Private excursions in Croatia

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Whether you're planning a weekend trip or a longer vacation, you'll be pleased to know that Croatia has some of the best cities to visit. The country's most popular destinations include the islands of Hvar and Split and the city of Zadar. But did you know that Croatia has a number of smaller, lesser known cities that are just as stunning?

Hvar Town

Located on the western coast of the island, Hvar Town is a popular tourist destination. The town boasts several historic buildings. You can also find a number of good restaurants and clubs.

The Hvar Cathedral is a great example of how history has shaped this town. You can also visit the Museum of Hvar. Aside from the museum, there are several other buildings worth visiting.

The largest square on the island, Saint Stephen's Square (Pjaca) is also the heart of the city. It is a perfect place to watch the world go by and find a spot to get together with friends. The square also features a few restaurants.

There are several hidden corners in Hvar Town. If you don't have a map, you'll easily get lost. The best way to navigate is to take a stroll around the city.

One of the best things about Hvar is its beaches. The island is known for its turquoise waters. There are also several secluded beaches. One of the most popular is Malo Zarace, which is surrounded by pine trees and has a unique landscape of rocks.


Located in Croatia, Zadar is a city that has preserved its medieval architecture as well as modern art installations. The city also has three national parks nearby. These parks are the Plitvice Lakes, Paklenica National Park, and Telascica Nature Park.

One of the best places to watch a sunset in Zadar is Riva beach. You can rent a sun lounger at the beach, or go for a swim. In the evening, you will be treated to a colourful light show. You can also watch street performers here. You can also take a stroll along the promenade.

The city has many historic churches. One of the most famous is the Church of St. Donatus, which stands out because of its colossal size. This early Byzantine church was built in the year 800 and has become one of the most popular sights in Zadar. It is also used as a venue for concerts because of its excellent acoustics.


Another iconic sight in Zadar is the Cathedral of St. Mary. This building is located in a Benedictine monastery that was founded in the 11th century. It has been restored after being damaged during the Second World War. The cathedral is also home to a permanent exhibition of religious art, which features reliefs and silver religious artifacts.


Whether you want to relax at one of the city's beaches or visit one of the many palaces, Split is the place for you. This seaside city in Dalmatia is a great base for traveling to the islands. There is also a large selection of restaurants in the city to choose from.

If you're interested in history, the city has several UNESCO sites. One of the most popular is Diocletian's Palace. This is one of the best preserved Roman-era buildings in the world. The palace still has shops, restaurants, and even some houses that were built during the Roman era. The palace was built in 305 AD.


There are several museums in Split, including the Museum of Fine Art. The museum features scenes from daily life in the Roman era. There is also a sword dance, which tells the story of two kings who had a sword fight.

The Old Town of Split is located at the heart of the city. It is a mix of both ancient and modern architecture. It's a great place to walk through and enjoy the sights. The Old Town has many cute alleys to explore.


Located between Zadar and Split, Trogir is the perfect spot to explore the beautiful coastline of Croatia. The city has a lot of historical sights and is also great for photography enthusiasts. This is a perfect destination for those who love history and good food.

Trogir's medieval old town is one of the best-preserved Romanesque-Gothic complexes in Central Europe. The town is located on a small island connected to the mainland by a bridge. The city was continuously inhabited by Greeks, Romans, and Hungarians. The UNESCO recognized Trogir's Old Town as a World Heritage Site in 1997.


The cathedral is one of the most important buildings in Trogir. It was built in the 13th and 16th centuries. Its interior is filled with relics and art works. It has a beautiful bell tower. The cathedral also contains old tombs of Simun Sobota and Ivan Sobota.

Trogir's waterfront promenade is a great place to stop and enjoy the sea breeze. The promenade is lined with cafes and bars. There are also boats at the harbor. This is a great place to spend a few hours with a cold drink.


Located in central Istria, Groznjan is a picturesque town that's worth visiting. It has a long history, and it's also an ideal base to explore the rest of the hilly Istria region. It is surrounded by vineyards and olive groves.

Groznjan is home to numerous art galleries. The town is also home to the Croatian Music Youth, which organizes a number of concerts and programmes. There's also an international jazz festival every July.

The town is located on a hill, so you'll be able to enjoy views of the vineyards and olive groves from afar. It also offers plenty of cycling opportunities to other Istrian towns.

Groznjan is also home to some of the best wines in the world. You can visit wineries such as Rondo in Buje, and Stari podrum in Most.

Another place to visit is the town of Sokolovac, which is a hidden gem in Croatia. It's a day trip from Zagreb, and it offers beautiful promenades through the Old Town. The area is also home to a chocolate factory, and you can take a hiking trail to the peak of Sokolovac.

Novalja and Zrce Beach

Located in the northwestern part of the island of Pag, Novalja is a popular destination for a relaxing holiday in Croatia. It has been attracting more and more young tourists over the last decade, and has been growing in its offerings in the field of nightlife and festivals.

The city of Novalja is a popular destination for families and young tourists. Its weather is usually warm during the day and cooler at night.

The city's main draw is its seaside resorts. Its coastal towns are small and compact, and can be easily walked around. You can get a shuttle from the center of the city to the beach, and bath towels are included in the apartment price.

There are also several iconic clubs located directly on the beach. They have hosted many famous artists, including Tiesto, Robin Schulz and the Swedish House Mafia.

One of the best-known clubs in Croatia is the Aquarius club. It's open air summer beach club features a restaurant, pizzeria, and beach bar. It's one of the most famous party spots in Europe.

Primosten (Primosten)

Located on the Adriatic Sea, Primosten is a small town surrounded by crystal clear waters. It is known for its stunning beaches and its vineyards. It is also known for its mild climate and for having numerous sunny days. It is a popular tourist destination in Croatia, as it is close to several other interesting cities.

Primosten is also known for its wine and cheese. Vineyards can be found all along the coastline. The vineyards are arranged in a lattice of low stone walls. The vineyards are under consideration for UNESCO World Heritage status.

Primosten is a perfect destination for a romantic beach holiday. It is also a great base for exploring the Sibenik area. The area is full of historical sites.

The most important attraction in Primosten is the statue of Our Lady of Loretto. This statue is located on a hill above the town. You can enjoy breathtaking views of the sea from the top of the hill. You can also see the vineyards on Bucavac Hill.

Primosten is a popular tourist destination for its historical sites, beaches, and wine. You can enjoy boat tours to explore the region. There are also several summer festivals in Primosten.

Ciovo island

Located in Central Dalmatia, the island of Ciovo is a short distance from Split. It's an ideal place for a holiday because of its pleasant climate, beautiful beaches, rich vegetation and many activities.

The island of Ciovo is surrounded by numerous UNESCO-heralded places, including Trogir, which is a medieval town. In 1997, the UNESCO World Heritage List recognized Trogir's old town as a site of historical importance. The city's medieval old town is built with Renaissance and Baroque architecture. It has several old churches.

The island of Ciovo is connected to the mainland by modern road bridges. There are several boat charter options around the Trogir Marina. There are also several shops to rent motorbikes.

The island of Ciovo is also connected to the town of Trogir by a modern bridge. There are several hotels and private apartments to choose from in Ciovo Island. There are also villas, guest houses, and hostels on the island. Ciovo Island has many activities, beaches, and historical monuments.

Ciovo Island is located at the western exit of Kastela Bay. The island is also close to the Krka National Park. The area is also home to a number of significant islets off the southern shore.

Guided tours and museum tickets in Croatia

During a Croatian vacation, there are many art museums to visit. Croatian museums contain artifacts from the country's history. They are interesting and can be booked online. The prices for museum and gallery visit tours range from 2,124 USD to 4,508 USD.

One of the most famous Croatian museums is the Museum of Broken Relationships. The collection includes stories from around the world. Visitors can also explore the museum's small hotspot, the Museum of Apoxyomenos, which houses a 2,000-year-old Greek bronze statue.

Another popular Croatian museum is the Strossmayer Gallery of Old Masters. The gallery possesses a collection of around 4,000 works of art. There are 250 locations where the collection is displayed.

The oldest farmer's market in Zagreb is called Dolac. This market is a good place to pick up local specialties. The market also features botanical rakija infusions.

Another interesting museum is the Ivan Mestrovic Museum, which is located in a house where the Croatian sculptor lived. He is the author of the Croatian national anthem. His works are displayed in the museum.

The cathedral of Zagreb is a prominent landmark in the city. Its interior is spectacular and its canopy is a colorful backdrop for the building. The Stone Gate is a gateway to the medieval Upper Town. The Cathedral also contains a WW2 tunnel. There are several Gothic churches in the city.

For day trips, you can visit the UNESCO-listed Fortress of St. Nicholas and the charming town of Sibenik. In Sibenik, visitors can explore the whole town on foot.

You can also visit the city's medieval center, including the palaces and churches. You can take a two-hour walk around the old fortress wall for excellent views. The park is also home to a series of waterfalls.

The Plitvice Lakes National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You can visit the park on your own or participate in a guided tour. You can see the waterfalls, lakes, and mesmerizing canyons. You can also take a boat ride across the Lower Lakes. The admission ticket includes full access to hiking trails, shuttle buses between the Upper and Lower Lakes, and an electric boat cruise around Kozjak Lake.

In addition to Croatia's beautiful scenery, the country offers visitors a unique experience. Croatia is home to the Blue Cave, which is famous for its mystical blue light. You can also visit the island of Solta, where the color of the water is a stunning blue. The island of Bisevo is also popular with visitors, as well as the island of Hvar.

You can also visit the town of Klanjec, which is home to a 17th-century Franciscan church and an ornate sarcophagus made by Habsburg artisans. This town is located behind rich wine-growing hills. You can also visit the Krapina Neanderthal Museum, which evokes the habitat of a prehistoric man.

A Croatia vacation is filled with adventure, history, and delicious food. You can taste the country's traditional cuisine, hunt for truffles in Istria, and enjoy a cruise along the Adriatic.

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