CROATIA

VISIT SPLIT, TROGIR, SOLIN AND KRKA NATIONAL PARK

Wheelchair accessible minivan

4 Nights

Europe

1500 €

Croatia has recently piqued the interest of thousands of curious travellers searching for sunshine, sand and scenery. The chic cities of the glittering Adriatic coast, charming cobblestone towns, UNESCO World Heritage sites and thriving food and wine scene, ensure visitors’ curiosity is amply rewarded. Like many others, fall in love with the treasures of this Adriatic beauty.

ACCOMMODATION & TRANSPORT DETAILS

The Radisson Blu Resort is only steps away from the pebble beaches of the Adriatic coastline, as well as only three kilometres away from Split’s city centre. The hotel is within easy walking distance to central squares, markets, and many trendy cafe’s, restaurants, designer boutiques and rich cultural attractions, as well as  the city’s business destinations. The hotel has a capacity of 6 fully accessible rooms.

Vehicles have electric wheelchair platforms, safety mechanisms and foldable seats and they can accommodate 8 passengers per vehicle, of which 3 to 7 (depending on wheelchair types) can be seated in their wheelchairs.

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PACKAGE DETAILS

DAY 1 - RIVA

A welcome at Split Airport followed by a half an hour’s drive to Radisson Blu Resort, a 4 star hotel situated just a few steps away from the beach and only three kilometers from the town centre. For the first day in Split we recommend a stroll towards the Riva, historic centre and Diocletian ́s palace: a UNESCO World Heritage Site of inspiring beauty and immense cultural value. A cozy atmosphere of rambling through the network of narrow meandering streets, one of the best preserved monuments of Roman architecture in the world (and one of the fictional sites of the tremendously popular Game of Thrones!).

DAY 2 - SPLIT'S HISTORY ART

A breakfast at the hotel followed by a guided tour through the 1700 years of Split’s history art and architecture, including the accessible areas inside Diocletian’s Palace (including the cellars) and around the Cathedral of Saint Domnius (the 7th century monument and the oldest Catholic cathedral in the world that remains in use in its original structure), the Peristyle, the Statue of Gregory of Nin, the Golden Gate, the Vestibul, the Riva, the City Clock (uniquely with 24 instead of 12 digits) etc. Diocletian’s Palace still holds the bones of Saint Domnius, a 3rd-century Bishop of Salona and the patron of the city, who was beheaded by Diocletian in 304 AD and whose relics were later moved to the cathedral built inside the palace in their final twist of fate.

DAY 3 - SOLIN

A breakfast at the hotel followed by a short drive to the town of Solin, located in the vicinity of ancient Salona, once the capital of the Roman province of Dalmatia and the birthplace of Roman Emperor Diocletian, who spent the remaining years of his life there in peaceful retirement (the first in the history of the empire). A guided tour of the areas around the Manastirine Christian cemetery, the Tusculum Museum, the charming scenery of Our Lady’s Isle (with the oldest Marian shrine in Croatia dating more than 1000 years ago) and the 18th century Gašpina Watermill. A half an hour’s drive to Trogir (often called a monument town), a UNESCO World Heritage Site with a remarkably continuous urban tradition dating back 2300 years and the best-preserved Romanesque-Gothic complex in all of Central Europe. A guided tour of the areas around Saint Lawrence’s Cathedral from the 13th century (with a masterpiece portal of Master Radovan), the Kamerlengo Fortress and the Tower of Saint Marc, with a stroll through the historical city core with some 10 churches and numerous buildings from 13th century.

DAY 4 - KRKA NATIONAL PARK

A breakfast at the hotel followed by an hour’s drive to Krka National Park, a vast and mostly unaltered area of exceptional natural value (and one of the fictional sites of the tremendously popular Game of Thrones), with seven travertine waterfalls, about 40 caves and exceptionally rich and varied ora and fauna (860 indigenous species and subspecies of plants and various endemic animal species). The accessible parts of the park include Lozovac entrance, Burnum (33 BC) Roman archeological site, Skradin Buk Waterfalls and Brljan Waterfalls’ lookout.

DAY 5 - SPLIT

A breakfast at the hotel followed by a half an hour’s farewell drive to Split Airport.

In our company specilized in accessibility we work to enable wheelchair users, people with disabilities and travelers with reduced mobility to make the trip they always dreamt of. We work towards providing accessible travel and adapted trips to the most important and impressive destinations of the world.

INCLUDED

Hotel 4*

4 breakfasts at hotel’s restaurant

Transfers from the airport to the hotel

2 guided tours

2 excursions

Entrance to the national park

Indemnity and liability insurance

Info, tips and recommendations

NOT INCLUDED

Flights to/ from Split

Room types other than stated

Drives other than stated

Meals other than breakfasts

Tickets for museums and sights

Other insurances

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