The country is like a 'jewel' in Southern Europe

The small country in the Balkans is still unknown to visitors despite its spectacular nature, long history and unique culture.

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Zadar city, Croatia.

Zadar - the ancient city on the Adriatic shore

Visitors can spend a few days in Zadar to explore the enormous architectural treasure, spanning about 2,000 years. One of the outstanding stops in this city is the Roman arena. There is a public square built in the 1st century BC, surrounded by the St.Donat church built in the 9th century, the house of the nunnery. Mary built in the 11th century and the church of St. Anastasia - the largest Dalmatian region. Photo: Phant.
Zadar city.
Seen from above, Zadar is like an oasis, surrounded by blue sea. At night, the whole city shines with the light of old houses, an ideal place for pedestrians. In addition, Zadar is considered the most clean city in Europe thanks to the modern wastewater treatment system. Photo: Xbrchx.
 Dubrovnik city

Dubrovnik in southern Croatia

About 4 hours away from Zadar by car, visitors will come to Dubrovnik, located on the Adriatic coast. Coming here, you seem to be lost in wonderland with red tile houses stretching on the blue coast, somewhere faintly lavender - the typical flower of this city. Photo: Ajan Alen.
 Dubrovnik city
The highlight for travelers in Dubrovnik is the journey to discover the Game of Thrones film studio. The guide will take guests through the old town to learn King’s Landing or visit Fort Lovrijena. You can also climb up the wall surrounding the old town, from this position to see the panoramic view. Photo: Valentina Photo.
Plitvice national lake

Plitvice national lake

In addition to the nearly 1,800 km coastline and many landscapes, Croatia also owns Plitvice - the oldest national park of nearly 300 km2, in Balkans. Plitvice is considered the emerald of this country and also one of the most beautiful natural landscapes in Europe. The population consists of nearly two dozen green lakes, 92 waterfalls, and Plitvices forest, a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1979. Photo: Diego De Munari.
Plitvice national lake
Walking on narrow roads, surrounded by lakes and waterfalls, green forests and soaring mountains, you will feel like you are lost in a fairyland. Another way to admire the Plitvice landscape is to sit on a boat. Photo: Soloviova Liudmyla.
The cuisine of "bold" Mediterranean in Croatia.

The cuisine of "bold" Mediterranean

To Croatia, you have to try seafood of "bold" Mediterranean. The dishes here are processed with richness and delicious taste. Fresh seafood dishes are also specialties of Croatia in particular and the Balkans. Some suggested dishes such as Brodet - tuber and vegetable stewed seafood or Bakalar - salted cod and mashed potatoes; Crni Rizot - black octopus. Photo: Zoryanchik.

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