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Dubrovnik is a Croatian town on the Adriatic, in the south of Dalmatia. It is one of the most prominent tourist destinations in the Mediterranean Sea, the port and the center of the Dubrovnik-Neretva County. In 1979, Dubrovnik joined the UNESCO World Heritage List. The last few years of the Dubrovnik Street have become the setting for big Hollywood films such as Star Wars, Robin Hood, and the TV show Game of the Thrones.
Split is the second largest city in Croatia and the largest city in the region of Dalmatia. About 200,000 people live in Split. Split is home to Diocletian’s Palace, built for the Roman Emperor in 305. The city was founded as the Greek colony of Aspálatos in the 3rd or 2nd century BC. It became a prominent settlement about 650 years ago.Since 1979, Diocletian’s Palace has been listed on the UNESCO World Heritage list.It is a also place of Ultra Music festival in July with mopre than 100 thousand visitors.
Zadar is the oldest continuously inhabited town in Croatia.
The most important sights of Zadar are: Church of Sv. Donata – a monumental round 9th-century building in the pre-Romanesque style, traditionally but incorrectly, saying it was erected on the site of the Juna Temple. The Roman forum – the largest on the eastern side of the Adriatic, based on the first Roman Emperor Augusta, as shown by two stone inscriptions on its completion from the 3rd century. The very popular are the Sea organ . An architectural acoustic art object and an experimental musical instrument that plays music by sea waves and tubes located beneath a series of large marble staircases. If you prefer nature,check out Paklenica National Park,only half and hour drive from Zadar.
Zagreb is the main and largest city of Croatia. It is located in the northwestern country, along the Sava River, on the southern slopes of Mount Medvednica. Zagreb has about 800,000 inhabitants. Zagreb is a city of rich history from the Roman times to the present day. The name “Zagreb” was recorded in 1134, due to the settlement in Kaptol in 1094. Zagreb became a free royal town in 1242. Many museums, art galleries, beautiful parks, rich nightlife and cleanliness make Zagreb one of the mos attractive tourist destinations in Europe.
Pula is the largest city in the Istrian county and the eighth largest city in the country. It is located on the south side of the Istrian peninsula, with a population of about 50 000 people. The city has a long tradition of winemaking, fishing, shipbuilding and tourism. History was the administrative center of Istria from ancient Roman times. The most famous thing about Pula is the great amphitheater. The Pula Arena was built between the 27th and 68th centuries, and is still today.
Visit with us Hrvatsko Zagorje: Medieval castles Trakošćan, Veliki Tabor, Bežanec, Miljana, Oršić, Habulinec, Gjalskiand some museums such as the Kumrovec Old Village Museum, the Peasant Village Museum, the Krapina Neanderthals and many others. Or just relax and enjoy in Terme Tuhelj, Aquae Vivae, Terme Jezerčica, Stubičke Toplice, Sutinske toplice.
Plitvice Lakes are the most visited national park in Croatia. Within about 300km2 you can find everything you need for a perfect escape from traffic and a busy city life. 18 km of wooden hiking trails and paths gives you the opportunity to explore 16 interconnected lakes arranged in cascades. This very wooded park hides 75 endemic plants, 55 different kinds of orchids, 160 species of birds and even bears and wolves.
Rovinj is located on the west coast of Istria. It is rich in natural and cultural sights such as the old town, the church of St. Euphemia, magnificent forest park Zlatni rt, numerous protected islands and coastal areas.
Krka is famous for its numerous lakes and waterfalls. It got its name by the river Krka which is part of the park. The National Park is located in central Dalmatia. It covers the area along the river Krka, which runs at the foot of the Dinara mountain near Knin, runs through a 75 km long canyon, flows through Prokljansko lake and affects the bay of Sibenik. It extends over 109 square kilometers, of which 25.6 square kilometers make up the water surface. Rijeka Krka today has 7 sedge waterfalls and its beauty represents a natural karst phenomenon.
Kornati or Kornati Islands are islands located in central Dalmatia, west of Sibenik and south of Zadar. The island consists of about 150 islands spread over a surface of 320 km2. The island was declared a national park in 1980. The total area of the park is about 220 km2 and consists of 89 islands, islets and cliffs. From the surface of the park, only about 1/4 is mainland, while the remaining part of the marine ecosystem.
Trogir is a town in Croatia that administratively belongs to the Split-Dalmatia County. The town of Trogir was founded by Greek colonists from the island of Vis in III. st. Christ. In Central Europe it was considered the best preserved Romanesque-Gothic city. The castle and tower surrounded by walls form the core of Trogir. The most important cultural monument is the Trogir cathedral. The town of Trogir is located on the coast of the Kaštela Bay, on the island of Trogir between Čiovo and the mainland, connected by stone bridge to the mainland. Trogir delights visitors to cultural and historical monuments and small streets, as well as art collections with numerous masterpieces.
Sibenik is the oldest Croatian self-proclaimed town on the Adriatic, the capital and cultural, educational, administrative and economic center of Šibenik-Knin County.
It is mentioned for the first time on Christmas 1066 in the gift of Petar Krešimir IV, and is also called the Krešimirov grad. The catedral of Sv. Jakov in Šibenik is the most important architectural achievement of the 15th and 16th centuries in Croatia. Because of its outstanding values, the Cathedral was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2000.