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The Republic of Croatia is covered by the Alp's eastern eadges in the north-west, the Panonian lowlands in the east and Adriatic Sea in the southern parts of the country. Croatia covers the area of 56,542 sq km. Croatian climate is mediterranean and continental in inland parts. It has aproximately 4.400.000 inhabitants. The native language is Croatian and the local currency is Croatian Kuna (HRK).
Croatia's capital is Zagreb. It is very pleasant city with numerous mediaval buildings, interesting sightseeings spots, parks and botanic gardens, very luxurious restaurants and night clubs. It is leading industrial, scientific and cultural centre of Croatia.
The top travel destination in Croatia is The Adriatic sea. The coastline of 1.777 km with 1.185 islands, the clear blue sea, beautiful beaches and numerous small historic villages and cities by the sea, tasty and healthy mediterranean food, excellent wines are only small parts of very rich touristic offer...
The most touristic developed region is peninnsula Istria. It is very close and easy accessible from the Western Europe and it
becomes favoured summer resorts of many western-european tourists. Many historic people and cultures dating from Roman Empire have left
evidence and their marks especially in the archicture. Istria is well-known because of its high-quality virgine olive oil and wines.
Many picturesque villages in inland and along the coasts are become very popular travel destinations. The most visited resort is
Porec. This town has very developed touristic infrastructure that offer many possibilities for summer holidays – beautiful beaches and enviable bid for water sports, tennis and other sport's activities. The well known are two hotel complex, The Blue Lagoon and The Green Lagoon. On the other side, in a old city centre as well as in its vicinity, there are numerous unique monuments from Ancient Roman and medieval buildings and churches. The top sightseeing spot is Euphrasius' Basilica, dating from 4th century.
One of the most picturesque resorts in Istria is Rovinj with its historical public and sacral buildings and renaissance and baroque palaces.
The Archipelago of Brijuni islands becomes very fashionable resorts in last few years. Two large and twelve small islands are abounded in in very intersting flora and fauna with some very rare animal and plant species. This Archipelago is one of the seven Croatian national parks and it is really worth to make a tour around tha Archipelago. You'll probably think for a moment you are in paradise. One of the world's best preserved ancient amphitheatre in Pula is one of the most visited sightseeing spots in Croatia.
Opatija is one of the most popular resorts in Croatia and one of the oldest resorts in Europe known as winter resorts of central european aristocracy well. Small botanical gardens, parks, restaurants, beautiful historic buildings and old aristocracy villas are specific pictures of Opatija nowdays...
The second largest touristic region in Croatia is Dalmatia, the region of long and beautiful beaches with characteristic pine woods and with the numerous ancient towns.
Split is the capital of the region of Dalmatia and the second largest city in Croatia. Split has 1.700 years long history and tradition. This city is built inside and around the ancient Diocletian's palace, the ancient roman palace dating from 3rd century that is declared as one of UNESCO World Heritage Site of zero category. The people in this town are very sensitive and emotionally linked to their city and they are proudly boasting that the Split is the most beautiful place on the world. Once when you visit this city, you will admit there is no other place in the world like Split.
Dubrovnik is the perle of the Adriatic, but not only the Adriatic. It is one of the best preserved old historic city in the Mediterranean. Dubrovnik is Croatian main travel destination. The name „the perle of Adriatic“ is originated from Lord Byron, English poet who was enchanted with this town. The beautiful beaches with nearby small islands, numerous magnificant and well preserved historical sites, the bohemian spirit inside this brethtaking walled city will provide you an unforettable experience.
There are sevral dalmatian islands that become the very popular summer resorts for the tourists from all over the world, such as Korcula, the birthplace of Marco Polo, the island of Hvar, favourite summer resorts for young people, the island of Mljet with its beautiful National park, the iskland of Brac with numerous picturesque small villages...
Once when you visit Croatia you'll be aware why it called „a small country for a great holidays“.