Book by February 4, 2022 and save $ 400 / couple
Book by February 4, 2022 and save $ 400 / couple
- Round trip flight from Montreal to Zagreb
- 2 nights’ accommodation at the hotel International 4* or similar in Zagred
- 2 nights’ accommodation at the hotel Adriatic 4* or similar in Opatija
- 1 nights’ accommodation at the hotel Pinija 4* or similar in Zadar
- 2 nights’ accommodation at the hotel Olympia 4* or similar in Vodice
- 4 nights’ accommodation at the hotel Admiral 5* or similar in Slano in the Dubrovnik region
- 3 nights’ accommodation at the hotel Trogir Palace 4* or similar in Split
- 35 meals: 14 breakfast, 7 lunches and 14 dinner, without alcool
- 2 dinners – Day 8 in a restaurant on the river and day 10 a meal of grilled fish and country wine
- Visits and tours as mentioned in the itinerary
- Entry fee at: Pula’s amphitheater, National Park of Plitvice, National Park of Krka, Cellars at Diocletian palace
- Transfer by boat and entry on Notre-Dame-du-Rocher island
- Transfers by private bus as mentioned in the program
- Services of a local guide during your stay
- Services of a Gendrontours group leader
- Protection offered by the Compensation fund for customers of travel agents
- Meals and tours other than those mentioned
- Luggage fees with the airline
- Alcool and other drinks at meal time
Entry and exit requirements – COVID-19
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All the reductions are applied on the prices shown on the website.
Arriving in Zagreb and transfering to the hotel.
Free time. Installation, dinner and overnight at the hotel.
Guided tour of Zagreb, the political, economic and cultural capital of Croatia. Guided discovery of the great buildings of the nineteenth century and the beautiful parks of the city center that give the city a special charm: main square Ban Jelacic, the Gothic cathedral ….
Continuing in the afternoon to Opatija.
Checking in at the hotel and dinner.
The city of Pula known for its 1st century Roman amphitheater, Augustus temple and the door of Sergius. Guided tour of Pula, lunch ($) and free time in the city. Continuing to Rovinj. A rich, natural site, the place showcases trees that have resisted to storms over the centuries. Back to Opatija. Dinner and hotel.
Plitvice National Park is the most famous natural reserve of Croatia. With its 16 lakes linked by waterfalls it’is now protected as a UNESCO natural heritage. Visit with a local guide, lunch ($) and continuing to Zadar.
Zadar, a great fortified city of Dalmatia, is surrounded by the sea on three sides. Zadar is also one of Croatia’s oldest city. City tour, lunch ($) et free time. Continuing to Šibenik. Night in Vodice.
Šibenik is a city that thas kept its medieval centre, with its alleys and stairs, overshadowed by a fortress and St. Jacques’ cathedral. Put on UNESCO’s heritage list in 2001, it has a certain charm. Guided tour of the old city. Leaving for Krka National Park. Visit of “Skradinski buk”, the famous part of Krka waterfalls. Night in Vodice.
Boat ride on the Neretva river with a dinner on the river. Continuing to Slano.
Visit of Dubrovnik’s old city in the morning, followed by lunch ($) and free time in the city. Back to Slano.
Get on a boat to see the Elaphites islands archipelago: Koločep, Lopud and Šipan. You’ll eat fish and drink local wine and you’ll see games and dancing. You’ll have the opportunity to swim… Sun, sea, fish, wine and music make it unforgettable. Back to the hotel.
Discovering the mouths of Kotor and Montenegro’s coast. Arriving in Perast, boarding a boat and visit of the island of Notre-Dame-du-Rocher – artificial island built by Perast inhabitants, starting in the 15th century. Continuing to Kotor, listed as a UNESCO’s World Heritage in 1979. Back to Slano.
Leaving for Korčula island. Native city of Marco Polo, it’s also one of the most beautiful medieval city of the Adriatic. History and traditions mix in the city. City tour followed by free time. Leaving for Split.
Continuing to Split, the product of 17 centuries of building, renovating and restructuring. It is one of Croatia’s administrative, historic and religious centre. Diocletian’s palace is built at the centre of the city. City tour of the Old Town, free time and accommodation in Split.
Leaving by catamaran for the island of Hvar – a queen among all islands. City tour and free time.
Leaving for Trogir, a World Heritage site since 1997. City tour of this medieval city. Leaving for Zagreb.
Transfering to the airport for the flight back.