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Split: Krka Waterfalls With Boat Cruise, Wine and Olive Oil1455 Reviews
Discover the Krka National Park on a scenic tour from Split. Cruise down the Krka River and see the first hydroelectric power station in Europe.
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- See Europe's largest travertine cascades at the Skradinski buk waterfalls
- Explore the stunning Krka waterfall surrounds by a wooden walkway
- Discover Europe's first hydroelectric power station on the Krka River
- Visit the Ethno Museum in one of the old mills in the quaint town of Skardin
DescriptionEscape the hustle and bustle of Split's city center on a full-day guided tour of one of Croatia’s most beautiful national parks at Krka. Glide along the Krka River's calm water on a boat cruise and make the most of your free time in the park once you arrive. Meet your guide at the Golden Gate of the Diocletian Palace for a transfer to Krka National Park. Alternatively, drive straight to the park in a private vehicle, depending on the option selected. Upon arrival, go to the small town of Skradin to take a short boat cruise down the Krka River. Disembark at the Skradinski Buk waterfalls, and marvel at Europe’s largest travertine cascade system. Take in the fresh air and wild nature, or go to the Ethno Museum in one of the old mills. See the remains of ancient settlements and small stone houses, along with the first hydroelectric power station in Europe. After the National Park, visit a sandy beach Skradin's sandy beach for a refreshing rest. Visit a local winery and taste local wines and olive oils, not included in the tour price.
IncludesTransportation by air-conditioned bus (if group tour selected) Transportation by car or a van (if private tour selected) Hotel pickup and drop-off (if private tour selected) Entry ticket to Ethno Museum and old watermills Visit to the 1st hydroelectric power station in Europe Boat cruise along the Krka River (April-October)
- Swimming at Krka National Park is not allowed