Krishna Complex, Stadium Circle, C.G. Road, Ahmedabad

  • Day 1

    Arrive Zagreb

    Welcome to Croatia! On arrival at Zagreb Airport, you will be met and transferred to your hotel. Your first stop is Zagreb, the capital of Croatia and the one with the best location. The city is in the heart of the country, which makes it an excellent starting point for exploring Croatia.EnjoyyourstayandexplorethemainspotsofZagrebguided walking tour. Visit Ban JelacicSquare, Dolacopen-air market, KaptolCathedral, and the famous TkalcicevaStreet that is full of bars and restaurants.LatervisittotheUpperTownwiththebeautifulChurchof St. Mark. Later you have opportunity to add in optional activities like ZagrebEye,ZagrebbyNightTour.EnjoydinneratanIndianrestaurant. Overnight stay inZagreb (IndianDinner)

  • Day 2


    The day is free to explore the city OR take an optional tour to visit Slovenia–visiting Ljubljanaand Lake Bled Daytour.(Note:Youneed to be in possession of Schengen multiple entry visa). Start your day with the capital Ljubljana, an enchanting town that will win your heart immediately. Continue with a getaway to the nature and enjoy mesmerizing views of Lake Bled and the castle of Bled. Late evening returnbacktoZagreb.ORenjoyvisittoVarazdinandTrakoscanCastle Daytour.DiscoverthecityofVarazdin,atruebaroquegemconsidered to be one of the most desirable cities to live in Croatia. Embrace the beauty of the streets rich with numerous palaces, villas and one of the oldest city halls in Europe. Conclude your day visiting romantic TrakoscanCastle where you can enjoy the surrounding nature and a picturesquelake.EnjoydinneratanIndianrestaurant. Overnight stay in Zagreb (Breakfast,Indiandinner)

  • Day 3


    Leave Zagreb and start your journey to the south of Croatia. Make a stop at the most beautiful place in the country and visit the Plitvice Lakes National Park,UNESCOWorldHeritageSite.Thereare16larger lakes and several smaller lakes. The lakes are all interconnected as if theywerealadder,cascadingoneintotheotheroverseveralbeautiful waterfalls. The Plitvice Lakes National Park covers the area of around 300sqkmanditishometomorethan250animalspeciesandmore than 1,400 plant species. After making a stop at the national park, continue your trip towards Zadar, the second largest city in Croatia, which not only offers a beautiful architecture, but also has the best beachesandrichnightlife.EnjoyIndiandinnerattheaccommodation. Overnight stay in Zadar (Breakfast,Indiandinner)

  • Day 4


    Today enjoy guided walking tour of Zadar. ExploretheintriguingRomanForum,founded by the first Roman Emperor Augustus, as well as the Church of St Donatus; symbol of the city, and St Anastasia’s Cathedral, the largest cathedral in Dalmatia. Zadar is one of the main cities on the coast that became world famous thanks to the world’s first and only Sea Organ. The waves interact with the structure creating random but harmonic sounds. You can sit and relax on the marble steps of the organ and enjoy the sea breeze and the most beautiful sunset in the world! TherestofthedayisfreeORtakeanoptional KornatiIslandtour.Discovernumerousislands of Zadar archipelago and enjoy swimming in crystal clear Adriatic Sea. There is no better way for experiencing Dalmatia and all its beauties then cruising on wooden sailboat towards one of the most magical bays ofthe Mediterranean. Enjoy Indian dinner at the accommodation. Overnight stay in Zadar (Breakfast,Indiandinner)

  • Day 5

    Zadar – Trogir - Split

    Continue your journey towards the city of Split, enroutevisit Trogir, UNESCO world heritage site of Diocletians Palace ,it isalsoa popular starting point for sailing trips on the Adriatic Sea. Walk through narrow streets and elegant courtyards you’ll see plenty of charming buildings and balconies to Trogir’s waterfront promenade with its large palm trees. After exploring the city of Trogir, head towards Split. Its the second largest city in Croatia, which not only offers a beautiful architecture, but also has the best beaches andrich night life.Enjoy guidedwalkingtourof Split.ThemainattractionofthecityofSplitis thePalaceoftheRomanEmperorDiocletian, built in the 5th century BC. This palace is one of the best preserved in Europe and it is located on Riva, the seaside promenade of thecity.YoucanalsovisittheCathedralofSt. Domnius,withthe57-meters-highbelltower. NexttoSt.Domnius Cathedral you will find theimpressive Vestibule and the Peristyle, which was once the central square of the palace. Enjoy Indian dinner at the accommodation. Overnight stay in Split (Breakfast,Indiandinner)

  • Day 6


    This morning travel to Split. Enroute, visit Bosnia and Herzegovina. Your first stopis Medjugorje, the religious centreof the region. It is believed that the Virgin Mary had appeared to six local children in 1981. From then on, the town became a popular place among the believers. Later, continueto Mostar, one of the most visited cities in the country.What at tractssomany visitors is the famous bridge,Stari Most(OldBridge),which is located in the historic centreof the city. Thebridgeis21metershighand,duringthe summer,itispossibletowatchaselectgroup of divers who jump from the top of the old bridgeintotheriver!Later,continueyourtrip toDubrovnik,thecityofDubrovnikislocated at the very south of Dalmatia. Later enjoy Dubrovnikguidedwalkingtour.Thismedieval cityliesrightontheedgeoftheAdriaticSea. The old town walls date back to the 16th century and are among the best preserved in the world. Entering the Pile gate, you will findyourselfatthebeginningofStradun,the city’smainstreet.There,youcanalsoseethe Franciscan Church with the bell tower and theMonastery.Enjoyacablecarridetoenjoy an aerial view of Dubrovnik. Enjoy dinner at Indianrestaurant. Overnight stay inDubrovnik (Breakfast, Indiandinner)

  • Day 7


    The day is free to explore the city OR takean optional tour to Montenegro (Note: You need to be in possession of Schengen multiple entryvisa).Awildlandwheremountainsdrop right down to the sea and delightful towns suchasKotor,BudvaandMontenegro’sjewel, Sveti Stefan, cling to the coastline on the routesouthfromtheborderwithCroatia.Itis within easy reach of Dubrovnik. Enjoydinner at Indianrestaurant.Overnight stay inDubrovnik (Breakfast, Indiandinner)

  • Day 8

    Departure From Dubrovnik

    Your trip concludes with a departure transfer to Dubrovnik Airport. Thank you for visiting Croatia! We hope you have enjoyed your vacation and wish you a safe journey back home. (Breakfast)

  • Visa & Travel insurance

  • Sightseeing as per itinerary

  • Services of a Tour Manager escorting the group from the point of arrival

  • Overseas Insurance for period of stay(0-59yrs)

  • All ground transportation by air-conditioned coaches

  • Daily Continental Buffet Breakfast.

  • 7 Indian Jain/Vegetarian/Non-Vegetarian Dinners.

  • Daily Mineral Water Bottle (500ml)


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    • Cancellation Conditions
    • 60 Days or more prior to Departure Rs.30, 000/-( Non Refundable).

    • Within Days 60 Days to 45 Days prior to Departure 50% of the Tour Cost.

    • Within 45 Days to Departure 100% of the Tour Cost.

  • Tour Month
  • Through Out the Year

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  • Place
  • Zagreb

    Hotel Puntijar or Similar
  • Zadar

    Success Apartments OR similar or Similar
  • Split

    Hotel San Antonio or Similar
  • Padova/Bologna

    Hotel Four Points by Sheraton/Best Western/Schio or similar
  • Dubrovnik

    Hotel Dubrovnik or similar
T & C
  • INR 30,000 Tour Booking Deposit will be Non Refundable in any condition once booking is done.

  • 50% of the total payment per person from the date of 10 days of booking.

  • 100% payment is to be made 25 days before departure.

Fast Facts
56,594 km2
Population (2011)
40.8 lakhs
Croatian, Bosnian, Standard Serbian
8° - 26°
Best Time to Visit
May - Oct
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