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6 to 9
2 to 5
|06/18 - 06/26||$4,990||$5,490||$5,990|
|07/09 - 07/17||$4,990||$5,490||$5,990|
EARLY BOOKING DISCOUNT:
Book your 2016 adventure before July 31 2015, and receive a $250 discount per person for groups of 2 to 5 or a $500 discount per person for groups of 6 or more.
Child Discount: $100 per child under 12
Triple Discount: $200 for children under 12 sharing with 2 adults
Alumni Discount: if you are a returning Thomson guest, please subtract $500 per family from these prices
Price includes: Accommodations based on two to a room, land transportation, private bi-lingual guide throughout, most meals, bottled water & snacks in the vehicle, Comprehensive Travel Insurance.
Prices are based on the number of people in your party.
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Welcome to Croatia! Prepare to be wowed by this up-and-coming jewel of the Adriatic Sea! With ancient ruins, turquoise waters, striking mountain and island landscapes, and a unique convergence of Mediterranean, Central European, and Balkan cultures, this place is an unforgettable heaven on earth.
The Dalmatian coastal city of Dubrovnik is steeped in rich history -- itself a UNESCO World Heritage Site -- and offers scenery unlike anywhere in the world. Fortified walls elevate medieval fortresses above the stunning surrounding sea, and idyllic islands and caves hide in lagoons and remote corners.
- Explore the city on foot
- Visit the Maritime Museum and Rector's Palace
- Optional walk to the Walls of Dubrovnik
- Play a game with the children's local Croatian pen pals
- Kayak around the surrounding waters and islands
- Snorkel at the hidden cave beach of Betina
- Wander around Dubrovnik's Old Town
Head to Split, a remarkably attractive city with thousands of years of interesting history. Built around the 4-century palace of the Roman emperor Diocletian, Split has been ruled by Byzantines, Venetians, and others... and the influences show in the culture, cuisine, and architecture of this fairytale city.
- Traverse Split on foot, seeing palaces, and much more
- Or, bike a shoreline route past beaches, and hillside forest
- Whip around a winding track on speedy go-carts
- Cruise the Adriatic by speedboat
- Snorkel in crystal-clear waters
- Take some photos in the historic center of Trogir
- Zip line through a vast river canyon
Hotel Excelsior Dubrovnik has been an iconic landmark since its opening in 1913. The newly renovated, five-star hotel is located in the old part of the city, just minutes from Dubrovnik’s Old Town and offers gorgeous views. The hotel includes 158 comfortable rooms, 3 restaurants, fitness center, swimming pool, private beach, and wireless internet.
Ideally located, the Radisson Blu Resort is only 3 km from the city center and steps from the coastline of the Adriatic Sea. Along with its 250 modern rooms, amenities include free wireless internet, spa fitness center, indoor & outdoor pools, and 3 restaurants.
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