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Croatia Countryside and Island Hopping:
Zagreb, Split, Hvar, Korčula & Dubrovnik
From north to south, enjoy an exciting tour of Croatia, from its charming capital, to its glittering Dalmatian isles. Tours include the amazing Plitvice Lakes National Park, with its cascading waterfalls, and the historic capital, Zagreb. You'll explore the former Roman citadel of Split with Diocletian's famous palace, then marvel at the UNESCO World Heritage city of Dubrovnik, boasting the largest and best preserved city walls in Europe. Relax on Croatia's stunning Dalmatian coast, overlooking the crystal blue Adriatic Sea with visits to sun drenched Hvar and Korčula, both blessed with transparent sapphire waters and glamourous old towns. A blissful vacation awaits!
• 2 Nights Zagreb
• 1 Night Split
• 2 Nights Hvar
• 1 Night Korčula
• 3 Nights Dubrovnik
• All Arrival and Departure Transfers
• Ferry Tickets
• 4* Accommodation
• Zagreb Sightseeing Tour
• Plitvice Lake Tour
• Split Walking Tour
• Hvar Walking Tour
• Dubrovnik Old Town Walking Tour
• Daily Breakfast
Arrive Zagreb:

Arrive in Croatia's lively capital, Zagreb. Meet your guide and transfer to your hotel. This vibrant cultural hub is made for casual strolling - take a relaxing walk around the Lower Town's beautiful architecture, then wander up to the Upper Town's eclectic cafes and historic churches to get your bearings. Evening on own.

(Accommodations, Zagreb)


After breakfast, meet your guide for a tour of Croatia's largest city. With an air of a true European capital, Zagreb charms with its baroque facades and towers, green parks and open-air terraces, quiet courtyards and bustling streets. Continue exploring on your own in the afternoon and spend another night in Zagreb.

(Breakfast & Accommodations, Zagreb)

Zagreb to Split:

Head to bustling Split, the cultural center of the Dalmatian coast. On the way, you will stop at the magnificent Plitvice Lakes. A guided walk around the wooden pathways unveils an amazing world of 16 cascading lakes interlaced with over 90 stunning waterfalls, bound to mesmerize you in any season. Continuing the drive to Split, take a break in Trogir, UNESCO listed World Heritage. A bundle of narrow atmospheric streets which twist and bend between houses, palaces and churches, the heritage of Trogir is rooted in the greatness of Greek and Roman times and showcases some of the finest architectural works in Croatia, including the incredibly intricate portal of its Cathedral, the Town Loggia and the Cipiko palace. Arrive to Split and stay overnight.

(Breakfast, Zagreb; Accommodations, Split)

Split to Hvar:

Start the day with a walking tour of Split. Dalmatia's largest coastal town bustles and buzzes, as it grows more and more popular among travelers for its easy-going spirit, creative food and shopping scene and of course, remarkable heritage. Learn about the Diocletian's Palace, once the Roman Emperor's retirement estate and today a lively city center housing 3,000 people!

Finally, enjoy a ferry or catamaran ride from Split to the neighboring island of Hvar where you will spend the night at a hotel in the glitzy town of Hvar.

(Breakfast, Split; Accommodations, Hvar)


The island of Hvar is known for its purple lavender fields, a backdrop for oil production, potent red wines from steep vineyards especially enjoying the island's status as Croatia's sunniest island, and the glitzy jet-set scene along the starlit waterfronts of the town of Hvar, so often featured in national and international summer media. In your morning walking tour, explore the island's prime gem and its most trendy destination, the town of Hvar. Home to the oldest theatre in Europe, also the home of organized tourism in Croatia, the heritage of Hvar extends far beyond the popular party scene! Enjoy the rest of the day at leisure and spend the night in a hotel in Hvar.

(Breakfast & Accommodations, Hvar)

Hvar to Korčula:

Enjoy a breakfast at the hotel and some time on your own. Hvar is known for diverse opportunities, from bustling squares of Hvar town to the serene waterfront of Jelsa, the bridges of Vrboska and vineyards of Ivan Dolac, so expect time to fly. In the afternoon, bid farewell to Hvar and hop on a boat to take you to the neighboring island of Korčula. Spend the night in a hotel in the town of Korčula.

(Breakfast, Hvar; Accommodations, Korčula)

Korčula to Dubrovnik:

The far south of Croatia holds many gems. You'll know Korčula was a Venetian stronghold as soon as you lay your eyes on the many lion statues which lurk at you from the town's facades and gates, intertwined with some of the most outstanding stonework you will get see anywhere on the Adriatic coast. Stroll the narrow, curved streets, marvel at beautiful churches and magnificent palaces in one of the best-preserved medieval towns in the Mediterranean. Early in the afternoon, cruise to Dubrovnik, which once successfully rivaled the Venetian Republic. Arrival to Dubrovnik and overnight stay in a hotel.

(Breakfast, Korčula; Accommodations, Dubrovnik)


Enjoy a breakfast at the hotel and a lazy start of the day. In the late morning, embark on a guided walking tour of Dubrovnik Old Town, a.k.a. the Pearl of the Adriatic or the King's Landing. Whatever you might consider to be the town's main draw, the mighty city walls of Dubrovnik and its courteous spirit will swiftly transport you back in time to when this was an independent republic and a highly cultured Mediterranean town. After learning of its history and present, enjoy the afternoon exploring on your own. Stay overnight stay in your Dubrovnik hotel.

(Breakfast & Accommodations, Dubrovnik)


A marvelous city like Dubrovnik can only be surrounded by a marvelous region. Tailor this day to your own liking, whether you are up for just relaxing or perhaps venturing out to explore the islands nearby. Locals would suggest Lokrum Island as an easy trip from the Old Town Harbor. Promising a day of heavenly serenity, Lokrum envelops you in thick green forests of holm oak, pine and laurel, to be shared with the island's only permanent inhabitants: peacocks and bunnies. Just a tad bit further away, the Elaphite Archipelago packs sandy beaches, remarkable heritage, fun hiking trails and good food into a day excursion. Enjoy the overnight stay in the hotel.

(Breakfast & Accommodations, Dubrovnik)


After breakfast, meet your driver for a private travel to the airport for your return home or on to your next Avanti Destination!

(Breakfast, Dubrovnik)

** Itinerary and inclusions are subject to change