Best of Croatia
Zagreb, Zadar, Hvar, Dubrovnik
6 Nights 7 Days
A honeymoon is the best time for couples to bond and reflect on their relationship. If you’re planning to integrate this time-honored tradition while beginning your marital life, visit us for the latest and the best Croatia honeymoon packages. Our tour experts will help you curate the entire vacation, including activities, accommodation options, and food. And if you have a special request, we’re happy to incorporate that as well.
Croatia is an emerging tourist destination loved by travelers seeking the best of nature and culture. The beautiful Adriatic Coast is perfect for a sunny holiday and yet not half as crowded or expensive as Nice or Cannes.
Dubrovnik is a walled city aptly called the Pearl of the Adriatic. The country is equally popular among history buffs, with plenty of cultural influences from various empires that have ruled the country over the centuries. If Zagreb is almost a mini-Vienna thanks to the grand Austro-Hungarian architecture, Istria gives off Italian vibes.
Zagreb is the capital of Croatia and a medieval city with a history that dates back to the Romans. The town is home is museums, eclectic cafes, and some of the best historic buildings. With its old-world charm and laidback lifestyle, Zagreb is the perfect destination for unhurried travelers who don’t want to tick items off their bucket lists.
There are over ten art museums and churches that art and heritage fans are sure to enjoy. The Museum of Contemporary Art is a hub for modernists, while the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts is home to an extensive collection of paintings. The Archeological Museum hosts over 400,000 artifacts, stone carvings, and sculptures – some of which could be over 35,000 years old. The Upper Town is home to beautiful buildings and churches, and the Lower Town holds museums and other prominent buildings. Zagreb is equally famous for its cafes, local wines, and regional cuisine.
Dubrovnik is a walled city with beautiful buildings, lovely food, and postcard-worthy watches. While the city is full of history, it is small enough to be explored without getting lost. A Game of Thrones tour is very popular among fans of the series. There are plenty of activities to enjoy in Dubrovnik. Some of our romantic Croatia honeymoon tour packages include a visit to Old Town, where you can take a walking tour of the UNESCO World Heritage Site to admire the beautiful architecture in Stradun (or Placa as it is locally called) or walk along the stone walls of the city that stretch for around 1.3 miles and comprise an intricate system of forts, bastions, and walkaways.
For a bird’s eye view of this beautiful coastal city, don’t forget to take a cable car ride that will take you to the top of Mount Srdi. On a clear day, you can see as far as Italy. You can also visit Lokrum Island for a magnificent view of the botanical gardens and olive farms.
Montenegro is a tiny country once a part of erstwhile Yugoslavia and one of the fastest-growing tourist destinations in the Balkans. The place is famous for its deep canyons, gushing rivers, glacial lakes, and incredible mountains. There’s something wonderful around every single corner of the country. The Bay of Kotor or Boka is world famous and is nicknamed the Jewel of the Montenegrin Crown, thanks to the abundant rivers and streams that flow from the mountains into the sea. The city is home to several cathedrals, monasteries, and streetside cafes that serve local delicacies.
And if you’d like to rub shoulders with the rich and famous, don’t miss Budva. The Riviera is famous for its nightlife, glamorous beaches, and churches.
Split is a typical Mediterranean city on the Dalmatian Coast with noisy streets and an easy-going life. The place is famous for its streetside cafes, boutique hotels, and charming, family-owned restaurants that serve local cuisine. When in Split, don’t miss the 1,700 years old Diocletian Palace. Within the Palace are four town gates – Golden, Silver, Brass, and Iron gates. A bell tower was built during the 13th to 16th centuries. Some of the beaches in Split include Bacvice, Kasjuni, and Strobeck.
Visiting Split is a must on your Croatia honeymoon package if you’re looking to experience understated luxury without the price tag.
The best time to visit Croatia depends on your budget and your preferences. Since peak tourist season ranges from May to September, it is likely to be crowded and expensive. Travelers from India wouldn’t find Croatian summers uncomfortable since we’re used to temperatures averaging between 23ºC and 31ºC. In fact, the country experiences peak tourist season in August, and it is an ideal time to shop for the best Croatia honeymoon tour packages.
While Croatia is a relatively inexpensive country, you can find cheaper Croatia honeymoon packages for couples from September to April. But if you’re looking for an even cheaper Croatia honeymoon package cost, we suggest visiting the country from November to March.
As earlier said, package cost depends on the season and your travel preferences. At GT Holidays, we specialize in curating travel experiences for our clients. You control the entire vacation, from choosing the right accommodation options to sightseeing destinations. And if you’re planning to surprise your spouse, we can also help you with that.
Our dedicated tour managers are available 24×7 and can be reached by phone or Whatsapp to solve any issues you may face during the tour. We are South India’s best travel partners offering the most comprehensive and the best Croatia packages for couples.
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