Planning a two-week family vacation in Croatia may seem daunting, but with plenty of activities for the family, the choices are endless. This itinerary is chock-full of cultural exploration and lazy beach days, from the historic city of Zadar and the small island of Krapanj to the ancient coastal city of Split and the stunning island of Hvar. You'll relax, swim, snorkel, and kayak in the sparkling Adriatic, discover dramatic waterfalls and glittering emerald-green lakes in Krka National Park and catch the most beautiful sunsets in Zadar.
Croatia 2-Week Tours & Itineraries
The traditional two-week vacation is just enough time to plan the ideal Croatian getaway, covering multiple regions—you can visit the Dalmatian coast, the Istrian peninsula, and even Slovenia in one trip. Embark on a luxury highlights tour that involves discovering Zagreb from a vintage Ford Model T, dining al fresco from an exclusive rooftop terrace above Diocletian's Palace in Split, and soaking in the Adriatic views on a luxury speedboat to Biševo, Vis, and Pakleni islands. You could also explore breathtaking Trakošćan Castle and Varazdin of the Zagorje, hunt for truffles in the forests of the captivating Istrian peninsula, or go on a family adventure that mixes kid-friendly museums with exciting ATV rides of the Dalmatian hinterland beyond the coast, and swim in the emerald-green lagoon of popular Krka National Park.
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Experience the best of Slovenia and Croatia on this in-depth tour. Beginning in Zagreb, you'll work through Slovenia, from relaxed Ljubljana to its pristine lakes and the rugged mountains of Triglav National Park. Turn your attention to Croatia's Istrian peninsula and the Dalmatian Coast to wander ancient Roman ruins and medieval town centers, dine on fresh seafood and traditional fare, and climb centuries-old ramparts and parapets.
Get ready for an immersive 14-day itinerary that will take you through almost every region in Croatia. It begins in the culturally rich capital of Zagreb, continues through the Istrian Peninsula, and finishes with an epic journey down the beautiful Dalmatian Coast. You'll end the trip in Dubrovnik, one of the most awe-inspiring ancient fortress cities in Europe.
Get ready for the ultimate Croatian adventure. Over two weeks you'll travel the length of the country and hit all the highlights along the coast as well as inland. This includes the ancient fortress city of Dubrovnik, Adriatic islands, Zadar with its famous sunsets, UNESCO -certified national parks, the historic capital of Zagreb, and much more.
Head off on an unforgettable adventure as you cover the best of Croatia and Slovenia in two weeks, starting in Zagreb. You'll cross borders to overnight in the capital of Ljubljana before venturing through the breathtaking scenery of Triglav National Park, the Soča Valley, and the Karst region. Your trip culminates along Croatia's Adriatic coast, from the Istrian Peninsula in the north through to the fortressed city of Dubrovnik in the south as well as Plitvice Lakes, Split, and Hvar in between.
Set out to explore the hidden gems of Croatia on this extensive two-week itinerary from the romantic vine-covered hills and Venetian-style coastline of Istria to the ancient coastal cities of Dalmatia. From Zagreb, you'll immerse yourself in the Istrian Peninsula exploring medieval hilltop towns, seeking out prized white truffles, and dining on fresh-caught seafood in top-rated restaurants before experiencing the delights of the Dalmatian coast. You'll take in an unforgettable sunset in Zadar, discover cascading waterfalls and emerald-green lakes in Plitvice Lakes, sail in and around the nearly-barren islands of the Kornati, and enjoy views over the Adriatic and historic saltpans from a parapet walkway in Ston.
Spend two weeks experiencing Croatia's cities, the Adriatic islands, and the Dalmatian coast in luxury. Begin with a private tour of Croatia's dynamic capital, Zagreb, to see trendy neighborhoods, unique museums, and magnificent architecture. In Zadar, take in an unforgettable sunset while dining on world-class seafood and wine. Dive into Roman history in Split and savor local delicacies on an exclusive food tour, then spend time discovering the wines and beaches of Hvar and Korčula.
This 14-day adventure covers the highlights of Croatia from north to south, all the way from the Dalmatian Coast to the inland national parks. You'll leave no stone unturned as you stroll the cobbled streets of ancient cities like Split, Dubrovnik, and Trogir. Discover culture and history in Zagreb, visit the waterfall-filled national parks of Plitvice and Krka, go truffle hunting in Istria, and meet the locals with an authentic family farm experience in the Croatian countryside.
This complete two-week road trip is a great route for travelers visiting Croatia for the first time—you'll even have time for a quick visit to nearby Montenegro. Start in Croatia's capital, Zagreb, then journey along the best of the Dalmatian Coast until you reach its most popular southern city, Dubrovnik. Swim in the pristine waters of popular Krka National Park, lie out on the golden sands of Brac's Zlatni Rat Beach, and hike a medieval route between remote villages on the island of Hvar.
Two weeks is the perfect amount of time to explore the best of Croatia's UNESCO-listed cities, rugged wine country, and idyllic islands. On this immersive self-drive adventure, you'll set off from the northern capital of Zagreb, discovering enchanting castles and pristine national parks as you head south toward the spectacular Dalmatian Coast. After unforgettable stops in Zadar, Skradin, Split, Hvar, and Korcula, your journey comes to an end in the historic Adriatic fortress of Dubrovnik.
This two-week guided route takes you north through Croatia, taking in many of the popular highlights at a relaxed pace. Begin in the southern Dalmatian city of Dubrovnik before working your way up the coast through the Pelješac peninsula and to the islands of Korcula, Hvar, and Vis, ending your stay in the capital of Zagreb. Along the way, you'll sample wine from the Konavle Valley, kayak around the Pakleni Islands, and tour impressive medieval fortresses and gardens in Šibenik.
Discover the rugged and ethereal beauty of Croatia on this complete two-week multisport adventure. You'll cover three historic cities along the Dalmatian coast, Dubrovnik, Split, and Zadar, as well as spend two nights in the capital, Zagreb. You'll hike and bike island terrain on Korčula and Hvar islands, zip-line over the Cetina River Canyon, and walk amid waterfalls and emerald-green lakes in stunning Plitvice Lakes National Park.
Get excited for two weeks of high-octane fun as you explore the diverse landscapes of Croatia. Start in the capital of Zagreb, then follow the Dalmatian Coast to Dubrovnik. Along the way, you'll marvel at the beauty of Plitvice Lakes, raft the Zrmanja River's rapids, and hike part of the popular Velika Paklenica. Zipline over the Cetina River Canyon, pedal through Lumbarda's wine country, and explore the fortresses of ancient Dubrovnik.
Follow this two-week route along Croatia's captivating Dalmatian coast, beginning in Dubrovnik and ending in Slovenia's inviting capital, Ljubljana. You'll spend four days sailing amid the Adriatic islands, including a visit to favored Korčula and Hvar as you work your way to Split and Zadar. Marvel at the postcard-perfect beauty of Plitvice Lakes National Park, stroll through Zagreb's 1000-year-old town center, and row a boat to Bled's fairytale chapel in the center of its namesake lake.
This 14-day family adventure takes you to some of Croatia's standout destinations, with a few off-the-beaten-track surprises along the way. Start on the island of Hvar to see the colorful caves of nearby Vis, kayak to the Pakleni Islands, and play on Zlatni Rat Beach. Then, it's off to Trogir for hiking through Plitvice Lakes National Park and rafting down the Cetina River. Climb the ancient walls of Dubrovnik, hop around the Elafiti Islands, and enjoy an authentic Croatian meal in the Konavle Valley.
Spend two weeks exploring Croatia with the family on this packed 14-day itinerary. Stroll the pedestrian-friendly streets of Zagreb's historic neighborhoods, hunt for mushrooms alongside truffle-sniffing dogs in Istria, then continue down the Dalmatian coast to spend time in the ancient Roman city of Split and the famous island town of Hvar. Let the kids peer off Dubrovnik's imposing fortress walls and wander tucked-away stairwells and alleys and if they're up for it, enjoy a horse (or pony) ride at charming Honey Valley.
This two-week multisport itinerary blends the best of Croatia’s major sights with lots of opportunities to hike, bike, kayak, and sail your way through its spectacular landscapes. Get to know the capital of Zagreb, then hit the road to explore historic castles, dramatic waterfalls, and dense forests. After hiking around two pristine national parks, you'll set sail from the ancient port of Split and island-hop around the Adriatic. Back on the mainland, cycle and kayak your way through the unspoiled wine country of the Peljesac Peninsula before finishing up in the magnificent walled city of Dubrovnik.
Immerse your family in the many charms of Croatia with this 14-day tour. Start in the city of Zagreb with visits to historical museums and the vibrant energy of Dolac Market. Then, head to Rovinj, where you'll visit Roman ruins in nearby Pula and take a private boat to the Rovinj Archipelago for swimming and snorkeling. Enjoy the peaceful greenery and wildlife of Plitvice Lakes National Park, rent paddleboards on Zlatni Rat Beach, and tour historic Dubrovnik and the nearby Elafiti Islands.
Experience the cultural highlights of four countries on this two-week trip across the Balkans. Start on the Bay of Kotor in Montenegro, then travel north up the coast into Croatia for tours of Dubrovnik and Split. Hop over to Bosnia and Herzegovina for a quick spin around Mostar's vibrant bazaar, then continue to Croatia's Istrian peninsula to see the ancient wonders of Rovinj and Pula. You'll wrap up in Slovenia with a boat ride across Lake Bled and a food tour through the elegant capital of Ljubljana.
See the best of the Balkans in two weeks with this highlights tour. You'll tick off Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Montenegro, zipping between bucket-list destinations with private transfers. Boat to Bled Island and venture into limestone caves, then taste truffles in Istria and see the waterfalls of Plitvice Lakes. Wander through Diocletian's Palace in Split, eat your way across Sarajevo on a food tour, savor a traditional dinner in Dubrovnik, and end on the UNESCO-listed Bay of Kotor.
Follow the Dalmatian Coast south on this two-week journey from Split to Dubrovnik—with an interlude in Montenegro's UNESCO-listed Bay of Kotor and day trips inland to the national parks of Krka and Lovcen. Set off from historic Split, then catch a ferry to the islands of Hvar and Korcula for wine tastings, cycling tours, and beach time. Hop into Montenegro to discover the Venetian elegance of Kotor and Perast by private sailboat and wrap up your travels amid the medieval splendor of Dubrovnik.
This two-week trip showcases the best of Croatia and Slovenia's great outdoors. Starting in Zagreb, you'll pass through Ljubljana on the way to Lake Bled, then hop over the Julian Alps to Bovec, where ziplining, paragliding, and whitewater rafting await. Continue to coastal Piran for a cycling adventure, then cross into Istria to explore an island national park and Roman ruins. Tick off a hike through the unmissable Plitvice Lakes National Park before your return to Zagreb.
This tasty journey through the Balkans is packed with two weeks of food tours, cooking classes, farm dinners, and wine tastings. Start in Sarajevo with a food tour and burek-making workshop before visiting multicultural Mostar and its iconic bridge. Cross into Croatia for a food tour of Split, ferry out to the island of Korcula for local wines, and drop in at Ston to meet an oyster farmer. Break bread with local families in Dubrovnik, then head down the coast and into Montenegro to explore the Bay of Kotor.