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    Archeological Tours

    There is practically no period of the world history which has not left a significant imprint on the Croatian – from the traces of the Neanderthal man and artifact of the Vučedol culture to the influence of the ancient Greeks  and monuments of the Roman Empire. Our professionally guided tours include the most important archaeological sites that you shouldn’t miss. Let Croatia charms with its rich archaeological heritage:
    • The Antique Paths of Dalmatia
    • Surrounded by the History of Zadar and Pag
    • Culture and Historical Delicacies of Zagreb and Surroundings
    • Following The Path of the Templars and Knights Hospitaller
    • Strolling Through Kvarner's History


    If you love history and sightseeing tours of old buildings, then you definitely must visit the mysterious castles of northern Croatia. Bjelovarsko-Bilogorska County is very rich in archaeological sites and under-explored castles and fortresses. Visit the major sights of this secretive region, including the medieval Turkish fortress Stupčanica, the Ethno Park in Veliko Trojstvo, the Roman early Christian archaeological site Crijepci, the medieval Turkish fortress Dobra kuća, Kamengrad, Janković Castle and Dioš Castle. Visit Daruvar, Bjelovar and Cazma, discover the rich culture and traditions of this region and enjoy the variety of available local delicacies and wines. 


    The remains of medieval buildings are visible throughout Croatia and the luxurious castles of the rulers and local nobleman of the Middle Ages represent a great cultural treasure. In the past the fortresses were built as defenses against enemies, while today their magnificent architecture attracts many visitors. In Dalmatia you will have the opportunity to see Klis fortress which, due to its strategic importance, represents one of the most important fortresses, and Knin fortress, one of the largest Croatian fortification monuments. Central Croatia hides its sights in the town of Ogulin and in Karlovačka County, widely known for its castles of the families Frankopan and Zrinski. The knight tournament on Medvedgrad will awake the old spirit and contribute to the medieval atmosphere, while the castles of the Croatian Zagorje will tell you interesting stories.

    Let us be acquainted with Croatian hieroglyphs - glagolitic script

    The Croatian Glagolitic alphabet has a long and interesting history of more than a thousand years. The Croats using the Glagolitic alphabet were the only nation in Europe which was given a special permission by Pope Innocent IV (in 1248) to use their own language and this script in liturgy. More precisely, this permission had formally been given to the bishop Philip of Senj. However, special care accorded by the Vatican to the Glagolitic liturgy in subsequent centuries (even by publishing several Glagolitic missals in Rome), shows that this privilege applied to all Croatian lands using the Glagolitic liturgy, mostly along the coast. It is interesting that even today the Glagolitic liturgy is used in some Croatian churches.
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