Arrive in Zagreb and transfer to our hotel. Rest of the day is at leisure to explore this Croatian capital on foot.
After breakfast, tour of the Croatian capital to reveals a gracious city of culture and hospitality. We visit Mirogoj Park Cemetery, known for its arcades and sculpture; then continue through Old Town with a visit to St. Stephen’s Cathedral. After calling on the colorful Dolac open-air market, the remainder of the day is at leisure.
Atter breakfast, check out of the hotel and depart by coach to Opatija today stopping to explore en-route Postojna Cave, 13-mile-long karst cave system of a fairytale landscape of stalactites, cathedral-shaped rock formations and endless tunnels awaits visitors to Postojnska Jama, the largest cave system in Slovenia. Formed millions of years ago by the Pivka River, the caves span 20km, a quarter of which is open to public tours on foot and by miniature train. Then after free time here for lunch on our own, we continue on to Opatija, a charming Adriatic coastal town with great history and culture. It has many fantastic locations, impressive monuments, well-manicured parks and magnificent villas. Visit the Croatian Walk of Fame and the small Harbour Portić.
In the morning, we explore the “Opatija Riviera” Renaissance, Venetian, Gothic, ornate Secession, playful Baroque, Classicism, Alpine Baroque are Buildings of completely different styles have been erected in this popular tourist resort throughout history. Opatija has been one of the most popular destinations for sightseeing in Croatia since the 19th century when the Habsburgs turned it into one of Europe’s most popular vacation destinations where nobles and aristocrats enjoyed in moments of peace and quiet far from their courts and daily politics.
We travel south this morning for an excursion to Plitvice Lakes National Park famous for its string of 16 turquoise-colored lakes connected by a series of waterfalls and cascades, separated by distinctive travertine deposits, and surrounded by dense forests, Plitvice counts as one of UNESCO’s first natural sites and Croatia’s largest national park. Late afternoon we depart for Trogir
This morning we travel to Split, the main city of the central Dalmatian Coast and home of 3rd-century Diocletian’s Palace. As we see on our guided tour, the palace, and eventually its ruins, formed the historic heart of picturesque Split. We board a ferry for the two-hour cruise to Hvar, “queen” of the Dalmatian islands. Upon arrival we travel by coach to lively Hvar town.
With captivating natural beauty and a strategic Adriatic location, Hvar has prospered since antiquity. We discover some of its charms this morning, first with a walking tour of Venetian-tinged Hvar town then with a walking tour of nearby Stari Grad, one of Croatia’s oldest cities and where we also have time to wander on our own.
After breakfast , we check out and drive along the scenic Dalmatian coast to popular and beloved Dubrovnik . With a backdrop of rugged limestone mountains, Dubrovnik Old Town is known as one of the world's finest and most perfectly preserved medieval cities in the world. For centuries, Dubrovnik was compared with Venice as a trading port, with its huge sturdy stone walls, built between the 11th and 17th centuries. After reaching our hotel late afternoon, this evening is at leisure for us to get our first look at this medieval gem.
Today we discover the city whose ancient walls have withstood both time and tide for hundreds of years. We begin with a walking tour around the city walls, whose original ramparts and bastions date to the 12th and 13th centuries (Dubrovnik itself was founded in the 7th century). Then we continue through the Old City, paying a visit to the stately. We also see the Treasury; whose gilded shelves and historic relics sit behind locked wooden doors; and the Franciscan monastery with a 14th-century pharmacy. We return to our hotel for an afternoon at leisure or time for independent exploration.
Transfer to airport for flight to Warsaw, Poland. Arrive in Warsaw. Meeting and assistance upon arrival at the airport by our local English speaking Tour Manager. Later transfer to your hotel Intercontinental or similar category. In the afternoon enjoy your tour of Warsaw and its Old Town. Also stop by at Jewish Ghetto a monument of Warsaw uprising during World War II.
This morning, you will drive to Auswitz-the concentration camp established by German Nazis on the outskirts of the town Oswiecim in 1940. Arrive in Krakow in the evening and check in at hotel.
Tour of tour of Krakow city - former capital of Poland. The city which was totally undamaged during the World War II has been listed as UNESCO site. Your Old Town tour of Krakow will include Royal Route, Jagiellionian University-one of the oldest medieval Century University of Europe. Main Square-the biggest main square market in Europe, St. Mary’s Church. Royal Castle on Wavel Hill.
Transfer to airport for your onward journey.
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