2 days in Croatia Itinerary

2 days in Croatia Itinerary

Created using Inspirock Croatia trip itinerary planner

Make it your trip
Fly
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Dubrovnik
— 1 day
Drive
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Split
— 1 night
Fly

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Dubrovnik

— 1 day

Pearl of the Adriatic

Along the Dalmation Coast, the city of Dubrovnik has become famous for its pedestrian-only Old Town surrounded by fortress walls, and its historical heft has earned it World Heritage Site status.
Start off your visit on the 9th (Wed): get to know the fascinating history of Dubrovnik City Walls and then take an in-depth tour of War Photo Limited.

For traveler tips, maps, where to stay, and more tourist information, read our Dubrovnik vacation maker app.

Vilnius, Lithuania to Dubrovnik is an approximately 8-hour flight. You can also drive; or do a combination of train and bus. Traveling from Vilnius to Dubrovnik, you'll gain 1 hour due to the time zone difference. Prepare for somewhat warmer weather when traveling from Vilnius in December: high temperatures in Dubrovnik hover around 15°C and lows are around 6°C. Wrap up your sightseeing on the 9th (Wed) to allow time to drive to Split.

Things to do in Dubrovnik

Museums · Historic Sites

Split

— 1 night

Sportiest City in the World

Experience an authentic Adriatic lifestyle in Split, the largest city along the sea's coast.
On the 10th (Thu), explore the world behind art at Galerija Mestrovic, then pause for some photo ops at Cathedral of Saint Domnius, and then stop by Break Time.

To find other places to visit, maps, traveler tips, and tourist information, refer to the Split trip itinerary planning site.

Drive from Dubrovnik to Split in 3.5 hours. Alternatively, you can fly; or take a bus. In December, plan for daily highs up to 16°C, and evening lows to 5°C. On the 10th (Thu), wrap the sightseeing up by early afternoon so you can travel back home.

Things to do in Split

Museums · Historic Sites · Shopping

Croatia travel guide

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Historic Walking Areas · Landmarks · National Parks
Once situated on the edge of empires between the Balkans and Central Europe, Croatia represents a land of great natural diversity and rich cultural heritage. Croatian cultural tourism relies on the charming juxtaposition of contrasts. Venetian palaces sit next to Napoleonic forts, Viennese mansions face Socialist Realist sculpture, and early Slavic churches built on the sites of ancient Roman settlements offer countless sightseeing opportunities. Croatia's museums present the main stages of the history of Europe. The country's sapphire seawater and long coastline speckled with islands draws visitors, as do numerous nature reserves, marinas, ancient fortified towns, and sandy and rocky beaches. In recent years, Croatia's shoreline has become a famed center for nautical tourism and naturism, and is a promising diving destination. Hikers explore outdoor landscapes of canyons, underground grottoes, dramatic waterfalls, stony peaks, and scenic lakes of the Dinaric Alps, which hug the coastline. Inland areas showcase mountain resorts, national parks, pine forests, vineyards, and spas.