Good plan: A week to discover Croatia

La Croatie au départ de Bruxelles-Charleroi

Croatia, a small country nestled on the Adriatic coast, is a dream destination for those who enjoy sandy beaches and charming historical sites.
 Although starting to become more and more popular with experienced travellers, this destination remains a hidden gem.
Are you also attracted to this little-known destination? You're in luck, because several of Croatia's international airports are served from Brussels-Charleroi airport! 
We have put together "The" perfect programme for you to discover this enchanting country during 1 week: 

  • Day 1 - Arrival in Zagreb:

Start your stay in Croatia in the charming capital, Zagreb. Use this first day to explore the old town, visit the cathedral and stroll through the cobbled streets. Don't miss out on the local cuisine, with its grilled meat specialities and delicious pastries.

  • Day 2 - Plitvice Lakes National Park
par national de Plitvice

The next day, head to the Plitvice Lakes National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Located about 2 hours drive from Zagreb, you will find sparkling blue lakes and waterfalls surrounded by lush vegetation. It is a real natural jewel not to be missed.

  • Day 3 - Zadar:

Zadar , a historic city nestled on the Adriatic coast, is your next stop. Explore the old town, admire the Roman remains and medieval churches, and don't miss the famous Zadar sea organ. In the evening, head to the waterfront for a magnificent sunset.

Our favourite ❤️ : The many small typical restaurants  

  • Day 4 - Dalmatian Islands
Dalmatie Hvar brak

Croatia is known for its beautiful islands, and this is your chance to explore them. Take a ferry to the Dalmatian islands, such as Hvar or Brač, and enjoy the sun and crystal clear sea.

  • Day 5 - Dubrovnik

 Dubrovnik, at the southern tip of Croatia, is also known as the 'Pearl of the Adriatic' and is a jewel of medieval architecture. Stroll through the cobbled streets of the old town, admire the city walls and visit the cathedral. And don't forget to sample the region's culinary specialities.

Our favourite ❤️: The breathtaking view of the sea from the city walls 

  • Day 6 - Krka National Park
Parc national de Krka

Head to Krka National Park, famous for its spectacular waterfalls. See waterfalls and natural pools, as well as historic ruins.

  • Day 7 : Split 

Split is the second largest city in Croatia, located on the Dalmatian coast. The old town of Split is built around the Diocletian's Palace, a 1700 year old Roman monument. 


Ready to go? Here is the list of Croatian destinations operated with direct flights from Brussels-Charleroi: