Welcome to Split. Take your time to relax from your trip in your hotel and enjoy one of Croatia's most prominent cities.
Day 2- National Park Krka
Just a short trip north from Split lies one of Croatia's national treasures, the National Park Krka. 17 waterfalls, all reachable by rustic pathways, the National Park Krka is sure to be a unique experience. Later in the day move on to Skradin for a local dinner and wine tasting.
Day 3– Mostar
Travel a bit further east to Mostar, a unique city named and built around the region's most famous bridge. Rest in your hotel before exploring the Old Town and Old Bridge, dating back to medieval times and taste the local cuisine and famous coffee overlooking the Neretva river.
Day 4 – Jablanica and Konjic
Head out of Mostar and explore 2 of Hercegovina's most attractive day-trip destinations, Jablanica and Konjic. Go for a day of private rafting on the nearby Jablanica lake. Upon disembarking, enjoy the best lamb in the country.
Day 5 – Road to Dubrovnik
It's time to leave Mostar behind and travel back to Croatia's seaside. On your way to Dubrovnik stop at the gateway to Peljesac, Ston. Although a small town, Ston boasts some of the most impressive fortifications systems in Europe and is famous for its salt fields.
Day 6- Dubrovnik
Welcome to the UNESCO Gem of the Adriatic, Dubrovnik. Explore the Old Town intersected by winding white-limestone streets and alleyways, climb the city walls and head out to Srd, the mountain overlooking the city for a refreshing cocktail.
Day 7- Montenegro
Today, you will travel further south towards Montenegro. Stop at Perast and take a boat ride to the picturesque island of Our Lady of the Rocks and learn the legend behind it. Finally, move on to Kotor, for a tour of another UNESCO-protected medieval core.