Zagreb City Break
- Price from:
- 295 EUR /person
- 00 385 1 4825 035
- 00 385 1 4825 035
- Payment Types:
- Credit Card
- Travellers cheque
- Wire Transfer
Last updated: 07/14/2009
Thinking about the ideal city break? Discover Zagreb, Croatian capital - a city of friendly atmosphere and great charm. Explore Zagreb - a city rich in history and great attractions. Welcome to Zagreb
Welcome to Zagreb. Your personal ZAGREBCITY friendly guide will meet you at the Zagreb Airport and transfer you to your accommodation.
After breakfast, we'll take you on the Zagreb sightseeing tour. You will hear the stories from the past and learn about the present. For a lunch break, we will try some of the local specialties in a typical Zagreb tavern. In the afternoon, enjoy the friendly atmosphere in the Zagreb city center. Go to one of many Zagreb cafes, drink your coffee and enjoy like locals do.
Today we'll take you on a journey to see the perfect image of untouched nature. We are going to visit the Plitvice Lakes national park and experience the beauty of sixteen magical lakes, multitude of cascades and bubbling waterfalls.
It's your departure day. If you still have some time, buy some souvenirs or send a postcard to your family. Your ZAGREBCITY guide will take you to the Airport and wish you a safe journey home. Thank you for visiting Zagreb!
- Inclusions -
- transfer Zagreb Airport - Accommodation - Zagreb Airport
- Extras -
- City Break price per person:
Private accommodation: 250 €
4**** Hotel: 340 €
3*** Hotel: 295 €
Youth Hostel: 220 €
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