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This tour is like a treasure trove of historical masterpieces. You’ll have the day to check out the Renaissance architecture, ancient palaces and historic churches that give Dubrovnik its nickname – the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic'. Once the capital of the wealthy Republic of Ragusa, the walled city is packed with historic sites, including the chunky walls and battlements surrounding it. A walking tour of the Old Town will lead you to Baroque churches, Venetian houses and the Franciscan Monastery, which houses one of Europe’s oldest pharmacies. After the tour, spend some time meandering through the streets. When you’ve worked up an appetite, you can dip into the modern eateries and bars, which are nestled amongst the ornate buildings. You’ll have the choice of peaceful squares or bustling marinas for your backdrop. Wherever you choose, you’ll do well ordering seafood – black risotto, fried squid or octopus salad are all staples here.

This trip will take you to the ‘Nautical Paradise’ of Kornati National Park. Scattered in the Adriatic Sea, these 100-odd islands, islets and reefs range in colour from white to terracotta and pale green. You’ll board a boat to take in the island sights, which leads you to Telašćica Bay. A seven-kilometre-long channel overlooked by hills and forests on the shore, this whole place is labelled a nature park in its own right, so keep an eye out for roaming wildlife. You’ll stop for a picnic lunch onboard, before heading to a saltwater lake for a dip. This place is great for bird-watching, too and, if you’re lucky, you might spot a short-toed eagle or peregrine falcon. Later, it’s time to sail back to shore via the park’s signature limestone cliffs.

This trip will introduce you to Croatia’s nature at its best with a visit to the waterfall-splashed countryside of Krka National Park. It’s a place of thundering waterfalls, lakes and pretty riverside walks. After a short introduction, you’ll have the day to stroll along the wooden waterside walkways. You’ll see the tiny island of Visovac – home to an 18th-century monastery and church. And, the crowning glory is Skradinski Buk – a huge natural pool with 17 cascading waterfalls at both ends. Spend some time wildlife-spotting, as herons, falcons and owls are all regulars here. Plus, watch out for fish in the see-through waters of the Krka River. Later, you can cool down with a dip in the waterfall’s lower lake or relax in the shade of the neighbouring lime trees. Here, you’ll have time for some lunch, before making your way back to the coach.

You’ll be in waterfall-induced heaven on this tour, as this ticket gets you into Krka National Park – a full 142 square kilometres of see-through lakes, riverside trails and cascading falls. Everything begins at the pretty seaside town of Skradin, a UNESCO-protected gateway to the waterfall-filled park. From here, you’ll hop on a boat, which will take you to Skradinksi Buk – the park’s most famous waterfalls, named after their neighbouring town. There are a total of 17 waterfalls to spot at this huge pool, as well as wildlife like herons, falcons and eagles. You’ll carve a trail past the tumbling falls, before boarding your boat for a trip to Lake Visovac. Here, you’ll explore the tiny island and its 14th-century monastery. Your final stop is the 23-metre-high Roški Slap, dubbed the ‘necklace’ by locals due to its greenery.

You’ll need to dust off those comfy shoes for this packed day of history. First, you’ll travel to the tiny town of Trogir for a tour of the UNESCO-listed old quarter. It’s stacked with 13th-century palaces and churches – not to mention an impressive Romanesque-Gothic cathedral. Next, you’ll be let loose to stroll along the streets and plazas, and wander the gift shops and galleries. You can grab lunch on the café-lined seaside promenade, with swaying yachts for a view. And after, you’ll make your way to Split – the buzzing hub of the Dalmatian Coast. Here, the city centres on the 3rd-century Diocletian’s Palace, once the retirement home for a fearless Roman emperor and one of the world’s most impressive Roman monuments. Within its walls, you’ll find shops, bars, restaurants, and even a couple of cathedrals. Outside, you can take in the views with a coffee from the smart Riva promenade.

East meets west on this trip, as you cross the border into neighbouring Bosnia and Herzegovina for a visit to the country’s cultural capital, Mostar. The city is home to one of the most famous bridges in Europe, the Stari Most. It was built during the Ottoman Empire and is considered one of the most important pieces of Islamic architecture in the Balkans. Bridges aside, you’ll be given a guided walking tour of the historic city – a true melting pot of cultures and religions. Your guide will lead you around the cobbled old bazaar, a well-preserved traditional Turkish home and one of the many mosques. After the tour, you’ll have the afternoon free to explore for yourself. Spend some time in the old craft shops or enjoy a traditional Turkish lunch overlooking the world-famous Medieval bridge.

This tour will satisfy your cravings for postcard-perfect sights and homemade food. You’ll head along the coast and into the mountains. Here, you’ll stop in the small town of Omiš, where you can take in the view from above. You can watch as the River Cetina winds its way through the deep gorge and into the teal-tinted sea. Next, you’ll board a boat and float down the river, with lunch as your destination. You’ll pull up at a riverside restaurant in a centuries-old stone watermill. Here, you’ll tuck into a feast of local Balkan delicacies – bean soup and tender meat cooked under a traditional cast-iron bell. After lunch, it’s time to explore Omiš and its colourful history. You’ll finish the day wandering the churches, fortresses and narrow streets – once walked by the infamous Omiš pirates from the 12th to 14th century.

You’ll need to hold on tight for this adrenaline-pumping day out. To start, you’ll make your way into the Omiš Dinara Mountains to the shore of the Cetina River. But, remember – what goes up must come down. You’ll be given a quick safety briefing and kitted out with wetsuits, helmets and lifevests, before heading to your rafts. Next, you’ll take a seat in your raft, ready for a ride through the rocky canyon. Expect fast-moving rapids and calm currents as the raft skims, spins and glides over the foamy water. Your raft ride will last around three hours, before a stop-off in Radmanove Mlinice. Here, you can leave your rafts behind and jump in the clear river or explore the neighbouring forest. After a traditional lunch, you’ll head to the ancient town of Omiš to explore the fortresses, towers and streets that pirates once roamed.

Hotel Meteor, Petra Krešimira IV bb

Drive along the Adriatic coast through scenic landscapes of the Makarska Riviera and across the Neretva River delta to Dubrovnik. Because of its exceptional beauty and rich cultural heritage this ancient city has been included in UNESCO's List of Cultural Heritage. Dubrovnik is surrounded by ramparts and fortresses and is a treasure trove of architectural and cultural masterpieces scrupulously preserved over the centuries. A pleasant walk will show you the city's highlights, such as palaces, churches, museums, squares.

desde 77,62 €

Hotel Meteor, Petra Krešimira IV bb

Once a revolutionary Emperor, fearless and yet more brutal than some of this predecessors did, the emperor Diocletian built this gigantic palace right here. The palace is well preserved today is not only the center of Split, but also a part of our World Heritage, which see under the protection of UNESCO. Experience the unique atmosphere of this part of the city and feel the history of this palace and his city. Split evolved from a palace to the largest Dalmatian city, which invites you to stroll on this day also.

Experience the past in the old ruins and feel the eternal youth that this city even today has a coffee at famous Riva of Split. Next the path leads us to Trogir, a harmonious stone town on an island is connected to the mainland and the island of Ciovo by a bridge. The old city core, which is under UNESCO protection, is a treasure trove for lovers of art, Renaissance and Baroque buildings, Romanesque churches... Trogir is known as a museum city, of which the famous portal of the cathedral testifies that Master Radovan constructed it in 1240. Furthermore, there is the city loggia from the Renaissance, the small, narrow streets and plazas, numerous restaurants, cafes, gift shop and galleries that give the city along with numerous cultural and musical events a special Mediterranean atmosphere.

desde 45,25 €

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