Thursday, 09 March 2017 16:34

Zagreb Walking Tour

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From the impressive sacral heritage to cozy cafes and aromas of traditional fare, a walk through the Upper Town of Zagreb delivers the very essence of Croatia’s capital.
Bringing history, culture and brimming nightlife together around green parks, serene courtyards and quirky corners, Zagreb charms with a lively vibe. After you meet up by the Ban Jelačić statue on the main square, or “under the horse” as the locals would say it, head towards the historic Upper town area. You will pass Kamenita Vrata (Stone Gates), enjoy a pleasant stroll and see the tower of Lotrščak, the church of St. Mark, and several present-day government venues. The Upper Town grows on you with each step, so count on coming back for more even after you have finished your Zagreb walking tour.
21,00 €

Published in Zagreb
Thursday, 09 March 2017 16:28

Plitvice Lakes Day Trip from Zagreb

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‘UNESCO-protected heritage’, ‘Croatian National Park’, ‘most popular tourist destination in Croatia’… this full day tour explains why Plitvice Lakes rightfully own each title they get.
Croatia’s most popular national park sits south of the country’s capital of Zagreb. As you cast out from the bustling city landscapes, relax as they grow replaced by rural imagery enveloped in green forests. In one such area, 16 cascading lakes overflow in a spectacular play of over 90 waterfalls, creating the UNESCO-listed natural spot of Plitvice Lakes. Your guide will explain the inspiring works of nature behind the beauty of Plitvice and you will have a chance to tour around the lakes on a bus, a boat and a hike. After enjoying some time on your own, head back to Zagreb inspired by this heavenly corner of the world.
91,00 €

Published in Zagreb
Thursday, 09 March 2017 16:21

Split Walking Tour

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Enjoy a promenade through 1700 years of fascinating history which turned Split from a one man’s palace to the present day bustling city.
The historic core of Split, its stunning Diocletian’s Palace, was originally built as the Roman Emperor’s retirement venue at the turn of the 4th century AD. But when the Slavs ransacked Roman Salona in the 7th century, the entire town fled to the palace, setting foundation for the wondrous city Split is today. Flourishing, creative, and with a distinct Dalmatian spirit, the heart of Split enthralls with sites like its Peristyle, the Golden and Silver Gates, the Cathedral and Jupiter’s Temple. Starting underground, in the Palace Cellars, make your way to the daylight, and witness local living happen as you stroll past.
21,00 €

Published in Split