Wine Tour - Pula, Motovun, Rovinj

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Itinerary - Wine tour - Pula, Motovun, Rovinj 

Day 1: Zagreb
Arrival at Zagreb airport. Meet and greet by your tour guide. Transfer to your hotel and check-in. Sightseeing tour of the Croatian capital. The city tour will give you an insight into two different cities: the modern, urban and the historic and cultural Zagreb. Zagreb is an old city with 900 years of history. We’ll visit the fortified Upper town, the city historical center, St. Mark’s Church, The Gothic cathedral, The Croatian National Theatre. Overnight in Zagreb.

Day 2: Zagreb – Pula
Breakfast. Today we will visit the city of Pula, the biggest in Istria and a cultural and historical hotspot of the region. After lunch we will visit the first winery on this tour and try amazing wines made by the traditions of istrian wine making. After the tasting you will head back to the Pula for our overnight stay.

Day 3: Pula - Svetvinčenat – Porec
After breakfast, we will head to the town of Saint Vincent for a visit to the Grimani Castle and find out more about the amazing history of the place. The next destination of the day will be the village of Gračišće, an old templar hotspot with amazing architecture and stunning views. Afterwards, we’ll continue to Porec, where we will have overnight.

Day 4: Porec - Motovun - Porec
After breakfast, we will have tour of the city of Porec, which is almost 2,000 years old, and is set around a harbour protected from the sea by the small island of Sveti Nikola. After that, we will head to one of the most famous hilltop towns of Istria – Motovun. There you will have time to discover the narrow cobbled streets on your own. You will have wine-tasting after lunch and after that the rest of the day is free. Overnight in Porec.

Day 5: Porec
Breakfast. Day of leisure. We will have the whole day off to recuperate from the amazing wines and food. Explore the city by yourself. Overnight in Porec.

Day 6: Porec – Rovinj
Breakfast. After that we will head to one of the most magical parts of Istria - the town of Grožnjan which is an old hilltop town overtaken by artists of all sorts. It was nearly abandoned a few decades ago, but then it got another chance when artists started pouring in and giving new life to the amazing little town. Wine-tasting. After the tasting we will head to Rovinj for overnight.

Day 7: Rovinj
After breakfast, we will have a tour of the gem of the mediterranean – the city of Rovinj. After the sightseeing we will head to another famous tavern and have an amazing traditional Istrian lunch. After that you will head back to the hotel.
Day 8: Croatia departure
Departure after breakfast. Transfer to the Zagreb airport. End of our services.

Rates for Wine tour - Pula, Motovin, Rovinj 2020

  2 pax  4 pax  6 pax 
3* Hotels  890 euro  580 euro  470 euro
4* Hotels  930 euro 620 euro  510 euro 
5* Hotels  1 040 euro  740 euro  630 euro
What is included in the tour?
Price is per person 
7x nights accommodation
7x breakfast
Private transfers in air-conditioned car with private, English speaking driver
Airport transfer on first and last day
English speaking guide on excursions

What is excluded from the tour?
Entrance fees, drinks and meals.
Offer № 43


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