Croatia Tourist Attractions - Many It Has!
A small sample of many tourist attractions
Croatia has on offer
There are a number of options when it comes to European
holiday destinations and this includes some hidden gems beyond the usual favorites. Croatia is one such location to
consider, with this country being an affordable destination that has some fantastic attractions for visitors to
From beaches to historic sites to picturesque scenery,
Croatia is a pretty amazing holiday spot. In its "Secret
Europe" mini guide, Lonely Planet has recently included two
locations from Croatia amongst 50 of Europe's Best-Kept Secrets - the island of Lošinj and the Museum of Street Art
|Located on the west side of the Island of Vis,
Komiža is a small picturesque town typical of many small towns located along the Croatia's
Adriatic coastline and its islands (Image by
Where to head
There are all kinds of destinations to choose from when
considering a trip to Croatia. Many of these lie along the country’s Adriatic coastline, with Dubrovnik city being the most prominent. This city is
considered the jewel of the country and is steeped in history.
Other locations to visit on the coastline include Split and
Pula, and the islands of Korcula and Hvar are also impressive destinations. The capital of Croatia, Zagreb, lies in
the north west of the country and is the largest city. Its northern section, Gornji Grad, dates back to medieval
times and is a popular spot for tourists. However, these are only a few of the places to stay. Anyone looking
to save some travel money with bargain holidays online can find plenty of places to choose from.
|Blue trams are a popular means of transport in
the city of Zagreb, arriving here to one of many public squares in the city (Image
What to see
Croatia’s natural beauty is one of its top attractions and
one of the best is the Plitvice Lakes, with the area around these 16 connected lakes designated as a national park.
There are also many historic buildings to see around the country. This includes the Roman amphitheater in Pula, the Diocletian’s Palace in Split, and the Euphrasian Basilica in
Walking the historic walls that surround Dubrovnik is something that many
visitors to Croatia want to do. Other attractions include the mountain scenery around the Premuzic Trail and
exploring the Elaphite Islands.
|The Pula Arena is the only remaining Roman
amphitheater with four side towers and with its Roman architecture entirely
preserved (Image by Freeimages.com)
Croatia has warm sunny weather during the spring
and summer seasons. This is especially so along the coastline, with a Mediterranean climate making it a fine
destination for tourists. The climate is also perfect for vineyards and this means there are some delicious wines
to enjoy with delicious Croatian cuisine.
Anyone looking for an affordable vacation in Europe will find
plenty of bargain holidays online when it comes to Croatia. Added to the great attractions the country has to
offer, this makes it a splendid destination for all to have the time of their lives.