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Things To Do In Croatia

It is indeed a difficult task to choose the best things to do in a country like Croatia. It allows the best possible options which will surely make your trip memorable. Just get a time to explore it with our Croatia holiday packages.

Explore the Roman and Venetian ruins of Zadar's peninsula Old Town on a guided walking tour. See Zadar Cathedral from the outside, listen to the wavey music of the Sea Organ, and take in serene views.

Explore the Zadar old town

Enjoy the view of the Zadar archipelago

Learn more about this 3000-year-old Mediterranean gem

From supplier: this walking tour includes only the visit of the Cathedral of St. Anastasia from the outside.


The entrance fee for the cathedral is not included.


The tour starts from the waterfront (the Greeting to The Sun monument is the meeting point for this walking tour). Right next to the Greeting to the Sun monument is another popular city attraction - The Sea Organ, an urban installation which produces music by the help of sea waves. Then, the customers strolls along the waterfront and reach the area of the roman Forum. Forum was the main city square during the Roman times. There, they will also see the Church of St. Donatus dating from the 9th cent. After that, they come to the Cathedral of St. Anastasia. Once they visit the Cathedral, they continue walking down the famous Kalelarga Street - a popular city promenade, the main street in the Old Town. This street leads them to the People's Square (the main city square today) and they finally reach the Five Wells Square in the eastern part of the Old Town, which marks the end of this walking tour.


Find yourself in the heart of this magnificent Old Town of Zadar. A walking tour includes a visit to the Cathedral of St. Anastasia, the finest example of Romanesque architecture in Zadar which has a notable W front of 1324. It is dedicated to St. Anastasia, whose stone sarchophagus is in the apse to the left of the high altar. Further on your way you will pass close to the Church of St. Donatus which is believed to have been built by the Bishop Donatus on Roman foundations in the beginning of the 9th century. This is most monumental church on the East side of the Adriatic, it is circular in plan, with three naves. To the eastern of the Forum we come to the 16th c. St. Mary church with a romanesque bell-tower built at the beginning of the 12th c. by the Hungarian – Croatian king Koloman.

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Situated in the Region of Lika, in the part of Croatia that is due to its exceptional natural beauties used to be called Devil`s Garden, Plitvice Lakes are truly a small piece of Heaven on Earth. Many times proclaimed as one of the most beautiful places in the world, 16 lakes and their waterfalls are among most visited and popular sights of Croatia. National Park is inhabited by many protected plant and animal species so all the visitors are kindly asked to respect the rules concerning the ecology, flora and fauna. Plitvice Lakes are also Croatian oldest National Park and only Croatian natural sight in the UNESCO`s World Heritage Register. Lakes are divided into the Upper and Lower Lakes. Their characteristic is water saturation with dissolved calcium carbonate that in combination with the force of water dispersion creates travertine.

Visit central Croatia’s UNSECO-listed Plitvice Lakes National Park on this 9-hour tour from Zadar, including round-trip transport. Walk the beautiful paths through the park’s forest, and take a boat over the Lake Kozjak. Along your way, see some of the 16 terraced lakes of the park, waterfalls, and a limestone canyon. Plus, take an electric train to the exit of the part and take in stunning views as you go. Enjoy a day in Croatia's beautiful Plitvice Lakes National Park Includes entry to Veliki Slap, Lower Lakes, and Plitvice Lakes National Park Cruise over Lake Kosjak on a boat Round-trip transportation from 3 pickup points in Zadar

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Spend a day on the water cruising in a speed boat and visiting the local highlights. Visit the Blue Cave on the island of Biševo, swim at the pebble beach in Stiniva Cove, and try authentic Dalmatian cuisine on the island of Budikovac.


Meet the group near Riva promenade and board a speedboat for an adventure. Ride 1 hour and 15 minutes to the Blue Cave on the island of Biševo. The early morning is perfect for spotting groups of dolphins.

Once near Biševo, the boat will anchor 200 meters from the Blue Cave. Entry tickets allow access to the swimming area and a chance to explore the Blue Cave in a small boat. Marvel at the flickering blue lights and glowing water. Before leaving, grab a drink at a local café. 

Next, visit Stiniva Cove, located in the southern part of Vis – the furthest inhabited island in Croatia. Known for its high limestone cliffs and pebble beach, Stiniva is the perfect place to swim and snorkel. Admire the clear turquoise sea, ranging from 10-15 meters. 

Continue to Budikovac, a small and almost uninhabited island. Meet its only permanent resident, Mr. Andro, an ex-ship captain who runs a small restaurant on the island that serves the best traditional Dalmatian cuisine. Savor local produce fresh from his vegetable fields and visit the donkeys and chickens on the farm. 

Admire Mr. Andro's Dalmatian-style stone house and take a break to check out the island. Then, it’s time to head to the Pakleni Islands where you can delve further into the local food by choosing from several restaurants overlooking the sea. Have a cocktail at a beach bar and relax on the sandy beach.
Your next stop, Hvar Island, is just 15 away. Once in the port town, walk the old-town streets and pass by souvenir shops. Visit historical sites such as the Arsenal, one of the oldest theaters in Europe, St. Stephen's Cathedral, Franciscan Monastery, and the Bishop’s Palace.
To catch some panoramic views of Hvar and the Pakleni islands, you can go up to the Spanjola fortress. After a tour of Hvar, begin the return journey to Split.
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If you are visiting Dubrovnik for the first time or hundredth, the sense of awe will never fade when you set your eyes on the beauty of the old town. Dubrovnik located in the extreme south of Croatia is known as the Pearl of the Adriatic. A rich and powerful city state suffered structural damages during the siege of 1991 and 1992 by the hands of the Yugoslav people's army .Dubrovnik’s history is perfectly preserved, and full of wonderful Renaissance, Lovrijenac Fortress, and Baroque palaces, churches, and Franciscan Monastery. In Dubrovnik the most trendy attraction is the pedestrian-only old town and surrounding city walls.
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Adriatic Sea offers all the adventure seekers with the best snorkelling and scuba diving experiences. While snorkelling you can also come across many dolphins which would make your experience a different beauty altogether. You are not going to find any sharks or other dangerous creatures whiles snorkelling or scuba diving.
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Escape the crowd and head for a wine tour to some of the most beautiful vineyards of Croatia such as PrimorskaHrvatska and KontinentalnaHrvatska. Spend a couple of days wandering in these vineyards and get a chance to taste the finest selection of rare Croatian wines.

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Since there is no shortage of beaches in Croatia, most of them being rocky, sandy and with clear waters; it would not be an exaggeration to say that swimming inside a hidden cove is one of the beautiful experiences on your Croatia Tour. 
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Hop onto a yacht only to jump off from it into the Adriatic Sea which would be quite an adventure you would not like to miss out on. Set out on a yacht journey amidst one of the most beautiful journey you would ever be on.
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Dubrovnik City Walls are a series of defensive stone walls that surround the Dubrovnik. The walk along the historic walls of this old city is surely going to be a major highlight. These walls which are 2kms long take an approximate time of 2 hours to cover the entire circle.
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Packages & Recommendations

Tour Name
Trip Type
Month/Validity
Included Cities
Price Per Adult
Charming Croatia
7 Nights / 8 Days
Trip Type
Free & Easy – SIC Tour
Flight Not Included
Month/Validity
  • Jan
  • Feb
  • Mar
  • Apr
  • May
  • Jun
  • Jul
  • Aug
  • Sep
Included Cities
Dubrovnik (1N), Split (2N), Zadar (2N), Zagreb (2N)
... Dubrovnik (1N), Split (2N), Zadar (2N), Zagreb (2N)
Price Per Adult
₹ 1,00,090
Onwards
Charismatic Croatia By Van
8 Nights / 9 Days
Trip Type
Private Van Tour
Flight Not Included
Month/Validity
  • Jan
  • Feb
  • Mar
  • Apr
  • May
  • Jun
  • Jul
  • Aug
  • Sep
Included Cities
Dubrovnik (2N), Split (2N), Zadar (2N), Zagreb (2N)
... Dubrovnik (2N), Split (2N), Zadar (2N), Zagreb (2N)
Price Per Adult
₹ 1,56,320
Onwards
Charismatic Croatia on SIC
8 Nights / 9 Days
Trip Type
Europe By Rail,Free & Easy – SIC Tour
Flight Not Included
Month/Validity
  • Jan
  • Feb
  • Mar
  • Apr
  • May
  • Jun
  • Jul
  • Aug
  • Sep
Included Cities
Dubrovnik (2N), Split (2N), Zadar (2N), Zagreb (2N)
... Dubrovnik (2N), Split (2N), Zadar (2N), Zagreb (2N)
Price Per Adult
₹ 1,14,570
Onwards
Trip Type
Self Drive Tour
Flight Not Included
Month/Validity
  • Jan
  • Feb
  • Mar
Included Cities
Dubrovnik (2N), Split (2N), Zadar (2N), Zagreb (2N)
... Dubrovnik (2N), Split (2N), Zadar (2N), Zagreb (2N)
Price Per Adult
₹ 1,45,530
Onwards
Trip Type
Free & Easy – SIC Tour
Flight Not Included
Month/Validity
  • Jan
  • Feb
  • Mar
  • Apr
  • May
  • Jun
  • Jul
  • Aug
  • Sep
Included Cities
Prague (2N), Vienna (2N), Budapest (2N), Zagreb (2N), Zadar (2N), Split (2N), Dubrovnik (
... Prague (2N), Vienna (2N), Budapest (2N), Zagreb (2N), Zadar (2N), Split (2N), Dubrovnik (2N)
Price Per Adult
₹ 1,47,110
Onwards

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