Welcome to the most prominent tourist destination on the coast of the Adriatic sea. Take some time to rest from your trip and make yourself at home in your hotel as you prepare to explore Dubrovnik in all its glory the following day.
Day 2- Dubrovnik
Explore the medieval Old Town of Dubrovnik, from the winding white-limestone alleyways to one of the greatest fortification systems in Europe. Climb the walls for majestic views and in the evening, enjoy wine tasting in a traditional winery.
Day 3- Konavle Valley
Head out to the Konavle Valley, famous for its wine production and preserved traditions. Stop by famous landmarks such as the Old Mill and taste the flavors of the region. Later, visit a traditional restaurant for an authentic Dalmatian meal.
Day 4- Road to Split
Although short, the trip from Dubrovnik to Split is packed with smaller towns and villages, all with their own unique charm. One of them is Ston, famous for its salt fields and largest fortification system in Europe.
Day 5- Split
Spend your day wandering Split, a true Mediterranean delight. With points of interest ranging from the ancient Diocletian palace, medieval streets and churches to the scenic cafe-lined waterfront Riva, Split is sure to peak everyone's interests.
Day 6- Zadar
As you travel to Zadar, take a break at Skradin village for a taste of the most famous wine in the region at the Bibich winery. Afterward, get ready for a tour of one of the most famous cities in the region dating back to the early Stone Age.
Day 7- National Park Plitvice
Hit the road once more and travel north to the National Park Plitvice. 16 picturesque lakes joined together by cascading waterfalls create a fairy-tail like setting, unlike anywhere else in the world. After, relax as you travel to Croatia's capital.
Day 8- Zagreb
Welcome to your final stop on your Croatian experience, Zagreb. The Balkan's gateway to Central Europe, Zagreb's long history and many different rulers have converged to create a unique capital just waiting to be explored.