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Dubrovnik old city view – Croatian Vacation Packages created by Travelive


Dubrovnik, the Pearl of the Adriatic or Kings Landing as it is known to Game of Thrones aficionados, is one of the must-see destinations in Croatia. Surrounded by magnificent medieval City Walls, this former capital of the mighty sea-faring Republic of Ragusa will fill your days and nights with a myriad of landmarks, aristocratic palaces, majestic Baroque churches, fortresses, contemporary wine bars, top-notch restaurants, and, of course, plenty of opportunities to soak up the sun and relax by the azure Adriatic Sea.

Things to do in Dubrovnik

  • Tour the city and explore the city walls
  • Helicopter tour of Dubrovnik
  • Hop over to Lokrum Island
  • Explore the hinterland
  • Sail to Elaphiti islands or Mljet
  • Visit Montenegro
  • Discover Korcula for a day
  • Food and wine tastings


The locals would say Nima Splita do Splita (loosely meaning there’s no other place quite like Split), and they have plenty to brag about. Built around the palace of the Roman Emperor Diocletian more than 17 centuries ago, Croatia’s second-largest city has ditched the label of being a launchpad to get to the islands to become one of the most sought-after holiday destinations in the country. Whether you wish to spend your days wandering around the very lively Palace filled with interesting cafes, shops, galleries, and museums, seek out the best views of the city from the St Domnius belltower or Marjan Hill, or just sit and watch the world go by sipping on espresso on the Riva (main city boardwalk), or try a game of Picigin on the main city beach Bacvice, do not expect any dull moments in Split.

Things to do in Split

  • Explore the palace
  • Discover Solin and Trogir
  • Explore the homeland of Zinfandel
  • Rafting on Cetina river
  • Visit Krka national park
  • Sail to Brac, Solta, or Vis
Ban Jelacic Square in Zagreb – Croatian Luxury Vacation Packages by Travelive


The capital of Croatia should not be skipped during a visit to this country, even for a day. Big enough to offer plenty of activities and landmarks but still small enough to explore it on foot, this vibrant city will win you over with its spectacular architecture, mid-European feel, famous museums, parks, squares, vibrant markets, cultural events, and great bar and restaurant options.

Things to do in Zagreb

  • Tour the Upper and Lower City
  • Visit Dolac market
  • Explore the museums
  • Christmas market in winter
  • Discover Trakoscan castle
  • Food and wine tours
Hvar Town on Island Hvar – Croatia Vacation Packages, Travelive


It might be one of Croatia’s most famous islands known for its crystal-clear waters, charming towns, fragrant lavender fields, 2.800 annual hours of sunshine, good nightlife, and as a place to be seen in summer, but Hvar offers so much more than that. Hvar is home to the first public theatre in Europe and the birthplace of organized tourism in Europe and boasts five UNESCO World Heritage sites and Intangible UNESCO heritage. Whether you choose to stay in Hvar town, Stari Grad, Jelsa, or somewhere else on the island, immerse with the locals in town squares, markets, and cafes, go for an off-road adventure through lavender fields and quaint villages, tour the island’s renowned winemakers or find your favorite place by the sea under the deep shade of fragrant pines.

Things to do in Hvar

  • Tour the island’s UNESCO heritage
  • Climb up to the fortress / Fortica
  • Visit the lavender fields
  • Explore the Hvar wines and vineyards
  • Go for an off-road safari
  • Sail Vis, Paklenski islands, and the Blue Cave
  • Discover the nightlife
  • Explore Jelsa and Stari Grad
Brac – Croatia Luxury  Vacation, Travelive


Though it may not be as famous as its neighbor Hvar, Croatia’s third-largest island Brac is one of the most authentic and “local” islands in the country. Brac is famous for the Golden Horn (Zlatni Rat) beach, and, of course, its marble. Diocletian Palace, Parliament in Vienna, some parts of Parliament in Budapest, and the Regent’s palace in Trieste, all these famous buildings were built using Brac stone, and the legend has it that even parts of the White House have a little piece of this distinctive marble in it. This is also the tallest island in Croatia so it is a perfect destination for hikers and bikers, while foodies will appreciate the long-standing tradition of olive oil and winemaking during our food tours.

Things to do in Brac

  • Hike the Vidova Gora
  • Visit the Stone Masonry School in Pucisca
  • Swim, Windsurf, or Kite Board on the Golden Horn Beach
  • Explore the Blaca Hermitage
  • Enjoy the Local Delicacies, Olive Oil, and Wine in Traditional Villages
  • Visit the Museum of the Island of Brač and the Museum of Oil
Areal View of Rovinj – Luxury Vacations in Croatia and Istria, Travelive


Located in Istria and looking like a little piece of Italy nestled on Croatian shores, Rovinj is one of the most romantic destinations in Croatia. This postcard-worthy city with winding cobbled streets, bustling squares, cafes, galleries, and plenty of historic landmarks used to be an island until, 250 years ago, the channel separating it from the mainland was filled in. Each street in the city will tell you a story and reflect the influence of all the cultures and rulers that have passed through Rovinj throughout history starting from Ancient Rome until today.

Things to do in Rovinj

  • Explore the old town
  • Discover dreamy villages and towns like Motovun
  • Truffle hunting adventure
  • Follow wine and olive oil roads
  • Hop over to Venice
  • Visit Lake Bled in Slovenia
  • Discover the beauty of Kvarner and Krk
Opatija – Croatia Luxury  Vacation, Travelive


Often referred to as the Monte Carlo of Croatia, Opatija is one of the first tourist destinations in the country with a tradition of hospitality dating back to the late 1800s. With a waterfront promenade lined with excellent hotels, and villas, very distinct mid-European architecture and a wide range of stellar eateries, Opatija is the perfect destination for a relaxing holiday with a sprinkle of exciting activities. Ucka National Park is the backdrop of this gorgeous city, and it is ideal for hiking and cycling while the vicinity of Istria gives you the opportunity to enjoy some of the best food and wine experiences in Croatia, including the famous truffle hunting adventure.

Things to do in Opatija

  • Hike or Cycle on Ucka National Park
  • Take Advantage of Extensive SPA Offerings in the City
  • Revel in the 19th-century Architecture and Grand villas
  • Embark on a Truffle Hunting Adventure
  • Explore Brijuni National Park
  • Follow the Wine and Olive Oil Paths in Istria
  • Join a Cooking Class on a Local Farm
Zadar Old Town – Croatia Luxury  Vacation, Travelive


Surrounded by 4 national parks (Kornati, Plitvice Lakes, Paklenica, and Krka) Zadar is an underrated but not so hidden Croatian gem. Alfred Hitchcock once said this is the city with the most incredible sunsets in the world, and if you find yourself on the Riva, listening to the sound of the Sea Organ and looking at the bright colors coming from the Greeting to the Sun art installation, you will know what he meant. Stroll down the lively Kalelarga main street, visit the Roman Forum built during the reign of the Roman Emperor Augustus, explore the 9th-century St. Donatus Church, discover the beaches, visit the hinterland for some unique gastronomic experience… There is an endless array of choices no matter what your passions or interests are.

Things to do in Zadar

  • Explore the city
  • A day trip to Plitvice lakes
  • Visit Krka National Park
  • Sail to Kornati
  • Rafting or kayaking on Zrmanja
  • Wine and food tours
  • Tour of island Pag for foodies
Sibenik – Croatia Luxury  Vacation, Travelive


Nestled in a picturesque bay where Krka River meets the sea, Šibenik will welcome you with quintessential Mediterranean charm. It is the oldest native Croatian coastal town, and one of the very few cities in the world with 2 UNESCO World Heritage sites – St. James’ Cathedral and St. Nicholas Fortress. Šibenik is also the perfect base for those wishing to explore the pristine Kornati National Park or Krka National Park.

Things to do in Sibenik

  • Explore the Historic Center and UNESCO Sites
  • Visit Krka National Park
  • Sail Through Kornati islands
  • Discover the Secrets of Šibenik’s Famous Fortresses
  • Join a Cooking Class in the Hinterland
  • Relax in the Medieval Mediterranean Gardens
Korcula – Croatia Luxury  Vacation, Travelive


If you are looking for an authentic Croatian island away from the crowds, filled to the rim with natural beauty, charming towns, villages, and pristine seas, consider adding Korčula to your itinerary. Explore its rich cultural heritage, listen to the legends of Marco Polo and his adventures, and enjoy some of the best wines in Croatia. Don’t forget to take the time to immerse yourself in the local life or just relax on one of the many beaches on the island.

Things to do in Korcula

  • Explore Korčula Old Town
  • Visit Marco Polo’s House and Korčula Town Museum
  • Hike or Cycle Across the Island
  • Join a Food or Wine Tour
  • Enjoy a Kayak or SUP Excursion
  • Embark on a Cooking Class
Vis – Croatia Luxury  Vacation, Travelive


Because of the strategic location that made it ideal for military use, the island Vis was relatively untouched by tourism development and only started opening for visitors a few decades ago. As a result, Vis today is an island of pristine beauty, unexpected adventures, and stunning beaches that will light up your Instagram feed. This destination is ideal for visitors looking for more of an off-the-beaten-path experience, and a holiday far away from the crowds.

Things to do in Vis

  • Embark on a military tour to discover hidden tunnels across the island
  • Swim in Stiniva Bay
  • Visit the Mamma Mia Filming Locations
  • Explore the Blue and Green Caves by Boat
  • Try Local Wines and Food
  • Visit Komiza
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