Croatia is a nation that is one of the most popular tourist destinations on the Mediterranean Sea. The country has a rich and vibrant culture, magnificent beaches, great historical monuments, and lush green outdoors. Visitors get transported back in history with the Roma Temple and the Roman Amphitheater. Explore the best of what the country has to offer with our 9-day luxury tour of Croatia.
Our private tours typically range from $500 - $1000 per person/per night depending on chosen hotels and room categories, vehicles used, types of tours, flight cost, time of year and other factors. Make an inquiry for a customized trip quote.
Meet your private guide at Zagreb airport, who will transfer you to your hotel. Set off with your guide on an introductory tour of the city. Stroll around the city's lanes and soak in the city's brilliant vibe, culture, and architecture. Relax and enjoy some coffee at one of the various bistros that line the city. Following that, enjoy a lavish dinner at a premium restaurant before retiring to your resort for the night.
Day 2: Explore Ston and Korcula Island
Embrace the beauty of Ston and Korcula Island from Dubrovnik. Learn about the fascinating history, wander around the medieval town and walls, and even try some oysters if you choose. 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. Discover 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: Visit Saint Domnius Cathedral
Visit the Saint Domnius Cathedral, located near 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. Explore this glorious building which is a standout amongst the best-protected antiquated Roman structures and is otherwise called the most seasoned Catholic basilica on the planet. Climb the whole distance to the highest point of the Bell Tower of the church building. Following that, soak in the magnificence of St. Duje's Cathedral in Split.
Day 4: Trip to Montenegro
Enjoy a scenic drive along the beautiful Bay of Kotor, which takes you through the Zupa Dubrovacka and Konavle valleys and lets you explore the sights and landscapes of Montenegro. 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. Then, embark on a beautiful boat trip to Our Lady of the Rocks island, surrounded by gorgeous natural views and pristine blue waters.
Day 5: Religious Cathedral of Saint Domnius
Discover the Cathedral of Saint Domnius, located near the Archdiocese of Split-Makarska. Find out more about this beautiful Catholic cathedral in Split, which consists of a church formed from an Imperial Roman mausoleum. Get transported back in history in this monument, also known as the oldest Catholic cathedral in the world that remains in use in its original structure.
Day 6: Discover Brac
Enjoy a trip to Brac, a Croatian island in the Adriatic Sea known for its white-pebble beach Zlatni Rat or Golden Cape. Get adventurous with the highly popular activity of windsurfing here. Immerse yourself in the gorgeous natural surroundings of the place by discovering the island on a bike ride. Following that, take a quick ferry to the village Split, where you can mingle with the locals and be enthralled by their wonderful stories.
Day 7: Medieval Trakoscan Castle
Discover the Trakoscan Castle, which was first referenced in 1334. Be mystified by the manor's riddle, which adds to its feeling of fantasy, particularly as you meander through rooms that mix Europe's well-known styles. Examine the 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. Afterward, take some private time on the lavish grounds. Then, head to Varazdin, which is similarly alluring and exhibits unadulterated Baroque tastefulness.
Day 8: Historical Pula and Rovinj
Explore the Pula and Rovinj, two Mediterranean angling ports on the Istrian Peninsula that are diaries to terrific human advancements. Stroll in these completely pedestrianized old towns that appear to be unaltered by time. Wander at the Roman Amphitheater and Roma Temple that were built during the period of the Roman emperor Augustus. Then, be amazed by the Venetian townhouses and royal residences that are lavishly decorated. Finally, visit the Baroque St Euphemia Church, as brilliant as designer Giovanni Dizzi's different renowned work, St Mark's Basilica in Venice.
Day 9: Departure
Today, your private guide will transfer you to the airport for your international departure.