Here’s Why We Love Croatia
Croatia is hip and trending — it’s the new holiday hot spot for celebrities. It has an impressive ancient and medieval cultural heritage, yet it also has very cool shops (clothing, accessories, leather goods, gourmet stores). You’ll enjoy unique cuisine with Mediterranean and Italian influences. Its grape growing and winemaking practices are some of the oldest in Europe.
The Adriatic Sea
Sailing between the lush green islands and visiting remote villages is what makes us appreciate the beauty of this place.
Plitvice Lakes National Park
We can’t get enough of the picturesque trails, stunning waterfalls and crystal clear lakes.
Dubrovnik City Walls
Strolling the old city walls and climbing to the top of Minceta Fortress feels as if walking above the city.
Starting at $375/person/day
Day 1: Arrival in Zagreb
Discover the cultural and political capital of Croatia. There are more museums per square foot in Zagreb than anywhere else in the world. Take time to explore the historic monuments and churches of Gornji Grad and the cool cafés of Donja Grad.
Day 2: The beauty of Plitvice Lakes
Make a stop in the small town of Ogulin to have a taste of the locally produced, health-boosting sauerkraut, then continue to the UNESCO listed Heritage Site of Plitvice Lakes National Park to discover the stunning waterfalls, beautiful lakes and hidden caves.
Day 3: Diocletian's Palace in Split
Travel back in time in the coastal town of Split exploring Diocletian’s Palace, the colossal and luxurious Roman masterpiece spanning four blocks in the historic town center. The palace is one of the best preserved structures of the ancient world.
Day 4: Sunning on the island of Hvar
Soak up the sun in Hvar, one of the warmest islands in Croatia. Breathe in the fragrances of lush green Mediterranean flora and relax on the beach as you keep an eye on the celebrities passing by on their amazing yachts.
Day 5: Sailing the Adriatic
Bring on the fun with a full-day sailing adventure in the Adriatic Sea taking advantage of the numerous snorkeling opportunities. Visit a family winery located on a nearby island for a tasting of local wines accompanied by salted anchovies.
Day 6: Get off the beaten path
Discover a fortress built by Napoleon’s troops, the fragrant lavender fields of Hvar and a nearly abandoned village of charming stone houses and narrow alleys. An authentic dinner with traditional Dalmatian dishes should not be missed.
Day 7: Game of Thrones sightseeing in Dubrovnik
Explore Dubrovnik’s stunning medieval Old Town. As you stroll the historic center marvel at the impressive Pile Gate featured in Games of Thrones, the Rector’s Palace and the Minceta Fortress. Climb up and walk around the city walls. From the top enjoy the spectacular views of the Adriatic Coast, the perfect way to end a fantastic holiday.