Croatia: Prehistory to the Present (land tour)

Dates: Sunday, September 15, 2019 to Saturday, September 28, 2019 (14 days)
Tour Leader: Andrew M.T. Moore

This fall, join Immediate Past President of the AIA Andrew Moore on a unique archaeological tour of Croatia. Andrew and his wife Barbara have been conducting an archaeological project in Croatia for the past 15 years that has given them insights into the rich cultural heritage of this fascinating region at the heart of southern Europe which they are delighted to share. Enjoy 4- and 5-star accommodations while experiencing Croatia from prehistory to the present.

The tour will begin in Zagreb, Croatia’s capital, with its strong Middle European personality. It will conclude in Dubrovnik, that most evocative of walled towns, and for centuries a city state in its own right. Along the way we will experience the varied scenery of this extraordinary country: rich meadowlands, impressive mountain ranges, and the dramatic Adriatic coast, surely among the most impressive in all of Europe. Throughout, our focus will be on the rich archaeological and historical legacy of Croatia from earliest times to our own day. Explore prehistoric cave sites, a Bronze Age hillfort, a magnificent Roman amphitheater and an imperial palace. Also admire two spectacular national parks with waterfalls, lakes, and gorges; and enjoy opportunities to meet local experts in archaeology and other fields, and to sample the delights of Croatian cuisine in all its variety.

Call 800-748-6262 or email aia@studytours.org to reserve your space today.

Tour Prices per person
Double Occupancy (16-20 participants) $7,645
Double Occupancy (12-15 participants) $8,245
Single Supplement $1,295
Single room supplement will be charged when requested or required (limited availability).
With fewer than 12 participants, a small group surcharge may be applied.

Brochure

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Itinerary

Sunday, September 15, 2019: Depart home for Zagreb, Croatia
Monday, September 16: Arrive Zagreb | Private transfer to hotel | Welcome reception
Tuesday, September 17: Zagreb walking tour: Old City, Archaeological Museum, City Museum, Cathedral
Wednesday, September 18: Krapina Neanderthal Museum | Vindija Cave | Zagreb
Thursday, September 19: Pula
Friday, September 20: Pula | Rovinj | Monkodonja | Pula
Saturday, September 21: Plitvice Lakes National Park | Zadar
Sunday, September 22: Zadar walking tour, Archaeological Museum, Museum of Ancient Glass | Šibenik: City Museum and Cathedral
Monday, September 23: Bribir | Krka National Park: Burnum, Puljane Eco Campus, Roški slap, Skradinski buk | Boat ride to Skradin | Šibenik
Tuesday, September 24: Pokrovnik and Danilo Bitinj | Danilo Gornje
Wednesday, September 25: Trogir walking tour | Salona | Split walking tour, Diocletian’s Palace, Archaeological Museum
Thursday, September 26: Ston | Dubrovnik
Friday, September 27: Dubrovnik walking tour and Gornji Ugao Tower Medieval Foundry tour | Farewell dinner
Saturday, September 28:  Fly home

For more information and the detailed itinerary download the brochure.


If you have any additional questions, please email us at aia@studytours.org (and include your full name) or call us toll-free at (800) 748-6262 (toll: 603-756-2884).

Related PDFs

  • https://www.archaeological.org/sites/default/files/aia_croatia_2019_resform.pdf
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