12 Sep Croatia
Croatia, a country situated in Southest Europe, to the east of the Italy, has recently piqued the interest of curious travellers searching for sunshine, sand and scenery. With approximately 1,200 islands, azure waters and picturesque villages rich in history,Croatia is drawing more and more travelers to its shores. In fact, Croatia closed the 2012 tourism year as the Mediterranean’s fastest growing destination, luring travelers with its pristine national parks, adventure sports and UNESCO World Heritage sites such as the medieval Old Town of Dubrovnik.
With thousands of miles of seafront and more than a thousand islands, Croatia’s coastline is Eastern Europe’s Riviera. Holiday-makers love its pebbly beaches, predictably balmy summer weather, and dramatic mountains. But there’s history here as well: from ruined Roman arenas and Byzantine mosaics to Venetian bell towers, Habsburg villas, and even communist concrete, past rulers have left their mark. Most travelers flock to the Dalmatian Coast, where dramatic cliffs rise from the deep and islands are scattered just offshore. But savvy travelers make time for more: the Venetian-flavored Kvarner Gulf and Istrian Peninsula, the stunning waterfalls of Plitvice Lakes, and Zagreb, the nation’s engaging capital.
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