Dubrovnik never ceases to dazzle travelers with its blue waters, fine weather, romantic coastal location, preservation of its historic attractions, and city walls that offer infinite views. Dubrovnik's Old Town is one of Eastern Europe's top destinations, and its calendar of events keeps visitors busy. Don't miss it!
Makarska is a coastal town located between Split and Dubrovnik. Makarska is most lively during the summer months and quiet during the rest of the year. It can be reached by bus from Zagreb, Split, and other Croatian cities. Popular with tourists from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Makarska is also connected to Mostar and Sarajevo.
With its Euphrasian basilica, series of defence towers, and open town square, Porec is both picturesque and pleasant. Visit this Croatian city on your tour of the Istrian Peninsula.
Pula's Roman amphitheater, which still holds concerts, is a huge draw. But Pula has other sights of interest, too. A Venetian fortress, a Byzantine chapel, and a temple ot Augustus are only some of what you can see here.
Opatija, a historic resort town, prompts you to relax with its seaside promenade, multitude of restaurants and pubs, and outdoor theater. Restored villas and gardens remind visitors of the estates the wealthy once kept in this Croatian town.
Split is famous for being home to Diocletian's Palace, a major attraction on the Dalmatian Coast. Croatia's second-largest city, Split is an exciting place to visit. Ancient Roman architecture sets the backdrop for good time - whether you're sightseeing or enjoying the nightlife.
Rovinj is a Croatian fishing port with an old town that exudes worn charm. Known for its architectural beauty and legend of St. Euphemia, Rovinj is a must-see destination on the Istrian Peninsula.