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Croatia, the jewel of the Adriatic, is known as the land of a thousand Islands where old and new merges in a breathtaking setting. The crystal clear seas, glittering horizons, warm hospitality, superb cuisine, long-held traditions and fascinating history and culture...All combined to make Croatia one of Europe’s most fashionable and sought after destinations.

Tour Code: WT-Croatia 02
8 Days Journey of Croatia: Split - Dubrovnik - Trilj - Sinj - Plitvice Lakes - Zagreb - Hrvatsko Zagorje - Zadar

Departure: Daily
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    Arrival in Croatia

    Upon arrival in Split, the second biggest city and the famous historical city in Croatia, you will be free to explore the city by yourselves for the rest of the time.

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    Split – Dubrovnik

    Go sightseeing throughout Split in the morning. You will first visit the grand Roman Emperor Diocletians Palace, where Diocletian spent his declining years. There are Peristyle, Jupiters Temple and Cathedral inside the palace. This palace is now a World Cultural Heritage Site. You will move forward to Dubrovnik in the afternoon.

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    Dubrovnik - Trilj/Sinj

    In the morning, you will take a tour to Dubrovnik, a city has been listed as a World Heritage and regarded as a Pearl at Adriatic Sea. Here you will visit the Medieval Cathedral, Franciscan Monastery, Bell Tower clock, St. Laurence Fortress, Sponza and Rectors Palace. In the afternoon, you will head for Trilj/Sinj along the coast of Adriatic Sea.

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    Trilj/Sinj - Plitvice Lakes - Zagreb

    Drive to visit the Plitvice Lakes in the morning, a site listed as World Cultural Heritage. It is the most famous national park in Croatia, which consisting of 16 lakes and more than 92 waterfalls. You will go sightseeing along the walkway made of wood, and be attracted by its fairy-like natural landscape. It is also a paradise for photographers. After the visit here, you will move on to Zagreb, the capital of Croatia.

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    Zagreb is one of famous historical cities in middle Europe, which is composing of three parts: the Old Town (also known as uppertown), the New Area and the Modern District. You will visit the core historical area of the city, also the Old Town. You will take a tour of the most famous churches within the city, such as St. Marks Church built in mediaeval era, Croatian National Theater and Croatian National University. In the afternoon, you will have free time to stroll around stores, or go into cafes in the street for a cup of coffee, or just sit along the street to appreciate the city with medieval atmosphere.

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    Hrvatsko Zagorje - Zadar

    In the morning, you will visit the Castle Trakoscan, which was built in 13 century and many cultural relics constructed in Roman time. As one of the most beautiful parks in Croatia, Trakoscan has lush vegetation and magnificent landscape. After that, you will proceed to visit the Veliki Tabor castle in the afternoon, which is one part of Castle Hrvatsko Zagorje. Then you will transfer to Zadar at night.

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    Zadar - Split

    First of all, you will take a tour in Zadar today. It is a port in western part of Croatia and a famous historical city. Meanwhile, it is also the fifth biggest city in the country as well as one of the most famous tourist resorts in South Eastern Europe. Here, you will visit Roman Forum, which has a history traced back to the second century B.C., church of St. Donatus and so on. Afterwards, you will continue to visit the National Park Krka, where you can enjoy beautiful view of waterfalls. In addition to its fantastic scenery, the park is also famous for containing a large number of animal species, and it has listed as one of the largest European Birds Sanctuary for its large number of protected birds. Then you will drive to Split.

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    Departure from Croatia

    Today, you can take a taxi to transfer to the airport for your homeward flight and put an end to this fabulous journey of Croatia.