Krka Waterfalls & Split City tour SAVE € 5

€ 49 per person / Krka Waterfalls and Split City Tour – Combo Saver!

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Tour description

If you’re someone who likes to pack in as much as you can in your travels, you’ll want to keep reading – our combo tours are the perfect choice for you. This is your chance to explore the spectacular Krka National Park and its famous waterfalls, the ancient streets of the UNESCO-protected town of Trogir AND delve into the depths of Diocletian’s Palace in the Dalmatian capital of Split.

What more could you want?


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Krka Waterfalls and Split City Tour

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€ 49


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ADDRESS: Obala Lazareta 3, 21000 Split

Krka Waterfalls tour

Ticket Price: € 40

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Begin by uncovering the magic of Trogir, one of Croatia’s prized UNESCO World Heritage Sites, where you’ll cruise its ancient alleyways and marvel at its striking architecture. After absorbing a bit of history, you’ll delve into the captivating natural world of Krka National Park.

Useful tips

Let the wooden footpaths guide you through this unique natural wonder – but be sure to wear comfortable shoes so you can enjoy it to the fullest. If you’re taking the tour in the summer, keep your SPF, hat, and sunglasses handy.

What to bring with you

Because the highlight of Krka is certainly the Skradinski buk waterfall, come prepared with a swimsuit, towel, and water shoes. A water bottle to refresh from the already refreshing water is a smart move to keep you hydrated.

Split City Tour

Ticket Price: € 14

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Our local guide will reveal the secrets that lie within yet another UNESCO gem – Diocletian’s Palace. Uncover why the old town is the heartbeat of this thriving city and enjoy walking through its charming stone streets as around every corner there is a sight worth seeing.

Useful tips

We’ll do a bit of walking on this tour, so a pair of comfortable shoes is definitely the right choice. And don’t be afraid to strut your sunglasses as the Split locals do!

What to bring with you

Since you’ll need to quench your thirst on these hot summer days, keep a cool water bottle close. We’d also encourage you wearing a hat and loading up on SPF to ensure your tour is as comfortable as can be.