Top 5 Places To Visit In Croatia

THE WONDERS OF CROATIA

Flagship destination in recent years, Croatia attracts millions of visitors each year and not without reason! With its fantastic landscapes, sunny cities, turbulent history and culture so rich, Croatia seems right for adventure seekers and changes. Here is a list of the main places to see during your stay!

# 1. THE CITY DUBROVNIK

Of course, we start this little top with the most famous city in the country, Dubrovnik which, contrary to what one might think, is not the capital of the country! However, the architecture of the latter with its fortifications makes it certainly the most beautiful of Croatia, the latter being nicknamed the “Pearl of the Adriatic”. World heritage by UNESCO, the panoramas are superb and the atmosphere very pleasant. For fans of the Game of Thrones series, it is also a filming location of the famous King’s Landing, where the Lannister family reigns supreme.

# 2. THE PLITVICE LAKES NATIONAL PARK

The second most popular destination in the country, the Plitvice lakes seem straight out of fantastic and magical worlds. The contrast between lush vegetation and the color of the water amazes visitors, who come in numbers every year to admire the beauty of nature. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the park includes a succession of sixteen lakes that flow into each other by magnificent waterfalls. Many wooden pontoons have been installed to allow visitors to get closer to these wonders without denaturing the place.

# 3. THE ELAPHITE ISLANDS

And yes, Croatia is home to well over 1000 islands in the Mediterranean! So if you want to visit some of them, we strongly advise you to choose the archipelago of the Elaphiti Islands composed of six islands as beautiful as the others and near Dubrovnik. The water is incredibly clear and the nature quite wild, many hiking trails are possible, leading to beautiful beaches and coves.

# 4. THE CITY PULA

We leave the vicinity of Dubrovnik to go to the city of Pula, which will also charm you. Combining modernity and vestiges of the past, Pula is attractive both for its activity and its architecture with very Italian inspirations. Its main attraction is its amphitheater, built in Roman times and still very well preserved today. Its city center and port are also very pleasant to visit and the city is home to many cultural events.

# 5. THE REGION ISTRIA

More generally, the Istria region (where the city of Pula is located) is itself a beacon of tourism in Croatia. Its green and rocky landscapes contrast with the turquoise sea. Its many Venetian and Italian influences make it the charm of the region, as well as its particularly divine gastronomy. By visiting the region, you will go from surprise to surprise, in the landscapes are varied.

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