The oldest and the biggest Croatian national park – 16 lakes and waterfalls on the UNESCO heritage list.
Small millers village called ”Little Plitvice” is the best intro to the Plitvice Lakes National park.
The city of Pula hides the best preserved Roman amphitheater in the world.
Many refer to Rovinj as the pearl of the Adriatic. Find out why.
Poreč hides the big Croatia attraction – Euphrasian basilica, the UNESCO heritage site.
The most beautiful monument of the Byzantine art in the Mediterranean is located in Poreč city.
The smallest town in the world and the home to Biska, mistletoe brandy.
The baroque capital in Croatia and the city of angels.
One of the rare examples of a ”wasserburg” in Croatia.
The most beautiful castle in the northern Croatia which is now a museum with the original castle furniture.
The Kumrovec Old village is an open air museum and the birthplace of Tito.
Veliki Tabor is the best preserved medieval defensive fortress.
Krapina city is the home of the biggest neanderthal site in Europe.
The original medieval gate to enter the Upper city, now a Virgin of Stone gate chapel.
Zrinjevac park is the oldest park in Zagreb city.
The colorful rooftop of St Mark’s church is one of the symbols of Zagreb.
The Zagreb canon strikes everyday at noon so synchronize your watches.
The shortest cable car in the world is right here in Zagreb.
Mirogoj cemetery is the symbol of religious tolerance of the people of Zagreb.
Opatija marks the beginning of tourism in Croatia and is one of the famous health destinations in Europe.
Rijeka is the home of torpedo and of the best Carnival in Croatia.
Šibenik is one of the rare Croatian cities that was actually founded by the Croats.
Split developed from a summer palace built by the Roman emperor Diocletian. The palace is UNESCO listed heritage.
The city governed by Venice more than 400 years is also listed as UNESCO heritage.
Dubrovnik, one of the world’s best preserved medieval cities.
Krka river national park is a home to the second oldest water power plant in the world.
Explore Brijuni islands national park and find the dinosaur footprints on the island.
Marija Bistrica is the biggest pilgrimage site in Croatia famous by the Black Madonna statue.
Kornati islands national park is famous by the cliffs on the southern sides of the islands.
A part of Mljet island is a Croatian national park and is known as the green island of Croatia.
Hvar is known as the Sun island famous by it’s superb wines and UNESCO listed Hvar lacemaking.
Zagreb is the Croatian capital, the city of million hearts.
Ban Jelačić square is the main square and a meeting point for the locals.
Zagreb Chatedral is the biggest sacral building in Croatia.
They call Dolac ”the belly of Zagreb”. Find your ”kumica” and try something local.
If you want to try the local way of life which includes a lot of coffee, you have to visit Tkalčićeva street.