Zagreb Plitvice Zadar tourTanja Gulija2021-05-26T19:37:12+00:00
ZAGREB – PLITVICE – ZADAR TOUR
Day tour from Zagreb to Zadar with Plitvice Lakes national park & Rastoke millers village
Make your own itinerary travelling from Zagreb to Zadar
Zagreb via Plitvice to Zadar tour
Transfer from Zagreb to Zadar is a great opportunity to make it a day tour with a visit to Plitvice lakes, the most beautiful Croatian national park which is listed on the UNESCO heritage list. Don’t miss a perfect opportunity to get to know this Georges part of Croatia.
HIGHLIGHTS: fully private tour departure every day Rastoke millers village sightseeing Plitvice Lakes sightseeing (boat and bus ride included)
Day tour from Zagreb to Zadar via Plitvice lakes itinerary
This day trip can be a part of your bigger travel through Croatia. It starts in Zagreb when we pick you up at your accommodation. This way you don’t need to worry about your luggage because it will be with us all the time.
Your first stop will be at Rastoke millers village. This village is a great intro in the park itself. People call it Little Plitvice because it’s waterfalls like in the Lakes, just with little mills, houses built in between them. It is a great place where you have time to take photos or if the tour starts early to have a cup of coffee or tea on a terrace over the noisy falls.
Just 30 minutes away and you will arrive at Plitvice Lakes national park. This park has all the superlatives depicting it – the oldest, the most visited, the biggest… You can choose the route of your visit and how much time you wish to spend here. Usually we take a walk through Upper and Lower Lakes which takes approximately 4 hours (we always adjust the walk to our clients).
A bit less than 2 hours and you will be in Zadar. The guide will leave you at your accommodation.
Plitvice lakes National park is first national park in Croatia established in 1949. In 1979, Plitvice Lakes National Park became protected by UNESCO Heritage register among the first natural sites worldwide, in recognition of its outstanding natural beauty and undisturbed production of travertine through chemical and biological action. Plitvice Lakes Park is recognized as an astonishing natural monument for the benefit and enjoyment of travelers. The Plitvice lakes continuously provide inspiration for visitors as one of Croatia’s most popular natural attraction. Million of people from all over the world visit the Park every year. Hiking is a common activity with organized programs for park visitors, other possible activities include: electric boat and train ride, rowing, cycling and skiing.
Plitvice simple facts: *one of the most beautiful natural sights in Europe *more than 1.200.000 visitors each year *1979 listed on the UNESCO List *famous for its 16 lakes that are arranged in cascades *became famous through Western film productions of Karl May’s novels
Rastoke millers’ village is picturesque small village on the road to Plitvice lakes in place Slunj. It is perfect place to enjoy in morning coffee on fresh air by the waterfalls. The Millers Village is sitting on top of waterfalls of river Slunčica. The village is composed by old watermills and authentic houses between many waterfalls and small lakes.
HOMELAND WAR MUSEUM KARLOVAC
Turanj military complex is located near city Karlovac. The museum witness to the interesting and abundant military past of the town of Karlovac… MORE ABOUT WAR MUSEUM
Yes, the guide will be with you during the whole tour, including inside the Plitvice Lakes National park. The guide will make the whole sightseeing much easier for you and give you the liberty to focus not on the time schedule but on the enjoying part of the tour.