Day 1: Arrival Zagreb
Upon arrival, after Airport formalities and proceed to the hotel .Rest and relax .Today we explore Zagreb city, we walk through the Upper Town – the oldest part of Zagreb which has a splendid labyrinth of narrow cobblestone streets and wonderful buildings. Here we see St. Mark’s church with its multi-coloured tile roof bearing the coats of arms of Croatia, Croatian Parliament building- located within St Mark’s square and next to the popular St Mark’s church, the Baroque church of St. Catherine, and the Cathedral of St. Stephen – also known as Zagreb Cathedral and it is the tallest cathedral in Croatia, Later we take a stroll through Zagreb’s main open-air farmers’ market – Dolac Market, then we walk through the Lower Town – Zagreb’s busy city centre. Here we see, Statue of Ban Jelacic – the Ban of Croatia who is remembered for his military campaigns during the Revolutions of 1848, National Theatre- a theatre, opera and ballet house, and the University of Zagreb- one of Croatia’s oldest institutions. Later we visit Mirogoj Cemetery – One of the most beautiful cemeteries in Europe, it looks more like an art gallery than a cemetery and was designed by famous architect Hermann Bollé in 1876, and Maksimir – largest and oldest public park in Zagreb which is designed in the style of an old English garden. Overnight at Zagreb.
Day 2: Zagreb – Plitvice – Zadar
Breakfast at hotel .Today we proceed to Plitvice National Park – a UNESCO World Heritage Site, home to 16 lakes connected by a series of waterfalls and surrounded by close-packed woodland. Upon arrival we enjoy the sight of thousands of sparkling water falls, clean pure air, the great Splashier and idyllically boat ride on Lake Kozjak. Later we take a walk on one of 18km marked trails. In the afternoon we proceed to Zadar-– a city on Croatia’s Dalmatian coast, which is known for the Roman and Venetian ruins, also for the unique modern wonders. Upon arrival we explore Zadar city, we see the Forum square – a municipal square from the Roman era, St Donatus Church – built in the 9th century, this church is the largest Pre-Romanesque building in Croatia, Port Marina- situated in the central part of the Adriatic coast and right in the centre of Zadar and Roman City Walls – These walls allowed the city to retain its independence and meant that it was never captured by the Turks. Later we visit Zadar’s incredible Sea Organ – an architectural sound art object which plays music by way of sea waves and Sun Salutation – It consists of a 22-meter diameter circle, with photovoltaic solar modules underneath. Overnight Stay in Zadar.
Day 3: Split
Breakfast at hotel .Today we proceed to Split- one of the Adriatic’s most vibrant port cities, stunningly located between mountains and sea. Upon arrival we enjoy walking city tour of Split. We see City Hall- Sometimes referred to as the Communal Palace, Fish Market- one of the central points of the city life is called as Peskarija, Statue of medieval Croatian bishop Gregory of Nin, the Golden Gate- 4th-century Roman stone entryway to Diocletian’s Palace, The clock tower, later we visit the Cathedral of Saint Domnius – locally known as the Sveti Dujam is the Catholic cathedral in Split. Further we explore Game of Thrones shooting locations which includes, Diocletian’s Palace- where the slaves conspired with the Unsullied Army to overthrow the masters, and Klis Fortress- where Daenerys Targaryen launched an attack on the mountaintop city of Meereen. Overnight Stay in Split.
Day 4: Split
Breakfast at hotel .Today we enjoy flickering lights of the Blue Cave on Biševo Island. Later we drive through the picturesque village of Komiža on Vis Island, where the locals are proud of their fishermen’s history. Later we explore Hvar town. We see Fortica Fortress- Spanish fortress in Hvar, Hvar Cathedral- a Roman Catholic cathedral in the town, a historic Bishop’s Palace.Overnight at Split.