Did you, like many others, suddenly find yourself supporting Croatia in the World Cup soccer final?
Well, here’s your chance to visit the small European nation. On Foot Holidays has two self-guided inn-to-inn walking holidays in Croatia: a six-night Istria walk and an easier seven-night Dubrovnik walk.
Highlights of the Istria route — which is priced from about $1120 per person twin share — include staying in a traditional hunter’s lodge and visiting Hum, which is officially listed as the smallest town in the world (population 21).
“The route can be walked from April through to October, includes four to 6 1/2 hours of walking each day, and is medium in difficulty,” On Foot says.
The Dubrovnik walk costs from about $1410 per person twin share and is designed for the occasional walker, with two to four hours of walking each day.
(Top image: The Croatian town of Moscenicka)
- Book before September 30.
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