Blessed with magnificent scenery and incredible history and enriched with folk traditions and delicious regional foods and wines, here is a region so divine that it has been named one of the best travel destinations in the world. Mediterranean, European, and Balkan influences have formed an ancient and distinctive culture throughout its pastoral countryside to its shimmering coastlines. Powerful mountain ranges have carved legacies in their midst while fairy tale castles and walled seaside villages stand as a testimony to its tumultuous past. Once the site of one of the bloodiest crossroads between Europe and Asia, it gained international recognition and independence in 1992 and today is a gorgeous and peaceful land that beckons passionate travelers from all over the globe. From its lush national parks teeming with flora and fauna and stunning waterfalls to its glistening chain of lavender and citrus scented islands in the sun drenched Adriatic Sea, this is truly one of the most beautiful spots on Earth. A journey to Croatia is a lovely and indelible memory that lives with you forever.
Seeing Croatia for the first time is a life changing experience. To visit time and again is to re-affirm life.
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Diocletian’s Palace is a must see attraction in Split. Diocletian’s Palace is one of the most significant structures located in the Old Town of Split, Croatia. It was constructed for the Roman Emperor Diocletian in the 4th Century in 305 AD as it was part of Roman territory back then. He voluntarily gave up the throne of the Roman Empire …Continue reading
After you’re done exploring amazing Diocletian’s Palace, one of the places you don’t want to miss in Split is Marjan Hill. Marjan Hill is a protected area that is located on the west side of the city. It is easily accessible by foot from the city center. While you are walking up the hill, there are many different viewpoints to …Continue reading
Croatia’s famous and fabulous coast has been a beacon for European travelers for more than a century (actually millennia when you consider Diocletian’s Palace and traces of Roman summer villas out on the islands). Peak season has long been July and August when the sea is warmest along the Mediterranean, and families flee northern Europe for their long vacations, and …Continue reading