Now is your chance to discover the gems of the Adriatic, from Slovenia to Croatia, and Bosnia to Montenegro. On your two-week excursion, you’ll encounter charming capital cities and captivating coastal towns. You’ll head inland for a touch of Turkish flare, and visit lush and lavish islands beyond compare. You’ll savor in local delicacies, embrace UNESCO towns flaunting a history spanning 3,000 years, and rendezvous in a national park that could quite easily be considered the 8th Wonder of the World. A paradise for travelers, you’ll cradle the spirit of the Adriatic with you for a lifetime.
The suggested itinerary starts at 7,000 EUR per person.
The final price of this custom tour depends on your group size, dates, final route and preferred level of comfort.
After your day of exploration in Zadar, you’ll continue to yet another ancient city – Split.
You’ll discover the Roman ruins of Salona, once an ancient city and the capital of the Roman province of Dalmatia and today an archaeological park that boasts the remains of its destruction – from old city walls to public baths, cemeteries, an amphitheatre, episcopal centre, and basilica.
But your days of ancient adventure do not stop there. You’ll even examine the UNESCO town of Trogir, once a major port until the Roman period. With 2,300 years of urban tradition, Trogir’s culture saw the influences of the ancient Greeks, Romans, and Venetians. Today, you’ll find buildings in Trogir’s medieval core form the 13th to 15th centuries.
You’ll use Split as your overnight hub.
You’ll end your day discovering Hvar island, known for elegance and ease. But the history is not to be missed here, either, as Hvar not only boasts the first public theatre in Europe, but it also exhibits the most UNESCO heritage than any other island in the world. You’ll overnight here.
Once you’ve made your way to Dubrovnik, you’ll check-in to your hotel before hitting the Old Town. You might already know a thing or two about Dubrovnik, like its defensive city walls built between the 12th and 17th century – or its central promenade Stradun, where Croatia’s cafe society is in full bloom. With no lack of activities to do in Dubrovnik, you’ll overnight here after your day of exploration.
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