7 days - 6 nights
Zagreb -Rich history, interesting architecture, natural beauty, colorful culture, delicious gastronomy… The capital of Croatia is truly magical and full of different sights.
NP RISNJAK Risnjak National Park is a true mountain oasis that offers unforgettable excursions in every season and a true paradise for enjoying nature in complete peace. Guide provided. The professional guides with whom you will get to know Risnjak are lovers of the park and know it extremely well. They are very engaged and with them you will experience Risnjak in a special way!
You can choose from the easiest to the most demanding paths.
Plitvice Lakes National Park is the largest, oldest and most visited national park in Croatia. And on top of all that, it is the only one that made it to the UNESCO World Heritage List. How? Mainly because of its rich flora and fauna and sixteen magical turquoise lakes with numerous cascades. The beauty of this national park is truly unique and that is why Plitvice is visited by more than a million people from all over the world every year.
Get to know Sinj – the city of the Alkar Knights and the most famous Marian shrine in Dalmatia. It is located in the Dalmatian hinterland, in the Cetinje region, only thirty kilometers from the Adriatic Sea. It is surrounded by the mighty, impressive mountains of Dinara, Kamešnica and Svilaja, the fertile valley of Sinjsko polje and the stunningly beautiful Cetina river. A visit to the museum of Sinj alka, which preserves the rich history of Alka and Sinj. During a walk through the museum, you can view the original uniforms, equipment and weapons of the Sinj alkars, Alkar statutes and regulations, and numerous photographs in modern digital form. It is equipped with the most modern equipment, thanks to which you can try your hand at shooting Alka.
Split is the second largest city in Croatia and the largest Dalmatian city. The history of Split has been going on for 17 centuries since the Roman Emperor Diocletian decided to build a palace on this peninsula where he would spend the last years of his life in peace. The palace slowly developed into a city that today attracts with its rich tradition, great history, and the beauty of its natural and cultural heritage. One and only Split with a beautiful waterfront, the beloved city promenade, a central meeting place and the starting point of every sightseeing. The waterfront is full of cafes and restaurants with a beautiful view of the sea and the island of Brač across the street.
Arrival in Zagreb by plane
Croatian capital Zagreb - tour with a guide
Zagreb-NP Risnjak - 1 hours and 50 minutes
Overnight at Risnjak, breakfast, tour of the Kupa spring
Lunch and departure to Zagreb
Guided tour, boat ride through Plitvice Lakes
Lunch in the cult restaurant Lička kuća
Visiting Sinj and the museum of Sinj alka
Visit to Split
Return from Split