What To Expect:
Croatia Travel Tour Highlights
You’re entryway to Croatia will be the city of Split—home to the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Diocletian’s Palace. After walking the palace halls and daydreaming in the columned central square, sleep within the palace walls at Vestibul. Comprised of three former palaces—one Romanic, one Gothic, and one Renaissance—Vestibul is a magical property that weds the past and the present. While there, run your hand over the ancient stone walls and dine to a capella singers in the restored atrium. You’re next stop will be one of Croatia’s many spectacular walled cities, Hvar. Dating back to the 13th-century, Hvar’s marbled walking streets and Gothic palaces are beautifully maintained, and the bustling atmosphere is anything but museum-like. In the evenings, Hvar is festive with joyful visitors spilling-out onto the lanes from intimate eateries and boutique bars. On balmy summer days, spend a morning discovering your favorite spot on the coastal beaches, then camp-out for the afternoon to people watch and lounge with the locals. Traditional Korcula is full of heart and your next stop. Here you’ll walk the olive groves, stumble-upon empty coves and pebble beaches, take in live folk music and dance performances in the tiny villages, tour the old town, and stay in the refined Lesic Dimitri Palace—a restored former 18th-century bishop’s residence. Enjoy a short stopover in picturesque Dubrovnik before your final destination: Montenegro. While in Montenegro you’ll stay at the spectacular Aman Sveti Stefan. Between traditional boat rides to tiny islets and excursions to the 15th century town of Budva and the Church of Our Lady on the Rock, you’ll dine in Aman Sveti Stefan’s piazzas, walk the 15th-century cobblestone paths, swim in black-bottomed wading pools, and relax between the private pink-sand beaches and indulgent spa.