Custom tours to meet all your needs!
Do you like to explore ancient cities and learn about their history? Or you maybe prefer natural beauty? Would you like to include your whole family, including children, in the exploration? How about experiencing what local life is like, with some food, maybe a glass of wine? National parks? UNESCO sites? Unknown hinterland spots, away from the beach? Do you want to go slow pace? Do you prefer private tours and not overcrowded day trips?
Just send us an e-mail or a text message or call us. We will do our best to meet your demands. If needed, we can put together a self-guided tour just for you, with everything needed so you can fully enjoy your time without any worry about itinerary, routes and meals.
Here are some examples of tours we offer, but don't hesitate to ask about options or other locations like rivers Cetina or Krka, hills, lakes, fortresses such as Klis, Vrlika or Knin, historical jewels Trogir and Šibenik, Krka national park, Salona archaeological park, inland towns Sinj or Imotski, islands of Brač, Hvar, Vis, etc.
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walking tour of split
Since 1979 Diocletian's Palace and the historical centre of Split are listed on UNESCO World Heritage List, as a unique structure with continued, 17 centuries-long life. The tour will take you from the Riva promenade to Diocletian's Palace's substructures, former imperial residence, central square Peristyle and medieval parts of old Split, including the former Jewish Ghetto. We will also visit the city's main square locally known as Piazza and Fruit square. You will also learn about life in Split during its history, with influences from different cultures, from ancient Greece till today.
THREE UNESCO SITES IN A DAY
You can visit three locations listed on UNESCO World Heritage List; the historical cores of Split and Trogir, and the St James Cathedral in Šibenik. It's a private tour for small groups, a time-travel to learn about the ancient Roman and medieval heritage of Dalmatia. Guests will have enough free time to enjoy today's life, with plenty of relaxing and dining options. The trip starts with a walking tour of the Diocletian's Palace in Split, followed by sightseeing of the medieval structure of the tiny town Trogir, and ending with magnificent 16th-century Cathedral in Šibenik.
Explore split with your kids
It can be difficult to make children interested in historical tours, and this is one of the very few children-friendly tours in Split. I will give you an insight into historic attractions in a more simple and children-suitable way. As a father myself, I know stories and legends connected with Split. We will look for ancient hidden wall inscriptions and Egyptian sphinxes, pass through Roman gates, make a wish by rubbing a toe of Bishop Grgur's giant statue, and mark all locations on a map of the Palace. In the end, we will visit the oldest pastry shop in Split, tasting traditional homemade-style treats. And there are some other surprises awaiting along the way.
jewish history of split
Split and the area surrounding Split has about 2,000 years of Jewish presence, ever since the Roman times. This is an excellent way to explore such a rich history, from ancient menorahs carved on the walls of the Diocletian's Palace to a story about Portuguese Jew Daniel Rodriga and his role in turning Split into an important trading centre, to walk through medieval Jewish ghetto with the old synagogue and ascend to Marjan where 16th-century Jewish cemetery still stands.
Learn also about the tragic events of World War Two, and about today's life of small, but important Jewish community.
This tour will let you explore Marjan forest park, one of the most important symbols of Split, and learn about its nature, but also its historical and cultural importance for the local community. The trail will take you to about a dozen small medieval churches scattered around Marjan as a spiritual circle of old Split. Also, we will explore hidden, shady and peaceful paths through the pine forest, where every step tells the story of Split and its people. In the summer, take a swimming break on one of many rocky or pebbled spots, or learn where you can ride a bike, jog, climb, hike or whatever your favourit outdoor activity is.