Modern Croatia was probably founded in the early 7th-century and has undergone many changes during its turbulent history, before finally being recognised on January 15, 1992 by the United Nations and the European Union.
Discover Croatia’s wealth of history, culture and natural beauty on this tour which offers the opportunity to visit the three UNESCO World Heritage Sites – Dubrovnik, Split and Plitvice Lakes National Park.
You can also explore the ancient city of Zadar, see the stunning rock canyon of Cetina and experience the breathtaking beauty of Krka Waterfalls.
Packed with great destinations and unmissable sights. So that you get to see as much as possible, on these well-paced tours you'll travel further and may stay in a few more hotels. There could be a greater degree of walking too, sometimes over difficult terrain.
Travel through delightful Croatian scenery to Plitvice Lakes National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
There are no fewer than 16 lakes here, all of which are linked by cascading waterfalls.
After an included excursion into the park, where you have lunch, continue to the village of Starigrad-Paklenica where you stay three nights at the all-inclusive 3-star Blue Sun Hotel Alan (3Q).