11Nts / 12 Days

Your Itinerary


  • Arrive Zagreb, after clearing your customs and immigration formalities, transfer to your Hotel.
  • Day free at leisure.
  • Overnight at Zagreb


  • After breakfast we proceed to Slovenia Lake Bled
  • Arrive Lake Bled. Itis a lake in the Julian Alps of the Upper Carniolan region of north-western Slovenia, where it adjoins the town of Bled. The area is a tourist  The lake is 35 km (22 mi) from Ljubljana International Airport and 55 km (34 mi) from the capital city, Ljubljana.
  • Later we proceed to Ljubljana and we do a city tour, beginning in front of the Town Hall, takes you through the historical city centre, whose unique architecture is the legacy of the Baroque and Art Nouveau periods and, most notably, the work of the famous 20th century architect JožePleč
  • Later proceed to Zagreb
  • Enjoy dinner. Overnight at Zagreb.


  • After breakfast we proceed for a City tour of Zagreb,
  • Tour starts with the city of parks, palaces, museums and universities, biggest attractions of the city such as the Cathedral, the picturesque and bustling marketplace Dolac, the Church of St. Mark – the symbol of Zagreb. Proceed to the vantage point of the tower Lotrščak – which offers a splendid view over Zagreb, the stone gate where you can light a candle, and Bana Jelačič Square, which is not only the crossroads of the upper and lower parts of the city but also the heart of the city, connecting the young and old residents of Zagreb.
  • Overnight at Zagreb.


  • After breakfast we proceed for Lake Plitvice National Park.
  • Lake Plitvice is composed of 16 blue and green lakes, connected with more than 90 waterfalls and rapids. For the beauty and the attraction of the Plitvice Lakes, travertine and the plants of travertine take the credit. With the formation of travertine and the partition of the river bed, lakes have formed. This is a magnificent architectonic phenomenon of nature, surrounded by thick woods in which bears, wolves, wild hares, martens, and partridges live. The park has belonged toUNESCO Cultural Heritage since 1979.
  • Arrive and Check in at Hotel.
  • Overnight in Lake Plitvice .


  • After breakfast proceed to Zadar
  • Arrive Zadar and we take on a walking tour. First big attraction that you will see is a modern one – The Greeting to the Sun. It consists of three hundred multi-layered glass plates placed on the same level with the stone-paved waterfront in the shape of a 22-meter diameter circle.
  • Next to The Greeting to the Sun are world famous Sea Organs. This site is a blend of human ideas and skills and the energy of the sea, waves, a place for relaxation, contemplation and conversation while listening to an endless concert of mystic harmonies of the ‘Orchestra of Nature’.
  • From modern wonders you will go to medieval times by visiting church of St Francis and Franciscan monastery. The sacristy, which follows the choir stalls, is very important for the Croatian history because it was there that the peace was made between the Venetian Republic and Hungarian-Croatian king Ludovik Anžuvinac. In a decorated treasury next to the sacristy, there are collected works of art of the church with a great number of exhibits.
  • Medieval times continues by visiting cathedral of St. Anastasia – the biggest cathedral in Dalmatia. If you desire you can walk in the cathedral and see marble sarcophagus with the relics of St. Anastasia with the inscription by Bishop Donat. From medieval heritage you will step back more in time and come in ancient Roman colony Julia Iader, on its Forum Romanum. It represents a very developed example of the forum complex, and is one of the most important among the Adriatic ancient cities.  On the foundations of the Forum rises church of St. Donatus. The symbol of the city of Zadar and the most famous monumental building in Croatia from the early Middle Ages (9th c.)
  • Across the church of St. Donatus you will visit third largest collection of religious art in the world popularly called The Gold and Silver of Zadar.
  • The Permanent Exhibition of Ecclesiastic Art places Zadar among the great cultural capitals as such a collection of valuable and exquisite religious works of art all in one place can only be seen in the greatest European centers.
  • You will hear story about Zadar liqueur production and specially about famous Maraschino which was drank by many famous historical characters. You will also get chance to taste it and buy it.
  • Next attraction are Zadar Land Gate built by Venetian architect Michele Sanmicheli in 1543. Journey through Zadar’s history continues by visiting the Five Wells square. The square is located on a site between the medieval city walls and the Renaissance bastion Grimani.
  • Check in at Hotel
  • Overnight at Zadar


  • After breakfast proceed to Split
  • The second-largest city of Croatia and the largest city of the region of Dalmatia, lies on the eastern shore of the Adriatic Sea.
  • Arrive and Check in at hotel. Overnight in Split.
  • Time to do some optional activities at the beach like kayaking, Parasailing, Quad Bike, Scuba Dive Etc.
  • Later check in at Hotel
  • Overnight at Split.

Fact Sheet

  • Population: 4,169,205 people (approx.)
  • Capital City: Zagreb
  • Local Currency: Croatian kuna
  • Language: Croatian
  • Time Difference: -3:30 Hours behind of IST


  • After breakfast proceed for a walking tour of Split
  • Diocletian Palace is one of the most significant original structures of the late ancient architecture, a kind of an imperial palace that was enlisted in UNESCO’s World Heritage are Southern part of Diocletian’s palace, Bronze Gates, Diocletian’s cellars, Peristyle, The Vestibul of the Emperor’s Palace, The Mausoleum / St. Dujam’s Cathedral, Cathedral Treasury, The Temple of Jupiter / Baptistery, The Silver Gates, Papalic Palace/City Museum of Split, Golden gates, St. Martin’s Church, Chapel of Arnir the Blessed, People’s Square / Piaca, the Town hall, Karepić house, Iron Gates, Chapel of Our Lady of Belfry, Fruit square, Venetian castle, Milesi Palace, Monument of Marko Marulić.
  • Overnight at Split.


  • After breakfast proceed to HVAR Island.
  • We board a ferry and reach Hvar Island.
  • The town of Hvar is unique, cultural and historical heritage and an important tourist destination with a centuries-old tradition in tourism.
  • Arrive and Check in at Hotel.
  • Enjoy the Night life in Hvar Island.
  • Overnight in Hvar Island


  • After breakfast proceed to HVAR Island.
  • We begin the tour with a drive along the old road which connects Hvar and Stari Grad. After a pleasant drive through the green inland of the island we arrive to Stari Grad, one of the oldest settlements on our coast. It was founded by the Greeks in the 4th century BC and named Pharos. After a short walk through the stone streets, we visit the Dominican Monastery and Hektorovic’s castle.
  • After visiting Stari Grad, we continue through the well known vineyards in UNESCO-protected Hora before reaching the small town of Vrboska where we will visit the church of St. Lawrence with one of the finest collections of Renaissance art on the island and the fortified church of Saint Mary of Mercy.
  • Driving by the sea we continue towards Jelsa, a charming little town on the northern part of the island founded in the 14th century. On our way back to Hvar town we will drive through the delightful villages built in the traditional style in the island’s interior.
  • Later we Proceed to Three Island Tour, Blue Grotto Cave, Green Grotto and 03 Islands Speed Boat TourVisit the beautiful Blue Cave on Vis and the Green Cave at Pakleni islands.
  • Overnight at Hvar Island.


  • After breakfast proceed to Dubrovnik.
  • Arrive and check in at Hotel
  • Evening free at leisure
  • Overnight in Dubrovnik


  • After breakfast proceed to Walking tour of Dubrovnik.
  • It is the known fact that the oldest Sephardic synagogue still in use is to be found in the heart of Dubrovnik’s Old town! It is said to have been established in 1352, but gained legal status in the city in 1408. Owned by the local Jewish community, the main floor still functions as a place of worship for Holy days and special occasions, but is now mainly a city museum which hosts numerous Jewish ritual items and centuries-old artifacts. Jews came to Dubrovnik in the 15th century and made an important cultural contribution to the development of the Dubrovnik Republic. Many Jews became traders and craftsmen, dealing with spices, silks, fabrics, and crafts that were in demand at a seaport city. In 1546, Dubrovnik officials allocated a Jewish settlement within the city, with the main street being called Ulica Zudioska (“Jewish Street”) in the Dubrovnik Ghetto.This walking tour provides an opportunity for guests to understand Jewish life in Dubrovnik and how it has changed through history. We begin with Onofrio’s Fountain and continue along Stradun (the main street) to Žudioska Street where the Jewish community was once situated. Here you will visit the famous Synagogue established in the 15th century, re-built in 1652 and still in use today. You will hear the story of Yeshayah Cohen, a sixteenth-century philosopher and poet who has crowned Dubrovnik in his work as Queen of the Illyrian Sea! After visiting the Synagogue you will visit the Jewish fountain and other major historical sites in Dubrovnik such as Sponza (the first customs office in this part of the world), the Rector’s Palace, City Hall, Bell Tower and the Lodge, Od Puča Street – where many Dubrovnik gold smiths are located. You will also see the famous Orlando’s column along the way. Dubrovnik is the city that will surely capture your heart with its ancient charisma and abundant heritage.
  • Evening free for shopping
  • Overnight at Dubvronik.


  • After breakfast check out of the hotel and proceed to airport to board flight for Mumbai
  • Tour Ends on arrival in Mumbai.

Glimpses of Croatia