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Croatia


Product of Greek, Roman, and Slavic influences, Croatia is a flagship destination of the Balkans, rich in parks, lakes, and coastlines. It is an ideal place to enjoy nature and engage in sports and adventure activities. Take a stroll through the cobbled streets of Dubrovnik and Zadar. Admire these two fortified towns and their pastel

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Things to do and see - Croatia

Marvel at cascading waterfalls, and turquoise lakes
Plitvice Lakes National Park
 
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Enjoy waterfalls, crystal-clear rivers, and lush flora
Krka National Park
 
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See one of the most imposing ancient Roman structures in existence
Diocletian's Palace
 
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Explore well-preserved medieval city walls, and charming streets
Dubrovnik
 
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Meet an experimental musical instrument played by waves
Sea Organ
 
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Admire one of the best-preserved Roman amphitheaters
Pula Arena
 
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Visit a city that ranks among the oldest cities in Central Europe
Zagreb
 
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View personal objects from former lovers with brief synopses
Museum of Broken Relationships
 
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Embark on a small boat to see a picturesque blue grotto
Blue Cave
 
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See a stunning old city, and a collection of hidden beaches
Korčula
 
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Step on a charming island with lavender fields
Hvar
 
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Try windsurfing and boating at a beautiful pebble beach
Golden Horn Beach
 
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FAQ - Croatia

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Events - Croatia

October
Independence Day
The Independence Day of Croatia is celebrated on October 8th each year to commemorate the country's declaration of independence from the former Yugoslavia in 1991. It is a national holiday marked by various ceremonies, parades, and cultural events, showcasing the country's rich history and unity. Croatians use this day to reflect on their sovereignty and the progress they have made since gaining independence.
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