Croatia is a place unlike any other, proud of its long history and traditions, filled with grand palaces, walled cities and postcard-perfect coastal villages. Many of the country's historic towns are landmarks in their own right and contain a significant number of astonishing buildings. Travel to Croatia means a chance to explore the Adriatic coast and the urban cities of Zagreb and Dubrovnik, and an opportunity to delve its rich, vibrant past. Just don't go hoping for sand. Croatia is also about picturesque pebbled beaches, lapped by crystal clear water.Known as the Pearl of the Adriatic, Dubrovnik is a place that is medieval, mythical and recurrently magical. There is much to experience in Dubrovnik, from tracing the mighty city walls and exploring scenes from Game of Thrones, to spending the day on a four-poster bed by the sea, with a bottle of Croatian wine in hand. The walled-off Old City, parts of which date from the 11th century still carries the old charm. Home to Croatia's artistic and intellectual elite, Dubrovnik offers numerous cultural activities and festivals. The annual Dubrovnik Summer Festival (July 10-August 25) sees international artists perform their plays, concerts, art exhibits and shows. What do we say? Visit Dubrovnik in May, June, September or October if possible.Split, Croatia's second City is a revelation, a seafront gem that combines honeycombs of unique historical buildings with a cosmopolitan, palm-lined 'Riva' waterfront and a glorious wooded peninsula. Discover the best attractions in Split including Cathedral of St Domnius, Diocletian's Palace, Marjan and its amazing food scenes. Home to a quarter of the country's population, Zagreb is the political and cultural centre of Croatia and is a thriving, energetic inland city with some of the country's best museums, restaurants, and shopping. Jarun Lake is the largest entertainment hub of Zagreb, surrounded by cycling tracks, promenade, forests and parks, and with full of sporting activities. If you belong to that 'I-don't-mind-visiting-a-cemetery' group of tourists, then Mirogoj is a good place to go.
Check In: 16 Aug Check Out: 23 Aug
Total Cost: INR 157,921Inclusive of Taxes
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Cancellation Policy: ( See Cancellation Policy in detail )
31 to 1000 days before trip
16 to 30 days before trip
8 to 15 days before trip
7 days before trip
Applicable Taxes (5%):
- Accommodation for 7 nights in 4 Star, 5 Star or similar category as mentioned in itinerary with Breakfast.
- Private Airport-Hotel-Airport transfers.
- Private intercity transfers according to the itinerary.
- All Sightseeing by private deluxe air-conditioned vehicles mentioned in the itinerary.
- All rates are net and are valid from minimum 6 PAX.
- The given rates can change and subject to availability at the time of actual booking.
- All rates are not valid in blackout dates, including national holidays, periods of exhibitions and other events.
|Date/Location||Suggested Activities||Suggested Accom|
|Day 1 Dubrovnik||Arrival in Dubrovnik||Kompas|
|Day 2 Dubrovnik||Exploring the Ancient Monuments and Culture||Kompas|
|Day 3 Dubrovnik||View of Dubrovnik from Crest Mounty||Kompas|
|Day 4 Split||Explore Split||Marmont|
|Day 5 Split||Stroll around the Roman Portion of the City||Marmont|
|Day 6 Zagreb||Explore the old towns of Zagreb||Marmont|
|Day 7 Zagreb||Explore Zagreb||Pheonix|
|Day 8 Zagreb||Departure||Checkout|