Rector’s palace in Dubrovnik was the seat of the government and residence of the Rector of the Dubrovnik Republic. Today it is a historical and cultural museum. The audio guide in the Rector’s palace is available in 6 languages: Croatian, English, German, Italian, French, Spanish. The museum is visited by more than 400,000 visitors every year.
“Sightseeing of Rector’s palace with the audio guide was a complete experience. I felt like a part of the history.” Tom Johnson, Brainerd, Minnesota, USA
City walls in Dubrovnik are the most majestic fortification system in Europe. It is the most recognized symbol of the city which is under UNESCO heritage from 1979. The audio guide on the city walls is available in 10 languages: Croatian, English, German, Italian, French, Spanish, Russian, Polish, Czech, Slovenian. The museum is visited by more then 700.000 visitors every year.
“Renting the audio guide and walking the 2 kilometers sea wall is the best way to orient yourself.” Sunday Telegraph
Amphitheater in Pula is the sixth largest preserved amphitheater in the world, and it is the symbol of the city of Pula from the 1st century. The audio guide in the amphitheater is available in 11 languages: Croatian, English, German, Italian, Spanish, French, Russian, Slovenian, Hungarian, Polish and Czech. The museum is visited by more then 300.000 visitors every year.
“Visiting the amphitheater with the audio guide, took me back to the ancient times. I was imagining the gladiators fights just as they were.” Donnatella Gilardi, Bari, Italia
Cabriobus Dubrovnik Driving aboard new cabrio buses and using our audio guide system, you will experience Dubrovnik in completely new perspective. Audio guide system is available in ten languages: Croatian, English, German, Italian, French, Spanish, Russian, Japanese, Dutch and Norwegian. Libertas Dubrovnik Company shall drive you in buses decorated in style of old city trolley. Dubrovnik is visited by more then 2.000.000 visitors every year.
"We have enjoyed in beautiful views of Dubrovnik and have made hundreds pictures of this beautiful city. " Machi Suzuki, Osaka, Japan
Zadar is the ancient town, positioned in the center of Adriatic Coast. For centuries the capital city of Dalmatia and today the centre of the region. A city with a rich heritage of world importance, visible at every step. Zadar city tour offers audio guide system in 7 languages: Croatian, English, German, French, Italian, Spanish and Russian. Zadar is visited by more then 500.000 visitors every year.
"Sightseeing Zadar old town using audio guide system was an excellent experience. I would be sorry if I had missed it. " Jean-Marc Brouton, Paris, France
City Tour guide Šibenik The Slaptours company will drive you in buses decorated in traditional šibenik hat style.Driving aboard beautiful Šibenik area over Primošten,Rogoznica and national park Krka.City tour Šibenik offers audio guide system in 7 languages: Croatian, English,German,.French, Italian, Polish and Czech.
"It was a pleasure watching beautiful dalmatian coast and listening to stories about the ancient towns.The highlight was a visit to the national park Krka." Prof. Bohumir Bližkovsky, Brno,Czech Republic
Motovun is the best preserved medieval Istrian town, mostly famous for its film festival and world wide known truffles. Walk this unique little town with Audio guide available in Croatian, English, German, Italian and Russian.
Split - Discover the biggest Dalmatian city with the audio guide available in Croatian, English, German, Italian and Spanish.
Unique tour of the famous Dubrovnik and city walls. George Bernard Shaw once said, those who seek paradise should come and see Dubrovnik. Audio Guide is available in Croatian, English, German, Italian, French, Spanish and Russian.
Marco Polo museum - museum of famous sailor and explorer who has been born in Korcula. Audio guide is available in English, Croatian, Chinese, Italian and Spanish.
Island of St. Mary - walk trough this genuine little monastery built on the 12th century in the middle of the island. Audio guide is available in Croatian and English.