Streets are white marble; Renaissance sculpture and architecture are everywhere;it's all enclosed in a magnificent circle of walls bordering the Adriatic. Find out more about visiting Dubrovnik or other places to see in Dalmatia.
More than a hint of Venice is apparent in the sculpted stone facades of Hvar town. Add in a whiff of lavender drifting down from the nearby hills and a seaside promenade. Find out more about visiting Hvar island or other places to see in Dalmatia.
Lakes National Park
It's a watery wonderland with sixteen crystalline lakes linked by tumbling waterfalls and bubbling streams. Find out more about visiting Plitvice Lakes or other National Parks in Croatia.
In the heart of Split, it's a city within a city built by a Roman emperor who never forgot his birthplace. Find out more about visiting Diocletian's Palace or other World Heritage Sites in Croatia.
Mljet National Park is uber-island paradise, so enchanting even Odysseus couldn't leave. Or so goes the legend. Find out more about visiting Mljet island or other National Parks in Croatia.
In Istria's Porec, this 6th-century basilica houses the finest intact examples of Byzantine mosaics. Find out more about the Euphrasian Basilica or other World Heritage Sites in Croatia.
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