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.

Dubrovnik, Croatia
Bled, Slovenia
Physical rating
Cultural rating
Min 15
Group size
Min 1 Max 12
Carbon offset
214kg pp per trip


  • 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


See how Dubrovnik bursts with history, from steep, cobbled streets and stunning architecture to the enveloping city walls. Uncover hidden treasures in the Old Town or perhaps take a boat ride to the island of Lokrum for a spot of swimming, where it is said that Richard the Lionheart was once shipwrecked. If time permits, get a snapshot of Croatian history at one of many museums or take a quiet moment inside an old cathedral. After a day of exploring, you can walk up Srd Hill for spectacular views of the city and the Dalmatian coastline.
Travel to Korcula by ferry and bus and stay in simple accommodation with generous local hosts. Take in the serene forest landscape dotted with tranquil inlets and character-filled vineyards, and a place where residents show immense pride in their island home. Try traditional delicacies while relaxing in a local restaurant and taste some travarica, a grappa-like drink, before partaking in the island's famous cakes for dessert. In free time, pay a visit to the Marco Polo Tower, go shopping, swimming or just soak up the ambience.
Experience the beauty of Hvar - the queen of the Dalmatian Islands. Climb Spanjola Fortress and wander past wonderfully preserved Renaissance facades and vast fields of lavender and rosemary. Enjoy some quality time on the beach or chill out over a few cocktails in a waterside bar.
Arrive in Split, the soul of Dalmatia and the site of Emperor Diocletian's well-preserved palace. This vibrant, World Heritage-listed town is a mixture of a golden past and present-day delights, and is easily explored on foot. While here, see the original and fantastically preserved basements under the city as well as the Cathedral in Diocletian's Peristyle and Jupiter's Temple.
Zadar is best known for its mesmerising sea organ and Sun Salutation sound and light show. Don’t miss the well-preserved Roman ruins either.
Journey over to Pag Island and get your teeth into some of the island’s famous paški sir – sheep cheese with a sharp, tangy flavour.
Head north to Plitvice Lakes National Park. Nestled among striking mountains, pristine Plitvice boasts some of the most spectacular scenery in Croatia.
Conjure scenes of battle on a visit to Pula’s Roman Amphitheatre, relish a taste of nostalgia in the Old Town and perhaps encounter treasured relics in the Archaelogical Museum. To truly appreciate the enduring nature of this town, follow the Roman walls on the eastern boundary, passing through the Triumphal Arch of Sergius.
Cross the border into Slovenia and travel into the Julian Alps. Take in the mountainous backdrop, picturesque lake and impressive cliff-top fortress, which all combine to make Bled such a wonderful place to visit. Perhaps cycle around Lake Bled's shoreline, row a boat out to the island or hike through the exceptional Vintgar Gorge. Then, why not celebrate the end of a remarkable journey with a final group meal.
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2 breakfasts1 dinner
Bus, Ferry, Minibus, Private Bus, Private vehicle, Public bus, Taxi
Guesthouse (3 nights), Hostel (3 nights), Hotel (6 nights), Private apartment (2 nights)
Included activities
  • Pag Island with visit to cheese makers
  • Plitvice Lakes National Park
  • Pula Arena
  • Španjola Fortress
  • Split Cathedral & Tower
  • Wine Tasting and Dinner in Pupnat Village


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Dubrovnik to Bled , September 2015

Dubrovnik to Bled , September 2015