Croatia Guided and Private Tours
Croatia is a dream destination and this annual tour organized by Spring Travel Service in Hamilton, Ontario, will show you the best of it. In just two weeks, with plenty of elegance and adventure, you will discover major highlights of Croatia, Slovenia, Germany, Italy, France and Austria. Delicious food, charming hotels, stunning architecture, great nature, friendly people and multitude of history and culture wait for you.
Traveling in Croatia is a rewarding experience. This is a timeless country with something for everyone. That's why it's one of our most popular summer destinations. Rich history, breathtaking nature, the endless Adriatic coastline, crystal clear waters, classic architecture, vibrant culture, delicious cuisine, spectacular National Parks, and a warm climate await you in this Mediterranean heaven. Our comprehensive Croatia vacation packages cover everything you need. From working with our expert trip planners to craft your dream Croatia itinerary to the moment you step on the plane to return home, you're in the best hands. Our partnering team in Croatia is on hand every step of the way fluent in both English and Croatian.
Some of the benefits of working with Spring Travel Service include:
- Anna's expert advice – Croatia and its surrounding countries are all we do!
- Flexibility structured to your schedule and deadlines
- Authentic experiences and unique behind-the-scenes opportunities
- Support from our on-the-ground team while you are in country during your travels
- Professional individualized attention to detail and execution of a well-planned trip
- Beautiful, detailed proposals and detailed travel documentation
- Excellent value pricing, as we work directly with hotel management and suppliers
- Remarkable memories to last a lifetime!
- Croatia Has it All Cuisine, Winery, Scenery, History and beautiful geography!
Croatian cities are famous around the world:
The capital and Croatia’s largest city is Zagreb, typically Central European capital city full of several historical and artistic tourist sights and a café culture that must be experienced in person. Other cities are Dubrovnik walled city on the Adriatic Sea where popular TV show ‘Game of Thrones’ was filmed and ancient walls that surround the city are just one feature of its stunning architecture and sculptural detail, Along Croatia's Adriatic coast you'll find the history-steeped ancient preserved old town of Trogir which is known for its mix of Renaissance, baroque and Romanesque buildings. The 13th-century Cathedral of St Lawrence houses the Renaissance Chapel of St. John.
Parts of the medieval city walls remain intact, An idyllic UNESCO-listed walled town close to the historic port city Split Itself a UNESCO World Heritage Site with the old city built in and around Roman emperor Diocletian's Palace, Zadar with its signature sights, the Sea Organ and the Greeting to the Sun is an oft-overlooked gem (a marble-clad, traffic-free old town, following the old Roman street plan and whose lively café scene and dazzling ruins bring the little town to life), Korcula (which houses Marco Polo’s birthplace), Hvar bills itself as Europe's sunniest island is almost certainly Croatia's most famous isle (a party island while at the same time agriculturally abundant in olive groves, fruit orchards and lavender fields) and many more, Brac is a firm favorite of families and best known for the white-pebble beach Zlatni Rat (Golden Cape-Beach), Vis is home to the legendary Blue Cave and even though this small island starred in Mamma Mia 2, it still retains an air of exclusivity, Nature-lovers should consider Mljet a forested gem, far from the coast.
Pula in Istria region (whose amphitheater is home to the sixth largest surviving Roman arena built around the 1st century AD), Round out your trip in Rovinj in Istria, Croatia's Tuscany, complete with Venetian-era bell towers. In Motovun and Groznjan, a timeless medieval hilltop village. Opatija is a Croatian coastal town on the Adriatic Sea. A fashionable resort in the 19th century, it's dotted with Habsburg-era villas. The 1800s Villa Angiolina, set in a garden of exotic plants, houses the Croatian Museum of Tourism. Parts of St. Jacob’s Church date from the 16th century. Varazdin is a city on the Drava River, in northern Croatia. It’s known for its baroque and rococo architecture, including the 17th century Sermage Palace, displaying Croatian and international old masters and modern paintings.
Finally, the inland lakes and waterfalls of National Park Plitvice Lakes in National park Krka and National Park Brijuni are world most unique water and lake tourist attractions along with Adriatic Sea's hidden town of Vodice and Sibenik with their incredible hotel complex of Hotel Olympia Sky and Amadria.
ARE YOU READY TO EXPLORE BEAUTIFUL CROATIA? Call Anna at Spring Travel Service Ltd today!