Korcula Island – birthplace of Marco Polo tour Dubrovnik as it once was, Home of the Marco Polo, The Dark Corfu....these are just some of the names of this beautiful island famous for its maritime history, high quality lime stone quarries and ship building, but also for its special macaroni from the village of Zrnovo ... Read More
Dubrovnik Private Tours
Born between snowy mountains and Adriatic sea, growing up in the turbulent times of epic fights between Islam and Christianity, and aging surrounded by many enemies and only few friends, the city of Dubrovnik could never afford to lower ist guard but rather to build a complex web of diplomatic bonds which,
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The legacy of that era still lives in the hearths and minds of Dubrovnik people, and the city’s credo about the pricelessness of its freedom, so many times put to the test, even during the lives of today’s generations has just left its citizens more determined, proud and looking brighter into the future. We ask you to get on this time ship, join us for one of our tours, and become a part of this city’s great history and culture.
Whether you are walking with us through the stone paved streets of the main street Stradun, or climbing the old an deserted medieval outpost Sokol-kula (Falcon Fortress) in Konavle region, taking a boat ride through the mythical lakes of Mljet Island, or recreating ancient gastronomical sensations with fresh Mali Ston oysters and potent red Peljesac wine, you will from us, as your guides and companions through this epic story, always get best stories, most interesting legends and an experience you will take home not only with happiniess but with pride for being, even just for a brief set of moments, a special guest and a good friend of once mighty and powerful Republic of Dubrovnik.
Guests are usually picked up in the Port of Dubrovnik (cruise ship guests) or at their hotels at agreed time by one of our vehicles and accommpanied by a professional licensed tourist guide, your private tour continues to Panorama section of mountain Srdj with breathtaking view of the Old City of Dubrovnik, Lokrum Island and ... Read More
King's Landing, the capital of Seven Kingdom awaits you. Join us on our tours with our skilled guides, movie buffs, fans and extras from the set. Find out firsthand about the sets, actors and backstage intrigues. Discuss fun theories and reanact the actual scenes with our props and professional guidance. The most important thing...have a great ... Read More
With a population of a bigger European's city suburb (650.000), Montegro is an enchanting little country full of extreme geographical diversities. Great mountains with snow peaks, steep fiord-like hills almost vertically diving into the Adriatic sea,mountain lakes full of fish, mystical monasteries carved in the solid rock, sandy and sunny beaches that go on for miles ... Read More
Herzegovina is a country of great natural wonders, rivers rich with water and mix of cultures all living under the same sky! Take the tour with us and get acquainted with the lifestyle of people of Mostar – a city of Muslims and Christians living on a different bank of River Neeretva, connected by Old ... Read More
Split, 2nd biggest city in Croatia and the capital of the Croatian Dalmatian coast with population of 250.000 is living through its tourism rennessaince for the last decade. Guests from all over the world are flocking to this mediterranean jewel situated under Marjan hill surrounded and protected by islands of Brac, Hvar and Solta... Inhabited ... Read More
Located less then 40 km from Dubrovnik (25 miles) Bosnia and Hercegovina is a world of its own, completely different than the coastal area of Dubrovnik Riviera. Limestone hills, small fertile pockets of land following the river flows, flocks of sheep and goats grazing and endless fields of vineyards will capture your imagination instantaniously. Departing Dubrovnik ... Read More
The city of Sarajevo is the Capital of Bosnia and Hercegowina and one of the 10 cities that must be visited in Europe according to Lonely Planet, 2009, located 270Km/160 miles from Dubrovnik. It was founded half a millenium ago with the arrival of Ottomans (turkish Center, fountain and Bazaar). Sarajevo was also ... Read More