Croatia Tour: Follow The Best Croatia Itinerary

As one of the most popular tourist destinations on the Mediterranean Sea, Dubrovnik is easily the most commonly visited city in Croatia. With magnificent beaches and rich culture, it perfectly captures much of what the country has to offer. Follow this Croatia itinerary to explore the best places to visit during your Croatia tour.

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As one of the most popular tourist destinations on the Mediterranean Sea, Dubrovnik is easily the most commonly visited city in Croatia. With magnificent beaches and rich culture, it perfectly captures much of what the country has to offer. Follow this Croatia itinerary to explore the best places to visit during your Croatia tour.

Highlights of the Trip

  • The Roman Amphitheater and Roma Temple are notices of a period of domain and Augustus.

  • The Mausoleum of Diocletian is one of the best-preserved ancient Roman buildings and is also known as the oldest Catholic cathedral in the world that remains in use in its original structure.

  • Take a boat in Orebic for a ride to beautiful Korcula Island where your guide will take you to visit St Marco Cathedral and the supposed birthplace of Marco Polo.

Trip At A Glance

Day 1: Arrival in Croatia  

Day 2: Ston and Korcula Island

Day 3: Saint Domnius Cathedral

Day 4: Montenegro Trip

Day 5: The Cathedral of Saint Domnius

Day 6: Brac

Day 7: Trakoscan Castle and Varazdin

Day 8: The Elegant Lanes of History  

Day 9: Departure 

DETAILED ITINERARY

Day 1: Arrival in Croatia

As per your Croatia itinerary, you will arrive in Croatia early morning and after arriving at the airport, you have to take a cab to the hotel. After you check-in, take your breakfast and leave for exploring the best nearby spots in Croatia.

Day 2: Ston and Korcula Island

The second is reserved for exploring and embracing the beauty of Ston and Korcula Island from Dubrovnik and then combine it with a wine tour! After you’ve been picked up from your hotel, you’ll be driven to the Ston and get the chance to learn about the fascinating history and wander around the medieval town and walls, and even try some oysters if you chose. Later, take a boat in Orebic for a ride to beautiful Korcula Island where your guide will take you to visit St Marco Cathedral and the supposed birthplace of Marco Polo. On your journey, learn all about the Peljesac peninsula wineries and mussel-breeding before enjoying the delights of wine tasting and samples of brandy and liqueur with a sommelier.

Day 3: Saint Domnius Cathedral

The third day of the tour calls for visiting Saint Domnius Cathedral. It is located nearby the Archdiocese of Split-Makarska, the Cathedral of Saint Domnius, is a beautiful Catholic cathedral in Split, consisting of a church formed from an Imperial Roman mausoleum. This glorious building is a standout amongst the best-protected antiquated Roman structures and is otherwise called the most seasoned Catholic basilica on the planet that remaining parts being used in its unique structure (accommodating old agnostic, Christian, Medieval and current legacy). These days, guests can get to the working with tickets; you'll especially value climbing the means the whole distance to the highest point of the Bell Tower of the church building. The St. Duje's Cathedral is unmissable in Split. In this way, grasp the magnificence of the spot and return to your inn at night. In the wake of having your supper, you can continue to your space to take some rest and sound rest.

Day 4: Montenegro Trip

The fourth day must be invested in exploring the sights and landscapes of Montenegro which takes you through the Zupa Dubrovacka and Konavle valleys on a scenic drive along the beautiful Bay of Kotor. Be inspired by the gorgeous views of the Sveti Stefan islet on the way to Budva and the local town of Perast, located at the foot of St Elijah Hill. There’s also an extra option of paying for a boat trip to Our Lady of the Rocks island but if you decide not to do it, you’ll still get to take a short ferry tour across the Bay of Kotor. The tour allows for exploring with both a guide and the chance to venture on your own before you’re taken back to your hotel by your private transfer.

Day 5: The Cathedral of Saint Domnius

The fifth day of Croatia itinerary is reserved for the Cathedral of Saint Domnius. It is located nearby the Archdiocese of Split-Makarska and is a beautiful Catholic cathedral in Split, consisting of a church formed from an Imperial Roman mausoleum. Built in AD 305 as the Mausoleum of Diocletian, this magnificent building is one of the best-preserved ancient Roman buildings and is also known as the oldest Catholic cathedral in the world that remains in use in its original structure. Take a leave in the evening and after having sumptuous dinner at the hotel, you can move to your hotel room.

Day 6: Brac

The sixth day of Croatia itinerary forces you to take a trip to Brac. It is a Croatian island in the Adriatic Sea known for its white-pebble beach Zlatni Rat (Golden Cape), a favored windsurfing site outside the resort town of Bol. Truly recommended to families, sportsmen and nature lovers who will be able to discover the island by bike, and to all those who seek an authentic island with small typical villages, Brac will entertain you only 50 minutes by ferry from Split.

Day 7: Trakoscan Castle and Varazdin

The seventh day can be best invested in discovering the Trakoscan Castle. It was first referenced in 1334, the manor's riddle adds to its feeling of fantasy, particularly as you meander through rooms that mix Europe's well-known styles. There's Gothic furniture, Baroque twists, neo-Renaissance contacts and a progression of rooms that appear to be culled from a visual artist's creative ability. Investigate the sporty turrets and shaded parapets, and after that take some private time in the lavish grounds. Varazdin is similarly alluring, exhibiting unadulterated Baroque tastefulness toward each path.

Day 8: The Elegant Lanes of History  

The eighth day is perfect for exploring the Pula and Rovinj, which are two Mediterranean angling ports on the Istrian Peninsula where diaries to terrific human advancements. Both are beguiling goals to investigate, with completely pedestrianized old towns that appear to be unaltered by time. The Roman Amphitheater and Roma Temple are notices of a period of domain and Augustus. Venetian townhouses and royal residences are decorated with the most unpredictable of points of interest while the Baroque St Euphemia Church is as brilliant as designer Giovanni Dizzi's different renowned work, St Mark's Basilica in Venice. There are accounts of Napoleon, loftiness made by the Austrians, and the Renaissance wonder of sixteenth-century thriving. Setting aside the opportunity to investigate it at your relaxation will demonstrate very unwinding for you two. In the evening, come back to your hotel and pack your bags as it was the last day of the Croatia trip. Before you proceed to your hotel room, do take your dinner at the hotel.

Day 9: Departure

In the morning, check out from the hotel where you would be accommodating and say a final goodbye to the country by moving towards the airport. Hope you enjoy your vacation in Croatia and would love to visit again your beloved ones.

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