Music & Concert Tour To Croatia
Enjoy the authentic culture of the beautiful Istrian peninsula and perform in its charming historic towns.
Boat trip to the beautiful island of Krk
The otherworldly cave system of Postojna
The lively yet laid back city of Pula
Porec’s Roman, Byzantine and Venetian treasures
*Excursion fees may not be included in this tour – please contact us to learn more.
The largest city in Istria, Pula has the best restaurants and cultural activity on the peninsula, but retains a laid-back charm. Students will find a wealth of Roman ruins to explore. Pula’s most famous attraction is the well-preserved Roman Amphitheatre, the Arena, built during the 1st century AD. Nowadays it is used as a dramatic venue for concerts and outdoor events.
The largest island in the Adriatic is a natural haven with rare plants and birds and a temperate climate. Students can enjoy a visit to the village of Vrbnik to see the world’s narrowest street and take a tour of a wine cellar to learn about the famous Zlahtina wine.
Tip: Krk enjoys an average of 2,500 hours of sun every year.
This charming and popular harbour town on the Istrian Riviera boasts beautiful beaches and pine forests, as well as historical treasures from its time under the Romans, Byzantines and Venetians. It is home to the Basilica of Euphrasius, a designated World Heritage Site. The elaborately decorated church is a stunning venue for classical music concerts.
This pretty coastal town has been inhabited since prehistoric times and the car-free old town is as quaintly archaic as the narrow streets of Venice. Inland there are lush forests, while the coast is dotted with picturesque bays, creeks and capes.
Tip: The national park south of the harbour is a great place to take pictures of the old town.
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