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Zadar - Sibenik - Trogir (Self Drive)
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7 to 10+ Nigths from $3,170*
This sample price: priced within the past 7 days for arrival on 4/15/2022, departure from New York City (all Airports) (NY), US. Choose your own departure city and dates.
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This is a suggested independent itinerary that you customize. Please select the best flights, hotels, trains, activities, transportation and number of nights in each destination to fit your needs.
Explore Croatia and its beautiful Roman and Venetian ruins in cities like: Zadar (peninsular Old Town), Sibenik (captivating Adriatic coastline, and the well preserved Renaissance, baroque and Roman influenced) and Trogir; with a Rental Car for ultimate convenience and freedom. This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.

This 7 night sample itinerary includes:
  • Flight into Zadar and out of Split
  • Pick Up: Zadar Airport/Drop Off: Split Airport
  • Rental Car for 8 days
  • Hotel for 3 nights in Zadar
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Sibenik
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Trogir
  • Driving Time
    Zadar - Sibenik: 1 hr. approx.
    Sibenik - Trogir: 55 mins. approx.
    Trogir - Split Airport: 15 mins. approx.


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Trogir (6)     Zadar (13)     Sibenik (3)    
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1. Zadar
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2. Sibenik
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3. Trogir
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3 nights in Zadar

Zadar, the fifth-largest city in Croatia, boasts a long tradition and a rich cultural heritage. The town is fortified with thick walls, renowned for their impressive ports, such as the Harbor Port and the Mainland Port, which date back to the sixteenth century. Zadar's most impressive sight is the pre-Romanesque Church of St. Donatus. The town is also famous for having the most beautiful Romanesque churches in Croatia, such as the Cathedral of St. Anastasia, the Church of St. Chrysogonus and the Bell-tower of St. Mary.br />

Recommended Stay: At least 3 nights
Must See`s:
Zadar`s Old Town, Puntamika Beach, Kolovare Beach, Borik Beach, The Marinas, Zadar Cathedral, the Roman Forum of Iadera, Church of St. Donatus, St. Mary`s Church, Zadar`s Venetian defensive system, Church of St. Chrysogonus, and so much more!



2 nights in Sibenik

The gateway to the Kornati Islands, the city of Sibenik is perhaps best-known as being the oldest Croat settlement on the Adriatic coast. Sibenik was founded by King Petar Kresimir IV in 1066 CE, and for a short time it was the capital of the Croat Kingdom. In just the first hundred years, the city was conquered by Venice, Byzantium, and finally Hungary. By the time it became a city in the Venetian Republic (Sebenico) in the 15th century, a defensive wall system flanked by four fortresses was built -- one of those fortresses, the Fortress of St. Nicholas, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Sibenik`s main cathedral, the Cathedral of St. James, dates from the early Venetian period and is also on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.


Recommended Stay: At least 3 nights
Must See`s:
Fortress of St. Nicholas, Cathedral of St. James (Sibenik Cathedral), Michael`s Fortress, Aquapark Dalmatia, Barone Fortress, St. John`s Fortress, Zlarin Island, and so much more!



2 nights in Trogir

One of the most beautiful cities on the Dalmatian coast, Trogir is a living museum, the best-preserved Romanesque-Gothic complex in Central Europe. Its medieval core, surrounded by walls and comprising a magnificient castle and tower and a series of dwellings and palaces from the Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque periods, is part of the UNESCO World Heritage List of historic sites. One of the most impressive buildings is the Church of St. Lawrence, whose main west portal is a masterpiece by Radovan, and the most significant work of the Romanesque-Gothic style in Croatia.


Recommended Stay: At least 2 nights
Must See`s:
Church of St. Lawrence (Trogir Cathedral), Pantan Beach, Cippiko Palace, Kamerlengo Fortress Tower, City Loggia, Medena Beach, Ciovo Island, Trogir Old Town, and so much more!




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Flexible Itinerary
Zadar
Day 1
Arrive to Zadar
Overnight in Zadar   34 hotels offered
Optional   55 Things to do
Day 2
Overnight in Zadar   34 hotels offered
Optional   55 Things to do
Day 3
Overnight in Zadar   34 hotels offered
Optional   55 Things to do
Day 4
Departing from Zadar
Transportation to next city by: Regional Air
Sibenik
Day 4
Arrive to Sibenik
Overnight in Sibenik   28 hotels offered
Optional   50 Things to do
Day 5
Overnight in Sibenik   28 hotels offered
Optional   50 Things to do
Day 6
Departing from Sibenik
Transportation to next city by: Regional Air
Trogir
Day 6
Arrive to Trogir
Overnight in Trogir   52 hotels offered
Optional   47 Things to do
Day 7
Overnight in Trogir   52 hotels offered
Optional   47 Things to do
Day 8
Departing from Trogir

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Zadar Hotels (34 total)
Sibenik Hotels (28 total)
Trogir Hotels (52 total)


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Tours in Zadar (55 total)
Tours in Sibenik (50 total)
Tours in Trogir (47 total)


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<b>Croatia</b> is a fast-growing European travel destination, as Americans are becoming turned on to a destination that Europeans have visited for decades. It has some of the most popular beaches in Europe, with the numerous islands offshore considered to offer the best beaches. Croatia is also well-known for its history and geographic beauty. Croatia also offers to the tourist opportunities for outdoor activities such as hiking, kayaking, and mountain climbing at their many national parks such as Plitvice Lakes. Croatia also offers tourists the opportunity to learn about its history by visiting its many walled cities (such as Dubrovnik, Trogir, and Korcula), Roman-era buildings (of which Diocletian`s Palace is perhaps the best-known), and religious buildings such as Zagreb Cathedral in the country`s exquisite capital.
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Zadar
Zadar, the fifth-largest city in Croatia, boasts a long tradition and a rich cultural heritage. The town is fortified with thick walls, renowned for their impressive ports, such as the Harbor Port and the Mainland Port, which date back to the sixteenth century. Zadar's most impressive sight is the pre-Romanesque Church of St. Donatus. The town is also famous for having the most beautiful Romanesque churches in Croatia, such as the Cathedral of St. Anastasia, the Church of St. Chrysogonus and the Bell-tower of St. Mary.br />

Recommended Stay: At least 3 nights
Must See`s:
Zadar`s Old Town, Puntamika Beach, Kolovare Beach, Borik Beach, The Marinas, Zadar Cathedral, the Roman Forum of Iadera, Church of St. Donatus, St. Mary`s Church, Zadar`s Venetian defensive system, Church of St. Chrysogonus, and so much more!
Sibenik
The gateway to the Kornati Islands, the city of Sibenik is perhaps best-known as being the oldest Croat settlement on the Adriatic coast. Sibenik was founded by King Petar Kresimir IV in 1066 CE, and for a short time it was the capital of the Croat Kingdom. In just the first hundred years, the city was conquered by Venice, Byzantium, and finally Hungary. By the time it became a city in the Venetian Republic (Sebenico) in the 15th century, a defensive wall system flanked by four fortresses was built -- one of those fortresses, the Fortress of St. Nicholas, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Sibenik`s main cathedral, the Cathedral of St. James, dates from the early Venetian period and is also on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.


Recommended Stay: At least 3 nights
Must See`s:
Fortress of St. Nicholas, Cathedral of St. James (Sibenik Cathedral), Michael`s Fortress, Aquapark Dalmatia, Barone Fortress, St. John`s Fortress, Zlarin Island, and so much more!
Trogir
One of the most beautiful cities on the Dalmatian coast, Trogir is a living museum, the best-preserved Romanesque-Gothic complex in Central Europe. Its medieval core, surrounded by walls and comprising a magnificient castle and tower and a series of dwellings and palaces from the Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque periods, is part of the UNESCO World Heritage List of historic sites. One of the most impressive buildings is the Church of St. Lawrence, whose main west portal is a masterpiece by Radovan, and the most significant work of the Romanesque-Gothic style in Croatia.


Recommended Stay: At least 2 nights
Must See`s:
Church of St. Lawrence (Trogir Cathedral), Pantan Beach, Cippiko Palace, Kamerlengo Fortress Tower, City Loggia, Medena Beach, Ciovo Island, Trogir Old Town, and so much more!

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