10 "Must See" Places in Croatia

No. 1-DUBROVNIK

Number one on "must see" list, this magical city in southern part of Croatia is truly “the pearl of the Adriatic”. Dubrovnik was greatest rival to Venice between 14th - 19th century and thrived as independent republic.

Thick stone walls at some points exceeding 25ft. encircle and protect the old section of the city now entirely under UNESCO protection. Dubrovnik is one of 10 “must see” attractions not only in Croatia but in entire Europe. It has become favorite port of call for almost every commercial cruise line as well as private yachts.

Dubrovnik was originally built by Greeks as Raguia and then came the Romans who called it Ragusium or Ragusa. Then came Napoleon in 1808.

OTHER MUST SEE PALCES IN CROATIA

2. Rovinj-The most picturesque Mediterranean town in the Adriatic

3. Pula-The best preserved Roman amphitheater in the world

4. Motovun/Livade (Central Istria)-The newest truffle capital of the world

5, Opatija-The most elegant seaside resort town, former playground of Habsburg nobility

6. Plitvice Lakes-Unique gift of Mother Nature; 16 cascading lakes connected with spectacular waterfalls

7. Diocletian's Palace in Split-UNESCO protected monument and the largest Roman palace ever built

9. Island of Hvar-"Party Island" featured in CBS' "60 Minutes" as the European summer playground

10. Dalmatian Coastline with more than 1200 islands

 

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