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  • ZAGREB BIG TOUR
    panoramic tour + walk­ing tour
    Mirogoj ceme­tery, Jarun lake, Green horse­shoe and many more
  • VARAŽDIN + TRAKOŠĆAN CASTLE
  • NATIONAL PARK PLITVICE LAKES
    pick up at your accommodation
    EXTRA vis­its: Ras­toke vil­lage, Home­land war museum in Turanj
    com­fort­able vehi­cle, pro­fes­sional driver/​guide
  • DAY TOURS FROM SPLIT
    day tours
    city tours
    trans­fers
  • DAY TOURS FROM DUBROVNIK
    Game of Thrones tour
    day tours
    city tours
    trans­fers

Overview

Opatija, often called the pearl of the Adri­atic, is one of Croatia’s most famous des­ti­na­tions, boast­ing a tra­di­tion of wel­com­ing vis­i­tors dat­ing back more than 160 years. Located at the edge of the Mediter­ranean, on the slopes of Mount Učka gen­tly descend­ing towards the coast of Kvarner Bay, Opatija with its mild cli­mate, beau­ti­ful archi­tec­ture, qual­ity hotels and lux­u­ri­ous, well-​tended parks and prom­e­nades, offers plenty of pos­si­bil­i­ties for a pleas­ant stay through­out the year.

The notable per­son who first dis­cov­ered the magic of Opatija was Iginio Scarpa, a mer­chant from Rijeka who built his hol­i­day home here in 1844 and named it the Villa Angi­olina after his late wife. This event marked the begin­ning of tourism in Opatija

Lovran is one of the most attract­ing tourist des­ti­na­tions in the whole Opa­tia Riv­iera. The City square, with it’s roman­tic bel­fry and a line of baroque houses, the church and a chapel by the sea­side are only a seg­ment in the his­toric mon­u­ments which make the antique and cul­tural value of Lovran, giv­ing it a spe­cial atmos­phere of an old and Mediter­ranean town. The name, Lovran got by lau­rel, the plant, that grows in abundance.

In Lovran the city’s old core is pre­served, that in the Mid­dle Ages was sur­rounded by high walls. Within the old part of the City, you’ll find many of the 13th and 14th Cen­tury build­ings. A few of them are com­pletely restored like the East City Door “Stubica”. Right next to the Old City there is the St. Trin­ity Chap­pel dat­ing from the 13th Cen­tury and is still in the City Park.

Rijeka is the admin­is­tra­tive and cul­tural cen­tre of the Primorje-​Gorski kotar County and the third largest city in Croa­tia with regard to the num­ber of inhab­i­tants. The city is sit­u­ated along the course of Rječina River and nearby numer­ous streams. It lies on abun­dant sources and con­flu­ences. Like numer­ous cities in the world, Rijeka car­ries the sym­bol of water in its name.

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Itin­er­ary

  • depar­ture from your accom­mo­da­tion in the early morn­ing hours
  • pleas­ant drive too Opatija
  • arriv­ing to Opatija, walk­ing tour
  • drive to Lovran and explor­ing the city center
  • visit of Rijeka and Trsat
  • arrival to the accom­mo­da­tion in late evening hours

Prices

PRICES (per person):

1 per­son 200
2 per­sons 115
34 persons 80
58 persons 65

The price includes:

  • com­fort­able car or minivan
  • offi­cial tour guide/​drive
  • coffe break
  • road tolls and parking
  • all taxes and VAT

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Book one of our BRAND NEW APART­MENTS in the CEN­TRE of ZAGREB

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Who we are

We are a group of young, but expe­ri­enced enthu­si­asts in tourism and proud cit­i­zens of Zagreb.

Dur­ing the years, our mis­sion was to present the per­fect expe­ri­ence on our tours to all our guests, and one day to be able to assist them as well for every­thing they might need while they are in Zagreb.

Now we are finally equipped for that: 4 apart­ments in the city cen­tre next to the travel agency office where we can advise and help you while you will be vis­it­ing other parts of Croatia.

On our day tours, we will show you all the beau­ties near to Zagreb or you can book our multi day tours where you will get to feel and expe­ri­ence Croa­tia like the locals do.

We will take you not only to the most famous tourist attrac­tions and restau­rants, but also to the ones that are not yet listed in the guide­books. You will get to feel our coun­try, learn about it and have fun while explor­ing it.