Discover the breathtaking beauty of the Adriatic with our “Mosaic of the Adriatic” tour. Embark on a 10-day journey through captivating destinations including Ljubljana, Zagreb, Opatija, Zadar, Split, and Dubrovnik. Immerse yourself in the rich history, stunning landscapes, and vibrant cultures of these coastal gems. From charming towns to ancient ruins, this unforgettable adventure promises 9 nights of awe-inspiring experiences along the Adriatic coast. Book now and create memories to last a lifetime.


10 days | 9 nights

Day 1: Ljubljana, Slovenia

Arrive in Ljubljana and transfer from the airport to the hotel. Enjoy dinner and overnight stay in Ljubljana.

Day 2: Ljubljana – Bled (140 km)

After breakfast, take a city tour of Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia. Walk along the river Ljubljanica, visit the Three Bridges, the baroque City Hall, and the 13th-century Ljubljana Castle (no entry). Continue the journey to Bled, a charming resort town located by the lakeshore, at the foot of the Julian Alps.

Upon arrival, have lunch at a local restaurant and then go on a sightseeing tour of the fairy-tale castle in Bled and the medieval city perched on a high cliff 100m above the lake. Take a ride on a traditional boat called “Pletna” to the small island in the middle of the lake, which is home to the Church of St. Mary of the Lake dating back to the 17th century.

Enjoy dinner and overnight stay in Ljubljana.

Day 3: Ljubljana – Postojna – Opatija, Croatia (140 km)

Depart for Postojna to visit the world-famous Postojna Cave, the largest and most visited cave in Europe known for its stunning stalactites and stalagmites. Take a ride on a miniature electric train through the fantastic subterranean world. Continue the journey to Opatija, one of the most renowned tourist resorts in the Mediterranean. Opatija was a favorite resting place for the European aristocracy in the last century and was often referred to as “the Croatian Nice.”

Arrive at the hotel and have dinner and overnight stay.

Day 4: Opatija – Pula – Rovinj – Porec – Opatija (260 km)

Leave for the western coast of Istria and visit the city of Porec. The highlight of the town is the Euphrasius’ Basilica, a complex of buildings including the atrium, the baptistery, the bishop’s palace, and the three-nave basilica.

Drive along the Lim Bay to Rovinj, known as “the pearl of the Istrian west coast.” Take a walk through the stone-paved streets up to St. Euphemia’s Cathedral, the symbol of the city. According to legend, the marble sarcophagus of St. Euphemia arrived in Rovinj in the 9th century.

Continue to Pula, the oldest town on the eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea. Visit the famous amphitheater (Arena) as part of the sightseeing tour of the old town.

Have dinner and overnight stay in Opatija.

Day 5: Opatija – Zadar (310 km)

After breakfast, head towards Zadar. Upon arrival, take a sightseeing tour of Zadar, including the impressive Cathedral of St. Anastasia, considered the most impressive basilica in Dalmatia, the church of Saint Donat, and the ruins of the Roman Forum.

Have dinner and overnight stay in Zadar.

Day 6: Zadar – Sibenik – Trogir – Split (160 km)

After breakfast, depart for Sibenik and take a short sightseeing tour of the oldest Croatian and Slavic city on the Adriatic, including a visit to the famous Cathedral of St. James.

Continue to Trogir, whose historical center is listed on UNESCO’s World Cultural Heritage List. After a short city tour, proceed to Split. Take a sightseeing tour of Split, famous for Diocletian’s Palace, the most important and best-preserved Roman building in Croatia. The tour includes Diocletian’s Palace (also listed on UNESCO’s World Cultural Heritage List) with its Peristyle, Cellars, the Temple of Jupiter, and the Cathedral of St. Domnius.

Have dinner and overnight stay in Split.

Day 7: Split – Stari grad – Hvar – Split (50 km)

After breakfast, take a ferry from Split to the island of Hvar (Stari Grad harbor). Explore the town of Hvar with its grand palaces, churches, monastery, cathedral, charming narrow streets, beautiful seaside promenade, and the oldest urban theater in Europe. Hvar has been a famous tourist resort for a whole century. Return to Split by afternoon ferry.

Have dinner and overnight stay in Split.

Day 8: Split – Makarska Riviera – Dubrovnik (240 km)

After breakfast, proceed south along the Makarska Riviera and Neretva Valley towards Dubrovnik, one of the most beautiful stone cities in the world. Dubrovnik’s walls enclose a perfectly preserved complex of public and private buildings, representing all periods of the city’s history since its founding in the 7th century. Notable landmarks include the city’s main street, Stradun, the Rector’s Palace, the church of St. Vlaho, the Cathedral, three large monasteries, and the City Hall.

Have dinner and overnight stay in Dubrovnik.

Day 9: Dubrovnik – Korcula – Dubrovnik (300 km)

After breakfast, take a ferry to Korcula. Explore the town of Korcula with its well-preserved town walls from the 13th century and the beautiful cathedral of St. Mark, the most important building in Korcula.

Transfer by ferry to the town of Orebic and proceed south along the Peljesac Peninsula towards Dubrovnik. The sunny climate ensures perfect conditions for wine-growing on the peninsula. The picturesque hillsides and valleys of Peljesac are covered in vineyards. Drive to Ston, a well-known oyster-growing capital in Croatia.

Have dinner and overnight stay in Dubrovnik.

Day 10: Dubrovnik

Enjoy breakfast and free time until the transfer to Dubrovnik airport for the return flight home.

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