10 most beautiful places in Croatia

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Dubrovnik Dubrovnik is a real pearl of the Adriatic. This beautiful town can be found, perhaps, on the covers of all tourist brochures and catalogs inviting you to Croatia. For its colorful tiled roofs, massive fortress walls and cobbled streets, travelers begin planning their visit to this country. And UNESCO considers Dubrovnik one of the 3 most beautiful Renaissance towns in all of Europe. Find out more about holidays in Croatia at https://tourist.hr/. Plitvice Lakes Plitvice Lakes National Park is a natural park with cascades of lakes and waterfalls. It is located in Central Croatia, away from hiking trails, but this does not prevent it from being one of the most visited natural parks in all of Europe. For the guests, neat paths were laid here, routes were thought out at different times, and the most beautiful points were decorated with convenient viewing platforms. Rovinj This small town on the Istrian peninsula is sometimes called the most fabulous, sometimes the most romantic. However, we can say with confidence that this is the most Italian city in Croatia. For many centuries it was under the auspices of Venice, absorbing its king. Once Jules Verne chose him as a prototype for his works. And now travel agencies are happy to recommend these places for honeymoon travel. Baredine cave The underground world of Baredine will take you 80 meters deep through 5 illuminated halls decorated with amazing miraculous sculptures - stalactites and stalagmites - that have been forming for thousands and thousands of years. At the very bottom, underground lakes are waiting for you, going deep into the depths, which are accessible only to speleologists. And ordinary tourists will be able to marvel at the transparent salamanders, which are also called "human fish". Korcula The island of Korcula in southern Croatia is covered with pine forests and lush Mediterranean vegetation. Steep shores give way to charming coves with pebble beaches and small old towns. Perhaps this is one of the most beautiful islands in all of Croatia. It is separated from the mainland only by a small strait, through which ferries constantly scurry. Ancient Roman amphitheater in Pula The Roman Forum in Pula is one of the most striking and memorable sights. It was built in the 1st century AD. Among such structures, it is considered one of the largest in the world, as well as the best preserved among all the architectural heritage of Ancient Rome. Roads of Croatia Roads in Croatia are a separate attraction of this country. Almost along the entire coast there is a highway connecting north and south. It serpentines along steep banks along picturesque bays, picturesque towns and wild beaches and can make inexperienced drivers nervous. But once you get used to the road, the only thing you will crave is at least one small stopover area to take a few photos with the most beautiful views of the coast. Krka National Park Cascades of 7 lakes, ending with a powerful waterfall, ancient monasteries and a village - a museum surrounded by picturesque landscapes have naturally become a magnet for tourists. During the season, small motor ships from the coast go here, and the main yacht routes also run here. A bonus to visiting this park will be the opportunity to swim in the cool waters of the river of the same name overlooking the waterfall. Trogir The historical part of Trogir, located on the island, impresses with its ancient buildings, palaces, cathedrals, winding streets and well-preserved fortresses. This city can rightfully be called an open-air museum. In the evenings, local residents organize concerts and even small costume shows on the squares, not so much for tourists as for the soul. Blue cave about. Vis This amazing natural wonder is located on one of the most remote Croatian islands from the mainland - the island of VIS. But getting the court is definitely worth it. The bizarre forms of a sea cave, which can only be reached by a small rowing boat, hang over the surface of the water and during the day, when the sun is shining brightly, everything inside is magically filled with an amazing blue light. Croatia is beautiful and diverse. There is something to see here both for nature lovers and connoisseurs of architectural monuments who prefer active rest or classic vacationers who dream exclusively of the beach. Everyone will find something of their own. And everyone will definitely want to come back here.