The question is, which cruise to take? To help make that decision easier, here’s a look at what we consider to be the very best.
Opatija to Dubrovnik Signature Cruise
By cruising for seven nights from Opatija to Dubrovnik, you’ll get to take in many highlights while sailing from north to south on a luxurious yacht-like ship. It starts in elegant Opatija, a famous 19th-century wellness resort with magnificent mansions and glamourous villas lining its seaside promenade. Just 30 minutes from the Slovenian border and a little over an hour from Trieste, Italy, it’s easy to explore either country before your cruise. Once you set sail, you’ll make a stop on Rab, the ‘island of love,’. After that visit Old City Zadar as well as its renowned art installations along the waterfront, the “Greeting to the Sun” light installation and the Sea Organ, which uses the waves to create music.
This cruise will also bring you to the magnificent waterfalls in Krka Waterfalls National Park. The nearby ancient city of Sibenik with its UNESCO-listed Cathedral of St. James. Split, with its 4th-century Roman emperor Diocletian’s Palace is on the agenda too, one of the most popular landmarks in Croatia. With its maze-like complex filled with influences by the Greeks, Romans and Venetians that can be seen in its remarkable buildings and monuments. Experience some of the top islands like glamorous Hvar. With its Old Town home to the oldest public theatre in Europe, dating to 1612, and its lively nightlife that draws international jetsetters, including plenty of celebrities. The storybook Old Town of Korcula on the island of the same name is also included on the itinerary. Before sailing into romantic Dubrovnik, the so-called “Pearl of the Adriatic,” with its historic center surrounded by medieval defensive walls.
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