Ultimate 2-week holiday in Croatia

Being in the know due to more than 20 years of experience in tourism and hospitality, we consider ourselves to be rather good connoisseurs of what to do and where to go when it comes to travel and holidays in Croatia. Here is our list of the top 6 places to visit on a 2-week long holiday in Croatia.

 1. Zagreb

  1. what to do in zagreb, accommodation zagrebCroatia’s capital is great to explore by foot or by its tram web, visit numerous galleries, go out clubbing, sip coffee in Tkalčićeva, or window shopping. Lots of history and culture. Things not to miss: Dolac market, events in Zagreb, Mirogoj cemetery, galleries and museums, St. Mark’s Church, Cathedral and Upper Town, Museum of Broken Relationships, Funicular railway. Just to name a few things and sites.

    2. Plitvice Lakes

    Catching a train to Vrhovine from Zagreb and booking a stay at Dragan’s Den. We organize transfers to Plitvice and back, with an option of booking a guide and buying a ticket to the lakes, which will shorten your wait at the gates to the national park significantly. Other activities once at Dragan’s Den at Plitvice Lakes: disc golf, climbing, cycling motocross, paragliding. For more information on things to do and see with Dragan’s Den at Plitvice Lakes, look up at www.plitvicehostel.com


    from plitvice to zadar, from zadar to plitvice by car

    The first city on your Dragan’s Den Ultimate 2-week holiday in Croatia situated at the famed Adriatic sea. Number 1. thing to see and do in Zadar is a visit to the Sea Organs, saluting the sun while listening to the sounds produced by sea waves. Other things to do and see.

    4. Split

    Top: Nighttime view of Split from Mosor; 2nd row: Cathedral of Saint Domnius; City center of Split; 3rd row: View on the city from Marjan; Night in Poljicka Street; Bottom: Riva waterfrontOur favorite Mediterranean port and town, bustling with life, home to Ultra Europe Festival. The Diocletian palace, UNESCO protected site, is amazing to explore on foot. Drinking coffee or sipping cocktails, visiting Bačvice beach, and watching a game of picking thrown around by local men. Great food to be found and enjoyed. Split is close and well connected to other sites you may want to visit, such as Cetina river canyon rafting, Trogir, Krka waterfalls, Salona, and Klis.  Just take it easy as the Dalmatians themselves.

    5. Korčulahow to get to korcula, what to do on korcula island

    You must island getaway and experience on the Croatian coast. Book your stay with Dragan’s Den in Korcula, and let us guide you through island history, places, food, wines, events, secret beaches, and bays. Visit  www.korculahostel.com for more information on things to do&why Korcula is a must-stop on your ultimate 2-week long Croatian holiday.

    6. Dubrovnik

    Slikovni rezultat za dubrovnik stari grad

    Sugar comes at the end. Dubrovnik, the pearl of the Adriatic. King’s Landing. One of a kind. Check and download this small guide on Dubrovnik and his monuments and be free to get in touch with questions you might have regarding your holiday and travels around Croatia.

Have a good one!