Updated: 19. January 2021.
Split Private Multi-day Tour from Zagreb is good match for travelers, who plan to explore majority of Croatia in a week or longer. Especially, if your entry point is Croatia’s capital – Zagreb. Then move south to coastline, visiting Plitvice Lakes NP on the way.
Split city is a great place to stay few days and explore middle-Dalmatian region. Downtown Split hosts late Roman Emperor Diocletian’s ‘retirement home’ – The Palace. Such places are usually in ruins, and you pay ticket to visit. Here people live inside the palace – 1.700 years! No tickets:-)
Also, Split is ‘jump point’ to islands – Šolta, Brač, Hvar, Vis, Korčula. Join us for Hvar island day trip, and enjoy fisherman’s boat trip and more.
We hand-picked interesting locations to visit, so you can get the picture of Croatian Adriatic coast, small towns, vineyards, islands – and beyond. Last, but not least, you’ll meet locals. Also, we would taste local food &wine, because they are great storyteller, too.
– leaving Zagreb 8:00am (hotel pick-up) / vehicle: private car or mini-van
– during our drive to Split, short stop in Rastoke watermill village (coffee, sightseeing), Plitvice lakes NP visit, arrival in Split around 6-7:00pm
– Split city walking tour
– Day trip to Primošten town and Trogir town, sightseeing, coffee break, vineyards visit
– Day trip to Hvar island, fisherman boat trip to Pakleni archipelago, Stari Grad town visit
Included: transportation (car or mini-van), driving/guiding, Rastoke watermill village visit, Plitvice Lakes NP visit, Split city walking tour, Primošten & Trogir day trip, Hvar island day trip | For detailed inclusions/exclusions check→ Tour details
Note: this tour starts from Zagreb, or we can meet you in Split. Please, state start/end point in Booking Form (below). Also, if you like snorkeling or cycling, it can be organized during Hvar island day trip (Day 4), just add that info in Booking Form (Comment box).
If you plan to travel Split to Dubrovnik, we can transfer you by car/mini-van (scenic drive along the coastline). Along the way we would stop in Drvenik town (coffee break), and in Ston town for short sightseeing.
Stone town is known for its medieval walls, salt works and seafood restaurants (fresh fish and oysters).
Price: 330 EUR for 2-3 people / 400 EUR for 4-7 people | Included: transportation (scenic drive), Drvenik town (coffee), Ston town visit | Not included: lunch in fish restaurant