Zagreb to Split transfer and tour of Plitvice lakes includes
- Transfer between Split and Zagreb
- Free Pick-up and drop off at your accommodation
- Private Air conditioned transportation by car or minivan
- Private English speaking licensed tour guide
- Wi-Fi during the tour
- Visit to Rastoke millers village
- Plitvice Lakes guided tour
- Easy cancellation
- Duration 9 hours
- Entrance fees for the National park Plitvice lakes (boat and bus ride)
- Croatia Homeland war museum in Turanj
- Start/end of tour in Split, Dubrovnik, Zadar, Ljubljana or Istria
- Coffee break at the Rastoke millers village
- Local food tasting (cheese tasting at a local dairy farm)
- Lunch in local restaurant
Day tour from Zagreb to Split via Plitvice lakes
This tour starts in the morning when our driver picks you up at your accommodation in Zagreb. The itinerary depends on you and how you wish to spend your day.
First stop is one hour and a half from Zagreb. Rastoke millers village will give you an insight of what is waiting for you at the Lakes. Famous by the legends of fairies playing in the village, this place has two elements, tranquility of the houses and playfulness of the noisy waterfalls. It is a perfect stop to refresh yourself and enjoy the scenery.
Just 30 minutes away and you will arrive at Plitvice Lakes National Park. 16 lakes connected with stunning waterfalls will take your breath away and even more, you won’t be able to choose a sight for a perfect photo. The duration of your visit to the Lakes is up to you. The route can be from approximately 1,5 hours to the longest option of 4 to 5 hours. Our guide will be with you inside the park too so you don’t need to worry about routes and signs, you can just enjoy the scenery.
A bit less than 3 hours and you will be in Split. The guide will leave you at your accommodation.
Zagreb to Split with Plitvice lakes tour prices
* babies and children: Free
PLITVICE LAKES NATIONAL PARK
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
MORE ABOUT PLITVICE LAKES
RASTOKE MILLERS’ VILLAGE
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
Transfer from Zagreb to Split via Plitvice Map