In my role as British Director of One World Tours Limited, I often ask for the fate I was with, so I try to express my opinion in these places. Here are my most important site suggestions that can be taken during your holiday in Croatia.
The coast of Croatia spreads thousands of kilometers and offers more than 1000 coastal islands. The landscape has a moderate Mediterranean climate that makes it such an attractive destination.
A visit to Zagreb, the Croatian capital, is the centerpiece of culture and science, located between the Adriatic Sea and Central Europe.
Zagreb also offers its tourists the Baroque atmosphere of the Upper Town. There are quaint natural markets that give the browser a lot of shopping opportunities. The country boasts plenty of beautiful green parks that you can visit including interesting places in beautiful surroundings.
Trogir is located in the center of Dalmatia and is considered one of the best stopping places on the Dalmatian coast, which lies on the eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea. Trogir is also a good place to travel to Split, where it is clear that you can see the Diocletian's Palace. Split is the second largest city in Croatia and is located on the coast. As a very old and amazingly beautiful city it is very surprising that many visitors choose it to take advantage of the water sports available here.
Located at Sibnik and along the river Krka you will find Krka National Park. It has many beautiful waterfalls, some of which have naturally fresh water that they can swim. You will see the back of the rugged limestone mountains and the islands of the Adriatic Sea. Whatever age you are, it is a fantastic place for a family to spend some quality time together.
Another national park in Croatia is the Brijuni islands, which have been declared a national park more than twenty years ago. There are totally the islands that make up the park, of which the largest are Veliki and Mali Brijuni.
The islands are a haven of untouched natural pockets that form a natural home for a safari park and zoo.
There are also traces of early Neolithic settlement on the island, but one of the most beautiful archaeological sites is a prehistoric settlement on the hill of Gradina.
Alternatively, the beauty of Plitvice Lakes and the National Park lies in its sixteen lakes, which are connected by various waterfalls. These waters are and are planted in deep forests that are home to the diversity of wildlife, including rare species of birds, bears, wolves and deer.
Zagorje can be described as probably the most idyllic region in Croatia, with its hills, many villas and small towns that span across these hills and rivers, streams and lakes making it a scenic scene that is suitable for the best puzzle.
In the past, Krapina-Zagorje was part of the Austrian Empire, which consisted of the majority of 40 castles and mansions built in the country of this time. The most famous monuments include the Veľký Tábor and castles Trakoscan and Miljana.