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Best Croatian Holiday Cities

There are a great many reasons to visit Croatia, from the spectacular beaches such as Zlatni Rat to the incredible museums and national parks such as Krka and the Plitvice Lakes. The country also features more than 1000 beautiful islands making it one of the fastest growing and most popular holiday destinations among the British tourists.

Based on statistics, about 1 million British travelers visited Croatia in 2017 within the first six months. The number grew to about 1.4 million in 2018 during the same period. Currently, the area is experiencing a huge number of visitors from across the globe, with the majority attracted to the irresistible towns and villages.

The country has everything you could be asking for and since there’re great treasures hidden within the major towns of Croatia, this article presents the best holiday cities based on the country’s seaside.

  1. Dubrovnik

This’s one of the dream cities in Croatia that has everything that every traveler would ask for. The city’s situated in an excellent location just near the calm waters of the Adriatic Sea. Besides, it’s considered as the most-up market destination and a home for many cultural heritage sites in the country and all over the world. People love this town due to its wonderful beaches, five-star hotels, and the fact that the famous television series, the Game of Throne has been shot here in some recent years. Additionally, the chirping birds that sings every morning, and common sun that shines every day makes this city one of the most-liked holiday destinations.

  1. Pula

This features one of the oldest cities in Europe that existed since the Augustan times. It holds one of the best tourist attractions in the country of Croatia making it one of the major holiday attractions. It attributes great temples such as the Temple of Augustus, a number of arches such as the Sergii, and a breathtaking amphitheater. Other attraction sites in this city include the Pula Aquarium, Communal Palace, the national park of Brijuni, Austro-Hungarian Fortresses, and Gate of Hercules.

  1. Sibenik

Although not considered as one of the major holiday destinations in Croatia, this city features one of the best attractions that you wouldn’t want to miss seeing. One of the greatest attractions in this region includes the St. James Cathedral (Sibenik Cathedral) which is known as one of the World-Heritage sites of UNESCO, the Civic Museum, Dalmatian Ethno Village which’s a part of Solaris-Beach-Resort complex, national park of Krka, and Meštrović’s and Drnis Burial Place.

  1. Zadar

Just located beside the sea, this great city of Croatia offers a number of glorious attractions that no one would want to miss. What makes it wonderful is the fact that it’s easier to explore by foot due to the beautiful pedestrian-friendly-streets made of beautiful fine marbles. Additionally, those seeking sand and a burst of lovely sunshine can explore the beautiful beaches of Zadar. Other great sites that make this city a great holiday destination includes the Cathedral of Zadar, the Archaeological Museum of Zadar, Church of St. Donatus, national park of Kornati (Nacionalni Park Kornat), and The Sea-Organ and Greeting to the Sun.

  1. Rijeka

This city has a great many reasons to visit Croatia. It contains old buildings, streets, and homes that date back to the 18th century. Moreover, old churches and castles make Rijeka a wonderful holiday destination. Others include the Old City Tower, Natural History Museum, Coastal Village of Moscenice, and national park of Risnjak, and the Maritime and Historical Museum and Governor’s Palace.

In conclusion, there are many other reasons to visit Croatia other than the above-mentioned attractions. Visiting this country will guarantee your enjoyment and pleasure in a great deal due to the wonderful Croatia property you will be able to see.


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