City in Croatia

Dubrovnik

The Pearl of Adria Dubrovnik is one of the most attractive and the most famous cities on the Mediterranean. Along with an outstanding natural beauty and heritage preservation, it is a city with very rich tourist offer. City hotels, high ecological standards and tourist attractiveness are characteristics of this city. The coast is beautiful, with… read more »

Split

Split, the second city of Croatia is the center on Dalmatian coast, along with the picturesque Dubrovnik and it has a lot to offer for tourists of all sorts. Once was an important city under Diocletian, and then was under different rules and today become a somewhat urban mixture, with all different times reflecting in… read more »

Rovinj

Rovinj (approx. 13,550 inhabitants) ranks among the most beautiful places of the Adriatic. It is a picturesque Istrian town known as an oasis of beautiful nature and exceptionally agreeable climate. Rovinj’s area has a very developed tourism and offers recovery in pictorial landscapes and protected areas. Certainly, this town in Istria is not to be… read more »

Zadar

Due to its great and fantastic natural position in the middle of the Adriatic coast, and to the closeness of National Parks: Plitvica Lakes, Paklenica mountain, the unique Rivera Krka waterfalls and a string of wondrous islands called Kornati, Zadar became very attractive destination. It is possible to reach the central Zadar Riviera region from… read more »

Pula

Pula is the most important economic city on the peninsula of Istria . Pula is, with 82.000 inhabitants, the largest city in Istria and represents also the cultural, economical and probably political center of Istria. Nevertheless the official capital is Pazin. On the way after Pula you can notice some scenically and structural changes. The… read more »

Porec

A roman town, later conquered by the Byzantines and Venetians, Porec was an important harbor and today is one of the most integral Istria towns and is worth visiting. It is located on the western part of the Istrian peninsula, between the river Mirna mouth in the north and the Lim Fyord on the south…. read more »

Zagreb

Zagreb is the capital of Croatia. It is the political, cultural and economic center of Croatia. As Rebecca West said in 1937: ‘Zagreb makes from its featureless handsomeness something that pleases like a Schubert song, a delight that begins quietly and never definitely ends. It has the endearing characteristic noticeable in many French towns of… read more »

Trogir

The center of Trogir belongs to the UNESCO’s World Heritage. Trogir lies 20 km to the west from Split. In the town of Trogir in the west of the bay Kastelanski zaljev, lives 8,500 residents. The root of the town was made in the 2nd Century before Christ. Over time, the fortified island city is… read more »

Sibenik

View from the fort Sv. Ana on Sibenik Sibenik is placed in the middle of the Croatian Adriatic coast, in magnificent picturesque landscape in indented bay around the mouth of the river Krka. It was an ancient fisherman settlement, but today, IT IS the administrative, political, economic and cultural center of a county. Sibenik is… read more »

Crikvenica

Crikvenica is a small town settled in the region Kvarner consisted of 12,000 inhabitants. It is the seaside holiday center with 8 km long coast placed near Rijeka. In the year 1888, Archduke Joseph, the brother of the Hungarian king founded the settlement and discovered its medical capabilities. It is a popular holiday destination that… read more »

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