Three Different Faces of Croatia
Croatia has always been associated by Adriatic Sea and rich culture. The portrayal of Croatia has often been associated just by Dalmatia and Dubrovnik Region, but this stunning country has so much more to offer. We are going to present you three major cities from different corners of Croatia so you can see that Croatia has a lot more to offer then what first meets the eye. Croatia is a destination that you can visit during the whole year and not only by summer!
Located on the eastern seaside of the Istrian Peninsula, beneath the mountain Učka lies the city of Opatija. Widely known as the center of the stunning Kvarner Riviera, Opatija has one of the longest standing traditions of tourism in Croatia. The mild Mediterranean climate mixed with a stunning natural landscape made it a perfect tourist attraction since the turn of the 19th century for elite tourism. Famous long coastal promenade Lungomare (10 km) filled with gardens and fountains made it a perfect tourist hot spot that fused tradition and high-quality service. The hotels and resorts in Opatija offer everything you need for your holiday.
Opatija being top wellness and congress destination in Croatia combined with its surroundings makes it a very attractive tourist resort at any time of the year.
Congress facilities (more than 50 halls with up to 900 seats), 11 indoor swimming pools, wellness programs, casinos, discos, 2,000-seat summer stage, carnivals, festivals, possibility of short trips to the surrounding countryside or all-day trips to Plitvice Lakes and Risnjak National Parks, or Venice is part of Opatija's tourist offer.
There are numerous other shows and festivals which attract guests during all seasons of the year.
The capital of Croatia, often forgotten destination by the tourists who are more likely to visit the famous Adriatic Coast is a real gem of history and culture. Called by many a city of museums, in recent years Zagreb has made a lot of strides to establish itself to become one of the most popular Central European cities to visit! The city is divided in three main sections: Novi Zagreb ( New Zagreb) which followed the expansion and increase of the population opening many residential buildings, Gornji Grad ( Upper Town ) the historic part of the city containing many of the iconic buildings which tell a story with picturesque architecture presented also by many museums and art galleries , Donji Grad ( Lower Town ) scattered by shops , restaurants and parks represents a perfect retreat for leisure time for both locals and tourists alike.
The beauty of our capital city is that Zagreb is perfect place to visit at any time of the year. In the winter during the famous Advent Festival across the vibrant streets of Zagreb that lead to the heart of the city on the Ban Jelacic Square, you can enjoy perfect Christmas Holidays. In the autumn you can stroll around tree lined Strossmayer Promenade and visit medieval Stone Gates. During the summer you can enjoy beautiful walks across the famous Jarun and take part in many festivals across the city. Spring would be the perfect time for shopping and visiting unique places like Sunday flea market at Britanski trg and Dolac Market while exploring the stunning Maksimir Park.
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The city of Dubrovnik is situated in the southernmost part of Croatia. For decades Dubrovnik has been one of Croatia’s main tourist destinations. Described as “the pearl of the Adriatic” it holds one of the most beautiful heritage sites in Europe. World famous Old Town has been recognized by UNESCO in 1979 for its historic importance. The medieval city holds stunning architecture dating back from 10th century, divided by its main thoroughfare Stradun and encircled by 2-kilometers long city walls which tells the story of its rich history. Exploring this amazing monument of history, attending stunning summer festivals, and enjoying crystal clear Mediterranean Sea will tick the bucket list of any visitor. Dubrovnik’s filmesque setting has been used in popular culture such as HBOs Game of Thrones series to propel its reach in recent years, is not the only attraction that Dubrovnik has to offer.
Dubrovnik region itself spreads to Peljesac Peninsula to the north and enveloped by Montenegro to the south. The surrounding area rich with islands and stunning natural scenery offers an alternative perspective which will enrich your holiday in Croatia’s most visited city!
Combine the best of both worlds and experience the ultimate holiday by cruising the Adriatic Coast and traveling the stunning scenery of Croatia on our combo tours! Visit Croatia from both perspectives!
Dalmatia,North Croatia,Istria & Kvarner
Summer 20-35 | Spring 2-25 | Autumn 4-22 | Winter -4-16
Nearby AirportDubrovnik Airport
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