Private Limo tours Croatia

We will tell you a story about Croatia that is not in a Tourist guide, the story that is not in the books. We specialised in private Limo tours and excursions that came from passion for Croatian cuisine and tradition. Discover with us Croatian Attractions…..medieval castles, hidden gems of Croatian inland.

Let us take you to undiscovered trails of history, amazing restaurants with specialties only for you. Our guides will try to get you closer to Croatian history and heritage in a different way. Pick any of our half or full day thematic tours, and you will experience local dishes, taste local wines of Croatia. All of our excursions are private tours; it’s always a luxury vehicle and an excellent english speaking professional driver / chauffer that will pick you up in front of your hotel, apartment or at the airport.

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Croatia is a country well-known for its exquisite national dishes and this stories will most certainly motivate you to start a gastronomic investigation of our country, while the diversity and richness of flavors will challenge and tempt your palate in every part of Croatia.

Once you start this gastro journey you will seek more and more exciting tastes and authentic gastronomic sites where you can enjoy Croatian national food.

We invite you to discover our rich gastronomic heritage as well as history of various counties of Croatia through one of our thematic gastronomic tours!

Shop, Istenič Winery, Slovenia photo by Croatian Attractions

In 1968 the family Istenič bought an abandoned farmhouse and vineyard and produced their first sparkling wine using the traditional method. Since then Janez Istenič laid the foundations for one of Slovenia’s largest houses of sparkling wines using the traditional method, and today the permanent stock of aging wines totals 500,000 bottles. The numerous prizes and awards won over the years testify to the quality of Istenič sparkling wines.

Wine shop in Ilok Old Cellar, photo credit by Iločki podrumi

“Danube kingdom of wine and antiques” and “the heart of bread, anthem plains and sky” – Wine and gastro tour to Ilok / eastern Croatia

Wine shop in Ilok Old Cellar, photo credit by Iločki podrumi
Trakoscan castel

Experience Croatian Zagorje, and visit the historical site – the castle Trakošćan. Trakošćan Castle was built in the 13th century and was originally a small medieval castle.

Zagorje

This is a thematic gastro tour for history lovers! Explore Croatian Zagorje with its historic sites, castles, manor houses, and churches. Explore the historic castle of Trakošćan, learn about the legends of Veliki Tabor, and experience the ethno village of Kumrovec.

Zagorje
Plješivica wine tour E Byke, Croatia photo by Easy Hills

Let us take you on a day tour where all of your sences will enjoy, tell us your place of stay in Zagreb and we will come and pick you up.

PEKA by Florio, cooking class

Peka is one of the best known traditional Croatian dishes. Gourmands regard food prepared under a peka as the ultimate in grilled dishes.

PEKA by Florio, cooking class
Croatian Attractions Oysters

Although renowned for the spectacular city walls that are considered to be the second longest in the world, this region is predominantly known as the “oyster capital” of Croatia.

Peljesac

Peljesac Wine Tour takes you to the beautiful Pelješac peninsula. Located in the heart of South Dalmatia, this picturesque area is home to some of the most intriguing red wines in Europe.

Peljesac
Motovun, Istria, Croatia, photo by Zoran Jelaca

Istrian town of Hum is known as the smallest town in the world. Motovun is a picturesque medieval town built on top of a cone-shaped hill with a flat plateau. Brtonigla has its distinguished winemakers and olive growers.

Konavle

Even back in the times of the Dubrovnik Republic, great attention was dedicated to the autochthonous variety of Malvasia – which is very strange – because if you have visited northern peninsulla Istria – you’d understand.

Konavle

Half day excursions

St. Marks Church, Upper town, Zagreb, Croatia, photo credit by TB of Zagreb

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.

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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.

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The sericulture, traditional silk production, Konavle, Croatia

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.

Vjetrenica-Cave-Bosnia-Herzegovina

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.

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Croatian-Attractions-Cavtat-village

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.

Full day excursions

Sastavci, Photo credit by NP Plitvice lakes

Join us on our one of most popular day trips from Zagreb and visit Plitvice Lakes national park. This is one of the must see in Croatia. Sixteen magical lakes, multitude of cascades and bubbling waterfalls will give you the pleasure to discover the perfect image of nature which has built its masterpiece for thousands of years. The true beauty of the untouched nature will definitely leave you breathless.

Krapina Neanderthal Museum, photo by Damir Fabijanic

Museum of Neanderthals represents a magical and mystical idea of the prehistoric people of Europe. They are one of the many secrets of the beginning of human race. Even to this day we still ask ourselves who were those people that lived between 30,000 and almost 300,000 years ago.

Krapina Neanderthal Museum, photo by Damir Fabijanic
Croatian-Attractions-Kayaking-Zrmanja

Zrmanja river with its crystal clear waters wiggle through a 200m deep canyon, creating on the way many beautiful limestone waterfalls, of which the 11m high “Veliki buk” is the most impressive one. Zrmanja is known for its inaccessible canyon, which can only be experienced by boat or kayak/raft. Kayaking is ideal for everyone up for an active vacation and good fun in nature. The difference between kayaking and rafting is that when rafting there is a skipper in every raft, and when kayaking skippers follow the group according to relay race regime, whereby all checkpoints on track are secured.

Bled Island

Just 2 hours drive from Zagreb you can visit we will take you to see and amazing or beautiful lake Bled, situated in a picturesque environment, surrounded by mountains of Julian Alps and forests. Bled is mixed od glacial and tectonic origins. It’s maximum depth is 29,5 m / 97 ft. The lake surrounds Bled island which has several buildings, of which the main one being the pilgrimage church dedicated to the Assumption of Mary.

Bled Island
Postojna caves

Just 2 hours drive from Zagreb you can visit beautiful Postojna caves underworld (the tour of caves is 1,5 hours with a train) where inside the caves among fantasy stalactite forms you can experience the fantastic world of tunnels, passages, galleries and halls. The amazing and astonishing diversity of Karst features can easily be accessed.

Medjugorje

Story of Medjugorje starts back in 1981 when Our Lady appeared in front of group of children. As a result of these apparitions, this simple village parish has become a place of gathering of a multitude of pilgrims from all over the world, and it is nowadays one of the biggest prayer centers Many witnesses say that they have found faith and peace here. You will have the opportunity to visit the Hill of Apparition and attend Mass in the local church.

Medjugorje
Mostar, old bridge, Bosnia & Herzegovina

One of many advantages of traveling to Croatia is its proximity to many important sites in neighboring countries that are so easy to reach. High on the list is magical Mostar, in the Herzegovina region of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the heart of the Western Balkans. Being in Mostar lets you experience the sights, sounds and tastes of the ancient Ottoman Empire while still being in a European city. The beauty of its architecture and its picturesque setting along the banks of the colorful Neretva River are compelling.

Korčula, Croatia, photo by K2 & Croatian Attractions

Korcula is one of the most beautiful islands on Croatia’s Adriatic coast. It has lots to offer including a historic walled town, great beaches or locally produced food and wine. One of the attractions is historic town of Korcula not far away from Dubrovnik.

Korčula, Croatia, photo by K2 & Croatian Attractions
Croatian Attractions Perast

The town of Perast with its famous beautiful islet, called “Gospa od Skrpjela” (Our Lady of Stone) and stop to enjoy the glorious view. Way to Kotor is giving you a first-hand experience with Montenegro’s three different landscapes – bay, mountain and sea. There are very few places to compare with natural beauty of the Bay of Kotor, which is actually a fiord, often compared to the ones in Norway. The city itself is surrounded by the very preserved medieval wall.

Private tours

We try to tell a story with our Croatian excursions/private tours.

In the Gastro thematic tours “Croatian cuisine” you will experience the best dishes and taste the best of the best of wines in Croatia.

In our All day and Half day private tours/excursions you will see the most interesting Croatian attractions.

All of our excursions are private tours; it’s always a luxury vehicle (depends on a private group – from two to 8 people) and an excellent english speaking professional driver/ chauffer that will pick you up in front of your hotel, apartment or at the airport.

With us you will be comfortable, secure and enjoy yourself, because we provide the best of the vehicle class and, of course, the best places to see.

Gorgeous waterfall Plitvice

The Plitvice lakes National Park belongs to Dinaric karst area and due to its specific geology, geomorphology and hydrology it truly is one of the most impressive karst entities in the world.

Croatia Attractions Rovinj

On the magnificent coast of Istria (Croatia), right below the Lim Fjord, is the most romantic place in the Mediterranean!

Croatia Attractions Rovinj
Panorama of Zadar, Croatia, photo by Velid Jakupović Gricko, photo credit by TB of Zadar city

Zadar is a city monument, surrounded by historical ramparts, a treasury of the archaeological and monumental riches of ancient and medieval times, Renaissance and many contemporary architectural achievements such as the first sea organs in the world.

Riva, promenade of Split, Croatia, photo by Croatian Attractions

Split is already 17 centuries old, dating to the time the Roman Emperor Diocletian decided to build his Palace right on the peninsula near the great Roman city Salona, where he wanted to spend the last years of his life.

Riva, promenade of Split, Croatia, photo by Croatian Attractions
Zagorje County, panorama, Croatia photo by Croatian Attractions

The Krapina-Zagorje County comprises north-western part of Republic of Croatia, the northern part of Krapina-Zagorje County borders on Slovenia, its eastern part on Varaždin County, wheras its “forhead” leans against the Zagreb County.

VARAZDIN CASTEL

The richness of the religious heritage tells another story about Varaždin as a city of bell towers which its inhabitants have strived for centuries to build.

VARAZDIN CASTEL
Opatija Slatina

Opatija is elegant tourist destination that lies at the center of the Riviera with the longest tradition of tourism in Croatia. The very attractive geographic position, enabling its warm seas to be quickly reached from many cities in Central Europe (only about 500 km from Milan, Vienna and Munich).

Bol beach, Golden horn, Brač island, Croatia, Photo by Oliver (kvadratna) Sjöström on Unsplash

Island Brač was called – brenthos (deer) in Illyrian, Greeks called it Elaphusa and Bretanide which comes from the word elaphos – deer. Roman historian Polybius called it Bretia, and from the 4th century dates the Bractia, the most similar to todays Brač.

Bol beach, Golden horn, Brač island, Croatia, Photo by Oliver (kvadratna) Sjöström on Unsplash
Croatia2go NIna Bogdan Hvar

From the Greek collonisation was an important strategic and nautical centre and today it is considered one of the most beautiful islands in the world, with plenty of sun, as untouched nature, fragrances of lavender, olives and wine.

Solin, Croatia, photo by Matko M. Švarc

The ancient town of Salona was built in the 4th century B.C. and was the port of the Illyrian Delmati tribe, where the Greeks and Romans lived. In the 48th year B.C., Julius Caesar proclaimed Salona the centar of the Roman province of Dalmatia.

Solin, Croatia, photo by Matko M. Švarc

In the paradise of water, fields and stone rises Sinj and its rich culture and old tradition. Sinjska alka is the traditional knight’s pageant, in honour of the conquest over the Ottomans in 1715. The event takes place on the first Sunday in August.

Trogir, Croatia, Boytronic Photography

The old town core has been formed between the 13th and 15th century inside defense walls that were restored by Venice in the 15th century. They also added two forts that are still preserved: Castle Kamerlengo and the Tower of Saint Marc.

Trogir, Croatia, Boytronic Photography