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Things to do in Croatia

Travel to Croatia

Croatia is less talked about than other tropical getaways but is nevertheless enchanting. You will find well preserved medieval towns and the cushiest Croatian beaches located on the Adriatic coast. The weather in Croatia is typically mediterranean with temperatures rising above 35 C. in summer to temps around 11 in the cooler months of winter. There are several beach towns that are worth visiting when you travel to Croatia- Pula, Zadar, Split, and the people of Croatia are typically very amenable and affable to visitors. Consider heading off shore and taking a boat tour of the Dalmatian Islands. Many principalities have competed for this terrain and this has gifted Croatia with rich architecture and heritage- making every town unique and possessing its own charms.

Brač

Brac, the third largest island in the Adriatic Sea, is a territory of Croatia and located just a few miles off the coast of Split. The island’s natural scenery is composed of rolling hills, clear waters, and secluded beaches. Read more about Brac…

Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik is an ancient walled city in Croatia that rests along the Adriatic Sea. It has long been one of the most popular cities in the Mediterranean due to its astounding architecture and gorgeous nearby islands. Read more about Dubrovnik…

Osijek

Osijek is the main economic and cultural hub of Slavonia, eastern Croatia. The city’s ideal location near the confluence of the Drava and Danube rivers make it a prime transportation hub in the region. Read more about Osijek…
 
 

Pula

Since ancient Roman times, Pula has been a prosperous city in the county of Istria, Croatia. It is a popular holiday destination because of its year-round temperate climate, pristine nature, and well-preserved historic center. Read more about Pula…

Rijeka

Rijeka is a city situated on Kvarner Bay, Croatia. Its strategic location makes it a major seaport and transportation hub connecting Croatia to different parts of the world. Because of this, Rijeka has become a significant tourism center accommodating thousands of travelers and holidaymakers each year. Read more about Rijeka…

Split

Split is a city located in Central Dalmatia, Croatia. The city’s superb beaches face the Adriatic Sea and its year-round sunny climate makes it a major tourism hub in the country. Aside from its beach-side attractions, Split also boasts an ancient historic center that depicts the rich and long-standing heritage of the city. Read more about Split…

Zadar

Zadar has one of the most amazing sunsets in Europe and is a beautiful city situated in northern Dalmatia, Croatia. Its churches span the long, extensive history of Croatia and its beaches are frequently visited by tourists from around the world. Read more about Zadar…

Zagreb

Zagreb, with its cobbled-stone streets and medieval architecture, can be compared to more popular cities like Vienna and Prague.
Its diverse culture, strong economy, and varied points of interest make Zagreb a rising tourist hub in Europe. Read more about Zagreb…