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Dubrovnik to Split Cruises

Croatia is ideal for a small ship cruise, and Dubrovnik to Split cruises are one of the most memorable journeys a traveler can take. The over 3,278-mile coastline and more than 1,000 islands and islets are ideal for sailing, making for a true island-hopping paradise. With departures from the “Pearl of the Adriatic” you’ll get to begin your exciting adventure in a big way, strolling the pedestrian-only streets of Old City Dubrovnik, discovering “Game of Throne” filming sites among the grand medieval architecture with aristocratic palazzi and Baroque churches, all contained within medieval fortifications. As you cruise toward Split, you’ll be able to stop at some of the most enchanting isles in the country, like spectacular Mljet Island, home to Mljet National Park, which covers a third of it with dense forest and famous salt lakes. Korcula is often on the itinerary too, the birthplace of Marco Polo with its captivating fortified Old Town that contains Venetian details throughout.