The Capital of Croatia with its unique 11th century cobbled streets, the wonderful buildings, the colourful outdoor markets, the imposing cathedral, the beautiful squares, the parks parks, the National Theater, and the countless cafes, bars and restaurants. Even if Zagreb is away from the sea it still deserves a visit in the summer.
Some people call Split the “Flower of the Mediterranean” while others have baptised it as the “Crown of the Dalmatian Coast”. Both fit Split perfectly. History at every step, sunny beaches, Mediterranean tastes, and a stunning medieval city full of life. Split is unexpectedly dazzling.
Dubrovnik is an all times classic destination with its medieval city, that was once Venice’s rival. Dubrovnik old town is entirely built of white stone and marble with walls rising almost forty meters above the sea, where at the beautiful central square the time seems to have stopped ages ago on the baroque facades of the majestic buildings that surround it.
Korcula Old Town – Korčula Island
The town where it seems that time has stopped many many years ago…
For its Roman Ruins, the Arena that when seen in a photo some may think that is the Colosseum and of course its amazing sunsets!
For fewer crowds… relaxing walks by the promenade feeling the sea breeze and a truly Croatian experience!
Nature’s marvel that will definitely astonish every single visitor no matter what… Read more here