Croatia’s Most Spectacular
Croatia has a lot to offer; charming cities such as Dubrovnik and Split, a breathtaking coast, beautiful nature and landscapes. For these reasons, Croatia’s popularity has been increasing in the last couple of years among tourists. Are you thinking about visiting Croatia soon? We have listed some of Croatia’s nicest places to visit.
Croatia’s capital, Zagreb, is 900 years old. Old architecture, as well as modern architecture, can be found in the dynamic city, the height difference between the old upper part of the Zagreb and the new lower part is nearly 40 meters. Two of Zagreb’s highlights are St. Marks’ church and the museum of broken relationships. Zagreb offers a large number of activities and cultural sites. If you are looking to relax and enjoy the country’s nature, Zagreb offers many parks and nature.
Besides Zagreb, Croatia has other popular and beautiful cities. Dubrovnik is a historical city surrounded by Muralles de Dubrovnik, city walls which were built between the 11th and 17th centuries. This area is protected by UNESCO. The city is surrounded by subtropical plants and trees and it is very close to Lokrum, an island in the Adriatic Sea. While you are in Dubrovnik do not forget to visit Lovrijenac, an impressive fortress just outside the city walls.
Another famous Croatian city is Split. It is a coastal city, best known for the Diocletian’s palace, one of the best-preserved palaces from Roman times. Split has many historical cathedrals, temples and sites to offer such as Cathedral of Saint Domnius, Peristyle Square and Jupiter’s temple. Split and Dubrovnik are located in the region of Dalmatia. Dalmatia is the most visited part of Croatia. The spectacular beaches, blue sea and breathtaking nature attract many tourists every year. Dalmatia is located in south-western Croatia.
Hvar might sound familiar to you, this is because of the popularity of the beautiful island. The island is also known as the ‘lavender island’ because of its beautiful beaches, green vineyards and lavender fields that spread a wonderful scent.
Brac is one of the largest islands of the Adriatic Sea. It is located near the coast of Split and according to the residents, the sun shines almost every day. The beach with pine trees is particularly famous amongst tourists.
Poreč is another popular summer destination. The famous sixth century Episcopal Complex of the Euphrasian Basilica in the Historic Centre of Poreč is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The architecture of the buildings in the centre of Poreč is of Venetian style because of the city’s history.
Zadar was once the capital of Croatia. The city is 3000 years old and is located on the Dalmatian coast. The city’s rich history can be admired; Roman ruins, medieval architecture and many old churches including the St. Donatus Church, a church from the ninth century.
Make sure you visit this beautiful country with your family, friends or partner! It surely has a lot to offer; city trips, coastal cities, national parks and beaches.