You're in for a treat – Croatian gems await you ...
Zagreb, the capital of Croatia and a charming Central European metropolis.
Plitvice National Park, Croatia’s most-visited UNESCO-listed national park known for its emerald pools, many cascades, and wooden walking trails;
Split, the second largest city in Croatia that tells the story of a 17 centuries long history, back when the Roman Emperor Diocletian decided to build his palace there;
Dubrovnik, unavoidable ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’, King's Landing in Game of Thrones, with ancient city walls, limestone streets, baroque buildings and endless beauty…
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