Cultural and historical inheritance, unique nature and attractive tourist resources are the main reasons to visit Croatia. Croatia has a rich heritage that goes back thousands of years, for example, world-famous building – Arena in Pula – is the sixth largest roman amphitheater in the world.
Croatian coast is one of the most rugged, with many islands. 1244 islands, reefs, cliffs, numerous beaches, traditional Dalmatian song, restaurants and picturesque built stone cities will not leave anyone indifferent.
Although Croatia is today known as an excellent destination for summer vacations, natural phenomena such as the Plitvice Lakes are stunning also in winter. Continental Croatia is full of diverting tourist attractions and contents. Visit Zagreb, Osijek, Vukovar or one of the other cities and explore Croatia, land of tradition. Take part in numerous manifestation and social events which Croatia is abundant, visit museums and cultural institutions and find out about the history of Croatia.
Continental Croatia has developed great rural and health tourism that will provide everything required for perfect holiday for those who do not come only for the sun and the sea.
Vukovar is located in north eastern part of the Croatia. The city lies on the major transport routes, and Vukovar port is an important import and export station. Danube was, and still is, Vukovar’s connection with Europe and the world.
Osijek is a city in eastern Croatia. It is located in a valley on right coast of the river Drava. The largest city in Slavonia and fourth largest city in Croatia. The city is the industrial, administrative, judicial and cultural center.
Zagreb is the capital city of Croatia and it is largest city by population. The city is a special single, territorial, administrative and self-governing unit with the county status. It was developed from two neighboring settlements, Gradec and Kaptol, which form the core of today’s Zagreb.
Castles of Croatian Zagorje
The specialty of tourist offer of Croatian Zagorje are feudal castles and ruins of medieval fortes. Fifty castles were built mostly in baroque period, in 17th and 18th centuries.
Kumrovec is a municipality in Krapina. It is the birth place of Josip Broz Tito. Near Kumrovec, in the beautiful landscape of Zelenjak, there is a monument to Croatian anthem singed in the idyllic nature and Museum “Old Village” Kumrovec.
Rastoke are suburb of town Slunj. Watermill village is situated in place where small river Slunjčica flows into river Korana.
Pula is the largest city in Istria. It lies on the southwest area of the Istrian peninsula in a well-protected bay. It is known for its mild climate, calm sea and untouched nature. City has a long tradition of winemaking, fishing, shipbuilding and tourism, and it is also a transit port. Pula is Istria’s administrative center since ancient Roman times.
Split is the largest city in Dalmatia, second largest city in Croatia, second largest Croatian port and third port on Mediterranean by number of passengers. In the city center there is old Diocletian Palace from 4th century (under UNESCO protection since 1979.), which is unique in the world.
Zadar is a city on the Adriatic coast, and center of broad regional complex of north Dalmatia and Lika. In Zadar You will be able to participate in cultural events, festivals, sports and entertainment activities, visit one of the many marinas or try some of the local specialties in restaurants.
Dubrovnik is a city in southern Croatian and one of the most historic Croatian tourist destinations. In 1979. city of Dubrovnik joined the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites.
Take a tour
Croatian Zagorje region with picturesque hills, vineyards, numerous small rivers and forests, wooden houses and magnificent castles are situated in northwest part of Croatia. Visit the Museum of the Peasant Revolt, ethno village Kumrovec and the castle Trakošćan.
Take a tour to Pula, the largest city in Istria County. The city where old and new merge, known for its mild climate, calm sea and untouched nature.
Town Zadar offers you many tourist attrations,in combination of historical beauty and all benefits a modern traveler needs. Šibenik stands out with its unique position in picturesque and spaceous bay on the mouth of river Krka.
Would you like to see the main sights in Dubrovnik? This unique excursion offers the chance to explore fantastic architecture and history of this famous town.
Trogir was founded by the Greeks. Its old part, preserved until today, consists of Renaissance and Gothic buildings, built in period from 13-15th century. The excursion continues to town of Split whose sights have 1700 years old history.
In 1985, Krka has become 7th and the youngest Croatian National park. It spreads on 111 kilometers and is on river Krka which flows in Adriatic Sea. After Krka you will visit Šibenik- town museum.