Croatia: Marmus Music Tour (March-April-June)

Group Tour Overview

Great music trip through Croatia, the raising star of Europe.
Safe, warm weather, music academies with for over 200 years tradition,
Plitvice Lakes, one of the Seven Wonders of Natural World, Split, the birth
place of Emperor Diocletian, Dalmatian Coast (remember 101 Dalmatians),
and end the journey with concert in Dubrovnik, the most beautiful medival
town in Mediterranean. Three concerts included

Great combination with Italy

Experience Time

10 Days

No. of Cities

5 Cities

Departure Date

You Choose


Day-2. ZAGREB: Arrival Zagreb, and transfer to your four star hotel on the main square of the city. In the afternoon, walking tour of the Old Town, Jelacic Square, and the Theatre.

Day-3. ZAGREB & CONCERT:  Walk to Music Academy of Zagreb, for morning workshop. Then concert in Bersa Music Hall. Choir will have joint copncert with Croatian young chorist. Afternoon walking tour of Old Zagreb.

Day-4. CAKOVEC & CONCERT-PLITVICE: Travel to Croatian countryside to visit the baroque town of Cakovec. Concert in local school. Then to Trakoscan to visit great castle built in 14th century. Late afternoon transfer to Plitvice Lakes for dinner and overnight.

Day-5. PLITVICE LAKES-SPLIT-MEDJUGORJE: Visit Plitvice National Park, one of Seven Naturalk Wonders of the World, with tour of amazing  17 cascade lakes (weather permitting). Then continue to Split, seaside town, known as the birth place of Emperor Diocletian. Visit the remains of his huge Summer Palace, and then to Medjugorje and your hotel for overnight. 

Day-6. MOSTAR & CONCERT: Travel to nearby Mostar for walking tour of this old Otoman city, once the main trading post during the rule of Ottoman Empire.  Visit the famous bridge and the Market and then to nearby town for concert in local school. Then to Medjugorje, one of three most visited pilgrimage sites in Europe.

Day-7. STON - DUBROVNIK: Morning ride to Dalmatian Copast to visit the town of Ston, site of the "Great Wall of Europe". Then to Dubrovnik. Upon arrival transfer to your four star seaside hotel with swimming pool and join your tour director on walking g tour of the most beautiful medieval walled town in Europe, and UNESCO heritage site.  

Day-8. DUBROVNIK & CONCERT: Guided  tour of this old town explains how it changed the hands of its many rulers from Byzantium and Venetian to Napoleon, Turks and Italians. See: the Museum of Dubrovnik, Stradun (the main artery of the city,  Minceta Tower, the Old Port. There will be a concert in Dubrovnik Cathedral or in Atrium. Later guided tour of the "walls of Dubrovnik" which will bring you over 20 metres high to explore over 1,5 km. of walls, towers and ramparts with amazing view over the city and Adriatic Sea. Then concert in Music Academy or on the main square. 

Day-9. DUBROVNIK: Boat tour along the walled city and to the nearby Island (weather permitting).  Free afternoon for some fun inside the walls. Great place to buy some souvenirs. In the evening possible concert in the resort.


Our Tour hotels are never far from where you need to go. We choose only the best hotels in centralized locations so you can get on with your tour.

Dubrovnik Hotel

Valmar Lacroma

With every group tour we provide you will see all the best attractions and some you might not even know. These attractions are just steps away from your hotel:

Mirogoj - St. Stephens Cathedral - National Theatre - Plitvice Lakes boat tour - Diocletian Palace

Great Wall of Europe - Dubrovnik Walls tour

Your tour is important to us and we provide the most inclusive tour possible. This student group tour includes the following:

-round trip airfare

-airport taxes based on present fees

-8 nights in high quality - down town hotels

-8 open buffet breakfast

-8 dinners

-3 concerts

-tours of Zagreb, Plitvice Lakes, Mostar, Medjugorje, Split and Dubrovnik

-Mariden tour director

Not included: insurance, tips (6 euro per person/day) drin ks with dinner

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