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Krasna je zemlja ta Istra. Posvuda mješavina mediteranskog i kontinentalnog. Zato ne oklijevajte i upoznajte taj jedinstveni krajolik vrhunske kreacije.
Srednjovjekovni istarski gradići, razasuti po obalama i brežuljcima zelene i plave Istre kao da su slišli sa umjetničkog platna.

Na našem putovanju, upoznat ćete Istru i sav sjaj njenih raznolikosti, od Pule, Rovinja i Poreča, preko Grožnjana, Motovuna i Huma sve do Pazina u srcu zelene Istre. Ispričat ćemo vam priču o naslijeđima Venecije, o duhu i veličini austrijskog imperija ali i otkriti vam tisućljetne tajne iz antičkih vremena.

Budite znatiželjni i zavirite kroz portune, razgledajte grbove i palače, uđite u crkvice i šetnja kamenim uličicama pretvorit će se u čarobno putovanje koje ne smijete propustiti.

Cijena putovanja uključuje:

  • 5 days with 4 overnights and breakfast included
  • Accommodation in charming BB’s and small boutique hotels
  • Services of the professional and experienced English speaking guide/driver
  • Entrance tickets for all major sights
  • Sightseeing according to the itinerary
  • Truffle hunt in Motovun forrest
  • 3 lunches in the traditional Istrian taverns
  • 2 visits to the local Istrian vinery and degustation some of the best Istrian vines (Malvazija, Teran...)
  • Olive oil tasting at the family owned olive farm
  • Podijeli:
  • Cijena: od 1535 €
  • Trajanje: 5 dana
  • Polazak: prema dogovoru
  • Veličina grupe: 2 - 6 osoba
  • Prikaži rutu na karti
  • Aktivnosti:
    • Razgledavanje
    • Šetanje

Day 1 ZAGREB – OPATIJA – HUM – ROČ – MOTOVUN

Our Istrian Odyssey begins from Zagreb, where your ZagrebTours guide will meet you at you hotel. Driving through the country side of Zagreb and Karlovac county and the mountain region of Croatian highlands, you will be introduced to the history and everyday life of Croatia and Istria. Our first stop will be Opatija - the Queen of Adriatic, where we’ll take a stroll along the famous Lungo Mare promenade with many old villas, splendid parks and gardens. Overlooking the gulf of Kvarner, Opatija was the holiday hotspot for the nobles of the Habsburg Empire and still attracting many visitors from all over the World. We continue our journey through the green hills of Istria where we’ll visit fortified hilltop towns Hum (the smallest town in the World) and Roč (the glagolitic capital). Once important centers of Istrian identity and cradles of oldest Croatia alphabet - glagolitic script and today, peaceful and sleepy oasis which are keeping secrets of the long forgotten times. We will take you for a lunch in one of Istrian taverns where you will be able to try some of the most famous specialties from the region: truffles, pljukanci - homemade pasta, venison stew, ombolo – smoked pork, Istrian ham and cheese, kroštule and many others. We are ending this day in Motovun – the protector of the Valley. The most picturesque of all hilltop towns, overlooking the Mirna Valley, will welcome us for the first night on our tour. Overnight in Motovun district.

Day 2 Truffle hunt in MOTOVUN FOREST – GROŽNJAN – BRTONIGLA/BUJE

After breakfast, we’ll take you hunting; truffle hunting. The black and white gold of Istria; the white truffle– tuber magnatum and the black truffle – tuber melanosporum are definitely a trademark of the region. Accompanied by our local friends and their specially trained truffle dogs we’ll dig into the Motovun forest and try to find our lunch for today. After a successful hunt, we will enjoy the hospitality of the local family and enjoy this delicacy together with other delicious Istrian meals. Of course, we won’t miss a chance to try some of the famous Istrian wines and authentic sorts malvazija (white) and teran (red).   Later in the afternoon, we continue our journey to the hilltop town of Grožnjan – the town of artists. Strolling through the narrow, cobbled stone alleys you will have the chance to peek into some of 64 different art galleries in this little town. In the evening we are arriving into Brtonigla and Buje district where we will check into our hotel and spend a relaxing night in the peaceful environment of the hills of Istria. 

Day 3 POREČ – LIM BAY – ROVINJ

Breakfast. Today we are going to enjoy the beauty and visit the monuments of old coastal towns Poreč and Rovinj. We will visit the Euphrasian Basilica, the early Christian basilica from 6th Century and the symbol of Poreč under UNESCO protection, peek into the hidden nooks and crannies of the stone streets and city walls. On the way out from Poreč will try to discover the secret of the Istrian Stonehenge – ancient shrine place from the Bronze Age. On our way to Rovinj, we’ll visit one of the family owned vineries, try some of the best Istrian wines and here the stories about local wine production. We’ll also stop at Lim Bay, a place where the ships were hiding from the bed weather in ancient times and today the Bay is one of the Istrian natural beauties and a place known for good seafood – fish, mussels and oysters. We will try those fruits of the sea depths in a pleasant atmosphere of the Lim channel. In the evening, we arrive to Rovinj – a romantic coastal town and the old fishermen port. You can relax this evening, strolling along the old town. Enjoy the famous sunset of Rovinj peninsula and we'll tell you the legend of St. Euphemia, explain you what the tabakina from Rovinj is and discover many more secrets of this beautiful town. Overnight in Rovinj.

Day 4 ROVINJ – VODNJAN – PULA – ROVINJ

A day ahead of us is the one with a taste of antiquity. We will visit Pula – the biggest town in Istria and its center since Roman times. We will introduce you to many Roman monuments that will tell us about rich and long history of Pula. We will find out whether the most famous symbol of the city, the amphitheater from the first century and the sixth largest in the world, was actually built because of love. You will hear the story how this great ancient city became the city of poor and misery in the Middle Ages and then again started to shine in the 19th century when it became the main Austrian naval base and a major shipbuilding center. We will also have lunch in one of the Taverns near Pula. Later on we’ll visit one of the family owned olive farms in the region and trying the liquid gold, we’ll have a chance to understand why Istrian olive oils are among the best ones in the World. On our way back to Rovinj, we’ll stop in Vodnjan – a home of the mummies of Vodnjan. Remains and body parts of different saints, miraculously preserved, rest inside the town’s parish church of St. Blaise. In the evening you will have leisure time to enjoy our last night in Rovinj at your own pace. Overnight in Rovinj.

Day 5 ROVINJ – BERAM – PAZIN – ZAGREB

Today we are saying good bye to Istria. We are driving back to the continental part of Croatia and Zagreb along the roads of Green. On our way back we’ll visit a little town of Beram – one of the places with the longest continuous settlement in Istria. At the Beram cemetery we will visit the Saint Mary of Škriljinah church famous for one of the most valuable works of the Istrian medieval painting, with its famous fresco "Dance of the Dead," which sends us a message: Memento mori ... We will also follow, the footsteps of Jules Verne towards the town of Pazin in the heart of Istria. We will visit the Pazin Castle above the Pazin Cave, which is a place where famous Dante Aligheri found his inspiration for the entry into hell in his Divine Comedy. He wrote "Abandon all hope, ye who enter here". Arrival in Zagreb is expected in the evening. After five wonderful days and exploring Istria, the time has come to say good bye. Your guide will drop you off at your hotel in Zagreb and we wish you a great rest of your trip.

  • Podijeli:
  • Cijena: od 1535 €
  • Trajanje: 5 dana
  • Polazak: prema dogovoru
  • Veličina grupe: 2 - 6 osoba
  • Prikaži rutu na karti
  • Aktivnosti:
    • Razgledavanje
    • Šetanje

Zagreb

Zagreb

Zagreb ima bogatu kulturnu baštinu koja datira od pretpovijesnog doba. Prvi ljudi su stanovali na poručuju Zagreba u kamenom dobu oko 35000 prije Krista. Današnji Zagreb nastao je iz dva naselja Gradec i Kaptol. Kaptol se razvijao kao duhovno središte, gdje su svećenici dobivali zemlju i gdje su gradili kurije. Nešto kasnije od Kaptola, nastao je Gradec na zapadnoj strani potoka Medveščak. U 13. stoljeću kralj Bela IV, kako bi se zahvalio za sklonište i da ojača obranu zemlje, dao je stanovnicima Gradeca Zlatnu bulu. Zlatna bula je bila povlastica koja isključuje Gradec od guvernerovih pravila, a obvezuje ga samo na kraljevoj vojsci. Grad Zagreb, sa svojim kulturno-povijesnom naslijeđu i značaju, jedan je od najvitalnijih gradova u Europi.

Rovinj

Rovinj

Rovinj se nalazi se na zapadnoj obali poluotoka Istre i jedan je od ljepših destinacija na Jadranu. Okolica današnjeg Rovinja je bila nastanjena već u prapovijesnom razdoblju - brončanom i željeznom dobu, u vrijeme kada je u Istri cvjetala kultura Histria koji su tu živjeli i trgovali sa Grcima i Etrušćanima. Otkako je u ranu zoru 13. srpnja 800. godine do rovinjske obale čudesno doplovio mramorni sarkofag s tijelom svete Eufemije, Rovinj je postao povezan s ovom mučenicom čija je crkva danas simbol grada. U 18. stoljeću sagrađena je Crkva Sv. Eufemije i to prema nacrtima mletačkog arhitekta Giovannija Dozzija. Rovinj je grad koji nikad nećete zaboraviti.

Opatija

Opatija

Opatija je turistički gradić, na istočnoj obali istarskog poluotoka podno planine i parka prirode Učka. Jedan je od prvih gradova u Hrvatskoj u kojem se razvio turizam. Impresivno uređeni parkovi  i vrtovi, duga šetališta uz more, živopisne stoljećima stare austro-ugarske vile, prekrasne plaže i topla klima razlozi su zašto turisti već stoljećima dolaze u Opatiju i to tijekom cijele godine. Austrijski car Franjo Josip provodio je po nekoliko mjeseci u Opatiji za vrijeme zime, upravo zbog nevjerojatno blage opatijske miro klime. Opatija je poznata po skulpturi Djevojka s galebom koja se nalazi na rtu pored umjetničkog paviljona Juraja Šporera i koja je postala jedan od simbola grada.

Hum

Hum

Hum je prema Guinnessovoj knjizi rekorda najmanji grad na svijetu, ima 23 stanovnika i smješten je na istarskom poluotoku. Unutar gradskih bedema su dvije male ulice u kojima su crkva Marijinog Uznesenja iz 1802. godine i romanička crkva svetog Jeronima iz 12. stoljeća. Ovaj je srednjovjekovni gradić poznat je i po svojoj Aleji glagoljaša gdje se mogu naći spomenici o počecima hrvatske pismenosti. Vrata grad Huma, kroz koja se i ulazi u Hum, jedno je od obilježja spomenute Aleje. Ako se nađete u Humu nemojte propustiti domaću rakiju od meda.

Motovun

Motovun

Motovun je najbolje očuvana srednjovjekovna istarska utvrda, koja se nalazi na vrhu vrlo strmog brežuljka u podnožju kojeg teče rijeka Mirna. Ime grada je keltskog porijekla, nastalo od riječi Montona što znači grad u gori. Gradić je sagrađen između 14. i 17. stoljeća i tipičan je predstavnik venecijanske kolonijalne arhitekture. U Hrvatskoj je najpoznatiji po organizaciji Motovunskog filmskog festivala, koji se održava krajem srpnja svake godine.   

 

Pula

Pula

Pula je najveći grad i administrativni centar Istre još od rimskog doba, smješten na jugozapadnom području istarskog poluotoka. Ima dugačku tradiciju vinarstva, ribarstva, brodogradnje, turizma i tranzitne luke. Poznata su nalazišta još od neolitika (6000-2000 godine prije Krista), a najpoznatije znamenitosti koje ne smijete propustiti su: Arena – šesti po veličini rimski amfiteatar u svijetu; Slavoluk Sergijevaca, Hram Rome i Augusta iz 1. stoljeća; Dvojna vrata; Herkulova vrata; Augustinski Forum; malo rimsko kazalište; bizantinska kapelica Sv. Marije Formose; te  samostan i crkva sv. Franje.

  • Podijeli:
  • Cijena: od 1535 €
  • Trajanje: 5 dana
  • Polazak: prema dogovoru
  • Veličina grupe: 2 - 6 osoba
  • Prikaži rutu na karti
  • Aktivnosti:
    • Razgledavanje
    • Šetanje

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Ukoliko želite prilagoditi svoju turu po Hrvatskoj (npr. obići druga mjesta, produžiti ostanak), slobodno nam se javite na igor@zagrebtours.com kako bismo izradili ponudu koja odgovara vašim zahtjevima.

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  • Podijeli:
  • Cijena: od 1535 €
  • Trajanje: 5 dana
  • Polazak: prema dogovoru
  • Veličina grupe: 2 - 6 osoba
  • Prikaži rutu na karti
  • Aktivnosti:
    • Razgledavanje
    • Šetanje
Ann C
USA, TX
24.08.2011

Hiring a driver and car to visit a new country was not new for me, but going alone was. So I was understandably cautious about going solo with a driver for 3 days in northern Croatia. I wanted to see Zagreb, Rovinj, and the Plitvice Lakes National Park as well as have a short stop in Piran, Slovenia. Through the company Zagreb Tours , I contacted Davor Miskic who co-founded the company and helped me (via email) choose an itinerary that would include these stops.
When I finally met Davor at the Zagreb airport, after missing my connecting flight, I knew he was a good choice for me. He was very understanding about the later flight and we tweaked the itinerary before setting off the next morning. Neither of us liked early morning starts, so we agreed on the latest departure times. The drive from Zagreb to the Istrian peninsula took only a few hours and Davor was very familar with the sights and routes, stopping to show me special places along the way. He walked with me in Piran and Rovinj, showing me the highlights and offering an arm on steep stairs. He drove the long hours to Plitvice Lakes but the immense tourist crowd destroyed any interest I had in that unique place. We managed to find a few good overlooks and then headed back to Zagreb. He spent an entire day showing me his hometown and I enjoyed a free evening on my own, eating at a street bakery and listening to a dance festival in the central square of Zagreb.
My solo visit to northern Croatia was very enjoyable, thanks to the services of Davor and Zagreb Tours.

Ann

 
Eva
Deutschland
19.12.2010

Wir haben die Tour geliebt!! Fantastiches Itinerar, super Unterkünfte, die besten Restaurants, sehr guter Reiseführer. So viel Schönheit wäre unmöglich alleine zu entdecken! Besten Dank und bis zum nächsten Mal!

 
Jim Lackner
Ca, USA
15.12.2010

Just wanted you to know what a wonderful trip we had with you in Istria. It was really a pleasure and an adventure seeing all the beautiful places. The truffles, wine and other specialties were just great.
Thank you once again and I hope we'll have the opportunity to see more of Croatia in the future.

Nancy, Lisa & Jim