Did you know that Croatia is bursting at the seams with Greek and Roman cities? And better yet, that you can spend 10 days enjoying the best of them? With this tour, you’ll make your way from Dubrovnik to Pula, hitting all the Roman ruins and former Greek colonies along the way. From famed UNESCO towns to some of the most popular islands in Europe, you’ll explore the depths of Croatia’s history from one dynamic destination to the next.
The suggested itinerary starts at 4,000 EUR per person.
The final price of this custom tour depends on your group size, dates, final route and preferred level of comfort.
Once known as the Republic of Ragusa, Dubrovnik’s old town will leave you mesmerized, and it’s no wonder why the city has been a part of the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites since 1979.
From Ston, you’ll drive through the vineyards of the peninsula, which make it easy to see why Pelješac is Croatia’s most famous wine region.
Once you’ve crossed to the other side, you’ll catch a ferry to the captivating island town of Korčula, known as the birthplace of the merchant, explorer, and writer Marco Polo.
Once you’ve fully absorbed the history of the town, you’ll take a dip in one of Korčula’s famed beaches, and enjoy the delicacies of the island – from its unique wines to prized pasta.
Apart from Hvar’s hypnotizing island scenery, ancient architecture, and laid back feel, it is also home to a Venetian fort that can be found by hiking to the peak of the town.
From Trogir, you’ll make our way back to Split, but not before a pit stop in Salona, an ancient city and the capital of the Roman province of Dalmatia. What you’ll find in Salona is an archaeological park with ruins that testify to the Roman rule in the area – like chapels, basilicas, and public baths.
You’ll have a free evening to explore.
Today, apart from acting as one of Croatia’s top tourist attractions, it holds everything from film festivals to concerts.
But Pula has so much more to offer than the amphitheater – like picturesque beaches, museums, the best of Istrian cuisine, and, of course, all the Roman ruins you could imagine.
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