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Enjoy one last Grecian adventure before catching your outbound flight from Athens on this citywide sightseeing tour featuring an in-depth Acropolis exploration.
Discover the treasures of Athens on an excursion that transports you back to the Golden Age of Greece. If you're planning some post voyage fun in the city, this tour is the ideal start to your extended adventure.
See one of the most beautiful areas of Montenegro, as you sail to the tiny islet Our Lady of the Rocks and explore the medieval coastal village of Kotor.
You will start the walking tour with a fabulous view on the 4.5 km long town walls which will appear above you. The step on the biggest square of the Old town will bring you centuries back to the period of Venetian rule.
Explore the natural beauty of Kotor Bay, as your speed boat takes you to the majestic Blue Cave and then to a sunbathing venue named "Fisherman's Village".
Discover the rugged natural beauty, charming local villages and the ancient royal capital of Montenegro on this eye-opening excursion into the Lovcen Mountain Range.
See why precious Porto Montenegro has attracted high-end developers who are creating an exclusive and luxurious lifestyle. Visit a museum, shop lux brands or enjoy the gastronomy - it's your choice!
Located in the vicinity of Budva, it used to be a fishing village on a rock in the sea, while now it is a modern resort connected to the mainland.
Embark on a tuk-tuk (three-wheeled automotive rickshaw) ride along winding Boka Bay, protected by UNESCO for its one-of-a-kind natural beauty and historical significance.
Discover Bosnia-Herzegovina's mystical places on this trip along the Neretva River to Mostar.
Take a pleasant drive along the Adriatic Road to the town of Ston, built in 1335 and considered one of the best-planned cities in Europe.
Drive along the breathtaking Dubrovnik Riviera to the small and picturesque village of Ljuta, where you visit the old mill known as Mlinica Dvori, which still works today.
See beyond the walls of Dubrovnik Old Town in a sleek Mercedes Benz Sprinter van and set out on a panoramic drive, first stopping at the Franjo Tudman Bridge to take photos of the cable-stayed architectural marvel over the beautiful Neretva River.
Explore Old Town Dubrovnik and take a walking tour along its medieval walls to get a truly authentic Croatia experience.
Visit the wineries of the beautiful Konavle Valley.
Travel through rustic vineyards before savoring distinctive regional flavors at local wineries and delving into traditional handicrafts on a fascinating tour.
Tour Dubrovnik on a fun tuk tuk ride that gets you close to the pulse of the city and quickly up hills for views of this medieval beauty.
After a short drive, arrive to your starting point, where you gear up, hear a safety briefing, hop on your ATV, and set out on your ride.
Explore Split from a local's point of view on this immersive guided walking tour of the town.
Hold on tight as you rumble through various stages of whitewater, and then, soak up the scenery during tranquil stretches on this 2.5-hour rafting adventure.
Visit a local fruit, vegetable, and fish market for locally-sourced ingredients before joining a hands-on cooking class to enjoy your delicious culinary creation.
Join us for a taste of the Dalmatian Coast scenic and culinary with a drive to a port town built into the coastal hills and river cruise before a lesson in traditional bread making and lunch.
A scenic drive brings you to Krka National Park for astounding views of the river waterfalls, rich vegetation, and plentiful wildlife. Afterwards, check out a fascinating exhibit and get some free time to explore on your own.
Discover the medieval town of Trogir, set on a small island just off the mainland and offering some of Croatia's finest examples of gothic construction.
Get a taste of Croatian culture with a walking tour of Split, the second-largest city in Croatia and 17 centuries in the making, before learning how to make pesto and enjoying a traditional lunch.
From scenic drives featuring ancient ruins to a gallery of a renowned Croatian sculptor, enjoy the history and beauty of Croatia's second-largest city and the surrounding area.
A tuk tuk tour gets you around the historic center of one of Croatia's largest cities for a quick look at life in Split as well as Roman and Byzantine sites.
Discover the powerful waterfalls of Krka National Park during this nature tour.
Explore the town of Trogir, one of Europe's best preserved Gothic-Romanesque examples, including the Cathedral of St. Lawrence and Cipiko Palace.
Explore the tiny islet of Primoten and visit rural Burni to experience village life, including home visits and local appetizers.
Discover the medieval history and architecture of Sibenik with a walking tour of significant Gothic churches and other notable landmarks.
Get a taste of the Dalmatian Coast on a tour that brings you to a scenic viewpoint followed by a four-course meal.
Visit a family winery to learn about the heritage of winemaking in the region and explore the charming town of Skradin.
Marvel at the natural splendor, historic fortresses, and sweeping views of Sibenik as you glide gently down the calm waters of St. Anthony's Channel.
Embark on a guided hike through a wilderness landscape of breathtaking canyons, caves, cliffs, and natural works of art known locally as "skrape".
Embark on an exploration of Krka National Park, a magical landscape of waterfalls and gorges. Stop at the Skradinksi Buk falls for a scenic swim.
See Zadar's highlights via a unique and eco-friendly tuk-tuk ride through this historic city on the famed and beautiful Dalmatian coast followed by a guided walking tour.
Discover the amazing history of Maraschino, a local spirit produced in Zadar since the 17th cen-tury using the fruit of the marasca cherry tree.
Get to know Novigrad, a picturesque and historical town located on the southern coast of the Novigrad Sea.
Explore Zadar's breath-taking coastline on a sailing experience that will take you to secluded beaches, beautiful islands and picturesque villages.
Enjoy a guided walk through the medieval town of Labin where a new group of artists has built quite a reputation for traditional ceramic designs.
Set off on a narrated stroll through the streets and squares of Rovinj during which you'll enjoy a very intimate look at local seafaring heritage.
From the pier, follow less traveled roads to the heart of the Istrian peninsula, known to the Romans as Terra Magica (Magical Land), enjoying grand scenic vistas along the way.
Begin with a scenic drive inland, passing small picturesque villages and hilltop towns before you reach the village of Vizinade, where the Arman family produces wine.
Leave Pula and head toward Istria Peninsula Hinterland to the village of Paladini, where you are greeted by the Karlic family at their farm. After an introduction to truffles, learn about the history of truffles in Istra and the family.
Step back to the grandiose days of ancient Rome on an archeological stroll through the relics that reveal the tale of Pula Town.
Sit back and enjoy the scenery as you travel to Groznjan-Grisignana, a small Istrian town of great cultural significance known for its music academies and creative arts workshops.