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Top Wine Regions of Slovenia & Croatia

Wine culture is the common thread across most European countries and even the smaller countries of the Old Continent such as Croatia and Slovenia have several wine regions each. This wine-themed tour of Croatia and Slovenia, with an emphasis on visiting the top wine-producing regions of both countries, is the best way to try and enjoy a broad palette of reds and whites in both countries. Along the way, you’ll be spoiled with the best gastronomy each part of both countries has to offer.

You will begin your wine story with Maribor in eastern Slovenia, a historic wine-growing area. Heading west, you’ll stop Brda, the so-called Tuscany of Slovenia. Next to the Istrian peninsula, the most charming region of Croatia. So far most of the wines you’ll have tried will have been on the lighter side, but that’s about to change. Further south along Croatia’s coast to Dalmatia and the cities of Zadar and Split, with visits to their countryside surroundings. Then it’s time for some island time. Beautiful Hvar and Korcula islands with their rich reds and distinctive whites. Back on the mainland, you will visit Croatia’s most prominent wine region, the Peljesac peninsula. The final flourish of this journey is the magic of historical Dubrovnik. This journey is a must for all oenophiles!

This comprehensive travel package includes boutique accommodation, private and small group winery and wine tours, city tours and gastronomy related experiences. Transportation between destinations is a combination of public ferry service and private car transfers including stops at renowned local wineries on the route.

In addition to the tours included we can arrange a number of excursions based on your own interests. All of our tours are custom, and this is just a sample meant to give an idea of what our trips are like, and the opportunities our destinations provide.

One of our team members in the region will be available to you leading up to and during your trip to answer any questions and arrange local services. You will receive access to your Guest Page, with its information on the best these destinations have to offer, including things to see and do, and other inside tips from restaurant recommendations to tipping advice. Upon arrival, we will provide you with a local cell phone that you can use to reach your local JayWay contact (who you will meet in person) throughout your trip. In all of our destinations, we offer a variety of memorable 3-5 star accommodation options, including boutique hotels, charming B&Bs, and spacious apartments. With our first-hand experience, we can ensure they are all clean, comfortable, and centrally located, with local ambience.

Route for Maribor, Piran, Rovinj, Zadar, Split, Hvar, Korcula, Dubrovnik tour

2 Nights in Maribor

2 Nights in Maribor

3 days in Maribor
3 days in Maribor

2 Nights in Maribor

Despite being the nation’s second-largest city, Maribor has only about a third of the population of Ljubljana and often feels more like an overgrown provincial town. It has no unmissable sights but oozes charm thanks to its delightfully patchy Old Town along the Drava River. Pedestrianised central streets buzz with cafes and student life, and the riverside Lent district hosts a major summer arts festival. Maribor is the gateway to the Maribor Pohorje, a hilly recreational area to the southwest, and the Mariborske and Slovenske Gorice wine-growing regions to the north and east.

Despite being the nation’s second-largest city, Maribor has only about a third of the population of Ljubljana and often feels more like an overgrown provincial town. It has no unmissable sights but oozes charm thanks to its delightfully patchy Old Town along the Drava River. Pedestrianised central streets buzz with cafes and student life, and the riverside Lent district hosts a major summer arts festival. Maribor is the gateway to the Maribor Pohorje, a hilly recreational area to the southwest, and the Mariborske and Slovenske Gorice wine-growing regions to the north and east.

Day 1

Day 1 - Arrival in Maribor

Upon arrival to Ljubljana airport we will arrange for a private driver to welcome you and take you directly to Maribor. The drive from Ljubljana airport to Maribor will take around 1h30min.

Maribor Private Walking Tour

Meet Maribor

Included in your vacation package price.

This tour is an easy three-kilometer walk from the city castle to the banks of the Drava River and back. On the way, you'll learn about Maribor's history, from the foundation of a now-ruined castle on Piramida Hill to the construction of a fortified city. You'll also see how the arrival of the railroad brought the city to new heights, and hear many local stories and legends. Near the river, you'll see the Old Vine, the world's longest-living grapevine, which is still used to make wine.


Activity Level : Light
Duration : 2 hours

Get a Taste of Maribor

Suggestion to explore on your own

Take it easy the first night and head to Gostilna ("Restaurant") Maribor – where stories from the past are intertwined with contemporary culinary experiences. Located on the Main Square, this place focuses on local cuisine, often reminding locals of visits to their own grandparents. You can try freshly baked bread, minced lard, beef soup, fried chicken, esigflajš (meat salad), žemljice (bread buns) and goulash, apple strudel, apricot dumplings, and don't hesitate to try the local house beer, Rudolf.

Get a Taste of Maribor

Day 2

Day 2 - Your First Full Day in Maribor

Ptuj Half-Day Private Tour

Pleasing Ptuj

Please ask your travel advisor for the cost to add this to your package

Enjoy a short drive to Ptuj, a town with magnificent architecture and an intriguing history. From an underground wine cellar to the soaring Castle Hill, you'll see all sides of the city as your guide tells you more about the rich and volatile history that makes Ptuj what it is today. Part of that history is the importance of the annual carnival here, so you'll also get a chance to look at an incredible collection of carnival masks.


Activity Level : Light
Duration : 5 hours

Day 3

Day 3 - Traveling to Piran by Private Transfer

Today you will be traveling from Maribor to Piran. After getting picked up at your accommodations, you'll stop at Ljubljana, the picturesque Slovenian capital, where you'll enjoy an hourlong guided tour (entrances no included). Afterwards, you'll have some free time to enjoy the city on your own. The driving time is three hours, and you can spend up to four hours in Ljubljana.

2 Nights in Piran

2 Nights in Piran

3 days in Piran
3 days in Piran

2 Nights in Piran

Although it predates the Romans, most of Piran dates back to medieval and renaissance times, when it was one of the Venetian Republic's ports.Walking around the town, its Venetian influences are quite clear, especially the church steeple crowning the Old Town. Take a stroll down Piran's charming narrow streets, chill out on one of its beaches and experience true small town charm on the Adriatic!

Although it predates the Romans, most of Piran dates back to medieval and renaissance times, when it was one of the Venetian Republic's ports.Walking around the town, its Venetian influences are quite clear, especially the church steeple crowning the Old Town. Take a stroll down Piran's charming narrow streets, chill out on one of its beaches and experience true small town charm on the Adriatic!

Day 3

Day 3 - Arrival in Piran

When you arrive in Piran, your driver will take you directly to your accommodation.

Day 4

Day 4 - Your First Full Day in Piran

Private Tour to Brda, the Tuscany of Slovenia

Private Tour to Brda, the Tuscany of Slovenia

Included in your vacation package price.

Get ready for a full day of experiencing authentic Slovenia as you tour the countryside, stopping at some of the region's best wineries to sample local vintages along with homemade food. Your driver will pick you up at your accommodation and whisk you away for this day of indulging in the real Slovenia.


Activity Level : Easy
Duration : 10 hours

Day 5

Day 5 - Traveling to Rovinj by Private Transfer

It's time to trade Slovenia for Croatia's beautiful Istrian Peninsula. A private driver will pick you up at your accommodations in Piran and take you to Rovinj. Along the way, you'll stop at the Kozlovic Winery in Buje, one of Croatia's leading wineries, where you'll enjoy a wine tasting. You'll also visit the scenic hilltop town of Groznjan, featured on Croatian currency and known for its artist's colony.

Rovinj by Private Transfer with stops at Kozlovic Winery and Groznjan

2 Nights in Rovinj

2 Nights in Rovinj

3 days in Rovinj
3 days in Rovinj

2 Nights in Rovinj

Rovinj used to go by Rovigno, and to Italian-speakers it still does. This city was once part of the Republic of Venice, which is evident from the street names in Italian to the Venetian architectural flourishes, such as the bell tower that crowns the town. This laid-back spot has a full cultural calendar, with numerous festivals taking place in the warmer months. We’ll help you get to know the local culture, with possible activities like a local wine tasting, a fish cooking masterclass with a local chef, or a truffle hunting adventure in nearby Croatia. Then, to work up an appetite for your next delicious meal, you could rent bikes and cruise through the breathtaking Zlatni Rt Park. You’ll definitely want to visit the local market too. History buffs will love visiting the local cultural heritage museum, which gives great insight into the region. When you’re ready to get in the car, a day trip to Pula is always fun. This busy port town hosts a large market packed with delectable local specialities, and also boasts a Roman amphitheater. You could even arrange a full-day private tour through the gorgeous region of Istria, where more delights await you inland.

Rovinj used to go by Rovigno, and to Italian-speakers it still does. This city was once part of the Republic of Venice, which is evident from the street names in Italian to the Venetian architectural flourishes, such as the bell tower that crowns the town. This laid-back spot has a full cultural calendar, with numerous festivals taking place in the warmer months. We’ll help you get to know the local culture, with possible activities like a local wine tasting, a fish cooking masterclass with a local chef, or a truffle hunting adventure in nearby Croatia. Then, to work up an appetite for your next delicious meal, you could rent bikes and cruise through the breathtaking Zlatni Rt Park. You’ll definitely want to visit the local market too. History buffs will love visiting the local cultural heritage museum, which gives great insight into the region. When you’re ready to get in the car, a day trip to Pula is always fun. This busy port town hosts a large market packed with delectable local specialities, and also boasts a Roman amphitheater. You could even arrange a full-day private tour through the gorgeous region of Istria, where more delights await you inland.

Day 5

Day 5 - Arrival in Rovinj

Your driver will take you directly to your accommodation when you arrive in Rovinj.

Day 6

Day 6 - Your First Full Day in Rovinj

Istria noTourist Wine Small-Group Tour

Istria noTourist Wine Small Group Tour

Included in your vacation package price.

“noTourist” means that this tour's mood friendly and laid-back. Connoisseurs and amateurs alike will find this trip enjoyable, as it avoids wineries that have become tourist traps in favor of quieter places known for their quality, and a traditional local lunch. You'll get the opportunity to delve deep into what makes Istrian wines special while enjoying the area's rolling hills and scenic vistas.


Activity Level : Easy
Duration : 4-5 hours

Taste Istria

Suggested activities for an additional cost, depending on your choice

A long coastline abutting a clear blue sea, verdant nature inland, plenty of natural, historical, and cultural sights and unforgettable views from hilly villages. Yes, you're right, we're talking about Istria! One more thing which makes Istria a perfect destination is the cuisine, which reflects the geographic, historic, and climatic characteristics of the peninsula. It is based mostly on seafood, olive oil, vegetables, aromatic herbs, and very good wines. Pick one of our day tours and enjoy a fish cooking class, or even try your luck in truffle hunting.

Cooking Class - Secrets of Fish Filleting and Grilling

Cooking Class - Secrets of Fish Filleting and Grilling

Suggested activities for an additional cost, depending on your choice

The dishes you will prepare in this special cooking class reflect the seasonal best from Pula's fish market that day. You'll first learn how to easily clean and fillet fish and seafood. Then you'll start creating an amazing meal, including seafood pasta, seafood risotto, fish carpaccio, and more. If the weather allows, the wood-fired barbecue will be ready to receive the fish. In case of bad weather, don't worry, the oven and a good heavy-bottom pan can do miracles. And for your sweet tooth, you'll bake a traditional Istrian dessert paired with dark chocolate mousse prepared with extra virgin olive oil.


Activity Level : Easy
Duration : 7 hours

Adventure Truffle Hunting Group Tour

Adventure Truffle Hunting Group Tour

Suggested activities for an additional cost, depending on your choice

If you love truffles you've come to the right place. Near Lake Butoniga in central Istria, you'll experience a landscape rich with truffles. Upon arrival, the host will greet you with a welcome drink and tasty truffle treats. Then it's time for adventure! With your host and his dog, you will walk to locations where truffles grow, and with a little luck and persistence, you will find some of these precious delicacies. Later you will go back to the host's house, where you will enjoy a traditional dish with just-picked fresh truffles and a glass of wine, served amidst authentic Istrian ambiance.


Activity Level : Moderate
Duration : 4 hours

Day 7

Day 7 - Traveling to Zadar by Private Transfer

Today you'll be picked up from your accommodations at Rovinj, and taken to Split. En route, you'll enjoy a wine tasting at one of the leaders of the Novi Vinodolski wine region, Wine House Pavlomir. This area's wine production dates back to Roman times. In the Vinodol Valley, whose name comes from the Roman "Vallis Vineari," you'll see what local wines have long been carefully regulated by law, and happily celebrated in poetry. With the stop, this non-guided transfer takes about 7.5 hours.

Zadar by Private Transfer with Wine Tasting at Novi Vinodolski

1 Night in Zadar

1 Night in Zadar

2 days in Zadar
2 days in Zadar

1 Night in Zadar

Zadar might lack the big name glitz of Split down the coast, but this bustling university city's peninsular Old Town also dates back to Roman times. The central forum and original city gates set the tone. The marbled limestone of the main street, Kalelarga, echoes Dubrovnik's Stradun, but Zadar is very much its own city, as evidenced by installations like the wave-powered Sea Organ and the showy Greeting to the Sun. When in Zadar, be sure to find a vantage point along the Riva (waterfront) to admire what Hitchcock considered "the most beautiful sunset in the world, more beautiful than the one in Key West...applauded at every evening". As well as exploring the historic sites of Zadar's Old Town, there's plenty to do in the region. The Plitvice, Krka, Paklenica, and Kornati Islands National Parks are all within easy reach for day trips, either with an organized group, private guide, or on your own by rental car. If you want to spend a little time on the beach, there are several sandy beaches in the area, a relative rarity in Croatia, including the Nin lagoon, which is often regarded Croatia's most beautiful beach.

Zadar might lack the big name glitz of Split down the coast, but this bustling university city's peninsular Old Town also dates back to Roman times. The central forum and original city gates set the tone. The marbled limestone of the main street, Kalelarga, echoes Dubrovnik's Stradun, but Zadar is very much its own city, as evidenced by installations like the wave-powered Sea Organ and the showy Greeting to the Sun. When in Zadar, be sure to find a vantage point along the Riva (waterfront) to admire what Hitchcock considered "the most beautiful sunset in the world, more beautiful than the one in Key West...applauded at every evening". As well as exploring the historic sites of Zadar's Old Town, there's plenty to do in the region. The Plitvice, Krka, Paklenica, and Kornati Islands National Parks are all within easy reach for day trips, either with an organized group, private guide, or on your own by rental car. If you want to spend a little time on the beach, there are several sandy beaches in the area, a relative rarity in Croatia, including the Nin lagoon, which is often regarded Croatia's most beautiful beach.

Day 7

Day 7 - Arrival in Zadar

When you arrive in Zadar your driver will bring you straight to your accommodation.

Sunset Promenade

Suggestion to explore on your own

Zadar is the city where you can watch the best sunset in Croatia, and certainly one of the world’s most atmospheric. Take a walk on a long seafront with an amazing view and enjoy the sounds of the Sea Organ - a unique art installation where waves flowing into holes produce a special melody.

Sunset Promenade

Day 8

Day 8 - Traveling to Hvar by Private Transfer & Ferry, via Split

Today you'll head to Roman Split. After getting picked up at your accommodations in Zadar, you'll taste some of Central Dalmatia's best wines, at the Bibich Winery. We can add additional stops to this non-guided transfer, such as the beautiful town of Sibenik, and Krka Waterfalls, both of which are UNESCO sites, if for very different regions. Including the two-hour stop at Bibich, this trip takes four hours.

Split by Private Transfer with Bibich Winery Stop

Day Stop in Split

Day Stop in Split

1 days in Split
1 days in Split

Day Stop in Split

The Roman Emperor Diocletian made Split his home in the 4th Century AD, building a vast palace complex on the waterfront that stands to this day. In fact several of the accommodation options we offer in Split are nestled inside its ancient walls. These days there is an embankment in front of Diocletian's palace but the water used to go right up to the main wall. It's on this man-made strip of land that you'll find the Riva, a pedestrian promenade bustling with life. Split's UNESCO listed Old Town is contained within these old walls and is a pedestrian-only maze that it is quite easy, but fun, to get lost in. Who know what romantic hidden cafés you might find in one of the narrow streets and alleyways? To get the best out of your time in Split, however, we recommend taking a tour with a local guide. Split is very well connected for flights, with an international airport a half hour drive away and is a popular stopping point for our guests on their way between Dubrovnik and the islands of Hvar, Vis, or Korcula, all easily reached by a ferry from Split's port. If you base yourself in Split for a few days, you will find it is also perfect located for visits to some of Croatia's most stunning national parks.

The Roman Emperor Diocletian made Split his home in the 4th Century AD, building a vast palace complex on the waterfront that stands to this day. In fact several of the accommodation options we offer in Split are nestled inside its ancient walls. These days there is an embankment in front of Diocletian's palace but the water used to go right up to the main wall. It's on this man-made strip of land that you'll find the Riva, a pedestrian promenade bustling with life. Split's UNESCO listed Old Town is contained within these old walls and is a pedestrian-only maze that it is quite easy, but fun, to get lost in. Who know what romantic hidden cafés you might find in one of the narrow streets and alleyways? To get the best out of your time in Split, however, we recommend taking a tour with a local guide. Split is very well connected for flights, with an international airport a half hour drive away and is a popular stopping point for our guests on their way between Dubrovnik and the islands of Hvar, Vis, or Korcula, all easily reached by a ferry from Split's port. If you base yourself in Split for a few days, you will find it is also perfect located for visits to some of Croatia's most stunning national parks.

Day 8 - Day Stop in Split

Day 8 - Day Stop in Split

It's time to visit the fantastic island of Hvar! Your driver will take you directly to Split port from where you will be taking a ferry to Hvar. The ferry port is in the city center and we'll provide tickets to the ferry based on your preferred departure time.

Hvar by Ferry

2 Nights in Hvar

2 Nights in Hvar

3 days in Hvar
3 days in Hvar

2 Nights in Hvar

One of the gems of the Adriatic, Hvar is more than a beautiful coastal town. It’s also an ancient epicenter of culture, boasting the oldest communal theater in Europe, and a stunning medieval fortress dating back to the 7th century. There’s a little bit of everything here, from history and architecture to modern culture, outdoor adventures and isolated beaches. Whether you want a vacation that’s action-packed or something more relaxing, Hvar will offer more than enough variety to please you. The longest of the Adriatic islands, Hvar’s fertile landscape makes it perfect for growing grapes, giving you several local vineyards to visit. Be sure to sample the local cuisine, which emphasizes freshly caught fish, warm bread, and vegetables grown on the island. We can offer a tasting tour at the finest local vineyards. Those seeking an active vacation will not be disappointed either, as there are several possibilities for sailing, swimming, exploring the sea caves along the coast. You can also take a hike in Hvar's many hills, or go offroad with a local guide. This is a relaxing destination with warm locals. It’s an ideal summer vacation spot.

One of the gems of the Adriatic, Hvar is more than a beautiful coastal town. It’s also an ancient epicenter of culture, boasting the oldest communal theater in Europe, and a stunning medieval fortress dating back to the 7th century. There’s a little bit of everything here, from history and architecture to modern culture, outdoor adventures and isolated beaches. Whether you want a vacation that’s action-packed or something more relaxing, Hvar will offer more than enough variety to please you. The longest of the Adriatic islands, Hvar’s fertile landscape makes it perfect for growing grapes, giving you several local vineyards to visit. Be sure to sample the local cuisine, which emphasizes freshly caught fish, warm bread, and vegetables grown on the island. We can offer a tasting tour at the finest local vineyards. Those seeking an active vacation will not be disappointed either, as there are several possibilities for sailing, swimming, exploring the sea caves along the coast. You can also take a hike in Hvar's many hills, or go offroad with a local guide. This is a relaxing destination with warm locals. It’s an ideal summer vacation spot.

Day 8

Day 8 - Arrival in Hvar

When you arrive in the port of Hvar town, you will be met at the closest pick up point and brought to your accommodation.

Day 9

Day 9 - Your First Full Day in Hvar

Hvar Wine Tasting Small-Group Tour

Hvar Wine Tasting Small Group Tour

Included in your vacation package price.

Wines from Hvar have become very competitive at international wine fairs, and are now among the best wines in Croatia. This is fully guided tour that will teach you more about these excellent vintages. In a cozy wine cellar you will taste local wines along with an expert guide who will describe the individual wines in an entertaining way and provide information worth knowing about the excellent regional varieties you can sample. It's easy to lose track of time while tasting wine, so please bring enough time with you!


Activity Level : Easy
Duration : 4 hours

Day 10

Day 10 - Traveling to Korcula by Ferry

Today, a taxi will bring you from your accommodation to Hvar's port for the 2-hour ferry ride to the tranquil island of Korcula.

Ferry to Korcula

2 Nights in Korcula

2 Nights in Korcula

3 days in Korcula
3 days in Korcula

2 Nights in Korcula

One of the best-preserved medieval towns in the Mediterranean, Korcula is instantly recognizable from its red-roofed houses and stunning walled-in Old Town, which juts out into the sea. Two of the biggest attractions are the Cathedral of St. Marco and Marco Polo's original home. One of the greenest islands on the Adriatic, Korcula is poised on the edge of nature on both sides, with rolling hills for hiking and biking behind it, and incredible beaches along the coast. This is the ideal stopover between Dubrovnik and Hvar, and is a pleasant destination for a several-day stay. The island produces some of the region’s finest white wines. Just a brief ferry ride away, the neighboring Peljesac peninsula produces amazing red wines. Mljet, a stunning lake with an island complete with its own monastery, is one of the most impressive day trips from Korcula. You can also take the opportunity to go fishing in the alluring blue waters off the coast, or explore the nearby islands by boat. One of the most unique activities in Korcula is Moreska, an incredible combat dance performance performed by knights with swords. But even if you stay in town, there’s plenty to see. Korcula has a long, varied history going back to the ancient Greeks. The local cultural museums are the best way to get in touch with the past here, even as you enjoy the best Korcula has to offer today.

One of the best-preserved medieval towns in the Mediterranean, Korcula is instantly recognizable from its red-roofed houses and stunning walled-in Old Town, which juts out into the sea. Two of the biggest attractions are the Cathedral of St. Marco and Marco Polo's original home. One of the greenest islands on the Adriatic, Korcula is poised on the edge of nature on both sides, with rolling hills for hiking and biking behind it, and incredible beaches along the coast. This is the ideal stopover between Dubrovnik and Hvar, and is a pleasant destination for a several-day stay. The island produces some of the region’s finest white wines. Just a brief ferry ride away, the neighboring Peljesac peninsula produces amazing red wines. Mljet, a stunning lake with an island complete with its own monastery, is one of the most impressive day trips from Korcula. You can also take the opportunity to go fishing in the alluring blue waters off the coast, or explore the nearby islands by boat. One of the most unique activities in Korcula is Moreska, an incredible combat dance performance performed by knights with swords. But even if you stay in town, there’s plenty to see. Korcula has a long, varied history going back to the ancient Greeks. The local cultural museums are the best way to get in touch with the past here, even as you enjoy the best Korcula has to offer today.

Day 10

Day 10 - Arrival in Korcula

When you arrive at the port in Korcula, you'll be met and brought to your accommodation.

Croatia Premium Private Wine Tasting

Croatia Premium Private Wine Tasting

Included in your vacation package price.

Wine lovers are in for a special day! You'll taste some of the best local wines and learn all about the ancient tradition of winemaking in the region. Whether you're already an expert or you're a total beginner, you'll have a great time tasting these wines and also some light bites. There's no better way to get to know the rich diversity of wines from this region.


Activity Level : Easy
Duration : 1 hour 15 minutes

Day 11

Day 11 - Your First Full Day in Korcula

Private Korcula Island Tour

Private Korcula Island Tour

Included in your vacation package price.

Enjoy a truly local island experience with this private excursion and tour of Korcula. The tour starts from a lookout point over the Old Town and bay. From there, continue to Pupnat, the island's oldest village. A pleasant drive takes you through famous vineyards to a wine museum where you'll enjoy some tastings. Your next stop is in the hilltops of Kneze, where you'll have breathtaking views of Korcula and the Peljesac peninsula. Your final stop is the fishing village of Lumbarda where you will visit a vineyard for some more of excellent local wine.


Activity Level : Light
Duration : 5 hours

Day 12

Day 12 - Traveling to Dubrovnik by Private Car

Today you'll head down the coast to Dubrovnik. En route, you'll visit one of Croatia's best wine regions, the Peljesac Peninsula, the mountainous stretch of land across from Korcula. There, you can find some of Croatia's most prestigious wines, especially Plavac Mali, made from local Postup and Dingac varietals. We have included tastings at two wineries that are leaders in producing this special type of wine, as well as a lunch. After this non-guided transfers, you'll arrive in Dubrovnik in the afternoon. Your local Jayway representative will provide all necessary information, and offer suggestions.

Dubrovnik by Private Transfer with Matusko and Saint Hills Stops with Snacks Included

2 Nights in Dubrovnik

2 Nights in Dubrovnik

3 days in Dubrovnik
3 days in Dubrovnik

2 Nights in Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik offers an unusual blend of modern culture and ancient traditions. Marble-like polished limestone streets, a labyrinth of alleyways, and breathtaking architecture compose the unique atmosphere of the Old Town. You’ll experience a true variety of sightseeing, leisure, and outdoor adventures here. Dubrovnik’s most stunning feature is the 82-foot tall city wall which extends more than a mile. Game of Thrones fans will be in luck, as we offer a special tour to local set locations. King’s Landing never looked so good! There’s a rich selection of live performances for music lovers here, as concerts are performed daily, and in July and August the Dubrovnik Summer Festival of music, theatre and dance brings incredible performers from around the world. The nightlife is also exciting, with restaurants, cafes and bars that will keep you socializing until dawn. You’ll be staying in beautiful accommodation within short walking distance to all the major sites, so you’ll be able to sample a little of everything. But there are also several exciting day trips and cruises to enjoy. From kayaking through hidden coves to an authentic Croatian cooking class, vineyard tours, and trips as far afield as Montenegro, you’ll have more than enough to fill your itinerary.

Dubrovnik offers an unusual blend of modern culture and ancient traditions. Marble-like polished limestone streets, a labyrinth of alleyways, and breathtaking architecture compose the unique atmosphere of the Old Town. You’ll experience a true variety of sightseeing, leisure, and outdoor adventures here. Dubrovnik’s most stunning feature is the 82-foot tall city wall which extends more than a mile. Game of Thrones fans will be in luck, as we offer a special tour to local set locations. King’s Landing never looked so good! There’s a rich selection of live performances for music lovers here, as concerts are performed daily, and in July and August the Dubrovnik Summer Festival of music, theatre and dance brings incredible performers from around the world. The nightlife is also exciting, with restaurants, cafes and bars that will keep you socializing until dawn. You’ll be staying in beautiful accommodation within short walking distance to all the major sites, so you’ll be able to sample a little of everything. But there are also several exciting day trips and cruises to enjoy. From kayaking through hidden coves to an authentic Croatian cooking class, vineyard tours, and trips as far afield as Montenegro, you’ll have more than enough to fill your itinerary.

Day 12

Day 12 - Arrival in Dubrovnik

Once you arrive, your driver will bring you directly to your Dubrovnik accommodation.

Dubrovnik Private Walking Tour

Explore Dubrovnik's Center on Foot

Included in your vacation package price.

Today you’ll be exploring the elegant main streets and picturesque paths of Dubrovnik, with your own personal guide. This truly is one of the most beautiful medieval cities on the Adriatic. A walking tour of Old Town will take you to its elegant main street and most of its most important sights: The Franciscan Monastery, Onofrio’s Fountains, Sponza Palace, Orlando’s Column, the City Bell Tower, the Church of St. Blaise (the city’s patron saint), and Rector’s Palace, the seat of the Republic, and the Cathedral. This is the perfect orientational tour of the Old town and will give you the best insight into the rich history of Dubrovnik. You’ll learn what there is to see and do in Dubrovnik and how to get around.


Activity Level : Light
Duration : 1 hour 30 minutes

Day 13

Day 13 - Your First Full Day in Dubrovnik

Private Konavle Food and Wine Tour with Boat Ride

Food and Wine of Konavle Countryside Private Tour with Boat Ride Included

Included in your vacation package price.

South of Dubrovnik lies the seaside town of Cavtat – a jewel of Dubrovnik area with wonderful promenade and undeniable Mediterranean charm. Few stories from the city’s rich history and a pleasant stroll capped of with morning coffee or tea make up a perfect start to this countryside exploration. 

The countryside region of Konavle is stretched between the tall mountains and the deep blue Adriatic Sea. Konavle is a perfect getaway from the urban hustle of Dubrovnik and offers a unique insight into the past for all those willing to explore it. 

This tour is indeed a great opportunity to explore as beautiful but much quieter countryside of always busy Dubrovnik while enjoying its wine and food.


Activity Level : Light
Duration : 6 hours

Day 14

Day 14 - Departure Day

A driver will pick you up at your Dubrovnik accommodation and drop you off at the airport for your departing flight.

What's Included

Here are all the services provided as part of your complete vacation package. See what every JayWay trip includes.
Please let us know if you'd like to upgrade any transfers or add any additional tours or excursions to your itinerary.

Maribor

2 Nights Accommodation
Breakfast (hotels only)
Maribor - Ljubljana Airport Private Transfer
Maribor Private Walking Tour
Maribor - Piran Private Transfer with a stop in Ljubljana

Piran

2 Nights Accommodation
Breakfast (hotels only)
Private Tour to Brda, the Tuscany of Slovenia
Piran - Rovinj Private Transfer with stops at Kozlovic Winery for the Wine Tasting and in Groznjan
Wine Tasting at Kozlovic Winery

Rovinj

2 Nights Accommodation
Breakfast (hotels only)
Istria noTourist Wine Small Group Tour
Rovinj - Zadar Private Transfer with a stop in Novi Vinodolski for Wine Tasting
Wine Tasting at Pavlomir Winery

Zadar

1 Night Accommodation
Breakfast (hotels only)
Zadar - Split Private Transfer with a stop at Bibich Winery for Wine Tasting

Split

Split - Hvar Ferry

Hvar

2 Nights Accommodation
Breakfast (hotels only)
Hvar Port Transfer
Hvar Wine Tasting Small Group Tour
Hvar Port Transfer
Hvar - Korcula Ferry

Korcula

2 Nights Accommodation
Breakfast (hotels only)
Korcula Port Transfer
Croatia Premium Private Wine Tasting
Private Korcula Island Tour
Korcula - Dubrovnik Private Transfer with Stop for Wine Tasting
Wine Tasting at Saint Hills Winery

Dubrovnik

2 Nights Accommodation
Breakfast (hotels only)
Dubrovnik Private Walking Tour
Food and Wine of Konavle Countryside Private Tour with Boat Ride Included
Dubrovnik Airport Departure Transfer
The package excludes:

  • Flights to and from Europe.
  • Tips for Tour Guides, Drivers and Local Reps.
  • Meals (other than breakfast if included in room rate and meals listed as included in food tours and excursions, unless explicitly stated otherwise).
  • Parking fees for your Rental Car (if you are booking one with us) unless otherwise indicated. Some hotels provide free parking facilities.
  • Travel Insurance. See the insurance link on our website
Benefits of Traveling with JayWay

A JayWay vacation is more than the sum of its parts. Our team work tirelessly to ensure your experience is memorable for all the right reasons. Your trip is personalized to maximize your enjoyment. You're taken care of every step of the way.

A Travel Advisor who speaks your language
We will make sure that all your requirements and interests are taken into account in preparing your itinerary.
A totally tailored itinerary for your vacation
Your trip is customized for you by  an experienced trip planner and an expert on the region.
A choice of hand-picked hotels and excursions
We've personally inspected and tested all the hotels and local tour providers we work with to ensure quality.
Detailed pre-trip preparation to make the most of every day
Your Europe-based Tour Manager will be in touch by email and phone a month before you arrive to finalize timings.
On-trip Concierge Service to smooth out any bumps in the road
Our local staff are at your service throughout your journey via the local prepaid cellphone which we provide.
Personalized Guest Page to make sure you're not missing out
Packed with detailed information and recommendations curated by locals on the best things to do, see and eat.

Glowing Reviews from Our Guests

4.9 / 5

Average of our Guest's Ratings of vacation packages including these destinations
Review by Jenna & Matthew

Jenna & Matthew

Massachusetts

The response time was always EXTREMELY fast. JayWay Travel did it all, all we had to do was show up, which was really important to us for our honeymoon. We met true local people that we never would have gotten to know without JayWay.

The response time was always EXTREMELY fast. JayWay Travel did it all, all we had to do was show up, which was really important to us for our honeymoon. We met true local people that we never would have gotten to know without JayWay.

Year : 2020
Visited : Croatia
Itinerary : Split, Hvar, Korcula, Dubrovnik
Rating :
5 / 5
Year : 2020
Visited : Croatia
Itinerary : Split, Hvar, Korcula, Dubrovnik
Rating :
5 / 5
Review by Greg & Sally

Greg & Sally

United Kingdom

Perfect planning and understanding our requirements with a great website and itinerary page. Fantastic customer service.

Perfect planning and understanding our requirements with a great website and itinerary page. Fantastic customer service.

Year : 2019
Visited : Croatia
Itinerary : Dubrovnik, Korcula, Hvar, Split
Rating :
4.8 / 5
Year : 2019
Visited : Croatia
Itinerary : Dubrovnik, Korcula, Hvar, Split
Rating :
4.8 / 5
Review by Megan & Dylan

Megan & Dylan

New Jersey

Would book through JayWay Travel again in a heartbeat.

Would book through JayWay Travel again in a heartbeat.

Year : 2019
Visited : Croatia
Itinerary : Dubrovnik, Korcula, Hvar, Split
Rating :
5 / 5
Year : 2019
Visited : Croatia
Itinerary : Dubrovnik, Korcula, Hvar, Split
Rating :
5 / 5
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