Explore the Istrian peninsula on this full-day photography tour, visiting the picturesque village of Motovun and the popular port town Rovinj, known for its bright-colored seafront houses and baroque 18th-century church. Make a final stop in the town of Pula, renowned for the sixth-largest standing Roman amphitheater and wonderful sunsets. Designed for novice or advanced photographers and aspiring beginners.
The tour begins with pickup from your hotel in Zagreb, or another nearby city, at 8am. In a private vehicle, accompanied by a professional photographer and guide, head to Motovun, a small village perched above a picturesque valley. Your guide will be able to offer advice for taking some beautiful photographs as you explore Motovun's Roman fortifications, from where you can see the three corners of Istria.Photography guidance is suited to your needs and interests, as well as your equipment.Pass through vineyard-covered hills on your way to popular port town of Rovinj, with its brightly-colored houses dotted along the coastline. Visit the Church of St. Euphemia, a baroque church which dates from 1736. Admire the views of the Italian mainland across the Adriatic, before continuing to Pula, the largest city on the peninsula. This former Austro-Hungarian naval port is chock-full of fortifications, but is perhaps best known for having the sixth-largest surviving Roman amphitheater. The nearby cranes used in shipbuilding light up in different colors each night.At the end of the tour you will be dropped off back at your hotel in Zagreb, arriving at approximately 8pm.