6 Days 5 Nights
Opatija (1N) – Zadar (1N) – Zagreb (3N)
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By taking advantage of Croatia Tour Packages, you may enjoy a holiday in one of the world’s most beautiful nations without breaking the bank. Croatia, a small country on the Adriatic Sea, has become a popular destination for tourists. Without a well-planned, pre-planned tour package, it can be hard to see all of the great things about Croatia.
Regions such as Istia, Dalmatia, Kvarner and Highlands, Zadar, Split, Dubrovnik, Central and Northern Croatia, Slavonia, Zagreb, and Sibenik are among the most attractive destinations covered on your Croatia tour. Not only can you enjoy these regions’ natural beauty as part of your trip package, but you can also take advantage of specialised tours and adventures. You may arrange trips that will take you to museums, National Parks, cathedrals and monuments, gardens, castles, and valleys, among other locations.
On IMAD Travel, you can choose from outstanding Croatia vacation packages based on your budget and the nature of your visit. All bookings are made online well in advance of your travel date, ensuring that all logistics are taken care of when you arrive in Croatia.
Herzlich willkommen (welcome) in Croatia!
Meet and greet. Transfer to hotel.. Overnight.
Sightseeing tour of Zagreb include: visit of Zagreb Market, Ban Jelacic Square, St. Mark Square, St. Mark Cathedral, Lortscak Tower (Optional EF EUR 4/person) + Market, Zagreb Cathedral. Evening time is perfect to be spent at the most joyful Christmas Market (in Europe), taking place in Zagreb! Free time.
Overnight in Zagreb.
Departure toward Pula, the seafront city in the Istrian Peninsula. Brief city tour and visit the Roman Amphitheater (lookalike famous Colosseum) - (Optional EF EUR 12/person). Continue to Rovinj, a popular tourist resort and an active fishing port in the Istrian Peninsula. Istriot was the romantic language, once widely spoken in this part of Istria, and is still spoken by some of the residents even nowadays! Visit includes a brief tour of Rovinj old town. Afterwards, departure toward Opatija, a coastal town on the Adriatic Sea, offering great views. Visit the Christmas Market taking place in the town and free time. Overnight in Opatija.
After breakfast, morning departure heading South, to Zadar. A city on Croatia’s Dalmatian coast, which is known for the Roman and Venetian ruins of its peninsular Old Town. Visit includes: Historic old town center, Church of St. Donatus (Optional EF EUR 4 /person), Archaeological Museum (Optional EF EUR 6/person), Sea Organ, Sun salutation. *Local guide not included*
Evening time is free to spend leisure. Overnight in Zadar.
Early check out and departure toward Plitvice National Park. Take a walk to the majestic nature of Plitvice with a local guide. Tour continues to Zagreb, free time and overnight.
After Breakfast to the Hotel, depart toward Airport.
Flying to Croatia is the simplest, cheapest, and quickest way to get there. Zagreb, Pula, Zadar, Dubrovnik, and Split all have international airports. These airports handle the majority of flights from North America and Europe.
A full-day tour of Croatia will cost roughly $79, or INR 5,900. A week-long holiday in Croatia costs roughly INR 1,20,000, which includes flights, lodging, food, local transportation, and other tours and adventures.
Yes, if you are an Indian national, you will need a passport and a visa to enter Croatia. If you are an Indian official or carry a diplomatic passport, you do not need to obtain a visa to enter, travel through, or remain in Croatia for up to 30 days. It's also possible to enter the country without having an official document. If this is the case, you'll need a Croatian visa in order to do so.
At least ten days are required to fully appreciate a Croatia holiday package. In an ideal world, it would take between 7 and 10 days for a traveller to visit all of the key attractions, including the Dalmatian Islands, Split, and Dubrovnik. After visiting all of the big tourist attractions, you'll have time to explore locations like the national park and absorb the country's rich local culture.
Croatia is best visited between May and June, and then again in September and October. This is the time of year in Croatia when the weather is at its best, with warm sunshine pervading all regions.