- Skradinski buk – The longest travertine barrier on the Krka river. One of the most unusual and most beautiful waterfall of the Krka National Park;
- Perfect walking paths for nature lovers made as network of trails and bridges;
- Refreshing at the Krka River near the waterfalls in untouched nature ( in summer time);
- Split : Diocletian’s palace – UNESCO World Heritage sight (4 cent. A.D.), considered to be one of the most imposing Roman ruins on the eastern side of the Adriatic coast;
This specialized tour itinerary hits the top attractios from the port in Trogir. When your cruise ship docks in Trogir, your English speaking guide will wait for you to start the tour. Our tour starts with half an hour drive towards the NP Krka Waterfalls.
Our first stop is the Krka national park which is a delight for all nature lovers. You will visit a part in the place with famous waterfalls, with the main waterfall attraction, Skradinski buk. You will have two hours to explore the fascinating travertine creation of the Krka River. Your guide will lead you through network of trails and small bridges, intriguing excavated sites of the national park which include small water mills transformed into a pretty museum now.
With an hour of free time, you will be able to independently explore this charming creation of nature, it`s flora and fauna. In summer time you will have also the opportunity to refresh in the Krka River just below the biggest waterfall.
After this delight of nature your tour continues with an hour drive towards Split, our second stop.
Split – Diocletian’s Palace is located in the heart of Split and is on UNESCO’S World Heritage list. This palace is one of the largest Roman buildings which is still in use today. You will visit the well preserved cellars of the palace which show the building’s original floor plan and which are supporting the imperial residential areas above. You will be impressed by the Peristyle, which is an inner colonnaded courtyard, where official audiences took place. You will see one of the oldest cathedrals in the world, the Cathedral of St. Duje (Split’s patron Saint), which was originally the mausoleum of the Roman Emperor Diocletian. Today it is called the Cathedral of St. Dominus. You will also see the former temple of Jupiter which is now used as a baptistery. After guided tour of the palace the guide will show you also one part of the old town. Afterwards we return to Trogir port.
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If travelling in a group of more than 8 people, please contact us for an offer.
Price includes: Pick Up and Drop Off (Trogir port), transport with comfortable sedan car or passenger van, entrance tickets to NP Krka, official English speaking tour guide / driver (other languages on request), guided tour of Diocletian palace, road tolls and parking, all taxes and VAT.
Tour features walking over uneven surfaces. Not recommended for passengers with limited mobility. Tour timeline may vary to avoid overcrowding.
In order to be eligible to take this tour your boat must arrive in Split before 9 am and must depart no earlier than 6pm. Unfortunately we are unable to accommodate customers who arrive any later and depart any earlier than this.