Don't miss the opportunity to explore the wonderful Brijuni Islands which consist of 14 islands located in the Croatian part of the northern Adriatic Sea. They are the perfect example of the combination between natural beauty and historical heritage.
The largest of the islands is Veli Brijun and was turned into Josip Broz Tito's luxurious summer residence after World War II.
All the archaeological and other sites that are situated away from the center of the island, can be visited by the train; safari park that is home to many amazing animals such as deers, mouflons, Somali sheep, dromedary camels, llamas etc, The Verige Bay with the remnants of villa Rustica from the 1st century AD. Fun fact about the island is that 200 dinosaur footprints have been identified.
You will also visit the archaeological museum that is located in the Venetian castle, church of St German from the 15th century with display of fresco replicas and the exhibition called "Tito on the Brijuni Islands".