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Croatian Dubrovnik

A beautiful country in southeastern Europe stretches along the shores of the Adriatic Sea with its 1,000 lush islands stealing the show. It gained its independence from the former Yugoslavia in June 1991. The country of 4,300,000, with Zagreb as its capital, has Croatian as its official language and Roman Catholic as its predominant religion. Major cities in Croatia are Rijeka, Pula, Split, and Dubrovnik.

Croatian Split

Medieval picturesque cities are reflected in the absolute blue color of a beautiful sea, embraced by the heavenly Dalmatian Coast. The sun and the sea illuminate its ornate natural beauty beaches, making sailing seem like the only way to admire their boundless beauty. Castles, Venetian villas, medieval temples, flea markets, taverns and picturesque cafes, harbors, and state-of-the-art yacht marinas make up the rich picture puzzle of this amazing country.

In aristocratic Zagreb you will admire the history of the country in its excellent museums. A city with wonderful huge parks, art galleries, great food and organic red wine.

If you are a fan of Game of Thrones you should walk to Dubrovnik, and breathe its cosmopolitan air! In the summer you will love the crazy festivals led by the famous ‘Dubrovnik Summer Festival’.

And if you want the crazy feeling of Hollywood with the frantic beach parties then all you have to do is visit Split.

Croatian Trogir

The "pearl" of the Adriatic, the city of Dubrovnik shines on the southern side of the Dalmatian coast. Visit the fortified castle and walk in the medieval alleys of the city.

Rovinj and Trogir small coastal towns and some other islands sprouting on islands such as Korcula, Hvar, and Vis surrounded by yachts invite you to visit them.

Croatian Visovac

Food is a way of life in Croatia. Fish and seafood dominate, with the famous octopus salad stealing the show. Pasta, polenta, risotto, 'gregada' (fragrant fish soup with potatoes and white wine), a type of pasta 'strukli' (looks like strudel with cottage cheese) perfectly accompanies the traditional dish with pork or turkey, are some of the delicious which you can try in one of the restaurants in the country. Close your gastronomic tour with a piece of 'orahnjaca' (or both .. !!) a rich cake with nuts or a Kuglof round chocolate cake.

The journey to the fjords of the Dalmatian coast has just begun!

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