Explore all of the highlights of a classical tour of Zadar with an interesting twist: “Communism”.
Learn all about the rich history of Zadar from Roman, through Medieval all the way up to Tito’s time, including Yugoslavian communism, Self-Management and so much more.
Explore the old town of Zadar with your local guide, as they share fascinating stories about the historical monuments of this town, while at the same time discussing everyday life of a local and enjoying the modern wonders such as the Greeting to the Sun and the Sea Organ.
A unique tour that gives you an insight into communist Yugoslavia as well as a tour of the ancient Roman Palace of Diocletian.Not only will you learn about the amazing 1700 year long history of this Roman palace, which is a UNESCO world heritage site, but you will also learn about Titoism, Communism and Brutalism, both in architecture and in every day life.
This stunning gallery will leave you breathless from its immaculate architecture to the splendid story of Croatia's most famous sculptor, Ivan Meštrović. Our guide will make the scupltures come to life and as you explore the raw emotion embodied in the bronze, marble and wood, you will not help but wonder, how come Meštrović is not more famous around the globe.
This tour encompasses both the Roman part of our history, as well as the glory days of the Pirates of Omiš. We will take you for a drive along the beautiful Dalmatian coast to the ex-pirate settlement of Omiš. After a tour of Omis and a bit of free time we embark on little boats and ride down the Cetina canyon to Radman mills where we will learn about our village life and traditions, while enjoying a typical snack. The journey back takes us through the picturesque Dalmatian countryside to Split, where we will visit the unique Diocletian palace, the only Roman palace in the world, which is still inhabited.