UNESCO SITES AND NATIONAL PARKS OF CROATIA
Welcome to Croatia and Zagreb, the capital of Croatia.
Zagreb is a distinctly central European city situated in the middle of the triangle of Vienna, Budapest and Venice. It has always been and remains a part of the cultural circle of central Europe.
Continue to Plitvice, one of the oldest national parks in Europe and the largest one in Croatia. 16 crystalline lakes and its waterfalls and cascades are the main attraction of this park, inscribe in UNESCO world heritage list.
From Plitvice discover another Croatian National Park – Paklenica. After a nice and leisure walk in the nature depart for an historic old town with Roman ruins and medieval churches – Zadar. Enjoy the famous Sea Organ sound while you are “Greeting to the Sun” (modern art located at the shore of Zadar)
Next day, you will enjoy walk along the lakes and waterfalls of National Park Krka. From Krka, enjoy coffee break in Primosten while overlooking famous Babic vineyards.
Before finishing the trip in Split, discover Trogir, another town inscribed in UNESCO World Heritage list.
Below is our example tour itinerary. Please note we can customize it based on your arrival time and your preferences.
DAY 1 – Zagreb
Welcome to Croatia!
Start your adventure from Zagreb, the capital of Croatia. Zagreb is a distinctly central European city situated in the middle of the triangle of Vienna, Budapest and Venice. It has always been and remains a part of the cultural circle of central Europe.
DAY 2 – Plitvice Lakes National Park
From Zagreb continue to National park Plitvice.
Numerous lakes, gravel paths, wooden bridges and waterfalls in untouched nature will relax you and regain inner peace and joy.
Overnight: Plitvice lakes
DAY 3 – Paklenica National Park
From Plitvice continue to National park Paklenica. Distinctive features of Paklenica National Park are autochthonous forests of black pine, several types of beech forests and deep canyons with torrent flows of Velika and Mala Paklenica. Wider area of Paklenica National Park prides itself with rich and diverse cultural heritage.
Your next destination is city of Zadar. It is an historic old town of Roman ruins with beautiful medieval churches, cosmopolitan cafes and two unique attractions – the sound-and-light spectacle of the Sea Organ and the Greeting to the Sun.
DAY 4 – Krka National Park, Primosten and Trogir
On your way to Split, visit Krka National Park and charming coastal towns of Primošten and Trogir. Arrive late in the afternoon to Split – city founded by roman Emperor Diocletian, dating back to 300 A.C.
DAY 5 – Tour start in Split
Start your tour along the Croatian coast with Meridien Ten.
NOTE: We can customize this tour. To finalize this pre-tour extension you should let us know your flight information.