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7 amazing places to visit when in Croatia

Croatia has some of the best holiday destinations in the world. Visitors can never fall short of places to visit and sights to explore. Most of the vacation destinations offer visitors unique and exciting experiences. These experiences create lifetime memories and a wish to come back again. These are some of the best places that you should visit if you ever come to Croatia:

 

  1. Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik is a Croatian city and one of the most breathtaking walled cities in the world. The city overlooks the magnificent waters of the Adriatic sea. The city is designated as a world heritage site by UNESCO. It is, therefore, not surprising that Dubrovnik is Croatia’s most exotic tourist destination. Many travelers visit the city for leisure. The main attraction is the pedestrian-only old town dotted with elegant Baroque churches and grand buildings contained within old fortresses. Other than the old structures, the city also has pristine beaches and amazing eateries. You can also get to visit filming locations for Game of Thrones and Star Wars: Episode VIII. Dubrovnik is truly the destination of those who enjoy good living.

Dubrovnik, Image courtesy: Pixabay

 

  1. Plitvice

Plitvice Lakes National Park has 16 natural lakes and is an ideal place to visit if you love nature. It has also been designated as a world heritage site by UNESCO, because of the cultural and historical significance that it holds. The lakes in the park are arranged in cascades. They are characterized by distinctive colors such as azure, blue, grey, and green. These colors change constantly depending on the angle of the sun and the composition of minerals in the water. The destination is picturesque and is excellent for the avid photographer.

Plitvice, Image courtesy: Pixabay

           3.  Zadar

There are several reasons why Zadar stands out as a tourist destination in Croatia. You can explore Croatia without the crowds because the city receives fewer visitors compared to cities found on the southern coast of the country. Zadar has famous sunset spots where visitors can have a glimpse of the most beautiful sunsets in the world. You can also have some fun busting a move on the solar-powered public dancefloor known as the “monument to the sun”. The city is also known for hosting amazing music festivals.

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Zadar, Image courtesy: Pixabay

  1. Split

Split is Croatia’s second-largest city. The city is a seafront gem with amazing beaches that will make your visit worthwhile. Split is a blend of modern and ancient with just the right mix of modernity and tradition. You can get to visit Diocletian’s Palace which has been named a UNESCO world heritage site to have a feel of history. The city also has a buzzing nightlife that many people find interesting.

Split, Image courtesy: Pixabay

  1. Pula

The city is known for having several ancient Roman buildings. Tour Pula and explore some of the best-preserved Amphitheater found outside of Italy. Pula is also the best place to visit for wine lovers because it produces some of the best Malvasia wine. You can also soak the sun along its sandy beaches.

 

Pula Amphitheater, Image courtesy: Pixabay

  1. Krka National Park

Krka National Park is a place with significant natural value and a wonderful place to tour. The park allows visitors to become one with nature and experience the beauty of a preserved ecosystem. Key attractions in the park are the seven waterfalls.

Krka waterfalls, Image courtesy: Pixabay

  1. Rovinj

The city is one of the leading tourist destinations in Croatia. The Old Town of Rovinj is an especially amazing place to visit. Other wonderful things that make the city stand out are the Golden Cape Park Forest, the Lim Bay, and the Church of St. Euphemia. Rovinj is also a romantic city and, therefore, ideal for a romantic getaway.

Rovinj, Image courtesy: Pixabay

 

Croatia is a beautiful country with lots of amazing places to visit and explore. Visitors are also attracted to the country by the fair prices charged on accommodation and other tourism facilities. As a result of this, Croatian property has been blooming.

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