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Zagreb Dubrovnik & Montenegro Tour

08 Nights / 09 Days
Places Covered
Zagreb » Split » Hvar » Dubrovnik » Montenegro

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  • Arrive Zagreb, Wednesday

    Welcome to Zagreb! You will be met at the airport and transferred to your hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure until a Welcome Dinner tonight.

  • In Zagreb, Thursday

    On a morning sightseeing tour, see the historic Upper Town, St. Mark’s Church, St. Catherine’s Church, the Cathedral, Parliament, and Government Palace. The rest of the day is at leisure to explore the winding city streets, browse through the shops, or take an optional excursion to see the countryside.

  • Zagreb to Plitvice Lakes and Split, Friday

    Head to magnificent Plitvice Lakes National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Take a walking tour around several of the lower lakes, enjoying the breathtaking scenery of terraced lakes, thickly wooded mountains, and lush vegetation. After your visit, continue to the port city of Split. Your evening is free to begin exploring on your own.

  • Split to Island Hvar, Saturday

    Today begins with a walking tour of the historic inner city, built around Roman Emperor Diocletian’s Palace, a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site. Then on to see the remnants of Split’s Roman heritage, its Renaissance and Gothic structures, Jupiter’s Temple, the Peristyle and Cathedral of St. Duje. There’s some time free before you board the ferry and set sail to Hvar Island.

  • Island Hvar, Sunday

    The town of Hvar has a unique cultural and historical heritage, plus a centuries-old tradition in tourism. A morning walking tour features views of the Fortress, Franciscan Monastery and more. The afternoon is free. Kick back, relax, and enjoy this charming island, listed as one of the 10 most beautiful islands in the world by Conde Nast Travel Magazine.

  • Hvar to Dubrovnik, Monday

    Leave the island life behind as you return to mainland and continue to the “Pearl of Adriatic,” Dubrovnik. A drive along the picturesque Croatian coast reveals the world-famous natural beauty of the area. After dinner your time is free to discover the city by night.

  • Dubrovnik, Tuesday

    This morning, a walking tour shows you Old Dubrovnik. See the Rector's Palace, Bell Tower Clock, Orlando's Column, Sponza Palace, Dominican Monastery, and Franciscan Monastery with its Pharmacy, one of the oldest in the world. The rest of the day is at leisure to enjoy the city your way, browse through the shops, stroll along the coast, or simply relax.

  • In Dubrovnik, excursion to Montenegro, Wednesday

    Travel to the Republic of Montenegro. Head to the mouth of the beautiful Bay of Kotor, the longest and deepest fjord in Southern Europe. Visit city of Kotor and proceed with a boat ride to Our Lady of the Rocks, one of two islets off the coast of Perast. The Roman Catholic Church is the largest building on the islet, with a museum attached to it. Upon return to the coast, we will stop in Perast, an old charming coastal town. Visit city of Kotor before returning to Dubrovnik. Your evening is free to enjoy your way.

  • Depart Dubrovnik, Thursday

    You will be transferred to Dubrovnik’s airport for your departure flight.


Per Person in Twin USD 1,870
Single Room Supplement USD 749
Tour Start Dates 2019 Tour End Dates - 2019
24 April 02 May
08 May 16 May
22 May 30 May
05 Jun 13 Jun
19 Jun 27 Jun
21 August 29 August
11 September 19 September
25 September 03 October
09 October 17 October


Zagreb: Westin (DLX)
Split Atrium (F)
Hvar: Amfora (F)
Dubrovnik: Lacroma (F)


What's Included

  • First class hotels, rooms with private facilities
  • Breakfast daily and 4 dinners
  • Airport arrival and departure transfers
  • Touring by modern air-conditioned motor coach
  • Professional Tour Director throughout
  • Luggage handling
  • Whisper technology enhanced touring
  • Service charges and hotel taxes

What's Excluded

Highlights of Zagreb to Dubrovnik Montenegro Tour Packages

Zagreb to Dubrovnik Montenegro Tour Package Details
Tour Name: Zagreb to Dubrovnik Montenegro Tour Packages
Tour Starting From: Zagreb
Tour Duration: 08 Nights / 09 Days
Destinations Covered: Zagreb » Plitvice » Split » Hvar » Dubrovnik » Montenegro » Kotor
Starting Price: Rs. 1, 33, 043 / -
Best Time to Visit: May and June and September and October

A trip from Zagreb to Dubrovnik is not your backpacker's typical European tour - its way better. In one week, venture from historical Zagreb along the Adriatic Coast to magnificent Dubrovnik. In the process, you'll hit the highlights - did we mention the beautiful lakes of Plitvice or the island of Hvar? Yet you'll also discover a Europe too often ignored by travellers. Party in

Exclusive clubs and stray historical and picture-perfect old lanes. Come away from Europe with greater than simply wonderful photographs - traveling with young and fun travellers, and also you've got friends for life.

Start your Croatia Express Zagreb Dubrovnik & Montenegro tours with an airport transfer from Zagreb Airport to your hotel. Alternatively, if you are already in the city you can opt for a hotel-to-hotel transfer.

Your tour includes accommodation in a selection of Croatia's must-visit cities as well as islands: Zagreb, Split, Hvar, Korčula, and also Dubrovnik, where your experience finishes. Your 3- and 4-star hotels are centrally located for maximum convenience, and you'll have enough time to explore each destination independently between walking tours and also adventures.

Zagreb Dubrovnik & Montenegro Tour Packages

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Weather in Croatia

The seasons of the year in Croatia are well defined. During winter the temperature levels are very low as well as the cold is intense. But during the summer season, temperatures are very high and it is impossible to think of living without a good fan.

The summer starts in June as well as obtains really intense in July and August. September still has enjoyable temperatures. October is already colder specifically in the north of Croatia. In November the temperatures are currently reduced in the entire country, consisting of in the south and also the islands. So, from November throughout of March the cold is extreme. And April and May, hence, are months of transition.

Top 10 Best Places to Visit in Zagreb to Montenegro Croatia Tour

What to visit in Croatia depends on your specific tastes and interests, as this interesting little country on the Adriatic has everything you can request, and then some. Featured listed below are 10 of the most stunning places this unique, advanced nation needs to offer.

1. Dubrovnik - The medieval walled city of Dubrovnik has actually been one of Croatia's best-known tourist destinations for decades. But the fact that its city wall, gates, as well as towers were used as backdrops in Game of Thrones has driven it to the top of many a bucket list. It has also become a requisite stop on many cruise ship routes across the Mediterranean and is Croatia's most-visited city with over one million visitors in 2016.

There are breathtaking views over the terracotta roofing’s, cobblestone lanes, as well as church towers of the UNESCO-listed old town, with the turquoise waters of the Adriatic Sea as a backdrop.

2. Zagreb - It is the capital city of Croatia and also among the largest. It is a beautiful old town dotted with museums and art galleries. Zagreb is the heart of modern-day Croatia's culture. It is an ideal blend of art, gastronomy, songs, culture, and architecture. The Jarun Lake located in its vicinity has some of the most sensational lakeside discos.

3. Hvar - Wouldn't it be enticing to get lost in the scent of lavender? Hvar which is usually called the "island of lavender" is known for its vineyards and lavender areas aside from its century-old fortress and basilica reminding one of the Renaissances. This island in Croatia is among one of the most stunning prepared harbors exhibiting its 13th-century walls.

4. Split - Croatia's second city is also one its top locations, many thanks to its seaside location on the edge of the Dalmatian coast and also its well-preserved 4th-century Diocletian's Royal place that controls the old town. Accessed via four gates, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is a walled complex and a tiny city by itself, with a maze of narrow roads covering an area of 400,000 sq feet.

5. Zadar - Zadar is Croatia's 5th largest city, which was heavily affected throughout history-- evidence of this can be seen on Venetian and Roman ruins all around.

The city is divided into traditional architecture of the walled ‘Old Town’ and the modern industrial city. The Old Town comes alive with small streets, intricately crafted buildings, Roman columns, historic churches and buildings.

6. Sibenik - Sibenik is among Croatia's oldest traditional oceanfront towns, l full of medieval architecture, culture, friendly locals, town squares, and beaches. You'll no doubts have to go through if you're on your way to Krka National Park or the Kornati Islands. Be sure to see Cathedral St James, a UNESCO World Heritage Site built in the 1400s.

7. Plitvice Lakes National Park - Plitvice Lakes National Park is yet another UNESCO World Heritage Site and is the largest as well as most Visited of Croatia's eight national parks. The park covers an area of 114 square miles, with 16 freshwater lakes painted in hues of blue and green which are connected by cascades and waterfalls. The summer months, nevertheless, are the busiest, with approximately 15,000 daily site visitors, and consequently, spring and fall are the ideal times of the year to explore the park.

8. Rovinj - Situated on a hilly peninsula by the sea, it is a stunning Mediterranean fishing port. This island chain of 14 islands has actually cobbled streets giving it the feel of a romantic old town! It is among the exotic locations in Croatia. But today it is a significant tourist attraction for vacationers with its comfortable resorts as well as amazing dining establishments. It is a best mix of rural as well as urban, making it one of the very best locations to enter Croatia for couples.

9. Pula - Boasting of a Roman amphitheater renowned for hosting Gladiator flights in the past, Pula is an attractive city situated in the Istrian peninsula of Croatia. A fantastic example of Croatia's architectural beauty, it showcases Roman ruines and also shows the cultural and also historic impacts of Italy. When deciding on the things to see in Croatia, you cannot leave this out.

10. Pag - Pag is the 5th largest Croatian island, with a National Park, two resort towns - Pag town and also Novalja- as well as a number of smaller towns. Explore the pebble and beaches surrounding the coast, as well as its barren, moonlike landscape to see why this is among Croatia's promising islands.