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Double the Adventure:
Explore Croatia and Italy

Discover the best of both worlds with a magical journey through Croatia and Italy!

Picture yourself wandering through ancient streets steeped in history, savoring
mouth-watering cuisine, and soaking up the warm hospitality of the locals. If Croatia and Italy are calling your name, you're in the right place to plan your dream getaway.

Whether you're embarking on a family fun, a solo adventure, a romantic retreat, or simply exploring Europe's treasures, Croatia and Italy promise an unforgettable experience.

So why wait? Start planning your next unforgettable adventure today!

Experience Croatia: The land of thousand islands

A stunning view over the Old Town and Lokrum islandA stunning view over the Old Town and Lokrum island

Explore the enchanting beauty of Croatia! While many visitors head to the stunning Adriatic coast for its countless islands, pristine beaches, and charming historic cities, don't overlook the fascinating wonders of inland Croatia and the Istrian peninsula with its picturesque hilltop villages and laid-back atmosphere.

Begin your Croatian adventure in the liverly capital of Zagreb and travel all the way south to the unique city of Dubrovnik. Alternatively, start in the bustling hub of Split and use it as your gateway to explore the stunning islands of Brac and Hvar.

A view of Banje beach and Old HarbourA view of Banje beach and Old Harbour

With countless options for exploration and activities, from sailing excursions, adventure trips to wine tasting, you will be spoilt for choice on your holiday!

On these pages, you'll uncover the best travel options, whether you're seeking the cheapest bus or the quickest ferry between Split and Dubrovnik or planning your route from Zagreb to Split.

Flying in from Rome or arriving via Vienna? We've got you covered with tips on the most affordable flights and travel routes.

A view of Elaphite islands from the planeA view of Elaphite islands from the plane
Spending a day on Lopud islandSpending a day on Lopud island

For sea lovers, we've put together a comprehensive list of ferries connecting Italy and Croatia, making your journey straightforward and stress-free.

And for those making their way to Dubrovnik, our helpful guide offers everything you need to know, from transportation options to recommended accommodations and must-see day trips.

Be sure not to miss the chance to walk the iconic City walls of Dubrovnik or take a scenic
cable car ride
to the top of Mount Srdj for panoramic views of the city and surrounding islands.

Rector's Palace in DubrovnikRector's Palace in Dubrovnik
Stradun, the main street of Dubrovnik's Old TownStradun, the main street of Dubrovnik's Old Town

And when it's time to unwind, we recommend indulging in the pristine beaches and crystal-clear waters, perhaps even venturing to Lokrum island for a tranquil
escape from the hustle and bustle of the Old Town.

Traveling with little ones? Discover our top recommendations for family-friendly things to do as well as places to stay, along with a suggested itinerary for making the most of your day in Dubrovnik.

Whether you're a seasoned traveller or setting out on your first Croatian journey, we'll be happy to help you create memories that will last a lifetime.

Italian wonders: Plan your perfect Italy trip

The Colosseum in RomeThe Colosseum in Rome

Take a journey to discover the enchanting wonders of Italy, a land bursting with inspiring art, breathtaking architecture, and famed cuisine.

With so much to explore, let us be your guide as you plan your Italian adventure, whether for a short getaway or an long holiday.

Begin your adventure in the eternal city of Rome, where our guide will transform your visit into an unforgettable experience.

Whether you're seeking a romantic hideaway near the Spanish Steps or a cozy apartment in the lively district of Trastevere, full of local charm, we've got you covered.

Fontana di Trevi in RomeFontana di Trevi in Rome

We have a tailored list of must-see sights in Rome, from the iconic Colosseum to Michelangelo's awe-inspiring Sistine Chapel, the famous Spanish Steps and the Trevi Fountain.

Zip through the city streets on a Vespa scooter, stroll through lush green parks, indulge in the latest fashion, or savour delicious dishes at local trattorias.

Consider joining a food tour or even a pasta-making class for an authentic taste of Roman cuisine. With our insider tips, you'll make the most of your time in the Eternal City while staying within budget.

The Palazzo Vecchio CourtyardThe courtyard of Palazzo Vecchio in Florence

Don't skip travelling to the Tuscan jewel of Florence, where Renaissance palaces, world-class museums, and artisanal shops await.

You'll love exploring Florence's sights, such as the Duomo or Palazzo Vecchio and spend your time on lively squares, which looks like open-air museums (our favourite one is Piazza della Signoria).

The art lovers shouldn't skip the Uffizi Gallery and the Academia Gallery, as well as smaller museums such as Bargello Museum. Visit one of many beautiful churches, for a quiet and peaceful sightseeing.

In the evening, take a stroll down the Arno River and cross one of bridges to reach Oltrarno, dotted with artisanal shops, trendy eateries and plenty of people-watching spots.

Our guide will help you to discover the best attractions and culinary delights Florence has to offer (we picked top foodie tours and cooking classes for you).

Don't forget to sneak a peek at one of markets (we love Sant'Ambrogio and San Lorenzo markets) and feast your eyes on amazing food produce (a piece of cheese or quality salami could be a great edible souvenir).

If visiting Florence from Rome, see how to do that best way (including train travel tips). 

We have a perfect 3-day Florence itinerary with sightseeing tips, the most affordable tickets and tours, best places to eat and staying options.

Charming Florence's streetCharming Florence's street

Did you know that Italy's extensive train network offers a convenient and efficient way to travel?

Go from Rome to Florence in just 1.5 hours or from Milan to Rome in a mere 3 hours. Find out the most popular train routes in Italy in our useful guide and book the cheapest train tickets online.

Ponte Vecchio in FlorencePonte Vecchio in Florence

Looking to extend your trip beyond Italy's borders? Discover the ease of
traveling from Italy to Croatia with our comprehensive guide.

Find out how to fly from Rome to Dubrovnik, catch a car ferry from Ancona port to Split, or take a scenic bus journey from Venice to Zagreb.

With numerous flight and ferry options, your Croatian escapade is just a hop, skip, and a jump away.