Postojna Cave is one part of two famous cave networks in Slovenia. These natural wonders were created several millions of years ago by the River Rivka and rainwater. After a two and a half hour drive, you will reach the cave. You will then get on a small train and after a ride that last for about 10 minutes you will find yourself inside this remarkable cave, which is full of prehistoric wonders and beauties. After exploring the cave, you will continue the tour in Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia. This former Roman colony is turned into an energetic & vibrant city rich in culture. During the sightseeing tour you will see the city’s amazing architecture, fortresses from middle ages, Preseren Square, Franciscan Monastery, and the most known, the Triple Bridge. You will have a lunch break in Ljubljana, after which you will have some free time to discover the city on your own after which you will head back to Zagreb.
The heart of Croatia, the capital and the central spot of every tourist that comes to Croatia, Zagreb is the city worthy of your exploration. You will start at Ban Jelacic Square, from which you will walk up Tkalciceva Street, all the way to the Cathedral, St. Mark’s Church and Stone Gates. These mesmerising architectural wonders show the best of this charming city’s culture and history. After exploring the Upper Town, you will go back to Ban Jelacic Square and explore the parks that follow the road to the railway station. After exploring the city you will go to Mirogoj, Zagreb’s cemetery, which is considered to be the most beautiful cemetery in Europe. Mirogoj is also a park, through which you can walk and see all of the beautiful monuments and statues, as well as the “outdoor art gallery” with many famous people buried with carved memorials.
This tour of magnificent city of Varazdin starts with a drive of an hour and a half, after which you will arrive in Varaždin, which is one of the most beautiful and oldest cities in Croatia. It was the previous capital city of Croatia and has a rich cultural heritage. Varaždin has a distinguished architecture which you will experience and see during your walking tour. You will hear the amazing stories about the city, as you walk by the Cathedral of the Assumption, the Monastery of St. John the Baptist and Varaždin Town Hall. After finishing this tour, you will have a lunch break and then some free time just to wander around the city’s street, after which you will head back to Zagreb.
Once you leave Zagreb, and a drive of an hour, as you cross the Slovenian border, you will arrive in Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia. This former Roman colony is now a rich and vibrant cultural city. During the sightseeing tour you will discover the city’s amazing architecture, fortresses from middle ages, Preseren Square, Franciscan Monastery, and the most known, the Triple Bridge. You will have a lunch break, after which you can continue exploring Ljubljana on your own, in order to breathe in the history and culture of the city.
The Plitvice Lakes represent a unique natural value in Croatia and earned its spot on the UNESCO’s list of World Heritage places with its remarkable lakes. After driving from Zagreb for around two hours, you will arrive at Plitvice and will walk through the forests following your local guide. You will see the Upper Lakes, a system that holds 12 lakes, and Lower Lakes, which are placed in a sandstone canyon and also rivers running down hills and waterfalls. The Plitvice lakes are constantly evolving, as the water changes course and creates new picturesque images. While in Plitvice, you will be able to try some delicious local food, as you will have a lunch break there, after which you will drive back to Zagreb.
This one-day tour of Croatian Hinterland will give you the opportunity to discover different part of Croatia. First you will visit the glorious castle of Trakošćan, which is an hour and a half far away from Zagreb. Trakošćan castle is located at the top of a hill and it is one of the most beautiful castle in Croatia. Outside the castle, there is a park where you can take a nice walk and see the amazing architecture of the castle. After sightseeing, you will continue to a small city of Kumrovec, where you will be able to experience the lifestyle of this part of Croatia as it was in the 19th century. The city holds the memorial statue of Croatian Anthem, and is unique by being the most famous village in the world. You will have a lunch break in Kumrovec, after which you will continue your tour to Varaždin, which is one of the most beautiful and oldest cities in Croatia. It was the previous capital city of Croatia and has a rich cultural heritage. Varaždin has a distinguished architecture which you will experience and see during your walking tour. You will hear the amazing stories about the city, as you walk by the Cathedral of the Assumption, the Monastery of St. John the Baptist and Varaždin Town Hall. Finish this tour with some free time just to wander around the city’s street, after which you will head back to Zagreb.
In this amazing tour, you will discover a totally different part of Croatia, the Croatian Hinterland. You will visit the glorious castle of Trakošćan, which is an hour and a half far away from Zagreb, through green hills, picturesque landscapes, passing fairy tale castles and vineyards. Trakošćan castle is situated at the top of a hill and it is one of the most beautiful in Croatia. Outside the castle, you can take a nice walk through the park by the lake and enjoy the scenery. After sightseeing, you will continue to a small city of Kumrovec, which is known for its memorial statue for the Croatian Anthem ''Lijepa Naša''. It is known for being the most famous village in the world. While there, you will be able to see its unique museum holding many preserved houses and buildings, looking just the same as it was in 19th century. After exploring this small city, you will head back to our starting point, Zagreb.
Medvednica is a mountain by the city of Zagreb, which is one of the most popular places where people go hiking, walking, bike rides, skiing, etc. At the top of the mountain is Sljeme, the place where people go to avoid the hustle and bustle from the Croatian capital. During winter, the most famous ski race “Snjezna Kraljica” is held here every year. While exploring Medvednica, you can visit Veternica cave, Medvedgrad, which is a castle built for the protection of the citizens, the Zrinski mine or you can enjoy delicious food that the restaurants on top of the mountain can offer.
Veliki tabor is a fortress in Zagorje from 15th century, and it is one of the most preserved medieval monuments in Croatia. It is one of the most important cultural and historical monuments of continental part of Croatia. It dominates with its location, on top of the Hum Kosnicki, on 333 meters above the ground. It gives the impressive view, since the fortress has synchronized with nature, and makes a unique picture that will leave no one indifferent. After sightseeing of Veliki tabor you will be driven to Grešna Gorica agro tourism where you will have lunch break in family restaurant and you will be able to try special delicacies of Zagorje part of Croatia. From Grešna gorica you will have around 1 hour to get back to Zagreb to your hotel, to soak up the experiences of the day while enjoying Zagreb nightlife.
The first stop of you tour will be in a small city of Klanjec, which is situated in the western part of Croatia, in the part called Zagorje, near the border with Slovenia, on the river Sutla. It offers few attractive sights, such as ancient churches, galleries, and memorial cemetery, where the writer of Croatian anthem found his place. After Klanjec, you will continue to the city of Kumrovec, surrounded with ruins of Cesargrad and forest slopes near the river Sutla, holds the memorial for Croatian Anthem “Lijepa Naša”, which was built in 1935, on its 100th anniversary. The most famous village in the world, as their locals like to call it, holds the museum “Staro selo”, which is a unique museum on open-air, and has original, preserved country houses from 19th century. Visitors are able to experience the lifestyle that was traditional for 19th century in that part of Croatia, such as country weddings, craftsmanship, carpentry craft, pottery, etc. After sightseeing of Kumrovec, you will continue to Gresna Gorica, which is a place where you can taste rural tourism as nowhere else, and is also located in Croatian part Zagorje. It is a family run business, which started with rural tourism in 1996. They collected old objects which are typical for country living, and started to organize and decorate their environment to give that rural and natural atmosphere at their restaurant. With local and traditional dishes, their local wines and beverages, the vineyards and meadows, you will surely have the feeling of being somewhere in medieval times.