How to book?

HOW TO BOOK A GREEN LINE WALKING TOUR AND GET A 5% DISCOUNT ON YOUR HOTEL, HOSTEL, CAMPING, APARTMENT, VILLA, YACHT, SAILING BOAT OR CAR RENTAL

STEP 1

Choose your accomodation from the partners list mentioned on our website and a walking tour nearest to the accomodation of your choice

STEP 2

Inform us about your choice by email, text message, viber or whatsapp

We will contact the partners and book the chosen accomodation instead of you

STEP 3

We will send you an invoice with a reduced price (5%) of your accomodation

STEP 4

Payment of the walking tour and the accomodation by a credit card or by a bank transfer

STEP 5

Once we’ve received your payment, we’ll mail you the vouchers for the walking tour and the accomodation

STEP 6

We’ll stay at your desposal for all your needs during your holiday in Croatia

 


Accomodation providers – Partners list


Green line walking tours

  • Join our guides at 12.00 at the green line meeting points and enjoy a walking tour of your favorite destination
  • A green line walking tour is held in english, german, italian, french, spanish, polish, chech, russian and croatian language
  • By booking a green line walking tour, don’t forget to choose the language, too
  • A green line walking tour costs 30 kn (kuna) or 4€ for adults and 15 kn or 2€ for children from 3 to 10 years
  • Family ticket (parents with 2 children from 3 to 10 – 1 child for free)

Book a walking tour at one of these destinations and save on accomodation of your choice throughout Croatia

Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik

The historic walled city of Dubrovnik is Dalmatia’s most prized jewel. Towering over the azure Adria More info
Krka

Krka

Istria
Krka is the second most-visited of Croatia’s national parks. Famed for its lagoon of Skradinski buk, More info
Plitvice

Plitvice

Istria
The shimmering lakes and lush forests of Plitvice in central Croatia have long drawn visitors from a More info
Poreč

Poreč

Istria
Poreč is a popular summer resort on the coast of the Istrian Peninsula in western Croatia. In the hi More info
Pula

Pula

Istria
The main city of Istria, Pula is known for the near-intact Roman monuments that are still the main f More info
Rovinj

Rovinj

Istria
For a town of barely 15,000 inhabitants, picturesque, waterfront Rovinj offers plenty to the visitor More info
Šibenik

Šibenik

Šibenik is a beautiful town on the Dalmatian Coast.  It’s been in existence since at least 1066 and  More info
Split

Split

There always seems to be something happening in Split, either along the Riva, amid the alleyways of More info
Trogir

Trogir

Istria
Trogir is a town on the central Adriatic coast of Croatia. Its preserved old town, known for its mix More info
Zadar

Zadar

Croatia’s coastal Zadar is a beautiful and historic city with an edge. Located in the middle of the More info
Zagreb

Zagreb

Istria
Zagreb is not only about stately institutions of Habsburg grandeur, although for the first-time visi More info