Croatia Cultural Tours

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AD1 The Adriatic Tour

17 days from Ljubljana to Dubrovnik

We travel through the magnificent scenery of Slovenia, where we spend time exploring centuries-old churches and castles, gazing at idyllic lakes and…

CRMA Adriatic & Mediterranean 'cruise & Tour'

17 days from Tirana to Nice

In 2009, Adventures Abroad acquired Roseway Travel to expand the range of destinations and travel styles that we are able to offer. Founded 36 years…

BK1 Balkan Explorer Tour

19 days from Belgrade to Sarajevo

This is a a very special tour designed by one of our senior Tour Leaders. We will visit seven Balkan countries in this 19-day adventure: Serbia,…

AD4 Italy & The Adriatic Tour

24 days from Florence to Dubrovnik

As one of the most atmospheric and striking cities in Italy, Florence is as rich in history and culture as it is in spirit and attraction. Famous as…

AD6 The Adriatic, Albania & Macedonia Tour

30 days from Ljubljana to Skopje

We begin in Slovenia, past glacial lakes, lush green valleys and majestic mountain ranges, and venture through culturally fascinating small towns…




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Nestled in southeastern Europe and bordering Slovenia to the north, Bosnia and Herzegovina to the south, Serbia and Montenegro and Hungary to the east and the shimmering waters of the Adriatic Sea to the west, Croatia is a land with a bleak history and a bright future.

Its beginnings lie in the seventh century when Croats settled in the area, but it wasn't until 1992 that the nation gained its independence. In the interim, the country that is now known as Croatia was ravaged with wars and spent a large potion of the thirteen centuries either under siege from or on the offensive against foreign armies. This trend continued up to the recent past, when in the 1990s Croatians were at odds with Serbians, though for a country with so tumultuous a history, and moreover a torrid history whose latest troubles lie in the so recent past, the Croatia of today bears little resemblance to the devastated nation that one might expect.

In actual fact, Croatia is on the verge of experiencing something of a boom in terms of tourism, as ever more people are becoming increasingly aware of the bounties the country has to offer — its natural wonder, cultural uniqueness and welcoming people—and many hold that one of the most alluring features of the destination is that it remains as yet relatively unknown and hence un-corrupted.