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From Zagreb to Dubrovnik

Classic tour

Croatia: From Zagreb to Dubrovnik, classic tour

Discover the most important cities and natural oases in Croatia

Magnificent tour to discover imperial Croatia and the splendour of the elegant Austro-Hungarian Empire. You'll explore magical places that will stimulate all your senses, as well as cities full of tradition, culture and great cuisine. You'll get to know Zagreb, Split and Dubrovnik, and incredible natural oases such as the Plitvice Natural Park.

Services included in the trip

  • Return flight.
  • Accommodation in selected hotels or similar category.
  • Transfers as per itinerary.
  • Transport in vehicles appropriate to the size of the group.
  • Visits in a guided tour that are detailed in the program and not considered as optional.
  • English-speaking local guide-escort (or bilingual Spanish and English).
  • Meal board as per itinerary.

Services NOT included

  • Any other service not previously mentioned as included.

Travel details

Day 1: City of origin - Zagreb

Departure with destination Zagreb. Arrival at the airport and transfer to the hotel. Overnight stay.

Day 2: Zagreb - Ljubljana - Zagreb

Breakfast in the hotel. At the prearranged time, we will meet the guide in the hotel reception to begin the sightseeing tour of the city by bus, this will finish opposite the cathedral and the guided walking tour will begin. First we will visit the highest part of the city, where the government buildings and the Church of San Marcos are located. We will then continue along the lower part and visit the Dolac market and the Ban Jelacic Square. In the afternoon we will go on an excursion to the Slovenian capital, Ljubljana. A city tour with a local guide. Return to Zagreb. Overnight stay in Zagreb.

Day 3: Zagreb - Plitvice - Split

Breakfast in the hotel and then departure for the Adriatic coast to the Plitvice National Park. Arrival and tour with accompanying tour guide. In the afternoon we will continue the journey on to Split, the second largest city in Croatia. Overnight stay in Split.

Day 4: Split

Breakfast in the hotel. In the morning we will visit the city of Split and its most famous monument, the Diocletian Palace. Overnight stay.

Day 5: Split - Trogir - Dubrovnik

After breakfast we will leave Split and head towards Trogir. A tour of the city and its cathedral. Then some free time and later heading to the southern part of Croatia. Arrival in Dubrovnik and overnight stay.

Day 6: Dubrovnik

Breakfast at the hotel and then we are going to visit the ancient city of Dubrovnik, also known as the "Pearl of the Adriatic". We will visit the Franciscan Monastery with the oldest pharmacy in the world. The afternoon is free to wander around and explore this wonderful city. Overnight stay in Dubrovnik.

Day 7: Dubrovnik

Breakfast in the hotel. A free day to continue discovering the city at your leisure. Overnight stay in Dubrovnik.

Day 8: Dubrovnik - City of origin

Breakfast. Transfer to airport. Flight with destination the city of origin. Arrival. End of the trip and our services.

Important remarks

  • - Babies up to 2 years old in Croatia must share the bed with adults. In case you need a cot, or any other additional service, you will have to request it at each hotel and it will be a direct payment.
  • - Triple rooms in Europe are generally rooms with twin beds or a double, in which a folding bed is installed to accommodate the third person. Due to the inconvenience this causes, we advise against using this option as far the possible.
  • - During congresses and special events, the confirmed hotels and other accommodations may be different to those indicated.
  • - During the circuit by Europe, only one suitcase and one carry-on bag per person are allowed.
  • - Babies up to 2 years old in Slovenia must share the bed with adults. In case you need a cot, or any other additional service, you will have to request it at each hotel and it will be a direct payment.
  • - The order of the itinerary may be altered for logistical reasons, without prior notice, but no scheduled trips will be cancelled (except in the case that adverse weather conditions prevent its realisation).
  • - A credit card is considered a guarantee, so sometimes you will need one for check-in at hotels.
  • - Prices are calculated based on admission fees to the sights as of the date of publication. If there is an increase in these prices, you will be promptly informed.
  • - If you are a person with reduced mobility, please contact us to confirm the suitability of the trip.


Zagreb is a treasure within Croatia and the result of the union of two medieval towns. It has a rich historical and cultural past exhibited in museums, theatres, parks and galleries. It should also be noted that Zagreb is the economic and political centre of the country.


Ljubljana is Slovenia's capital and largest city. It has approximately 270,828 inhabitants spread across 275 square kilometres. It is 298 metres above sea level, although the highest point of the city, called Janski Hrib, reaches 794 metres.


Split is located on the Dalmatian Coast and is the nerve centre of the area, given its connections with the rest of the country. Because of its historical past associated with the Roman Empire, Split still retains Diocletian's Palace, the Temple of Jupiter and the Cathedral of St. Diomo.


Plitvice is a real natural spectacle in the heart of Croatia. Constituted by 16 interconnected lakes surrounded by lush green forests, UNESCO has declared it a World Heritage Site for its unique beauty. The Plitvice lakes have been the most visited tourist attraction in the area since the nineteenth century.


Dubrovnik is the pearl of the Adriatic for several reasons, as it boasts unsurpassed beauty, quiet beaches, towers, monuments and the environment that favour both relaxation and culture in equal parts. With a strategic location, it has become one of the favourite destinations for those seeking the sun and the sand.


The coastal city of Trogir is located on the Croatian coast and has a very large port that existed in the classic age. UNESCO declared it a World Heritage Site because of its Hellenistic period churches, towers and buildings. Trogir has a large fort that along with the rest of the city's architecture shows a mixture of styles ranging from Romanesque, Renaissance to Baroque.

Personalise your holiday...

Expected Hotels (or similar)

Category A
Hotel Laguna
Hotel Laguna

Hotel Laguna

Kranjčevićeva 29,
Hotel Astarea Depadance
Hotel Astarea Depadance

Hotel Astarea Depadance

Šetalište Marka Marojice 40, Mlini

Expected Hotels (or similar)

Category B
Grand Hotel Park
Grand Hotel Park

Grand Hotel Park

Setaliste Kralja Zvonimira 39,
Hotel Globo
Hotel Globo

Hotel Globo

Lovretska 18,
Hotel International
Hotel International

Hotel International

Miramarska 24,