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Croatia’s most popular attraction, the extraordinary walled city of Dubrovnik, is a Unesco World Heritage Site for good reason. Despite being relentlessly shelled in the 1990s during Croatia’s Homeland War
Plitvice Lakes National Park
A turquoise ribbon of lakes linked by gushing waterfalls in the forested heart of continental Croatia, Plitvice Lakes National Park is an awe-inspiring sight.
Experienfe the town's top-notch restaurants and cocktail bars in business, sun-dazed young revelers do the same for the little dance bars that are the mainstay of the scene. Pack beach gear and shoes suitable for dancing on tables and you'll be set.
The entire western section of Mljet is a national park, where you’ll find two sublime cobalt-colored lakes, an island monastery and the sleepy little port of Pomena, which is as pretty as a picture.
If your Mediterranean fantasies feature balmy days by sapphire waters in the shade of ancient walled towns, Croatia is the place to turn them into reality.
The City’s extraordinary island-speckled coastline is indisputably its main attraction. When set against a dazzling white pebbly beach, the water sparkles with a jewel-like intensity in shades of emerald and sapphire. But shift your gaze from the glittering waters and chances are an almighty mountain will loom into view. The limestone karst is a wonderland of craggy peaks, caverns, river canyons, waterfalls and ridiculously picturesque lakes.