Day 1: Arrival to Zagreb, Croatia. Visit City centre named Tkalciceva.
Day 2: Visit the Zagreb Cathedral, St. Mark’s Church, Museum of Broken Relationships, Lotrščak Tower (daily cannon blasts & an observation area providing panoramic city views), Art Pavilion. Overnight stay in Zagreb.
Day 3: Travel to Zadar. Visit the Plitviče Lakes National Park - UNESCO World Heritage Site on the way. Overnight stay in Zadar.
Day 4: Visit the Church of St. Donatus, Zadar Cathedral, Roman Forum, Archaeological Museum, Sea Organ for beautiful sunsets. In the evening, enjoy a bit of Croatian nightlife. Overnight stay in Zadar.
Day 5: Day trip to Dugi Otok Island via ferry - Visit the Punta Bjanca Lighthouse, Mir Lake, Telašćica Nature Park. Overnight stay in Zadar.
Day 6: Krka National Park – Visit the Krka National Park. Travel to Sibenik and visit the 15th-century stone Cathedral of St. James - decorated with 71 sculpted faces, the Šibenik City Museum, in the 14th-century Prince’s Palace, has exhibits ranging from prehistory to the present. The white stone St. Michael’s Fortress has an open-air theater. Overnight Stay at Sibenik.
Day 7: Travel to Split – Visit the Diocletian's Palace - UNESCO World Heritage Site, Cathedral of Saint Domnius, Peristyle Square, Marjan Forest Park. Overnight stay at Split.
Day 8: Split – Best preserved medieval town in Europe. Visit to the Trogir, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Overnight stay at Split.
Day 9: Travel to Hvar via Ferry. Explore the Hvar Town and visit Paklinski Islands (for boating and water sports), Spanjola Fortress, Cathedral of St. Stephen, St. Stephen’s Square. Enjoy an evening show at the Hvar public theatre. Overnight stay at Hvar.
Day 10: Day trip to Blue Cave by boat. Overnight stay in Split.
Day 11: Travel to Dubrovnik - a UNESCO World Heritage Site - Visit the Walls of Dubrovnik, Fort Lovrijenac, Srđ . Overnight stay in Dubrovnik.
Day 12: Day trip to Lokrum by Ferry – Lokrum features many tree-shaded walking paths. Visit star-shaped Fort Royal - was constructed by the French in the early 19th century. Enjoy wonderful views of Dubrovnik and the town of Cavtat. Other attractions are the Dead Sea (Mrtvo more) - a salt lake with calm, sheltered waters, the ruins of a 12th/13th-century basilica and 15th-century monastery. Also visit Botanical garden and many peacocks and also do water sports like canoeing and kayaking. Overnight stay in Dubrovnik.
Day 13: Dubrovnik – Visit the Minčeta Tower, Bokar Tower, Rector's Palace, Dubrovnik Cathedral, Dominican Monastery, Sponza Palace, St Blaise's Church, Maritime Museum of Dubrovnik, Pile Gate. Overnight stay in Dubrovnik.
Day 14: Departure from Croatia.