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It was a great experience to test diving for the first time at this way. My teenage son and I were totally excited. The diving instructors were very nice and patient to explain some points several times.
We travelled through Italy and found that the best to get in and out of Venice without an overnight stay was to carry on our journey into Croatia then take a day-trip from Pula. It was so much easier than the park and ride or the train journey from Bologna, and we got to chill out on the boat on the way there and back. We walk from the arrival pier into the centre of Venice via little frequent streets and bridges in less than 30 minutes and were able to take lots of pictures without lots of other people crowding the frames. Had a lovely lunch, explored the Piazza San Marco and the touristy sights before taking a water-taxi ride along the Grand Canal. Then we got back on the boat to Pula, and arrived there just in time for some pre-dinner drinks by the Roman Amphitheater. Would highly recommend the company, very friendly and professional. Every went smoothly. A real pleasure!
Super guide and the best way to include modern technology (VR) into the reel world. Interesting tour around the city, which we enjoy very much as a family activity, but I would highly recommend it to anyone with just a small historic interest. My son (11 years) ranked it as the best day of the week. So many thanks to Marko, Krug Travel
We had a great tour and enjoyed it very much. It was the perfect combination of exercise, nature and sightseeing. Danijel was a great guide. The explanations where concise but not overwhelming, and all this during a great mountibike trail in Pula’s southern coast. The wine and food taste was a delicious end to an overalll great experience. We sincerely recommend this tour if you want to do some sports while discovering the city’s best beaches.
The trip price includes the boat ride from Pula to Venice and back with a few guide notes. What was brilliant though was that - of course for extra charge, although reasonable - you can take up additional “modules” that perfectly follow each other to fill the whole time in Venice (if you wish to), or just bits of it. The Atlas guides organise the following, of which you can pick whatever you feel like (prices for adults, children cheaper): 1) boat trip from the port of Venice (customs point) to nearby Piazza San Marco (€13); 2) local pasta lunch (€20); 3) the Venetian Murano glass workshop; 4) gondola ride through Gran Canal and more (€28); water taxi back to port, through Gran Canal, under Rialto bridge, and more (€28). Given that there is only limited time in Venice, it worth the extra money for these organised tours; especially when you have people with limited walking abilities with you.