Opatija is a small inconspicious coastal town in north-west Croatia. Small but already legendary due to the astonishing list of guests who arrived to Opatija between the 19th century all the way to the 21th. They came for the most different reasons. Some of those people are Gustav Mahler, Alber Einstein, Haile Selassie I, Kirk Douglas, Franz Joseph I and many others. And while they were enjoying the relaxed atmosphere in Opatija they stayed in austrian-style boutique-villas and hotels built by architects from Italy, Hungary and Austria. Take a 90-minute-walk through Opatija with a professional local guide and discover a story of a relatively young austrian health resort (19th century) that managed to develop a legendary status among all tourist spots at the Adriatic. Book now.
|Walk the romantic promenade “Lungo Mare”|
|Discover the beginnings of Adriatic Tourism|
|Explore arranged Botanical Gardens and Austrian-Style Villas|
Meeting point is at the Fountain (next to Ina Gas Station). Please look at the map for detailed location.
70€ for groups up to 8 people
100€ for groups bigger than 8 people