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Krka National Park and Waterfalls Tour
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Split - Krka National Park and Waterfalls Tour

Experience the ultimate in natural beauty at Krka National Park, one of Croatia's wildest natural treasures. You'll get a chance to breathe in the freshest of airs and explore the waterfall-splashed landscape of Skradinski Buk. There's also a visit to Stella Croatica, famous for its handmade goods. Peter, one of our local guides, says, 'Krka National Park isn't just a nature-lover's haven, but also a place of historical and cultural importance. Within the park, you'll find several old fortresses, remnants of ancient Roman settlements, and medieval monasteries'.You'll begin your adventure with a visit to Stella Croatica, where you can indulge in some local, handmade delicacies and taste local flavours. And as you arrive into Krka National Park, prepare to be immersed into a day of exploration. Scenic wooden walkways weave through a breathtaking landscape dotted with waterfalls and tranquil lakes, offering stunning views and photo opportunities along the way. You'll also have the opportunity to learn about local traditions and visit a historic water mill.But the highlight of your visit is sure to be Skradinski Buk – a spectacular natural pool framed by 17 cascading waterfalls, creating a dramatic and photogenic backdrop. This area is not only a feast for the eyes but also a vital habitat for diverse wildlife. Keep your eyes peeled for the park's varied birdlife, including nightingales, herons, falcons, and owls, which add to the park's natural allure. You'll have some free time here to explore and also grab a bite to eat.

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Dubrovnik Tour
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Split - Dubrovnik Tour

Exploring Dubrovnik is like uncovering a treasure trove of historical masterpieces. And on this tour, you'll discover the Renaissance architecture, ancient palaces and historic churches that have earned Dubrovnik the nickname of ‘Pearl of the Adriatic'.

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Morning shuttle bus to Makarska
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Split - Morning shuttle bus to Makarska

A horseshoe-shaped bay on the Adriatic coast, Makarska makes a great daytrip destination. Take advantage of this hassle-free half-day transport option and visit this classy Croatian town. Spend the morning exploring medieval churches, shopping for souvenirs in stylish boutiques, or sitting in bars and restaurants on the palm-fringed promenade. The choice is yours.

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The Best of Montenegro
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Dubrovnik - The Best of Montenegro

A trip along ever-changing south Dalmatian coast from Dubrovnik takes you to the tiny country of Montenegro – a land of great natural beauty and immense cultural heritage. You'll explore Kotor, Perast and the island of Our Lady of the Rocks during this full day tour.

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Shuttle Bus to Makarska
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Split - Shuttle Bus to Makarska

Croatia comes alive at night, and there are few better places to enjoy an evening on the Adriatic coast than Makarska. Take advantage of our hassle-free transport option to explore this Dalmatian beauty after dark. Spend your time here shopping for souvenirs in stylish boutiques or dipping into restaurants and classy cocktail bars on the palm-fringed promenade.

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Trogir and Split
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Split - Trogir and Split

Sitting at opposite ends of the Gulf of Kastela, Split and Trogir offer two contrasting visions of the past. Split is a bustling city built around a Roman emperor's palace while Trogir is a medieval town set upon an islet.

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Ancient Istria Tour from Pula including Bale, Rovinj and Poreč
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Istria - Ancient Istria Tour from Pula including Bale, Rovinj and Poreč

Istria is an enticing mix of ancient seaside towns, vine-clad countryside and hilltop villages. Island views, good wine and delicious dishes vie for your attention. This full-day tour takes in some of Istria's star turns, including the historic village of Bale and the seaside gems of Rovinj and Poreč. You'll also tuck into a tasty lunch at a countryside restaurant in Grzini. Mauro, one of our expert local guides, says, ‘We pack lots in on this tour. From traditional Batana fishing boats bobbing at the port in Rovinj to enjoying some typical dishes of Central Istria, plus the Byzantine Basilica in Poreč, you'll get a true insight into our region.'Your adventure kicks off in Bale, a hilltop village of narrow cobbled alleys lined with medieval stone houses and Venetian palaces and churches. Wander the mazy old town before heading to Rovinj on the Adriatic coast, where the Venetian influence is everywhere. Occupying an egg-shaped peninsula, it's a treasure trove of winding streets that lead to the baroque Church of St Euphemia, whose slender belfry dominates the skyline.Then it's time to make our way to the hamlet of Grzini to feast on a typical Istrian lunch in the countryside, and after your meal we'll swing back to the coast to explore Poreč. This ancient town on a headland is now as famed for its modern bars and clubs as its Euphrasian Basilica, one of the most beautifully preserved monuments of Early Byzantine art in the whole of the Mediterranean, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Summer Tour of Lake Bled with Bled Castle and Boat Ride
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Istria - Summer Tour of Lake Bled with Bled Castle and Boat Ride

Slovenia is easily accessible from Istria. And this tour explores one of its most picture-postcard areas – Lake Bled, with its emerald-coloured waters and turreted castle framed against the backdrop of the Julian Alps.

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Konavle Valley Wine-tasting Tour with Scenic Train
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Dubrovnik - Konavle Valley Wine-tasting Tour with Scenic Train

Konavle valley's distinctive culture and cuisine are revealed in all their glory during this half-day tour. You'll sample locally grown wines at family-run vineyards, ride a train from village to village and tuck into some traditional food, all in the scenic surroundings of the Konavle valley. Antun, one of our local guides, says, ‘Dubrovačka Malvasija is the renowned grape variety unique to this region. Local winemakers managed to save the species, even though there were only three healthy vines remaining in the post-war period.'Located near the border with Montenegro, between mountains and the Adriatic Sea, the valley is a sun-drenched countryside escape from Dubrovnik. You'll arrive in the village of Zastolje to visit the historic Brajković winery, then it's all aboard to ride to Ljuta by train. Here, you'll see how the 500-year-old Đivanović water mill had dual purposes – since medieval times it was used to produce flour and process wool into fabric.After this visit, we'll continue to a different vineyard and wine cellar for more tasting. You'll sample some local culture when you try a typical ploughman's lunch, just as the farmers would eat during a hard day in the fields. The final stop is a third winery. Antun says, ‘You'll relish a cold glass of Konavle rosé alongside a slice of typical pandišpanj sponge cake at this vineyard. Pandišpanj is traditionally made for special occasions, like this tour, when we welcome our guests to our beautiful Konavle valley.'

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Mostar City Tour with Ottoman Home
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Dubrovnik - Mostar City Tour with Ottoman Home

East meets west in Mostar – a city where minarets and church spires rise above ancient stone houses. You'll cross the border into Bosnia and Herzegovina, and discover sights such as the world-famous Stari Most bridge and the bazaar.

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Istrian Coast Boat Cruise with BBQ from Poreč
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Istria - Istrian Coast Boat Cruise with BBQ from Poreč

Blue seas, green scenery, rugged cliffs and craggy coastline, Croatia's Istria boasts an enchanting landscape to admire on this boat trip. You'll cruise through the magical Lim Fjord to swim in Vrsar, anchor up in Rovinj to take a look around this pretty seaside village and spend the day sunning yourself on deck. It's idyllic to a T.

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Ancient Istria Tour from Rovinj including Pula and Lunch
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Istria - Ancient Istria Tour from Rovinj including Pula and Lunch

At the crossroads between Latin and Slavic Europe, Istria offers up the best of both worlds. It packs a lot into its small territory, so this tour shows off the best bits – rustic villages, Roman ruins, Byzantine basilicas and a taste of its world-class food scene. You'll visit Pula, Gržini and Poreč, enjoying scenic landscapes between stops. Karla, one of our expert local guides, says, ‘You'll get to see a side of Istria that most visitors miss when you visit Gržini village for a homemade lunch. You'll taste maneštra – a traditional Istrian country dish – and drink malvazija, the ‘queen' of Istrian wines, in a farm-to-table restaurant.'Kick off the day in Pula, spread around a bay in the south of the peninsula. This storied town is home to a well-preserved Roman amphitheatre, where you'll get shown around by centurions. But that's just the tip of the iceberg – Pula boasts a wealth of ancient relics. Must-sees include the Temple of Augustus and the triumphal arch, while there are also Byzantine and baroque churches as well as a Habsburg fortress.Next, we'll head inland to the hamlet of Gržini for a traditional Istrian lunch, washed down with local wine, before returning to the coast to explore Poreč. Set on a compact headland, we'll walk the old Roman streets of Decumanus and Cardo Maximus up to the most important monument in town – the Euphrasian basilica, one of the most beautifully preserved monuments of early Byzantine art in the Mediterranean, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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