Situated in a thick forest, the Plitvice Lakes are considered one of the most beautiful natural phenomena in the world. Sixteen lakes, connected by 92 waterfalls, cascade through its picturesque surrounding. The Plitvice Lakes were declared a National Park in 1949, and since 1979 they have been on the UNESCO World Natural Heritage List.
The park's attractions also include several caves and a great variety of flora and fauna. A guided tour of the park lasts for about three and a half hours, including both a boat ride and a walking tour.
Join us and enjoy the magical beauty of the lakes and waterfalls creating spectacular scenery.
90,00 - 108,00 €
Trogir is a small town under the cultural protection of UNESCO.
Trogir arose from the ancient Tragurion and is full of buildings and monuments testifying to its rich history. There stands the Cathedral with its famous portal made by the well-known local master Radovan, the City Loggia from the 15th century, the Ćipiko Palace, the Town Hall and the Benedictine monastery from the year 1064 where a Greek relief representing Kairos (the God of the auspicious moment) is kept.
After sightseeing of the town of Trogir and free time for individual exploring, we continue our bus ride towards Split.
Split is situated on a peninsula and surrounded by historical towns and settlements.
We shall take a walk through the 4th-century Diocletian's Palace to visit its ancient cellars , the Peristyle, Roman temples (today Christian ones), the Cathedral and the Baptistry, and then the famous Golden Gate.
Enjoy the beautiful scenery of the Šibenik hinterland on the pleasant coach drive to the Roški Waterfall, one of the seven travertine barriers on the Krka River, a true karst beauty. Get to know all the interesting details on the area while driving through the Čikola River canyon, making a short break for a breathtaking view of the Visovac Lake and the Franciscan Monastery, a valuable cultural and historical monument situated on a small island in the middle of the lake itself. The Roški Waterfall (in Croatian Roški slap) is exceptionally interesting due to its cascades called ''the Necklaces'' by the locals. Restored watermills also attract many visitors and have their own story to tell. After sightseeing of the Roški Waterfall, a guide will take you to see another natural phenomenon of the Krka River - the longest of its waterfalls called the Skradin Waterfall (in Croatian Skradinski buk). This waterfall, cascading over 17 travertine barriers, gives you the chance to enjoy the permanent play of sun and water creating a breathtaking scenery. Make sure to bring your swimsuits because swimming is allowed here. The story of the first hydropower plant in Europe and a visit to the watermills dating from the 19th century will show you how important the Krka River was to the inhabitants of the area.