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Things To Do In Croatia

It is indeed a difficult task to choose the best things to do in a country like Croatia. It allows the best possible options which will surely make your trip memorable. Just get a time to explore it with our Croatia holiday packages.

We’re pleased to offer the perfect city walk: an informative and leisurely walk, in a small-group setting, for a reasonable price which also includes free Maraschino liqueur and Pag cheese tasting.

Walking along Zadar`s streets the guide will show you the entire spectrum of monuments and hidden corners, taking you into the past more than 3000 years. 

By retelling the stories and legends you will feel the pulse of the town from the past and today`s everyday living. 

Best of all, you can be sure that our guides are not only professionally licensed, but also friendly locals who will enjoy showing you “the Pearl of the Adriatic”.

Long after leaving Zadar, you’ll remember your Zadar Walking Tour.

Meet your guide at the Meeting Point: „Narodni trg“ (People`s Square) under the Lamp Post 10 minutes beforehand. Look for a white umbrella with Zadar Walking Tour sign

After meeting your tour guide, starts your journey through the ancient history of  Zadar's old town, a UNESCO World-Heritage Site.

During the walk you will see the Old City hidden corners, stop by the Church of St. Donat that lies on the ancient Roman forum bulit from the 1st century BC to the 3rd century AD, Cathedral of St. Anastasia, Sea Gate, Land Gate, City Walls and the Square of Five Wells…

Visit the famous city market and marvel at the wide variety of products from nearby farms.

Enjoy a taste of Pag Island cheese and the famous Maraschino liqueur

At the end of the tour you can take your time listening the unique sound of the Sea organ or enjoy a view of the beautiful sunset.

The tour guide would be glad to give you suggestions regarding restaurants and shops to make this trip a memorable one!

Discover Plitvice Lakes National Park, one of the top national parks in Europe and a UNESCO World Heritage site, on this day trip from Zadar. Spend the day among the breathtaking natural beauty of Croatia’s Dinaric Mountains, walk through forests, and explore the terraced lakes and waterfalls.
Departing from Zadar in the morning, your day trip starts with the 1-hour-and-45-minute drive to Plitvice Lakes National Park.
Home to diverse vegetation and wildlife, including wild boar, wolves, and even bears, the park was granted World Heritage status in 1979. Located roughly halfway between Zagreb and Zadar, it's marked on old maps as the Devil’s Garden; the spectacular area consists of 16 interconnected terraced lakes, gushing over travertine rock covered in moss. 
When you arrive at Plitvice, begin your 4-hour guided tour, visiting the Upper Lakes and Lower Lakes and enjoying the unspoiled environment of one of the most beautiful national parks in the world. Although you can’t swim in the protected lakes, your guide will show you the best places to explore and relax in this paradise of natural wonders. Besides walking and sightseeing, the tour includes an electric boat ride on Kozjak Lake. 
On your way back, stop for lunch at a restaurant outside the park (own expense) before returning to Zadar, where your tour ends.

Join this all day excursion beginning with a visit to the nature phenomenon, the Blue Cave. Swim at best beaches on Vis island and visit hidden caves on the way. Taste best Croatian dishes in Hvar's restaurants and after that enjoy impressive view from Fortica fortress in Hvar.

Itinerary. This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Cave Bisevo 

Blue cave is highlight of this tour. Natural phenomenon made by sea and wind. 

NOTE: in case when cave is closed we provide alternative caves for visit . Duration: 1 hour


Stop for sightseeing and breakfast. This is old fisherman's town where one can see old Dalmatian customs. Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Stiniva Cove

This is one of the best beaches in Europe. In low season great place for swimming and in high season we are making short stop to take pictures and for swimming if possible. Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Budikovac Island

Nice sand bay between islands where one can enjoy swimming and snorkeling or just drink cocktail in beach bar. Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Hvar Fortress

Last stop is Hvar town where travelers can spend time on sightseeing (best place is Fortica fortress) and where eat traditional Croatian lunch. Duration: 3 hours

If you are visiting Dubrovnik for the first time or hundredth, the sense of awe will never fade when you set your eyes on the beauty of the old town. Dubrovnik located in the extreme south of Croatia is known as the Pearl of the Adriatic. A rich and powerful city state suffered structural damages during the siege of 1991 and 1992 by the hands of the Yugoslav people's army .Dubrovnik’s history is perfectly preserved, and full of wonderful Renaissance, Lovrijenac Fortress, and Baroque palaces, churches, and Franciscan Monastery. In Dubrovnik the most trendy attraction is the pedestrian-only old town and surrounding city walls.
Adriatic Sea offers all the adventure seekers with the best snorkelling and scuba diving experiences. While snorkelling you can also come across many dolphins which would make your experience a different beauty altogether. You are not going to find any sharks or other dangerous creatures whiles snorkelling or scuba diving.

Escape the crowd and head for a wine tour to some of the most beautiful vineyards of Croatia such as PrimorskaHrvatska and KontinentalnaHrvatska. Spend a couple of days wandering in these vineyards and get a chance to taste the finest selection of rare Croatian wines.

Since there is no shortage of beaches in Croatia, most of them being rocky, sandy and with clear waters; it would not be an exaggeration to say that swimming inside a hidden cove is one of the beautiful experiences on your Croatia Tour. 
Hop onto a yacht only to jump off from it into the Adriatic Sea which would be quite an adventure you would not like to miss out on. Set out on a yacht journey amidst one of the most beautiful journey you would ever be on.
Dubrovnik City Walls are a series of defensive stone walls that surround the Dubrovnik. The walk along the historic walls of this old city is surely going to be a major highlight. These walls which are 2kms long take an approximate time of 2 hours to cover the entire circle.

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