Croatia is an ancient nation, yet a very young nation state. Once a formidable kingdom under Tomislav in the tenth century, a naval power in the sixteenth and seventeenth, and an awakening national entity in the nineteenth, it has had to endure a thousand years of foreign meddling, subjugation, incursions, and outright wars before being recognized in 1992 as a distinct entity. 

To the north and east is the upper arm of the Croatian crescent, is the Pannonian plains. The capital Zagreb, in the Julian Alps a region covered with vines and orchards. To the west and south are the karst plateaus of this region, consisting mostly of limestone, are barren at the highest elevations; lower down, they are heavily forested. The highest mountain in Croatia, Dinara (6,007 feet [1,831 metres]), is located in the central mountain belt. The Istrian Peninsula and the Dalmatian coast extends south for 1,100 miles (1,800 km) of coastline fringed by more than 1,100 islands and islets.


Highlights of Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and SerbiaTour EU408

Treasures of Croatia – 5 Days tour of Zagreb,  Plitvice, Split, Dubrovnik – Tour EU407

Adriatic Highlights – 8 days departing from Dubrovnik to Zagreb – Tour EU405

Croatia Circle Tour – 9 days to Zagreb,Plitvice,Split, Dubrovnik,Trogir,Zadar, Zagreb – Tour EU403

Beauties of the Balkans Tour – 8 days to Montenegro, Albania Macedonia departure from Dubrovnik – Tour EU409

Balkan Grand Tour  – 12 days A Balkan discovery tour to Montenegro Albania. Macedonia from Zagreb Croatia – Tour EU402

Adriatic Island Cruise and Croatian Land Tour – 12 days – Tour EU404