Croatia and Slovenia
Nature and small coastal villages
A trip that will take you to the most significant sites of these two countries that have many similarities but different cultures, traditions and languages.
The trip starts with a visit to the capital city of Slovenia: Ljubljana. A green city, tailor-built for both its inhabitants and visitors.
You will have the chance to see the world-renowned Caves of Postumja, Slovenia’s greatest tourist attraction; then a visit to Bled, a real tourist gem, where you will explore the lake on board the traditional wood boats (Pletna) and reach a little island with a church; from there to Skofia Loka, considered the most beautiful preserved medieval city in Slovenia.
In Croatia you will visit the Plitvice Lakes National Park, a Unesco World Heritage Site crossed by a grid of well-marked paths and by 18 km of wood bridges suspended above the water, which give unique character to the experience; the city of Pula, old Istrian capital, the city of the Arena, the temple of Augustus, the Arch of the Sergii and one of Croatia’s main beach holiday destinations; Poreč, the small town on the Istrian peninsula, characterised by its historic and cultural heritage. The Euphrasian Basilica, protected by Unesco, is just one of its interesting sites.
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