The excursion begins on the eastern side of the island, in the central Brijuni port, where you will find expert tourist guides available to you for any questions and additional information. The part of the excursion is designed as a one-hour ride on the tourist train, along the coast and all the way to the north of the island where the Safari Park is located. On the way, guests have the opportunity to see the golf courses, a Venetian citadel and old farm buildings built in the early 20th century at the time of the Austrian Kupelwieser family.
View of Mali Brijun
Before coming to the Safari Park, you can see the second largest island - Mali Brijun, north of Veliki Brijun. Mali Brijun is home to one of the largest Austro-Hungarian fortifications in the Mediterranean - the Fort Brioni Minor, which was built from 1895 to 1900 and has five floors. This large fortress has been used in summer for various cultural purposes since the beginning of the 21st century.