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Croatia is situated in Central Europe and is renowned for its diverse landscape, beautiful National Parks and mixed Continental and Mediterranean climates. Visit the capital Zagreb for ancient architecture, museums and art collections or head to Split to experience the Croatian cuisine and vibrant cultural scene.
There are several major airports in Croatia such as Dubrovnik, Zagreb and Split. All have good transport links or you can choose to add an airport transfer to your booking. There are lots of towns and cities and also coastal destinations to explore in this up-and-coming European destination.
- Dubrovnik is a coastal town in the south of Croatia. With a Mediterranean climate and historic city walls, it is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Croatia. Famous as a location in Game of Thrones, the medieval walls and narrow maze of streets make this an interesting and exciting destination.
- Zagreb by contrast has a more central European feel to it, like Prague or Budapest. Boasting several museums and galleries, churches, palaces and city squares. Football fans should pay a visit to Maksimir stadium, take a trip on the Zagreb funicular railway or even take in a show at the Croatian National Theatre.
- Split is the second largest city after Zagreb but it's location on the Adriatic gives it a more Mediterranean climate. The historic town centre is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and features several notable museums, galleries and theatres. The old town is based around Diocletian's Palace, a massive fortress built by the Roman emperor as a luxurious villa and military encampment.
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The Croatian coastline is home to thousands of green islands, glistening waters and interesting wildlife. Explore Krk Island, the largest Adriatic Island, with excellent connections to the mainland. Enjoy a panoramic sailing tour, experience the popular fiestas or visit the array of visitor attractions the island has to offer.
‘The Pearl of the Adriatic’, Dubrovnik is Croatia’s most popular coastal resort. With a long maritime history, historic Dubrovnik has long been a favourite of visitors from Italy and Greece, and in the past decade it’s become increasingly popular with tourists from the UK too.
The Kvarner Riviera offers miles of coastline and a wonderful Mediterranean climate. Visit the charming Opatija, a popular seaside resort rich in stunning architecture. Or discover Rijeka, a vibrant city with an entangled past. Relax in the many street-lined cafes or simply take in the magnificent view of Kvarner Bay.
Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, is rich in history and culture. With distinctive architecture, strongly influenced by its time under Austro-Hungarian rule, the city is incredibly picturesque.
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