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WT-Croatia 01:11 Days Trip of Croatia: Zagreb - Plitvice Lakes - Split - Brac - Makarska - Korcula - Dubrovnik - Mljet National Park - Hvar - Adriatic Sea
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    Arrival in Croatia

    After arrival in Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, you can take a shuttle bus to check in the hotel and relax for the rest of the time. You may have a good rest at the hotel or stroll around the city.

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    As a famous historical city in central Europe, Zagreb is composed of three parts, the old city, the new city and a modern downtown. In the morning, you will head to the old city to visit the Houses of Parliament, the Government Palace and the most renowned churches like St. Catherine’s Church and St. Mark’s Church which were built in the middle ages.

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    Zagreb - Plitvice Lakes - Split

    You will visit the beautiful Plitvice Lakes today. As one of the world cultural heritages, Plitvice Lakes comprises 16 lakes and stands as the most notable national park of Croatia. The waterfalls and the Travertine causeways create 16 fairy-like lakes which always impress the visitors with its enchanting scenery. After that, you will proceed to Split.

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    As a historical city in Croatia, Split is not only the second largest city but also one of the most famous tourist resorts in the Southeast Europe. Here you will pay a visit to the Roman Emperor Diocletians Palace, a very place where the emperor spent his declining years. It is also an important relic of the roman times. After the visit, you can look around freely in Split. At dusk, you will board the ship at port and get ready for the following Adriatic cruise tour.

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    Brac – Makarska

    You will sail to Brac in the morning. On the island, you can stroll around on the beach or go surfing and appreciate the beautiful scenery. After lunch on boat, you will move forward to Makarska in the afternoon. You can enjoy the scenery of the sea on the deck or in the rooms during the cruise. Upon arrival in Makarska, you can tour around the island freely.

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    Makarska - Korcula

    In the morning, you will continue sailing to Korcula. During the trip, you can stop at the islands along the way for a while to go swimming and relax. Late in the afternoon, you will reach Korcula, the birthplace of the famous adventurer Marco Polo. You will visit the Cathedral of St. Mark on the island. After that, the rest of the time will be arranged on your own.

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    Korcula - Dubrovnik

    You will leave Korcula for Dubrovnik in the morning and reach there in the afternoon. As a pearl on the Adriatic Sea, Dubrovnik is a world cultural relic site. Fronting water and with a hill at the back, this ancient city had a dense growth of trees and has a medieval view. Later, you will proceed to the old Dubrovnik to visit the Franciscan Monastery, the Bell Tower clock, the St. Laurence Fortress, the Sponza and Rectors Palace.

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    Dubrovnik - Mljet National Park

    The morning tour will take you to visit the Mljet National Park. You will arrive at the central area of this park in the afternoon. The island is abundant in numerous cultural relics and you will have a chance to visit many sites here. Meanwhile, you can also choose to ride a bike or row a boat to appreciate the breathtaking natural scenery of the island.

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    Mljet National Park - Hvar

    You will head to Hvar in the morning. If the weather is fine, you will stop at a valley near the Peljesac peninsula to go swimming. In the afternoon, you will arrive at Hvar, which is the most beautiful island with lush forest among numerous islands in Croatia. You will visit several relics such as the Fortress and the Franciscan Abbey on the island.

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    Hvar - Split

    Sail back to Split in the morning. You will stay in the Milna Island and Brac during the trip for a while to relax. Upon arrival in Split, you will be free for the remaining day and you can tour around the Split city by yourselves.

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    Departure from Croatia

    After breakfast, you will travel to the nearest airport from Split by boat and take a flight leaving from Croatia.