Top Sights in Croatia
Top Ten Visitors Sights in Croatia
Zagreb - No one can claim to see Croatia if not visited Zagreb - Croatia's capital Zagreb is vibrant Central European city featuring neat architecture, talkative cafe society and lot of green areas.
Dubrovnik - Marble pearl in blue Adriatic featuring Renaissance architecture, lively atmosphere and laid-back cafes.
Korcula Town - Locals claim that Marco Polo came from Korcula. It’s clearly rubbish. If the explorer had been born in Korcula, he would never have left ...The most precious Medieval and Renaissance gem.
Diocletian's Palace - Dalmatian retreat of Roman Emperor around which Split was built.
Mljet - Seducing green oasis in deep Adriatic. There are a lot of legend connected with this island - one of them is that Mljet was holiday destination of greek hero Ulysses!
Kornati - group of 130 islands sprinkled in central Adriatic.
Rovinj - romantic Venetian town built on small peninsula. Architecturaly it looks very similar as Korcula , Dubrovnik or Porec - located on small peninsula, surrounded by sea with its historic centre modelled on Venice).
Euphrasian Basilica - Porec - in the historic centre of Porec - an early Christian unique Basilican cathedral.