Croatia travel guide - Information for your holiday in Croatia
There are so many sights in Croatia that it is hardly possible to mention them all - beautiful landscapes, rich culture and historical sights…
One of the most famous sights is the old town of Dubrovnik belonging to the UNESCO world heritage. The town wall is well-preserved so that you can walk all around the old town. The centre of the medieval town of Trogir is a World Heritage Site, too and is definitely worth a visit.
If you stay near the city of Split you should visit the Diocletian’s Palace. This well preserved Roman monument is not only a museum but also houses several cafés, bars and shops.
If you are rather interested in nature than architecture you will love the numerous Croatian national parks. The Paklenica national park is a popular destination for rock climbing. The Plitvice Lakes are a must for all visitors – romantic turqoise lakes, canyons and waterfalls connecting the upper lakes with the lower ones.
Varazdin, situated in the Croatian hinterland, has a beautiful baroque style centre which is often compared to Vienna. Once a year, a festival of baroque music takes place there.