We just finish this tour it was great time with amazing guest.
Day 1. Dubrovnik – arrival. Overnight in Dubrovnik.
We will pick up you and drive to the Hotel This day also if it is some time we can visit old time it is depends on your Flight time!
Day 2; Exploring Dubrovnik and surroundings ( Cavtat Srđ ). Overnight in
This morning , your accompanying guide will pick you up at your hotel and you will drive about 10
minutes to Old Town. Here you will have an approximately 1.5-2 hour walking tour visiting the
Franciscan Monastery, housing one of the world’s oldest pharmacies, the old harbor, St Laurence
Fortress, the Sponza and Rector’s Palaces and other points of interest in this best preserved European
walled city. The rest of the day is independent to browse the shops and linger at the spots you admire.
There are so many wonderful restaurant options from simple pizza and pasta dishes, to Croatian fresh
seafood meals at outdoor cafes as well as formal white cloth elegant establishments. Each has its
own old world charm and ambiance. After Local Tour we will explore hill Srđ And Cavtat Town close to
Dubrovnik You can return to hotel whenever you wish.
Day 3; Dubrovnik – Ston – Authentic Village Hardomilje with farm to
table lunch – Mostar- overnight in Hardomilje Farm stay.
Depart at 9 am for the 45 minute drive to the old town of Ston at the base of the Pelješac Peninsula.
It is yet another charming traditional old town and a quick look will be satisfying.
Also on Pelješac you can have wine tasting it is 7 Euros per persone in Miloš Winery.
My family & I would love to take you into our home in our village of Hardomilje and show you our
way of life which has changed little over the generations & is based on organically grown food &
Day.4 Exploring Hercegovina Region overnight in Hardomilje farm stay
A 30 min drive from away is Mostar, Herzegovina’s main town, and it has wowed visitors for
centuries. You’ll explore it’s medieval core – the Old Town. You will have a chance to learn of
Mostar’s troubled and turbulent past and it’s ever-so-intriguing present while strolling the cobbles of
the Old Town and seeing the marvelous Ottoman architecture. After Mostar Explorin falls of trebižet River ( Kravica , Čeveljuša….) with River Safari, Authnetic Hercegovina village Inlcuded Farm To Table culinary tour with lunch.
This day is in my Village it it great to hide from turist along this tour. 🙂 overnight in Split
Day 4: Exploring Split – Klis – Salona – Trogir overnight in Split
A 2 h Driveing to reach to Klis Fort, located on the high cliffs above Split dating back to the 4th
century BC, it offers awesome views of greater Split and the nearby islands. Beginning a guided
walking tour around the old part of Split, a very vibrant city. You will see the peri style of the palace,
Diocletian’s mausoleum, Jupiter’s temple, the colonnades along the streets, Early Croatian churches,
Romanesque houses, the gates of Andrija Buvina and
architectural works by Juraj Dalmatinac which all have remained in a good state. You will see its
Split’s Theater house, visit the local market and walk around the brand new sea front “Riva.” Among
its grandiuos buldings, streets and walls, we will visit the most important monument of Roman
architecture on the eastern coast of the Adriatic – The Diocletian’s Palace. The site was first settled
when, at the end of the third century AD, the Roman Emperor Diocletian built his palace here. These
days the palace is known as Diocletian’s Palace and it is under UNESCO’s protection. The importance
of Diocletian’s Palace far transcends local significance because of its level of preservation and the
buildings of succeeding historical periods built within its walls, which today form the very heart of old
Split. Numerous valuable cultural monuments are also to be found beyond the palace walls. Take your
free afternoon for exploring this magnificent city – the pines of the Marjan forest in the western part
of the peninsula, the murmur of the sea and the sound of the Dalmatian song in the stone streets of
the city. After local Tour and drive a 30 minutes to the medieval town of Trogir, which has changed
little over the years, and is today one of the most beautiful towns on this coast.
Day 5: Split Boat Trip 4 islands include Caves overnight in Split
Split – Boat Trip – Šolta – Hvar- Vis overnight in Split
If it is bad weather we can visit HVAR ISLAND WITH FERRY
Day 6; 21.06 Split – Šibenik – Nin – Zadar overnight in Zadar
An 1 h away from Split we will visit to the unique Renaissance Cathedral of Sibenik and a charming
Dalmatian town Primosten. This both relaxing and historically enriching tour of some of Croatia’s
hidden gems guarantees to delight every traveler. We are Continue to Zadar historic old town of
Roman ruins, medieval churches, cosmopolitan cafes and quality museums set on a small peninsula,
Zadar is an intriguing city. It’s not too crowded, it’s not overrun with tourists and its two unique
attractions – the sound-and-light spectacle of the Sea Organ and the Sun Salutation – need to be seen
and heard to be believed.
The mix of ancient relics, Habsburg elegance, coastal setting and unsightly tower blocks is what gives
Zadar so much character. It’s no Dubrovnik, but it’s not a museum town either – this is a living,
vibrant city, enjoyed by residents and visitors alike. In afternon we will drive 30 min to visit Nin In the
city of Nin you can find the world ́s smallest cathedrale called Saint Cross. Old ruins from roman
times, sightseeing and more.
Day 7: 22.06 Zadar – Plitice lakes – overnight in Plitvice lakes overnight on Lakes
An 2 Hour drive to most beautiful NP in Croatia .The absolute highlight of Croatia’s Adriatic
hinterland, this glorious expanse of forested hills and turquoise lakes is excruciatingly scenic – so
much so that UNESCO proclaimed it a World Heritage Site in 1979. The extraordinary natural beauty
of the park merits a full day’s exploration, but you can still experience a lot on a day trip from Split
Within the boundaries of this heavily forested national park, 16 crystalline lakes tumble into each
other via series of waterfalls and cascades. The mineral-rich waters carve through the rock,
depositing tufa in continually changing formations. Clouds of butterflies drift above the 18km of
wooden footbridges and pathways which snake around the edges and under and across the rumbling
Day 8 : 23.06 Plitvice – Rastoke- Opatija overnight in opatija
An one hour from Plitvice we will stop in Rastoke -A watermill village situated where the blue-green
waters of river Slunjcica flows into the Korana river. Most of the houses were built at the end of the
19th and the beginning o-f the 20th century. Because of its extraordinary natural beauties and
historical tradition, in 1962 Rastoke village fell under the protection of the State Directorate for
cultural and historical heritage. Many ancient civilizations, as well as contemporary urban
environments whitness that the water has always attracted people to come to its banks and settle
there. For thousands of years, the waters of Korana and Slunjcica, and their flora and fauna, fought
the laws of nature, and as a result of this struggle in the limestone plateau, a remarkable canyon was
carved in for us to take pleasure in. We are continue to Opatija abouth 2 h drive. Opatija like a
beautiful lady, enjoys her riches and fullness of life. Opatija’s villas and hotels of exceptional
architectural value, surrounded by the evergreen mountainUčka, healing sea and beautifully
arranged parks, have perfectly combined the modern spirit and the benefits of a top tourist offer.
Because of its unique climate and temperature, Opatija is attractive not only in the hot summer
months when offering refreshment, but in the winter as well, with its mild and warm temperatures
because of which it was a popular resort and sanatorium of the Austrian aristocracy. Opatija is a
place rich in cultural and entertainment events, unique culinary delicacies and, in recent years, in
superb wellness and beauty treatments. Opatija is absolutely the ideal destination for a totally
relaxing holiday. Each visitor of the beautiful Opatija lives with its timeless beauty, carrying it with
himself wherever he goes.
Day 9; Opatija -Hum – Motovun – Rovinj -Bale overnight in Opatija
Hum smallest town in the world- we will see Motovun, according to the legend, city built by giants.
The hilltop town Motovun, with its elegant system of towers, walls, gates and squares, represents a
strong example of Venetian colonial architecture. Perched on a hill about 227 meters above sea level,
Motovun is the most attractive town in the Istrian interior. Take a walk around the town walls of
Motovun: The sweeping view takes in the vineyards that produce Motovun’s fine Teran and Malvasija
wines and the forests that harbour Istria’s prized white and black truffles. We will have lunch in one of
Motovun taverns and try local delicacies and of course, go to unavoidable wine Today we will end in
anotother Istrian pearl – stunning city Rovinj, proclaimed as one of 10 most romantic cities in Europe.
And it trully is… On the seaside, the town is protected by a high rocky shore and house walls built on
cliffs, while the mainland side is protected by solid walls. The town is dominated by the baroque St.
Euphemia’s Church, its 60-meter tower providing a view of grey and red rooftops and chimneys,
streets and squares, the port and pier with ships and boats, and the marina harboring yachts. This
unique old town core, the 67-kilometer shoreline, 2,289 ha of protected green surfaces and improved
park forests, 16 islands, islets and reefs, make this town unique. Built upon a rich fishermen’s
tradition, it has become distinctive for its unique boat called batana and its songs bitinada. Its beauty
was particularly appreciated by artists who have painted the most beautiful motifs here and exhibited
them on Grisia, the street of artists. Take a deep breath and feel salty and romantic essence of this
glorious old city.
Day 10; Opatija – Postojna – Ljubljana overnight in Ljubljana
Our first stop will be in a little town Postojna, world-known by its Postojna cave. Postojna Cave is the
best-known cave in the world. It is also the greatest tourist attraction in Slovenia and one of the
world’s largest karst monuments. For 140 years, the Postojna Cave, as the only cave in the world,
offers a unique and adventurous ride with a special train, which will take you into the cave, under
spectacular underground arches, which are embellished with chandellier look-alike stalactites,
through a beautiful subterranean world full of playful limestone sculptures. 21 km of passages,
galleries and magnificent halls offer a unique experience of the underground world. The
Postojna cave is definitely one of the most diverse cave systems in the world. Apart from human fish
which lives here, 99 other animal species live here permanently and 150 occasionally.The World
Famous Postojna Cave is simply inspiring, you will see that.
After we are going to visit capital of Slovenia, Ljubljana.
Ljubljana is a small city and perfect for exploring. Very soon you might feel like exploring its
surroundings. We would take you to experience amazing city center, you will see the Ljubljanica river
flowing through the center of town, past Baroque buildings and under the ramparts of the ancient
castle on the hill. The new city and modern-day commercial core lies to the west of the river, while the
old city and the castle are located on the east side of the river. Many bridges cross the river, the most
famous of which is Tromostovje (Triple Bridge), designed by famous architect Jože Plečnik. Baroque
and art-nouveau have marked this exceptional city, together with new, modern architectural styles.
Main attraction of the city is and Old town, built on a hill as a fortress, from which you will see
Ljubljana and its magnificent surroundings. As a Ljubljana trade-mark, the Dragon Bridge is one of the
most well known sights of the city. Four green dragons, two on each side, stand proudly to guard the
bridge and the city itself. Though ladies beware….the dragon is said to wave its tail, when the bridge
is crossed by a virgin! Ljubljana is perfect destination to all in during whole year – in the summer, its
center hosts a number of city sponsored events, from children workshops and public playgrounds on
the streets that get closed for traffic for the occasion, to Trnfest’s off-beat street performances and
musical events of all genres. In autumn it shows its academic face as it fills again by students of the
state’s largest university to whom the city owes much of its youthful character. Cold December days
are warmed by thousand of lights, the new year’s decoration conceived by local artists, and by food
and drinks sold from street stands on the banks of Ljubljanica river. Enjoy Ljubljana!
Day 11: Ljubljana – Bled exploring Bled overnight in Ljubljana
we will discover different face of nature – beautiful Lake Bled, facing highest peeks of the Alps. With
immense natural beauty, Bled, together with its surroundings, ranks among the most beautiful alpine
resorts, renowned for its mild, healing climate and thermal lake water. The beauty of the mountains
reflected on the lake, the sun, the serenity and the fresh air arouse pleasant feelings in visitors
throughout the year, guaranteeing an ideal base or a relaxing break or an active holiday. Bled
attracts businessmen, artists, athletes, explorers, sport enthusiasts, the old and the young, from all
over the world, enchanting them to return again and again. We will take a ride with a traditional
Slovenian boat called “pletna”, after we will visit a cliff-top castle, perched high above the water and
enjoy fantastic view to the surroundings. We will have a chance to try most popular delicacy from this
region- Bled cream cake.
Day 12: Bled – Zagreb overnight in Zagreb
This morning we continue to Zagreb About 2:30 min , half day tour with your guide. Start with a
walking tour of the historic old town (Upper and Lower). We will take you for a walk through the city
center, so you can discover your first experience with this exceptional old city; Zagreb – two cities in
one city; two different faces in one face. Majestic Upper town, which is intimate, cozy and distinctly
medieval in ambience and the Lower town, full of huge squares, wide boulevards and Secession
Day 13: Explorig Zagreb – Samobor- Trakošćan
You will see central square of Josip Jelacic, Zagreb Cathedral, the most beautiful market at the open –
Dolac, Stone Gate and many other attractions. We’ll take a ride with the shortest funicular in the
world (only 66 meters) to the Upper town and enjoy amazing view on Zagreb roof tops. We’ll take you
through the beautiful Lenuzzi horseshoe or so called Green horse shoe, a complex of 7 parks and
squares with fountains, in the center of the town.
After Tour we continue to Samobor to try cream cake kremšnita. In the evening, we are inviting you to
be our guests at a Welcome dinner in one of Zagreb restaurants where you will taste local delicacies
Day14 : Zagreb departed the End Tour
We will Transfer to The Airport
The tour price includes:
- . Lunch and Dinner include in my Authentic family farm to table B&B With Boat Ride include
– 1overnights in Hardomilje Farm Stay Breakfast lunch and dinner included.
-Services of the professional English speaking guide/driver for the whole tour
-Comfortable AC minivan transportation with all costs included
-Sightseeing according to the itinerary
-Acommodation for Driver/Guide.
-The price also include baby seat, fuel, road tolls, VAT, parking, food for Driver/ Guide.
-River Safari Hardomilje
Review on Tripadvisor
Valerie and I were Internet searching for a private tour in Croatia and came across Private Tours Travel Agency and read the reviews. They were all spot on!
Ante arranged a 14 day itinerary for us as requested and he did not disappoint. We were introduced to the beauty and history of Croatia, and its nearest neighbours of Montenegro, Slovenia and Bosnia & Herzegovina.
Ante’s passionate explanation for his country and the region was explained well.
The highlight of the tour for us was the one day farmstay for us at his home. The welcoming delicious food, wine and warmth of Ante and his mother was incomparable. Lunch, Dinner and Breakfast of local Croatian food ‘Peka’, gigantic beefy sweet tomatoes, home made cheeses, jams, liqueurs, cherry surprises, farm eggs and wine – made our day and trip; plus the sharing of the authentic local way of life! It was a very comfortable stay and was my favourite in comparison to the hotels.