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Save hard-earned vacation time in Dubrovnik by prebooking admission to the Old Town’s city walls—a must for first-time visitors. Choose your preferred day to visit when you book, and when it’s time, walk a full or partial circuit of the ramparts at your own pace. Along the way, admire the panoramic views, and inspect the walls’ medieval battlements, towers, and forts to delve deeper into their history.
Krka National Park lies east of Sibenik and is one of Croatia’s most beautiful reserves, with waterfalls, lakes, islands, monasteries, and Roman relics. Prebook admission to plan your vacation in advance, and save having to purchase tickets on the day. Then, travel independently to the park and explore as you want: stroll the trails, ride boats (summer only) to see the main waterfalls, swim in the lakes, and more.
At just about 15 minutes from the Dubrovnik Old Port, Lokrum Island provides visitors a near-perfect getaway to escape the seaside city. With this convenient boat ride and island excursion, you can visit this must-see destination, and spend your leisure time however you'd like. With your ticket, enjoy visiting the island's medieval Benedictine monastery, wandering the lush walkways, or hopping in the water for a refreshing swim.
Get more out of your time and budget on a day trip to Plitvice Lakes National Park, with skip-the-line entry included. Seamless round-trip transfer from your hotel gets you there and back with ease, while free time in the park allows you to enjoy its landscape and nature trails without the restrictions of a rushed itinerary.
Visit Ston and see for yourself some of the world’s longest intact defensive walls, second only to the Great Wall of China. Your admission ticket grant access to walk on top of the walls and through several of the defensive towers, including sections that climb up a hill for fantastic countryside views. Walk as much or as little of the walls as you wish, and go at your own pace on a self-guided tour.
Experience the lush nature and relaxing waterfalls of Krka National Park during this full-day, guided tour that includes a boat cruise along the Krka River. Wind your way along the Dalmation coastline before boarding a boat bound for the Skrandinksi Waterfall. Here, relax enjoy a swim, explore nature, and take a break for lunch at a local restaurant. In the village of Ethno, see 19th century mills and walk in the surrounding forest.
Group size: min. 2 -max. 8 people
Ston, a medieval town with
centuries of history, is situated on
the Peljesac peninsula. It is famous
for its walls (5,5 km long), the
second longest in the world. The
town is also known for its oldest
European saltern, which is still
active. Its true value lies in the
traditional way of salt production,
i.e. a natural way of getting salt that
has not changed since ancient
Also, famous oysters that you will try!
Get access to the more than 30 interactive walk-in exhibits at Split's Museum of the Senses with this prepaid admission ticket. You'll save time upon arrival, as you'll have ticket in hand, and enjoy exploring at your own pace. Along the way, learn about the Dalmatian Coast and Split through the exhibit's facts and figures.
Group size: min.2 - max 8 people
National park Mljet is located on
the north-west part of island Mljet
on the area of 5,375
hectares. National park Mljet has
two world known lakes, Large and
Small lake. These lakes used to have
fresh water until our era. The large
lake is 145 hectares large and Small
lake 24 hectares.
Island Mljet is also called Green
island because of its rich
vegetation. It is rich with woods and
macchia. You can also find sand
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The Cavtat area is most attractive because of the Mediterranean
vegetation which covers the whole area; another advantage is
unpolluted sea and a very attractive a mixture of the old and new
architecture. Originally it was a Greek settlement called Epidauros.
Cliffs of Konavle sprawl from Cavtat to Molunat, two seaside
tourist resorts of the coast in Konavle. Steep inaccessible cliffs
that fall vertically into the sea is the only ones on the Adriatic coast
and they spread in a continuous length of about 20 kilometers. The
view from the rocks to the open sea as well as to the landscape of
Konavle is breathtaking.
The beautiful beaches, remote islets, and colorful coral reefs of the Kornati Islands lie just off the coast of Zadar. On this afternoon cruise, set sail around the islands of Kornati, Telascic, and Levranka; stop to swim and snorkel in Lojena bay; and admire landmarks such as the Memorial Crosses and the Zadar Sea Organ from the water.
Krka National Park is located within the territory of Sibenik-Knin County along the Krka River. Once in the Park, you may enjoy last set of falls, before the river meets the sea. The Skradinski Buk Falls is a form a spectacular multi level cascade over travertine cliffs. This waterfall is known as a most beautiful Waterfall in Europe. It is 46 meters high, which makes it the highest travertine (gypsum) barrier in Europe. Above the falls is a large plateau that offers spectacular views and a perfect photo opportunity. You'll also have a chance to visit the small ethnological exhibition and the old mill. The whole area is rich with flora and fauna. Due to strict new preservation laws, this extraordinary area has been kept in its original state.
Visit National Park Mljet
Explore hidden forest-shrouded paradise
Beautiful bays, steep and rocky coastline, salt water lakes, springs of drinking water, preserved forests of holm oak tree and aleppo pine, caves, sandy coves,…
Our Mljet boat tour will take you to this magical island with the oldest national park at the Adriatic.
Avoid the hassles of renting a car and navigating yourself with this hassle-free private tour to Krka National Park, with travel from Dubrovnik included. Travel comfortably by air-conditioned minivan as you're whisked from your pickup location in Dubrovnik for a scenic ride to the Krka waterfalls. Once you arrive at Krka National Park—with entry fees included—you can marvel at the cascading falls, stroll the boardwalks, and stop for fantastic views.
ExpressVan half-day round trip from
Vodice or Šibenik to
Krka National Park,
Vrana lake Nature Park and picturesque
protected historical town on the
Island Murter. Walk by the World Famous Krka Waterfalls, Navigate through monumental Krka National Park Canyon, taste dalmatian traditional delicacy in the Vrana Nature Park with stunning view on the Vrana lake and Šibenik Archipelago and feel the history in the scenic town of Betina on the Island Murter.
Save time and travel easy by pre-booking admission to Dubrovnik’s Love Stories Museum, a great option for travelers who want to visit a small, off-the-beaten path gem. By pre-booking, you’ll have a bit more time to explore the museum’s quirky exhibits about love, romantic folk legends, locally-filmed TV shows, and Dubrovnik’s most famous romances.
Take a break from the hustle and bustle of Split while optimizing your time in the Balkan region on a day tour to Mostar and Kravica Falls in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Seamless round-trip transfer from your hotel eliminates the need for advanced journey planning, leaving you more time to absorb scenic vistas, explore the historic city, and relax in the refreshing Kravica waters.
Create your own itinerary on this custom private tour of Krka National Park. This private tour comes with all the flexibility of your own personal trip without the hassle of navigating, driving, or handling logistics. Ideal for families and independent travelers, your personal driver lets you stop wherever you want on the drive. That way you don’t have to miss highlights along the way because you are stuck on a group tour bus.
See the majestic waterfalls and unspoiled forests of Krka National Park even if you’re staying in Dubrovnik and don’t have a rental car. Enjoy the ride along the Adriatic Coast and through the Dalmatian hinterland while a professional handles the driving, stopping along the way for breaks and photos when ever you want. Inside the park—widely considered the most beautiful in Croatia—your private guide knows exactly where to go for the best hiking, swimming, and waterfall views.
Afford yourself a highly personalized walking tour. Take a walk with a local licensed guide throughout the Old town center and its famous sights. Get some more information and knowledge according to your personal point of interest. Feel free to ask your guide whatever comes to your mind - we will give our best to fulfill your expectations. Visit the Promenade, most interesting parts of Diocletian's palace, Fruit Square, People's square, Game of Thrones filming locations etc.
Small groups on a speedboat make this tour almost like a private one. Nice covered speed boat with shower and more than enough space. Croatian islands, secluded beaches, fabulous caves, unique day on the sea where you will collect life time memories. What you can desire more for a one vacation day?
Breath in the fresh air of the great outdoors and spend a relaxing day immersed in the lush forests of Krka National Park during this small-group day trip from Split. Take a guided tour of the park and learn about the flora and fauna, walk through unspoiled nature, and during the summer months take a dip in the cool waters of the waterfalls.
Combine a seamless transfer service with immersive sightseeing on this private trip from Zadar to Split. Meet your driver in the morning at your Zadar hotel, and hop aboard your air-conditioned, Wi-Fi-equipped vehicle. Your first destination is Krka National Park: explore independently, discover its many waterfalls, and even go for a dip in its pools. Next, visit the charming village of Konjevrate to enjoy a traditional lunch (own expense) and learn more about the local culture. Finally, arrive at your Split destination at day’s end.