Summer Escapes in the Dalmatian Coast
Krka National Park
Scenic and serene, Krka National Park is a spectacular blend of natural scenery, historic sites and wildlife. Located near Krka River, this national park is famous for its pools of green-blue water and superb waterfalls. The park provides boat excursions and well maintained walkways to hang around.
The birthplace of the Marco Polo, a famous merchant traveler, Korcula is a wonderful combo of sandy beaches, vineyards, charming villages, olive groves and lush green forests. The major town of the island is Korcula Town, which is a notable town with colorful markets, splendid architecture, and other tourist attractions.
Zagreb is the capital and the largest city in Croatia. This lively city is full of modern and historic attractions. Zagreb is a sprawling cosmopolitan city and the heart of Croatian academics, culture and government. The city has an Upper and Lower town, Upper town is a historic core for tourists to visit cobblestone streets, old towers and churches.
Almost 3000 year old city, Zadar is located on a wonderful coastline. Zadar is considered one of the best tourist spots in Croatia because of its famous and amazing sightseeing attractions which includes medieval churches, Roman ruins and many magnificent churches. Besides these, tourists will find Zadar’s coastline all along the string of lovely beaches.
Situated on Croatia’s Istrian Peninsula, Rovinj is an archipelago of more than 20 islands. Narrow streets of arches, cobblestone, stairways and other amazing architecture makes the Old Town an adorable spot. Another interesting feature of the Old Town includes 7 antique city gates, St. Euphemia’s Basilica church and 12th century town clock. You can also visit Carrera Street full of colorful shops with some amazing art galleries.
Hvar is one of the best places to see in Croatia. It is a wonderful Croatian island famous for its lavender fields, lush vineyards and beautiful beaches. Hvar’s major city, also known as Hvar Town is an interesting city, featuring marble stone streets, splendid palaces, 13th century walls, sublime churches and beautiful old fortresses.
Also known as Pearl of the Adriatic, Dubrovnik is a must visit place in Croatia. Situated on the southern tip of Croatia, Dubrovnik founded in the 7th century. Orange color rooftop houses make Dubrovnik a different and eye catching place for tourists. Apart from this, Dubrovnik is loaded with numerous historic features like beautiful palaces, old defensive walls, amazing churches and cobblestone streets.