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The most beautiful city in the world!
Regular boat line
Venice is without a doubt one of the most glorified and romantic cities in the world and thus one of the most desired destinations. A pleasant boat ride of around two and a half hours will take us to magnificent Venice and make your vacation a spectacular experience.
Founded in the 5th century and gradually spread over 118 islets which make an impression of a floating city, Venice became the world's most powerful maritime force in the 10th century. The entire city is an incredible architectural masterpiece; the works of some of the world's most prominent artists like Giorgione, Titian, Tintoretto, etc., can be found even in its smallest buildings.
During the afternoon you can enjoy your free time in individual activities, have lunch, and take a gondola or water taxi ride.
PLITVICE LAKES NATIONAL PARK
A breath-taking magic of nature forces
The Plitvice Lakes National Park was included in UNESCO’s World Heritage List in 1979, as a "natural phenomenon of rare and unique beauty”.
It was founded in 1949 as Croatia's first national park, to protect breath-taking natural beauty – a phenomenon of karst hydro-geology.
A series of 16 lakes, constantly changing colour from turquoise to green, grey or blue, was created by a natural process of travertine barriers deposition, and now form part of a superb symphony of lakes, waterfalls and surrounding woods with wildlife. Visitors can experience this rare phenomenon of water and karst by walking the eight-kilometre long trails and wooden bridges or by taking a ride by boat or electric train.
The National Park sightseeing tour lasts for about three and a half hours, after which you will enjoy a delicious lunch at the local restaurant.
Fall in love with the magical Istria!
Istria - Croatia's largest peninsula - is a picturesque mosaic that will enchant you not only with its coast, but also with the beauty and diversity of its inland parts.
Join us on our journey through the Red, Green and White Istria and enjoy the beauty of its green hills and numerous vineyards. We will visit medieval towns surrounded by walls and located on picturesque hills with an astonishing view of the nearby valleys, fields and mountains. Our fist stop will be the town of Grožnjan, a home of many artists’ colonies, after which we will head towards Livade where you will have the opportunity to taste the famous Istrian truffles.
Then follows a sightseeing tour of the picturesque town of Motovun, where you will also have some free time.
The city of Pula is the gem of our excursion. It dates back from the Roman times, as testified by its beautiful and well preserved Amphitheatre, the sixth-largest in the world. The Temple of Augustus, the ancient city walls, the Golden Gate and many other monuments built under the Roman Empire prove that Pula was an important centre in that era.
POSTOJNA CAVE & PREDJAMA CASTLE
The world’s famous cave and the castle you cannot miss!
Full day excursion
This is a trip made for nature lovers. After a pleasant drive we arrive at the Predjama village where the famous Predjama castle is located. The castle literally hangs in the middle of its 123 meters high rocky cliff and is a unique site that you cannot miss!
Later on we will proceed to the small town of Postojna, where we can see one of the most famous and beautiful caves in Europe. The cave is 22km long, through which we will partly be driven by an electric train and partly walk for about 2km through its most beautiful parts afterwards. The sightseeing activity will last for about 90 minutes after which lunch will follow along with some free time for souvenir shopping.
WINE & ART - AGROLAGUNA AND GROŽNJAN
The magic of Istrian wine and art colonies
Istria, Croatia's largest peninsula will attract younot only because of its coast but also its lovely and varied inland area. Join our tour to see Red, Grey and White Istria, to enjoy the beauty of its green hills and its numerious vineyards.
You will see medieval towns encircled by ramparts, situated on picturesque hilltops, offering a fascinating view of the surrounding valleys, fields and mountains. The highlight of our journey is the visit to the renowed wine and olive oil producing facilities Agrolaguna. We will take a tour through the olive grove and vineyards, followed by a visit to the winery and the wine cellars where you will become familiar with the process of premium wine production.
In the pleasant ambience of the wine tasting room, you will try three different wines and delicacies such as cheese and famous olive oils.
We will also visit Grožnjan, picturesque medieval town, today the summer residence of various artists, where you will have the opportunity to taste the famous Istrian truffle
BRIJUNI ISLANDS NATIONAL PARK (by boat)
Paradise islands of aristocracy
The Brijuni Islands consist of 14 islands and islets and are an extraordinary mix of natural beauty and cultural and historical heritage. Indigenous plants, preserved Mediterranean maquis, meadows where fallow deer, chital deer and mouflons freely graze all make part of the Brijuni landscape that you will experience during the excursion.
The archaeological and other sites located away from the island’s centre can be visited by train: the Verige Bay with the remnants of a Roman villa rustica from the 1st century AD, as well as the safari park that is home to many animals, such as zebras, Somali sheep, humped zebu cattle, dromedary camels, llamas and elephants. It is noteworthy that as many as 200 dinosaur footprints have been identified on the Veli Brijun Island. The archaeological museum, located in a Venetian castle dating from the 16th century, the small Gothic Church of St. German from the 15th century housing a permanent display of fresco replicas and Glagolitic monuments of Istria, a natural science collection, and the exhibition “Tito on the Brijuni Islands” are also a part of the sightseeing tour.
Fish picnic on Astral boat
Having a fish picnic on the Astral boat is the perfect opportunity to spend a day being one of the sailors from the old Istrian songs, which local fishermen still sing.
This boat trip takes you on a tour of the beautiful Istrian coast and the popular tourist centres, Rovinj and Vrsar, with a long trip along the Lim Fjord, one of the most beautiful natural landscapes on the Istrian Peninsula. The canal is more than 10 kilometres long, almost 30 metres deep and at some places, almost 600 metres wide. Thanks to the brackish water, the canal is exceptionally favourable for fish and clam growing. There are steep slopes on both sides of the entire length of the canal, which exceed 100 metres in some places. The bay is surrounded by thick green forest, which is a delight for nature lovers.
Spend a day at sea with a fun fish picnic on the deck of Astral boat, in the company of your family and friends.
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