Place in Croatia

Osijek

Osijek is the biggest town of Slavonia. It has a major economic, cultural and administrative centre, has impressive wide streets, gardens, and two city centres, a Austro- Hungarian one and a 19th century commercial centre in Gornji Grad. Contents 1 How to get to Osijek 2 Webcam Osijek 3 Picture gallery for Osijek 4 Insight… 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 »

Novi Vinodolski

The City Novi Vinodolski is one of the most important holiday places of the Kvarner bay. Due to the vineyards that surround Novi Vinodol city, the place has got the name (Vinodolski means the wine valley). The Frankopan family has in the 13th century established the settlement called “Novi” (new). For this reason the place… read more »

Lovran

Lovran is located about 7 km south from Opatija. The modern part of Lovran (the name derives from the frequent laurel bushes) extends from the slopes of the hill Gorica along the coast to the foothills of Opatija. The old town has settled on a small peninsula. Lovran belonged to the Croatian Kingdom, the Patriarchate… read more »

Buzet

Buzet (5,000 inhabitants) calls itself the main istrian town of truffles (Cita Tartufo). Even if this may sound exaggerated a little, fact is that the desired mushroom at the best in the surrounding forests of the me well valley prospers. Otherwise Buzet as typical istrian mountain and fortress town and traffic junction show up. Buzet,… read more »

Premantura

Premantura is a place on the southern part of Istrian coast, known form the Bronze Age as an important settlement. Premantura lies at the cape of the peninsula of Kamenjak, and in former times is famous as a nature park with the unique view on the Istrian coastal landscape. In this region are numerous protected… read more »

Vodnjan

Vodnjan is settled on the hill within the beautiful Mediterranean vegetation and climate. It is a small town placed on the southwestern part of Istria with 3,700 inhabitants, and is about 3, 5 km distanced from the sea and approx. 10 km from the town Pula. Vodnjan has developed on the remains of the pre… read more »

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