Enjoy a pleasant drive along the coastline passing by the towns of Split, Solin, Kaštela, Trogir, Primošten and Šibenik on the way to the Krka National Park, one of the most beautiful national parks in Europe, located in the Šibenik-Knin County. The Krka River has altogether seven magnificent waterfalls and you will have the chance to enjoy the longest and the most beautiful of them - the Skradinski buk waterfall. Walking along the boardwalks and passing over travertine barriers, enjoy the beauty of the river and the variety of the park's vegetation. The Skradinski buk waterfall is also the site of the first hydropower plant in Europe (1895) and the second one in the world. Visit the old watermills dating from the 19th and see why they were so important and considered the symbol of the economic power.
There will be ample time here for exploring and taking photographs or simply relaxing in the shade of the old oak and ash trees.
Join us on a panoramic tour of the Biokovo Mountain to discover its natural beauty, including its highest peak Sv. Jure (1,762m; 5,781 ft).
At first sight, Mount Biokovo might seem to be only a mass of naked rock, but it is actually very rich in unique plant life and numerous animal species. You will see olive trees with their picturesque trunks, small cultivated plots of land which make up a unique landscape and offer a spectacular view of the sea and the islands along the coastline. A slow walking tour with our expert guide is suitable for all ages.
With this half-day excursion you will be able to meet a whole new world of the Mediterranean beauty, interesting history and unforgettable tradition.
In the true sense of the word it is the city where western and eastern civilization collide. This is a city of poetry, a city of stone and sleepy, narrow winding streets. It is a city where the traveller from the North feels the first dashes of Mediterranean air imbued with scents of citrus and sea, and the traveller from the South reaches the first glimpses of the continent beyond. The town is exceptional for its dwellings and monuments assembled harmoniously over the centuries thanks to favourable geographical conditions and a sound economic climate. Experience sights such as the Old Bazaar and the Turkish House. After the guided tour of the town enjoy some free time for strolling around and browsing among the many old craft shops or maybe have lunch in one of the picturesque local restaurants.
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Montenegro is one of the last undiscovered secrets,the country whose vast natural and spiritual assets refuse to fit into any commercial pattern. Exotic landscapes are not always distant and unapproachable. Located less then an hour drive from Dubrovnik, Montenegro offers an unforgettable experience; exceptional natural beauty in combination with a rich history and culture. This is a land where the mountains descend almost directly into the sea creating a surreal atmosphere. Enjoy the drive around the Kotor Bay with it's numerous small settlements; stop in Medieval Kotor to soak in the typical Mediterranean lifestyle; continue high up into the mountains on your way to Budva, the ancient town which is today a lively tourist resort. All this and much more is Montenegro and this is why YOU should visit Montenegro!
The fabulous architecture and a rich history make the Old Town of Korčula a definite highlight of Croatia’s sixth largest island, Korčula.
At first sight, the curvy alleys and stone walls, the glistening palaces and quirky churches might strike one as a replica of Dubrovnik, but it’s actually the fine stone masons of Korčula who saved their best work for their home town. After exploring the birthplace the great traveler Marco Polo with a knowledgeable guide, enjoy time on your own swimming, shopping or simply discovering the wavering alleys. On your drive back, toast to your lovely day with a glass of the region's signature red Plavac Mali at one of the wine cellars in Pelješac peninsula.
Postojna Cave has been attracting crowds of admirers from all over the world for over two hundred years and in July 2013 Postojna Cave hosted its 35th million visitor, which means that Postojna Cave is the largest and most visited show cave of the Classic Karst in Europe.
Today the known parts of the Postojna spelaean system comprise 21 km its picturesque and mysterious underground world is also a prime location for special cave adventures. The Postojna Cave is the only cave where you can experience an exciting train ride through a breath-taking underground landscape. Riding under magnificent arches is an experience you will never forget.
A tour of the cave takes around 90 minutes and is available in 15 languages. No special equipment is required, but a warm sweater and comfortable shoes are recommended, as the temperature in the cave is 10 °C.
In the immediate vicinity of Postojna Cave, in Proteus Cave with Vivarium, visitors also see some of the most interesting cave-dwelling animals. And just 10 km from the Postojna Cave is the location of the Predjama Castle, one of the most fascinating castles in the world. For more than 800 years it has perched proudly half way up a 123-metre cliff. Below Predjama Castle, there is the Predjama Cave System, which offers many possibilities for adventures, including special tours of the cave with suitable equipment.
Right next to the entrance to Postojna Cave is where the Jamski dvorec Mansion is located. It has been renovated into a modern event and culinary centre and is the perfect venue for unforgettable events. You can also pamper your palate in the nearby self-service restaurant Briljant and in the new Proteus Restaurant in the centre of Postojna.
Postojnska jama već više od dvjesto godina privlaći mnoštvo posjetitelja iz cijelog svijeta, a u srpnju 2013 ugostila je već 35-milijuntog posjetitelja, što znači da je Postojnska jama najveća i najposjećenija jama klasičnog krša u Europi.
Do sada istraženi dijelovi Postojnskog jamskog sustava obuhvaćaju dvadeset i jedan kilometar, njen slikovit i tajanstven podzemni svijet istovremeno je jedinstven prostor za najraznolikije jamske pustolovine. Samo u Postojnskoj jami možete doživjeti uzbudljivu vožnju vlakićem kroz nevjerojatno lijep podzemni pejzaž. Vožnja ispod veličanstvenih svodova koje poput lustera krase stalaktiti doživljaj je koji ćete još dugo pamtiti.
Posjet jami u prosjeku traje sat i pol, a za njega osim toplijeg pulovera i udobnih cipela ne trebate posebnu opremu, jer u jami je stalna temperatura 10 °C, a staze su uređene.
U neposrednoj blizini Postojnske jame, u Proteusovoj jami s vivarijem posjetitelji mogu vidjeti nekoliko najzanimljivijih jamskih životinja. A samo deset kilometara od Postojnske jame nalazi se Predjamski grad, jedan od najljepših dvoraca na svijetu. Već više od osamsto godina ponosno stoji usred sto dvadeset i tri metara visoke kamene stijene. Ispod Predjamskoga grada sakriva se Predjamski jamski sustav koji nudi puno mogućnosti za posebne doživljaje, uključujući posebni doživljaj razgledavanja pomoću prikladne opreme.
Odmah kraj ulaza u Postojnsku jamu nalazi se Jamski dvorac koji je obnovljen u moderni manifestacijski i gastronomski centar te je odlično mjesto za nezaboravne događaje. Okusne pupoljke možete zadovoljiti u obližnjem samoposlužnom restoranu Briljant te u novom restoranu Proteus u središtu Postojne.
Dubrovnik city walls protected the freedom and safety of a “civilised” and “sophisticated” republic that flourished in peace and prosperity for five centuries.
Dubrovnik city walls run uninterrupted from 1940 meters (6,360 ft). Maximum height is around 25 meters. Built from 7th – 17th and defined in 14th century. Built with limestone. Well preserved and almost intact due to the extraordinary Dubrovnik (Republic of Ragusa) diplomacy. Open to public daily from 9am – 7pm. Old city of Dubrovnik with Dubrovnik ramparts is on the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites.