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Pula -Rijeka - Zagreb

Pula – Rijeka - Zagreb

Visit and discover the beauty of three fascinating Croatian cities - all in a unique city breaks offer. Enjoy the best of the recommended cities in a two-day stay.

Welcome to Pula, the largest town on the Istrian peninsula which offers a diversity of attractions to the culture lovers. The rich itinerary of its three thousand years old history, where every step you take through the old town is a landmark, begins and ends near the Roman amphitheatre.

Rijeka, the visitor-friendly city filled with the scent of the sea, awaits you. Take a stroll along Korzo and experience the heart of the city loved by both younger and older generations.Lounge in one of the cafes and read the history of the town from the facades of buildings. Explore Rijeka!

Zagreb is the capital city of the Republic of Croatia. Zagreb is the hub of business, academic, cultural, artistic and sports worlds in Croatia. Zagreb can offer its visitors the Baroque atmosphere of the Upper Town, picturesque open-air markets, green parks and walks, and many places to visit in the beautiful surroundings.

 

Price per person:  € 134,-      

 

Price includes: 2 nights - bed & breakfast service in Youth Hostel Pula;2 nights - bed & breakfast service in Youth Hostel Rijeka;2 nights - bed only service in Youth Hostel Zagreb;Zagreb card- unlimited travel pass on public transport in Zagreb, discounts at the majority of the city’s museums, reduced prices at many restaurants, shops and service providers;city maps;tourist tax.

 

What to do

Pula - Monuments: Amphitheater, Temple of Augustus ,  Triumphal Arch of the Sergi – Golden Gate , Museums: Archaeological Museum of Istria , Museum of Contemporary Art of Istria, The underground galleries, City’s Parks, Aquarium Pula, Events,

Rijeka - Guiding tour ,  Monuments: Saint Mary of the Assumption church and the Leaning tower, The Our Lady of Trsat Sanctuary, Rijeka's Old town, Molo Longo, Korzo, Trsat Castle, Torpedo – launching ramp, Museums: Maritime And Historical Museum Of The Croatian Littoral, Rijeka City Museum, Modern And Contemporary Art Museum, Peek&Poke Museum Of Informatics And Technology, Permanent Glagolitic Alphabet Exhibition; Free wireless Internet signal in Rijeka, Tourist bus,

Zagreb - Guiding tour, Zagreb by bike, Hop on Hop offMuseums: Archaeological Museum, Mimara Museum, Zagreb Museum of Contemporary Art, Cathedral and Archbishop's palace, St. Mark's Square, etc., Night life, Events – Concerts,  Theatres, Exhibitions, Sport.

Dubrovnik - Split - Zadar

Dubrovnik – Split - Zadar

Visit and discover the beauty of three fascinating Croatian cities - all in a unique city breaks offer. Enjoy the best of the recommended cities in a two-day stay. 

Welcome to Dubrovnik – a city with a thousand year old tradition that offers something for everyone. Dubrovnik is a city with a unique political and cultural history and world famous monumental heritage and beauty). It is one of the most attractive and most popular cities on the Mediterranean.

The inhabitants of Split will proudly tell you that their city is “the most beautiful city in the world and beyond” and there is no point in arguing because this thousand-year old town which you are about to discover will prove them right, as you will soon find out for yourself. Split, the unique capital of southern Croatia, has been writing its history and living it ever since it was placed under the protection of UNESCO and listed in the World Cultural Heritage register.

Zadar is a city monument, surrounded by historical ramparts, a treasury of the archaeological and monumental riches of ancient and medieval times, Renaissance and many contemporary architectural achievements such as the first sea organs in the world.

 

Price per person:  € 151,-       

Price includes: 2 nights - bed & breakfast service in Youth Hostel Dubrovnik; 2 nights  - bed & breakfast service in Hostel Dujam in Split; 2 nights  - bed & breakfast service in Youth Hostel Zadar;  Dubrovnik card – discounts in visiting the town walls, museums, galleries, Split card - free admittance and discounts in lot of city's museums, theatres and reduced prices at many restaurants, shops and service providers and many other concessions; city maps; tourist tax.

What to do:

Dubrovnik -Sightseeing, Visia Dubrovnik, City walls and Fort Lawrence - free with Dubrovnik card,  The Rectors Palace - free with Dubrovnik card, The Cathedral TreasuryThe Franciscan Monastery, Cable Car, Night life,

Split - Sightseeing, Hop on Hop off bus tour, Museums: Meštrović Gallery, The Museum of Croatian Archaeological Monument, and more,

Zadar - Sightseeing- The Forum, Five Wells Square, Museum of Ancient Glass Zadar, The Gold and Silver of Zadar, Sea Organ, The Greeting to the Sun, Monuments: Church of Saint Donat, St. Anastasia’s Cathedral, The City Walls and Gates of Zadar,  Zadar by night, Festivals

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Belgrade

BelgradeBELGRADE WALKING TOURS
*All tours start from the Republic Square, behind the monument. Our guides will be wearing yellow T-shirts or IDs around their necks.
**All tours are guaranteed. Our guests do not need any reservations in advance. They should just show up behind the monument on the time.

 

FREE TOURS

1. FREE DOWNTOWN WALKING TOUR
Funny and interesting sightseeing: The Republic Square, Bohemian Quarter (Skadarlija), the oldest part of Belgrade with Ottoman heritage, „Sillicon valley", Zoo, Kalemegdan park, Belgrade fortress, The „Victor" the most famous symbol of Belgrade, the confluence of the Sava and the Danube rivers. Saborna church, cafe „?", Knez Mihailova street.
from October 1st until November 30th every day @ 11am
from December 1st until February 28th/29th on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday @ 11am
from March 1st until October 31th every day @ 11am

 

2. FREE ZEMUN CITY TOUR

Beautiful Danube river bank. Walk through the old part of todays Belgrade, but bear in mind that Zemun has completely different history. A walk through modern wide boulevards, old narrow streets, and enjoying the view from the Gardos hill where Millennium tower is. Find out why the settlement was made here in neolithic.
Every Saturday @ 3pm. (bus tickets required)

 

OTHER TOURS

UNDERGROUND SECRETS OF BELGRADE
The hidden objects and cruel history. Visit to roman well ,military bunkers from Tito's period, Austrian gunpowder storehouse with Roman sarcofagi, sacrificial altars and tombstones. You will hear the stories about the oldest city center. We will show you the most interesting graffiti of Savamala. Visit to caverns in which the food was stored and wine cellar from the 19th century with FREE WINE at the end.
Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday @ 3pm. Participation: € 7,- (ALL TICKETS INCLUDED)

 

COMMUNIST TOUR
Find out the most interesting stories obout former Yugoslavia, World War II, Toto's life, „Youth relay baton", nonaligned movement, conflicts of the nineties, NATO bombing of Serbia and Montenegro in 1999. Democratic changes at the beginning of the third millennium.
Every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday @ 3pm. Participation € 10,- (PUBLIC BUS TICKETS AND MUSEUM TICKET CLUDED)

 

PUB CRAWL PARTY TOUR
Meet Belgrade's night life: kafanas, bars, river clubs and other cool places in our city. Enjoy Belgrade night with other party guests of Belgrade - a city proclaimed as the best night life city by Lonely planet in 2011.
Every Thursday, Friday and Saturday @ 9pm. Participation € 10,-(WELCOME DRINK AND 4 DRINKS IN 4 DIFFERENT PLACES INCLUDED

Skopje

Skopje, is internationally famous for being the birthplace of Mother Teresa, and she would be proud of the helpful, hospitable attitude that Skopje locals demonstrate towards visitors. Despite the recent trouble in the Balkans, Skopje has blossomed into a thriving, stimulating city to explore, defining itself as an exciting tourist destination.

Skopje was an Ottoman city for 5 centuries, which is evident in its magnificent architecture and sumptuous cuisine. It is divided by the River Vardar into the predominantly Muslim half north of the river, to the mostly Christian Orthodox side to the south of the river. There has been a large influx of foreigners since the NATO intervention into Kosovo, which adds to the cosmopolitan allure of the city.
Skopje is a lively, young city with lots of fun loving folk who like to be out, whether it’s at cafés, bars and clubs socializing with friends, or in active outdoor pursuits. Skopje has numerous dance clubs for a small city, which speaks to its spirit and energy. There are also a wide range of outdoor activities, from horse riding to rock climbing to keep every type of visitor entertained

Package:

2 overnights in a hostel (dorm), and rakija crawl.

€ 50,- per person

 

Overnight in a 3* hotel in double room € 25,- extra per person

 

We can arrange more tours in Skopje like: Gourmand evening, Wine tasting, Clubbing Tour, Jasen reserve, Sightseeing tours in Skopje, Ohrid, Bitola and Strumica. Also we can arrange transfer to Skopje for you. Send us an inquiry.

 

 

RAKIJA CRAWL

If you would like to meet the strongest flavours of Macedonia, then this is the tour for you.  It includes a visit to Rakiјa Bars in the old part of town where you will be told the story of the rakija (Macedonian brandy) and the city itself.  

The tour starts at 19.00 hrs and last 2 hours. You will get 5 different rakija drinks, “meze“- snack to enhance and complement the taste of rakija, presentation about the history of making rakija, transport and English speaking guide. Minimum required for the tour is 4 persons.

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