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Zagreb, Croatia’s northwestern capital, is distinguished by its 18th- and 19th-century Austro-Hungarian architecture. At its center, Upper Town is the site of the Gothic, twin-spired Zagreb Cathedral, 13th-century St. Mark’s Church and cafe-lined pedestrian Tkalčićeva Street. Lower Town contains the city’s main square, Ban Jelačić, as well as shops, museums and parks.

Area: 641 km²
Weather: 2°C, Wind NE at 3 km/h, 66% Humidity
Getting there: 50 min flight. View flights
Local time: Wednesday 5:43 PM
Population: 790,017 (2011) UNdata
Colleges and Universities: University of Zagreb, more

Today, as your plane descends over Croatia, you will catch your first glimpse of the quintessentially Croatian orange and red roofs. Zagreb, the country’s capital, has found itself a place in the hearts of travelers in recent years, through its historically saturated architecture and ever-welcoming cafes.
This morning your day will begin with a tour of the city. Located where the East contentiously meets the West, Zagreb has had a long history of foreign rule and external influences. However, as the city finds its own footing in the present day, a distinct culture is emerging that enthralls those who spend time here.
This morning, you will drive away from the orange rooftops of Dubrovnik moving back up the Adriatic Coast. As you approach the Neretva River Delta, you will venture inland following the curves of the valley and the Cetina River. Cascading waterfalls, clear turquoise lakes and cathedral-like forest canopies weave together to form Plitvice Lakes National Park. Sitting in perfect complement to the regal beauty of the Adriatic Sea, your understanding of Croatia would be incomplete without a stroll through this majestic UNESCO Natural Heritage Site.
Spend the day at leisure in Split.
In the warmest region of the northern Mediterranean coast, this magnificent city of Split has found its place. Its mild climate, with 2700 sunny hours per year, makes it an oasis where, sheltered from the wind, one can enjoy the sun even in wintertime.
Following a seaside breakfast, this morning you will travel east towards the Bosnia and Herzegovina border. After crossing, you will descend down into the valley of the Neretva River, eventually arriving at the City of Bridges: Mostar. You will arrive in Sarajevo in the afternoon, with just enough time to learn briefly about this capital’s contentious past.
Having a walking tour, and understanding beauty of Bosnia and her people, the past and the present will make you feel humble and relax. Visiting National Park, Tunnel or Biambare will make you feel welcomed and good.
Arriving to the airport.
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