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Day 1: Zagreb, Croatia 
Arrive into Zagreb, the vibrant capital city of Croatia.

Day 2: Zagreb 
Enjoy a city tour of Zagreb including the Dolac Market, Stone Gate, and St. Mark’s Church. 

Day 3: Zagreb / Plitvice Lakes National Park 
Explore Plitvice Lakes National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site and scientific phenomenon consisting of a series of 16 stunning lakes, waterfalls, and cascades.

Day 4: Plitvice Lakes National Park / Split 
Enjoy a privately guided tour of the 1,700 year old city of Split. Visit the Diocletian Palace, the City Museum, the Mestrovic Gallery, the Temple of Jupiter, the Golden Gate, and the fish-market. 

Day 5: Split / Hvar Island / Split 
Board a ferry to picturesque Hvar Island. Explore the Hvar Fortress, Cathedral of St. Stephen, and the Arsenal. Enjoy a wine tasting of local varieties including Mali Plavac, made with grapes grown on the southern hills of Hvar. 

Day 6: Split / Ston / Dubrovnik 
Depart from Split and enjoy the drive south through resort towns and coastal scenery. Visit the medieval town of Ston, home of the longest stone wall in Europe. Continue to Dubrovnik and embark on a kayaking excursion through sparkling waters. 

Day 7: Dubrovnik 
Explore charming Dubrovnik including the Franciscan Monastery, the City Walls, the Maritime Museum, the Ethnographic Museum, and Rector’s Palace.

Day 8: Dubrovnik / Montenegro / Dubrovnik  
Embark on a visit to the nearby country of Montenegro. Explore the Bay of Kotor, the palaces of Perast, the Cathedral of St. Triphon, and the ancient town of Kotor, a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Day 9: Dubrovnik / Korcula / Dubrovnik 
Spend the day on the island of Korcula, known for its outstanding cultural and historical heritage and a long tradition in seafaring, shipbuilding and stone-masonry. Korcula is the birthplace of the adventurer and traveler Marco Polo.

Day 10: Dubrovnik / Depart for Home 
Bid farewell to Croatia and depart for home.