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An ideal afternoon for all the foodies! The experience starts with a pick-up in Dubrovnik from you will head to the top of Mount Srđ where one can enjoy the spectacular views from the surrounding area of Dubrovnik and the nearby island of Lokrum.

Next, we’re moving south of Dubrovnik where the countryside region of Konavle lies, stretched between the tall mountains and deep blue Adriatic Sea. You will explore this picturesque region and its delicious local food during a private cooking class in the 16th century-built local country estate.

After a nice welcome with a tasting of homemade liquors and sweets, you are off to collect the ingredients and prepare a bona fide Konavle feast of 3 mouth-watering courses. You will have help from the family dedicated to preserving a piece of history through their culinary practices.


The three-island tour takes you to the biggest islands in the Elafiti archipelago. They are fairly close to Dubrovnik, which makes this relaxing day tour very popular. Despite their proximity, they remain largely unpopulated, and each has its unique characteristics. You will have free time on each island.

Koločep is the least populated, and its landscape includes high cliffs, Lopud has the most beautiful sandy beaches, and Šipan is the largest one and is well known for its diverse vegetation.


Departure from Šibenik in the morning hours towards Krka National Park. Krka River was proclaimed a national park in 1985 due to its special position and the mosaic distribution of various types of habitats. It is characterized by exceptionally rich and varied flora and fauna, there are more than eight hundred species and subspecies of plants that have been identified within the territory of the Park.

One of the most attractive parts of the park is Skradinski Buk, a massive clear and natural pool with high waterfalls at one end and cascades at the other. Arrival to Šibenik in the afternoon hours.


Starting in the morning, this 8-hour day tour will take you to the capital of Slovenia, the city of Ljubljana, and the most captivating cave in the world and the largest show cave in Europe – Postojna Cave.

Ljubljana is Slovenia's capital and the country's largest city, as well as one of Europe's greenest and most liveable capitals. In Ljubljana, you will go on a guided tour to learn more about the city and its history, and to experience the best of it during your 3-hour stay.

From Ljubljana, we'll proceed to the Karst region to discover Predjama Castle and the underground world of Postojna Cave, the most popular cave in the world. Predjama Castle is one of Europe's most impressive and magnificent castles. It teaches a clear lesson: if you want to build an impregnable fortification, put it in the gaping mouth of a cavern halfway up a 123m cliff.

A guided tour of Postojna Cave consists of an electrical train ride, followed by a walk through beautiful passages and chambers with spectacular drop stones, pillars, limestone curtains, and other unforgettable formations.


Istria is hiding some of the most beautiful medieval towns in the Mediterranean. Hum, the smallest town in the world, has only 30 inhabitants. Legend says it was built by the giants while they were building cities in the valley of Mirna with the stones leftovers. The other town is Motovun, surrounded by solid walls from the 11th century which have remained intact to these days.

The third town is Grožnjan, with the most attractive sights such as the old walls, forts, churches, and monuments. After visiting those three hidden gems, you arrive back in Rovinj in the evening hours.


Discover the secrets of the city built on swamps and how it became one of the most enlightened cities of the western world. You will pass the most significant buildings and monuments and admire singing gondoliers, exotic architecture, and mysterious canals .

See the famous landmarks such as San Marco Square, learn about the legends of Casanova and Marco Polo , observe the artworks by the greatest Venetian painters and sculptors, and take a photo or two at the famous Rialto Bridge.


Departure from Dubrovnik in the morning followed by a drive to Kravice Waterfalls whilst enjoying the views of Bosnia and Hercegovina.

Feast your eyes on a large tufa cascade on the Trebižat River, in the karstic heartland of Herzegovina. Bring your swimming suit with you because you will be able to swim under the waterfalls if the weather allows it.

After a couple of hours at the waterfalls, the tour continues to the city of Mostar, the largest city in Hercegovina, with a small but marvelous old town center. After the orientation tour with our guide, you will be able to explore Mostar by yourself. Take a stroll down the Kujundžiluk and try to haggle with local traders. Take a photo at the UNESCO World Heritage Site - The Old Bridge famed for its bridge divers and see for yourself if you would dare to jump from the Balkan's most celebrated bridge.

Return to Dubrovnik in the evening hours.


Departing from Dubrovnik, you head South towards the Montenegro border on your way to Kotor. The first stop in one of the most beautiful Baroque towns in Montenegro, Perast. In Perast you will explore the old sailor center and tick off all the must-sees.

The tour continues to Kotor, the old Mediterranean port surrounded by fortifications built during the Venetian period. The fortified city of Kotor was also included in UNESCOs World Heritage Site list as part of Venetian Works of Defence.


A day tour from Zadar to the beautiful Krka National Park and the town of Šibenik. Krka River is one of the most popular national parks in Croatia characterized by exceptionally rich and varied flora and fauna, and beautiful waterfalls.

Afterward the tour continues to Šibenik, a beautiful small town on the coast. During a short walk you will tick-off all the main landmarks , including St. James’s cathedral , listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site .


A day trip from Zadar to the most popular national park in Croatia and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with a visit to Rastoke Village on your way to Plitvice Lakes.
Before the day tour, there is an optional Zadar city tour starting at 9 am. With an expert guide, tick off all the main must-see sights and attractions of the city and learn interesting facts about the capital.

Afterwards, meet up with the rest of the group at 11 am and head towards the most popular national park in Croatia, Platvice Lakes. During the 2.5-hour bus drive, admire the views as you travel out of the city and towards the luscious green landscapes of the park.

On your way to Plitvice Lakes, you stop in the picturesque watermill village of Rastoke, sitting on top of a maze of streams and waterfalls, where you'll explore the old watermills and authentic houses connected with numerous waterfalls and small lakes.

After a 2.5-hour bus drive, you arrive at Plitvice Lakes. Although an entrance ticket is not included in the price, your skip the line entrance is a major perk of this tour!

In the next 3 to 4 hours, you walk around the crystal clear Lower Lakes, take the train ride to the great waterfall and go for a boat ride across the Big Lake.

The late afternoon drive back to Zadar ends at the same spot from which the day trip started.


Plitvice Lakes from Zadar

520€ per person
9-11 hours