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Charm of the Adriatic Escorted Tour

Group │ Escorted Tour │ 6 Days │ From $795

Charm of the Adriatic is a 6-day most affordable tour of Croatia starting from only $895 including all breakfasts and all dinners. On this tour you will visit the main attractions along the Adriatic cost starting from the most admired city of Dubrovnik. Continue to Split with its magnificent Diocletian Palace, to the quaint town of Trogir. Then come to Zadar, the center of Dalmatia and explore its numerous sacral monuments. This tour will end in Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, a city of art, history and special charm.

Jauntee’s Charm of the Adriatic escorted tour from Dubrovnik to Zagreb is offered at a special rate now!

Day 1: Dubrovnik

Upon arrival at Dubrovnik transfer to hotel for dinner and overnight. Overnight in Dubrovnik. (B & D)



Day 2: Dubrovnik/Split

Now it’s time to take you on an unforgettable tour of Dubrovnik, the Renaissance Jewel of the Adriatic. It’s often been called a classic medieval heartstopper. For it is rife with glorious fountains, palaces and cathedrals. And rich in history and culture, dating all the way back to the 7th century. The limestone bricks of the walled Old City shimmer like marble in the moonlight. Fine detailing and the architecture of its quaint buildings underscore an artistic heritage that both enhances and defines a landscape of sea, sky and hills. It is a playground for those who desire the unspoiled fortune that is the Mediterranean landscape. Dubrovnik is steeped in sunshine and bathed in mild Mediterranean breezes, a lush region of coves, forested islands and idyllic beaches. It is a home to one of the world’s oldest pharmacies, which has been open since 1317. Afternoon departure for Split. Overnight in Split. (B & D)


Day 3: Split/Trogir/Zadar

Experience the charm of the southern Mediterranean as we explore Split, the largest city along the Adriatic coast. Its beauty captivated 4th Century Roman Emperor Diocletian, who built his palace here. So we begin our sightseeing tour of Split with a visit to this lofty palace. First, we walk the well-preserved ancient cellars; for here is where one can truly experience this magnificent palace. The Cathedral was built on the remains of an ancient shrine. And across the Cathedral is the Temple of Jupiter, which today is used as a baptistery. On our journey to Zadar we’ll stop in Trogir for a visit to St. Lawrence Cathedral, which is also included in the UNESCO list of protected world cultural heritage. You will quickly see why it is called a museum city by keeping in mind the many artistic repositories it hosts. Overnight in Zadar. Overnight in Zadar. (B & D)

Day 4: Zadar/Zagreb

A centuries-long center for the Illyrian tribe of Liburni and capital of Dalmatia for millennia, Zadar is a city of rich spiritual and material culture. Accompanied by our professional English-speaking guide, we visit the Cathedral of St. Stosia (St. Anastasia) dating from 1285 A.D., where paintings of Carpaccio and Palma Jr. are exhibited. We will also experience the Roman Forum and pre-Romanesque church of St. Donatus (dating from 9th century A.D.), the massive city gate and Square of Wells, the Church of St. Simon. Overnight in Zagreb. (D)

Day 5: Zagreb

This morning, Zagreb will charm you with its abundance of rich cultural heritage that dates back to the medieval days. We will stroll past baroque-style mansions and baronial residences, and admire the beautifully crafted facades. In the company of your local expert, we will visit the symbol of Zagreb, St. Mark’s church in the Upper Town, which houses the remarkable works of Ivan Mestrovic, its most famous sculptor. Come to the Lotrscak Tower and inhale this most beautiful view of the city. The attractions here are plentiful, the culture, quite mesmerizing. There will be enough time for a delicious fresh baked pastry and a cup of excellent coffee in one of the side walk cafes in Gornji Grad. Or taste some great home-made cheese and wine as you chat with friendly locals at Dolac, the lively open air market. Afternoon at leisure. Overnight in Zagreb. (B & D)

Day 6: Zagreb

Morning transfer to the airport.

  • Zagreb, 3* Hotel Laguna
  • Zadar, 4* Hotel Kolovare
  • Split, 4* Hotel Katarina
  • Dubrovnik, 3* Hotel Ivka


  • Hotel accommodations as per the itinerary based on double occupancy
  • 6 escorted days
  • Experienced English speaking escort throughout the trip as per itinerary
  • Comfortable air-conditioned coach at group’s disposal as per itinerary
  • Tours of Zagreb, Split, Zadar & Dubrovnik
  • Entrance fees for National Park Plitvice Lakes; St. Donatus Church in Zadar
  • Franciscan Monastery and Rector’s Palace in Dubrovnik
  • St. Lawrence Cathedral in Trogir; Diocletian’s Palace and Cathedral in Split
  • Professional English-speaking local guides
  • 5 breakfasts & 4 dinners
  • Airport/port transfers on the first and the last day of the tour
  • All taxes


  • Airfare, tips, drinks, telephone charges and incidentals
  • Anything else not mentioned in the inclusion

May 7, 2017 May 12, 2017 $895 $795
May 14, 2017 May 19, 2017 $895 $795
May 21, 2017 May 26, 2017 $895 $795
June 4, 2017 June 9, 2017 $895 $795
June 11, 2017 June 16, 2017 $895 $795
June 18, 2017 June 23, 2017 $895 $795
July 2, 2017 July 7, 2017 $995 $895
July 9, 2017 July 14, 2017 $995 $895
August 6, 2017 August 11, 2017 $995 $895
August 13, 2017 August 18, 2017 $995 $895
August 27, 2017 September 1, 2017 $995 $895
September 3, 2017 September 8, 2017 $995 $895
September 10, 2017 September 15, 2017 $995 $895
September 17, 2017 September 22, 2017 $995 $895
September 24, 2017 September 29, 2017 $995 $895
Single supplement $395

Rates are per person based on double occupancy. Airfare is not included.

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