story-teller-guide-split1Pinkica in english JUST A LITTLE BIT  is a company that excells in organizing city tours with storyteller-guides.

If you want your city tours to start with: Once upon a time and if you still „believe in fairies“ You’re in the right place.

Our stories offer a new approach to sightseeing.
The man in charge of the tours is mr. Vedran Matosic.

He has spent his entire working career in tourism and has used his knowledge and experience to place his City on the tourist map of Europe and the World.
Numerous awards won by Split in tourism have been greatly to his merits.
All of his literary works have been set on the streets and squares of the city, celebrating those who have indebted this city through centuries.

Characters from his stories, dramas, monodramas and musicals will live on for years to come in the stories through which the tourists relive the history of Dalmatia and the city of Split in the best possible fashion.

If you wish to describe Vedran in one word, then it would be: STORYTELLER-GUIDE.

Reviews

Hi Vedran!
Thank you for a wonderful event. It was engaging, interesting and incredibly
informative. You’ve got so much knowledge and you share it in a lovely way. The
team wanted to compliment you on your storytelling skills and your voice.
I hope I’ll get to visit Croatia and especially Split at some point and if that’s the case,
I’ll be sure to reach out to you for an in-person tour!
Wishing you all the best and hopefully our paths cross again soon.
Thanks,
Michaela Roche

 

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