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Croatia has emerged as one of the popular tourist destinations in Europe, being increasingly recognized for its beautiful coastal destinations and historic towns!

There are several recognized tourist regions in the country, providing ample choices for visitors who wish to explore some of the more beautiful parts of the country.

Croatia Tourism: My Personal Must-See-Cities...


The city of Dubrovnik is located along the coast facing the Adriatic Sea and its historic core is designated as UNESCO World Heritage site. It is a city that traces its origins to the ancient times and this is manifested in the numerous historic buildings and structures in the area.

One of its highlights is the Sponza Palace, a 16th century structure that is currently used as the National Archives. Its cathedral is another prominent landmark, containing the relics of Saint Blaise, the city's patron.


Another popular city in Croatia is Porec, located in the peninsula of Istria. The city is also an old one, identified to be about 2000 years old. Much of its layouts and structures are well-preserved from the Roman times.

Of particular interest is the temple dedicated to the god Neptune, built during the 1st century AD. The city also boasts of its own UNESCO World Heritage site, the Euphrasian Basilica that underwent reconstruction during the 6th century.


Located within the Split-Dalmatia county is the town of Trogir, which features numerous historic buildings like churches, palaces, and towers.

One of its most prominent religious structures is the St. Lawrence church, an example of Romanesque-Gothic architecture. It is also frequently visited for its west portal, made by a famous native artist Master Radovan.


Another UNESCO World Heritage site is the Cathedral of St. Jacob that is found in Sibenik. Construction of this structure started during the early part of the 15th century and was completed during the next century. It is of Gothic style, with a prominent dome that was bombed in 1991 and repaired afterwards.

Croatia Tourism: Excellent Boating Possibilities

Sailing and yachting enthusiasts often head out to the Dalmatia-Zadar region where the coastal parts provide ample place for anchorage and exploration. It is also where the Kornati National Park is located.

There are also numerous attractions located within Central Croatia. Pilgrims from all over the country and the continent often head out to the shrine of Maria Bistrica, dedicated to the Blessed Virgin. There are also several churches in this region that were constructed in Baroque architecture.

Zagreb, Croatia's capital must be included into the itineraries of culturally-inclined individuals. This city boasts of numerous museums and art galleries containing some interesting and often priceless art pieces.

Tip: There are so many destinations you can visit during your vacation...but, there is one place you MUST visit - nature lover or not:

...the Plitvice Lakes, an extensive national park composed of sixteen lakes separated by travertine barriers that resulted from the accumulation of moss and algae deposits. During different times in a year, the lake surfaces change its colors due to the varied quantity of minerals and organisms they contain.

It is one ideal destination for those who wish to indulge in nature walks, animal viewing, and bird watching. Opportunities for boating and canoeing are also available, while some visitor may just content themselves with enjoying the spectacular natural sceneries that abound in the area.

"There are no foreign lands. It is the traveler only who is foreign."
- Robert Louis Stevenson

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