IMPRESSIONS OF CROATIA

Day  1: ZAGREB
Arrival to Zagreb – the capital of Croatia. with numerous possibilities for sightseeing including: The Cahtedral, St. Mark’s Church, St.katarina’s Church, Mirogoj cemetery (Westminster Abbey of Croatia), old Upper Town, open-air market, Stone gate and the 19th century National Theatre.

Day 2: ZAGREB
Additinal day to explore Zagreb engoying your coffe among many of small caffes in famous Tkalca or Bogoviceva street and shopping.

Day 3: ZAGREB – OPATIJA
After breakfast departure for Opatija. Situated on the picturesque Kvarner Bay, an elegant Austrian-style seaside resort.

Day 4: OPATIJA – PLITVICE
Departure for Plitvice -one of the most beautiful European national parks. Situated in a thick forest, Plitvice Lakes are considered one of the most beautiful natural phenomena in the world. Plitvice Lakes were declared a National Park in 1949, and since 1979 they have been on the UNESCO-s List of World Natural Heritage.

Day 5: PLITVICE – ZADAR
Departure towards Zadar – a city and port in central Dalmatia, in Roman sources 10th c BC called Diadora, after 59 BC became a Roman municipium when it gained its urban structure and in the time of Caesar the town was fortified. Zadar offers numerous rich cultural and artistic programs such as the traditional Music Evenings in St. Donat and Zadar Theatre Summer.

Day 6: ZADAR – SPLIT
After breakfast departure for Split, the town of the Diokletian’s Palace on UNESCO’s List of World Cultural Heritage, the Peristyle, Jupiter’s Temple and the Cathedral. History-filled museums boast galleries of contemporary art and aroma-alluring restaurants complete with bustling cafes for the attention of the people that pass them by. This juxtaposition lies at the very heart of Split’s charm.

Day 7: SPLIT -  DUBROVNIK
Departure along the Makarska Riviera for  Dubrovnik – the town included in UNESCO’s List of World Cultural Heritage.
We suggest to take  the city tour of Dubrovnik, the town about which you know about so much and so litlle at the same time – it simply has to be seen. During the sightseeing  you will visit the Rector’s Palace, the Cathedral, the Dominican monastery, the Franciscan monastery with Europe’s third oldest pharmacy, and interesting and unique sights.

Day 8: DUBROVNIK
Breakfast and free time till departure from Dubrovnik airport.

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