Croatia & Montenegro

Croatia & Montenegro

Visit cultural character capitals of the world in Croatia and Montenegro. With so much to do see and experience, you’re positively spoiled for choice! In Montenegro you must see the city of Herceg Novi, this impressive fortified city is a type of gatekeeper to the Unesco Bay of Kotor (otherwise known as Montenegro's crowning glory). And in Croatia, you cannot miss the most spectacular Roman ruin ‘Diocletian’s Palace in Split’. Today it’s one of many Game of Thrones filming locations, and the fresh pulse of a vibrant budding city.

Croatia and Montenegro offer accessible ports with wide-ranging activities that will delight group travelers, couples and solos alike. With high quality luxury entertainment and natural wildlife offerings, along with specialty massages, history tours and much much more, you’ll barely have time to catch your breath! Indulge in impressive shopping, sunsets and rustic vs elegant settings that will no doubt change your world.


Split is Croatia’s second biggest city and delights visitors with baroque style that showcases sensational natural beauty, churches and museums. Its nightclubs, bars, modern gastronomy and hidden getaway corners are equally engaging, especially when enjoyed in contrast to fantastic, dramatic ruins which overlook the seafront.

Part of the charm in Split are the intricately decorated doorways - which are said to be the crowning feature of its architecture. These unique doors are truly gems, and something to keep an eye out for while out for a city stroll in the sun!

Things To Do in Split:

  • Modern Croatian Dining: try Bokeria, Kadena, Villa Spizat, Uje, Mazzgoon, Re di mare and Zinfandel.
  • Bar Hop: tinker about in town amidst the secret alleyways and corners - try Charlie's Bar and To je to.
  • Brunch: enjoy a long lazy brunch amidst historical ruins with a refreshing sea breeze
  • Visit: Diocletian’s Palace and imagine times of past.


Party in the sunshine, all day long, at Hvar’s après-beach exciting scene! Hvar is known to be ‘The Queen of Croatian Dalmatian Islands’ thanks to its magnificent social scene, pine forests and astounding vegetation. Whether you want to kick up the tempo and party with locals at Hula Hula Hvar, or lounge in luxury while sipping a cocktail, there’s lots of impromptu parties and celebrations to be had.

With the oldest theatre in Europe onsite, there’s also 13th-century walls, the Renaissance-era Hvar Cathedral and a hilltop fortress (history buffs delight!). For fans of flowers and photography, be sure to take a trip inland to behold the natural beauty of lush lavender fields.

Things To Do in HVAR:

  • Explore: some of the close by Islands featuring secluded beaches and coves. Try Pakleni Island!
  • Taste: The signature dish of Hvar: Gregada. It’s a fish stew with premium olive oil. Try it at Giaxa.


It is the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’. If you want to see glorious Gothic Architecture, Monasteries, Renaissance Fountains and palaces, you can’t beat Dubrovnik. This ancient town with Baroque scenery makes for a charming evening stroll, and delightfully different dining.

While you’re soaking up the surroundings, why not dabble in some Dubrovnik domestic wine tastings? Its first real wine bar, D'Vino was established by a half-Croatian, half-Australian in 2008. Its intimate and up-to-date surroundings offer close proximity to nearby Old Town's Stradun - the main street. When you’re finally feeling peckish, sit at a sea-view table at Penatur terrace - Chef Mario Bunda recommends the cream of scampi soup with black truffles.

Things To Do in Dubrovnik:

  • Visit: The Rector's Palace - it’s packed with period costumes, chairs, and paintings of Ragusan Aristocrats.
  • Create: delightful photos with the inimitable ‘Game of Thrones’ natural scenery and settings.

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