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Croatia and Slovenia Tours & Trips 2017/2018

28 trips through Croatia and Slovenia with 4 reviews

The wonderful settlement of Bled and Croatia’s mesmerizing cities with their cobblestone pavements are enough of a reason for every traveler to want to visit and never leave. Discover diverse tour packages built to suit your budget and taste and book the one that matches your interests perfectly.

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28 trips through Croatia and Slovenia with 4 reviews

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Highlights

  • Wander around fascinating Baroque buildings and relax in riverside fresco cafes during a visit to sophisticated Ljubljana.
  • Swim in Lake Bled’s glacial waters, row to a fairytale island in the middle of a lake and listen to the roaring wind while at Bled Castle, which is precipitously perched on a steep cliff.
  • Tame foam covered rapids during an overwhelming river rafting expedition down the inspirational Soca River.
  • Hear the rumblings of an underground river as you explore impressive limestone formations inside the breathtaking Skocjan Cave.
  • Marvel at the changing colours of sparkling waterfalls as they cascade down high rock edifices in the forested environs of the Plitvice Lakes National Park.
  • Pedal past fragrant olive orchards, sample wine in golden vineyards before reaching the charming fishing port town of Rovinj in Croatia.
  • Be seduced by Zagreb as you slowly unravel its cultural and architectural layers.
  • Explore the nooks and crannies of the elegant Diocletian Palace when engulfed in the golden glow of dusk and lap up Adriatic seaside charms in Split.

Tips

  • If you need to exchange money in Slovenia, look for money exchange offices bearing the sign ‘Menjalnica’.
  • When out shopping, avoid haggling over prices in Slovenia as this is frowned upon.
  • Carry an extra set of clothes and a helmet for protection during cave explorations in Slovenia.
  • Do not stand or sit too closely to local Slovenians as this may make them uncomfortable.
  • If you are in the mood to go shopping in Zagreb, head to Dolac Market between 7 am to 4 pm from Monday to Friday for souvenirs and food products.
  • Sample Split specialties such as black risotto made with squid ink and ‘prsut’ (cured ham).
  • Nudist beaches are specially marked as ‘FKK’ in Croatia. Avoid going topless on other beaches.

Croatia and Slovenia Tours & Trips 2017/2018 Reviews