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Tours in Croatia starting from $1,807

Prices are per person “land only” (excluding air) based on double occupancy.

About Croatia Tours

The official language is known as Croatian which is written in the Latin script. 

Croatia was founded in the first half of the 17th century, on the ruins of the Roman Empire.

Dalmatian dogs got their name after Dalmatia, a south coastal region in Croatia.

Croatia has the smallest town in the world according to Guinness World Records, with only 23 inhabitants.

Croatia is a country without skiing traditions. Yet, the most successful skier in the history of winter Olympic Games is Croatian skier, Janica Kosteli?. 

Why go on a Croatia tour?

There are multiple reasons to invest in a Croatia tour. Its unique blend of glamour and old-fashioned authenticity makes this a great destination for any traveler. Spend some time exploring the 1,000 islands that marks the Dalmatian coast. Visit Croatia’s capital, Zagreb and marvel at the ancient relics and the grandest Roman ruin in Western Europe.  Since Croatia is home to some amazing National Parks, traveling families can have an amazing time at the Plitvice Lakes National Park – home to 16 lakes and hiking trails.  And while you’re there, make sure to put Dubrovnik in your itinerary. This walled city sees the most action during the summer months. Dramatically located between the mountains and the Adriatic, Dubrovnik definitely adds some cultural flare to this inspiring country. The food is Mediterranean inspired, with plenty of local fruits and grain in the diet, so prepare yourself for a hearty feast when going on a Croatia tour. 

When is the best time to go? 

Weather in Croatia is divided into two mini-climates: Northern Croatia has a Continental Climate, which ranges from near freezing in January to about 25C in August; while the coastal areas have a more Mediterranean climate, which typically ranges around 3C in January to about 38C in August. The best time to go on a Croatia tour is between the months of June and September. In June, temperatures nationwide are warmer with longer days; making this an ideal time to visit. June and July are also perfect for travelers interested in island-hopping and staying in coastal resorts. 

As you can see, there’s something for everyone in a Croatia tour. So what are you waiting for? Speak now with an experienced travel agent at tripcentral.ca and let’s make your dreams come to reality!