1. Diocletian's Palace: Diocletian’s Palace, as the name suggests, was built before the fourth century AD for the Roman Emperor Diocletian as his retirement house. The huge palace was divided into two halves, the first half was for the emperor’s personal use while the other half was for storing the military garrison.This historical palace holds great significance from the past and allows honeymooners to indulge in an unusual activity of discovering a mutual love for history and architecture.
In today’s time, the monument covers the half town of Split, Croatia, and contributes as a complex now, overlooking the harbor housing all the ships, yachts, and water planes. As a World Heritage Site listed in 1979, this place is interesting for honeymooners wanting to not limit themselves to stereotypical experiences.
Location: Peristil bb, 21000, Split, Croatia
Entry Fee: No entry fee
2. Riva: The Riva is situated in a very lively and eye-catching location and is one of the largest public places bustling with pedestrians, lined up by multiple cafes and restaurants. As a honeymooning couple, you could attend some of the entertainment events like Split carnival or meet the native sportsmen on stage during events or be a part of political mass rallies.
As a touring couple, these Croatia honeymoon tour packages will give you a first-hand and lively experience in the country. Here, you meet a diverse range of people such as tourists from different countries or maybe more couples like yourself to get acquainted with and make new friends!
Location: Riva Promenade, Split 21000 Croatia
Entry Fee: 25kn
3. Plitvice Lakes National Park: Croatia’s largest national park, Plitvice Lakes National Park has an area of 30,000 hectares and overwhelming beauty. The area houses 16 cascading lakes and 90 waterfalls. What differentiates these water bodies from others is the changing colors of the flowing water. Yes, the colors change depending on the minerals, organisms, and sunlight angle varying from a deep blue, emerald green, or a faded grey.
Along with being a World Heritage Site and the oldest national parks in Southeast Europe, Plitvice lakes national park is also an originator of a few mysterious stories like the legend of the Black Queen and the mysterious Gavanovo Treasure. A mighty Croatia honeymoon package will never hinder this experience for you but rather enhance it.
Location: Lika-Senj County, Karlovac County, Croatia
Entry Fee: 250kn
4. Saint Domnius Cathedral: St. Domnius Cathedral is a complex of a church built with an Imperial Roman mausoleum and a bell tower. The former is dedicated to Virgin Mary while the latter was in memory of Saint Domnius. This is the second oldest cathedral in the entire history that is working in accordance with its original structure without a near-future renovation, till today. It is said that the view from the Bell Tower is breathtaking and a honeymooning couple should surely check it once.
Location: Kraj Sv.Duje 5, Split 21000 Croatia
Entry Fee: 20kn - 35kn
5. Mestrovic Gallery: Croatia honeymoon tour packages are incomplete without Mestrovic Gallery where the works of renowned art sculptor, Ivan Meštrovi?, are displayed. Mestrovic designed the original design of the house and fully participated in the construction as well. The tourists can get a glimpse of Mestrovic’s permanent collection including sculptures; drawings; designs; furniture; and architecture.
It is said that these sculptures’ facial features are detailed and worthy of being studied. Also, these sculptures have captured Slavic expressions and emotions quite perfectly which you might not want to miss. He built it as a summer home with three fulfilling purposes: a family home, a working studio, and an exhibition space. Even though Mestrovic’s intention was to retire here, he later emigrated to the USA post World War 2.
Location: Šetalište Ivana Meštrovi?a 46, 21000, Split, Croatia
Entry Fee: Adult- 40kn, child- 20kn
6. Old Town Walls: Old Town Walls are widely known as “Walls of Dubrovnik.” These are defensive walls surrounding the whole of Dubrovnik and Old Port. The walls are 1940 meters in length and 25 meters high. These walls were built for protection when times were adverse and the city and Dubrovnik Republic were in constant threat of foreign attack.
The walls are protected at four points by strong forts, and by 2 round towers, 12 quadrilateral forts, 5 bastions, and 2 corner towers, while the scarp wall is flanked by one large and 9 small semicircular bastions but it has an irregular quadrilateral form.
Location: Placa Ulica 32, Dubrovnik 20000 Croatia
Entry Fee: 200HRK
7. Rector's Palace: Rector’s Palace in Dubrovnik was a gothic-style palace with elements of Renaissance and Baroque mixing very well together. It served as a seat for the Rector of Ragunas between the 14th century and 1808. The building accommodated an armory, a prison, the power magazine, and the watch house. The palace was originally a defense building but suffered a fire in 1435. However, since the year 1872, the History Department of the Museum of Dubrovnik has acquired the building for work.
Location: Pred Dvorom 1, Dubrovnik 20000 Croatia
Entry Fee: 25HRK
8. Stradun: Stradun street is the main street of Dubrovnik, Croatia that is 300 meters long. The street gained fame in the 13th century, however, it looked completely different then. The infamous earthquake of 1667 did major damage to most of the buildings. Following the earthquake was a devastating fire that made the Republic of Ragusa pass out a law of uniformity in the houses built thereafter. Now, the houses are very similar in layout and alignment. Croatia honeymoon packages define every little detail of their region, only witnessed once you are present in real-time.
Location: Stradun Old Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik 20000 Croatia
Entry Fee: adults 200 HRK (about 29 Euro) children and students 50 HRK, children under the age of 7: free entrance.
9. Lokrum: Lokrum Island lies in the Adriatic Sea, stretching from northwest to southeast, and can be reached by the ferry services provided by Dubrovnik city. A botanical garden and monastery are present on the island from the short-lived emperor of Mexico (Maximillian).The island is a great secluded getaway for a newlywed couple and we are sure that you will find something to suit your likings among some amazing Croatia honeymoon packages.
Location: Dubrovnik 20 000 Croatia
Entry Fee: 120kn
10. Lovrijenac: Lovrijenac fortress is built upon a 37-meter high rock by the sea, it is one of the most magnificent monuments in Dubrovnik. The fortress was a great defense mechanism against land and sea attacks and was only managed by a crew of 25 garrisons plus a commander of the fort.
Location: Ul. od Tabakarije 29, 20000, Dubrovnik, Croatia
Entry Fee: KN 200 for adults and KN 50 for visitors under the age of 18 and students with valid student ID.
1. Explore Museum of Broken Relationships: As the name already suggests, the theme of the museum is failed love relationships. The museum comprises items of former lovers along with a short note of description. The museum is a recipient of the Kenneth Hudson Award Europe's most innovative museum in 2011. The concept of the museum itself was born by a broken relationship between Olinka Vištica, a film producer, and Dražen Grubiši?, a sculptor.
The former couple initially joked about their failed relationship but in 2006, the first display took place in Glyptotheque Zagreb. Therefore, including this unique museum in your itinerary is a must for Croatia honeymoon packages to shower you with lifetime memories.
Location: irilometodska ul. 2, 10000, Zagreb, Croatia
Entry Fee: 40HRK per adult and 30 HRK for students, senior citizens, and people with disabilities.
2. Walk through the British Square: The British Square in Zagreb is a lane where fresh fruits, vegetables, dairy, and items such as antiques are sold by vendors. In case you are wondering, there are coffee shops as well for you to enjoy a hot cup of cappuccino with your spouse. Moreover, interesting events like Old School Nights on British Square” are usually held on Thursdays when the day leaps back in the 19th century and displays items from back in the day. Moreover, you can take back some antiques as gifts for your friends and family to make them a part of your trip.
Location: Ilica 63/1, 10000, Zagreb, Croatia
3. Day trip at National Park Plitvice Lake: A long day at Plitvice Lake National Park sounds perfect for a newlywed couple that could help them spend romantic moments together. One must be aware of the scenic landscape and picturesque background the couple could treat their eyes with. Young couples would want to go in the month of May, early June, September, or October because it is not too hot or crowded then, therefore privacy could be maintained.
Location: Lika-Senj County, Karlovac County, Croatia
Entry Fee: 250k
4. Explore Upper Town: Gradec and Kaptol are two major parts of the medieval period to form the Upper town. The Stone Gate or Kamenita Vrata is a great start to your tour, the natives believe the painting of the Virgin and Child exude magical powers because of which it was saved by the fires in 1731.
People come here to light candles and offer their prayers, it could be the ideal start to the tour of your honeymoon. Later, you could go to Zagreb Cathedral, Saint Mark’s Church, Lotrš?ak Tower and Gri? cannon, and end the tour by visiting The Zagreb Funicular.
Location: Zagreb 10000 Croatia
5. Cycle at the lake Jarun: Jarun Lake is a perfect place in a large city to go running, cycle, and stop to have a coffee. Around the lake, there is an excellent road, the length of which is about 7 km. This is a beautiful place to relax with a few cocktails and some friends. The best activities to do in Croatia include paddle, cruise, surf, swim, run, bicycle, roller skate, and skateboard around the lake. Croatia honeymoon packages love to pamper you and your loved one. Swimming in the clean waters of the lake is a great idea as there is a life safeguard present at all times.
Location: Jarun’s Lake, Croatia
6. Wakeboarding at Jarun Lake: One of the exciting activities to do in Croatia is to go wakeboarding in Jarun lake. Wakeboarding is one of the many sports one can enjoy at Jarun Lake. The place is near the city center, and you will love it from the first scene.
If you are a water baby, come here for a daytime picnic, and you are sure to not regret it. If wakeboarding sounds fascinating to you, you would be glad to know that one can also get professional training here. In fact, you could partner up with your spouse and get trained together. There are several local agencies that conduct regular training.
Location: Aleja Matije Ljubeka Bb, Zagreb Croatia
7. Enjoy 360-degree views on Zagreb’s Main Square: Zagreb’s Main Square is the central square of the city. Fun activities to do in Croatia includes a visit to this main square which is full of multi-storied buildings and screens with the latest advertisements continuously displayed. You can enjoy the 360-degree view of the fantastic lightning around the buildings. The Zagreb Eye offers a 360-degree observation deck with views over the city. This place is perfect if you want to spend some quality time over drinks and enjoy the city’s panoramic views.
Location: Ilica 1a, Zagreb 10000, Croatia
8. Visit Zagreb Cemetery: The Mirogoj Cemetery is a burial ground park that is seen as among the more indispensable places of interest in Zagreb. The graveyard buries people from every strict social occasion: Catholic, Orthodox, Muslim, Jewish, Protestant, Latter Day Saints; doubtful graves would all have the option to be found. This counts for one of the weird but interesting activities to do in Croatia.
The historic cemetery known for its architecture, like green oxidized doms, pastel-colored inner designs is magnificent. The extensive grounds of Mirogoj provide a peaceful escape from the city center. Despite being an unusual place to be at, on your honeymoon, Croatia honeymoon packages allow you to have a full fledged experience without a filter.
Location: Mirogoj 10, Zagreb, Croatia
9. Hangout at Cinema Kino Europa: If the idea of hanging out at the oldest and still functional cinema hall sounds fun to you, don’t forget adding a visit to Kino Europa to your activities to do in Croatia list. Almost 100 years old, a visit to this cinema mall makes for a unique, well deserving experience in Croatia.
Expect a vintage styled bar here, lively ambiance and an excellent opportunity to try some local rakija - brandy or wine. This place is certainly a favourite amongst the locals and allows tourists to indulge in the lifestyle of people of Croatia.
Location: Varšavska ul. 3, 10000, Zagreb, Croatia
10. Take a walk through Zagreb’s streets: If the question of what to do in Croatia is on your mind, we say go discover Zagreb’s streets. This is where tourists get the opportunity to explore for themselves local attractions, and closely observe the local culture and entertainment lifestyle. Here, you can also go hand-in-hand with your partner to explore the street arts that make the city alive.
The most fantastic part of strolling through these streets is that you can discover some excellent eating places and interact with locals to find hidden gems around. Wander like a locale and experience the real vibe of the city!
Location: Zagreb, Croatia
By Air: Croatia is accessible from most places in the UK and Ireland. Multiple airports like Zagreb Airport, Split Airport, Dubrovnik Airport, and Pula Airport, apart from several others are accessible from most countries of the world.
By Rail: If traveling by train from around other European countries like Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Czech Republic, Greece, etc. one can reach Croatia by railways. The main railway stations in Croatia include Zagreb, Pula, Rijeka, and Split.
By Sea: If traveling by sea you have a very limited set of options. If you are touring Italy and end up in Venice to reach Croatia, you are in luck because you could take a ferry from the northern part of Venice to the southern coast of Croatia. But you cannot travel by sea from any other locations.
By Road: Croatia is a well-connected country in terms of roadways, so tourists from neighboring countries like Hungary, Bosnia, Serbia, etc. can consider this option for a safe and sound journey.
The best time to visit the country is either May - June or September - October because of the pleasant weather and fewer visitors. The summer months of July and August are very hot that spoils a little fun for sightseeing in the afternoon and activities like exploring parks.
Yes, Croatia is a great destination for couples on honeymoon. This geographical attraction is one of the best countries to offer everything in one palette. From the white sandy beaches to swim in, to eye-catching architectural designs to the deeply ingrained cultural lifestyle, Croatia offers a plethora of experiences for honeymooners to indulge in. The scenic landscapes here make for romantic ambiance and picturesque backgrounds for perfect honeymoon pictures!
A one-week trip for a couple can cost approximately 7,049 KN; depending upon the honeymoon package that is selected. This cost, however, should be inclusive of stay, internal transportation, food, and participation in local activities like entry fees to museums, parks, etc.