Monday, 20. May 2013 - 16:05
01. 09. 12. - 15:00
Hollywood star Tom Cruise has arrived for a cruising holiday in Croatia.
The recently divorced actor landed at the airport in the Adriatic port of Split and a luxury yacht waited for him nearby. He flew in from Luton in the UK.
Cruise will spend few days cruising around some of the over 1,000 Croatian islands in the Adriatic, according to local media. He set off aboard the Lady S. yacht on his own, accompanied by two bodyguards and his first destination was the island of Hvar.
He first had a drink in the coffee shop Pjaca in the picturesque centre of Hvar - just outside the building that was Europe's first public theatre.
This is Tom Cruise's second cruising holidays in Croatia as he was here in 2004 when he was reportedly delighted with the ancient town of Dubrovnik and the island of Mljet.
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