Zagreb – Capital of Croatia was founded in the late 11th century along the left bank of the Medvescak creek. Today’s Zagreb has grown out of two medieval settlements that for centuries developed on neighboring hills and spread to the lowlands. You will enjoy walking trough its hidden streets and hearing all about its rich history and legends.
Lonjsko polje – The state of preservation of nature, endangered and rare plant and animal species as well as cultural identity of this area, the traditional way of life and work of its population represents a unique area of protected natural and cultural heritage. Next we will walk trough Papuk nature park and its 400 million years old rocks.
The Medjimurje County is also called “Flower Garden of Croatia” and its natural surroundings are exceptionally beautiful with forests, meadows, vineyards, orchards, fields, streams and the River Mura as well as a rich variety of animal life. There are also traditional buildings such as castles, authentic wooden wine cellars set in the vineyards, churches and small villages.
Vukovar – you’ll see ancient history of Vucedol culture over 5000 years old, and recent Croatia’s Homeland War momorial sites as the Hospital, Memorial Graveyard, but also renewed Palace of Count Eltz holding valuable treasures of regions history.
Ljubljana – This picturesque and very vibrant city is full of surprises. The region that besides Ljubljana comprises 25 other municipalities is noted for its traditional hospitality, diverse nature, nice towns, castles, quality traditional restaurants and village churches with their rich artistic legacy.
Osijek – We’ll be walking the streets, visiting St. Peter and St. Paul Church and exploring old Tvrđa fort on the bank of Drava river.
Kopacki rit nature park and Karanac ethno village – Kopacki Rit is the world known phenomenon of flocks of birds, and its considered as one of the greatest natural spawning nursery for freshwater fish. In the year 1976, the lowest part of the wetland was declared as a special zoological reserve, and the wider area as a nature park. Then we ‘ll enjoy the rich gastronomic and tourist offer in Karanac ethno village.
Bled and Bohinj – . The Bohinj resort is famous for its scenic alpine lake of glacial origin and unspoilt nature, as well as Savica waterfall – Sava river spring.
Hiking tour on Kocevski rog with specialized mountain guide, and after that time to explore the region. Visiting some of the most interesting villages and monasteries.
Brijuni National Park, a gem in Istria’s natural heritage. These 14 islands are situated on a 7-km stretch between Pula and Rovinj. Nature has created quite a little paradise of exceptional beauty; there is a safari park and the remains of Roman villas and forts.
Istria – It is indeed a feast for the eyes. Its streams flow to the sea through deep valleys and rolling hills overlook the fields and valleys with little towns perched on the peaks, recalling some old paintings. After stopping and walking several towns and surrounding areas in the evening we come to Rovinj and explore its charmes. Truffles, olive oil and wine are trademarks of the region.
Pula, a city that has existed for three thousand years and it’s situated in the south of the Istrian peninsula. In Pula you can hear whispers about a story of mythical Argonauts, Romans, Venetians, Franks and the time of the Austrian and Hungarian Empire.
Opatija In the past it was a summer and winter destination for the Austro-Hungarian nobility because of its mild Mediterranean climate, and today it is a place of luxury hotels, former villas and private summer residences that have been turned into beautiful hotels, wellness centres, congress halls, and swimming pools.
The national park Plitvice lakes is a natural phenomenon is a jewel of inestimable value. Between Mala kapela and Plješivica, in the area where the river Korana has its source, there are 16 large and a lot of small lakes which are connected by small, medium and large waterfalls after which the river Korana continues its journey to Karlovac.