Cutting-edge artwork, traditional stonemasonry, hilltop fortresses, tucked-away monasteries, Roman ruins, and Renaissance palaces––Croatia has it all. On this visually inspiring journey, we’ll discover Croatia’s rich history and culture through its eclectic and innovative art and architecture. Traveling from Zagreb to the Dalmatian Coast, we’ll meet local artists and artisans, revel in haunting melodies created by the Sea Organ, explore the tucked-away corners of Diocletian’s Palace, visit the former seaside home of sculptor Ivan Meštrović, and stay in a Renaissance-era palace or two. We’ll also taste delicious local cheeses, olive oils, and other delicacies as we experience island life on the Adriatic. Each night, we’ll retire to atmospheric accommodations replete with architectural details that hint at a bygone era. This trip is offered by Atlas Obscura. Once you've reserved your spot, our team will be in touch to help you prepare for the trip. This trip is limited to 12 travelers.
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I'm your Atlas Obscura Trip Coordinator. Since 2016, Atlas Obscura has been offering unusual trips to the world’s most extraordinary places. Our itineraries are developed in close collaboration with the locals and insiders who host them—our global community of explorers, artists, researchers, and experts who grant us access to unique places and amazing experiences. Elaine Ritchel will be leading your trip. Elaine is a museum geek and aesthete who fell in love with Croatia while couchsurfing across the country. After completing thesis research on Croatian sculptor Ivan Meštrović, she moved to Zagreb and spent years visiting studios, writing about Croatian artists, and secretly baking cookies for a local cafe. Though Elaine now lives in Santa Fe where she runs art tours, she regularly returns to her favorite seaside villages of Croatia.
線上雜誌和旅遊公司Atlas Obscura旨在激發大家對所處世界的好奇心， 並為大家介紹鮮為人知的秘境、不可思議的歷史、自然奇景和美食聖地。 此外，Atlas Obscura也在全球各地舉辦和精心規劃各種非凡旅程和體驗。
9 早餐, 4 晚餐, 3 午餐, 點心
水, 茶, 咖啡, 葡萄酒, 啤酒
1趟渡輪遊, 1趟巴士遊, 1趟船遊
After meeting in the heart of Zagreb, we'll spend ten days exploring some of the most artistically and architecturally fascinating parts of the country—making our way to Zadar, Šibenik, Split, Brač, and Pučišća before looping back to Zagreb.
參加者須年滿18歲。 The total cost of this trip is $4,835. For those traveling solo, single accommodations can be provided, subject to availability, at an additional cost of $1,125. Please contact us to request a single room. Travelers should feel comfortable…
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