Most Romantic Island Town
That would be Hvar Town on Hvar Island. The view of the Pakleni islands just offshore is dreamy. Couples can hop a boat to one of the Pakleni islands for serious skinny dipping. If you're not yet part of a couple, you may be soon after a night in one of Hvar's sleek bars.
Most Romantic Midnight Stroll
Stradun in Dubrovnik is gorgeously illuminated at night. The buildings and monuments acquire a golden glow and the street is nearly empty of tourists.
Most Romantic Daytime Stroll
Strossmayerova in Zagreb's Upper Town is the city's "lovers lane". The tree-lined 19th-century promenade is a quiet refuge from the city's bustle and the views over Zagreb inspire romantic daydreams.
Most Romantic View
Approaching or leaving Korcula Town by ferry you get a gorgeous view of the old town topped with clay roofs and compressed onto a narrow peninsula.
Most Romantic Coastal Town
The fishing port of Rovinj steeped in romance. Wander hand and hand through cobblestone streets admiring the Venetian-style houses and startling bell tower.
Most Romantic Inland Stroll
The wooden walkways of Plitvice Lakes National Park are damp with the spray of glorious waterfalls that link the 16 azur lakes.
Most Romantic Sunset
Zadar's sunsets were first praised by Alfred Hitchcock and have now become the town's major tourist draw. As the sun sets, Zadar's famous sea organ delivers an enchanting musical accompaniment.
Most Romantic Seaside Stroll
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The Lungomare that extends from Opatija to Lovran is a shady path running along the rocky coast affording splendid views of the Kvarner coastline and plenty of benches to sit and contemplate the scene.
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