This Croatian capital is renowned for its gorgeous, walkable city center, boasting almost one thousand years of rich history. The cobblestone walkways, crimson rooftops, and towering steeples are sure to make a strong impression as they invite you to discover all of Zagreb's hidden gems.
With a surreal location, mesmerizing architecture, and dynamic cultural offerings, this coastal beauty is giving Croatia's other top destinations a run for their money.
Zadar is a city full of history, featuring a delightful concoction of medieval elements, Roman ruins, Venetian architecture and Renaissance flare.
Follow in the footsteps of the Emperor by exploring Diocletian’s Palace and a beautiful region home to countless islands, picturesque natural landscapes, such as Biokovo Mountain and Zlatni Rat beach on the island of Brač, and a rich culture that will challenge all your preconceptions of Croatia.
The architecture of Pula is shaped by traces of its long-gone inhabitants; Classical, Romanesque-Gothic, Baroque, Austrian Secession architecture, Italian Novecento, and contemporary creations.
History aside, Pula is a busy city on the sea that succeeds in retaining a charming small-town appeal.
Plitvice Lakes National Park
Plitvice is one of Croatia’s most heavily touristed attractions and a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1979. The national park lies in between the capital city Zagreb and Zadar by the coast, and although it is tourist infested in the high season, it is a definite must-see if you are traveling through this region.
Thanks to its ecosystem preservation, this large national park is a pristine area of extraordinary natural value.
The main purpose of the park is to assist science, culture, education and more recently tourism, thanks to the introduction of recreational activities for its visitors.
Korčula marvels the senses with its undeniable beauty and casts a permanent spell of wonder to all those who walk among its ancient stones. With many vineyards, olive groves, thick pine forests, quaint villages, and hosting a glorious old town, the island of Korčula is one of the largest in the Adriatic sea, extending nearly 47km in length.
Hvar is one of Croatia's largest islands at 182 square miles (300 square km) in size. It's also one of the sunniest destinations in the world, with almost 8 hours of direct sunshine on average per day.
In the words of George Bernard Shaw: “those who seek paradise on Earth should come to Dubrovnik.” Known as the Pearl of the Adriatic, Dubrovnik is certainly a sight to behold.
With over a thousand-year-old history, this ancient walled city is a living museum and a live stage. It is a place that perfectly blends its historical past and the modern day, and is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.