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Croatia Holiday, Zagreb, Croatia, Ban Jelacic Square statue front view

4 tourist attractions in Zagreb

Capital of Croatia is in the northwest of the country, along the Sava River, at the foot of the mountain Medvednica. The city is considered one of the most beautiful in Croatia and a leading European metropolis. Thanks to its small size, Zagreb can...

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Golden Horn, Croatia, Europe, Aerial view

Golden Horn - perfect beach for the end of season

Only 300 meters from a rocky, south island Brac in Croatia, nature has endowed with a beach area Adriatic extraordinary, that locals call Zlatni Rat, which translates as the Golden Horn. Clean sand and crystal waters attract tourists from many parts...

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Tourist Attraction, Dubrovnik, Croatia, Wellness and Spa center

5 holiday activities in Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik is one of the most beautiful and bidding tourist destinations in Croatia. The city has something for everyone, from water sports for active travelers to historical and cultural monuments, quality beaches and appetizing cuisine. Here are...

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Croatian Beaches, Kornati, Croatia, Lakes and Islands overview

Top 6 beaches in Croatia

Croatia is known for its clear waters, especially for the beauty of the beaches. If you want a holiday in Croatia, get the list of the most beautiful beaches you can visit, depending on preferences, but also on where you are going to get. 1. Plitvi...

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Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia, Waterfall

Welcome to Croatia

With a coastline that stretches thousands of miles and over 1,000 islands with a temperate Mediterranean climate, Croatia is an irresistible destination. Discover the charming Venetian towns with red roofs photographed by thousands of artists, rocky...

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Dubrovnik, Croatia, Harbor panorama

Dubrovnik - The autumn resort

On the narrow streets, built in white stone, were walking, long ago pirates. Several centuries later, they walked Yugoslav army that destroyed almost 70%. However, the city found the strength to recover fully, so today you get a chance to visit Dubrovnik...

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