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Zagreb - Zadar - Trogir - Split - Dubrovnik (Self Drive)

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8 to 12+ Nights from $1,033*
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This 8 night sample itinerary includes:

  • Hotel for 2 nights in Zagreb
  • Rental Car for 5 days
  • Hotel for 1 night in Zadar
  • Hotel for 1 night in Trogir
  • Hotel for 2 night in Split
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Dubrovnik
  • Driving Time
    Zagreb - Zadar: 2 hrs. 55 mins. approx.
    Zadar - Trogir: 1 hr. 30 mins. approx.
    Trogir -Split: 40 mins. approx.
    Split - Dubrovnik: 3 hrs. approx.

Make the most of your vacation package through Croatia. Combine Zagreb (a vibrant destination with modern shops and fascinating museums), Zadar (because of its rich heritage, and the entertainment center of the Adriatic), Trogir (best-preserved Romanesque-Gothic complex), Split (beaches and the Diocletian`s Palace) and Dubrovnik (the "Pearl of the Adriatic"), with a Rental Car. This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.

Flexible Itinerary

  • Zagreb

  • Zadar

  • Trogir

  • Split

  • Dubrovnik

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Trip Summary

  • Zagreb

    Zagreb is the cultural, scientific, economic, political and administrative center of Croatia. It is known as the City of Museums, as there are more of them per square foot than any other city in the world. Zagreb is a vibrant, modern destination with a variety of shops, quality restaurants and sports and recreation facilities. The historical part of the city to the north is comprised of the Upper Town and Kaptol, a medieval urban complex of churches, palaces, museums, galleries and government buildings. Of particular note is the breathtaking Gothic-style Zagreb Cathedral, from which the entire city was born. Explore the Kaptol, Upper Town, Lower Town, Zagreb Cathedral, St. Mark's Church, Art Pavilion, Mestrovic Pavilion, Mimara Museum, Lotrscak Tower, Kamenita vrata, Ilica, King Tomislav Square, Lenuci's Horseshoe, Ban Josip Jelacic Square, and so much more.

  • Zadar

    Zadar, the fifth-largest city in Croatia, boasts a long tradition and a rich cultural heritage. The town is fortified with thick walls, renowned for their impressive ports, such as the Harbor Port and the Mainland Port, which date back to the sixteenth century. Zadar's most impressive sight is the pre-Romanesque Church of St. Donatus. The town is also famous for having the most beautiful Romanesque churches in Croatia, such as the Cathedral of St. Anastasia, the Church of St. Chrysogonus and the Bell-tower of St. Mary. Visit and discover the great Zadar's Old Town, Puntamika Beach, Kolovare Beach, Borik Beach, The Marinas, Zadar Cathedral, the Roman Forum of Iadera, Church of St. Donatus, St. Mary`s Church, Zadar`s Venetian defensive system, Church of St. Chrysogonus, and so much more.

  • Trogir

    One of the most beautiful cities on the Dalmatian coast, Trogir is a living museum, the best-preserved Romanesque-Gothic complex in Central Europe. Its medieval core, surrounded by walls and comprising a magnificient castle and tower and a series of dwellings and palaces from the Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque periods, is part of the UNESCO World Heritage List of historic sites. One of the most impressive buildings is the Church of St. Lawrence, whose main west portal is a masterpiece by Radovan, and the most significant work of the Romanesque-Gothic style in Croatia. Visit and discover the great Church of St. Lawrence (Trogir Cathedral), Pantan Beach, Cippiko Palace, Kamerlengo Fortress Tower, City Loggia, Medena Beach, Ciovo Island, Trogir Old Town, and so much more.

  • Split

    Split is the second-largest city in Croatia, and its history stretches back over 1,700 years. The Roman Emperor Diocletian built his lavish retirement palace here. It is the largest and best-preserved example of a Roman palace left in the world, and it is listed on the register of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Diocletian's Palace is the gem of the Old Town, a pedestrianized zone which includes the beautiful riverwalk called Riva. It could not blend traditions and modern life more perfectly; buzzing shops, restaurants, and bars are situated alongside monuments and buildings dating from the Roman era. The dramatic backdrop of mountains bleeds into the sea, giving an atmospheric setting to this stunning city. Visit Split's Old Town, Diocletian's Palace, Bacvice, Marjan, Mestrovic Gallery, Klis Fortress, Diocletian's Palace, Riva, Gregory of Nin statue, Chapel of St. Arnir, Diocletian's Cellars, Peristyle, Republic Square, People's Square, and so much more.

  • Dubrovnik

    Dubrovnik is aptly surnamed the 'Pearl of the Adriatic.' It is one of the most beautiful cities on the Croatian coast. Many buildings in the old city center testify of its glorious past and its Venetian influence. The ancient walls of Dubrovnik girdle a perfectly preserved complex of public and private, sacred and secular buildings representing all periods of the city's rich history, beginning with its founding in the 7th century. In 2019, Dubrovnik celebrates 40 years of being listed on UNESCO's register of World Heritage Sites. Nowadays, Dubrovnik is a tranquil touristic and cultural center hosting many musical, art and theater events year round. Explore the Dubrovnik's Old Town, Lapad, Babin Kuk, Gruz, Church of St. Blaise, Dubrovnik Cathedral, Fort Bokar, Fort Imperial, Minceta Tower, Fort of St. John, Lokrum Island, Rector's Palace, Luza Square, Pile Gate, Ploce Gate, and so much more.

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