Sightseeing of Istria & Kvarner
The most well-known sights of Istria:
the Ancient Roman amphitheatre in Pula – one of the largest remaining constructions of its kind in the world, Euphrasian Basilica, national park Brijuni.
The main sights of Kvarner:
Croatian national parks Paklenica and North Velebit, the Frankopana castle, the famous Plitvice lakes park in 130 km from Kvarner.
Sightseeing of Split & Zadar
The main sights of Split and Middle Dalmacia:
Diokletian`s Palace (UNESCO), ancient Trogir city (UNESCO), Salona roman town, Biokovo park, Starigrad fortress, the Blue Cave on Vis isle.
The main sights of Zadar and North Dalmatia:
KRKA and Kornati islands national parks, Sibenik and the Cathedral of St James (UNESCO), architecture of Zadar city.
Sightseeing of Dubrovnik
The main sights of Dubrovnik and the main sights of South Dalmacia:
old center of Dubrovnik (UNESCO), valley of the Neretva river, Mostar city, national natural park Mljet, fortress Ston and Stonska Solana, oyster farm.
The famous Dubrovnik is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
The main Zagreb sights: Donji & Gornji Grad of Zagreb
Zagreb is an ancient European city, the first mention of it dates back to 1093.
Zagreb was never built as a national capital, and only after the declaration of independence of Croatia in 1991, when Zagreb took the title of the capital of Croatia.
Zagreb county, Croatian Zagorje and central part of Croatia sightseeing
Zagorje is a neighborhood of Zagreb and the most picturesque region of Croatia.
Croatian Zagorje with its picturesque hills, numerous small rivers and woods is located in the northwestern part of Croatia. The nature of this region inspired not only creative perople — artists, poets and writers.
The best season to explore Zagorje region of Croatia is the autumn, when the hills and nature around multicolor – yellow, orange, red, gold!
National natural parks in Croatia
Croatia is wonderfully rich in natural landmarks and beautiful scenery.
On the territory of Croatia there are 8 national nature parks, the total area of which is 994 sq.km., 235 sq.km. of which are water parks.
Plitvice Lakes national natural park is listed on the list of the world natural monuments of UNESCO.
TOP 10 places to visit Croatia
In Croatia there are a large number of unique landmarks and national parks.
There are 7 UNESCO sites, and 19 natural parks
There are many ratings, and even more opinions about the sights of Croatia. We give you one of the ratings of the Top 10 places to see in Croatia.
10. Sibenik city and its famous St.James Cathedral
9. Split city and its luxurious palace of the Roman Emperor Diocletian
8. Pula city and Roman Amphitheater
7. The sunniest island Hvar
6. European capital of Croatia – Zagreb
5. Zadar city
4. Wonderful island Rab and its sandy beaches
3. National nature park Plitvice lakes
2. Dubrovnik city “the pearl of the Adriatic”
1. Mysterious and romantic city Rovinj