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Croatia and Italy Tours & Trips

It doesn’t matter if you have visited Croatia or Italy before. One thing you can be sure of is that you will want to come back again and again. Moreover, our enticing tour packages will take you to new unseen places with lovely beach sceneries, amazing food and lots of warm sunny days ahead. Find the tour that matches your wishes and pack your bags!

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Highlights

  • Travel back to a time when Roman gladiators fought for their lives in magnificent amphitheatres that celebrate Roman craftsmanship, at Pula.
  • Wake up early to watch fishermen bring in their catch and soak up the Mediterranean vibes of Rovinj.
  • Breathe in pine-scented air and cycle through the lush vegetation that surrounds the pristine salt water lakes of the Mljec National Park.
  • Listen to waves crashing against the Adriatic Sea, step inside the spectacular Diocletian Palace and discover the soul of Dalmatian life at Split.
  • Stroll through the rapturous interiors of St. Marks Basilica and linger on the wistful Bridge of Sighs in the city that defies the sea, Venice.
  • Enjoy the sight of marble busts glinting in lavish hallways and take in Michelangelo’s splendid frescoes that decorate the celebrated Sistine Chapel in Rome.
  • Savor the taste of rich Italian coffee, walk under the spectacular Duomo and be swept away by the elegant Renaissance atmosphere of Florence.
  • Explore the charms of intimate seaside towns in the picturesque setting of the Italian Riviera at Cinque Terre.

Tips

  • Use the phrase ‘Parla inglese?’ to convey ‘Do you speak English?’ while in Italy.
  • Cover your shoulders and legs while visiting churches in Italy.
  • Avoid putting your shoes or feet on tables or chairs in Italy as this is considered to be rude.
  • Try the famous Italian cappuccino at one of the quaint coffee bars.
  • Sample special Split dishes such as ‘pasticada’ (a meat dish) and black calamari or scampi risotto.
  • If you want to shop for souvenirs in Split, go to the Pazar open air market that runs along Hrvojeva Street.
  • You can use the phrase ‘Koliko je to’ to convey ‘How much does it cost?’ in Croatia.

Croatia and Italy Tours & Trips Reviews

  • "This trip was my absolute favorite of all that I went on my entire time abroad. I have to say that I was a bit apprehen..."
    Rome 2 Croatia