Countries: Croatia and Slovenia
Duration: 10 nights/11 days
Pace/Style: Moderate/Adventure
Group Size: 4 - 16
Tour Code: HRSL
Combo Tour: RSHR + HRSL = YUGO
Transport: 1 small tourist boat, 1 ferry, 2 catamarans, 1 train, private minibus, on foot
Age: Minimum 12 years – no maximum*
*Providing guest can obtain travel insurance and in certain cases an additional medical form signed by a doctor.

Travel insurance is compulsory on all of our tours.




Tour 1
Tuesday 25 September – Friday 05 October

4 – 16 guests £1,720pp - 10% = £1,548pp

Single supplement £255

*** 10% off all 2018 Escorted Group Tours ***



Return airport transfers
All accommodation
All transport (as listed)
8 breakfasts and 2 dinners
Tour Leader to accompany group
Local guides (as listed)
Excursions/sightseeing (as listed)
100% Financial Protection


Flights (unless specified)
Travel insurance (compulsory)
Meals not listed
Single room
Optional excursions
Spending money
Visa and passport fees


  • Fortified City of Dubrovnik (UNESCO)
  • Moreška Sword Dance
  • Old Town of Korčula
  • Views from Španjola Fortress
  • Free time to discover Hvar
  • Diocletian's Palace (UNESCO)
  • Plitvice Lakes National Park (UNESCO)
  • Croatia’s Cosmopolitan Capital, Zagreb
  • Fairytale Lake Bled
  • Excursion into Soča Valley, Julian Alps
  • Wine Tasting in Goriša Brda


1 Cavtat Arrival, welcome meeting and group dinner. D
2 Cavtat
Free day. Explore the pretty streets of Cavtat, board a boat to Dubrovnik Old Town or swim in the Adriatic. B
3 Cavtat/Korčula Scenic drive and short ferry journey to the island. Free afternoon to cycle through local vineyards, climb the bell tower of Sveti Marko Cathedral for spectacular 360 views or watch a traditional dance. B,
4 Korčula/Hvar
Catamaran to Hvar Island. Free day to sightsee or relax in the square. B
5 Hvar
Free day. Join an excursion by boat, a Jeep Safari, relax on the beach or discover the island on foot.
6 Hvar/Split Catamaran to Split. Spend your afternoon inside Diocletian’s Palace, sipping a cold drink on the promenade or walking to Marjan Hill.
7 Split/Plitvice/Zagreb Entry into Croatia’s premier tourist attraction – the magnificent 16 lakes of Plitvice National Park. Time for lunch. Continue to Zagreb, Croatia’s cosmopolitan capital. Sample the nightlife of this lively city. B
8 Zagreb
Free day. Take the funicular to the Upper Town to visit Lotršćak Tower, St. Mark's Church and Kamenita Vrata or circumnavigate the city by tram. Free walking tour available. B
9 Bled
Scenic train journey to Slovenia. Free afternoon around Lake Bled. B
10 Bled/Julian
Alps/Bled Excursion (with a local guide) through the majestic Julian Alps, Soča Valley, Bovec and ending with a winery tour/tasting in Goriška Brda. B
11 Bled
Departure day. B

B = Breakfast
D = Dinner





1, 2

Cavtat, Croatia

3* Villa Royal


Korcula, Croatia

4* Hotel Marco Polo

4, 5

Hvar, Croatia

3* Apartments


Split, Croatia

3* B & B Kastel

7, 8

Zagreb, Croatia

3* Hotel Jadran

9, 10

Bled, Slovenia

3* Hotel Astoria


Bled, Slovenia


Pre/Post Tour Rooms




£60 (BB)

£90 (BB)


£45 (BB)

£70 (BB)

Prices are per person, per night. BB = Buffet breakfast, HB = Buffet breakfast and dinner.

Hotels listed are a guide only and may change - before booking rooms in the joining hotel independently, please ensure it has not changed for your particular tour.

Ljubljana Add-on

Why not add a couple of post-tour nights in Slovenia's charming capital, Ljubljana? After all, you are flying from there! We can switch your transfer and take you straight from Bled to central Ljubljana, book your hotel and offer sightseeing options and tours. Ask us for details.

We have chosen well-positioned, comfortable accommodation within a 10 – 15 minute walking distance of the main areas of interest. The majority are 3* hotels, some are 4*. Be aware that a 4* in some countries may not be of the same quality/standard as your own. However, we have chosen what we consider to be the best option for location, cleanliness and facilities and not necessarily for décor or nice views i.e. a hotel by the sea will not necessarily mean you will have a sea view.

All hotels have air-conditioning/fans (with the exception of Hvar) and Wi-Fi (in some cities this is only available in common areas and may not be available in Hvar). In almost all locations you will have a mini-bar (payable at check-out) or refrigerator, as well as a hairdryer and a TV with English channels. Some of the hotels do not have elevators but there will be someone on hand to help with your luggage.

All of our hotels are featured on www.tripadvisor.com – feel free to check them out!

Prices: on a twin share basis. If you are a single traveller and would be prepared to share a room with another guest of the same sex, the price will remain the same. If you would like your own space, we have single rooms available at an extra fee.

Hotel Restaurant/Meals: Please note that although some hotels include breakfast it is not always possible to have lunch or dinner there. As you are travelling through new countries we realise you probably want to experience local cuisine, which is why your Tour Leader will organise or recommend a local restaurant/eatery for the group in each location. Included meals do not come with drinks and these are at your own expense.