Croatia hosts a rich assortment of history and culture. Over the centuries, Croatia has been inhabited by peoples of various cultures, including Illyrians, Celts, Ancient Greeks, Romans and Byzantines. There is plenty to do.
VISIT THE DIOCLETIAN’S PALACE
This beautiful palace, dating from Roman times, is located in the heart of Split.
The palace was built in the early 4th century by order of Emperor Diocletian.
Later, this part of the city became the city center of Split.
The palace in a unique combination of Roman architecture and medieval construction. The palace has been on UNESCO's world heritage list since 1979.
The palace can be visited in combination with a tour of the city or can be visited as part of a tour that takes you into the world of The Game of Thrones.
VISIT THE CELLARS OF DIOCLETIAN'S PALACE
The cellars are also open to the public.
You can go there with a guide or on your own.
These cellars were also used during the filming of The Game of Thrones; they were home to Daenerys’ dragons. Choose a guided tour to learn more.
VISIT BEAUTIFUL DUBROVNIK
This city is soaked in history, the ideal place for culture lovers. You can enjoy a walk atop its fortified city walls.
Various tours are available highlighting different aspects of the city, including a tour focused on The Game of Thrones.
Korčula is a popular island destination for tourists due to its natural beauty, featuring both beautiful beaches and dense forestation. Delicious white wines are locally produced on the island from the pošip and grk grapes. Grk grapes can only be found in the vineyards of Lumbarda on Korčula, which makes the Grk wine truly unique.
We offer several wine tours, including a wine bar tour for those who prefer to stick to a tasting.
Korcula is also called the birthplace of Marco Polo, which has left its mark on the city.
You will find not only the Marco Polo museum, but also the house where Marco Polo lived.
Local restaurants and hotels also bear the name Marco Polo.
A combined tour is available but the sights can also be visited separately
VISIT ST MARC'S CATHEDRAL
One of the most beautiful buildings in Korcula is its cathedral.
In addition to enjoying its rich interior, it is also possible to go all the way to the top of the tower. From the tower you can enjoy a beautiful view over the island and the sea. Absolutely worth it.
VISIT ZAKERJA TOWER
From Zakerja tower you can also enjoy a stunning view over the city and the water, with the bonus that the bar Massimo is located here as well. Enjoy a delicious cocktail with a view from above.
Highly recommended for sunset drinks.
VISIT A MOREŠKA SWORD DANCING SHOW
In Korcula, the traditional sword dance is still performed.
The dance is hundreds of years old and was once fought as a battle for a woman.
There are 2 different groups that both compete for the love of one woman.
With clattering swords, this is a true spectacle.
This dance is performed during a special festival and on public holidays. But in high season there are also shows especially for tourists.
VISIT ST JAMES CATHEDRAL
The Cathedral of Šibenik is a unique monument of European sacred art and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is decorated with seventy-two stone-carved heads and is considered the most important Croatian architectural achievement of the 15th and 16th centuries.