Dubrovnik to Bled

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  • 2013-01-01 - 2013-12-31

Visit Croatia and Slovenia on a tour from Dubrovnik to Bled.

Visit Croatia and Slovenia as you take the scenic route from lively Dubrovnik to pristine Bled. Experience both history and nature at their best - from Roman ruins and walled cities to unspoilt beaches and rugged islands just off the Adriatic coast. Quaff wine with locals in Korcula, delve into the ancient history of Split, hike through the Rab hinterland and be swept up in the magic of Bled. Discover a wealth of European architecture and lose yourself in the serenity of this charming and picturesque region.

  • Walk Dubrovnik's famed city walls
  • Experience local hospitality in Korcula
  • Dine on traditional treats at a hillside vineyard
  • Relax on Croatia's idyllic beaches
  • Explore Roman ruins in Split
  • Hike thick forests on Pag Island
  • Marvel at Bled's island church

Dubrovnik to Bled Summary

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Days 1-2 Dubrovnik

The undisputed jewel of the Dalmatian Coast, Dubrovnik is a beautiful white stone town that is picturesque, full of character and surrounded entirely by city walls.

Days 3-4 Korcula

Romantic and evocative, the island of Korcula boasts a stunning Old Town, which reflects the many diverse influences which have shaped its long history.

Days 5-6 Hvar

Known as the 'Queen of the Dalmatian Islands', Hvar has idyllic beaches, dramatic cliffs, ancient olive groves and relaxed towns with wonderfully preserved Renaissance facades.

Days 7-8 Split

A vibrant mixture of golden history and present-day delights, the city of Split grew out from the remains of Diocletian's Palace - some of the most impressive ruins on the Mediterranean.

Days 9-10 Plitvice Lakes/Pag Island

A wonderous interplay of water, rock and plant-life, Plitvice Lakes National Park is a misty Eden of endless waterfalls, enchanting forests and spectral blue lakes. The stark karst ridges of Pag Island are home to sheep, a distinctive local cheese and the wide, shallow coves that make it a popular destination for beachgoers.

Days 11-12 Pula

A wealth of architectural sights, including a beautifully preserved Roman amphitheatre, transport visitors back to Pula's heyday as a Roman citadel and administrative centre.

Days 13-15 Bled

With a stunning lake, a glorious castle, an island that holds a gateway to wishes and a bevy of exhilarating outdoor activities, Bled is the true delight of Slovenia.