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Croatia Package Overview Zagreb, Plitvice Lakes National Park, Zadar, Split, Mostar, Dubrovnik. Tour intro: This 10-day, 9 overnights journey begins in Zagreb, Croatia’s capital city where travelers get to explore its charming mix of medieval and trendy neighborhoods, vibrant restaurant and shopping scene and relax on leisure strolls through the pedestrian only city center. The journey proceeds to the lush greens and crystal waters of abundant waterfalls around the Plitvice Lakes National Park, and then an unforgettable sunset in Zadar. This intimate coastal town will make lasting impressions with sites such as the Sea Organ and is Roman Forum before the voyage trails the Adriatic coastline to the historic Split. Here, guests can sip coffee amidst Roman ruins, and also opt to explore the jet set scene on Hvar Island before continuing to the neighboring Bosnia where the Old Bridge in Mostar is a must see. The ancient, cobbled streets, forts and medieval walls of Dubrovnik’s Old Town truly transport visitors to some bygone times, a fitting end to a vacation made to inspire, make new friends and experience the best of Croatia. Highlights: • Walking tour of Zagreb, Croatia’s capital city • Guided tour of Plitvice Lakes National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site • Sightseeing in Zadar, including the historic Forum Romanum and unique sites like the Sea Organ • A tour of Split’s historic city center, including UNESCO World Heritage Site, Diocletian’s Palace • Exploring the famous medieval Dubrovnik, a UNESCO World Heritage Site • Tour of Mostar and its Old Bridge, a UNESCO World Heritage • Optional tours to Hvar Island and Montenegro
Czech Republic is a historic bridge at sunrise. The Czech Republic is a country steeped in history. It’s been populated for thousands of years and is a land dotted with castles, medieval towns, beautiful mountains, ancient ruins, and world-class wineries. The country sees more and more tourists each year but they mostly stick to Prague. Once you escape that beautiful (but crowded) city you’ll find an inexpensive country with some of the most beautiful and rugged landscape in this part of Europe. I love taking the train from place to place and just staring out the window. If you visit, you’ll probably be coming for Prague but be sure to leave the city and see the rest of what the country has to offer! It’s too often overlooked! When To Go ? In general, the climate is continental, with short, fairly hot summers and chilly winters. Spring can be the best time to visit, as the days tend to warm quickly, with consistently pleasant, mild weather for most of May. This is also the blossom season, when the fruit trees that line so many Czech roads are in full flower. Autumn is also recommended, with clear and settled weather often lasting for days on end in September and October. With much of the country heavily forested, this is also a great time to appreciate the changing colours of the foliage. Where to go ? Before the fall of Communism, a staggering ninety percent of foreign tourists visiting the country never strayed from the environs of the capital, Prague. While that no longer holds true, Prague is still the main focus of most people’s trips to the Czech Republic, certainly English-speaking tourists. Although the country is small, the variety in landscape and architecture is enormous, encompassing the forests and rolling countryside of Bohemia, peaceful spa towns like Karlovy Vary, Moravia’s spectacular karst region and historic towns like Olomouc and Český Krumlov.
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