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.
Croatia is known for its culinary heritage, but it can be difficult to know where to go for a taste of traditional cuisine. Discover authentic Istrian fare on a food tasting tour from Rovinj, visiting Buzet, Motovun, and Novigrad along the way to sample a range of the region’s flavors. Try local liquors, olive oil, truffles, and wines, benefiting from round-trip transfer between dispersed locations.
Experience the unmatched beauty and romance of Venice—all without booking a hotel—on a day trip to ‘the Floating City’ from Pula. Cross the Adriatic Sea and Venetian Lagoon on a high-speed catamaran, and enjoy a half day of leisure time to spend as you wish. Ride a gondola through the famous Venetian canals, savor northern Italian cuisine, shop for handmade masks, or visit world-famous landmarks like St. Marks Basilica and the Doge’s Palace on your own before returning to Pula in the evening.
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.
Fit a trip to Venice into your Croatian itinerary even if you just have one day with this fast-boat trip from Poroc. Relax on the open deck of a high-speed catamaran as you zip across the Adriatic Sea and into the Venetian Lagoon, where the Byzantine treasures of St. Mark’s Square rise from the water like a mirage. Get a brief introduction to Venice on a short guided stroll, and then enjoy free time to explore the city’s romantic canals, palaces, and world-class shops on your own.
Discover three small towns along Croatia’s Istrian peninsula on this full-day tour from Rijeka. Visit Hum, the ‘smallest city in the world’, and sample local specialty, ‘miska’ brandy; explore the hilltop medieval town of Motovun and taste regional foods and wines; and tour the famous Sculpture Park of Labin.
Make the most of your time in the region and benefit from Poreč’s close proximity to Venice on a day trip to the romantic city. Cruise across the Adriatic via high-speed catamaran to discover Venice’s famous canals and landmarks, learn about the city’s history on a guided tour of St. Mark’s Square, then enjoy free time to peruse shops, restaurants, and attractions, before sailing back to Poreč.
When you've been around for 3000 years like Pula has, you've got some stories to tell. Assassinations, spies, wars, medieval feuds, commando attacks and unsolved mysteries are among them. Our tour will show the fascinating history of our town through captivating stories told on the places they happened. Rather than just throwing a bunch of dates you will forget in two minutes, we will tell you the real-life stories that will move you. The tour lasts two and a half hours and is in English. It starts at 6 pm Tuesday and Thursday in front of the amphitheatre downtown from May to the end of September.
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.
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.
Venice lies roughly six hours around the Gulf of Trieste from Pula, Croatia by rail. This tour saves you about 3 hours of travel time each way with a direct high-speed catamaran ride across the Adriatic Sea. After you disembark, take a guided tour of St. Mark’s Square and explore the city on your own. Travelers can opt for add-ons, such as guided rides along canals, a gondola ride, and water taxis.
If you choose to explore Pula’s history on your own, you could miss out on a lot of the important details. Explore the seafront city with a guide who doesn’t leave out a thing as you see important attractions such as the Pula Arena, an amphitheater where Roman gladiators fought. Plus, this Pula Roman heritage tour is offered in the morning or afternoon, making it easy for travelers to fit it into their busy schedules.
Make the most of your time in Mediterranean Europe with a visit to Venice, just a few hours over the water from Rovinj. Discover the historic city with an included walking tour of Piazza San Marco and free time to explore. Travel with ease across the national border, with round-trip catamaran transfer, and learn about Venice’s history from your guide as you cross the Adriatic.
Few travelers realize Croatia’s close proximity to Venice. Maximize your time in Europe on a day trip from Rovinj to Venice by boat—the best way to travel to the City of Water. A guide takes care of arranging all logistics, allowing you to relax and enjoy a mix of guided sightseeing and free time.
Optimize your time in the Mediterranean on a day tour to Venice from Umag. Zip across the sea by high-speed boat to enjoy a full day of exploration, and take advantage of the complimentary walking tour of St Mark’s Square to learn more about the historic city. Benefit from a free afternoon to explore the city’s history, culture, or cuisine at your own pace, then enjoy included return transfer for a hassle-free experience.
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.
Visit two cities on Croatia’s Istrian Peninsula, Porec and Pula. First up: Pula, with its harbor, scenic coastlines, and Roman ruins. After a lunch of traditional Istrian cuisine, it’s on to Porec. Here, stroll the streets of the Old Town as your guide shares information about the region’s storied history.
Travel to Venice from Umag on this all-day trip. After a brief tour through St. Mark's Square, you’ll enjoy free time to explore the romantic Italian city on your own. Stroll along the streets and over the bridges, take a gondola ride, and try some of the local cuisine before returning to the boat for departure.
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!
From black truffles to wine and olive oil, Istria’s a delicious place to visit, but some of the region’s most intriguing flavors are found in remote villages hidden by a maze of winding roads. Let someone else do the driving and navigating as you explore three Istrian villages on a gourmet tour with a long list of tastings; you’ll discover local flavors alongside historic architecture, culture, and gorgeous landscapes.
The beautiful peninsula of Istria is known for its stunning coastal sights, historic attractions, and delicious culinary specialties. Save hours of research time searching where to eat in Istria, and go on a guided tour instead. Visit the tiny town of Hum, the ancient city of Motovun, and Groznjan town. Along the way, try a variety of local dishes, as well as wine and liquor.
Join the Pula Essentials Evening Tour for a before dinner stroll through the main sights of the old town. The tour takes you through the Old town, touching Roman, Venetian and Austrian heritage and ending at the Pula Arena or the Kaštel fortress.- Get a kickstart on the historical and cultural background of the city of Pula - Receive tips on places to eat and the nightlife, suggestions for daily trips and other events going on.