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Bribirska Glavica

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Bribirska Glavica

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D56 Bribir, Skradin 22222 Croatia
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Krka Waterfalls Tour & Wine Tasting

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Croatia’s Krka National Park is sometimes sidelined by visitors to Split who want to avoid hiring a car to get there. This tour makes visiting easy, with round-trip transport and a winery tour on top. Ride a boat and enjoy free time to hike, swim near the falls, and have lunch at a park restaurant (own cost). Your day finishes with a tour and wine-tastings at the wine estate.
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airarc92651 wrote a review Oct 2019
Laguna Beach, California24 contributions6 helpful votes
This place is remote, and interesting. About 30-40 mins car ride from Sibenik. Layers of history, pre-Christ, Roman, and all the Slavic peoples, including stuff from the war in the early 1990's. Some refer to it as the most important undeveloped historical site in Europe. The only issue - it has very little if any markings or information, so I would recommend only going here with a guide. We hired a private guide for our visit to Krka Falls, and tied this (and the auto museum in Sibenik) into the trip. The guide was knowledgeable and passionate, and well worth it. If you are just going by yourself, I do not recommend it (walk around and see old walls and stones and graves, etc). BUT - if you go with a guide, hundreds of years of history will be revealed, and you will love it!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Soccca wrote a review Aug 2019
Tolmin, Slovenia1,245 contributions322 helpful votes
Unfortunately, this site is not well-known among tourists, so we found it more or less occasionally on the net when searching for a good place to stop on our way from the seaside toward our home. The complex is huge and impressive. You can actually imagine a whole Roman city here. The mosaics are still very well preserved. Absolutely worth seeing for anyone interested in archaeology.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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ChubbyCat wrote a review Aug 2015
Zagreb, Croatia20 contributions20 helpful votes
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It's a real shame that such an important Croatian archeological site is so poorly maintained, promoted and kept! That's why I don't want to give it the highest rate. Special punch in the eye was that few years old concrete star right next to thousand years old sarkophagus... You better go take a look while it's still there, not in even worse condition, thanks to our tough, passive aggressive Croatian "love" for our history. Prime example of "Margaritas ante porcos"!
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Date of experience: August 2015
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_Matea_2411 wrote a review Aug 2014
Groningen, The Netherlands267 contributions75 helpful votes
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Eventhough spending every summer of my childhood at croatian coast - only this year I have encountered this gem. It is very close to Skradin - but as well it is extremly fast to reach it from Novigrad, Benkovac and all smaller places in Zadar county. It took us 45 minutes driving from Novigrad by local road through Benkovac. It has astonishing views - especially if arriving during the sunset. Full potential is not exploited - since if going without the guide the labels are limited, museum is closed and there is nothing written when you could even visit it if you would like to come back. You can see ruins of early christian churches, old roman cisterns, residence from medieveal times etc. But the most magnificent is the view from Bribirska glavica to all surrounding mountain chaines and the sea. As well you have a view on the plane where very famous battle between Croatians and Turks took place - Ostrva Battle. Enjoy this archeological gem!:)
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Date of experience: August 2014
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FrancoisD76 wrote a review Aug 2014
La Rochelle, France195 contributions78 helpful votes
the area is so nice. You can also swim near the falls, and there is a visit of mills that used the water power. The path surrounding the area is well equipped and the only drawback is that it is so well prepared that it could seem artificial.... But very well done.
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Date of experience: July 2014
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