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Groznjan

Groznjan

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Aquapark Istralandia Entrance Tickets

Aquapark Istralandia Entrance Tickets

The waterpark is situated in the wooded hinterland of Novigrad. When you arrive at the park you will find a big parking area where a person in charge will help you to find the best place to park your car. When your car is safely parked, you are ready to pick your stuff and go to the entrance to exchange your vouchers for valid tickets. When you finally entered the magical water world, you will see a little souvenir shop where you can buy anything you need: from souvenirs to food or something you forgot to bring along. To keep your stuff safe, there are available lockers on additional charge. Now your summer adventure can start - enjoy numerous water slides or relax in the pools with your friends and family. If you want you can also rent a sunbed and beach umbrellas or simply enjoy on a large green area beneath the natural shade of trees. Don't forget, if you are hungry, thirsty or you need just to recharge your batteries there are many gastro facilities with an abundant amount of healthy meals, fish, pasta, salads, different kind of sweets, ice cream, fruit, and refreshing drinks.

From Rovinj: Istria in 1 Day Tour with Truffle tasting

From Rovinj: Istria in 1 Day Tour with Truffle tasting

Discover the wonders of Istria County on this multi-stop, guided tour from your choice of meeting point in Rovinj. Blend into local life as you explore the towns of Poreč, Grožnjan, and the famous Motovun. Enjoy a tasting of the local culinary specialty truffles. The first stop is in Poreč. Here, you can see golden early-Christian mosaics at the Euphresian Basilica, a UNESCO World Heritage site (not included). After a walking tour of Poreč, head to Grožnjan, a village that was abandoned entirely after World War II and has since been revitalized with the help of artists from all around Yugoslavia. Romantic stone-cobbled alleys and colorful workshops around every corner make the tiny town of Grožnjan a must-see location in Istria. Afterward, continue to Motovun, the mightiest hilltop town in Istria. Once in Motovun, try the most expensive mushroom in the world during a truffle product tasting. Walk the panoramic city walls (not included) and admire Istria in all of its glory. You'll return to Rovinj in the late afternoon.

Istria: Guided Tour of Inner Istria with Food Tasting

Istria: Guided Tour of Inner Istria with Food Tasting

Discover some of Istria's most spectacular landscapes and idyllic locations on a guided tour of the peninsula. Travel in the comfort of an air-conditioned vehicle and learn about Istria's history from your knowledgeable guide. Start your day with a convenient pickup from a range of locations and get ready to see the best of what Istria has to offer. Your first stop, Lim Fjord on the western coast of Istria. Stop to take photos and capture the beauty of this striking landscape before moving on to your next destination, Groznjan. Join your driver and guide on a walking tour of this small medieval jewel known as the artist village. See the old town and wander down the romantic alleys lined with rustic cafes and konobas, the Dalmatian word for taverns. Hop back into your vehicle and head to Motovun, a scenic hilltop town dominated by Gothic and Romanesque architecture. Enjoy a tasting of some local products before joining your guide on a walking tour of the town and the ancient city walls. Make the most of some free time after the tour and sit down for lunch at one of the local restaurants. The Motovun forest is packed with truffles, making this town one of the best places to get your truffle fix. The last stop on your tour of the Istrian Peninsula is Pazin, where you'll visit the Pazin Abyss, an extraordinary natural attraction that has been declared a protected area. Enjoy a short stop here before heading back to your original starting point.

From Pula/Medulin: Istria in 1 Day Tour with Truffle tasting

From Pula/Medulin: Istria in 1 Day Tour with Truffle tasting

Discover the wonders of Istria County on this multi-stop, guided tour from your choice of meeting point in Rovinj. Blend into local life as you explore the towns of Poreč, Grožnjan, and the famous Motovun. Enjoy a tasting of the local culinary specialty truffles. The first stop is in Poreč. Here, you can see golden early-Christian mosaics at the Euphresian Basilica, a UNESCO World Heritage site (not included). After a walking tour of Poreč, head to Grožnjan, a village that was abandoned entirely after World War II and has since been revitalized with the help of artists from all around Yugoslavia. Romantic stone-cobbled alleys and colorful workshops around every corner make the tiny town of Grožnjan a must-see location in Istria. Afterward, continue to Motovun, the mightiest hilltop town in Istria. Once in Motovun, try the most expensive mushroom in the world during a truffle product tasting. Walk the panoramic city walls (not included) and admire Istria in all of its glory. You'll return to Rovinj in the late afternoon.

Trieste: Flavors of Istria Tour to Hum, Grožnjan, & Motovun

Trieste: Flavors of Istria Tour to Hum, Grožnjan, & Motovun

Istria, a wonderful peninsula that lies near the clear blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea, is famous for its coastal sights and its vibrant green inland vegetation, with numerous cultural-historic attractions and memorable natural vistas viewed from village hilltops. Additionally, it is a treasure trove of culinary delights. Istrian cuisine is a reflection of the climatic, geographical, and historical wonders of the area, combining multiple local culinary traditions based on olive oil, seafood, seasonal vegetables, aromatic spices, and indigenous plants. Hidden beneath your Istrian host’s smile is an on-going invitation to taste and discover the real features of this idyllic coastal land. It’s the environmental beauty and living history that draws you in; along with the diligent craftsmanship witnessed in every stone. During your tour you will visit 3 famous Istrian villages: Hum, the smallest town in the world; Motovun, the most famous medieval town of Istria; and Grožnjan, the town of artists and music, where you will taste local liquors, wines, cheeses, truffle products, and marmalades.

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What people are saying about Groznjan

Overall rating

4.5
(187 reviews)

A very nice one-day trip. Perfect for the beginning of a trip around Istria. The tourist guide will perform his role perfectly thanks to his excellent knowledge. It will introduce you to the historical background of the region, which will allow you to understand the diversity of Istria, all the while maintaining your curiosity. The trip wasn't too long, we didn't spend too much time in the car, enough time for lunch or coffee at these few stops. I definitely recommend it.

We had the most amazing day! Dennis was an excellent guide and driver and all around good sort who told us many interesting facts and stories. Of the places we visited today, we thought Groznjan was the best. Groznjan is such a charming little town and the lunch spot chosen by Dennis was superb. We had a great time getting to know the other travellers on the tour and exploring Istria with Dennis.

Nice comfortable vehicle. Very clean. Excellent communication skills from the guide. Very efficient guide as well. He knew how to help and gave excellent information. The trip was excellent and memorable.

Denis, the tour guide was absolutely fantastic. The agency were remiss in letting the driver know that we needed to be picked up.

Beautiful excursion in the istrian entrotterra with great guide Denis and spectacular scenery of stunning nature!