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17 things not to miss in Croatia


17 things not to miss in Croatia

From the blissful islands to the ancient cities, not forgetting its outstanding natural beauty, here are our top things to see and do if you are visiting Croatia.

10 Things Not To Miss In Croatia

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Cultural mix, ancient architecture and endless beaches Croatia is understandably one of Europe's favorite holiday destinations Popular with backpackers, families, tourist and sunseekers alike.

Discover centuries-old traditions and the remnants of the civilisations that have passed through and taken root in this remarkable land.

Salona was an ancient city and the capital of Roman province. The name Salona preserves the language of the early inhabitants of this area. Salona (or Salon) is situated in today's town of Solin, right next to Split.

You'll notice remains of a covered aqueduct from the 1st century, public baths and other ancient churches. There's also a small museum near the entrance which sometimes has informative leaflets.


With 1,244 islands, islets and crags to be exact, and every one of them surrounded by crystal clear waters, it’s time to come aboard! Island hopping is undoubtedly the best way to discover the Croatian coast from a truly dazzling perspective.

This fabulous Route of 1,000 Islands concludes with a visit to the minute Porer at sunset! Can you imagine a more special place to spend a night than this stunning centuries-old lighthouse perched atop a round, 80 metre-wide crag? It’s bound to be unforgettable!


If you’re a nature or an animal lover, love to get out of the city or like to know where your food comes from, there is a place in Europe where you can still lose yourself in truly virgin and diverse landscapes.

Exploring the waterfalls and caves of the local paradise of the Plitvice Lakes National Park, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Split is busy and big it's Croatia's second largest city but it remains one of the Adriatic's most vibrant port cities stunningly located between mountains and sea.

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Visit Croatia: 5 Things You Will Love & Hate About Visiting Croatia

The Best & Worst of Croatia.
Visiting Croatia? Here are the five things that tourists will love and hate about visiting Croatia.
I love Croatia. I hate Croatia
Hate #1: Getting there out of season
Hate #2: Traveling Around the Country by Public Transport
Hate #3: Summer Crowds
Hate #4: Summer Heat
Hate #5: Dealing with Exchanging Money
Love #1: The Natural Beauty of Croatia
Love #2: The Beautiful Towns
Love #3: The Food
Love #4: It is affordable
Love # 5: Great tourist infrastructure
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Travel Dubrovnik, Croatia - Top 5 Things to Do

Take a tour of Top 5 Travel Attractions of Dubrovnik, Croatia - part of the World's Greatest Attractions series by GeoBeats.

Hey, it is your host, Naomi. I would like to give you a tour of the top 5 attractions of Dubrovnik (Croatia)

#5: City Walls - Erected to protect from foreign invaders. Today attracts hordes of tourists. Check out the great views.

#4: Dubrovnik bridge - It is a sleek modern suspension bridge. Named after the first President of Croatia.

#3: Stradun - its the central street of Dubrovnik. Has fascinating baroque architecture. Also known for shopping and major events.

#2: Old City - A UNESCO world heritage site. Well preserved in spite of the recent war. It is a rare cultural and historic place.

#1: Beaches - Experience the Dalmation coast. A great way to beat the heat while enjoying pearl of the Adriatic.

Dubrovnik, Croatia - Top 20 Things to Do & See in Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik, Croatia - Top 20 Things to Do & See in Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik is the most famous, most visited and most expensive tourist destination on the Adriatic Sea. This romantic city boasts an impressive history and many beautiful historic attractions. An UNESO World Heritage Site, the old town is perfectly preserved, and full of wonderful Renaissance, Gothic, and Baroque palaces, churches, and monasteries. The most popular attraction in Dubrovnik is pedestrian-only old town and surrounding city walls. Since Game of Thrones showcased the city’s beautiful architecture visitors have flocked to Dubrovnik to see “King’s Landing” in real life. One day in Dubrovnik is still enough time to explore the most exciting sights. Here's what you need to know about the best attractions and things to do in Dubrovnik: 1. Pile Gate, 2. Onofrio Fountain, 3. Walk the Stradun street, 4. The Rectors Palace, 5. Explore the City Walls, 6. Have a drink at a Cliff Bar, 7. Old town port, 8. Visit a Banje beach, 9. Lovrijenac Fortress, 10. The Bell Tower, 11. St Blaise's Church, 12. Dubrovnik Cathedral, 13. Sponza Palace, 14. Ploce Gate, 15. Saint Ignatius Church, 16. Jesuits staircase, 17. Gundulic Square, 18. Franciscan Church and Monastery, 19. Dominican Monastery, 20. Take a cable car ride to SRĐ hill.
There is a lot to see but all in a very small area so it’s easy to cover in one day.
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Top 10 Things to Do in Split and Dubrovnik, Croatia

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Croatia Travel: How Expensive is Traveling in CROATIA?

In this video I spend a day in Croatia and show how much things cost.
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5 Things To Do in Split, Croatia - Dalmatia

Big & Small Travel welcome you to Split, Croatia. Split is located in the heart of Dalmatia, where the Adriatic blues mix with a vibe that’s part Mediterranean cool, part Italian verve. This coastal gem offers many great attractions, including Marjan Park, Diocletian's Palace, and the picturesque Riva waterfront of Old Split. It’s also an ideal spot for island-hopping to hotspots including Brac, Hvar, and the often-overlooked Solta. Enjoy our video, and check below for more info on our favorite spots and the specific places mentioned in the video:

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15 Things to do in Split, Croatia Travel Guide

Join us in this travel guide to Split, Croatia as we cover food, attractions and some of the best things to do in Split. Having traveled extensively in Croatia in 2017 we were thrilled to return again to properly visit Split. After enduring brutally cold weather in Venice, Italy enjoying the warmth of Split and chilled pace of Split was a welcome relief.

15 Things to do in Split City Tour | Croatia Travel Guide:

Intro - 00:01
1) Diocletian’s Palace (Dioklecijanova palača) - 00:45
2) Bell Tower Cathedral of Saint Domnius (Katedrala Svetog Duje) - 01:43
3) Mausoleum of Diocletian - 02:47
4) Temple of Jupiter (Jupiterov hram) - 03:28
5) Crypt - 04:50
6) Basements of Diocletian’s Palace - 05:37
7) Underground Market - 06:30
8) Konoba Fetivi for Seafood - 06:42
9) Marjan Hill - 09:17
10) Varoš Neighbourhood - 10:05
11) Grgur Ninski Statue - 11:11
12) Riva Promenade - 12:05
13) Harbour - 13:17
14) Green Market - 13:43
15) Bokeria Kitchen & Wine Bar for truffle mayo burgers - 14:25
Outro - 15:43

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Our visit Split travel guide covers some of the top attractions including a food guide to local Croatian food, top sightseeing tourist attractions and the city by day and by night including visiting palace, mausoleums, cathedrals, ruins and more. We cover activities you won't find in a typical Split tourism brochure, Split itinerary or Split, Croatia city tour also known as Grad Split Hrvatska.

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It is no secret that Croatia is one of our favourite countries to travel in Europe, and Split is a destination that can’t be missed.

Set in and around the walls of an ancient Roman palace looking out to the Adriatic Sea, Split is what travel dreams are made of: sunny, scenic, and filled with historic sights and culinary delights.

The streets are marble maze where pieces of history lay hidden around every corner, the harbour is lined with cafes and palm trees drawing out locals and visitors to promenade in the sunshine, and let’s not forget about the abundance of restaurants serving up fresh seafood and Croatian dishes with a contemporary twist!

Join us in this travel guide as we take you on a tour of the city and show you 15 things to do in Split, Croatia!

Diocletian was a Roman Emperor who ruled from the years 284 to 305. He was born in Dalmatia, and when it came time to build his retirement residence, he chose this very spot which today forms the Old Town of Split.

It made sense to start our tour of Split here. First, the bell tower for a quick look at the city from above. Next to the bell tower, you have the Mausoleum of Diocletian. Emperor Diocletian was a persecutor of Christians, and ironically, his mausoleum is now a cathedral named after Saint Domnius, who was martyred by Diocletian.

We walked over to the Temple of Jupiter. Interesting fact: the sphinx you see at the entrance was one of the twelve sphinxes brought from Egypt by Emperor Diocletian.

The crypt sits directly underneath the cathedral and it’s dedicated to Saint Lucy, another victim of the religious persecutions under the rule of Diocletian.

We walked through the underground market which is open to the public free of charge. This market is also located at basement level and it is filled with vendors selling all types of artwork and souvenirs. We also walked up the Marjan Steps for scenic views of Split.
Marjan Hill is 178 meters high and it takes 314 steps to reach the highest point. It’s a very pleasant walk with lots of greenery, and along the way we even came across an old stone church.

Then on the way back down the hill, we went for a walk through Varoš.
And while we were in Split, we also made time to visit a statue with a rather famous toe. This is Grgur Ninski. He was a medieval Croatian bishop who introduced the national language in the religious services.

Now a travel tip: while you’re out strolling down the Rive Promenade, you can also access Matejuška Port, which is a small harbour for small boats used mainly by the local fishermen. This particular spot offers some really nice views looking back on Split.

That’s a wrap for our travel guide to Split! If you have ideas of things to do in Split please share those in the comments below.

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Traveling to Dubrovnik, Croatia this summer? You're going to love it! The breathtaking landscape, beautiful weather, warm water of the Adriatic Sea, rich culture, and complex history make this place an ideal summer destination for tourists. But what should you do while visiting this remarkable city? Well, you're in luck! This video should give you a few ideas on how to fill your time there.

Also, Game of Thrones fans, your going to love walking the streets of Lannisport, looking out at the Sunset Sea from Casterly Rock, and visiting Qarth--the greatest city that ever was or will be. Learn about all of the filming locations that took place here and near Dubrovnik by taking one of the many Game of Thrones' tours.

We had such a wonderful experience in Dubrovnik and can't wait to share other insight with you about traveling to this area--travel hacks and tips, packing tips, destinations, itinerary, as well as budget. We look forward to hearing your comments. Until next time, KEEP FINDING WAYS TO TRAVEL SMARTER!

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00:10 - 00:19 BANNER + LOGO
00:19 - 00:50 INTRO TO TOP 10
00:50 - 01:05 WALL WALK
01:05 - 01:38 SUNSET MOUNT SRD
01:38 - 02:00 BUZA BAR
02:00 - 02:23 CAFE TROUBADOUR
02:23 - 02:48 LOKRUM ISLAND
02:48 - 03:11 FORT LOVRIJENAC
03:11 - 03:24 PILE GATE
03:24 - 03:41 STRADUN
03:41 - 04:03 WAR PHOTOS LIMITED
04:31 - 04:49 OUTRO


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If you are planning your trip to #Croatia surely you've not been overlooked its incredible Islands, its magnificent natural parks and their iconic cities.

Don’t miss visiting this small towns and places that allows you to immerse yourself in the essence of the country and meet its multiples shades such as: Stiniva, Rovinj, Omis and Opatija

Plan your #journey with us to #Croatia and have fun visiting all these places we shared with you. You’ll be fascinated with all of them!

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Top 13 Attractions in Croatia according to Lonely Planet

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13. De-Stress in Cres
The island of Cres is the biggest island by size in the Adriatic and is located in the northern part of the Gulf of Kvarner. The island's coastline, 248 km long, is indented; its western and southern part have a plenty of bays and pebbly beaches while the northern and eastern part are characterized with steep and rough rocks.

12. Ferry Fun in the Adriatic
From short jaunts between nearby islands to overnight rides along the length of the Croatian coast, sea travel is a great and inexpensive way to see the Croatian side of the Adriatic. Take in the stunning coastline as you whiz past some of the country's 1244 islands.

11. The Soul of Split
The city was originally built around the Diocletian palace (a palace/fort built for the retired Roman emperor Diocletian) where the locals sought refuge centuries ago. Wandering the historic centre of Split you can still clearly see the Roman walls, squares, and temples.

10. Blue Magic on Bisevo
On Bisevos's steep shores there are many caves, the most famous being the Blue Cave. It has been accessible since 1884, and approach to the cave is only possible by boat. Around 10 to 13 o'clock sunbeams that penetrate through the submarine opening in the Blue Cave, reflect from the white bottom floor and colour the cave in blue and objects in the water in silver.

9. Hike & Climb Paklenica
The Paklenica karst river canyon is a national park in Croatia. It is located in Starigrad, northern Dalmatia, at the southern slopes of Velebit mountain, not far from Zadar. It has two canyons: Mala (Small) and Velika (Big) Paklenica. Today there is no water flowing throughout Mala Paklenica.

8. Pastries & Ice Cream
Croatia is a superior spot to indulge your sweet tooth. You absolutely must not miss the slastičarna s (pastry shops) found in towns and villages across the country. Indulge in the Austrian-style creamy cakes, the very local kremšnites (custard pies) and homemade strudels.

7. Wine & Dine in Istria
La dolce vita reigns supreme in Istria, Croatia's top foodie destination. The seafood, truffles, wild asparagus and a rare breed of Istrian beef called boškarin all stand out, as do myriad regional specialities and award-winning olive oils and wines by local small producers.

6. Party-Happy Hvar
Gently rolling hills painted a brilliant purple by the fertile flowers, lush vineyards nestling at the foot of ragged mountains, gorgeous beaches with tiny inlets and secluded coves, luscious restaurants, boutiques, and a vibrant nightlife amidst the medieval streets of Hvar Town are just a few of the treats to enjoy on this dream of an island.

5. Hit the Waves in Bol
Bol is a town on the island of Brac in Dalmatia. Situated in a secluded place on the southern coast of the island, Bol is the oldest town of Brac and one of the most famous seaside resorts of the Adriatic. Enjoy diving, windsurfing, water sports (tubes and banana) and Bol beaches.

4. Marvel at Mljet
The island of Mljet is one of the larger islands off the coast of Southern Croatia. Although many people live on the island, mainly in the port of Sobra on the east end, the west end port of Polače holds the entrance to the national park of Mljet.

3. Coffee Fix in Zagreb
Zagreb is a vibrant city of around 800,000 people (metropolitan area: 1,200,000). The city boasts a charming medieval 'old city' with architecture and cobbled streets reminiscent of Vienna, Budapest, Prague and other Central-European capitals.

2. All That Is Dubrovnik
Today Dubrovnik is the proudest feather in Croatia's tourist cap, an elite destination and one of the most beautiful towns in the Mediterranean. Dubrovnik used to be an independent republic, surviving mostly on trade. It managed to survive many centuries, with constant threats to its territory, particularly from the mighty Ottoman Empire and Venice.

1. Plitvice Paradise
Plitvice National Park in Croatia is considered to be one of the most beautiful natural sights in Europe. Due to its natural beauty and significance, this system of 16 interlinked lakes and a large forest complex around it were set aside as a national park in 1949. In 1979 the park was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.



Corfu Town, Greece - 17 Things To Do In Corfu Town

Corfu Town, Greece - 17 Things To Do In Corfu Town
Corfu Town is the capital of Corfu (Kerkyra) one of the most beautiful and elegant towns in Greece. It is the principal port of the island and one of the largest and most populated towns of the Ionian Islands. Built on a promontory, the town displays a unique architecture which is strongly influenced from the different dominations, such as the Sicilian, the Venetian, the French and the English ones. From those times, Corfu Town has kept many of its imposing buildings, elegant mansions, superb palaces, French-style flowered squares and beautiful fortresses.
Here are some things that you can do in Corfu Town during your visit:
1. Old Town, 2. The Liston, 3. Old Fortress, 4. New Fortress, 5. Spianada Square, 6. Saint Spyridon Church, 7. Saint George church, 8. The park of the Old Port, 9. Museum of Asian Art of Corfu, 10. Temple of Kardaki – Paleopolis, 11. Church of Panagia Mandrakina, 12. The church of Saint Spiliotissa, 13. Serbian Museum of Corfu, 14. The Maitland Monument, 15. Byzantine Museum, 16. Mon Repos Palace, 17. St. Ioannis o Prodromos (the Precursor)
While visiting Corfu, you will find that there are plenty of things to do. Whether you choose to spend your time shopping, lounging on the beach or doing one of these activities, you are sure to have a memorable vacation!
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10 Things to do in Zagreb, Croatia Travel Guide

Join us we visit Zagreb, Croatia in this travel guide covering some of the top attractions and best things to do in the city. With a great food scene, plenty of green spaces and a charming historic core (Gornji Grad) you'll soon find out what makes Zagreb an underrated capital to visit.

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Intro - 00:01
1) Markets and Ban Josip Jelačić Square (Zagreb Central Market - Dolac Market) - 00:35
2) Zagreb Cathedral (Zagrebačka katedrala) - 02:14
3) Restaurant Street in the Upper Town (Tkalčićeva Street) - 03:11
4) Museum of Broken Relationships (Muzej prekinutih veza) - 03:40
5) Church of St. Mark (Crkva sv. Marka) - 04:41
6) Promenade Views Upper Town in Zagreb - 05:45
7) Stone Gate in Zagreb (Kamenita Vrata) - 06:19
8) Eating Croatian Food (Truffles) in a Fotic Restaurant in Zagreb - 06:55
9) Zagreb 360 for views of Zagreb, Croatia - 10:31
10) Lenuci’s Horseshoe - 11:45
*Bonus* Ice Hockey game watching Medveščak Zagreb - 13:28
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Our visit Zagreb travel guide documentary covers some of the top attractions including a food guide (Croatian), top sightseeing tourist attractions and the city by day including visiting churches, parks, the old town, quirky neighborhoods, museums and a hockey game. We also cover off-the-beaten-path outdoor activities you won't find in a typical Zagreb tourism brochure, Zagreb itinerary or Zagreb, Croatia city tour also known as Zagreb, Hrvatska.

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Our travels in Croatia brought us to Zagreb known for its lively street markets, vast green spaces, and varied architecture that spans numerous movements, we reached the capital and hit the ground running. In this video we’re going to show you some fun things to do in Zagreb, as well as share our favourite place for sampling the most delicious truffle dishes:

From the main square you have the Flower Market, and if you head up the steps, that leads to Zagreb’s Central Market.

Zagreb Cathedral is one the city’s main landmarks. This is the largest sacral building in the Gothic style southeast of the Alps, and it’s pretty easy to spot the spires wherever you are in the city.

Our walk through the Upper Town eventually lead us to Tkalčićeva. These days you’ll find a lively street lined with restaurants, cafes and bars.

We reached what may be the most memorable museum in the whole world: The Museum of Broken Relationships. The museum is a global crowd-sourced project that deals with heartbreak. Inside you’ll find curious objects with a corresponding story.

St. Mark’s Church bears the medieval coat of arms of Croatia, Dalmatia and Slavonia on the left-hand side, and the emblem of Zagreb on the right.

To enjoy city views of the Lower Town there are some great vantage points along the promenade.

On our way down from the Upper Town, we walked through Zagreb’s famed Stone Gate. Once the eastern gate into the medieval settlement now houses a small chapel.

Let’s take a break from all the sightseeing to introduce you to one of our favourite restaurants in Zagreb when it comes to truffle dishes

And craving more views of the city, we then went up Zagreb 360.

Known as the Green Horseshoe, this park was named after Milan Lenuci who came up with the idea of creating connected green spaces right in the downtown. The horseshoe is home to several museums, galleries and archives.

If you’re into hockey and you visit Zagreb during the season, you can catch a game in the city. We watched Medveščak Zagreb play.

And that’s it for our visit to Zagreb! We hope you enjoyed this travel guide and that you got a few ideas of things to see, eat and do on your own visit.

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Top Five Adventures - Split, Croatia

Top five Adventures - Split, Croatia. Split Adventure presents 5 most attractive adventure tours to try while visiting Split – Croatia. Rafting, Canyoning, Kayaking, Biking or Extreme canyoning

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For those with a little bit more sense of adventure, there is an Extreme Canyoning version. Great and Small Gubavica waterfalls provide a truly striking setting for this activity. You can expect to experience it all: jumping, swimming, rope lowering by waterfalls and slides down natural water flumes. Extreme Canyoning excursion is the only way to discover all hidden corners of this paradise. With excellent instructors and quality equipment unforgettable experience is guaranteed! Come and see for yourself!

Cetina river is known for gentle rapids, beautiful canyon scenery and natural river beaches which makes rafting trip pure fun. Packed with action, fun and excitement, this gentle tour offers everyone an opportunity to explore a magnificent landscape. Paddle with enthusiastic, cheerful locals and spend a day in nature. Come and see for yourself why our rafting excursion on Cetina river is so popular!

If you could do just one adventure excursion while in Split, then you should try canyoning tour on Cetina river. On our canyoning excursion you are using a variety of techniques such as walking, scrambling, floating and swimming. And what a better place to try it than stunning canyon of one of the most attractive rivers in Croatia. This gorge is full of natural pools, beautifully sculpted walls and waterfalls with Great Gubavica being the biggest one in Dalmatia where you can enjoy swimming.

A little bit more south from Split, Brela, you will find a truly unique bay bathed in crystal clear sea, natural pebble beaches, with the smell and beauty of pine trees. Embark on a kayak on Jakiruša beach and spend time leisurely paddling while taking in views of beautiful coast from the water. What you will discover is an underground water source and secluded bays; maybe even try some cliff jumping.

Explore the city and its beachs on a biking tour. Enjoying in smaller groups and at a slower pace creates a more intimate and memorable experience. A friendly local guide will give you the best insider tips and recommendations. So, put on your sunscreen and get your water-bottle filled! Now is the chance to start your Split biking adventure.



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