Tour of Croatia and Slovenia

Discover the Croatian Adriatic coast and let Slovenia seduce you.

Day 1. Split
Departure Split

Day 2. Split - Plitvice
Heading to the Plitvice Lakes National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and a tour of the park. This mountain region abounds in different kinds of trees, such as ash, beech, pine and maple, and contains 16 beautiful lakes interconnected with waterfalls. The park is home to more than 150 species of birds and several species of mammals, including bears and wolves.

Day 3. Plitvice - Ljubljana - Bled
Departing Plitvice, we'll head to Ljubljana, Slovenia's capital and birthplace of the famous architect, Joža Plečnik. The facades of the buildings are in the Renaissance, Baroque and modern styles. A tour of the city includes the city bridges, a market place next to St Nicolas' Cathedral bursting with colours and life, and a promenade towards a castle on a hill overlooking the old city, a favourite local meeting place.

Day 4. Bled - Bohinj - Ljubljana
A tour of Bled, often called the pearl of the Alpine region due to its magical emerald lake. The boats called pletna, constructed in a traditional way, will take you to an islet with a small church located in the lake's centre. A tour of a medieval castle from the 11th century, built on the cliffs overlooking the lake. A visit to Bohinj, the largest lake in the Julian Alps region, including Triglav, Slovenia's highest peak (2864 m). A 15-minute walk will take you to the source of the River Sava Bohinjka. You will have plenty of time to relax by the lake and visit St John's Church decorated with the 13th century frescoes, located in close proximity.

Day 5. Ljubljana - Postojna - Pula - Opatija
Heading toward Postojna, the world's largest complex of Karst caves. More than 2 million years old and 27 kilometres long, the caves are among the most easily accessible in the world. A tour of the underground caves, abounding in stalagmites and stalactites, on a small electric train will be a memorable experience. The caves are home to the endemic amphibian, Proteus Anguinus, locally called čovječja ribica (“human fish”). A tour of the town of Poreč and its Basilica of St Euphrasy from the 6th century, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, famous for its beautiful mosaics. The next phase of your tour takes you to the city of Pula and it amphitheatre. The Arena of Pula is one of the world's best preserved Roman amphitheatres, which once accommodated 23.000 visitors. Nowadays it is a popular concert and film festival venue.

Day 6. Opatija - Zadar - Split
A tour of the city of Zadar dating from the 9th century B.C., situated on a peninsula, includes the Roman Forum from the 2nd century B.C., and St Donatus’ Church built on Roman foundations. A visit to the town of Trogir, included in the UNESCO World Heritage Site List in 1997. The town is famous for its beautiful Cathedral of St Lawrence and charming old churches, palaces and monasteries.

Day 7. Split
A visit to the city of Split and its attraction, Diocletian’s Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The palace houses one of the world's oldest cathedrals constructed 1700 years ago.

Day 8. Split



1. Nadzor nad poslovanjem agencije obavlja turistička inspekcija ministarstva turizma

2. Opći uvijeti poslovanja
3. Način ulaganja prigovora

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