If you want to go to Croatia for sightseeing, visit the city of Dubrovnik. Thanks to the old town, Dubrovnik has a unique atmosphere. The contrast of the huge streets of Stradun, the narrow and winding streets with all-day strides and a walk through the medieval town will literally excite you. Take the opportunity to walk along the ramparts of long 2 kilometers, including towers and bastions. The view from the fortification walls of the medieval city is magnificent. You will be fascinated by Onofrio's large and small fountains, as well as many other monuments, such as the Sponza Palace, the Baroque Sts. Blažeje, the Prince's Palace or the Roman-Gothic Franciscan Monastery, where the original pharmacy from 13 is located. century.
Croatia and holidays by the sea
Croatia and seaside holidays, that is 6 sites registered on UNESCO's list. Plitvice Lakes, mentioned Dubrovnik, Diocletian's palace, The Euphrasian basilica in Porec and the cathedral in Trogir and Sibenik. Diocletian's palace in Split, registered by UNESCO in the list of the most important cultural monuments in the world. The Diocletian's palace is located in the city of Split, the largest city on the Croatian coast of the Adriatic. It is the economic, transport and cultural center of Dalmatia. It is situated on a peninsula between the Gulf of Kaštel and Split, dominated by the wooded hill Marjan. Split is one of the sunniest spots in Europe because it is protected by the Kozjak Mountains and Mosor.
Sights in Croatia
Other sights include the town of Rovinj, located in the middle of the western coast of the Istrian peninsula. The old city has a harmonious look, the newer parts of the city are still growing around the mainland. The old town is full of narrow streets, passages, picturesque corners and small squares. The city walls with three of the original seven gates were preserved. The sights can be called Trg Square Marshala Tita with a clock tower adorned with St. Mark's Lion. Califfi Palace with the City Museum, 1680 Balbi Baroque Gate, which leads to Trg Giacomo Matteotti, and the world of romantic streets, squares, passages and portals is definitely worth it.