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Croatian Coastal Experience - Self-Drive
FH-FTM-385827
10 days from
£1,199
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Explore the Croatian coast independently on this 10 night self-drive holiday.
Trip Highlights

 

Dubrovnik's preserved Old Town and pretty harbour

Pula's 3000 year history

Zagreb with its green parks, fantastic cuisine and picturesque open-air markets

What's included
  • Return Flights from London
  • 10 nights 4* Hotel accommodation
  • Car Hire for the duration of your holiday
Itinerary
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Day 1
Dubrovnik

The well-preserved Croatian walled city of Dubrovnik faces out towards the glistening Adriatic Sea and has held UNESCO World Heritage status since 1979. As you walk through the gates, you will be greeted by a series of glistening cobblestones, which have been smoothed down by pedestrians over time. Climbing and walking along the surrounding walls will provide an unparalleled insight into the architecture and history of this intriguing city.

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Day 2
Split

Located in the Dalmatia region of Croatia is the city of Split, which was originally built around the Diocietian palace where locals once sought refuge. This Roman palace still remains in the city and is today a UNESCO World Heritage site. As you wander the streets of the palace, you will begin to realise that the ancient part of the city extends far outside the palace, with many gothic and renaissance buildings in the vicinity. Other historic buildings within the city include St. Duje’s Cathedral – which was built around 305 AD – Peristil Square, Jupiter’s Temple, and two original Egyptian sphinxes.

Overnight in Split.

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Day 3
Split

Located in the Dalmatia region of Croatia is the city of Split, which was originally built around the Diocietian palace where locals once sought refuge. This Roman palace still remains in the city and is today a UNESCO World Heritage site. As you wander the streets of the palace, you will begin to realise that the ancient part of the city extends far outside the palace, with many gothic and renaissance buildings in the vicinity. Other historic buildings within the city include St. Duje’s Cathedral – which was built around 305 AD – Peristil Square, Jupiter’s Temple, and two original Egyptian sphinxes.

Spend a second night in Split.

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Day 4
Zadar

Situated in the north Croatian region of Dalmatia is the city of Zadar, which is home to a plethora of old-style architecture that is synonymous with the region. A visit to the Old Town offers the best way to see much of this architecture, with 34 churches, a Roman Forum, a cathedral and the University of Zadar – which was established in 1396 and is one of the oldest universities in Europe.

Spend the night in Zadar.

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Day 5
Pula

Pula is situated on the southernmost tip of the Istria Peninsula and is famed for it's ancient roman amphitheatre, the Pula Arena and a wide range of other buildings too.  The Pula Arena is thought to be one of the best preserved roman amphitheatres in the world today and still plays host to regular concerts.  This beautiful city rewards you with stunning sea views and excellent wines.

Overnight in Pula.

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Day 6
Pula

Pula is situated on the southernmost tip of the Istria Peninsula and is famed for it's ancient roman amphitheatre, the Pula Arena and a wide range of other buildings too.  The Pula Arena is thought to be one of the best preserved roman amphitheatres in the world today and still plays host to regular concerts.  This beautiful city rewards you with stunning sea views and excellent wines.

Spend a second night in Pula

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Day 7
Zagreb

Croatia's stunning capital, Zagreb is home to stunning architecture, the most famous being the twin-spired gothic cathedral.  This buzzing city is home to bustling shopiing areas, fascinating museums and vibrant pavement cafe's and parks.

Zagreb overnight.

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Day 8
Zagreb

Croatia's stunning capital, Zagreb is home to stunning architecture, the most famous being the twin-spired gothic cathedral.  This buzzing city is home to bustling shopiing areas, fascinating museums and vibrant pavement cafe's and parks.

Second night in Zagreb.

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Day 9
Omiš

The harbour town of Omiš lies in the Dalmatia region of Croatia and is close to the city of Split. Lying on the mouth of the river Cetina and surrounded by stunning gorges Omis has an infamous history as a pirate town. Whilst the pirates are no longer in existence the evidence of this history is clear in the Omis Fortress and city walls.

Overnight in Omiš.

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Day 10
Dubrovnik

Overnight in Dubrovnik before flying home the following day

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