Croatia Tourist Guide:
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Croatia is a beautiful place for solo travelers, couples, and families. Croatia is well known for its crystal clear water, amazing beaches medieval cities, and historic ruins. Two of the most popular places to stay in Croatia are Split and Dubrovnik.
There are many parks, waterfalls, and islands in Croatia that close to Split. Dubrovnik is also an amazing place to visit for its amazing historical architecture, but its beauty is remarkable.
In Croatia, you can also see the pear of the Adriatic, Sample some island charm, wander Roman ruins, and hike through a watery wonderland. you shall enjoy visiting its thriving capital city Zagreb. you can also explore the Italian-like charm of Istria, and the peninsula's enchanting port tow.
Dalmatian Coast of Croatia is a region of intimate ports where the primary European cultures have steeped into an exciting Roman, Austrian, Byzantine, and Slavic mosaic of art & architecture, history & music, organic cuisine & alluring wines. Join us all in the journey, as we capture a historic understanding of this diverse and dynamic culture.
Trogir has an amazing 2300 years of old continuous urban traditions. It has a rich culture that was created under the influence of Romans, old Greeks, and Venetians.
Zagreb is a big city but nevertheless, it has a great transportation system with trains, trams buses, and taxis. Zagreb is the capital of Croatia but the prices are nowhere near as big cities.
Zagreb Cathedral is the tallest building in Croatia and it also has a pretty rough history with like fires and attacks and earthquakes. Mark's cathedral has a really stunning tiled rooftop and Old war tunnels. There also been yellow church square, where Croatia well sort of had the big celebrations after they came second in the world cup celebrating their heroes. Craft beer in Zagreb is possibly the best that has a unique taste. There are many bars around the town and they make their own craft beer. Coffee in Zagreb is awesome and something different you can always go and try the Turkish coffee heated and sand which was a local recommendation. It was a crazy call to see.
This is a beautiful park located in the middle of the city of Split. This Park is about a 30-Minutes walk from the city center. Marjan Park is also known as Green Lung. There are many things to do here including renting a bike, hiking, and amazing 360-degree view. You can also lookup one of the smallest beaches with beautiful crystal blue water. You can go there for a swim or just enjoy the comforting view. This park covers a huge area and you can easily spend the whole day. You can also see a bunch of renaissance-era buildings on the western slope of a hill. A couple of old churches like, from the 12th, 13th, 14th century can also be found during the hiking in the park. You can also overlook the entire city of Split from the top of a hill. There is also a 15th-century hermitage, which was built on the cliffside, which is quite amazed to see. You can also visit a monastery that was built into the rock wall that was pretty cool.
Beaches of Croatia:
There are many beaches in Croatia all along the coast of the Adriatic Sea. Only a few of them are busy, the water was warm crystal-clear.
- Bacvice Beach
- Podstrana Beach
1. Bacvice Beach
This beach is full of peoples and most of the time it is the busiest sandy beach. Big Beach in the town of Omis has a stunning view of mountains and the ocean. This beach is about a 30 minutes drive from the Split. The beach water is so calm, it does not have huge waves. Beach is very important in the life of Split peoples because this is a place where most of them learn how to swim. All the beaches in Marjan Park are less busy and absolutely. This is the place where you can see them playing PC games. It is played with the hands just passing the ball who can keep it longer there are no scores there are no winners only playing for pure fun and pleasure. People of Croatia love to play pizza game, which is playing in Split and its surroundings for more than a hundred years ago. There are five players the first player is the runner of the team carry two players and the left and right one and they are backup runner tells the two players which are the most far away from the beach, they are technical they lead the game there is the mind of the game. The whole point is not t let the ball touch that's the main point but the other point is to cover as much as difficulty polls that have some attractive falls in the sea and something like that.
2. Podstrana Beach
Podstrana is the smallest little town near Split it has olives and grapes tree everywhere, it was so awesome. There is a stunning view of the mountain it's beautiful. Podstrana Beach is located a 10-minute drive from Split, Croatia, with smooth pebbles for sand is an amazing place to watch the sunsets. you can hire paddleboards for 100 Cunha's and enjoy boating in the clear waters of Podstrana beach. Sunsets view in Croatia on this point of the beach is absolutely stunning. Sun is much more beautiful after it's it like the sky just lights up with all these pink and orange-yellow colors that it is just so beautiful like stay and see the rest of the sunset you are missing out.
This seaside promenade downtown split in on the edge of the old town. It is one of the most popular and beautiful places in Split. It has thousands of restaurants, cafes shops. There you can find food extremely expensive as compared to other places that you have visited.
Kalis Fortress: Klis fortress situated above the village of Klis near Split Croatia. This location was also used in game of thrones. It has an incredible view of Split and was the hosted many Croatian Kings. The holes are in the fortress are used to thrown bow and arrows and hot oils. Once you see this 2,000-year-old fortress in person you shall be amazed and wonder what life was like back then and how he defends the fortress from attacks.
Diocletian's Palace is downtown Split close to Riva Harbor, this is so old it’s crazy, built-in like the fourth century as a summer residence and a military camp. It was built for the Roman Emperor Diocletian in one of the best-preserved monuments of the Roman Empire. It makes up about half of the Old Town of Split Croatia. When you go there you make sure to check out the foundation below, the bell tower, and the Crypt. It is scary climbing the bell because the railings are not really safe and it is really high up but the view of the city is spectacular.
Split’s Old Town
Old Town is a maze of cobblestone streets that surround Diocletian’s palace. The center is an old town is known as the People’s square, which is filled with cafes and restaurants. You can spend your day here walking shopping and enjoying local cuisine. Outside the whole town is the statue of Gregory of nin was placed. He was a bishop in medieval times who was known for opposing the Pope and defying the Catholic Church in Rome. Many people things if you rub his big toe and make a wish it will come true.
Split’s Old Town
This is a must-see when visiting Croatia, it’s a series of seven cascading waterfalls into pools below. You can swim at the base of the largest waterfall. You can reach Krka Waterfalls about a 45-minute drive north in Split. It is an extremely busy tourist destination. If you do not see these waterfalls you may regret it.
Omis the town is situated at the mouth of the Cetina River backed by walls and mountains overlooking the Dalmatian coast. It is the sight to be seen, home to the legendary pirates who raided trade ships passing by then retreated to Omis to their well-guarded hideouts. The hideouts consisted of two towers, towers were very well preserved and a great outing for the entire family.
Plitvice Lakes: Plitvice Lakes National Park is located in central Croatia, it is known for its chain of 16 terraced Lakes joined by over 90 waterfalls. There are waterfalls everywhere; you go even walked on top of the boardwalk with waterfalls. Visiting the park is an amazing experience; there is a ferry that takes you to the first set of trails and then just a lot of scenic hiking throughout lush trails with amazing waterfalls. Lakes and creeks everywhere this is a must-see when visiting Croatia.
Dubrovnik’s Old Town
George Bernard Shaw says: "Those who seek paradise on earth should come to Dubrovnik."
This town is entirely surrounded by fortress walls built in the 14th and 15th centuries to protect from invasion. These walls look like the Adriatic Sea and are referred to as the China wall of Europe. There are oranges and pomegranates everywhere. In Old Town of Dubrovnik, the prices of almost all adventures are triple as compared to the cost of anywhere else in Dubrovnik.
Spectacularly view of Dubrovnik is both historic and a hit with tourists. It is Croatia's top destination. Dubrovnik is connected through the big and small boats with the rest of Croatia. you can be sailing along the Dalmatian Coast with its countless islands. They have the same variations theme- rugged limestone features with historic port down and sparsely populated interiors. you can also be visiting the two islands first one is Korcula. Many visitors enjoy its "mini-Dubrovnik" vibe. You can also find the fortified peninsula under a striking mountain backdrop. In the old town, there are narrow passages that come with an easygoing charm. Like the other Croatan towns, Korcula has two parts; The functional, practical side - where most people park, eat and sleep-and the time-warp old town.
Dubrovnik's Old Town
In Mount Srd you will see the amazing view of Dubrovnik's old town and nearby islands. You can drive up on a single lane road hike up or take a quick four-minute Gondola ride. You can also take ATV tours.
There are many places in Croatia you can be visited by boat. Boat Sipan Island is a one-hour boat ride from Dubrovnik. Lokrum island, which is a quick ferry ride where you can hang out on rocky beaches you can also charter a boat the on blow river which feeds into the ocean.
Staying at an Airbnb is amazing not only will you can most likely save money over a hotel. You will be definitely immersing from Croatian culture. You will have more space and the hosts have local knowledge of the places to see restaurants and things to do one example is we had pizza delivered from this amazing pizza place. We are only ten dollars Canadian.
we would have never heard of this place otherwise if you are looking for a place with stunning beauty and plenty of adventurous activities to do then definitely put Croatia on your list of countries to visit