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亚得里亚海神奇之旅 – 从威尼斯到杜布罗夫尼克

亚得里亚海神奇之旅 – 从威尼斯到杜布罗夫尼克

概况

这是一段”萨格勒布之旅”提供的从意大利威尼斯开始,到杜布罗夫尼克结束的观光游旅程。环绕风景迷人的海岸线,在难忘的13天旅行中,您将遍游意大利、斯洛文尼亚、 黑山和克罗地亚诸国。加入我们的旅游团,游客将能充分发掘神奇美丽的亚得里亚海。

欢迎体验我们从威尼斯到杜布罗夫尼克的观光旅行线路。沿着风光旖旎的亚得里亚海美丽海岸,进行为期13天的神奇之旅,您将有机会探索和发现有如珍珠般的绝色美景,如水上城市(floating City)威尼斯;大地奇迹(Terra Magica)罗维尼和伊斯特拉;亚得里亚海女王(Queen of Adriatic)奥帕蒂亚;克罗地亚古镇扎达尔、希贝尼克和特罗吉尔;世界最美城市斯普利特;美酒和太阳之岛(Islands of wine and sun)赫瓦尔和科尔丘拉;古老的科托尔和博卡湾和著名的亚得里亚海明珠杜布罗夫尼克。

 

团费包括: 

 

 

● 13 天旅行

● 威尼斯、罗维尼、奥帕蒂亚、扎达尔、斯普利特、赫瓦尔、科尔丘拉、杜布罗夫尼克12 晚住宿,含早

● 4 星级和 5 星级酒店

● 交通工具:空调轿车或面包车

● 经验丰富的英语导游/司机

● 门票: 包括希贝尼克和特罗吉尔天主家大教堂、十六湖国家公园、杜布罗夫尼克城墙

●  观光:包括威尼斯、皮兰、罗维尼、莫托文、胡姆 (Hum)、奥帕蒂亚、十六湖、扎达尔、希贝尼克、特罗吉尔、斯普利特、赫瓦尔、科尔丘拉、杜布罗夫尼克、科托尔和博卡湾

● 莫托文酒馆传统伊斯特拉午餐

● 特罗吉尔酒馆午餐

● 佩罗莎茨半岛品酒和斯通海鲜午餐

● 杜布罗夫尼克某个酒馆的午餐

第 1 天 抵达威尼斯(意大利)

我们的“神奇之旅”将从意大利威尼斯开始。您的”萨格勒布之旅”私人导游将在那里迎候您的光临,然后带您前往您下榻的酒店,在这里,您将入住两晚。是夜,宿威尼斯。

  住所: Ca’ Bauta

第2天 游览威尼斯

上午,我们将游览这座壮美的城市,观光其标志性的场所和历史遗迹。通过参观圣马可广场和圣马可大教堂、总督府或钟楼等景点,您很快就会感觉到威尼斯的无尽浪漫。我们还将欣赏其由漂亮的桥梁连接的迷宫般的运河网络,包括著名的叹息桥和里亚尔托桥。下午,是您自由活动的时间,您将有机会深入了解这座美丽的城市。是夜,宿威尼斯。

 

  住所: Ca’ Bauta

第 3 天 威尼斯 – 皮兰(斯洛文尼亚)- 罗维尼(克罗地亚)

今天,我们将驱车从威尼斯跨越斯洛文尼亚前往克罗地亚,一天的行程将在罗维尼结束。在前往罗维尼的路上,我们将在风景如画的亚得里亚海岸斯洛文尼亚境内的文化遗迹皮兰短暂停留。入住罗维尼酒店后,我们将带您沿着伊斯特拉最迷人的沿海小镇迷宫般的鹅卵石街道散步。下午,是您的休闲时间,您可信步前往小型艺术商店和画廊参观,亦可一边俯瞰亚得里亚海美景,一边斟酒小酌,得享半日清闲。是夜,宿罗维尼。

 

  住宿选择: Villa Tuttorotto / Villa Valdibora

第 4 天 罗维尼 - 伊斯特拉之旅 - 奥帕蒂亚

早餐后,我们将踏上跨越伊斯特拉半岛的旅程,游览伊斯特拉中世纪的古镇、村落和美艳到让人窒息的自然景观。从伯雷奇和其拜占庭式的伏佛拉休斯大教堂跨越莫托文山镇直到微型小镇城市胡姆(Hum),每行一步,都可欣赏到绝色美景。我们还有机会品尝一些当地的地道美食,如松露、 橄榄油、葡萄酒等。抵达“亚得里亚海女王”奥帕蒂亚,将使我们今天旅行的终点。下榻酒店后,您可择机沿着著名的海滨长廊漫步,欣赏数不胜数的古老别墅、 锦绣公园和花园。是夜,宿奥帕蒂亚。

  住宿选择: Hotel Bristol / Villa Kapetanović

第 5 天 奥帕蒂亚 - 十六湖 - 扎达尔

清晨,我们将离开奥帕蒂亚。为让您对克罗地亚的大陆部分深入了解,我们将带您造访克罗地亚保护最完好的秘密之地 - 十六湖国家公园。 如果您所期待的是那些非常著名但尚未被发现的世界自然遗产,我们向您保证,这片由晶莹剔透的湖水和瀑布组成的开放式画廊和这处由16个湖泊组成的绿洲定能让您兴奋不已。下午,我们将返回亚得里亚海海岸,将在克罗地亚老镇扎达尔过夜。在您安然入眠之前,您还可欣赏到我们将向您展示的著名的城市建筑 - 海风琴曼妙音乐伴奏下的落日美景。是夜,宿扎达尔。

  住所: Hotel Bastion

第 6 天 扎达尔 - 希贝尼克 – 特罗吉尔 – 斯普利特

天,我们将沿着亚得里亚海岸线一路南行,前几站仍是几个克罗地亚古镇,包括希贝尼克和特罗吉尔。在希贝尼克,我们会看到具有独特欧洲神庙建筑风格的历史建筑 - 圣雅各布大教堂,它已被列入联合国教科文组织的世界文化遗产遗迹名录。由72个人物头像石雕装点的希贝尼克大教堂,是15世纪和16世纪克罗地亚的建筑杰作。

 特罗吉尔是一座最早由希腊人和罗马人统治的克罗地亚古镇,有着著名的大教堂,体现了古罗马建筑和哥特式建筑的核心价值。我们还将在此停留,在特罗吉尔一家传统的达尔马提亚酒馆共进午餐。

 下午,我们将抵达斯普利特。办理入住手续后,建议您到斯普利特的心脏地带 – 著名的斯普利特海滨长廊走走,其间,您将感受到这座活力之城的友好与温馨,由此度过美好的黄昏时光。是夜,宿斯普利特。

  住宿选择: Hotel Luxe / Hotel Marmont

第7天 斯普利特

早餐后,我们将陪您逛一逛被当地人称为“世界上最美丽城市”的斯普利特。您将有机会参观位于斯普利特中心的戴克里先宫(Diocletian Palace),它建于一千七百年前,是当时罗马帝王戴克里先的寝宫。也是一处被列入联合国教科文组织世界文化遗产名录的无价遗迹。我们还将攀上马里安小山(Marijan hill),欣赏这座城市的绝色美景。参观城市后, 您将还有时间度过一段悠闲的斯普利特下午时光。是夜,宿斯普利特。

  住宿选择: Hotel Luxe / Hotel Marmont

第 8 天 斯普利特 - 赫瓦尔(赫瓦尔岛)

上午,我们将乘坐渡轮前往赫瓦尔岛。我们的下一个目的地是文艺复兴时期的古城赫瓦尔。我们将邀您在这座岛屿上的葡萄园、 橄榄树林和熏衣草覆盖的田野上度过一个轻松舒适的下午。您将可以欣赏到赫瓦尔古城附近清洁的海水、美丽的帕克莲尼群岛(Pakleni islands),并在该城诸多美味餐馆之中的其中一间品尝新鲜海产。是夜,宿赫瓦尔度假村。

 

  住宿选择: Hotel Amfora / Hotel Podstine

第 9 天 赫瓦尔 - 科尔丘拉 (科尔丘拉岛)

在亚得里亚海众多岛屿中最阳光明媚的岛屿赫瓦尔岛上逗留更长一段时间后, 我们将乘坐高速双体船离开赫瓦尔岛前往克罗地亚一千多座岛屿中最大也是最迷人的岛屿之一科尔丘拉岛(Korčula Island)。科尔丘拉岛上坐落着科尔丘拉古镇,是著名的探险家马可·波罗的故乡,由于有着坚固的城防要塞、狭窄的林荫街道和热闹非凡的盛夏节日,这座古镇堪称古杜布罗夫尼克的微缩版本。美丽的海岛景色始终吸引着来自世界各地的游人。是夜,宿科尔丘拉。

  住所: Hotel Korsal

第 10 天 科尔丘拉 – 佩列沙茨(PELJEŠAC) 半岛 - 斯通(STON) - 杜布罗夫尼克

 今天,我们将离开科尔丘拉,返回克罗地亚大陆。当汽车横跨佩列沙茨(PELJEŠAC) 半岛时,我们将能欣赏到令人惊叹的美景,之后我们将在一个名为斯通的小镇停留, 该小镇位于半岛的起点,以其可以追溯到 14 世纪,长约3.5英里的独特防御工事而著称。斯通地区的海鲜也非常有名,尤以牡蛎生长在小斯通湾的牡蛎而闻名。我们还将在一家著名的斯通酒馆享用海鲜午餐。下午,我们将到达杜布罗夫尼克并入住我们的酒店。建议您在夜幕降临时感受一下杜布罗夫尼克的城市氛围,对这座城市留下一个第一印象。是夜,宿杜布罗夫尼克。

 

  住宿选择: Hotel Kazbek / Hotel More

第 11 天 杜布罗夫尼克

本日特意安排全天游览和享受亚得里亚海明珠——杜布罗夫尼克旧城区。伟大的英国著名剧作家萧伯纳曾经写道:“那些寻找地上天堂的人们,请到杜布罗夫尼克一游”,并且他本人以及众多世界名人都为这座受联合国教科文组织保护的老镇的绝色美景和悠久历史而倾倒。其有着辉煌历史的城墙,包括其上的要塞和堡垒形成了一条可供观赏神奇的Elafiti群岛的独特甬道。从欧诺佛喷泉(Onofrio fountain)到市区钟楼,沿着该城的肆特拉顿(Stradun)大道以及其他许多曲径幽通的狭小且宁静的鹅卵石街道行走,可谓步步生莲,精彩不断。此段徒步旅行之后,您将可以在杜布罗夫尼克的某个酒馆享用午餐。当天下午,我们将邀您欣赏更多杜布罗夫尼克的美景。是夜,宿杜布罗夫尼克。

 

  住宿选择: Hotel Kazbek / Hotel More

第 12 天 杜布罗夫尼克- 黑山一日游 - 杜布罗夫尼克

今天,我们将带您前往黑山进行一日游。我们将参观黑山共和国的波卡湾(Boka Bay)和以商人和著名水手闻名的老城 - 科托尔。由于其中世纪的建筑和无数的文化遗产遗迹,科托尔已被联合国教科文组织列为世界自然与历史文化遗产。下午,我们将折返杜布罗夫尼克,在那里度过我们的最后一晚。是夜,宿杜布罗夫尼克。

 

  住宿选择: Hotel Kazbek / Hotel More

第13天 杜布罗夫尼克 - 返程

今天,我们的神奇之旅即将结束。经过13天的精彩旅行和游览亚得里亚海海岸,是该我们依依道别的时候了。您的导游,现在也肯定成了您的克罗地亚好朋友将会开车送您到杜布罗夫尼克机场,他们会祝您旅途愉快并与您惜惜道别!

 

目的地

杜布罗夫尼克旧城

杜布罗夫尼克旧城

据报道,乔治 · 萧伯纳曾说过:“如果你想看看人间天堂,请到杜布罗夫尼克来”。英国诗人拜伦勋爵会同意萧伯纳的见解,因为在他的笔下杜布罗夫尼克旧城是“亚得里亚海明珠”。

胡姆城(Hum)

胡姆城(Hum)

借游览克罗地亚的机会,一定要造访一下世界上最小的城市——胡姆。

赫瓦尔岛(Hvar)

赫瓦尔岛(Hvar)

清澈的海水、连续不断的日照时间、13世纪的建筑繁华壮观的夜间生活。

莫托文(Motovun)

莫托文(Motovun)

山中小镇莫托文建于七个世纪前,这里独特的建筑和用当地松露做的家常菜肴定会让您的旅程充满乐趣。

十六湖国家公园(NP Plitvice Lakes,又译“普利特维切国家公园”)

十六湖国家公园(NP Plitvice Lakes,又译“普利特维切国家公园”)

每年都有全世界数百万游客造访的国家公园。

奥帕蒂亚(Opatija)

奥帕蒂亚(Opatija)

欢迎来到奥帕蒂亚,这座倍受十九世纪奥地利皇室和贵族喜爱的城镇。

罗维尼(Rovinj)

罗维尼(Rovinj)

您将在这座魔幻之城找到高档的当地酒馆,宝石绿的河水,浪漫的景点和悠久的历史。

希贝尼克(Šibenik)

希贝尼克(Šibenik)

拥有四座壮观要塞、圣雅各布大教堂、清澈海水的历史文化名城,靠近卡尔卡、科纳提国家公园。

斯普利特(Split)

斯普利特(Split)

欢迎您来到斯普利特,在黄金海岸上小憩,在浪漫的环礁湖中畅游,参观古罗马博物馆,穿过戴克里先帝国修建的古老街道。

特罗吉尔(TROGIR)

特罗吉尔(TROGIR)

特罗吉尔整座城池是中欧保存最完好的,罗马风格和哥特风格完美融合的建筑群,被称为博物馆城市。

威尼斯(Venice)

威尼斯(Venice)

威尼西亚(Venecija)——至静之所( La Serenissima)

扎达尔(ZADAR)

扎达尔(ZADAR)

信步穿过扎达尔,观赏美丽的日落,聆听海洋风琴发出的独特声音。

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My husband, another couple and I just returned from a 15 day Magic of the Adriatic Tour--Venice to Dubrovnik offered by zagrebtours.com. What a wonderful experience! We found the website on the internet and proceeded with all planning through e-mails. Davor responded promptly to all our many pre-trip questions. We appreciated how accommodating he was in addressing our special wishes. Our itinerary was tailored to allow us time in Brela-the matenal birthplace of one of our party and as well we were transported back to Venice for our homeward journey. We were fortunate to have Jakov Radman assigned to us as our tour guide and driver. He is truly a gem! Jakov is energetic, professional, friendly, knowledgeable and so passionate about every aspect of his country-Croatia. As well we enjoyed his great sense of humour.We learned so much about the geography, culture and turbulent history of the resilient Croatian people.We also commend Jakov on his excellent driving skills.Each morning we boarded the superclean van we felt safe for our day's drive in his competent hands. Mention should be made of the excellent 4 and 5 star accommodations we called "our home away from home" each night. We got a sampling of small boutique hotels in refurbished areas within the medieval city walls to a chalet-type resort in the mountains near the Plitvice National Park, to the famous 100 year old Excelsior Hotel with excellent views of Old Dubrovnik.Each hotel was memorable, immaculately clean with outstanding service from friendly staff. Jakov introduced us to a variety of Croatian foods and drinks which we enjoyed immensely.There was always a surprise whether --fresh seafood, black truffles, roasted chestnuts or lamb/pork on an outdoor spit--we tried it all! However, our culinary highlight was our wonderful traditional Dalmatian lunch prepared by Jakov's parents in their home in the lovely pastoral setting in the village of Ruda northeast of Split.The Rudman family made us feel so welcome by sharing their home and their warm hospitality. My husband and I have travelled quite extensively and have had many great travel experiences.In retrospect we find we are ranking this holiday in Croatia near the "top of our list" Croatia offers the tourist so much--magical scenery, the most UNESCO World Heritage sites in such a concentrated area, great culinary experiences, lovely climate and friendly people. We highly recomend this tour company and we most highly recommend Jakov.

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My husband and I are experienced international travelers. We’ve been to many places and had many great experiences, but we have never felt compelled to write a review. Our recent trip to Croatia with Zagreb Tours made us feel differently … Croatia is an undiscovered gem. We’ve wanted to go to Dubrovnik for a while, since seeing it on a TV several years ago. We expanded our trip to two weeks, however, once we started reading about all of the things to see – more UNESCO sites within reachable distance than anywhere else I can recall visiting. Dubrovnik is, in fact, one of the most romantic and charming old towns of Europe, but Croatia more generally is the real story here. From amazing national parks with terraced lakes and hundreds of waterfalls to a breathtaking coastline that hugs the Adriatic Sea – including magnificent churches adorned with stone carvings, fertile grasslands, arid mountains spotted with ornamental cacti, fjord-like azure waters filled with oyster traps and mussel farms, salt pans, walled fortresses protecting charming towns, vineyards with unique varietals, and finally, the most beautiful islands and posh coastal towns – Croatia literally has something for everyone. There are so many things to fall in love with, one more beautiful than the next. So for anyone tempted by places like Italy, France, and Spain, try the undiscovered gem of Croatia. It has as more to offer than many other destinations … and at a much more affordable price. Croatia lacks efficient train service between towns, so getting around is best done by car. Although we’ve driven in Europe many times, I thought having a driver/guide would be more relaxing and enable us to better experience Croatia. Although I had my doubts about traveling with one person for two weeks, I made arrangements with Zagreb Tours for a private tour starting in Zagreb, traveling down the coast, and ending in Dubrovnik. Two of our friends joined us for the first few days and then it was my husband and I for the rest. Going with Zagreb Tours was a great decision – we had one of the best trips ever – compared to many previous trips - and got so much more than a driver and guide. Enter Jakov – a personable, funny, upbeat, energetic, hard-working, accommodating guy – who did everything he possibly could to make sure we had a great time. His enthusiasm and love of Croatia were infectious. While Jakov shared a great deal of knowledge about all of the historical sites we visited, more touching was the personal insight he shared about the fabric of Croatia, its people, and their experience. We did not understand a lot about this area of the world, the struggles of the people there, or how they have prevailed, rebuilt, and evolved. We had opportunities to talk with people who lived through the war, hear their stories, and even see some of their personal videos. We met Jakov’s brother and parents, saw their house, and learned some about how people actually live. As we traveled from the Istrian peninsula, sometimes reminiscent of the Italian coast and sometimes reminiscent of Tuscany, to the tranquil Caribbean-like islands of Dalmacia, we experienced many unique local specialties. In restaurants that were off-the-beaten-and-path, we had many Croatian feasts – truffles, squid ink pasta, tender grilled calamari, fresh trout from the river next to us, mussels, Croatian wine, grilled bread, great olive oils, grappa of every kind (cherry, mistletoe, dandelion, fig, and others), rozata (Croatian flan), peka – (baked dish with meat and vegetables made in a pot that is put into the embers of a fire), nuts and fruit soaked in honey, huge plates of grilled meat, sugared lemon and orange peels, and much, much more. One day when we wanted to go sailing, Jakov called “his guy” (girl in this case) Eva “the Legend,” who hooked us up for this tremendous sailing trip at half the price others were offering. Then in Dubrovnik there was another guy with a boat – just because my husband loved boating. Once Jackov got to know what we liked, he switched things up – like an unexpected day trip to Mostar in Bosnia, a fascinating war-torn confluence of Muslim and Catholic existence; regular stops for “art photos;” and live tastes and smells of goodies all along the way – figs, oranges, lavender, which surrounded us. Whatever we needed, from souvenirs to Coke Zero to new shorts (for boating), Jakov made it happen. Not only were we extremely well taken care of, but Jakov always arrived early – with a smile on his face, good sense of humor, eager to go. We did not merely “look at” Croatia as tourists, like most other places we’ve visited. Rather, we had this incredible opportunity to spend time with a special, native Croatian who gave us a glimpse into Croatia’s heart. While we could have traveled through Croatia many ways, none would have given us the unique, wonderful experience we had traveling with Zagreb Tours. This trip was special, ergo our first travel review - high value and well worth our limited vacation time. We hope to go back someday and again experience Croatia with our friend, Jakov.

Elaine Pulakos (USA)