- Pula Airport
- Trieste Airport
- Airport Rijeka / Krk
- Airport Ljubljana
- Zagreb Airport
- Airport Milan
- transport to rail and bus stations
Plitvice Lakes are the most famous national park in Croatia, and are among the most beautiful sights in Europe. Because of their natural diversity, they are listed in UNESCO World Heritage List. Plitvice lakes consist of 16 interconnected lakes and numerous waterfalls, surrounded by dense forests. Visitors will find many trails and wooden bridges, built just above the calm water of the lakes. Besides sightseeing tour on foot lake it is possible to travel by train or boat, and are open to visitors throughout the year.
Motovun is located at the top of a steep hill and is also the best preserved Istrian town. Enjoy the charms of Istria, local wine, prosciutto, truffle, glass of brandy, olive oil and other native products of rural tourism.
Groznjan, an ancient town in northwestern Istria, about fifteen miles away from the sea, is proud of its rich historical and cultural heritage and natural beauty, all enriched by art.
Baredine CaveBaredine Cave is known and visited for centuries, and the first documented studies date back to the beginning of last century by the Trieste when cavers explored to a depth of 80 meters. Baredine Cave is first speleological also geomorphological natural monument in Istria evaluated for visiting tourists.
Visit the old town center in which is located Euphrasian Basilica, walk along the sea, and Enjoy the restaurants.
Rovinj is a town on the west coast of Istria and is one of the strongest tourist center of Istria. Visit museums, galleries, cultural institutions, or enjoy a walk along the sea.
Brijuni Islands are a remarkable combination of natural and cultural heritage. The mild climate and favorable geographical conditions, deep retracted bays and easily defendable elevated fortifications, have ensured the continuity of human activity on the island from prehistoric to recent times.
Pula, like the rest of the region known for its mild climate, tame sea, and unspoiled nature. The city has a long tradition of winemaking, fishing, shipbuilding and tourism. The city is famous for its well-preserved ancient Roman monuments, of which he is best known from the first century amphitheater, sixth largest in the world, popularly known as the Arena.
Zagreb is the capital of the Croatian, and the largest city by population. Historically, Zagreb has grown from two villages in the neighboring hills, Gradec and Capitol which is the heart of Zagreb, its historical center. With sightseeing relax in a multitude of shopping in shopping malls.