1st day – Venice, Italy
Individual arrival to Venice. Private transportation takes you to a 5 * hotel where our representative will welcome you in this beautiful city. The day for individual visits or leisure.Overnight stay.
2nd day – Venice, Italy
Breakfast at the hotel. Meet your private guide for a 3 hour tour of the most interesting sites of Venice, such as the Basilica of St. Marco, the Doge’s Palace with its residence, as well as the Bridge of Sighs and Rialto which are two of the most famous bridges in Venice. Afterwards, there is time available for private visits or shopping at your disposal. Overnight stay.
3rd day – Verona, Italy
Breakfast at the hotel. In the morning private transportation from Venice to Verona. Soon arrival and the accommodation in a chosen stay follows where our representative will welcome you.
Meet with your private guide in the afternoon, and visit the city center with its main attractions such as the amphiteater, Piazza delle Erbe, and Juliet’s house. End with shopping in centar of Via Mazzini, known for its famous boutiques and trendy shops. In the evening hours, romantic dinner. Overnight stay.
4th day – Rovinj, Croatia
Breakfast at the hotel. In the morning, meet with a private driver, depart from Verona, and reach
the city of Rovinj (3 hours approximately). Your accomodation is in a previously chosen 5 * hotel.
5th day – Rovinj, Croatia
Breakfast at the hotel and free time in town. Possibility of private transportation for a guided
tour of Poreč. Poreč is situated in the heart of the western coast of Istria. The town is known as
the home of culture, sports and entertainment, and award-winning for its cleanness. Overnight
6th day – Rovinj-Split, Croatia
Breakfast at the hotel. Meet with a driver and depart to Split. Upon arrival, enjoy accommodation
in a 5 * hotel. Use time for relaxing, leisure, or discovery of this location. Overnight stay.
7th day – Split, Croatia
Breakfast at the hotel. Meet with a private guide who will take you for discovery of the second
largest city in Croatia, the heart of Dalmatia on the Adriatic coast. Split is also a main port for
connections with the central Dalmatian archipelague. The most important monument in Split is
the Diocletian’s Palace which forms the heart of this typical Mediterranean town. In addition to
the Diocletian’s Palace and its cellars, the other symbols of the city are: a walk along the shore,
Marjan Hill and the Bačvice Beach. There are many reasons that make Split one of the most
popular destinations for a summer vacation: an excellent mediterranean climate, a summer full of
sunshine and a mild winter. Overnight stay.
The rest of the day is for leisure time or individual visit to a picturesque town north of Istria. On
the sea side, the city is protected by high and rocky coast line with house walls built on the rocks.
The mainland consists of sturdy walls that protect and have remained preserved until today. The
entarance to the old city through a triumphal arch of Balbi puts us travelling back in time. All
these lovely streets will take you at the mountain top, to Church of Santa Eufemia (called Smokes
by people), the largest and the most important monument in the city. Overnight stay.
8th day – Korčula, Croatia
Breakfast followed by departure towards Korčula. Accomodation will take place in early
afternoon hours in the Lešić Dimitrije Hotel, follwed by lunch, rest, and the town touring with a
private tourist guide. Dinner at the hotel along with a wine list as listed in Sunday Times: HOT 100
Best Hotels in Europe. Overnight stay.
After late breakfast, will go for a private tour around Korčula. A ride to Lumbarda and a visit to
Bire Wine-Cellar for a wine tasting and a light lunch that consists of smoked dry ham pršut,
cheese, and salat. Everything is home made and produced from their BIO production. Next is a
ride to Vela Luka and a visit to an oil mill Zlokić. Our next visit is to Blato, the ethnography Barilo,
with a taste of their homemade liqueurs and hommeade products. A ride to a fig tree and wine
tasting in the Wine-Cellar Toreta. Late lunch-early dinner in tavern Mate, in Pupnat.
After breakfast is departure time depending on agreement with the Penisoula Tour Pelješac. We
are departing on a ferry to Pelješac. In Orebić, we are driving to the Monastery of Lady of Angels
along with the Maritime Pelješac’s Museum. Continue the tour to Ston. In Stone, frutti di mare
(fruits of the sea), oysters, and other shells are served for lunch. Return to Orebić with stops in
wine-cellars Miloš, Grgić, and Madirazza. Late lunch-early dinner at Antunović in Kuna…Stone oven
cooking and homemade dry meat products and similar. Dessert and Katarina Wine-Celler in
Orebić, then return to Korčula.
Breakfast at the hotel. Meet with a private driver and departe from Korčula to reach the city of
Dubrovnik (3 hours approximately). Arrival and accommodation in a 5 * hotel. The day for
relaxation or recreation. Dinner. Overnight stay.
Breakfast at the hotel. Meet with a guide and enjoy the private tour of the city. Dubrovnik (the
old Ragusa) is undoubtedly the most famous city of Croatia. The image of its walls by itself make
it recognisable all over the world. Dubrovnik is situated in southern Dalmatia. The most important
monuments of Dubrovnik are the medieval walls that surround the old city, the towers Minčeta
and Revelin, the fortress of San Lorenzo (Lovrijenac), the main street Stradun, the Church of St.
Biagio (Sv. Vlaho) and many other churches, monuments and historic buildings. Overnight stay.
Breakfast at the hotel. Meet your chauffeur and depart to Opatija (an approximately 3 hour ride).
Upon arrival, accommodate in a 5 * hotel. Enjoy leisure time, relaxation, or recreation. Croatian
Monte Carlo, Opatija, is a synonym for luxury. It is the right choice for all who want to spend
holiday in a spirit of tradition. Dinner at the restaurant, the most famous restaurant in Croatia for
the freshly-caught prawns. Overnight stay.
Breakfast at the hotel. Meet with a representative on site at your disposal to provide re-entry
procedure for the place of origin.
Breakfast at the hotel. The day is used for leisure and entertainment venues. Opatija with its rich
history and a picturesque surrounding has many places to be visited. Once in Opatija, it is worth
to spend time on the beach or to visit its beauties. The renaissance, the venetian, and the gothic
architectures, freedom of expression, playful baroque and classic styles. These styles completely
different, have been realized in buildings. Opatija is one of the most popular destinations for
sightseeing in Croatia since the 19th century when the Habsburgs turned it into one of the
Europe’s most popular destinations. This is where noblemen and aristocrats enjoyed the
moments of peace and quiet away from courts and daily politics. Overnight stay.
- All private VIP transportations with a driver
- Transportation by VIP taxi boat to the lagoon in Venice
- Category 5 * hotel accommodation based on a double room
- Private tour guide in Venice for approximately 3 hours
- Private tour guide in Verona for approximately 3 hours
- Private tour guide in Split for approximately 3 hours
- Private tour in Korčula ½ day with a light dinner and gourmet tastings
- Private tour in Pelješac ½ day with a light dinner and wine tasting
- Private tour guide in Dubrovnik for approximately 3 hours
- 1 romantic dinner in Verona
- 1 dinner in Dubrovnik
- Concierge services
The price does not include:
- food, except for the food included in the above offer