CROATIA CITY TOURS

When we visit a new destination, we want to know and see as much as we can in a short period of time. City tour with a professional tour guide can be delightful and educational experience. Professional tour guides are here to conduct tours of cities, historical sites and attractions or themed tours such as at movie locations. Our tour guides are professional and licensed. Local guides have excellent knowledge of the history, culture and traditions of a certain area, up-to-date information and will be at your service to recommend you good restaurants, bars, clubs or just to answer any questions that you have about the site and tourist attraction.
We organize private tours for individuals or small groups.
Our guides are passionate about their towns and our goal is to offer you unforgettable experience, entertaining and informative tour.

Departure point and time: Flexible
Duration : 1,5 – 2 hours
Inclusions: Professional licensed local tour guide, walking tour
Exclusions: Entrance fees, Gratuities are optional
*If you wish to visit museums, monasteries, churches, the inside of certain places, please contact us for more information.
Languages: English, French, German, Italian.
For additional languages or for groups of more than 10 people, please contact us via e-mail: info@archipelago-charter.com

Zadar City Tour

Zadar - 3000 years of rich history and the most beautiful sunset in Croatia
Begin your sightseeing tour of Zadar admiring the defensive walls that protect the city on three sides, built by the Venetians in the 16th century. Visiting the old part of Zadar you will come across the antique Roman Forum, the old Church of St. Donat, the Cathedral of St. Anastasia and Town Gate ornamented with Venetian lion and various coats of arms. The most popular attraction in the capital of culture and history is the Sea Organ producing enchanting music played by the waves. Nearby there is the Greeting to the Sun, the circle of glass that collects the sun's rays by day, emitting a flickering light show at night.

Prices / per group:

1-3 pax: 67 €
4-6 pax: 74 €
7-10 pax: 80 €

Šibenik City Tour

Šibenik - UNESCO heritage
City of Šibenik, also called Krešimir's city after one of the greatest Croatian kings that founded this city! Old town of Šibenik, with its narrow streets, steep stairs, fascinating architecture and stunning views is among the most charming small towns, ideal for taking a walk. Exploring around with your local tour guide you will get a chance to visit the Cathedral of St. James, dating from the 1400’s, UNESCO World Heritage site since 2000, City Hall dating from the 16. St., St. Michael’s Fortress (optional visit) with a magnificent view on the Šibenik archipelago and the military Fort of St. Nicholas. Šibenik is a town with 24 churches, among which 12 are still used for the service of mass, but it is a town of romance as well, full of small and cozy restaurants and bars.

Prices / per group:

1-3 pax: 67 €
4-6 pax: 74 €
7-10 pax: 80 €

Trogir City Tour

Trogir - “the stone beauty” UNESCO heritage
With our professional tour guide you will discover extraordinary history of 2300 years old UNESCO World Heritage town – museum. A city that was built for centuries by old Greeks, Romans and Venetians. Trogir, placed on a small island, with it’s remarkable palaces, squares, churches, towers, fortresses is a remarkable example of urban continuity. Walking tour of Trogir includes historical city core: city walls and city gate, the big and small Cipiko Palace, Duke's Palace, the city loggia with famous Cathedral of St. Lawrence and Kamerlengo Fortress. Walk through a labyrinth of medieval streets you will have a chance to see beautiful Romanesque churches and the outstanding Renaissance and Baroque buildings from the Venetian period.

Prices / per group:

1-3 pax: 50 €
4-6 pax: 70 €
7-10 pax: 80 €

Split City Tour

Split - “Diocletian’s palace” UNESCO heritage
Some 1700 years ago, the Roman emperor Diocletian built his “summer palace”, one of the most preserved palaces from the Roman time today, the world heritage site protected by UNESCO. Take a walk through long and fascinating history of Split with our expert guide who will bring the past alive for you, through major sights in the town: Diocletian’s Palace - Substructure (cellars), Temple of Jupiter, Cardo and Decumanus street, Cathedral of St. Duje, Peristil Square and Vestibul, the Golden Gate with statue Gregory of Nin. Discover always lively and crowded Riva with cafes and restaurants, main square (Piazza), Fruit Square and so much more. Find out how people lived inside and outside the Palace throughout centuries and discover vivid life in the old palace today! There are still people living inside the palace what makes it unique in the World.

Prices / per group:

1-3 pax: 50 €
4-6 pax: 70 €
7-10 pax: 80 €

Hvar City Tour

Hvar Town
Join us for the walking tour of this romantic fairy- tale town, rich in history, well known for beautiful architecture under Venetian influence, woven of narrow streets with shops, restaurants and cafes. Hvar is a jewel hidden by the time, situated in a protected bay, known for its gentile climate and lot of sunny hours. Things to see in Hvar town: St. Stephen’s Cathedral, built at the site of an earlier church and medieval Benedictine monastery, the Main Square, the largest square in Dalmatia with buildings dating from 15th to 17th century, nearby Bishop's Palace, the Arsenal, the Governor's Palace and other public buildings. One of the main attractions is the Hvar Municipal Theatre, the oldest theatre of that kind in Europe built in 1612 and renovated in 1803. Walking along the riva, the Franciscan Monastery comes into view, built in 1465. Dominating above the town and all mega-yachts placed in the harbor is the Spanish Fortress (optional visit), built in the early 16th century, and offering spectacular views of the town and islands.

Prices / per group:

1-3 pax: 80 €
4-6 pax: 84 €
7-10 pax: 95 €

Korcula City Tour

Korčula town - birthplace of Marco Polo
Join us and reveal inspiring and interesting stories of this medieval fortified town, birthplace of great explorer Marco Polo! Reveal its 26 narrow cobbled streets that formed this beautiful town in shape of a fishbone, its stone houses and gothic churches, the majestic Gothic-Baroque Cathedral of St. Mark, the Town museum (entrance optional), Icon Museum (entrance optional) and Abbey Treasury (entrance optional). You will be able to admire the entrance to the Old Town - the Land Gate and the Revelin Tower which you can partially climb to enjoy some scenic views, let’s not forget west entrance – the Sea Gate, and the house of Marko Polo.

Prices / per group:

1-3 pax: 70 €
4-6 pax: 74 €
7-10 pax: 80 €

Dubrovnik City Tour

Dubrovnik - the Old Town UNESCO heritage
Dubrovnik was one of the most prosperous and advanced maritime republics of all time! Accompanied by our experienced local guide disclose Dubrovnik's rich history and visit the city’s major landmarks: magnificent buildings, palaces and treasures. Walking the streets of Dubrovnik, you’ll get lost in time, losing yourself in the harmony of medieval streets and palaces. You will be surprised and amazed by the size and strength of defensive walls, the labyrinth of streets will constantly tempt you to take a peek at a new point, discovering a new square, balcony decorated with flowers, hidden palace or passage leading to the rocks below the City walls. Enjoy a walking tour of the historic heart of Old Town of Dubrovnik. and get to know (from the outside) the Franciscan and Dominican Monastery, Onofrio’s Fountain, Orlando’s Column, Sponza Palace, Rector’s Palace, the Cathedral and the Church of St. Blaise, patron saint of Dubrovnik and the Old Port.

Prices / per group:

1-3 pax: 80 €
4-6 pax: 85 €
7-10 pax: 90 €

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