Are you tired of travelling in a big tour group with another 10, 20, 30 or 40+ tourists in a big bus?
Are you tired of rushing from one spectacular site to another where you would like to stay longer?
Then we have a perfect solution for you!
You can customize your private tour completely upon your wishes, budget and interests. We include sites you want to visit at your own pace of travel and interest. We are specialized in exclusive travel for individuals as well as organized groups and offer private and highly personalized (tailor made) tours. This kind of tours are suitable mostly for travelers who expect high level of freedom, attention and service from the first request to the last day of the tour.
Diverse destinations: From Alps to Adriatic, from Venetians to Habsburgs and Turks on the crossroads of three religions… Shall we go further?
Personalised service: We’re with you the whole time, making sure you are 100% satisfied with everything on the tour.
Save time and effort: Researching and organising the tour for yourself can be stressful and time consuming. Let us do the work for you.
Tailor made tours: All our tours are adjusted upon your wishes and needs.
Local expertise: We know region’s hidden treasures very well and we only use the best guides and carefully selected accommodation.
Friendly and knowledgeable staff: Our staff has first hand experience and in depth knowledge of the region and is passionate about with what they do.
Visit The Best of Slovenia and Croatia. Feel the Alps with the pictouresque Bled and Julian Alps and taste the Mediterranean with Adriatic pearls of Hvar and Dubrovnik.>
Explore the three most beautiful capitals of Central Europe in 7 days on our exclusive private tour visiting the gem of the Danube, Budapest, continuing with the imperial city Vienna and ending with golden Prague.>
Explore the Balkans with a private guide/driver. The tour covers 7 countries – 6 of them known as ex Yugoslavia and their neighbour Albania. The region that went through turbulent times is waiting for you to be discovered. Definitly a tour not to miss!>
The Austrian magical atmosphere inspired and was home to composers like Mozart, Strauss and Haydn. Strolling through the towns of this country you can still feel the elegance of past centuries.>
In Albania history is all around; mosques, churches, monasteries, fortresses and ancient ruins are just some of Albania’s wealth of attractions. When visiting the country do not overlook its beautiful beaches and turquoise waters.>
As a result of its cultural mix Bosnia & Herzegovina is rich in traditions and folklore that combine the East and the West.>
Croatia’s main attraction is definitely its long coastline with clear water, sun-drenched beaches and old towns that will amaze you. The architecture of its towns narrates the history of the region that left us a wealth of culture and astonishing architecture.>
Immerse yourself in the world of artistic landscapes and relaxing spa resorts. This country knows how to entice with its charming cities, magical castles and diverse architecture. The Czech Republic is also a must for all beer lovers since it is known for some of the world’s finest brews.>
Germany is a great combo of unspoiled nature, picturesque towns with city walls, cathedrals, and half-timbered houses, amazing castles, beautiful gardens and romantic hotels.>
Hungary is where culture and history collide and create an amazing wealth of architecture. It is known for one of the most impressive capital cities of Europe, Budapest. The country is also known for a number of vineyards that serve to produce world-famous wines.>
Kosovo might be a fairly new country but when it comes to touristic attractions it does not fail to impress. Exploring its picturesque cities and beautiful countryside makes a great vacation destination off the beaten track.>
Macedonia is extra rich in cultural and historic monuments: intriguing old towns, monasteries, churches and mosques. But what gives this place a special charm is its warm-hearted people and its ethnocultural diversity.>
If you are fond of history, Montenegro is the place to be. Its medieval towns, Orthodox monasteries, Catholic churches and mosques tell a story of cultural conflicts over the centuries.>
When in Italy, do as the Italians: eat good food, drink mellow wine and enjoy the beautiful scenery. Italian cities such as Rome, Verona and Padova are for sure some of the most romantic and interesting places to visit in Europe.>
In Serbia you are in for a treat. All the year round, this charming Balkan country suprises with good quality festivals, such as the world famous “EXIT” and the festival of gypsy music in Guča.>
The great diversity of nature makes this country truly worth exploring. Whether you want to climb the mountains, swim in the Adriatic sea, explore the caves or visit the vineyards, Slovenia has it all.>
Take a trip back to medieval Slovakia and visit some of its most beautiful castles and other monuments designated as UNESCO World Heritage Sites due to their uniqueness. If you prefer the great outdoors you can enjoy the gems of Maly Kapaty or go skiing in the beautful Carpathians.>
It is all about “back to nature” in Switzerland: mountains, lakes, forests and other natural wonders offer a wide range of leisure and sporting activities such as skiing, hiking, swimming, skydiving, rafting, etc.>
From urban to medieval, the cities of Poland are home to many architectural gems; castles, fortresses and ruins. In the countryside, the unspoiled nature of mountains, forests, waterways and lowlands invite you to explore the diversity of the country.>
The tour was wonderful. We are so happy we booked with you, had Helena as our personal tour guide and did this trip in May.
The van was very comfortable,
Helena was perfect for our family! She took care of us like we were family. She is very organized and efficient.
We really appreciate her detailed local knowledge.
We will recommend your 5 star tour service to our friends and family.
Thank you for your patience and working with us.
Hello Rok and Halina,
We all would like to thank you and Halina for a great tour of Slovenia and Croatia.
Both of you were very professional, kind and accommodating. Halina is very knowledgeable, friendly and an excellent driver.
Our satisfaction from the tour was absolutely her first priority.
When ever the opportunity arises, all of us are sure to recommend Movis.
I just wanted to write to tell you that we had an absolutely fantastic time on our trip. Miha was great, we really enjoyed spending time with him, and he went out of his way to make sure the trip went exactly as planned. Knowing that he was there to take care of everything made this the most stress-free trip ever!!
I am going to recommend you to everyone I know who travels!
The only “downside” was that our flights out of Dubrovnik were delayed, and we missed all of our connections; it took 2 days to get home. Miha checked our flights, and they showed that they were on-time. Even three hours after the departure time had passed, they wouldn’t re-route us because the flights were still showing “on-time.” Go figure. But, we made it home, and all is well.
Thank you again,
Muchas gracias por su mensaje. Queremos agradecerle a usted y a Movis por la organización de nuestro viaje por Eslovenia, Croacia, Bosnia y Montenegro ya que todo funcionó como estaba planeado. En primer lugar queremos felicitarlos por tener una guía como Maja ya que le dió un toque muy especial a nuestro viaje. Maja es muy profesional y conoce muy bien su oficio. Habla muy bien el español y esto es muy importante; conoce muy bien todos los lugares visitados y habla con mucha propiedad de ellos; conduce muy bien y lo hace sentir a uno seguro; no tiene pereza para nada y siempre estaba dispuesta a ofrecer algo más sin importar lo largo de algunas jornadas; es discreta y estaba lista para darnos nuestro espacio cuando lo queríamos. En otras palabras la podríamos recomendar sin reservas.
En cuanto a los guías locales quedamos muy satisfechos con Dino (Split-Trogir), Petra (Porec-Rovinj-Pula), Vedran (Zagreb), Paula (Zadar) y Viviana (Kotor). Mia (Sibenik) tenía buen dominio del español pero le falta un poco de experiencia y le faltó más explicación. A Dorotea (Hvar) tiene buen español y experiencia pero la visita estuvo muy corta y había más para ver. A Zlatan (Mostar) tenía buena disposición y experiencia pero su español estaba un poco enredado.
Los hoteles estuvieron muy buenos. Nos gustaron mucho el Cubo de Ljubljana y el Cornaro de Split. El Villa Tutorotto de Rovinj también tenía su encanto por lo pequeño y bien situado. El hotel de Plitvice también nos pareció bien situado y muy cómodo. El hotel Dubrovnik en Zagreb muy bien situado y agradable. El hotel que menos nos gustó fuel el Ariston en Dubrovnik. Aunque es un 5 estrellas es muy grande y un poco viejo. Nosotros preferimos los otros hoteles que eran más pequeños y que las habitaciones tenían pisos de madera y no con alfombras. Pero de todas formas disfrutamos nuestra estadía allí.
Todos los sitios visitados nos parecieron espectaculares y en general el itinerario quedó muy bien planeado. Hubo algunas jornadas muy largas como la de Hvar-Mostar-Dubrovnik pero creo que hubiera sido difícil hacerla de otra manera.
El auto Mercedes fue muy cómodo para nosotros y no tuvimos ningún inconveniente.