At Tour Croatia, we organise a lot of holidays to Dubrovnik.
With that in mind, we’ve had a closer look into other tourist attractions in Croatia.
So here goes…
It was built after the catastrophic invasion of Tatars, who had raided this area.
This charming town is also known as “little Vienna”.
The Rastoke Waterfalls are also known as “the small Plitvice”.
At Rastoke, the Slunjčica River splits into several river branches flowing across cascades and small waterfalls into the Korana river.
With sixteen beautiful green and blue lakes, the UNESCO-protected Plitvice Lakes National Park is the most visited natural attraction in Croatia.
Only a 2-hour drive away from the capital city of Zagreb, this is a perfect day trip choice for families.
Situated in the east of Croatia by the River Danube, the city of Ilok is well known for its castle and wine cellars.
Ilok wine cellars are famous for the excellent traminac wine, served at the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II.
Kopački rit is situated in eastern Croatia and is one of the largest preserved wetlands in Europe.
Tourists can take a boat ride across the river to explore the nature or walk the long wooden trails.
Over 250 different bird species nest in Kopački rit.
It boasts the magnificent Ancient Roman Amphitheatre, also known as the Pula Arena.
The amphitheatre was built in the 1st century AD and is among the six largest Roman amphitheatres in the world.
Situated near Šibenik, the Krka Waterfalls National Park is a great alternative to the popular Plitvice Lakes.
Remarkable for enchanting waterfalls and tufa limestone, this is one of Croatia’s most beautiful attractions.
One of the most intriguing attractions in Croatia is the Zadar sea organ.
This experimental instrument plays music using sea waves and tubes located underneath the marble steps, thus creating the beautiful and unusual sounds.
Boasting the spectacular Ancient Roman Palace built by Emperor Diocletian, Split is Croatia’s second largest city and one of its most beautiful destinations.
Apart from the wonderful Old Town, Split boasts the Blue Flag beach in its centre.
Only a 30-minute drive away from Split is the town of Solin.
In the Ancient times, it went by Salona and was a huge administrative centre under the Roman rule.
Today, tourists can visit the remains of the Roman amphitheatre that once could receive up to 20,000 spectators.
The beautiful Hvar town boasts a large square which is also called “Pjaca”, the St Stephen’s Cathedral and the beautiful Old Town with narrow cobblestone streets.
Hvar is one of Croatia’s most popular summer destinations, offering wonderful beaches.
The defensive walls of Korčula Old Town were built in the 13th and 14th centuries.
Korčula is the alleged birthplace of Marco Polo, the famous Medieval traveller and merchant.
Apart from the picturesque Old Town, Korčula boasts wonderful sunny beaches.
This beach is a great choice for families and couples looking to relax and unwind.