Croatia and Hungary have lived in a common state for 900 years. In Biograd you will get to know the place of the coronation of the Hungarian king Koloman in 1102 as the Croatian king. Next is a tour of Vrana Lake and the Ornithological Reserve with 250 bird species and a tour of the old Templar town in Vrana.

In Zadar, which Koloman entered three years later, you will visit the Benedictine monastery, which he donated abundantly, while in the bell tower he built, you will see an inscription with his name and grant. Zadar in the church of St. Simon keeps a golden chest that Elizabeta Kotromanić, the wife of Louis I of Anjou and the Hungarian-Croatian-Polish queen, had made in memory of the Peace of Zadar signed in the monastery of St. Frane. Before being transferred to Szekesfehervar, Elizabeth was buried in Zadar in the church of St. Krševana. In Novigrad, however, we visit the fortress where she was previously imprisoned and killed with her daughter Marija. Feel the breath of the past, common to the two peoples and witness the monuments that confirm this to this day.

Program summary:
Day 1
Biograd - Vrana Lake - Vrana

Day 2
Zadar: monastery of st. Mary

Day 3
Novigrad: fortress

Package offered all year round (min. 6 people).
Price per person: upon request
Price includes: transport, guide, tickets, lunch package.