From Split: Trogir and Blue Lagoon Half Day Tour
- Small group
- Duration: 5.5 hours
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The day trip from Split to Dubrovnik was a joy. Dubrovnik is a gorgeous place, which can easily get overcrowded, due to its small size (the Old Town). Even in mid September, it was hot. The Old Town can be enjoyed from the city walls, but this requires a good shape, since it is quite a hike. The cable car ride is very much worth it also. The view from the mountain is amazing. The road trip from Split is also beautiful, especially the second part, as the Dubrovnik area looks amazing. I found the guided tour part too long (1 hour), as a lot of information is available and can be read by those interested. After that I had to run from one place to another in the remaining 3 hours, and I had not enough time left to enjoy a proper lunch, all the more that most places were crowded. Overall, given the context, the trip with Gray Lines was excellent, well organized, in A/C minivans (participants were split in 2 smaller groups). Border crossing went smoothly.
The trip to the lakes was an awesome experience. Our bus was incredibly comfortable, the driver was great. Our guide Toni kept us well informed along the way. He told us stories from Split to the lakes. He helped everyone to get the most out of the trip & kept us at a good pace, giving us plenty of time to appreciate the views & to rest if we needed to.
ernest sympathetic and he is passionate about it. it tells the story well. small but doable bus because the trip is not that long. No swimming in a waterfall because prohibited, but swimming in a lake at the 2nd stop. I recommend the guide's superb dynamism and the best day!
A wonderful day out with a fantastic guide (Toni). Clearly extremely knowledgeable and loves his job! The park itself was stunning - a must see.
Great tour, funny but informative guide. Krka national park is beautiful and Sibenik was worth the visit too.