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Get to know Slovenia's Lake Bled on this full-day tour from western Croatia. With your guide in the lead, visit Bled Castle (entrance fees included( and enjoy a serene boat ride on the lake itself. Pickup and drop-off from select hotels included.
Immerse yourself in the ancient cities and fascinating culture of the Istrian Peninsula during this 8-hour day trip from Pula and Medulin. Wander the cobblestone streets of Bale and Rovinj and enjoy a typical Istrian lunch. Then head to Porec, where you can explore the 2,000-year-old ruins of Roman temples and a Byzantine-style basilica.
Discover the UNESCO-listed Plitvice Lakes National Park and avoid hidden costs on a day trip that includes entry, lunch, and round-trip transfer from your hotel. Learn about the park’s waterfalls, lakes, and forests from your guide, and enjoy an intimate look at the natural spectacle as you explore the site by foot.
Decadent food, unique wine varietals, spectacular scenery – enjoy it all when you tour some of Istria’s best wineries with a professional guide. Start your afternoon with a delicious farmhouse lunch to whet your appetite. Visit 3 local wineries and taste a minimum of 12 wines. Learn about local grapes, from Malvazija and Teran to Istrian Orange wines. Chat with like-minded people, meet the winemakers, and let your guide do the designated driving.
The Istrian Peninsula is renowned for its stunning landscapes, coastal towns, and fine wines. On this tour, take in all the highlights, including a delicious lunch with wine tasting at an organic winery. Shop for handicrafts in Grožnjan, enjoy truffle tasting in Motovun, and visit the UNESCO-listed Basilica of Poreč.
Expect nothing less than fabulous when you book our premium wine tasting, because that’s exactly what we’re delivering. With our insider knowledge of the region, and with our connections with some of Istria's best winemakers, you'll have a time of your life. Our wine tour starts at winery Kabola. Owned by Markežić family, this winery has a long tradition of producing top-notch sparkling, macerated, semi-sweet and sweet wines. Glass of wine and peaceful surrounding will surely help you to properly unwind. Our next stop is Brtonigla, where we will visit winery Cattunar, owned by Cattunar family. The winery produces wide range of malvasia and teran in different styles and ranks. After short tour of winery and wine cellar, you will be presented with the wine production accompanied with wine degustation.
Discover botanical gardens, aristocratic villas, and charming promenades on this 7-hour trip to the elegant city of Opatija and its surrounding area. You'll save time organizing transport by having round-trip transfers included, and you'll get to visit smaller rural sites such as the fortified hilltop town of Mošćenice. Another highlight is a trip to Plomin village which has a stunning Old Town, and offers great views of Kvarner Bay.
Explore the Istria peninsula with a local guide as you taste your way through the region. This food-focused tour begins in the tiny town of Hum, which has only 30 residents. Then it’s on to the ancient walled city of Motovun, followed by the hilltop village of Groznjan. Along the way, taste local delicacies, wines, and liquors, and learn about the area’s history.
Venture away from the coast to discover the hilltop towns and idyllic countryside of the Istrian Peninsula on this full-day tour from Poreč. Explore the artist’s town of Grožnjan, sample regional truffles in Livade, visit historic Motovun, and tuck into a typical Istrian lunch in Pazin.
Travel into the Istrian countryside to taste the local agricultural products on this day trip from Pula. With a guide in the lead and all transportation provided, visit the 11th-century town of Motovun for views and truffle-tasting. Head to a distillery perched on the banks of the River Mirna to learn the traditional methods for making jams, cookies, and chocolate made with herbs from the surrounding mountains.
If you want to enjoy the magic beauty of nature join us on the tour of Plivice National Park and visit the lakes and waterfalls which create spectacular scenery.
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.
Explore one of the most charming cities on the Adriatic coast – Piran. This scenic town found its home in a secluded Piran Bay. With the Adriatic shimmering around it, Piran has a rich cultural heritage that is mostly influenced by its time within the Venetian Republic. Its medieval centre is adorned with cobbled streets, colourful houses, cafes & restaurants. It might be tiny, but it has a lot to offer, from Tartini main square, city walls, Church of St. George, and a lovely promenade. Without a doubt, one of the best things to do in Piran is to see a town from above, and the best way to do it is by visiting Piran’s City Walls. Situated on the hill behind the town centre, climb up onto the walls and you’ll be rewarded with an epic panoramic view. Be sure to bring your camera!
Croatia has a long and rich history tied to both land and sea. Most visitors spend all their time enjoying the beaches, but they're missing out. Explore the Istrian Hills during this half-day walking/driving tour and discover the bohemian Croatia from folklore and legend. Sample authentic delicacies and take in spectacular sites of ancient cities perched atop even older hills.
Discover the underground world of Baredine Cave on a guided tour. The cave is home to thousands of stalactite and stalagmite formations, and it also contains a subterranean lake where an endemic species of non-pigmented salamander lives. After the cave, explore the on-site agricultural exhibit and taste Istrian wines.
Discover one of Croatia's most beautiful coastlines and explore an inland region famous for wine and truffles. Touring past rocky beaches and ancient ruins, you'll cycle on gentle coastal trails and cycling along the Istrian peninsula, known affectionately by the locals as the heart of Europe. When it’s time for a break, you’ll stop off at historic harbour towns and stone-built villages to wander through narrow alleyways or relax in cobbled piazzas.
The photos you bring home will have a backdrop of wooded hillsides, emerald green islands and sparkling blue seas. Cycle with your knowledgeable guide, cool off in the Adriatic.
After pick-up, we drive to Rovinj – probably the most romantic town in Istria. The super-charming old town, a 1200 years old sarcophagus and cobbled streets filled with artisans are waiting for you. Then, we continue to Bale. This small town was once a hideout of famous Giacomo Casanova (check out the Soardo-Bembo Palace) whilst today it’s known for excellent olive oil producers. Join an extra virgin olive oil tasting or follow the traces of Casanova within the tiny stone-walled old town. Next stop is Vodnjan. Before World War 2, this was one of the liveliest towns in Istria. Today it is being reborn again as a cultural and culinary destination in Istria. Join a professional wine tasting of typical Istrian grapes or become an art hunter and find all the world-class murals scattered around the village town of Vodnjan. Ask your Krug Guide for more insights. The tour ends in the afternoon back in Pula.
This renaissance castle built in the cave mouth is located in south-eastern Slovenia, in Predjama village just 9km away from the famous Postojna Cave.
The castle was first mentioned in the 13th century. Since it was built under the rocky arch of the cave, it was really difficult to approach it.
Postojna Cave is an inevitable destination for anyone who is in Slovenia.
Numerous cave formations and diverse fauna are just some of the reasons why you should go down to the depths of Postojna.
Postojna Cave is the only karst cave with a railway that works for more than 140 years.
Yes, there is wine in Istria. Really good wine. It is grown here since the Romans arrived 2000 years ago.
Nowadays, a new generation of winemakers is rethinking traditional Istrian winemaking methods of their grandfathers by introducing different new styles and approaches. One of the newest hypes are the organic wines. However, at the three wineries we will visit, there are different sorts of wines you are going to try. From young and fresh wines, to aged, and one of those “organic” wines.
This tour will give you insight on small "family" run business versus the known wineries. Imagine yourself drinking finest Istrian wines in a small cellar at a wooden table, or while sipping a fresh Malvazija you are listening to nature because you are in the middle of Istrian landscape.
You can choose, would you like to go up north Istria or stay around Pula and explore our south wine region. Though different in taste because of different soil/terroir, either way you will no go wrong
Discover the soul of the Istra region by visiting the enchanting towns of Grožnjan, Motovun and Hum. You will get to know these beautiful medieval artistic towns, their renowned wine producers and the friendly family-owned small restaurants. You will visit the spectacular Roman Amphiteater in Pula and the natural wonders of the Brijuni Islands. All while staying in Rovinj, a historical town and fishing port that will capture you with its beauty, but mostly with its simplicity and tranquillity.
Brijuni Islands consist of 14 islands that are an extraordinary mix of natural beauty as well as cultural and historical heritage. Indigenous plants, preserved Mediterranean maquis and meadows where deers and mouflons freely graze are a part of the Brijuni landscape that you will experience during the tour.
The archaeological and other sites located away from the island’s centre can be visited by train: the Verige Bay with the remnants of Roman villa Rustica from the 1st century AD, as well as the safari park that is home to zebras, Somali sheep, humped zebu cattle, dromedary camels, llamas and an elephant. 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 with display of fresco replicas and Glagolitic monuments of Istria and the exhibition “Tito on the Brijuni Islands” will fulfill your tour.
Join us on a 5 day adventure in Istria and discover why this region is often dubbed the “Tuscany of Croatia”. This small peninsula is blessed with fertile ground and a mild climate that has for centuries been ideal for growing vine and olive trees. The Istrian soil is also home to the highest quality of black and white truffle, a delicacy you will also have a chance to try on one of our journeys.
On our carefully crafted tours, we celebrate Istrian cuisine - which is an interesting combination of coastal and continental flavors. In addition, different cultures have contributed to its richness over many centuries, including Italian, Austrian and French.
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If you would like to see Istrias Art, culture & history mosaic our tour is ideal soulution for you.
Take a day of the beach and see why Romans liked Istria so much. Also we will visit Lim Channel – one of the most beautiful Istrian bays. It is a part of the 35 km long Lim Valley, stretching almost all the way to the town of Pazin at the heart of Istria.