour of Zagreb, Croatian capital city, during which you will have the opportunity to see the fortified Upper Town, the city’s historical center, St Mark’s Church with its multi-colored roof, the Cathedral, Croatian National Theatre and the University. Overnight in Zagreb.
DAY 5 (Thursday): Zagreb – Plitvice – Trogir – Split
Morning departure to Plitvice National Park, a well-known UNESCO World Heritage Site. Tour of the 16 crystal-blue lakes cascading into 92 spectacular waterfalls. Walk on the wooden promenades with magnificent views on the waters where every turn leads to breathtaking scenery and yet another waterfall. Surrounded by dense woods, Plitvice lakes are a natural phenomenon of rare and unique beauty. Departure to Split with a short stop in yet another one of the UNESCO protected sites, the small town of Trogir. St. Lawrence’s Cathedral, located in the old city center, and its main western portal, a masterpiece of Radovan, represent the most significant work of the Romanesque-Gothic style in Croatia. Dinner and overnight in Split.
DAY 6 (Friday): Split – Dubrovnik
After breakfast a guided tour of Split will uncover the secrets of the UNESCO-protected Diocletian’s Palace from the 3rd/4th century with its charming little streets, the Peristyle, Jupiter’s Temple, and the Cathedral. Departure to Dubrovnik driving along the newly-built Dalmatina highway through the Dalmatian hinterland. Upon arrival, city tour of Dubrovnik, the UNESCO protected pearl of the Adriatic, with a visit of its cathedral. Dinner and overnight in Dubrovnik.
DAY 7 (Saturday): Dubrovnik
Today is your day for leisure. Enjoy the beautiful pebble beaches, explore the Old Town and its famous walls, or join us for one of the many excursions to the surrounding areas. Dinner and overnight in Dubrovnik area.
DAY 8 (Sunday): Dubrovnik – Departure
Transfer to Dubrovnik airport for departure.
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