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10 days from £1,649 per person

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Seeking out a traditional seafood restaurant in Dubrovnik's old town for a memorable meal of freshly netted fish (and perhaps a glass or two of Croatian wine).


With highlights dotted along the sparkling Adriatic, Croatia offers historical discovery and seaside scenery in abundance. In this wide-ranging Croatia tour, we head inland to explore the pretty streets and squares of its compact capital, Zagreb, before witnessing the natural beauty of the emerald Plitvice Lakes. We tour Šibenik’s incredible limestone-and-marble domed cathedral and Split's walled Roman palace. Finally, we head for the exquisite old town of Dubrovnik, with its white-stone buildings and red-tiled roofs set against the ink-blue sea.

Your holiday includes:

9 excursions and visits

  • Visits to Plitvice Lakes; Šibenik cathedral; Diocletian’s Palace, Split; Rector’s Palace and Cathedral Treasury, Dubrovnik
  • Guided tours of Zagreb; Šibenik; Split; and Dubrovnik


  • 9 nights in hotels (accommodation as specified or similar)
  • International flights. Prices are based on return flights with easyJet from London Gatwick. Supplements may apply from other airports
  • 16 meals: 9 breakfasts (days 2-10) 7 dinners (days 1, 3 and 5-9)


  • Dubrovnik city tax
  • Portable audio headset system on excursions
  • Titan’s VIP door-to-door travel service
  • Titan tour manager
  • Travel in destination by coach
  • Porterage

Classic Croatin Star of the Adriatic

  • VIP Outbound2

    UK - Pula - Opatija

    Titan’s VIP door-to-door travel service collects you from home for your flight to Pula. On arrival we’ll begin our transfer to Opatija.

    Hotel Agava, Opatija (4-star)

  • Opatija


    Opatija is a fashionable holiday resort that has welcomed many famous personalities, including central European aristocracy, Puccini, Chekhov and James Joyce. Today is free to explore it yourself, Take a dip in the picturesque bays or enjoy the streets of Opatija and neighbouring Volosko, a pretty fishing village just a short walk along the 12-kilometre promenade with mountain views across the Adriatic.

    Hotel Agava, Opatija (4-star)

  • Zagreb Cathedral


    We journey to Zagreb, Croatia’s capital. On a guided walking tour this afternoon, we’ll get acquainted us with this magnificent city. At its heart is Bana Josip Jelacica Square which divides Donji Grad (Lower Town) and Gornji Grad (Upper Town). With streets made for strolling, there are numerous museums and parks to aim for, and Dolac Market will give you a true taste of Zagreb.

    • Guided tour of Zagreb (afternoon)

    Sheraton Zagreb (5-star)

  • Plitvice Lakes

    Plitvice Lakes - Zadar

    We travel south to one of the treasures of the Balkan Peninsula - the UNESCO-protected Plitvice Lakes National Park. We wend our way along boardwalks that criss-cross a series of 16 lakes linked by beautiful waterfalls, all surrounded by peaceful woodland that’s home to numerous birds and mammals.

    Later, after a journey through dramatic mountain ranges, we arrive at the central Dalmatian town of Zadar, situated on a sheltered peninsula with a picturesque harbour. The city is decorated with Romanesque and Byzantine buildings which bear testimony to Zadar’s colourful past.

    • Visit Plitvice Lakes (morning)

    Hotel Kolovare, Zadar (4-star)

  • Sibenik Cathedral

    Šibenik - Solin

    We continue our journey south to visit Šibenik, a town built by Croatian Kings. We enjoy a guided tour through its characteristic maze of winding streets and enter the cathedral. Built in the 15th century and now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the cathedral is an elaborate mix of styles, including a dome inspired by Brunelleschi’s in Florence. We continue to Solin arriving late afternoon.

    • Guided tour of Šibenik and cathedral (morning)

    Hotel President Solin (5-star)

  • Split


    Discover Split’s historic heart, located within the walls of Diocletian’s Palace, on a guided tour. As its name suggests, the Roman Emperor Diocletian who was born in Solin, built the Palace in the 3rd century AD, a combination of an Imperial Villa and Roman stronghold that forms one of the world’s most impressive Roman monuments. Through the centuries and under various rulers, including the Byzantines, Venetians and Austro-Hungarians, a city blossomed within the grounds of this World Heritage Site.

    You’re free for the rest of the afternoon.

    • Guided tour of Split including entrance to Diocletian’s Palace (morning)

    Hotel President Solin (5-star)

  • Babin Kuk

    Ston - Cavtat

    We make a stop in medieval Ston, encapsulated by impressive defensive walls, en route to our last hotel, a short distance from the centre of Dubrovnik.

    Hotel Croatia Cavtat (5-star)

  • Dubrovnik


    Discover Dubrovnik on a guided walking tour of the city. Visit the 15th-century Rector’s Palace and Cathedral, followed by free time to explore the pedestrianised Old Town, an aspect of the city that has earned Dubrovnik UNESCO World Heritage Site status.

    • Guided tour of Dubrovnik, (including Rector’s Palace and Cathedral Treasury (morning)

    Hotel Croatia Cavtat (5-star)

  • Perast


    You’re at leisure today. Perhaps return to the Old Town to walk along the wall for fantastic views and access to its four fortresses; take the cable car to the top of Mount Srd; or take an optional excursion to Kotor in Montenegro, a labyrinth of old alleyways surrounded by incredible scenery.

    Hotel Croatia Cavtat (5-star)

  • VIP Inbound 2

    Day 10 Dubrovnik - UK

    Transfer to the airport for your return flight to the UK. Upon arrival, your Titan vehicle will be waiting for the journey home.

    Arrive Home

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Important information about your destination

Please note: This tour visits places with cobbled streets and uneven terrain, and a significant amount of walking is involved during the excursions.



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