Arrive to Zagreb

Welcome to Croatia! A land whose rich cultural heritage is not discovered only from within the walls of numerous museums, galleries and churches, many of which today, as zero category monuments, are included in apart of the UNESCO World Heritage. Zagreb, Croatia’s capital and the largest city in the country is a typical Central European town.

Croatians love holidays and festivities. There are many festivals celebrated throughout the year.

Our tour manager will meet you upon arrival in Zagreb anddrive you to your comfortable, centrally-located hotel in Zagreb. Enjoywelcome dinner at a local restaurant this evening before returning to your hotel for a good night’s sleep! (D)


DAY 2 

Excurtion to Zagreb | Evening concert 

After breakfast, you will have a guided walking tour of historic Zagreb to see the major highlights of this beautiful city including main square "Bana Jelacica", Gornji Grad (Upper Town) and Donji Grad (Lower Town)

Enjoy an afternoon at leisure. This evening, you will perform your first concert; venue options include St. Catherine's Church, St. Mark's Church or Cathedral of the Assumption. Afterwards, enjoy a  dinner in hotel (B,D) 

  Your first concert performance will be today


Plitvice Lakes | Trogir

After breakfast and checking-out of the hotel, you will journey to the Central Dalmatia.  En route, you will stop in Plitvice Lakes to Croatia's most beautiful national park, Plitvice Lakes, a stunning example of a UNESCO World Heritage site. Enjoy awe-inspiring scenery as you travel through this natural phenomenon of sixteen terraced lakes surrounded by forests and thick vegetation. A series of waterfalls and free flowing cascades connects each lake to the other. A short cruise on the lake takes you into the heart of this natural wonder.

Continue to Trogir and check in to the hotel.  Dinner and overnight stayin Trogir. (B,D)


Excurtion to Trogir| Evening concert 

After breakfast, you will have a guided walking tour of Trogir. Being a UNESCO list heritage city, Trogir isas the best preserved Romanesque-Gothic town in Central Europe, offers a lot of sights that are worth visiting. Must-see sights are: Cathedral of Saint Lawrence with its remarkable portal by Master Radovan, the Kamerlengo Fortress, the Town Gate, the Cipiko Palace, the Town Hall, the Church of Saint Nicholas, the city museum, the picture gallery and the ‘Kairos’ art collection.  Enjoy lunch on your own and time to explore at your leisure. This evening, you will perform your next concert in the Trogir area. Dinner will be together this evening! (B,D)

  Your second concert performance will be today


Trogir | Split | Dubrovnik  

After breakfast and checking-out of the hotel, 

A stunning drive day transports us southwards along the Adriatic coastline to the the medieval city of Dubrovnik, but en route we stop at the city of Split.  Croatia's second-largest city, Split is an attractive place famed for the Roman Palace of the Emperor Diocletian. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the palace is basically a city within a city as Split has been built around these impressive Roman ruins. Enjoy a guided tour of the palace.

On arrival in Dubrovnik, check in to hotel and enjoy dinner together at a hotel. Afterwards, perhaps stroll along main street Stradun and you acquaint yourselves with this beautiful, vibrant city!  (B,D)


Tour of Dubrovnik | Evening concert   

After breakfast,  join an expert local guide on a tour of 'Old Dubrovnik,' a UNESCO World Heritage site. Visit the Franciscan Monastery, where Europe's oldest pharmacy lies; Rector's Palace, the City Walls, and many more historical sites. After lunch on your own, transfer to the venue and rehearse. This evening, you will give your concert; venue options include the Church of St. Blasius , Church of St. Ignatius , Church of St. Dominique.

Afterwards, enjoy a dinner in hotel (B,D)

  Your third concert performance will be today



Depart  Dubrovnik after breakfast and return for home .