Croatia is country rich in natural beauty and thousand years old historical heritage.
It is a true jewel among the Mediterranean countries. It is a country that has very jagged coastline, unique turquoise landscapes, historical treasures recognized in UNESCO’s heritage, untouched beaches and much more.
Croatia is country that has many times been praised as a top vacation spot. In the past years, this country went through a real transformation into a first-class tourist destination.
Stone houses in fishing villages, adrenaline climbing or rafting, the cities rich in historic buildings, beaches and islands, gourmet cuisine and numerous other things, are the reasons enough to visit this country.
Zagreb is a city with an open heart, both young and old.
In 1991 Zagreb became the capital town, political and administrative center of Croatia. Zagreb is also the hub of the business, academic, cultural, artistic life and entertainment. Many famed scientists, artists and athletes come from this city.
Zagreb offers a baroque atmosphere of the Upper Town, picturesque open-air markets, shopping and delicious local cuisine to its visitors.
It is a city of green parks and walks, with many places in the beautiful surroundings. Despite the rapid development, it has retained charm and relaxed atmosphere which makes it suit everyone’s taste.
If you are visiting Croatia, you can not avoid Dubrovnik. It is a magnificent and well-preserved fortified city, unique in the world. Dubrovnik, as a source of inspiration, every year attracts artists, members of royal families and international jet-setters.
Its history dates back to the 6th centuries. The old town is completely surrounded by grandiose walls that extend to 1940 meters in length, and which preserve the history, culture and all its beauty.
Dubrovnik is also called the "Pearl of the Adriatic".
All tourists are associated with truly beautiful attractions of this city as: Diocletian’s Palace, olives, white stone in contrast with green vegetation and mountain Biokovo, whose slopes go all way down to the beach.
Split is a city full of interesting activities for people of all age: from historical tours, museums, cultural and music events to the perfect vacation, culinary specialties, beautiful sea and nightlife.
Zadar is the city full of diversities, rich historical heritage and beautiful nature. Every year it attracts more and more tourists who want to visit the Church of St. Donatus, Cathedral of St. Anastasia, Land Gate, etc.
This is a city of sun, warm sea, olives, wine, fish, music, picturesque villages with houses made of stone, in one word it is truly Mediterranean.
Plitvice lakes consist of 16 lakes located between Mala Kapela and Lješvica in Lika. This national park is the jewel in the crown of Croatian parks of nature, with over 9,000 visitors per day.
With its seven travertine waterfalls and total drop of 242 m, Krka river is a natural and karst phenomenon. The living world of Krka National Park is very rich and diverse, with numerous endemic, rare and threatened species. The diversity of the plant world, with 860 recorded species, attracts both experts and visitors.
Croatia is known as a country with the thousand islands. The island Mljet as well as Murter-Kornati are the one of the most attractive destinations with untouched nature. Mljet with two large salt water lakes and Kornati that are described as a paradise archipelago are protected as a national park. For those who wish to enjoy in natural beauty, they have to visit island Hvar which is the longest one and the sunniest Croatian island, with more than 250 sunny days a year as well as Brač with its island symbol ‘Zlatni rat’ in Bol, one of the most beautiful beaches on the Adriatic. It is important to mention islands as: Korčula which is the hometown of Marco Polo and Vis which is known for its clear water and amazing flora and fauna as well as Pag which has a very jagged coastline and abundant beaches and worldwide known nightlife.
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