Croatia Tour Guide: 10 Days Itinerary of Beautiful Croatia (2021)
Croatia is one of the popular European countries where visitors like to spend 7 to 10 days during the summer months. Most visitors come from Europe and North America. The frequent visiting tourists come from a neighboring European country. Frequent visitors spend most of their time in the coastal town of Croatia. The international tourists from North America, Asia, Australia, and Africa often spend 3 to 4 days at Zagreb before taking a tour of the country.
Tourists in Croatia travel as a family, small group, or large group. Most tourists travel by rental car, private bus or train. Most visitors drive or take a train to the northern coastal town of Croatia known as Pula. The drive to Pula from Zagreb is about 4 hours. Tourists spend about 2 or 3 days at Pula. Tourists visit Mali Lošinj and nearby cities like Motovun, Rovinj, and Rijeka that is at a driving distance of 1 hour. The tourist continuing their tour to cities located in the south of Croatia then drive to the city of Zadar. Most visitors often stop at wonderful Plitvice National Park on the way to Zedar. Tourists need to spend 2 to 4 hours at Plitvice National Park to see the landscapes, lakes, and waterfalls. Most stay at Zedar for one night. Tourists will drive further south to the city of Split from Zader.
Visitors should stay 2 to 3 nights at Split to see all attractions in Split and the surrounding area. During 3 days stay, visitors can see all the attractions of the city of Split as well as the city of Hvar and Korcula.
The last stop is the city of Dubrovnik, where tourists spend one night before returning to Zagreb or proceed to other neighboring countries. Few tourists may like to visit the island of Mali Losinj and island Viz. The visit to these places may need an additional 3 to 4 days of stay.