Start in Croatia's scenic capital and make your way south along the Adriatic, all the way to Montenegro. Experience the best that Croatia has to offer both in pristine nature and world-class destinations on this 9-day Tailor-made experience.
Welcome to Zagreb, Croatia's capital and northern gateway to the Balkans. Stop by your hotel and get ready for a full walking tour of the historic city. Visit all the historic attractions before taking a lunch break and enjoying the unique capital for the rest of the day.
Day 2- Croatian uplands
Start your day early with a visit to the picturesque village of Kumrovec, the birthplace of the last president of Yugoslavia, go up to the Veliki Tabor castle and stop for a traditional lunch at Gresna Gorica. After, visit the Trakoscan castle and Varazdin further north.
Day 3- Croatian Zagorje
Head over to the small town of Zabok for a day of ballooning over Croatia's uplands. Enjoy the views of the hilly terrain below as well as Zagreb in the distance while floating above. Later, return to Zagreb for a break before you continue your journey.
Day 4- National Park Plitvice
Time to travel south towards Split. Stop at the National Park Plitvice along the way, a magical collection of lakes and interconnected waterfalls which create a unique sight found nowhere else. Spend the rest of the afternoon enjoying the views on the road to Split.
Day 5- Split
Get ready to explore one of the jewels of the Adriatic, Split. Founded by the Romans, the cityscape interchanges from an ancient palace to medieval streets and modern waterfront plazas inviting for a relaxing cup of coffee in the sun. In the evening head to Trogir for a romantic dinner.
Day 6 – National Park Krka
Backtrack north for a day and travel to the National Park Krka, a series of 7 waterfalls along the Krka River. Visit the nearby Krka Monastery standing on top of ancient Roman catacombs and Visovac Island with its 15th-century Monastery.
Day 7- Road to Dubrovnik
On your way from Split to Dubrovnik, you will make a stop at the Peljesac peninsula. Inhabited since the Neolithic, Peljesac is famous for its wine and oyster production, both of which you will have a chance to taste on your stop.
Day 8 – Dubrovnik
Discover the UNESCO-protected gem of the Adriatic, Dubrovnik. Explore the winding alleyways, stroll down the white limestone streets and climb the medieval fortifications before continuing on for a cable car ride to the top of Srdj, the hill overlooking Dubrovnik.
Day 9- Montenegro
Travel further south along the Adriatic coast and enjoy the scenery of Konavle Valley before you arrive at your first stop, Perast. There, take a boat ride to the Island of our lady on the rocks before continuing on to Budva and Sveti Stefan.