Be it medieval towns, UNESCO sites, rich culture or pristine beaches, Croatia has something in store for everyone. It is a traveller’s paradise bridging central Europe and the Balkans.
As it’s rightly said, there are no “best places” in Croatia. Every corner of this country has its own unique charm offering numerous landscapes.
Have you ever visited Croatia? If not, these photos will surely convince you to add it to your must-see list.
Ever heard of Split? No, not the verb! It’s the second largest town in Croatia after Zagreb. Head to the Old Town of Split, which is such a treasure. Explore the beautiful lanes of this area on foot and take in the beauty of the place.
Then there’s Hvar which is a stunningly beautiful island off the coast of southern Croatia, easily accessed from Split by ferryboat. This island in Croatia is amongst the most beautiful fortified harbours exhibiting its 13th-century walls. Just sit back, relax and enjoy the dramatic sunsets here.
If you believe that fantasyland exists only in your dreams and imagination, you’ll be surprised to see the famous Plitvice National Park. Spectacular and intoxicating, one must visit this Croatian jewel!
Oooh, how can we forget Dubrovnik? Our very own Kings Landing is known for being a gorgeous walled city that dates back to medieval times and, of course, Game of Thrones!
Click here to check out the cafes and pubs in Dubrovnik!
If you have a thing for waterfalls, then you should visit Krka waterfalls. Unlike Plitvice (Which is beautiful of course!), you can swim in Krka. Yay!
To get a feel of a romantic old town, head to Rovinj. Its cobblestoned streets will definitely make your heart swoon.
Well, if you want to avoid the popular Croatian cities, then you can head to Rab Island. Once you’re here, make sure to visit Suha Punta Beach, see Pudarica Beach and explore Rab Town itself. It really is stunning.
Speaking of offbeat places, Vis is another Croatian jewel. It retains a sleepy charm offering its unspoiled beauty to the visitors, so make sure to visit if you’d like to ‘get off the grid’ for a little while.
There is nothing that beats going to one of the country’s best beaches of Zlatni Rat. A rare feature to this island is the fact that it changes shape and colour with the wind. It is said that depending on the wind, the tip of the island could change directions from left to right or vice versa.
Saving the best for the last, presenting to you, this beauty – Cetina River!
So, whether you are in Split, Zagreb or Dubrovnik, one will never run out of choices here.