On this trip you will see the monuments from ancient Greece and Roman times, early medieval monuments, the Mediterranean Renaissance, Central European Baroque and the New Age Secession heritage.
The world famous segments of the cultural heritage of Croatia: Euphrasius Basilica in Poreč, Diocletian’s Palace in Split, the ancient town Trogir, St.
The Šibenik Cathedral, adorned with 72 stone heads, is the most significant architectural creation in Croatia from 15century.
At the end of this day, we take you to deserved dinner at typical Dalmatian household where we will enjoy the traditional Dalmatian food and taste some of the world famous Dalmatian vines. Day 7 SPLIT – HVAR Spend this last morning in Split, taking a walk through the „most beautiful city in the world“, how Split if often called by its citizens.
After we reach Hvar Island, we will visit the old town Stari Grad which is one of the oldest towns in Europe, dating all the way back from ancient Greek times.
We’ll see the Stari Grad Plain, an agricultural landscape that was set up by the ancient Greek colonists in the 4 Day 8 HVAR Today is the relaxation day in Hvar.
Its landscape is often compared to the one of Tuscany or Provence.
We continue our drive to the Plitvice lakes national park – the unique gem of world natural heritage. Day 5 PLITVICE LAKES – SPLIT We will spend this day enjoying the oldest and the biggest national park in Croatia, a world natural heritage site which is under the UNESCO protection since the 1979.
The tour price includes: Day 1 ZAGREB Welcome to Zagreb, the biggest town and capital of Croatia.
Your guide will meet you at the Zagreb Airport and transfer you to your hotel.
Spend your afternoon in one of many interesting museums, take a walk in the Botanical garden or Maksimir Park or just enjoy in a friendly atmosphere which Zagreb offers you. Day 3 ZAGREB – POREČ Today we head towards Istria – the land of god vine and rich history.
On our way to Poreč, we will discover the continental part of Istria – the green oasis with many hills, vineyards and quiet medieval towns.
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Jacob’s Cathedral in Šibenik, the Stari Grad Plain, the old city of Dubrovnik combined with wonders of Plitvice lakes as a world natural heritage, all enjoy the protection of UNESCO.