Walking in the national parks

Your journey begins with the discovery of Zagreb, one of central Europe’s historic cities and ends in the city Split, a magnificent Mediterranean city, built around the Diocletian’s Palace – one of best preserved Roman architecture monuments in the world. Between these two destinations we’ve planned some gorgeous walks through Croatia’s national parks : spectacular waterfalls and dreamy lakes, the beautiful mountains of Croatia, walks through impressive canyons and along rivers and waterfalls… You will also have the chance to visit some lovely coastal towns like Zadar, Šibenik and Trogir.

DAY 1 – Arrival to Zagreb

ZagrebArrival to Zagreb airport. Departure by rental car to Zagreb. Settling in and overnight.

 DAY 2 – Zagreb

Zagreb 2Zagreb is the capital of the Republic of Croatia and one of Europe’s  historical citys. Discover the Baroque atmosphere of its old town, picturesque open-air markets, the variety of shops, the rich artisan productions and delicious traditional cuisine. Zagreb is known as a „green city“ , with its parks and walking trails, as well as the possibility for numerous excursions around the city. Departure to Plitvice in the afternoon.

DAY 3 – Plitvice National Park

P1060044The Plitvice Lakes National Park is the most visited among the eight national parks in Croatia. Set in deep woodland, 16 crystal-blue lakes descend for more than 8 km and form countless spectacular waterfalls. Enjoy breathtaking scenery while walking along the numerous promenades through the woods in Croatia’s biggest National Park. UNECO World Heritage status was granted  in 1979, among the first in the world.

DAY 4 – Northern Velebit National Park

j4 VelebitNorthern Velebit National Park is classified by UNESCO as a Biosphere Reserve. The park is situated on the northern part of the Velebit mountain range and stretches twice the size of its neighbouring Park Paklenica to the south of it.

DAY 5 – Paklenica National Park and Zadar

P1050933 (1)Where the sea touches the mountains, you will find the National Park Paklenica and its plethora of natural phenomena. Paklenica is known for its two impressive canyons, its numerous calcareous forms, caves and rich flora and fauna.

Zadar is a city of ancient origins with the largest excavated Roman forum on the eastern part of the Adriatic and its beautiful Romanesque churches.

DAY 6 – Krka National Park and Šibenik

P1050844Krka river is a karst phenomenon which shows us what is nature capable of doing to find its way to the sea. Krka National Park is a spacious area of outstanding natural value.
Šibenik – Visit the majestic Cathedral of Saint Jacob, a peerless monument of sacred architecture in Europe under UNESCO’s protection. Enjoy also numerous churches, monasteries, palaces and four fortresses.

DAY 7 – Trogir/Split

Split 23 juinTrogir, a small and harmonious city. Set within medieval walls, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is a true treasure for lovers of art, with its Renaissance and Baroque buildings and small churches.
SPLIT (UNESCO) – enjoy the promenade in this amazing city. After seeing a peristyle worthy of the Caesars, the Mausoleum of a Roman emperor and the sphinx imported from Egypt, drink your coffee in an ancient temple …

DAY 8 – Departure

Return of the rental car to the Split airport. Departure from the Split airport.


Price per person/flight not included 2020
Based on 2 persons Based on 3 persons Based on 4 persons Based on 5 persons
PRICE low season 591 561 570 557
PRICE high season 711 675 647 628

Included in price

• Hotel accommodation*** in Zagreb – double room/private bathroom/ breakfast included – 1 night
• Private accommodation*** in Plitvice region – double room/private bathroom – 2 nights
• Private accommodation*** in Northern Velebit region – double room/private bathroom – 1 night
• Private accommodation*** in Zadar region – double room/private bathroom – 1 night
• Private accommodation*** Šibenik region – double room/private bathroom – 1 night
• Private accommodation*** in Split – double room/private bathroom – 1 night
• Rental of B category car – basic insurance and one way rental included
• Detailed documentation

Not included in price

• Plane ticket
• Gas (rental car)
• Meals that are not mentioned
• Entrance fees for National Parks and museums

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