Croatia Trips - Tourist Information Hotels and Holiday Reservations
With its magnificent stretch of Adriatic coast, Croatia has always been referred as one of the most picturesque parts of Europe. The booming travel industry which was interrupted by the war in the ‘90s quickly returned in force and travellers are now flocking to its beautiful coastal and island resorts. The Croats call their state Our Beautiful Homeland, which phrase comes from the first line of the country’s anthem.
Croatia has coastal length of 5 835 km and 1185 isles, from which around fifty-sixty are inhabited and the largest islands are Krk and Cres. Croatia have been welcoming Europeans since long years, especially during the summer, attracting visitors with its endless beaches and clear blue sea. Now travelers from around the world have also discovered this beautiful country, famous not only with its beach resorts, but also picturesque nature, interesting Roman ruins, medieval castles, and of course its warm and welcoming people.
Useful Information About Croatia:
Capital of Croatia: Zagreb
Croatian Area: 56542 km2
Croatian Language: Croatian
Currency: Kuna (HRK)
Croatia Tourist Attractions and Places of Interest:
Best Beaches in Croatia:
Baska (Krk Island), Orebic (Peljesac Peninsula), Novalja (Pag Island), Zlatni Rat (Brac Island).
Recommended Castles to Visit in Croatia:
Pazin Kastel (Istria), Trakoscan Castle (near Varazdin), Stari Grad (Varazdin), Veliki Tabor (Zagorje Region).
Natural Attractions in Croatia:
Plitvice Lakes National Park (145 km southwest of Zagreb), Krka National Park (less than 30 minutes from Sibenik), Kornati National Park (part of the Zadar Archipelago), Paklenica National Park (between Zadar and Karlobag).
Best Places for Strolls:
Stradun (Dubrovnik), Tkalciceva Street (Zagreb), Riva (Trogir), Riverwalk (Osijek), Obala Hrvatskog Naradnog Preporoda The "Riva" (Split).
Best Churches to visit in Croatia:
Holy Cross Church (Nin), Church of St. Mary (Beram), Euphrasian Basilica Complex (Porec), St. Donatus (Zadar).
Regions in Croatia:
Cazma, Bjelovar and Daruvar, Inland Croatia, Inland Istria, Istria, Kvarner Gulf, Lonjsko Polje Area, Lower Dalmatia, Makarska Riviera, Motovun, Groznjan, Livade and Oprtalj, Opatija Riviera, Outside Zagreb, Roc, Hum and Buzet, Samobor to the Zumberak, Upper Dalmatia, Western Slavonia, Zagorje Region.
Cities and resorts in Croatia we will provide with tourist information and hotel accommodation reservations:
Brac, Cavtat, Dubrovnik, Hlebine, Hvar, Karlovac, Korcula, Medimurje, Medugorje, Nin, Novigrad, Orebic, Osijek, Pazin, Porec, Primosten, Pula, Rijeka, Rovinj, Salona, Senj, Sibenik, Slavonski Brod and Dakovo, Split Ston and Mali Ston, Trakoscan, Trogir, Umag, Varazdin, Vis, Vodnjan, Vukovar and Ilok, Zadar, Zagreb.
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