Croatia Tour Packages
Unwind by the sapphire waters of the Adriatic Sea against the backdrop of stunning natural beauty at Croatia.
The Mediterranean country of Croatia is what dreams are made of. Its many islands spread over the coastline have given birth to some superb destinations that can be covered in your Croatia itinerary. The crystal-clear blue waters, white-sand beaches, ornate Venetian buildings, Napoleonic forts, magnificent museums, and an abundance of natural beauty makes Croatia package holidays the perfect choice for travellers, especially those headed out to Croatia for a honeymoon.
Croatia Tourism is a magnet for all sorts of travellers, especially those looking for a dream honeymoon in Croatia at cost-effective prices with the best Croatia tour packages online available at Veena World. Croatia holidays are not just about relaxation as most of Croatia tour packages that you will be able to find, especially the cost-effectively priced Croatia holiday packages available online at Veena World, include a variety of activities that help make your vacation complete. The extensive shoreline is ideal for snorkelling, diving, kayaking, windsurfing, and sailing activities, and you can thoroughly enjoy these activities when you travel with the right Croatia holiday package at the best cost/price. If you are unsure of the cost of a trip to Croatia, you can take a look at Veena World’s Croatia holiday packages and choose one that suits your requirements perfectly. Browse through the many online Croatia tour packages and Veena World will help you design a comprehensive Croatia tour itinerary so that your holidays in Croatia are absolutely hassle-free. Croatia package holidays by Veena World can be customised to ensure you have the perfect vacation.
Croatia Travel Packages
|Croatia Slovenia Bosnia Montenegro Hungary||11 Days||₹2,55,000|
|Central & Eastern Europe||15 Days||₹2,90,000|
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Get to know more about Croatia before booking your tour packages
Officially known as the Republic of Croatia, this country is a young democracy that lies at the cusp of Central and Southeast Europe. It borders Slovenia to the northwest, Hungary to the northeast, Serbia to the east, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Montenegro to the southeast. The capital city of Croatia is Zagreb. Packages to Croatia are quite a popular holiday option chosen by people these days.
The region has been inhabited since primitive times as evidenced by the fossils of Neanderthals dating to the middle Palaeolithic period that have been unearthed in the region. The Croats started living here sometime around the 6th century. Through the ages, the Croats have been ruled by numerous tribes, many of which came from the neighbouring regions.
Croatia has had a troubled history and had to undergo an intense struggle to proclaim independence on 8 October 1991. Croatia has since then been able to stand on its feet and Croatia travel packages giving a boost to tourism to the country have also been a major contributor to the growing economy. It helps that this country is one of the most biodiverse in Europe and people flock here to experience the same with Croatia packages. Although the country has no official religion, Roman Catholics are the largest religious group here. Croatian is the official language of the country, but many native languages and dialects are also spoken. Croatia is a study in contrasts - the existence of the ancient, new, and the ultra-modern and a Croatia travel package is a great way to discover that.
Flanked by the Adriatic Sea, this Mediterranean nation has been ruled by many empires from many regions, which has added a lot to the rich cultural heritage of this place. Opulent mansions, majestic forts, primordial churches, and not to mention, the spectacular natural beauty all around is what helps make a Croatia tour itinerary an experience of a lifetime. Choose to sunbathe by the ocean, have your fill of water sports and adventures, go on a hike or indulge in some sumptuous hospitality - a holiday or honeymoon in Croatia is all these and much more.
A Croatia tour package from Veena World reveals the famous Croatian hospitality and would be considered to be incomplete if you forget to enjoy at least one Mediterranean feast that this region is famous for. Whether it is the family-run local cafes or the upscale restaurants run by world-class chefs, the Croatian food scenario is a major highlight of any package to Croatia.
Things to do in Croatia
There are so many attractions in this country that visitors may find it difficult to pin them into a single Croatia tour itinerary. This is where Veena World comes to the rescue to help you design a customised Croatia itinerary based solely on your inclinations. This can also help in estimating the cost of the trip to Croatia you plan to take.
Here’s a list of the best things to do on your Croatia package:
• Plitvice Lakes National Park:
It is impossible to visit Plitvice Lakes National Park and not fall instantly in love. Lush forests, cascading waterfalls, and the emerald waters of the many lakes here entice visitors from all over the world. Choose to walk or hop on board one of the park’s boats and buses or gape at Veliki Slap, the tallest waterfall in Croatia. This pristine national park is home to many indigenous flora, fauna, and wildlife in addition to wolves, bears, owls, eagles, and falcons. And if you feel that the park has made you want for more, you can spend the night at the many hotels located here as well with customised Croatia packages from Veena World.
• Dubrovnik Old Town Walls:
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Dubrovnik is arguably Croatia’s most sought after destination. But beneath the glamorous façade, lie many mysteries of an era gone by. The Old Town has magnificent towers, forts, and opulent mansions, complete with cannons. The first thing that strikes you right at the entrance is the spectacular Pile Gate, which was built in 1537. Climb one of the Old Town rooftops and soak in the jaw-dropping vistas with the Adriatic Sea providing a dramatic backdrop. Explore Stradun, lined with cafes and boutiques to embrace an unparalleled sight. Old Town is the location of Fort Lovrijenac, one of Croatia’s most important fortresses, and the town square called Square of the Loggia.
• Diocletian's Palace in Split:
Split is Croatia’s second-largest city and its main attraction is Diocletian's Palace, a place you must include in your Croatia tour itinerary. This ancient Roman palace was so huge that Split was established inside of it. The palace was built by Roman Emperor Diocletian who built the palace more like a fortress. Housed within the palace walls is the beautiful cathedral of St. Domnius. The bell tower of this cathedral is quite famous. The Old Town comes to life at night when it is beautifully illuminated. The ruins look eerie and utterly fascinating at the same time. If you are lucky, you may catch a concert or a cultural event which are frequently held here during the day.
Up your glam quotient when you visit the captivating city of Hvar. Located in the gorgeous Dalmatian islands, this 14th-century city is known for its alluring harbours, dotted with numerous yachts, water activities, plush restaurants, and world-class hotels. Take some time off from celeb-spotting on the beaches to explore the cathedral and fortress in the quaint Old Town area.
Get transported to the Roman era with a stop at Zadar, a city that has been continually inhabited since the Stone Age. The Romanesque Churches, built between the 9th and 13th centuries, not only have religious importance but also offer a glimpse into the country’s Roman past. The churches have superbly preserved religious paintings and ornately carved golden statues and figurines. Out of the many churches here, the most popular ones are the Church of St. Donatus, Cathedral of Anastasia, and Church of St. Chrysogonus. Apart from these gorgeous churches, Zadar is home to some striking modern installations - the Sea Organ and Greeting to the Sun, which are located on the waterfront. Do include Zadar in your Croatia itinerary to delve into its Roman heritage.
• Roman Amphitheatre in Pula:
You don’t have to be in Rome to be able to experience the magic of a Roman Amphitheatre. This magnificent 1st-century architectural marvel is bound to leave you speechless at first sight. You will be amazed to know that this amphitheatre is the sixth largest and is outside of Rome. Once the site for gladiator clashes, it is now used for cultural events.
Best Time to Visit Croatia
The weather is pleasant and sunny from May to June and from September to October and these are the best months for you to book your Croatia holiday packages.