Croatia and Serbia Tour

Croatia and Serbia Tour

Witness some of the most incredible natural and man-made attractions in two of the Balkans’ largest and best-known countries: Croatia and Serbia.

HvarWith Serbia’s green and hilly beauty and magnificent, historic cities set alongside some of the jaw-dropping views and experiences to be had on Croatia’s Adriatic coast, this trip has a little something for everyone.

Traveling in comfort with Balkan Tales means you’ll be following your own custom itinerary too…

Tour highlights
A city tour of stunning Belgrade, Novi Sad and the Petrovaradin Fortress, a city tour of the Croatian capital Zagreb, Opatija, Rovinj and Pula Arena (the ancient Roman amphitheater), Plitvice Lakes and national park and city tours of beautiful coastal Zadar, Split and Dubrovnik.

What your tour includes

  • Local knowledge – your private guide or driver will make sure your trip is smooth and entertaining
  • A unique personal experience – we will customize your tour to include airport pick-ups, extra stops, free days – whatever you want to create your ideal tour experience.
  • All-inclusive quotes – fuel, transportation, your guide’s expenses and accommodation, entrance tickets – this all will be included in your free, no-obligation quote.
  • Your private tour – ideal for a small group up to 7 people.
  • Comfortable private travel – relax in the spacious interior of one of our air-conditioned minivans as you witness the Balkans roll past outside the windows.

7-Day Croatia and Serbia Itinerary

Day 1

Belgrade Serbia→ Arrive in Belgrade

→ City tour of Belgrade and free time
Visit the Belgrade fortress “Kalemegdan” (Enduring fortress built in 535 BCE) with a view to Sava and Danube rivers; The Pobednik Monument (Monument inside the Belgrade fortress); Church of the Holy mother of God / Crkva Ruzica (Serbian Orthodox church located inside the Belgrade fortress); The “Knez Mihaylova” pedestrian street; St. Sava cathedral (The biggest Orthodox cathedral in the Balkans ); The House of Flowers (Josip Broz Tito mausoleum); History museum of Yugoslavia; The Republic square, The National Assembly, The bombed buildings.

During your free time you can take a walk around the Belgrade waterfront or enter some of the museums in Belgrade: Nikola Tesla Museum; The History museum of Serbia; etc.

Overnight in Belgrade

Day 2

See and photograph the Novi Sad's mix of architecture→ Transfer to Novi Sad
Visit the old town and the Petrovaradin fortress

→ Transfer to Zagreb, Croatia

→ Free time in Zagreb

Day 3

Visiting and climbing the The Lotrscak Tower→ City tour and free time in Zagreb, Croatia
Visit the Old Town; The Zagreb Cathedral; St. Mark’s church (Monumental, medieval-style, Serbian Orthodox church); Dolac Market (Large market with many stands offering flowers, fruits, veggies & meats in an indoor/outdoor setup); The Lotrscak Tower; The Medieval Stone Gate; The Lenucijeva Potkova. Ban Josip Jelačić Square (The central square of Zagreb)

→ Transfer to Opatija at the afternoon

→ City tour and free time

Overnight in Opatija

Day 4

Seeing the amazing Rovinj acrhitecture and downtown→ Day tour to Pula and Rovinj
Visit the Pula Arena, The Arch of Sergii and the city center

→ Transfer back to Opatija

Overnight in Opatija

Day 5

Taking photographs of Plitvice lakes→ Transfer to the Plitvice lakes
Explore the national park

→ Transfer to Zadar
Free time in Zadar

Overnight in Zadar

Day 6

→ Transfer to Split, Croatia

Walkin at harbour aria in Trogir→ Visit Sibenik and Trogir on the way

→ City tour of Split and free time
Visit the old town, The Diocletian Palace; The Cathedral of Saint Domnius (Built in 4th century AD); The Riva (The central part of Split); The Old Jupiter’s Temple (build in 3rd century AD); The “Let me pass” street; The Golden Gate (4th-century Roman stone entryway to Diocletian’s Palace, with arches & ornate statues);

Overnight in Split

Day 7

Explore and enjoy the urabinistic style of Dubrovnik→ Transfer to Dubrovnik

→ City tour and free time
Visit the Old town, the Ancient city walls, the Dubrovnik “Saint Saviour” church (16th century church with Renaissance architecture); the Dubrovnik cathedral (Early 18th-century baroque cathedral); The Onofrije’s fountain, The Franciscan Monastery (Landmark monastery built in the 1300s, noted for its cloister, library & historic pharmacy displays); the Gates of Pile; the Old port; the Clock tower, the Sponza Palace, the Rector’s Palace; the Fort Saint John; the Stradun (The main walking street in Dubrovnik old town);

Overnight in Dubrovnik

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