Croatia – Ancient and medieval historical cities, magical landscapes and thousand islands


  • Zagreb – Capital with charm full of myths and legends
  • Split – Diocletian’s Palace (UNESCO World Heritage Site) is a 1700 years old living monument and one of the best preserved monuments of the Roman architecture in the world – build as a combination of a luxury villa – summer house and a Roman military camp (castrum) for the Emperor Diocletian.
  • Historic city of Trogir – Ancient and medieval charming opened-air museum (UNESCO World Heritage Site) and one of the most beautiful island cities in the world
  • National Park of Plitvice Lakes – The oldest and largest National Park in Croatia and as well one of the most beautiful in the world – A Miracle of Nature (UNESCO World Heritage Center)
  • Istria – Gastronomic destination, famous for truffle, wine and olive oil, charming historical cities and villages
  • Zadar – Ancient city famous for it’s art installation Sea organ and Greeting to the sun
  • Dubrovnik – Pearl of Adriatic – open-air museum and former Republic of Dubrovnik (UNESCO World Heritage Site)
  • Island Korčula – Famous for it’s sword dances Moreska and Kumpanija, and as well wine and olive oil. Town of Korčula called “little Dubrovnik”,
  • Island Brač – Bol – most beautiful beach in Croatia called “Golden Cape” and highest mountain of all Adriatic islands Vidova gora with great panoramic views