Discover Croatia
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Discover Croatia

Multidestination
Created: Tuesday, April 25, 2017 - Departure: Thursday, September 14, 2017
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410 €
Based on 2 adults
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Created: Tuesday, April 25, 2017 - Departure: Thursday, September 14, 2017
Destinations: Pula HR, Rijeka, Zadar, Sibenik, Split, Dubrovnik
Themes
History
City
Fly&Drive

Your day to day

14 Sep
1.

Pula HR

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About the city:Effortlessly marrying the attractions of beach and sun with centuries of history and culture, Pula is an excellent holiday choice. Once the Austro-Hungarian Empire’s chief naval base, Pula is an engaging combination of working port and brash Riviera town that has managed to retain a friendly small-town appeal. The highlight of the city is definitely the remarkably well-preserved Roman amphitheatre. It is the sixth largest amphitheatre in the world and was constructed in the first century BC. The amphitheatre itself is spectacular and it present the perfect backdrop for plenty of pictures. The Forum is the main square in the centre of the city, where the Temple of Augustus and the Town Hall are located, in addition to some of Pula's more famous cafés. The Forum is the perfect place to start or to end exploring Pula or for the first morning coffee or for the last drink in the hot summer nights. The Triumphal arch of Sergii is another reminder of the Roman settlement. This majestic arch was built in 27 BC to commemorate 3 members of the Sergii family who held important official duties in Pula. Walking along the short and narrow streets of the old town is a good opportunity to see the succession of styles and exterior influences in the city. There's a lot to see in Pula. It's not all about Roman remains and historic monuments. Pula today is a lively busy city that smoothly combines past and present.
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15 Sep

Transport from Pula HR to Rijeka

Croatia Airlines Croatia Airlines - OU673
16:30 - Pula, Pula Airport (PUY)
17:10 - Zagreb, Zagreb (ZAG) Alternative airport
40m 1 PC Nonstop
Flight: OU673
Cabin Class: Economy
15 Sep
2.

Rijeka

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About the city:Rijeka, located on Kvarner Bay, an inlet of the Adriatic Sea, is Croatia’s largest port. The city retains some traces of his past, and is a charming place to visit as it has a great architecture in the old parts of the city, as well as some very interesting places to go. Korzo, the old part of the city, is dominated by the City Tower. The tower was originally a gate from the sea into the old town. It has a crest of the double headed eagles holding an urn of flowing water, the symbol of Austria. The tower has several Baroque style features form various time. St. Vitus' Church is the big draw of the old town in Rijeka. It is a unique Baroque rotunda of monumental dimensions inspired by the Venetian church St. Maria della Salute. The most impressive part of the church is the large crucifix on the altar. Korzo is the very heart of the town and numerous cafés welcome you for a drink on shaded terraces. The views from the Trsat castle sitting on top of the highest hill is magnificent. It reflects the large city size, as well as the wonderful building structures. Trsat stairs lead to the famous centre of pilgrimage, the Franciscan monastery. Walking west you will reach Trsat Castle, which has a long heritage, and was the original settlement of Celtic tribes. Beneath the castle there is the old church of St. George, Sv. Juraj, which, for centuries, has been the parish church of Trsat. The town of Rijeka has been well known for its carnival festivities since the Middle Ages. The carnival festivities take place mainly on Korzo. The colourful parade of masks can be seen every year on the last Sunday of carnival festivities in Rijeka.
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16 Sep

Transport from Rijeka to Zadar

Croatia Airlines Croatia Airlines - OU656
22:05 - Zagreb, Zagreb (ZAG) Alternative airport
22:50 - Split, Split (SPU) Alternative airport
45m 1 PC Nonstop
Flight: OU656
Cabin Class: Economy
16 Sep
3.

Zadar

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About the city:Zadar is a city in Croatia on the Adriatic Sea. It is the fifth largest Croatian city and is the centre of modern Croatia's Zadar county and the wider northern Dalmatian region. Zadar is located opposite the islands of Ugljan and Pašman, from which it is separated by the narrow Zadar Strait. Though all its destructions after WWII, Zadar has kept a rich heritage of world importance, visible in every step. The Roman Forum from the 1st century is a common place for locals to stroll, sit down amongst the ruins and enjoy a nice summer day. St. Donatus Church from the 9th century is one of the best preserved pre-Romanesque buildings in the world and the trademark of the city. The reconstructed Romanesque St. Grisigono Church from the 12th century is one of the most remarkable examples of the combination of different monuments in one. The church was built upon the ruins of an older one, and rebuilt after being bombed in WW2, in combination with a destroyed Benedictine convent in its back. The Romanesque St. Anastasia's Cathedral from the 13th century is very impressive. The tower can be climbed; from its top you have a beautiful view over the city of Zadar and its neighbouring islands. The Sea Organ is a favourite for locals and tourists alike. This man-made organ on Zadar's Riva works with the motion of the waves and 35 pipes to create a musical soundscape. The Sea Organ is the work of Croatian architect Nikola Bašić, who also created the nearby Greeting to The Sun. The city is known for its artists and galleries. There are around a dozen major galleries, and many smaller stores along the side streets. It has a major street for everyday upscale shopping for the locals, and even some tourists with a passion to buy. It is called Spire Brusine and runs through the middle of the old town. Zadar’s sunsets are legendary too, making it the perfect place to unwind for romantics, young and old.
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17 Sep

Transport from Zadar to Sibenik

Croatia Airlines Croatia Airlines - OU631
6:00 - Pula, Pula Airport (PUY) Alternative airport
6:35 - Zadar, Zadar (ZAD) Alternative airport
35m 1 PC Nonstop
Flight: OU631
Cabin Class: Economy
17 Sep
4.

Sibenik

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About the city:Šibenik is a historic town in Croatia, located in central Dalmatia where the river Krka flows into the Adriatic Sea. Šibenik is a political, educational, transport, industrial and tourist center of Šibenik–Knin County. MAIN TOURIST ATTRACTIONS • St James' cathedral. It is the main sight. It is on the UNESCO World Heritage list. It has a beautiful baptistery worth seeing it, and the curiosity is it has been built with stone only, without any kind of binder. • Bunari. ""Bunari"" or, literally, ""wells"", is a complex of water reservoirs, built in 15th century for city's water supply. • Medieval monastery St. Laurence's garden.
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18 Sep

Transport from Sibenik to Split

Samoborček - 5555
0:20 - Šibenik, Šibenik
1:50 - Split, Split
1h 30m Nonstop
Cabin Class: Economy
18 Sep
5.

Split

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About the city:Split is the second-largest city of Croatia and the largest city of the region of Dalmatia, with about 250,000 people living in its urban area. It lies on the eastern shore of the Adriatic Sea and is spread over a central peninsula and its surroundings. An intraregional transport hub and popular tourist destination, the city is linked to the Adriatic islands and the Apennine peninsula.
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18 Sep

Car rental

Fiat 500
Split
Split Airport
10:00 - 18 Sep 2017
Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik Airport
10:00 - 21 Sep 2017
Driver age

Minimum 21, Maximum 80

Fuel Policy
Pre-purchased Fuel: Full to empty. Vehicles will be picked up with a full tank payable at pick up, PLUS an extra NON-REFUNDABLE Management fee from 15€ to 50€ (depending on car category + location). The cost of fuel depends on the car type & tank size plus fuel prices at collection time. Please return the car as empty as possible, unused fuel will be refunded per eights marked at the fuel gauge.
General payment terms
Prepayment. For the local pick up of your car a valid credit card is mandatory. The card holder and driver must be the same person. Prepaid or debit cards, such as Maestro or Visa electron are not accepted for pick-up.
Deposit applicable to this booking
Upon collection of the car usually a security deposit will be blocked on the driver’s credit card. This deposit typically corresponds to the stated amount of the possible excess plus the value of one tank of fuel. This deposit can only be blocked on a valid credit card (prepaid debit cards, prepaid credit cards and cash cannot be accepted).

For luxury cars two credit cards in the same name are required for all rentals. The credit card must not be from the same issuer. Please note some suppliers will not accept American Express, Visa Premier or Diners Club credit cards, we strongly recommend to use a Visa or Mastercard.

In the event that you fail to produce a valid credit card or have insufficient funds available the car rental agent may refuse to release the vehicle. In this instance no funds will be reimbursed. Estimated deposit amount: HRK 9364
Theft protection
In case of theft, there is an excess of 8,250 HRK.  Please note: this does not cover loss of personal items.
Collision damage waiver
Maximum excess of 8,250 HRK to be paid in the case of damage. Please note that comprehensive insurance does not cover damage to wheels, tires, mirrors and underbody
Pickup

Split Airport - Telephone: +385 99 7802293 Emergency Phone: 060120120

Split Airport - in terminal-, Cesta Dr. Franje Tuđmana 1270

Opening hours:08:00 - 22:00

Airport Location, please follow signs to the car rental stations.
Dropoff

Dubrovnik Airport - Telephone +385 99 7802293 Emergency Phone: 060120120

Dubrovnik Airport - in terminal-

Opening hours:08:00 - 22:00

Airport Location, please follow signs to the car rental stations.

Transport from Split to Dubrovnik

No transport selected
19 Sep
6.

Dubrovnik

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About the city:George Bernard Shaw called Dubrovnik “the pearl of the Adriatic, a paradise on earth”, and, indeed, it may be one of the most beautiful cities you’ll ever see. Largely built and long inhabited by Venetians, Dubrovnik possesses a stately charm and striking architectural unity that draw thousands of visitors every summer. Founded in 7th century, Dubrovnik stood amid a great forest of oak trees, from which it took its name. Take a walk atop the old city walls for vistas of the old town and the surrounding coast. Just before exiting the old town through the western gate, turn right to visit the Franciscan Monastery and peaceful cloisters. Just inside the entrance is the oldest European pharmacy, founded in 1371. In the northern corner of the old city is the Dominican Cloister and Museum, with a polyptych by Titian. The impressive Cathedral of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary stands in the centre of Poljana Marin Držić and its treasury can be visited; look for the work by Raphael. Dubrovnik has warm, crystalline waters; don’t just admire it from a distance and take a dive. The intrepid can dive and sunbathe along the rocks or swim around the walls of the city while others gawk above. Dubrovnik’s impressive battlements gleam in the early morning light, but by early afternoon, the sea’s clear blue waters beckon you away from the city and its tourist din. If you can stand the crunch, you, too, may find a piece of heaven.
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