DAY TRIPS FROM SIBENIK
DAY TRIPS SERVICE – TAXI ŠIBENIK
Day trips and excursions are provided by Taxi Šibenik. These are one-day trips to various locations of your choice. The locations of our day trips do not only refer to those in Croatia but also in Europe. We are mainly talking about closer European destinations, such as cities for example Belgrade (Serbia), Budapest (Hungary), Venice (Italy), and Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina).
Each of these cities has its own special story and is interesting to our domestic and foreign clients who are always looking for new adventures and stories to experience there. Day trips are the perfect option for such a thing.
As far as Croatian destinations are concerned, the most popular cities and towns for day trips are Umag, Kopački rit, Cres, Pag, Plitvice Lakes National Park, Varaždin, Split, Trogir and the inevitable Dubrovnik. It is already clear from this that our dear travelers prefer the sea, cultural sights, and natural beauty when it comes to their top destinations.
DAY TRIPS WITH US
Our drivers, in addition to having many years of experience in transporting passengers, which guarantees safety, also have a wealth of experience in the destinations they drive you to on your day trips. Therefore, if you decide to use our day trips services, feel free to ask your driver for a recommendation related to the place where you are. They will be happy to answer your questions and clear up any doubts, and maybe even tell you what you absolutely must not miss in a particular destination.
The vehicles that our drivers use to take you on your adventures are regularly serviced and comfortable. They also provide you with additional services such as free Wi-Fi, child car seats for all age groups, etc. Also, if you are traveling in a group, that is no problem either. Let us know in advance the expected number of passengers, and Taxi Šibenik will make sure that each passenger has their seat. After all, we are no strangers to the organization of bus transportation either.
At some destinations, you will be attracted by the past, at others by modern construction. You will flock to some destinations to enjoy nature and peace, while others will appeal to you with fun and a large number of people. Regardless of what attracted you, what all these destinations have in common is that Taxi Šibenik can get you there – safely, efficiently, and quickly. If, in addition to the day trip service, you are thinking of visiting one of the many music festivals in Croatia, or the idea of a private trip seems closer to you – no problem. On our website, you will find all the necessary information about music festival services and private tours.
Nothing is impossible for Taxi Šibenik. We always stand by our clients and try to look in the same direction by expanding our horizons, and transport capacities and adding new, unique services. We make your dreams come true at very affordable prices and without any hidden costs for you and your companions. Our taxi and transport service is a transport to remember. This is exactly the type of transport that our clients are happy to return to, and we never forget them. It is certainly not out of place to mention our business partner – C.T.S. (Croatian transfer service) on whose website you will also find various options for excursions and arrangements for private trips.
Finally, did we mention that pets are also welcome at Taxi Šibenik? We know that sometimes it is not easy to plan your trips due to the organization of accommodation for pets. Taxi Šibenik is therefore happy to accept your furry friends and is ready to provide adequate transportation that will be enjoyed by both owners and their pets. What we ask of you, however, is that you let us know in case you plan to bring your best friend on the trip as well.
Even if you don’t find your desired city among the destinations listed below, don’t worry. Contact us by calling: +385 91 513 4660 or through the contact form and we will arrange exactly the kind of day trip you wish for.
PRICE FROM 450 EUR. Often dubbed the ‘Paris of the East’, this 2000 year-old city’s long history has left it rich in historic buildings. The most noticeable is Castle Hill, where the Royal Palace, Sándor Palace, and high-Gothic Matthias Church dominate the skyline, offering beautiful architecture and unparalleled views of the city. Budapest’s neo-Gothic Parliament,
Belgrade is the capital and largest city in Serbia. It lies at the confluence of the Sava and Danube Rivers on the Balkan peninsula. Part of former Yugoslavia, it’s a capital with gritty resilience and soul. The old Belgrade Fortress, constructed by the Romans in the 6th century, is one of the world’s oldest strongholds
PRICE FROM 420 EUR. Venice is the capital of the Veneto region and one of Italy’s top cities. The narrow streets, romantic canals, and impressive historical buildings all add to its grandeur. The heart of Venice is Piazza San Marco. The piazza is surrounded by impressive buildings and the imposing bell tower and Saint Mark’s
Osijek is Croatia’s fourth largest city and the largest city of the Slavonia region. It’s a university city with a plethora of parks, pubs, and clubs for visitors to explore. Osijek was heavily damaged during the 1990’s conflict. Although remnants from the war are still present, many of the city’s buildings have since been restored.
PRICE FROM 370 EUR. Pula, the largest city in Istria, is situated at the base of the Istrian peninsula and on seven hills. It’s a historically rich town with one of the earliest traces of human life. The friendly small-town appeal, mild climate, and beautiful sea attracts many visitors to Pula. The city houses a
PRICE FROM 300 EUR. Zagreb is Croatia’s capital and largest city. It’s the only city in the country with a population of over one million people. Despite its size, Zagreb has managed to hold on to its old town charisma and welcoming hospitality. The city is located on the slopes of the Medvednica Mountains along
Known to tennis fans as a stop on the ATP world tour, Umag is a town with a history unlike any other. After its sister settlement was destroyed by pirates in the 9th century, Umag grew in importance and over the years was ruled by the Byzantines, the Venetians, the French, the Austrians, and Italians.
The Kopački Rit Nature Park encompasses 177 square kilometers of waterways, forests and wetlands. The annual floods of the Danube and Drava rivers combine to create vast floodplains – prime territory for waterfowl, and a peaceful escape for human visitors. The boardwalk allows nature-lovers to explore the largest preserved wetlands in Europe, see a wide
Although long and narrow in length, Cres is the second largest island in the Adriatic. Today the island grows increasingly uninhabited but it boasts over 1,300 types of plant species and the remains of four 12,000 year old cave bears. Cres history dates back to Paleolithic times with the oldest place on the island, Beli,
In recent years, the development of the island’s most popular Northern waterfront town Novalja, has brought in tourists from all over the world to revel in Spring Break and other opportunities for fun. But Pag has more to offer than no rest and non stop partying on the boardwalk. In the South there are plenty
Karlovac is located in the heart of Croatia, at the junction of four rivers. Founded by the Austrians in 1579, the historic town center was built in the shape of a 6-pointed star. The reason for the structure was to strengthen the defenses against the invading Ottoman Empire. After threat faded, the city walls were
The construction of the Sarajevo Tunnel was more than a passage for arms and destruction during the war, it was a tunnel of hope. Over two decades later, bullet holes still inhabit the walls and buildings of Sarajevo. War is still omnipresent and forever lingers in the air as one walks through the Sarajevo and
One of the country’s largest castles, overlooking the historic old town, visitors are treated to great views and a healthy dose of history. Though the hilltop has been fortified since Roman times, the current castle was built during the 15th century, a testament to the tumultuous history of Ottoman and Hungarian occupation. Under the Ottomans,
Abandoned by its garrison and caretakers, this medieval castle is now more of a fortified public park. Built in the early 13th century on a site of a 10th century brick castle, the castle received further fortifications and several cannons in the 15th century. After playing an important role in fighting the Hungarians, the castle
Novigrad Fortress has seen a rich – and at times dark – history, which included several usurpations and the imprisonment of a Queen and execution of her mother. The rocky outcrop overlooking the village of Novigrad has been fortified since the Illyrian period (2,000-1,000 B.C.). A Roman tower stood on the site until the 13th
PRICE FROM 225 EUR. Plitvicka Jezera, or Plitvice Lakes, is a UNESCO listed National Park consisting of 16 lakes interconnected by over 90 waterfalls. Its breathtaking beauty makes it one of the most magnificent natural sights in all of Europe. Plitvice Lakes National Park is Croatia’s most popular attraction. The park covers an area of
Rastoke is an idyllic Croatian village most known for its 18th century flour mills and traditional architectural homes. The watermill village of Rastoke is the historic city center of Slunj in Croatia. Often referred to as ‘the small lakes of Plitvice’, it’s a place where the crystal clear waters of river Slunjcica criss-crosses into the
The city of Varazdin is one of Croatia’s best-kept secrets. Once the capital of Croatia, Varazin is a charming and picturesque city worth visiting. Varazdin is quaint and inexpensive, remaining virtually unspoiled by mass tourism. It offers a historic core and Baroque architecture, including 11 churches, 3 monasteries, and a cathedral. Make sure to stop
Primosten is a small town in North Dalmatia. This resort town is one of the most photogenic spots on the Adriatic Coast. Primosten has narrow streets and condensed houses, giving it a medieval ‘fishing town’ feel. The small town is adorned with pebble beaches and a promenade that surrounds the old town walls. Primosten’s most
PRICE FROM 200 EUR. Mostar The fascinating town of Mostar is home to the UNESCO World Heritage Site Old Bridge (Stari Most), Balkans’ most celebrated bridge. The small town of Mostar (meaning ‘bridge-keepers’) is located in southern Bosnia and Herzegovina and straddles the Neretva River. Known as one of the most fascinating cities in the
In the Southern Dalmatian region of Croatia, unbeknownst to many due to size, lies a city with an impressive defensive wall nicknamed “The European Wall of China”. Built in the 15th century, the Walls of Ston were once 7 kilometers long, featuring 3 fortresses and over 40 towers. So remarkable in fact, Ston’s walls are
On Croatia’s Dalmatian coast, between Split and Dubrovnik, lays a city called Makarska with a 2 kilometer stretch of pure sandy beaches. Makarska’s location between the rocky foothills of the Biokovo mountains and Adriatic sets the perfect conditions for fun and entertainment. With the Biokovo mountain’s protection, the Makarska Riviera receives mild winters, cool breezes,
Omis is located in the heart of Dalmatia, where the Cetina River meets the Adriatic Sea. It served as a famous pirate town during the Middle Ages. This small Central Dalmatian town and harbor is protected by large cliffs. It came into prosperity through piracy and was once home to the most feared sailors on
Situated between land and sea, Split is a buzzing, exuberant Croatian city with a small town vibe. It’s home to Diocletian’s Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the best preserved Roman palace in the world. Split is the largest city in Dalmatia and the second largest city in Croatia. It’s located on the Eastern
Trogir is an island on the Adriatic Coast and one of the best preserved medieval towns in Europe. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the historic town is one of the oldest on the Croatian side of the Adriatic. The medieval town and harbor of Trogir sits on a tiny island in central Dalmatia enclosed by
PRICE FROM 295 EUR. Day trip from Šibenik to Dubrovnik. Dubrovnik Dubrovnik is a Croatian city on the Adriatic Sea. It is one of the most prominent tourist destinations in the Mediterranean Sea, a seaport and the centre of Dubrovnik-Neretva County. Its total population is 42,615 (census 2011). In 1979, the city of Dubrovnik joined
Krka National Park Krka National Park, located in southern Croatia, is made up of lakes, scenic waterfalls, and abundant flora and fauna. It’s also the only national park in Croatia where swimming is allowed. << Krka National Park is situated along the Krka River in Central Dalmatia. The park’s lakes and waterfalls make it the