Duration
Duration
02:00
Participants
Participants
1—30
Seasons
Seasons
All
Mobile Ticket
Mobile
Ticket

Do you know that Hvar was once part of the Venetian kingdom? Let’s discover that together! The best to start the walk from the fortress- citadel on a hill above the old town of Hvar. Do you know that it was built in the time of Venice? This fortress dominates over the city and the panorama view from it is just breathtaking. From there you can take the steep stairway passing through the Porta di Datallo, head down to Hvar Town’s main square. Here we start from the church of St. Anthony, which was built during the Venetian rule. It has a distaff-styled baroque bell tower. Impressive, isn’t it? Then the theatre on the first floor of the Hvar town arsenal. And monastery, where you can see exquisite works of high renaissance art by the Venetian painters Palma Junior and Francesco Santacroce. End your walk-in Hvar’s Loggia, beautiful piece of renaissance architecture. It was once part of the Venetian governor’s palace.

Meeting point

The main entrance of Arsenal (Kroz Burak 2, 21450, Hvar, Croatia) See Map