With this tour you will learn more about our rich Croatian history and culture and you will find that next to its beautiful clear blue sea and never-ending sunshine there is more to Croatia than meets the eye.
Did you know that during the 10th and 11th century Croatia was a well known kingdom? The state was ruled mostly by the Trpimirović dynasty until 1091. There was no permanent state capital as the royal residence varied from one ruler to another; five cities in total reportedly obtained the title of a royal seat: Nin, Biograd, Knin, Šibenik and Solin. With this tour you will learn more about our rich Croatian history and culture and you will find that next to its beautiful clear blue sea and never-ending sunshine there is more to Croatia than meets the eye.
HERITAGE: Church of the Holy Cross (smallest cathedral in the world), St. Donat, Knin Fortress, Diocletian's Palace in Split, Fortresses in Šibenik, Šibenik's cathedral, The ancient Salona, Church St. Stephan
CULTURE: Salt museum in Nin, permanent exhibition of religious art - The gold and silver of Zadar, fortification monuments, „klapa“, an a capella type singing protected by UNESCO
GASTRONOMY: Wine tasting, tradional lunch including peka and prisnac, tasting sweet delights such as arancini, limuncina, almonds in sugar
EXPERIENCE: taste authentic croatian food, see ancient and medieval historical monuments, hear Dalmatian song echoing through Zadar's pier and Greeting to the Sun, learn the traditional ways of wine making and salt making