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    Croatia stretches along the Adriatic and is home to over 1,000 islands – some of which are among the most charming in Europe. The country is also home to 7 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, which include dramatic, centuries-old towns that continue to win the hearts of travellers as well as filmmakers for their magnificence and well-preserved architecture. 

    The Croatian countryside offers an abundance in natural beauty, with numerous old-world wine regions that date back to Ancient Greek settlers. Besides offering an impressive history with numerous sites that you can visit and admire up close, Croatia is a cultural melting pot – it’s right at the intersection between Central and Southeast Europe, bordering countries like Slovenia, Hungary, Serbia, and Montenegro. 

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    • Dubrovnik

      Dubrovnik overlooks the Adriatic Sea in southern Croatia, and its Old Town is one of the most beautiful in the world. Encircled by 10th-century walls, its labyrinthine streets are pleasant places to wander, and many of its historical buildings are still in remarkably great shape. The Stradun is the main thoroughfare – an elegant strip full of cafes and stately buildings. The Square of the Loggia is a popular meeting spot, featuring the Loggia of the Bells which dates from 1480. History lovers should make the trip to Fort Lovrijenac, which also hosts Dubrovnik’s famed Summer Festival.

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    • Split

    • Pula

    • Makarska

    • Zagreb

    • Rovinj

    • Hvar

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