Things to Know

Pula

Pula is the largest town on the Istria Peninsula. Home to Pula Arena, this is the sixth largest coliseum in the world and has the best preserved walls. The town is...

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Krapina-Zagorje County

In just about 30 minutes from Croatia’s capital city, Zagreb, you can reach the amazing Zagorje-Krapina County. The county is full of rolling green hills...

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Makarska

Perfectly located along the Dalmatian Coast, the town of Makarska is the perfect place to “base” yourself when traveling to Croatia. With accessibility to...

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Cakovec

Cakovec is located just one hour north of Zagreb and is the perfect stopping point if you are traveling to nearby Hungary, Slovenia or Austria, or you are looking to...

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Rab

One of the most beautiful islands in Croatia can be found in the Kvarner Region in north of the Adriatic Sea. With four bell towers making up the unique old town, the...

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Rijeka

Rijeka is located just about one hour outside of the capital city of Zagreb and is the closest town on the Adriatic. With a rich maritime history, the positioning of...

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Sibenik

Sibenik is a city located in Dalmatia (coast of Croatia) surrounded with four unbelievable fortresses. The stone buildings, green shutters, and narrow alleys make this...

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Rovinj

Rovinj Video Guide Rovinj is located in the region that I live in, which means I am there quite a lot. I also told the media one time that it was my favorite city in the...

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Krka National Park

Krka National Park Video Guide One of the best things about this park is that it is so large and you really can feel like you are exploring. It is okay to get lost and...

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