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Monday, 31 July 2017

5 Travel Hot-Spots in Croatia that you Must Never Miss

Since its independence in the late 1990s, Croatia has emerged as one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe. With its incredible history, medieval cities, amazing locations and brilliant weather, Croatia is absolutely astounding as a country. With their crystal clear and turquoise blue water, the beaches situated here are luring travelers for many years. People from all over the world love to navigate the pristine beaches of this picturesque country.

If you are planning to visit Croatia, these are the five places you should never miss.

Now a Unesco world heritage site, Dubrovnik is one of the world’s most magnificent walled cities. Known as the Pearl of the Adriatic, it’s a place that is medieval, mythical and occasionally magical, it is one of the most visited tourist attractions in Croatia. To catch the best view just take a walk along the City Walls. It is the finest way to discover this striking land.

Dalmatian Coast- 
Stretches from Zadar in the north to Peljesac peninsula in the south, Dalmatian is the whole southern region of Croatia. Due to the relative lack of crowds, weather, and value, August to October is perhaps the ideal time to visit this place.

The capital of Croatia, Zagreb boasts a beautiful medieval old town. Studded with captivating architecture, bountiful museums, artistic galleries, historical sights, and an explosion of outdoor activities, Zagreb is a city that draws you in slowly. The best of Zagreb will come to you from the people you meet.

Bol is an attractive old town made up of historical stone houses. Zlatni Rat, a famous beach in Bol, is perhaps the best known and the most beautiful beach in Croatia. Ideal time to visit the Bol is from June through September. Lined with pine trees and gardens, this place is simply fantastic especially for the solo travelers.

Mljet National Park-
This place is well worth the journey. Millions of people visit this beautiful park every year. You can get on the National Park in Mljet by renting a boat from Dubrovnik and by numerous tourist charter boats from KorĨula.

There are countless reasons why Croatia is becoming such a travel hot spot. Croatia today feels like a very safe country to visit. Crime rates are very low and you often see bikes and homes left unlocked. Be there to enjoy a memorable holiday. 

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