Take a trip to Croatia
Croatia is currently experiencing a massive surge in tourism. Indeed, the country has immense potential with its hundreds of islands and numerous beaches which expand over 4,000 kilometers. The artistic and cultural treasures give the country a major advantage. Inland, you can discover beautiful parks, the Plitvice National Park with its waterfalls, lakes and grasslands or the waterfalls in Krka National Park, an unforgettable boat ride starting from Skradin.
To get the most out of the country, get accompanied by a Croatian tourist guide.
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Five ideas for guided tours in Croatia
The Croatian capital will charm you from the get-go. It is divided into two parts. The lower part of town offers “art nouveau” architecture around its lush parks. There, you can discover palaces, hotels, theaters and museums. For example, the Museum of Broken Hearts, which exhibits testimonies and memories of love stories from all around the world. The upper part of Zagreb, or Gorjni Grad, is the historical heart. The neighborhood is perched on top of a hill, and the only way to access it is by climbing numerous stairs. If you walk along the lovely paved roads, you will find the old romantic squares.
Located along the coast of the Adriatic sea, Zadar is an ancient roman town with multiple remnants but it also has the same energy as a student town. You can stroll through charming white cobblestoned lanes. Especially Wide street (Kalelarga or Široka ulica), the oldest road in the town, which is still to this day, the main meet-up place for the locals. From the People’s Square (Narodni trg), you can admire the Renaissance influences, with its beautiful balconies and palaces. A must-see along the docks of “Riva” is a very unique piece of art : Sea organ. It is a kind of huge music instrument that is activated by the turmoil of the sea, which enters the tubes making harmonious sounds. The melody is completely random and plays eternally thanks to mother nature.
Plitvice lakes (Plitvička Jezera)
The region of Plitvice lakes is a UNESCO world heritage site of humanity. The site is located 150 kilometres south of Zagreb. It is a series of sixteen lakes that spill into one another through waterfalls. There are multiple ways to access these lakes : either via small train, which goes step by step, via electric boats that cross the lakes, or via well designed pathways. You can visit these lakes all year round, each season bringing new colours and different landscapes.
Isle of Mljet
The Isle of Meljet is a real jewel, the ideal location to rest and walk around for a few days. You can get there via ferry, two hours from Dubrovnik. Two thirds of the island is covered by magnificent forests that you can effortlessly walk through on foot, or you can cycle around the lake. One main road goes through the three major towns : Pomena with its bay and its lush islands, Polace with its remnant of the Vth century and Saplunara with its white sanded beach.
The Istrian peninsula is located at the western tip of Croatia. Surrounded by the Adriatic sea, this region is a haven for holidaymakers who are amateur who are interested in seaside activities. The water is crystal clear and the beaches are amazing. However, you should also head inland, the landscape resembles Tuscany. There is a vast choice of places to visit. For example, Porec has a gorgeous beach and a fortified town, two lovely villages Motovun and Grožnjanperched up high, which are both charming. The little peaceful town of Medulon, where you can admire amazingly clear water. Of course, without forgetting the romantic and artistic town of Rovinj.