Dotted in picturesque villages and topped with castles, the green rolling hills of the Croatian north set the scene for a fairy-tale-like day trip.
As the dreamy sceneries of vineyards and rural landscapes replace the image of the bustling capital city, travel to Varaždin, the northern region’s center. Known for its distinct Baroque air, Varaždin sits on the bank of river Drava and weaves its green parks and flat lands around the Baroque and rococo architectural fabric. From Varaždin, make your way to one of the most beautiful Croatian castles, Trakošćan. Mentioned in written documents for the first time in the 14th century, it will for sure remain on the tip of your tongue a while after you have visited.
63,00 €

Published in Zagreb
Thursday, 09 March 2017 16:16

Plitvice from Split and Trogir


The jaw-dropping beauty of Plitvice Lakes promises a day to remember.
With 16 cascading lakes and over 90 waterfalls, Plitvice Lakes always take a shortcut to the ‘Croatian favorites’ list. One of the most famous sites in the country, Plitvice have been a National Park for over half a century, and enlisted as the UNESCO natural heritage since 1979. After a scenic drive, explore this wondrous corner of water and forests accompanied by a local guide. Hike, walk, take a boat and drive around on a train, before taking some time to enjoy the picture-perfect scenery on your own. Untouched, untamed yet endearingly pristine, Plitvice Lakes soothe the soul with a beauty only nature can create.
105,00 €
120,00 € July and August

Published in Split
Thursday, 09 March 2017 16:07

Sibenik and NP Krka from Split


Coupling UNESCO heritage with a visit to Krka waterfalls, this experience brings the best traits of Croatia wrapped into a daytrip.
As you drive up the coast from Split, passing Solin, Kaštela, Trogir and Primošten, you’ll sense a change of scenery coming up ahead. Šibenik, the first town to be established by Croats, accentuates the Croatian diversity with its unique history and proud demeanor. Its beauty bedazzles, likewise its UNESCO-protected Cathedral of St. James, the most remarkable Gothic-Renaissance church on the Adriatic. After strolling around the stone alleyways of Šibenik, continue to Krka waterfalls. Cascading over 17 natural barriers, they are often referred to as the ‘petite Plitvice Lakes’ and are a stunning backdrop for a memorable day in intact nature.
58,00 €

Published in Split