Holiday Itinerary Slovenia and Croatia

Day 1 UK/Zagreb

After flying to Zagreb, we will transfer you to Ptuj, Slovenia's oldest town, located on the Drava River. D

Day 2 Ptuj

This morning, we'll head off on a walking tour of this unique town, which boasts a fascinating Roman heritage. The region is also known for its wine-making, so we'll drop by the Ptuj Wine Cellar where, of course, we'll enjoy a tasting of some excellent wines.​ B, D

Day 3 Ptuj - Lake Bled

A day of exploration will take you to Maribor, a former European Capital of Culture. A remarkable sight here is the Zametovka Old Vine, the world's oldest living vine specimen to still bear grapes. With a reported age of 400 years this amazing plant has more than earned its place in the Guinness Book of Records. Next, we're going to indulge in a glass of wine and a snack as we take in lovely views on a cruise on the Drava River. After disembarking you'll have some free time to explore Maribor at your own pace before we make our way by road to Bled.​ B,D

Day 4 Lake Bled

You're going to experience Lake Bled's abundance of natural beauty today on a sightseeing tour. Firstly, we'll take a cruise on the lake and visit St Mary's Church, which is set on an island surrounded by the emerald-green waters. After this we'll drive to Bled Castle, which is located on a cliff offering beautiful views over the lake. Finally, we're going to head to the charming town of Radovljica, which is home to many well-preserved historic buildings, and the Vangar Canyon. This evening, why not enjoy a stroll and see if you can find a restaurant with lake views in which to enjoy dinner. B

Day 5 Lake Bled - Opatija

Today you're going to discover Slovenia's capital Ljubljana, one of Europe's oldest. You'll have plenty of free time to take a stroll around its centre, where Baroque buildings and ancient ramparts are overlooked by a grand castle. Our sightseeing takes a different turn this afternoon, when we arrive at the Postojna caves, carved over thousands of years by the Pivka River. We'll head into the depths of these caverns by train on an eerie journey which takes us past incredible stalactites and stalagmites and sculpted galleries of rock. In the evening, we'll leave Slovenia behind and head to neighbouring Croatia, where your hotel is in the lovely seaside resort of Opatija.​ B, D

Day 6 Opatija at leisure

Relaxation is on the cards today, with a full day to spend at leisure, or take a stroll along the seven mile coastal promenade known as Loungomare that runs along the front of your hotel.If you're still raring to go, an optional excursion will introduce you to the many delights of the Istria region.A journey by road will give you the chance to relax as you admire the scenic Mirna River valley and the medieval hilltop town of Motovun. A stop will then be made at a family-run restaurant for lunch. You'll then go on to discover pretty Rovinj, where you can stroll to the Church of St Euphemia to take in sweeping views of the Adriatic. Opatija boasts a great selection of bars, cafés and restaurants offering lovely sea views, so why not head out and find yourself the perfect spot for dinner. B

Day 7 Opatija at leisure

The choice is all yours today, you can enjoy a day of relaxation in your resort, or you can join an optional excursion. We'll head to Krk Island, which is connected to the mainland by a bridge. Highlights here include the Islet of Kosljun and its Franciscan monastery, the fortified town of Krk and medieval Vrbnik, where a wine-tasting is a welcome end-of-day treat. B,D

Day 8 Opatija - Zagreb

We're heading to Croatia's capital Zagreb today but not before we delve into the wonders of nature at Plitvice Lakes National Park. This UNESCO-listed site is famed for its 16 lakes which are interconnected by a series of cascading waterfalls. We're going to explore by foot, and then take to the waters on a relaxing cruise on the largest lake, Lake Kozjak. As you go, admire the thundering falls and keep a lookout for an array of wildlife, including many species of birds.​ B,D

Day 9  Zagreb

Get to know Zagreb on a morning walking tour, with highlights including the city's charming main square and impressive cathedral.
You can spend the afternoon at leisure if you wish, or come on an optional trip to Kumrovec, the birthplace of Marshal Tito, president of former Yugoslavia. You'll visit his former house and see the surrounding quaint cottages that are typical of the region. A stop is made at a family farm, where we'll enjoy a homemade lunch before we head to Trakoscan Castle.

This evening we'll get together and make our way to a restaurant for a farewell dinner of traditional Croatian cuisine.​ B,D

Day 10 Zagreb/UK

Today you will transfer to the airport for your flight back to the UK.​ B

Meals. B - Breakfast. L - Lunch. D - Dinner

Departure dates and prices 2021 Slovenia and Croatia

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Departure Dates & Airport
Prices from Departure Dates & Airport Prices from

9 June - Manchester

£1798 8 September - Manchester £1798
9 June - Heathrow
£1649 8 September - Heathrow £1649
4 August - Manchester £1848 22 September - Manchester £1748
4 August - Heathrow £1699 22 September - Heathrow £1599

The holiday price may be subject to change and will be confirmed at the time of booking.  Airlines used and flight times are subject to change and will be confirmed in your final documents.  Alternative dates may be available but not yet guaranteed, call for details. Prices are based on twin occupancy of a double or twin bedded room. Single occupancy supplements will apply. Travelsphere have made every effort to ensure the accuracy of the hotel images provided on this website and images of room types displayed may vary to those offered on your tour. Therefore due to the possibility of inadvertent errors we do not guarantee their accuracy. Hotels, airlines used and flight times are subject to change and will be confirmed in your final documents. All holidays subject to Travelsphere Terms & Conditions. Please check tour details with the operator at time of booking as Cennet Ltd cannot be held responsible for any errors showing on it’s website


Slovenia and Croatia

Holidays by Air 10 Days 2021

Prices from £1599

​Explore lush landscapes dotted with sparkling lakes and cities steeped in medieval history as you travel cross the fascinating countries of Slovenia and Croatia. Your discoveries begin in Ptuj, Slovenia’s oldest town that boasts a fascinating Roman heritage and well-preserved medieval centre. A full day of exploration will see you in Maribor, a former European Capital of Culture, where you can see the oldest grapevine in the world and enjoying a taste of the winery on a scenic cruise on Drava River. Experience the natural beauty of Lake Bled as you cruise to St Mary’s Church, and discover Bled Castle, before heading to Opatija in Croatia, a lovely seaside resort and home to the famous coastal promenade ‘Lungomare’. You’ll also explore the beautiful Plitvice Lakes National park, a UNESCO World Heritage site of 16 lakes and impressive cascading waterfalls, before travelling to Zagreb for a tour of the Croatia’s capital.​

Slovenia Croatia

Included Holiday Highlights

  • Tour of Ptuj in Slovenia and wine-tasting​ 
  • Maribor river cruise with a glass of wine
  • Cruise on beautiful Lake Bled
  • Discover elegant Ljubljana
  • The stunning Postojna Caves
  • UNESCO-listed Plitvice Lakes National Park
  • Walking tour of Zagreb
  • Farewell dinner in a local restaurant in Zagreb​​


Day 1 - 2 Grand Hotel Primus The 4-star Grand Hotel Primus is ideally located in Slovenia's oldest town, Ptuj. Hotel facilities include a restuarant, wellness centre and a swimming pool. Bedrooms have private facilities, mini-bar, hairdryer, complimentary wi-fi, safe, air-conditioning and a TV.

Day 3 - 4 Hotel Rikli Balance

Day 5 - 7 Remisens Hotel Admiral The 4-star Hotel Admiral is just a short walk from the city centre, perfect for days of exploration. The hotel overlooks the charming marina, offering peaceful vistas. Hotel facilities include a bar, restaurant and outdoor pool (typically open May-Sept). Bedrooms have private facilities, air-conditioning, TV, minibar and hairdryer.

Day 8 - 9 Hotel Amadria Park Capital

Stylish décor, historical grandeur and a central location are but just a few of the attractive features this hotel has to offer. Guests can enjoy food at the in-house restaurant or relax with a drink in the bar area. Rooms are furnished with a minibar, private facilities, TV and air-conditioning. Complimentary WIFI is also available.

Hotels are subject to change and will be confirmed in your final documents.

What's Included

  • ​Return flights from Heathrow with British Airways
  • 9 nights in 4-star hotels
  • 16 meals: 9 breakfasts, 7 dinners and welcome drink 
  • Travelsphere Tour Manager and Specialist Local Guide 
  • Overseas transfers, other transportation and porterage
  • Audio Guide

More flight choices are available, see price panel for details. Supplements may apply

Optional excursions

Experience even more of your destination by adding one or more optional experiences to your holiday before you set off. Take a look below at the extra trips you can enjoy on this tour.

Croatia – Opatija – Explore the Istria region including Motovun. From £67

Drive along the beautiful Mirna river valley and visit Motovun, one of the region’s finest examples of a charming medieval hilltop town. Take in spectacular views of the surrounding countryside before enjoying a delicious lunch in a local family restaurant. You will also spend time in pretty Rovinj, where narrow winding streets lead to the church of St Euphemia, from here you can admire incredible views of the Adriatic.

Full Day – Strenuous Walking – Highly Recommended

Croatia – Opatija – Krk Island, Kosljun Islet and a wine-tasting. From £65

Krk Island is one of the Adriatic’s largest islands. Connected to the mainland by the Krk Bridge here you will find a charming old town with masses of history. A castle stands proudly at the heart of the town which is encircled by medieval walls. Although easily accessible, the island is often less crowded than the mainland thus making a tempting retreat. After time to explore, and a boat ride along Košljun Islet, we will head to Vrbnik where you’ll be able to enjoy a tasting of the Croatian wines which are increasingly popular throughout the world.

Full Day - Moderate Walking - Great Photo Opportunity


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