Zagreb is the capital and the largest city in Croatia almost a million inhabitants. It’s located in the continental Croatia, between the southern slopes of Medvednica mountain and the banks of the Sava River. It is famous for its Austro-Hungarian architectural landmarks and buildings. Zagreb has grown on two neighbouring hills, Gradec and Kaptol – core of today’s city and its historical centre with The Cathedral built in neo-Gothic style, one of the most valuable monuments of Croatian cultural heritage, the King Tomislav Square with its neo-Classical and Secessionist buildings and palaces, and Ban Jelačić square.
Rimac electric super cars and Samobor tour
Let us dive you into the innovative world of electric supercars and technology. We will take you for half day tour where all of your sences will enjoy in historical Introduction, showroom, assembly, component production, R&D department, Design department, Paint shop, Greyp Department & test ride with Greyp Bikes.
Few minutes south of Dubrovnik is the ancient Roman settlement of Cavtat and the Konavle valley-the very southernmost part of Croatia before it meets the coastline and mountainous terrain of Montenegro. Combining Cavtat and Konavle makes a wonderful day tour that takes you from an historic seaside village into the hidden interior of Konavle.
Dubrovačko Primorje is the area located westward from Dubrovnik. On the 50 km long and narrow area there are located more smaller attractive settlements: Orasac, Zaton,… and the upper villages of Dubrovnik. There are located the old summer residences that have been used by the old noblemen from Dubrovnik as the relaxation places from the rush city life.
Vjetrenica which means “wind cave” or “blowhole” is the largest and most important cave in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and one of the most interesting caves in the Dinaric Alps mountain range, which is famous worldwide for its karstic and speleological riches. Its entrance it not far from the village of Zavala in southern Herzegovina. In the warmer parts of the year a strong blast of cold air blows from its entrance, which is very attractive in the middle of the rocky, hot and waterless terrain.
Only minutes south of majestic Dubrovnik is the ancient Roman settlement of Cavtat and the rolling arcadial Konavle valley-the very southernmost parts of Croatia. Combining Cavtat and Konavle makes for a wonderful day tour that takes you from an historic seaside village into the hidden interior of southernmost Croatia.