Discover everything Croatia has to offer in this 15-night, multi-centre tour which takes you from bustling cities to laid-back beaches.
You will discover Croatia’s intriguing culture, where the old meets the new, where Roman, Byzantine, Venetian and European settlers made their mark; and natural scenery which will take your breath away.
A walk around Croatia’s capital city, Zagreb, is a feast for the senses with plenty of interesting streets and architecture to explore, including St. Mark’s church, Zagreb Cathedral and the Stone Gate.
Take a walk down Tkalčićeva Street, in the heart of the city which is the go-to meeting place for locals and tourists alike, with plenty of shops, bars and restaurants.
Or if you love to shop, you’ll enjoy wandering around the Dolac farmer’s market.
As with any large city you’re spoilt for choice in terms of galleries and museums to visit.
In addition to the usual art and antiques, Zagreb is also home to a number of quirky museums including the Museum of Broken Relationships, Mushroom Museum, Museum of Illusions and the Zagreb 80s Museum.
Opatija is the oldest tourist destination in Croatia, where the elite of Europe would spend time in luxury villas which are still visible throughout the town.
There are plenty of beaches to explore, making Opatija the ideal destination for some relaxation.
Take a selfie next to the famous “Girl with a Seagull” statue, then walk along the promenade, stopping off at the “Walk of Fame,” just like the one in Hollywood, which honours notable names like inventor, Nikola Tesla and tennis player, Goran Ivanišević.
The island of Krk is connected via a road bridge to the mainland, so is easily accessible.
It was once settled by ancient Greeks and Romans, and you’ll find plenty of archaeological remains all over the island.
The most popular attraction though is the Medieval Frankopan Castle, which was named after a noble family who ruled the area.
Krk Island also has plenty of beautiful beaches, with water sports like parasailing and wakeboarding, and also has an aquarium and terrarium which is popular with visitors.
Zadar is a very lively and cosmopolitan town where the old meets the new.
As you walk around town you will see ancient Roman ruins, Venetian walls, and a modern “Sea Organ” which plays music using the force of the waves.
There is also a Sun Salutation light display, numerous bars, restaurants and nightclubs, as well as summer arts and music festivals, so you’ll find something there for everyone.
Split is the second-largest city in Croatia and one of the oldest settlements in the Adriatic.
The city was originally built around an Ancient Roman palace, built by the Roman Emperor Diocletian in the 4th century AD.
The complex is huge and is protected under UNESCO World Heritage status.
There are lots of other places to wander in Split, including Marjan Hill which offers stunning views across the town and out to sea, or the Riva promenade with bars and restaurants looking out on to the water.
Unusually for a large city, Split also has plenty of nice beaches where you can relax, and it’s also close to the islands of Hvar and Brač, which are ideal for a day trip with family or friends.
Note: A minimum of 2 people for each booking is required.
*Optional trips can also be added to the proposed itinerary – please ask one of our team members, who will be happy to discuss these options with you.