From charming, traditional and boutique hotels to luxury 5-star hotels. All carefully selected to fit your budget!
Wine and food tasting, private dinners and events, superb local restaurants serving authentic dishes and much more! Or, do you prefer some home hosted dinner. Mingling with the locals?
Private transfers, car rental, boat transfers, assistance with ferries, English speaking staff…
Meet the locals, join vineyard harvests, meet local winemakers, enjoy local traditions and fiestas. cooking classes, private hiking and outdoor experiences, unique experiences in entire Croatia…
Passports are required by all United States citizens to visit Europe. If you are a citizen of a country other than the United States please contact your embassy for documentation requirements to leave and reenter the United States. Please make two copies of your passport. One to leave at home and one bring on the trip.
Bring enough currency to cover your first couple of days in Europe. You will find the best exchange rate typically by using your credit or debit card.
ATM’s can be found most everywhere.
Credit cards are widely accepted with Visa and MasterCard most commonly so. We strongly recommend contacting your bank and credit card companies regarding their fees for international purchases and to notify them that you will be using your card(s) in Europe.
You can buy adaptor plugs and converters at Wal-Mart, Target, or online. Some appliances have a voltage switch from 120V to 240V thus you will just need the plug adaptor.
Most of the Croatians speak at least some English. Many of them speak good English. So, you will have no problem to find any information, wherever you are in Croatia (or in Slovenia).
While we do not book airfare for our clients we are happy to assist in finding the best flight options for your trip.
At DestinaTour, we believe that the journey and level of service is every bit as important as the destination you visit.