​Reasons to Visit: 

  1. It is Like Going Back in Time: Walking around this old town feels like you have traveled back in time, you can expect ornate arches, baroque splendor and ancient medieval lanes.

  2. Living UNESCO World Heritage Site: The UNESCO sites make Dubrovnik the ideal destination for culture fans, as pretty much everywhere you walk is centuries old. Some of the best spots to take a look at are the Medieval Franciscan Monastery which has one of the oldest pharmacies in the world, the spectacular grandeur of St. Blaise Church and the imposing turrets and high walls of St. John’s fortress.

  3. Game of Thrones Set: It’s easy to see why Dubrovnik was chosen for several scenes in the hugely popular Game of Thrones TV series. The Medieval vibe here needed very little added except the iconic characters strutting around in their costumes.

  4. The Food: Croatian cuisine features grilled and barbecued fish and seafood which has often been caught the same day, so it’s literally sea fresh.

  5. The Cable Car: One of Dubrovnik’s more recently added attractions, the bright orange cable-car offers jaw-dropping views of the Old Town and sea beyond.


​Reasons to Visit: 

  1. Inland Dalmatia: It is a combination of raw beauty, agro-tourism, a rich and turbulent history, adrenaline sports and fabulous food and wine.

  2. The National Parks: Croatia is a country of astonishing natural beauty, and visitors to Split have the options offered by the sea, the mountains and the national parks. Among the most popular day trips are visits to Plitvice Lakes, Krka Waterfalls and Kornati National Park.

  3. Adventure Around Every Corner: From rock climbing and hunting, to sailing and kayaking, white water rafting and spearfishing, to hiking, horse riding and cycling, Split is an exceptional base from which to enjoy an active adventure holiday.

  4. Heritage like NO Other: Pride of place in the sightseeing stakes is the 1,700 year-old Diocletian's Palace, built for a Roman Emperor, and very much a thriving community today.

  5. What the Locals Call the Laganini Lifestyle: The Split waterfront is a place of style, sun and relaxation. Laganini, they call it. There are few cities in the world where the waterfront is packed most of the day, every day.


​Reasons to Visit: 

  1. Swim at the Foot of Seven Cascades: Krka National Park is just over an hour's drive away. Visitors enter by taking a short cruise up the emerald Krka river, through a pine-cloaked limestone gorge, to Skradinski Buk. A gorgeous swimming area is roped off at a bend in the river below the crescent of waterfalls.

  2. Inland Beauty: Three national parks - Paklenica, Plitvice Lakes and Krka - are crammed between the crystal-clear Adriatic sea and the dusky Velebit mountains, offering hiking, rock-climbing and swimming in waterfalls.

  3. Giant, Solar-Powered Public Dance Floor: To celebrate such magnificent sunsets, the artist Nikola Basic, decided to build what is called the “Monument to the Sun” on the edge of the Zadar waterfront. All day a 22-metre disc, supposed to represent the sun, soaks up solar rays only to dazzle people with them in the form of colored light patterns as night falls.

  4. The Giant Sea Operated Harmonica: Formed by cleverly cutting steps into a section of the concrete waterfront promenade. These have underwater pipes in them that sound musical notes when filled with water - and create a harmonica effect that sounds as if each wave is gently sighing.


​Reasons to Visit: 

  1. The City's "Defenses": The city is walled and has seven towers remaining of the many that once acted as the city’s defenses. Quite a few of them have restaurants and other eateries, so one can enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity of dining in a medieval building. 

  2. Traditional Dances: Korčula is also famous for Moreška, a traditional sword dance that made its way to the island in the 16th century. Usually performed in the summer, its modern version portrays the battle between a White King and his men (dressed in red) and a Black King, who has abducted the White King’s bride.

  3. Visit the Beaches: The island is punctuated by several small beaches all throughout – sandy, rocky and pebbled – owing to over 241 km of coastline.

  4. St. Mark Cathedral: Built in a Gothic-Renaissance style, St. Mark Cathedral is made of Korčula limestone. Its door pillars are framed by figures of Adam and Eve with lions on top of each, and the facade is also adorned by the figures of a two-tailed mermaid and an elephant.

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