Tours to Croatia

Tours to Croatia


Holidays in Croatia leave a feeling of freshness, unsurpassed beauty and a high level of service in prestigious hotel complexes. Tours to Croatia are attractive both for lovers of a calm, measured holiday in the cleanest country, and for those who wish to improve their health at the unique resorts of Krapinske Toplice, Tuhelske Toplice, Stubichka Toplice, Ivanic Grad, Daruvar.

The country is rich in historical and cultural sights, castles and picturesque ruins of fortresses and abandoned cities.

Visiting prestigious nightclubs and discos on the island of Pag, unique and affordable shopping with a huge selection of liquors, hand-woven lace and quality leather goods, relaxation in hotels located in a protected area, untouched nature and the purest sea – such a cocktail of impressions can give only beautiful Croatia!

“Land of a thousand islands”, “A small country for a big vacation”, “Primordial Mediterranean” – these are just the most popular slogans associated with Croatia! Located at the crossroads of great cultures and civilizations, Croatia as a geographical and climatic region is a true European oasis. Its regions differ in their climate, culture and mentality, dialects and gastronomic preferences, and in general in their lifestyle. There are few places in the world where you can see such a huge variety of everything listed in such a small area, and this is where the greatest wealth and beauty of this country lies.

Geographical location: According to bridgat, Croatia is located on the northeastern coast of the Adriatic Sea and borders on Hungary, Slovenia in the north, Bosnia and Herzegovina in the east, and Italy by sea. The total area of ​​Croatia is 56,538 sq. km. The length of the coast, including the islands, is 5,790 km. There are 1,185 islands in Croatia, of which 66 are inhabited,

Rest in Croatia is the cleanest sea, the most beautiful nature, the most delicious seafood.

The medieval town of Rovinj is considered the pearl of Istria. The city is famous for its Baroque Cathedral of St. Euphemia (1736, 57 m high – the largest building in Istria). The Franciscan monastery and church (XVIII century) on Rue de Amikis contains a rich library and museum. Of interest are the cobbled streets of the old town, the beautiful Aquarium (1891), the Museum of Local Lore on Tito Square, the Monvi entertainment center, the Punta Corrente forest park (1890), the castle of Baron Hütterodt on about. St. Andria (today there is a chic hotel here), the gates of the old city – St. Benedict, the Portico and the Holy Cross Gates, as well as the arched portico “Balbiev Luke” (XVII century) in place of the old gate. There are 22 beautiful islands around the city, which are known as one of the centers of beach holidays and nudism in the country – Crveni Otok (“Red Island”), Monsena,

One of the centers of early Christianity is the city of Poreč. Opposite the bay of Poreč lies about. Sveti Nikola (St. Nicholas) is one of the first resorts in the region with an old lighthouse (1402) and beautiful beaches.

Pula is the largest city in Istria, a large seaport and an international tourist center. The old town attracts attention with many museums and well-preserved ruins of Roman buildings.

Rijeka is the largest port in the country, as well as an important business, commercial, industrial and cultural center of the Kvarner region, stretching along the Kvarner Strait between Istria and mainland Croatia. The main attractions of the region are concentrated far beyond the city limits – in Opatija and on the islands of Krk, Cres, Losinj and Rab.

Opatija (“abbey”, Croatian) is one of the most fashionable resorts in Croatia, which first received guests in 1844 and for a long time was the most expensive resort of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. All conditions for a relaxing holiday and sports are created here, and wild animals freely live right among modern hotels. Nearby are the best fishing spots in the region – Icici, Lovran, Moshenicska Draga, as well as the beautiful medieval towns of Kastav, Veprinac and Moshenica.

The island of Krk is the pearl of the Croatian archipelago and the largest island in the country (409 sq. km.). The dense forests of the island are interspersed with rocks, vineyards and olive plantations, numerous resort towns provide all imaginable and unimaginable opportunities for recreation and sports, and beautiful sand and pebble beaches and hundreds of secluded bays allow you to enjoy the purest sea.

Split is the second largest city in Croatia and the country’s most important transportation hub. The old city (III century BC) lies on the southern side of a high peninsula, the western part of which is occupied by a vast park. The main attraction of the city is the square fortress of Diocletian’s Palace (III century) made of white stone, from which, in fact, Split “grew”, and which is considered one of the most interesting Roman monuments in Europe.


The Government of the Republic of Croatia has decided to temporarily suspend the visa regime for citizens of Kazakhstan, the Russian Federation and Ukraine, which will be valid for the period from April 1 to October 31, 2010.
Visas will not be requested from all citizens who have a valid passport and enter
the territory of the Republic of Croatia for a period not exceeding 90 days.


Imagine in your dreams a small town immersed in the rays of sunset in a Mediterranean bay of unique beauty and… come to Vrsar!

Vrsar, a beautiful town with a history of more than 2000 years, was built on a picturesque hill around Vergotin Castle, the former bishop’s summer residence. Rows of stone houses seem to climb up the hill towards the old city center, the outline of a church on the horizon and a quiet green bay surrounded by a chain of tiny islands – this is the timeless and unique beauty of Vrsar.

However, the true spirit of the city is not limited to its external appearance. You can feel the idyll of life in Vrsar in its inhabitants, on its romantic streets. The city has long inspired adventurers, lovers, artists and fishermen. Even the famous Casanova lived here, being conquered by the Mediterranean romance of these places. You will learn a lot about the history of the city by getting acquainted with its monuments, visiting the famous sculpture park or just having a nice chat with the locals. Finally, your own history can leave its mark on Vrsar.


The city of artists, fishermen, hawkers, restaurant owners and just cheerful citizens – its cobbled streets and picturesque facades will captivate you with their unique charm. The inhabitants of Rovinj cherish the traditions, they know their history very well and love to talk about it. You will hear many entertaining stories and legends: about the famous “batana” boat, praised in a favorite folk song and immortalized in a wonderful little museum, about Saint Euphemia, the patroness of the city, firmly holding the “rudder” in her hands and looking at you with her high church tower, and much more.

The special spirit of Rovinj has long been recognized by prominent artists. Jules Verne, Nobel laureate Marconi, Yevgeny Yevtushenko, as well as many members of the Habsburg imperial family who liked to come here wrote about the inspiring atmosphere of the city. You have to discover “your” Rovinj, feel the special pulse of its streets, full of vital Mediterranean temperament, its numerous galleries, small taverns and restaurants.

Fill yourself with the life-giving energy of Rovinj!

Tours to Croatia