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Wedding, Croatia, Photo by EDON-photography, Organised by Dreamtime Events-Croatia

A Celebration of Love in Croatia

A Celebration of Love in Croatia

per person

Love is always a celebration.

Wedding in Hvar, Croatia, Photo by EDON-photography, Organised by Dreamtime Events-Croatia

Wedding in Hvar, Croatia, Photo by EDON-photography, Organised by Dreamtime Events-Croatia

It doesn’t matter if you celebrate love in your twenties or fifties, or you plan your second honeymoon. Maybe you would like to practice your holidays in the manner of a honeymoon.
No matter! Love is always the brightest, the happiest, the most remembered, and the best time of your life.

Now, you have a perfect chance to experience your love in Croatia. Take your lover, your spouse, your best friend, your best man, your maid of honor, Croatia, and enjoy the perfect tour we created for you.
Let us introduce you to the incredible celebration of love in Croatia.

Love is always the brightest, the happiest, the most remembered, and the best time of your life.

From Dubrovnik and Hvar to Zadar and Rovinj

  • 3 Nights Luxury Accommodations at your hotel in Dubrovnik
  • 2 Nights Luxury Accommodation at your hotel in Hvar
  • 2 Nights Luxury Accommodation at your Hotel in Zadar
  • 3 Nights Luxury Accommodation at your hotel in Rovinj
  • 1 Nights Luxury Accommodation at Esplanade Hotel in Zagreb
  • Private 2 hours Tour of Dubrovnik with an English-Speaking Licensed Guide
  • Private half-day tour of famous wineries at Pelješac peninsula and fresh oysters tasting in Ston
  • Private Cruise to Elaphity islands
  • Private guided tour The Best of Hvar island, 5 hours
  • Private yachting tour of Blue Cave
  • Transfer from Dubrovnik Airport to Hotel
  • Transfer from Hotel in Dubrovnik to the city port for Elaphity island boat excursion
  • Transfer from Dubrovnik Hotel to Dubrovnik port
  • Transfer with the public catamaran from Dubrovnik to Hvar island
  • Transfer with the public catamaran from Hvar to Split
  • Private guided walking city tour of Split (up to two hours)
  • Transfer from Split to Zadar
  • Private guided city tour of Zadar
  • Transfer from Zadar to Plitvice
  • Private guided tour of Plitvice Lakes and entrance fee
  • Transfer from Plitvice to Rovinj
  • Private day excursion of Istria
  • Transfer from Rovinj to Zagreb
  • Private guided tour of Zagreb
  • Transfer from hotel to Zagreb airport
  • VIP Departure/Arrival Assistance
  • Breakfast Daily
  • All Hotel Taxes and Service Charges/ NO CITY TAX

PRICE UPON REQUEST

Dubrovnik, Croatia, Photo by Inera Isovic on Unsplash

Dubrovnik, Croatia, Photo by Inera Isovic on Unsplash

  • Included
    5 Star Accommodation
    Airport Transfers
    Breakfast
    Entry Fees
    historic sites
    honeymoon
    old city
    Personal Guide
    public catamaran transfers
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Dubrovnik, the most romantic Adriatic Pearl

Welcome to Croatia Your private luxury transfer will be waiting for your arrival and take you to your hotel in Dubrovnik The rest of the day leisure on your own
Dubrovnik, Croatia, Photo by Ivan Ivankovic on Unsplash

Dubrovnik, Croatia, Photo by Ivan Ivankovic on Unsplash

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Dubrovnik - day two - Dubrovnik and Ston

• Private (2 hours) walking tour of Dubrovnik with an English-Speaking Licensed Guide
The Rectors Palace, Dubrovnik, Croatia, photo by CRoatian Attractions

The Rectors Palace, Dubrovnik, Croatia, photo by Croatian Attractions

• Private half-day excursion of famous wineries at Pelješac peninsula and fresh oysters tasting in Ston
Oyster tasting in Ston, Croatia, photo by Croatian Attractions

Oyster tasting in Ston, Croatia, photo by Croatian Attractions

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Dubrovnik - Day three

• Private Cruise to Elaphiti islands
Šipan, Elaphiti islands, Croatia, photo by K2 & Croatian Attractions

Šipan, Elaphiti islands, Croatia, photo by K2 & Croatian Attractions

Explore The Elaphite Islands, a group of 4 islands (Lokrum, Lopud, Koločep, and Šipan) on just a half an hour drive from Dubrovnik. Small islands with sandy beaches and beautiful nature of Mediteran as it once was. The most popular Lopud is known for its sandy beach where you can take time for swimming and snorkeling. On Koločep island you can swim to the Blue Cave, the natural attraction of this island. Island Šipan offers an old port and castle. On your tour, you can taste fresh food from the sea in cozy waterfront restaurants.
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Hvar - day four

We begin the tour with a drive along the old road which connects Hvar and Stari Grad. After a pleasant drive through the green inland of the island we arrive to Stari Grad, one of the oldest settlements on our coast. It was founded by the Greeks already in the 4th century BC and named Pharos. After a short walk through the stone streets, we visit the Dominican Monastery and Hektorovic’s castle. After visiting Stari Grad we continue through the well-known vineyards in UNESCO protected Hora before reaching the small town of Vrboska where we will visit the church of St.Lawrence with one of the finest collections of Renaissance art on the island. Driving by the sea we continue towards Jelsa, a charming little town on the northern part of the island founded in the 14th century. On our way back to Hvar town we will drive through the charming villages built in the traditional style in the island’s interior.
Hvar, Croatia, photo by Croatian Attractions

Hvar, Croatia, photo by Croatian Attractions

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Day five -Private yachting tour of Blue Cave

Blue Cave, Biševo, Croatia, Boytronic Photography

Blue Cave, Biševo, Croatia, Boytronic Photography

Known for its many caves, the best known of which is the famous Blue Cave on Biševo island located in the Baluni cove. The cave is accessible only by a small rowboat. Local fishermen have known about the Blue Cave for generations, but Baron Eugen Rausoonet brought it to the world’s attention in 1884. Its unique light effects of overflowing blue and silver nuances enchant visitors. When the sea is calm and the day is sunny, reflected sunbeams pass through the underwater entrance and illuminate the cave in a fascinating shade of blue, whereas submerged objects acquire a silverish glow when observed from the surface. After that, we continue for Komiža, known for its rich cultural, historical, and fishing tradition, the traditional fishing boat the gajeta falkuša, occupies a special place in the hearts of the local community. There is a falkuša on display in the Komiža Fishing Museum. The museum is located in the so-called Commune, a Renaissance tower dating back to the 16th century. Komiža is also known for its fine restaurants, where if you like, we can organize a dinner, or you can discover one of your own. On the way back we will stop in Palmizana bay on Pakleni islands. On the way, we suggest a local restaurant for lunch.
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Day six - a private city tour of Split

Your driver will pick you up in the port and take care of your luggage, and wait for you while you on the city walking tour. Classical sightseeing tour starting at Waterfront promenade, through the cellars of the Diocletian’s Palace, Perystile, Vestibul, Southern portico, Cathedral of St. Domnius, Golden Gate, Northern Palace wall, Piazza, National Theatre, Marmont street, Fish market, Republic square, Riva (Waterfront promenade). Classical sightseeing tour starting at Waterfront promenade, through the cellars of the Diocletian’s Palace, Perystile, Vestibul, Southern portico, Cathedral of St. Doimus, Golden Gate, Northern Palace wall, Piazza, National Theatre, Marmont street, Fish market, Republic square, Riva (Waterfront promenade). After the city tour, your driver will drive you to Zadar at your hotel.    
Croatian-attractions-Split-Diocletian-palace

Croatian-attractions-Split-Diocletian-palace

 
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Day 7 -Zadar

In the morning you have time on your own; either the beach or amazing SPA. In the afternoon your driver will pick you and take you to Zadar for your city tour. While visiting the city of Zadar, the ancient Forum, the symbol of the city is the Church of St. Donat, St. Anastasia, monuments, and palaces where you can learn all about the rich history of this beautiful old town. Tour of the Land Gate and city walls, Square of Five Wells, People’s Square, and of course the Sea Organ and Greeting to the Sun. Walk along the waterfront followed by sounds of the Sea Organ that will make your experience complete. Your guide will recommend you museums, restaurants, and bars…
St. Donatus, Zadar, Croatia, photo by Mladen Radolović Mrlja, photo credit by TB of city of Zadar

St. Donatus, Zadar, Croatia, photo by Mladen Radolović Mrlja, photo credit by TB of city of Zadar

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Day 8 -National Park Plitvice Lakes

After check out your driver will take you to Plitvice Lakes, national park.
Sastavci, Plitvice lakes, Croatia Photo credit by NP Plitvice lakes

Sastavci, Plitvice lakes, Croatia Photo credit by NP Plitvice lakes

After the Park visit, you continue to your hotel at the most romantic town in Croatia, Rovinj.
Monte Mulini hotel, Maistra, Rovinj, Croatia, photo credit by Maistra

Monte Mulini hotel, Maistra, Rovinj, Croatia, photo credit by Maistra

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Day 9 -Magic land of Istria

This excursion gives you the unique possibility of knowing the Istrian peninsula in all its various forms. Pula – the largest town of the Istrian peninsula with a long history of more than 3,000 years. Its numerous monuments built in the Roman Empire like the Triumphal Arch of the Sergi or the Golden gate, the Twin gates, the Roman Forum, the Temple of Augustus, and surely the most popular one – the Arena – bearing the title of the best-preserved amphitheater in the world! Rovinj – the most romantic place on the Mediterranean will fascinate you with its narrow streets and charming houses which seem to emerge from the sea.
Amphitheatre in Pula, Arena, Istria, Croatia, photo by Matko M. Švarc

Amphitheatre in Pula, Arena, Istria, Croatia, photo by Matko M. Švarc

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Day 10 -Zagreb, the capital of Croatia

After check out in Rovinj, your driver takes you to Zagreb to your hotel and in the afternoon you'll have a private city tour. In Zagreb, you can’t miss The Cathedral built in neo-Gothic style and one of the most valuable monuments of Croatian cultural heritage,
National Theatre, Zagreb, Photo by M. Švarc

National Theatre, Zagreb, Photo by M. Švarc

Church of St. Mark with its famous roof, Lotrščak tower, Strossmayer promenade, and a lot of narrow streets with a lot of terraces and souvenir shops, Bloody Bridge a small street which connects Tkalčićeva street and Radićeva street (The first Croatian journalist Marija Jurić Zagorka wrote a famous novel “Secret of the Bloody Bridge” which contributed to the spread of legend and recognition of the place) and The King Tomislav Square with it’s neo-Classical and Secessionist buildings and palaces, and Ban Jelačić square as the main square, Dolac the biggest market, and The Croatian National Theatre, Ilica street, the main and the longest street in Zagreb, full of shops.
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Day 11 -Zagreb, departure

It's time to say goodby till the next time. After check out your driver will take you to Zagreb international airport.
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