Updated On : 18/12/2018

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Starting point: Zagreb
Ending point: Zagreb
No. of Adults: 2
No. of Kids: 0
Package Type: Standred Trip
Valid Upto: 31/03/2019
Zagreb sightseeing tour.
Ljubljana sightseeing tour.
Trogir sightseeing tour.
Split sightseeing tour.
Dubrovnik sightseeing tour.
Visit of Plitvice National Park.
Zagreb airport– hotel in Zagreb area.
Zagreb - Ljubljana.
Ljubljana – Opatija via Postojna.
Opatija – Split via Trogir.
Split – Dubrovnik.
Dubrovnik – Zadar.
Zadar – Zagreb via Plitvice.
Hotel in Zagreb area – Zagreb airport.
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Tour leader.
Meals and drinks.
Any other service not mentioned above.
Zagreb Activities
  • Zagreb city sightseeing tour with local guide

    Zagreb grew up on two neighbouring hills: Kaptol - the centre of spiritual and religious life of north-western Croatia and Gradec - the commercial centre of skilful tradesmen and craftsmen. Visit the Upper Town with its Gothic Cathedral, the beautiful and ornate St. Catherine’s church or the massive St. Mark’s church with its famous colour-tiled roof. Continue to the medieval Stone Gate and “Dolac”, the open-air market which are a must for all visitors.
  • Visit of the Plitvice National Park with local guide

    Plitvice National Park is one of the most beautiful and best preserved national parks in the country. This is why the entire lakes and surrounding area were declared a national park in 1949 and are listed on the UNESCO`s list of World Heritage Sites because of its exceptional beauty. It is a valley situated between high forested mountains in which lie, one below another, a string of sixteen beautiful lakes of crystal blue and green waters. Fed by small streams and brooks, they spill into each other in 92 foaming cascades and thundering waterfalls. The Plitvice lakes` scenery will simply delight you regardless whether you are walking the paths and wooden bridges, taking a boat ride or just taking photographs. Free time for lunch on own.
  • Best of Zagreb Walking Tour

    Start your walking tour of Zagreb by seeing the fortified, medieval Upper town, St Mark's church with its multi-colored tile roof, the baroque church of St Catherine, the Cathedral of St Stephen and the Parliament with the Government Palace. In the lower city, stretching around the main square with the statue of Ban Jelacic, we will see the 19th century National Theater, Museum of Arts and Craft, the University and the beautiful Zrinjevac Park with numerous elaborate Secession (Art Nouveau) buildings.
  • Feudalism to Communism

    Discover key historical places and period's in Croatia's history on this fascinating half day excursion. You will travel back in time to the Veliki Tabor Castle. Built in the 15th Century and deep in legends and stories. After visiting the wonderful art collection. Then its time for a Lunch break at traditional restaurant Grena Gorica.Where You can taste Rakija and Strukli and feel yourself Croatian. Then its on to visit the Birth House in Kumrovec of ex Yugoslavian President TITO. This is the biggest open air Ethnographic Museum in Croatia. Walk through a traditional Croatian village and get a Certificate for joining TITO's youth Pioniri. A fabulous souvenir of this tour and your time in Croatia.
  • Zagorje Castle Tour

    Trakoscan, the castle from the 13th century, arose from the Thracian fortifications from ancient times, tells the exciting story of their masters - from Counts of Celje to the last master of the Counts Draskovic. In addition to its remarkable beauty and the landscape that surrounds it, the castle keeps a huge collection of medieval weapons, oil portraits of noble families, and an extraordinary well kept authentic kitchen. The monumental noble city "Veliki Tabor"- "Great camp," the pearl of profane Croatian architecture, was built in the 15th century at the dominant position, at an altitude of 333 meters, so it dominates the Croatian Zagorje, and the view from it goes away deep into neighboring Slovenia. The romantic story of unhappy love of an luscious rural beautiful girl Veronika Desinic and her noble lover Count Frederick II. of Celje, still fuels the imagination of the inhabitants of the Croatian Zagorje and visitors of this beautiful castle. Ethno Museum "Old Village Kumrovec" is the Croatia s biggest traditional interiors that provides visitors an authentic look of Zagorje village from the early 20th century. In about forty originally restored buildings we found out what was the life of Croatian peasants in those times. Exceptionally preserved examples of traditional crafts - blacksmiths, potters, carpenters. In Kumrovec you can find birth house of Josip Broz Tito - life-long president of socialist Yugoslavia and the leader of the largest anti-fascist movement in the world at the time of II. World War.
  • Slavonia Highlights 3 day tour

    Welcome to Slavonia the fertile and forested region of Eastern Croatia. Being the bread basket of the nation, Croatian have a special place in their hearts for this area. Be charmed by its beauty on this 3 day tour. Day 1 begins with pick up from Zagreb Airport or Hotel, then transfer to Osijek. Where you will be welcomed by a glass of Rakija a traditional Slavonian brandy made from plums. you will overnight at the 3 star Maximilian hotel. Day 2 begins after breakfast with a sight seeing tour of Osijek. Enjoy its Baroque style and open spaces. In the afternoon you will visit Erdut and Vukovar. As Croatia's large4st river port. Vukovar is situated on the confluence of the Vuka and Danube rivers. You will see its Baroque buildings and the Eltz Manor. Home to the Eltz family since the 18th Century. The day ends with a visit to Ilok famous for its high quality wines. You will then return to Osijek to over night at your 3 star hotel. Day 3 will start after breakfast with a visit to Djakovo home to the 500 year old Lipizaan Horse stud farm. You will also see J.J.Strossmayer's cathedral before your return to Zagreb where you ends.
  • Zagreb city sightseeing tour with local guide
  • Visit of the Plitvice National Park with local guide
Opatija Activities
  • Euphrasian Basilica sightseeing with local guide

    Euphrasius Basilica or the Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption of Mary is the episcopal complex, including, apart the basilica itself, a sacristy, a baptistery and the bell tower of the nearby archbishop's palace, and is one of the best examples of early Byzantine sacral art in the Mediterranean region. The most striking features of the basilica are its mosaics, dating from the 6th century, and which are considered amongst the finest examples of Byzantine art in the world. Continue to Rovinj – a typical medieval Venetian town, distinctive for its romantic narrow little streets and the imposing church of its patron saint, St. Euphemia. Free time for lunch on own.
  • Visit of the Postojna cave on own

    Postojna cave is the largest known cave system in Slovenia. There are longer caves in the world, but a visit to a cave such as Postojna deserves full attention due to the diversity of shapes, expansive cave areas, stalactite and stalagmite formations and water characteristics.
  • Excursion Walking Tour of wonderful Pula

    Explore this ancient town. Take a stroll around a city over 3000 years old, where all major European cultures left interpolated and left something up to the present time. The Tour includes a Guided visit to Ist C. AD, Roman Amphitheater, Roman Forum, Arch of Sergius, Art Nouveau Market and more. Walk through time from Roman Era up to modern times in this highly interresting City - unique combination of ancient and modern. Pula is also a recent candidate for UNESCO World Heritage Site, because of its Austro-Hungarian Naval Heritage from the end of XIXth - beginning of XXth Century. We are waiting for you.
  • Excursion Sunset Sea Kayaking Tour in Porec

    Get to know the city of Poreč from the sea side, paddle around it's small islands that are like green oasis surrounded by the blue vastness of the sea. A perfect ending to the day and beginning to the evening. Paddle into the sunset, stop . Discover the city of Poreč from its natural surroundings, discover its secluded bays and desert islands.
  • Trip to Lake Bled from Istra

    Hop over to Slovenia to view one of Europe’s most photographed spots! Slovenia’s Lake Bled is truly stunning. Set in a pine forest with a mountain scenery backdrop, Lake Bled is can't-believe-your-eyes-pretty and it rightfully deserves its name as ‘’the Pearl of Alps’’. All snow-capped mountains and glass-like waters, it's home to Slovenia's only island - and there's more than a touch of the Austrian Alps about it. In fact at first glance you'll think you've stepped into a scene from the Sound of Music. Think of enchanted forests, toy town houses and a fairytale church. To get the best view, you'll visit Bled castle - you can see right across the lake from here. But spare some attention for the chateau itself. With its cone-shaped turrets, yard-thick walls and lofty parapets it's something special. Back on the shore, you pile into a rowing boat to glide over to the tiny island church. Legend has it if you make a wish as you ring the church bell, your wish just might come true.
  • Full day Istria tour excursion with local guide

    Sometimes referred to as the "new Tuscany," Istria is a beautiful peninsula in Northern Croatia, whose history and present day are infused with Italian influence. Holiday makers are attracted to its sunny coast, while Istria's medieval hilltop villages attract painters and artisans. Enjoy seeing this charming part of Croatia on a private Istria tour with a friendly local guide.
Zadar Activities
  • Zadar Cathedral

    It is a beautiful place where you can utilize your day.Zadar Cathedral - the Cathedral of St. Anastasia - is a unique blend of architectural periods. Originally constructed in the ninth century by the Byzantines, it was later rebuilt during the 12th and 13th centuries in Romanesque style, with further alterations being undertaken since. Of particular interest is the cathedral's fine façade with its three entrances and numerous blind arches, as well two beautiful rose windows; the top in Gothic style, while the lower one is Romanesque. Interior highlights include the ninth-century remains of St. Anastasia, the stone altars, and the impressive wood carved choir. Be sure to check out the lovely bell tower dating from the 15th century with the upper levels being completed in the late 19th century (it's possible to climb the bell tower for good views over Zadar).
  • Zadar Archaeological Museum

    Founded in 1832, the Zadar Archaeological Museum (Arheološki muzej Zadar), the second oldest museum in Croatia, is dedicated to the city's rich history and is a good place to gather an overview of the influences that shaped this area of Dalmatia. Highlights include the numerous ground floor displays devoted to finds from the 7th to 12th centuries, a notable glass collection, as well as many displays on the first floor related to Northern Dalmatia during the Roman period (particularly interesting is the model of Zadar showing the city's Roman layout). The oldest periods of history are displayed on the second floor, which houses collections related to the Paleolithic, Neolithic, Copper, Bronze, and Iron Ages, including weapons, jewelry, pottery, and other artifacts.
  • Church of St. Donatus

    The Church of St. Donatus (Sv. Donat) was built in the ninth century and is one of the largest examples of Byzantine architecture in Dalmatia. Originally called the Church of the Holy Trinity but later changed and named after Bishop Donat, St. Donatus is one of the main architectural highlights of Zadar, noted for its unique circular form flanked by three circular apses. Built on top of the old Roman forum, the building incorporates many elements of the original structure, including two of its supporting pillars. The church floor was also removed to show the original stonework of the forum on the ground below, and many of the stones used to build the church were taken from the Roman Forum.
  • The People's Square

    The People's Square (Narodni Trg) has been the center of public life in Zadar since its construction in the 16th century. Important highlights include the old City Guardhouse (Gradska Straza), built in the mid 1500s and hard to miss on the west side of the square due to its large clock tower added in the 18th century (it's worth a visit for its small ethnographic museum). Across from the tower stands the Renaissance City Loggia (Gradska Loza), built in 1565 and traditionally used as a place to make important public announcements and proclamations. These days, this splendid old building functions as a public gallery for art and other exhibitions. Also of interest in the People's Square is the City Hall built in the 1930s.
  • Zadar sightseeing tour with local guide

    The Zadar peninsula still preserves very old network of narrow and charming city streets, as well as a Roman forum dating back to the first century AD. The pre-Romanesque Church of St. Donat dates back to the ninth century, and it is certainly Zadar's most famous spot. The town is fortified with medieval walls, distinguished for their pretty and impressive ports – entries in the city all dating back to the sixteenth century. Even Alfred Hitchcock was impressed and supposedly said that the sunset here is more beautiful than in California. Countless buildings and monuments attest to the rich intellectual and cultural heritage of the city. At the end of the Western Quay is Zadar's newest feature, the Sea Organ. This unusual organ is powered by the wind and the sea. When the sea pushes air through the whistles, a series of melancholy chords are played, with the sound emerging through the perforated stone stairs. Next to the Sea Organ is the Sun Salutation also designed by Nikola Basic. This circle of glass collects the sun's rays by day, stores the energy, and emits it as a flickering light show after dark. Extra energy is used to power the lights along the waterfront. Free time for personal exploring.
  • Visit to Krka National Park with local guide

    Surrounded by steep-sided canyons, along which runs the wide and plain rocky area, Krka surprises and enchants visitors with the force and blue colour of its waters, the noise of its cascades, the freshness of its scent, the numerous perennial - though not always visible springs, its rude existence and legends. In summer, it waters thirsty surroundings, supplies coolness to the weary passenger, gives life to fish, plants and birds. The Krka National Park is 12 km far from Sibenik and covers 142.2 sq km of which 25.6 sq km is under water. In a wonderful natural setting, water forms beautiful waterfalls which cascade over 17 natural barriers and precipitate 45 metres. After visiting the national park, transfer to Sibenik for third UNESCO World Heritage site in our tour. Free time for lunch.
Split Activities
  • Historical complex of Split sightseeing tour with local guide

    The old town of Split is built on and around the spectacular Roman Palace erected by the Roman Emperor Diocletian (UNESCO World Heritage Site) in the 4th century. The walking tour starts with a visit to the cellars of the Palace that are still very well preserved. The cellars offer a good view at how the life in the Palace was organized. Other sites such as the Golden Gate, the Silver Gate, the Peristyle Square etc. will be seen from the outside. Transfer from Split to Trogir for fifth UNESCO World Heritage site in our tour (Duration approx. 45 min) Free time for lunch.
  • Historic City of Trogir sightseeing with local guide

    Trogir is a remarkable example of urban continuity. The orthogonal street plan of this island settlement dates back to the Hellenistic period and it was embellished by successive rulers with many fine public and domestic buildings and fortifications. It’s beautiful Ro manesque churches are complemented by the outstanding Renaissance and Baroque buildings from the Venetian period.
  • Hvar sightseeing tour

    Enjoy a tour of the culture, art and history of Hvar, one of the principal destinations on the Dalmatian Riviera. Hvar is home to fiercely proud, determined and courteous people, who are eager to show off their city. Dubrovnik Source: Croatian National Tourist Board CNTB/HTZ; Author: Ivo Biocina Split, Peristil Source: Croatian National Tourist Board CNTB/HTZ; Author: Ante Verzotti 2 Walk around historical center of Hvar, called Groda; you’ll also see the city square, the arsenal, the theater and the cathedral. Free time for lunch and personal exploring.
  • Blue Cave and Hvar excursion from Split

    Witness the originality and magnificence of the Blue Cave on Biševo Island. Enter inside Green Cave and float in Stiniva Cove, taking in the towering cliffs that encircle you. Strap on your diving mask and explore a thriving underwater world by Budikovac Island before visiting Palmižana Bay. Sign off your day with a stroll through the quaint streets of Hvar Town, lined with Venetian palaces, a palm-dotted seafront, and bustling squares.
  • 24hrs Hop on Hop off - 2 Lines and 2 Walking Tours

    24hrs Hop on Hop off - 2 Lines and 2 Walking Tours Code:APODOS Split, Croatia 24-hour ticket for Hop on Hop off, giving you the freedom and flexibility to see the city on your own schedule while enjoying the comfort and convenience of our open-air bus and guide service .Our sightseeing bus tours (2 different lines) get you closer to Split's best landmarks and attractions. Discover the city and surroundings over two carefully designed sightseeing routes, featuring over 10 different stops.
  • Sibenik sightseeing with local guide

    The Cathedral of St James in Sibenik (1431-1535), bears witness to the considerable exchanges in the field of monumental arts between Northern Italy, Dalmatia and Tuscany in the 15th and 16th centuries. The three architects who succeeded one another in the construction of the Cathedral - Francesco di Giacomo, Georgius Mathei Dalmaticus and Niccolò di Giovanni Fiorentino - developed a structure built entirely from stone and using unique construction techniques for the vaulting and the dome of the Cathedral. The form and the decorative elements of the Cathedral, such as a remarkable frieze decorated with 71 sculptured faces of men, women, and children, also illustrate the successful fusion of Gothic and Renaissance art.
  • Historical complex of Split sightseeing tour with local guide
  • Historic City of Trogir sightseeing with local guide
Dubrovnik Activities
  • Old city of Dubrovnik sightseeing tour with local guide

    The Old City of Dubrovnik in whole is UNESCO World Heritage Site. This tour will reveal the finest sites of the old walled City. The tour includes visits to the Franciscan Monastery. Our guide will lead you through the narrow streets of the Old Town introducing you to the history and culture of this magnificent city. Other buildings will be viewed along the way.
  • Excursion to Montenegro

    Located less than one hour's drive from Dubrovnik, Montenegro offers a natural beauty in combination with history and culture. Enjoy the drive around the Kotor Bay with its numerous small settlements; stop in Medieval Kotor to soak in the typical Mediterranean lifestyle; continue to Budva, the ancient town which is today a lively tourist resort
  • En route Ston sightseeing tour

    Ston - was the second most important town, after Dubrovnik, of the Dubrovnik Republic. This was confirmed by the monumental walls, constructed between the 14th and 15th centuries, and extending over 5 kilometers in length. The walls were fortified by forty towers and bastions.
  • visiting Ston en route, with oysters

    Ston is a small town on a narrow isthmus connecting the peninsula of Peljesac with the mainland, known for their traditional salt production, construction of a huge, fortified complex encompassing the settlements of Mali and Veliki Ston and high quality oysters/mussels. The best oysters in Croatia and the world come from Mali Ston bay, which has been famous for seashell cultivation since the Roman Empire days.
  • Dubrovnik sightseeing & cable car tour with local guide

    This walking tour will open the doors to you to one of the largest and most luxurious open air museum tow. You depart on foot from Pile square to the newly renovated Cable Car station, which will take you to the best panoramic view from the Srd hill. The bird’s eye view on the greatness of the old Dubrovnik bathed in the sun will be a sight you will never forget. A clear day will grant you views of up to 60 kilometers and ample photo opportunities. Once returned the guide will lead you by foot through the narrow streets of the Old Town for the walking part of the tour.
  • Mostar sightseeing tour with local guide

    In the true sense of the word it is the city where West meets East meets North meets South. Experience sights such as the Old Bazaar, the Turkish House and one of the many old Mosques. After the guided tour of the town free time for strolling around and browsing among the many old craft shops or maybe lunch in one of the picturesque local restaurants.
  • Old city of Dubrovnik sightseeing tour with local guide
Ljubljana Activities
  • Ljubljana sightseeing tour

    The capital city of Slovenia lies in a basin between the Karst and the alpine region at 298 meters above sea level. We like to say it is sufficiently large to contain everything that a capital should have, and small enough to preserve the individuality of its inhabitants. It is a city with a soul, featured by the Baroque Old Town which is nestled at the foot of Castle Hill, the Art Nouveau mansions as well as some of the masterpieces of the world renowned architect Jože Plečnik. Ljubljana nowadays presents the political, cultural, scientific and university centre of Slovenia. Adding an open-air market, Ljubljanica River that meanders through the city and a mighty castle rising above the narrow streets – all that and much more you can admire in Ljubljana.
  • Explore the Ljubljana Old Town

    Explore the Ljubljana old town The picturesque image of the historical centre of Ljubljana was characterized by various period and most notably the works of the world-famous architect Jože Plečnik. Take a walk through the Old Ljubljana.
  • Ljubljana sightseeing tour

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Vehicle: AC
Sharing Type: Private Basis
Flights: NO
Airport/Station Pick/Drop: YES
Itinerary Plan
Day 1 : Arrival to Zagreb

Arrival to Zagreb airport Private transfer to the hotel. Overnight at the hotel in Zagreb area.

Day 2 : Zagreb sightseeing tour

Breakfast at the hotel. Zagreb sightseeing tour (Duration approx. 2 hrs) Private transfer from Zagreb to Ljubljana (Duration approx. 2 hrs) Overnight at the hotel in Ljubljana area.

Day 3 : Ljubljana sightseeing tour

Breakfast at the hotel. Ljubljana sightseeing tour (Duration approx. 2hrs) Transfer continues to Opatija (duration approx. 1,5hrs) Zagreb Source: Croatian National Tourist Board CNTB/HTZ; Author: Ivo Pervan Ljubljana Source:; Author: Aleš Fevžer Postojna Caves Photo - Source:; Author: Miha Krivic 2 Overnight at the hotel in Opatija area.

Day 4 : Trogir sightseeing tour

Breakfast at the hotel. Private transfer from Opatija to Split via Trogir (Duration approx. 6 hrs) Private transfer from Opatija to Trogir (Duration approx. 5 hrs) Trogir sightseeing tour (Duration approx. 1 hour) Transfer continues from Trogir to Split (Duration approx. 45 min) Overnight at the hotel in Split area.

Day 5 : Split sightseeing tour

Breakfast at the hotel. Split sightseeing tour (Duration approx. 2 hrs) Transfer from Split to Dubrovnik (Duration approx. 4 hrs) Overnight at the hotel in Dubrovnik area.

Day 6 : Transfer from Dubrovnik to Zadar

Breakfast at the hotel. Transfer from Dubrovnik to Zadar (Duration approx. 8 hrs) Overnight at the hotel in Zadar area.

Day 7 : Visit of Plitvice national park

Breakfast at the hotel. Private transfer from Zadar to Zagreb via Plitvice. (Duration approx. 2 hrs) Visit of Plitvice national park (Duration approx. 2,5 hrs) Free time for personal exploring. Transfer continues to Zagreb. (Duration approx. 2,5 hrs) Overnight at the hotel in Zagreb area.

Day 8 : Departure-

Breakfast at the hotel. Private transfer to Zagreb airport. End of our services.

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  3. 15 to 7 days - the cancellation charges will be 75% of the tour cost.
  4. Less than 7 days - Total amount will be forfeited and no refund shall be given.
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