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Highlights of Croatia
Best time to go: April to October
6 Nights | from £1,050pp
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- Spend three nights in Split, taking a guided tour of its historic Old Town and enjoying its café culture
- Spend three nights in Dubrovnik, exploring the cobbled streets of its medieval Old Town to absorb its history and ambience
- Stay at the Hotel Excelsior, one of the Mediterranean's finest hotels which is housed in a former 1913 royal villa
Day 1 UK / Split
On arrival in Split you will be met by a member of the A&K team and driven along the stunning coastline to your hotel, Le Meridien Lav.
Le Meridien Lav
Days 2 - 3 Split
Enjoy a morning walking tour with our expert guide, starting with an exploration of the Palace of the Emperor Diocletian which lies at the heart of Split. See Peristil Square where the Emperor made his speeches as well as the mausoleum of the Roman Emperor which been transformed into a Catholic church and explore the Old Town with its many interesting sights. At the end of the city tour you will also see Riva, a coastal walk with palm trees where you can relax in the sun and enjoy a beautiful view of the port and close-by islands. The next day is yours to spend as you please;we recommend a well-deserved spa treatment -the perfect tonic after yesterday's busy day of sightseeing, before heading to the beach to catch some rays.
Le Meridien Lav | Meals: Breakfast
Day 4 Split / Dubrovnik
Today you’ll head south towards Dubrovnik where your home for the next three nights is the Hotel Excelsior, ideally located just a short stroll away from the Old Town.
Hotel Excelsior Dubrovnik | Meals: Breakfast
Days 5 - 6 Dubrovnik
Start the day with the short walk to the gates of the Old Town, proclaimed a city museum by UNESCO. The old city is surrounded by a circuit of city walls; over a mile in length, and with a tower in each corner, they are a masterpiece of medieval and renaissance architecture. You will also stroll along the centuries-old main city promenade called Stradun; at one end of this street you will visit 14th century Franciscan Monastery whose cloister ranks among the most inspiring sites of the city. At the other end, see the church of St. Blaise and the Sponza Palace, and the Rector's Palace. You will also visit the Dominican Church and Monastery, constructed during the 14th century at the same time as the city’s walls were being erected. The following day is yours to explore at your own pace: perhaps head to the beach, take to the water or wander the Old Town.
Hotel Excelsior Dubrovnik | Meals: Breakfast
Day 7 Dubrovnik / UK
Today you’ll head to Dubrovnik airport for your onward flight back to the UK, or why not take a trip on one of our yachts or to Montenegro to extend your stay.
At A&K all of our journeys are individually tailored to suit your needs and timescale. As a guide, this 7 day suggested holiday will cost from £1,050 per person, based on two sharing including international flights.
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Best time to be there
April to October is considered the best time to visit with July and August being the busiest months. The summer months see a plethora of cultural activities, such as the Dubrovnik Summer Festival and a series of festivals of music, film and art at the
Roman Amphitheatre in Pula.
Dubrovnik or Split (British Airways - daily)
2 hours 45 minutes
GMT +1 hour