The largest Croatian peninsula will enchant you with the beauty of its diversity. Rolling hills of Istrian inland topped with medieval towns meet fishermen towns at blue Adriatic sea. And in this excursion you will explore the best of this magical region!
Pula's Roman remains were described in Dante's Divine Comedy and have inspired some of the great Renaissance artists. The city is full of ancient and medieval ramparts, like the 2nd century Twin Gate, Gate of Hercules - the oldest Roman structure in Pula (1st century BC), Porta Aurea, and of course, Pula's amphitheatre, which is one of the six largest remaining Roman amphitheatres in the world.
Rovinj is a typical example of a traditional Istrian seaside town, often called ‘Small Dubrovnik’ and it is the 2nd most photographed city in Croatia. Its narrow streets are crisscrossed by passageways decorated with archways with ancient frescas. At the highest point of the island stands the famous church of St. Eufemija from the 9th century, whose bell tower is the tallest in Istria.
Motovun is an example of an early, fortified hilltop city, with houses scattered all over the hill. View from the top makes visit to Motovun unforgettable. This area is an especially famous location for finding the highly appreciated black and white truffles, and products from them are always appreciated souvenirs and gifts.
8.00 start from Zagreb
11.30 arrival to Pula
11.30 - 12.15 visit to Amfiteatar Pula
12.15 - 14.00 sightseeing of Pula city
14.45 arrival in Rovinj
14.45 - 16.00 Lunch
16.00 - 16.30 Sightseeing of Rovinj
17.00 Arrival in Motovun
17.00 - 18.00 sightseeing of Motovun
18.00 Departure to Zagreb
Included in price:
Transport in air-conditioned vehicle with English speaking driver/escort,
Entrance fee for Roman amphitheater, temple of August, tickets for bus to Motovun old town
1 pax: 2300,00 kn
2 pax: 2400,00 kn
3 pax: 2500,00 kn
4 pax: 2750,00 kn
5 pax: 2850,00 kn
6 pax: 2950,00 kn
7 pax: 3050,00 kn
8 pax: 3150,00 kn
Phone: +385 91 2222299
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