An Amazing country comprises The beautiful Zagreb,Plitvice lakes and Dubrovnik of Croatia
Day 1 : Arrive Zagreb
We arrive in the beautiful city of Zagreb.Proceed for transfer from airport to hotelLater in the evening proceed for late night walk in exploring the city night life and tourist spots.
Day 2 : Discover Zagreb
Explore the capital of Croatia is a traditional European city, packed with well-worn charm. The city boasts a charming medieval 'old city' with architecture and cobbled streets reminiscent of Vienna, Budapest, Prague and other Central-European capitals. It has a well-developed and efficient public transport system that consists of trams, buses and trains, but a special experience is definitely a historic funicular railway that operates between the lower and upper towns. Monthly, daily as well as single tram/bus ticket can be used, otherwise there is a small fee for a ride, so you can easily visit the medieval Upper town, St. Mark's Square, the 19th century National Theater, Museums and all other cultural and tourist sights as well as the beautiful Zrinjevac Park. In the afternoon we propose a hiking trip to the nature park Medvednica („The Bear Mountain“) which embraces Croatia’s capital city. It is a unique example of an almost fully preserved natural environment just out the back door of a large city. The mountain massif is covered by dense forests of beech, oak, and chestnut and certainly deserves a title of Nature Park. It is a favorite walking / hiking destination for the citizens of Zagreb and its visitors.
Being the capital Zagreb offers vast of night clubs and bars such as Gallery (Jarun Lake), night clubs and bars in the city center: Johann Franck, Alcatraz, Katran, Pepermint, Sheriff, Disco Club The Best, H2O, Urnebes. Explore the local scene and enjoy a night out.
Day 3 : Zagreb - Plitvice lakes
After breakfast we leave Zagreb to take coach to Plitvice lakes.Its the country's oldest and largest National Park awaits you in 2hrs30min drive from Zagreb.
A UNESCO World heritage site, Plitvice Lakes is a natural phenomenon - its 16 terraced lakes, formed by natural travertine dams, change colors throughout the day, from bright turquoise to gray, depending on the angle of the sun's rays and the mineral makeup of the water. Since there is no public transport from Zagreb to Plitvice, we propose you our transfer services as well as guided hiking tour of Plitvice lakes where you can enjoy walking the wooden boardwalk snaking over waterways and past plunging waterfalls. The Upper part is composed of a multitude of small lakes connected by waterfalls and crossed by pedestrian bridges. From the Upper part, it's possible to hike to the Lower part of Plitvice Lakes, or to take a ferry that it's crossing Kozjak Lake and leaving you directly on the other side. The Lower part is wider than the upper one and the lakes are bigger: it is possible to walk on the pedestrian bridges over the water or to hike up in the cliffs, where the view is opening toward the canyon. The river Korana flowing through the canyon on one side, and the waterfalls on the other. Our suggestion is to walk both the options, and to visit the "big waterfall" and the caves on the other bank of the river.
Day 4 : Plitvice lakes to Zadar
After breakfast we depart from Plitvice lakes for coach to Zadar ,We arrive In Zadar, Being a young city, with the university certainly contributing to it, you will always find some venue that suits the young traveler. The variety of events is becoming more and more diverse each year. Also if you like to go hiking, do water sports, visit nice local restaurants, visit some of the national parks that we offer you through our adventure excursions, if you simply want to explore the beautiful country with options of going out to good bars and clubs, then Zadar is a perfect place to visit.
Otherwise, it can be a wonderful pastime for travelers of all ages with just exploring the city, walking through its ancient streets of old town, located on a peninsula, with a lot of historic and cultural sights. Amongst Zadar's biggest attractions are the 'Sea Organ' and 'The Greeting to the Sun', designed by local architect Nikola Basic. These installations on the seasidepromenade just have to be heard and seen. A Sea Organ is made up of 35 pipes with underwater whistles set inside smooth white-stone steps, that create constantly changing sounds depending on the movement of the sea, which in turn is influenced by the waves, the tide, the wind, and passing ships. There are also a few museums and galleries, and during the summer season a lot of different festivals and venues.
* Suggested nightclubs:
Zadar: City center: Maraschino Night Club, Ledana open air night bar, Hitch Beach Night Club, bars in Varoš – in the very center of the old town, Vodice (1h drive from Zadar, 20 mins from Šibenik): Night Club Hacienda, Primošten (40mins from Šibenik): Night Club Aurora
Day 5 : Zadar - Split the Island of Hvar
We depart from Zadar and proceed for Zadar to Split by coach,Upon arrival to Split, we will transfer you to the hotel.
Split is a second largest city in Croatia and the economic, administrative, educational, sport and tourist center of Split Dalmatia county (Middle Dalmatia). Its old town is centered around the famous Diocletian Palace built in A.D. 295-305. An extensive structure, much of which is well preserved, the palace contains within its walls Split's medieval town, making it the only palace that has been continuously inhabited since Roman times. A one or two hour visit to its underground cellars, the Mausoleum, Jupiter's Temple, The Peristyle, and the Northern Gate will introduce to the history of this beautiful city. But don’t forget that some of its greatest beauties Dalmatia hides in its hinterland. Wild and uninhibited nature of the Dalmatian hinterland and its picturesque town’s break stereotypes about hinterland and give a whole now look to this part of Dalmatia.
Take advantage of our adventure excursions and discover the wild river Cetina, where the crystal clear water and a river suitable for swimming offers a true experience of untouched nature with its cliffs up to 180 meters high, waterfalls, lakes, subterranean tunnels and a 50 meters high waterfall Gubavica. Join us for canyoning; walking through the river and the rapids, going through the subterranean tunnels, swimming in natural pools and going around waterfalls and lakes.
We suggest you also to visit the Island of Hvar, a top party destination in Croatia. Summer nightlife in the town of Hvar is vibrant, and many types of entertainment and exciting things to do can be found. Parties last all night long and there are also a number of cultural and historical landmarks and other things to see when you need a break from the partying. With stunning beaches, a rich history and an epic summer party scene, Hvar is truly deserving of the title of one of Croatia’s top party island destinations.
Day 6 : Explore Split
Day free at leisure to enjoy activities in Split,also proceed for the Catchy night life in Split.Suggested nightclubs are Vanilla, Tropic,Island of Hvar is a great variety of nightclubs and bars of which are better known Carpe Diem, Nautica, Veneranda.
Day 7 : Split to Dubrovnik
After breakfast ,proceed for ferry and we will arrange a transfer for you to the Split bus station to board your bus for Dubrovnik. Arrive Dubrovnik and transfer to your hotel. Later explore this stunning city with its amazing Old Town, regarded as one of the best-preserved medieval towns in the world. The entire old city is now a UNESCO World Heritage site. In the sunset join us for an unforgettable sunset sea kayaking around City walls and the Island of Lokrum. Overnight in Dubrovnik.
Day 8 : Explore Dubrovnik
After Breakfast,Day free at leisure and explore the city shopping spots and later during evening explore the night life of Dubrovnik.Suggested nightclubs are Culture Club Dubrovnik in the very center of the Old Town, inside a Revelin fortress.
Day 9 : Depart Dubrovnik
After breakfast leave for transfer from hotel to Airport with amazing Croatian memories from Holidaysbox !!