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Detail of the main street of old town dubrovnik.
Old Town, Dubrovnik

Its mainland territory split like trouser legs into two parts separated by Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia’s north and northeast consists of undulating countryside dotted with lakes, its inland leg is densely wooded and mountainous, while its most often visited terrain is its stunning rocky coastline on the Adriatic Sea. Croatia’s tourist industry has been reborn over the last 20 years, and its charming seaside towns, historic centres and offshore islands are the focus of attention for many visitors who see within its natural beauty, perfect holiday locations to rival its main Mediterranean neighbours, Italy and Greece. Its rugged cliffs, peninsulas and inlets scattered with Roman ruins and pretty villages along with its wonderful climate and great cuisine, have helped transform this war-ravaged zone of conflict into an international travel hotspot.

Zagreb is the country’s capital, built on the site of ancient Greek settlements dating from the 4 th century BC and featuring fascinating Roman ruins. Visit here the Croatian Museum with its impressive display of Neanderthal remains, or enjoy an evening at the splendid Croatian National Theatre. The architecture of this city has a distinctly baroque flavour, the chequered history of this zone having left traces of its previous Venetian, Italian and Austro-Hungarian rule. The city lies just three hours from the popular coast, and is well worthy of exploration with its lively arts scene, elegant restaurants and trendy boutiques. Near to Zagreb is the excavated Roman town of Andautonia, now forming the centerpiece of an Archaeological Park where visitors can see the remains of the city baths, main street, colonnades and side streets.

Evening lights on the island of Hvar, Croatia with yachts and sailboats docking for the night.
The island of Hvar

The city of Split also displays rare relics of its Roman past, the amazing Diocletian’s Palace being a World Heritage Site. While in the Dalmatia region, an unmissable stop is the wonderful city of Dubrovnik, its delightful old town containing a series of historic landmarks such as a 14 thcentury Franciscan church and monastery within its incredibly well-preserved medieval city walls. Meanwhile Korcula Town on Korcula Island, one of the larger Adriatic Islands, has been compared to Dubrovnik in miniature and is famous for being the birthplace of Marco Polo as well as for its 15 th century Moreska sword dance, often performed during summer months. The beautiful walled town of Trogir is situated on a tiny island between the mainland and the island of Ciovo; its delightful narrow streets are packed with excellent restaurants, cafés and shops. From here, you can take a boat trip to the islands of Drvenik Mali and Drvenik Veli whose attraction is the unspoilt and quiet coves and beaches which make them the perfect destination for total seclusion.

Inland, the countryside of the Plitvice Lakes National Park, consisting of a wonderful composition of woods, lakes and waterfalls, has become one of Croatia’s top sights, a haven for nature-lovers, with plenty of opportunities to spot wildlife such as deer, wild boars and bears, and a well-designed series of walkways and hiking trails for visitors.

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