You have to experience Croatian cities by guided walking tours. Take a walk followed by our excellent licensed guide in Zagreb, Croatia’s capital, its ‘Shpitza‘ (downtown), or promenade.
Try on Saturdays after 11 AM. All famous people from Zagreb will be in the company of their friends over coffee. You have to be at Zagreb Shpitza because you have to be seen and to see! Everything will seem like a large and cheerful terrace… Close by is the Upper town of Zagreb.
Then again, downtown; the main square, theaters, museums, hotels, excellent Zagreb shopping, and the best Croatian restaurants, pastry shops, and cafes.
Zagreb is one of the safest cities in Europe, pleasant for walking, night and day. Its parks and streets await your private guided city tour.
There is nothing less exciting in Split.
Split is warmer and sunnier, and it also has a fantastic
UNESCO heritage Diocletian’s Palace where people still live, after almost two thousand years!!! Split has beaches, has scenography from the series ‘The Game of Thrones’, and much more to see.
The streets of Split are narrow, high, imaginative, lively.
During the private guided tour, you will enjoy touring the squares, palaces:
monuments, museums, and the cathedral, the oldest in Europe – the Cathedral of St. Domnius.
In Dubrovnik, in addition to the beautiful sunset on the city walls, we offer you a tour of the golden city, its unique history, and culture.
Dubrovnik was a trade center, a town of goldsmiths and scientists, and lately has been incorporated into its scenography by many filmmakers.
Enjoy your private guided tour and visit the beautiful Sponza Palace, Europe’s oldest pharmacy, a cathedral that, according to legend, has been founded by Richard the Lionheart.
Stradun, the most famous street, used to be a sea channel until locals connected a little island to the mainland and laid the foundations of today’s Dubrovnik.
Dubrovnik Summer Games, restaurants and hotels of exceptional quality and luxury, the old port, the city gates, Onofrio Fountain, the city walls, the cable car that takes you to Srđ where you can see Dubrovnik from the air, but also the beautiful Elaphite Islands – isn’t that amazing?
Zadar is, as they say, the city of the most beautiful sunset, where you’ll listen to the sea organ, and only 50 meters away enjoy the Salutation to the Sun, two fantastic installations by a top Croatian architect. Zadar has the remains of an old Roman forum, a beautiful cathedral under the protection of UNESCO St. Donatus, and five wells, but also an exceptional museum of ancient glass and the city walls. Private guided tour of Zadar is a real pleasure.
Hvar, or Korčula, perhaps even Vis, cities on important Dalmatian islands made Croatia famous. Your private guided city tour of beautiful Korcula, called Little Dubrovnik, always includes a visit to Marco Polo’s birthplace, a famous sailor born in Korcula. Hvar, on the other hand, is a stunning island of Sun and sea. A guided tour of the Hvar town is a walk through the elegance and history of the Mediterranean.
Šibenik is a proud royal city guarded by four fortresses. Its St.James cathedral is one of the most beautiful cathedrals on the list of World UNESCO heritage. Šibenik was the first European city illuminated by electricity thanks to the Croatian Nikola Tesla.
Istrian towns on the hills’ tops are real hidden gems for all who love historical city guided tours. Motovun is a must-see, Pula with a beautiful city gate, Augustus Temple, and one of the world’s best-preserved amphitheaters.
There are also beautiful medieval cities such as Varaždin, whose city center is the most beautiful homage to the Baroque era in Croatia. Opatija and Kvarner are unique in their way.
Opatija for its palaces, parks, and walks by the sea, and Kvarner cities hide some of the most beautiful beaches on the Adriatic and many monuments of Croatian literacy.
Guided tours of Croatian cities are always different. Each town has its own story. Rovinj and St. Euphemia are different from Porec and the famous Euphrasian Basilica. Vrsar, where Casanova lived, is today known for nudist tourism, and Hum, the smallest town in the world by truffle hunting.
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