7 Day Split Tour

5 nights in Split
Round trip airfare from NYC, 5 nights accommodation, all transfers, most meals and sightseeing
Price Includes
  • 5 nights at the [Katarina Hotel] or similar, Split, Standard Room with Breakfast
  • Airport transfers
  • Daily Breakfast
  • Transfer to all itinerary highlights outside Split
  • English-speaking local guide
  • Entrance and guided tours according to the program
  • Boat tour to Blue lagoon and Trogir
Day By Day Itinerary
DAY 1: Depart from USA

  • Depart the USA for Split City in Croatia. Your international flight includes meals, drinks, and in-flight entertainment.
DAY 2: Mediterranean Flower

  • Your plane lands at Split airport. There you will be warmly welcomed by our guide. After transfer and check-in at the hotel, you have some time to refresh and relax after the flight.
  • Afterwards we start our acquaintance with Split. Nestled by the Dalmatian coast, this city is in absolute harmony with the moniker the locals bestowed to it the Mediterranean Flower.
  • The oldest part of Split is located on the premises of a Roman palace built in the early 4th century by the emperor Diocletian. These are among the most enigmatic Roman ruins in the world.
  • The imposing St Domnius Cathedral of the 8th century rises nearby, regarded as the oldest Catholic cathedral in the world functioning in its original structure. We can not miss ascending to the top of its 12th century belltower to marvel at all the beauty of the Adriatic sea and warm, terracotta colors of the city. After the architectural combo in the old town, the buzzy Riva, a local word for a promenade, entices us for a relaxing walk.
DAY 3: Archaeological treasures

  • We devote this day to immersing ourselves in the history of these lands. There is no better place to start than Roman ruins of Salona, situated at the outskirts of Split. This town is considered to be the capital of Roman province of Dalmatia and a birthplace of Diocletian. Around 60 thousand people are believed to have lived here before the 3rd century BC. But after Diocletian completed his palace in Split and moved there, Salona began to get abandoned.
  • The best preserved highlights of Salona are the amphitheater and the aqueduct, the latter is still in use today. Coming back to Split, we continue our historical exploration by visiting the Archaeological museum. Being the oldest museum in Croatia (of 1820), it is one of the most important historical sites of the land that has always been rich with antique heritage. We will explore Roman and Greek mosaics, coins and sculptures, and the biggest collection of gems in the country.
  • You still have some free time today. We advise you to stroll through Marjan Hill and to enjoy spectacular views over the city and azure waters of the Adriatic Sea.
  • After Marjan steps, which became famous after Games of Thrones, you can take a pleasant hike in the shadows of mountainous forest on the Marjan Peninsula.
  • Meal: Breakfast
DAY 4: Adriatic Paradise Islands and Trogir

  • The day is promising to be truly special as we offer you to explore the azure waters of the Adriatic sea and its islands. On a boat we take a trip to Blue lagoon near the island of Veliki Drvenik  with the ultramarine waters and tropical atmosphere. You have free time to snorkel around, watching local sea life and indulging in warm Adriatic waters. You may also treat yourself to a snack or cocktail in a lounge bar on the beach.
  • Back on the land, we cannot help getting fascinated by Trogir town. An opulence of Romanesque and Gothic architecture, crammed on a tiny islet, makes Trogir a true gem of the Mediterranean.
  • Here you will have enough free time to explore this magnificent town on your own. The first thing capturing your attention from the first sight would be St Laurentius Cathedral. Its portal main gates are considered to be one of the most valued monuments on the Dalmatian coast. Its marble adornment was intricately carved in the 13th century depicting Adam and Eve, animals from Eden and scenes from the life of Christ. Another landmark of Trogir definitely worth seeing is the Kamerlengo fortress built by the Venetians in the 15th century to accommodate the army fleet. Now, due to its picturesque location and majestic exterior, it became a favourite venue for concerts and events. Its also highly recommended to saunter the promenade thriving with cafes and sea vibes.
  • When back to Split, you have free time at your disposal.
  • Meal: Breakfast
DAY 5: Full Day Krka Waterfalls and Sibenik

  • Croatia is granted not only with the Adriatic sea and jewels of architecture, but also with lush forests, crystal clear lakes and waterfalls. Today we are visiting one of the most beautiful natural wonders of the country Krka falls. Driving through the Dalmatian province, we come to the National Park entrance Skradin town. Here, we take a boat trip, meandering through the lake islands, until we finally reach the main highlight of the park Skradinski Buk waterfall. Except for beholding its gracious water streams, you are welcome to bathe there.
  • After some free time by the water, we invite you to a brief hike through the park, where we can admire the traditional houses, authentic watermills and other details of everyday life of Croatians. From the viewpoint uphill, you have a chance to capture these breathtaking travertine cascades of waterfalls and rapids.
  • On the way back to Split we make a detour to another splendid coastal town of Croatia Sibenik. We stroll through Sibenik narrow streets, paying a special visit to St James Cathedral, another UNESCO treasure of Croatia. Built entirely of stone, it intertwines the architectural styles of Northern Italy, Dalmatia and Tuscany during the Renaissance period. Known as city of fortresses, which were built by the Venetians to reflect the Ottomans forays, Sibenik once was one of the most important strategic towns on the Mediterranean. We can discern the fortress of St. Michael towering behind the city centre.
  • Please note that during the low season instead of a boat trip hiking is planned.
  • Meal: Breakfast
DAY 6: Klis Fortress and Winery Tour

  • Today we invite you to visit one of the most important fortresses on the Balkans Klis fortress. Perched atop the cliffs, between the mountains and the sea, it was considered to be the key to Dalmatia due to its strategic location observing lands of Bosnia, as well as the Adriatic coast.
  • The fort is made of the same stone that is abundant in the mountains around, that is why it perfectly blends with the landscape it rather resembles quirky silhouettes of nature hewn rocks than a man-made citadel. Now its ambiance strikes with rough beauty and power. Hiking the fortress may seem a bit challenging, but the reward will definitely be worth it stunning views and the feeling of being lost in the epoch of noble knights and legends.
  • After the fortress tour we are going to taste the drink without which the Mediterranean culture is impossible to imagine wine. Rich soils and mild climate are perfect for winemaking, and we will try some local flavours at one of the provincial wineries. On the road we admire bucolic landscapes of the province.
  • Meal: Breakfast
DAY 7: Departure

  • Today our itinerary comes to the end. You spent your time eventfully, discovered culture of the country and will keep these emotions for your lifetime.
  • Transfer to airport for your departure flight.
  • Meal: Breakfast

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Notes :
  • International airfare is not included in our rate and will be provided upon request.
  • Passengers traveling abroad require a passport valid for six months beyond their travel dates.
  • All travelers are responsible to check if a visa is required for all countries on their itinerary.
Not Included
  • International flights
  • Airport taxes for international flights
  • Lunch and dinners
  • Beverages
  • All personal expenses
  • Tips for driver and guide
  • Travel insurance

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