Coutry of thousands of islands, rich natural heritage and cultural beauty

Croatia is a country of thousands of islands, rich natural heritage, and cultural beauty. It is a home of colourful cities and the endless blue of the sea, wine regions and eight magnificent national parks. The country offers something for every taste – wander through the streets of Zagreb, the urban capital, relax at one of the numerous beaches along the coast or follow the footsteps of ancient warriors in Split and Dubrovnik. Croatia is full of wonders and well-worth visiting.


Why visit Croatia?

Croatia is a true cultural arboretum – it has the ancient Roman amphitheatre in Pula, in Split a Diocletian’s palace, a romantic Dubrovnik and a baroque Varazdin. Fertile valley of the Neretva is also called the Croatian California and it has. become the largest domestic producer of mandarins and other local products. Step back in time at Brioni the time stopped with the death of Tito and the image of the place is still as it was decades ago. Croatia is also a homeland of Marco Polo, who was a global traveller. His home was the island of Korcula in the southern Dalmatia.


Our top tips when in Croatia

  • Take one of the oldest city funiculars in the world to get from Zagreb Upper Town to the lower part.

  • Spend the day in Plitvice national park and admire the beauty of nature.

  • Cycle though the landscape of Istrian countryside and follow the parh of the old Parenzana trail, taste various local wine sorts and walk up to Motovun village to get the best views.

  • Spend a romantic evening in Dubrovnik, stroll along the narrow streets, admire the sunset from the old city walls and dine at one of the top restaurants in the city.


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