Beauties of Croatia

Just what are the beauties of Croatia? 8 days and 7 nights later you will know them well.

Zagreb – the national capital, the city’s historical center and St. Mark’s church – just to name a few must-see’s while visiting this town.

Plitvice National Park and Split – a few hours drive between Split and Plitvice National Park (Plitvice lakes were entered in the UNESCO register) – this journey is a must-do in my humble opinion.  Split sits on the Adriatic Sea with a historic center of town built around the Diocletian palace.

Hvar– Sunniest island in the Adriatic with a city center close to the harbor.  Charter a small boat, drop anchor and enjoy the sea.  Stay overnight prior to heading back to Split.

Korcula – City known for the birthplace of Marco Polo and one of the best preserved medieval towns in the Mediterranean.

Peljesac Peninsula – Vineyards and olive trees, what is not to love?

Dubrovnik – timeless walled city with Franciscan Monastery and the oldest pharmacy in Europe. George Bernard Shaw stated, “if you are seeking paradise on earth, it is Dubrovnik.”

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