Walking Tours You Must Try While Having A Gulet Charter Adventure In Croatia

Split City in Croatia is truly worth a visit, there are markets every day and great atmosphere, the old town is very nice and you can stop for a coffee while watching the Croats walking and seeing the Roman walls. The city of Split is huge and gullet charter passengers and usually go there and spend an afternoon to swim or play chess, or hire tour guides and join walking tours.

Below are some of the walking tours that you can avail while on a Gulet Charter Tour Of Croatia.

Split Walking Tour

The guides here are local and give a current view and a non-stereotypical view of what the city is all about. It runs the vicinity of Diocletian’s Palace, a living Roman ruin, and brings a lot of knowledge about the history of the site, but also on the way of life of the Croats and the economic situation of the country. The tour lasts about two hours. It’s nice to know the origin, trivia and history of the attractions and is very easy to learn to walk in the palace after the first time and it is also worth exploring alone.

Private Guides Split Day Tours

Split is a beautiful city and the knowledgeable guides of the Private Guides Split Day Tours are very much aware of how to promote and introduce the city to any curious traveler.  They will advise plenty of places to go out and specialty restaurants. The best guides ever and you will not regret it. Their expertise and comprehensive knowledge is strongly recommended.

Funtastic Split – Day Tours

You can book this day trip through Hvar at Funtastic Split. The staff is very organized and the great VW Beetle Cabriolet, with which we conquered the island until the Map, lunch and tips for the day. The recommended beach is gorgeous and the tour on board the van is a real experience. The lunch is served at a local farm, idyllic and totally romantic! The honey tasting tour is great. The walking tour is absolutely worth all the time and money.

 

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