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Discover the beauty of Croatia, a stunning Mediterranean gem. From the historic cities of Dubrovnik and Split to the breathtaking Plitvice Lakes and the idyllic Dalmatian Coast, our 8 to 16-day Croatia tours offer unforgettable experiences. 

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Croatia Tours by Region

Explore the diverse regions of Croatia, each with its own unique charm. From the coastal splendor of Dalmatia to the historic intrigue of Istria, there’s something for every traveler.

Explore Dalmatia’s Dubrovnik, Split, Hvar, Korčula, and More

Dalmatia, with its azure waters and ancient towns, is a coastal paradise. Visit Dubrovnik’s city walls, Split’s Diocletian's Palace, and the serene islands of Hvar and Brac. From historic towns and vibrant cities to serene islands and scenic coastlines, Dalmatia offers an unforgettable experience for every type of traveler.

Dubrovnik: Known as the "Pearl of the Adriatic," Dubrovnik boasts well-preserved medieval architecture and stunning sea views. Walk along the city walls for breathtaking panoramas, explore the cobbled streets of the Old Town, and visit the historic Rector's Palace and Franciscan Monastery.

Split: Split, the largest city in Dalmatia, is home to the impressive Diocletian's Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Wander through the ancient palace complex, which now houses shops, cafes, and homes. Don't miss the Cathedral of Saint Domnius and the vibrant Riva promenade.

Hvar: Hvar is famous for its lively nightlife, beautiful beaches, and lavender fields. Stroll through the charming streets of Hvar Town, visit the historic Fortica Fortress for panoramic views, and relax on the pristine beaches. The island's vineyards and olive groves add to its picturesque appeal.

Korčula: A Historic Gem Often called "Little Dubrovnik," Korčula offers a blend of beautiful beaches and rich history. The birthplace of Marco Polo, the island is dotted with medieval buildings, charming squares, and ancient churches. Enjoy the local wines and fresh seafood in one of its many restaurants.

Trogir: Another UNESCO World Heritage Site, Trogir is a small island connected to the mainland by bridges. Its well-preserved Romanesque and Gothic architecture, such as the Cathedral of St. Lawrence, makes it a must-visit. The town’s narrow streets and waterfront promenade are perfect for a leisurely stroll.


Istria is known for its Venetian architecture and truffle-filled cuisine. Explore the Roman amphitheater in Pula, the sixth largest and one of the best-preserved in the world built at the same time as the Colosseum. Don’t miss a visit to the picturesque coastal town of Rovinj to wander through the Old Town, contemplating its Mediterranean influences and island walls.

Opatija: The Jewel of Kvarner Gulf

Kvarner offers a blend of lush landscapes and vibrant cities, with Opatija standing out as one of its most cherished destinations. Opatija boasts stunning beaches, elegant architecture, and a rich history that draws visitors year-round. The crystal-clear waters and well-maintained beach facilities make Opatija a perfect spot for a seaside retreat.

Central Croatia: A Region Rich in Culture and History

Central Croatia is a treasure trove of cultural and historical riches, offering a perfect blend of vibrant city life, stunning architecture, and breathtaking natural landscapes. From the bustling streets of Zagreb to the serene beauty of Plitviče Lakes National Park, this region promises an unforgettable journey.

Zagreb: The Heart of Croatia, Zagreb, is a vibrant hub of culture, history, and modern life. The city is divided into two main parts: the historic Upper Town (Gornji Grad) and the more modern Lower Town (Donji Grad).

Wander through the cobblestone streets and discover historical landmarks such as St. Mark’s Church, with its colorful tiled roof, and the Lotrščak Tower, which offers panoramic views of the city. The Upper Town is also home to the Croatian Parliament and the charming Stone Gate, a site of pilgrimage. Experience Zagreb’s lively atmosphere in the Lower Town, where you can visit the bustling Ban Jelačić Square, the heart of the city. Explore the Art Pavilion for a dose of culture, or relax in one of the many cafes along Tkalčićeva Street. 

Plitviče Lakes National Park: Plitviče Lakes National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is one of the oldest and largest national parks in Croatia. Its stunning natural beauty attracts visitors from all over the world. The park is renowned for its 16 terraced lakes, connected by a series of cascading waterfalls and surrounded by lush forests. The vibrant colors of the lakes, ranging from azure to green, grey, and blue, are a result of minerals and organisms in the water.

Frequently Asked Questions About Croatia Travel & Tours

  • When is the best time to tour Croatia?
    The best time to visit Croatia is from May to October, when the weather is warm, and the Adriatic Sea is perfect for swimming.
  • What are the best places to visit in Croatia?
    Dubrovnik, Split, Plitvice Lakes, Hvar, and Rovinj are among the top destinations in Croatia.
  • How many days should I spend in Croatia?
    We recommend spending at least 7-10 days in Croatia to explore its major attractions and enjoy its diverse landscapes.
  • How many months in advance should I plan a trip to Croatia?
    We recommend you plan your Croatia trip between 3 -10 months before you want to travel. Airlines don’t publish fares much further out than 10-11 months. You should look to book your vacation once you can lock in your flights. Luckily, we take care of all of that for you. If travelers want to go for a special anniversary or event, they’ll book years in advance so they know they are set and can let us handle it from there. It’s essential to ensure your passport is valid for at least six months after you’re planning to return to the States and that you have any visas you’ll need to travel. Planning earlier allows you plenty of time to renew your passport or apply for a visa if required. Travel rules are changing daily. If unsure, check to see if you have everything you need with our easy guide.
  • Is it safe to travel to Croatia?
    Yes, Croatia is considered a safe country to visit. It has a low crime rate, and violent crime is rare. As with any travel destination, it's wise to take common-sense precautions, such as being aware of your surroundings and safeguarding your belongings. However, like in any other country, it is important to stay aware of your surroundings, especially in crowded tourist areas, and follow standard travel safety practices.
  • What is tipping etiquette in Croatia?
    Tipping is not obligatory but is appreciated. In restaurants, a tip of 10-15% is customary if service is not included. For taxis, rounding up to the nearest pound or giving a 10% tip is common. Check out this article on the best apps to download on your phone for stress-free tipping on the go!
  • Is travel insurance necessary for tours to Croatia? 
    Travel insurance is recommended to cover unexpected events like trip cancellations, medical emergencies, and lost luggage.
  • What should I pack for a trip to Croatia?
    Pack layers of clothing to accommodate varying weather conditions. Pack light, breathable clothing for summer months, and warmer layers for cooler seasons. A good pair of walking shoes is essential for exploring cities and natural sites. Also, it’s very important to remember sunscreen, a hat, or sun-protection clothing as the sun can be strong, especially in summer. Lastly, bring a reusable water bottle and a camera to capture the stunning scenery
  • Can I use my mobile phone in Croatia?
    Most international mobile phones will work in Croatia, but it's advisable to check with your service provider about international roaming charges. Alternatively, you can purchase a local SIM card or a portable Wi-Fi device for internet access.

Why You Should Visit Croatia

Croatia’s stunning coastline, historic cities, and natural wonders make it a top travel destination. Enjoy the blend of Mediterranean and Slavic cultures, delicious cuisine, and warm hospitality that Croatia has to offer.

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