Split, Korčula, and Dubrovnik

Small group, boutique travel experiences
Tailor designed journeys for the sophisticated, inquisitive traveler


Celebrate spring in Dubrovnik, Split and the island of Korčula! Revel in total cultural immersion and  special access experiences as you indulge in the Tasteful Croatian Journeys difference. Award winning Croatia specialist Wanda S. Radetti will lead you on a voyage that is elegantly interlaced with the threads of history, art and culture. You will travel along the stunning coastline of Dalmatia and savor the region’s distinct cuisine which combines the culinary traditions of the Mediterranean and Central Europe as well as its world class wines. Your hotel accommodations in Split will be in the heart of Roman Emperor Diocletian’s palace which represents the most valuable example of Roman architecture on the eastern coast of the Adriatic. While on the island Korčula, that claims to be the birth place of Marco Polo, your hotel accommodations will be inside an elegant converted bishop’s palace, ensconced in the walled city of Korčula where you will practice citizen diplomacy as you connect with the families of Korčula. You will have the opportunity to join the families in the processions of spring that have been a Korčula cultural tradition for more than seven hundred years. When traveling from Korčula to Dubrovnik, along the dramatically beautiful wine region of the Pelješac Peninsula, you will be challenged to stroll on one of the longest walls of Europe, and savor the best, most succulent oysters of the Mediterranean as you cruise along the ancient oyster beds of Ston. When in Dubrovnik, the Pearl of the Adriatic, your hotel accommodations will be inside a 17th century baroque palace that overlooks the piazza that bears the name of Gundulić, one of the most revered poets of Croatia.