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Best places to visit in Croatia

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Best places to visit in Croatia

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FIND YOUR PLACE TO STAY IN CROATIA

STAYCATION CROATIA – the selection of the most prestigious hotels, restaurants, attractions, tours or excursions, camps, as well as information about its locations, SPA, or wellness.

Michelin star is more than just a sign of prestige. It is a sign of verification of a particular cuisine and its presentation.
Michelin experience in Croatia? Let’s take a look at the list of the stars…

CROATIA2GO IS A USEFUL GUIDE THROUGH CROATIA

EXPLORE CROATIAgeographically with the help of active Map
The Map will help you explore better and faster. The Map is organized by the name of the region like Istria, but we helped with some cities. If you know the city’s name, search and find what you are looking. Click on Zagreb – and navigate. The same is with the Dalmatia… or Međimurje.

POPULAR CROATIA explores the history, gastronomy, famous Croats, tradition, culture, etc.

croatia2day, show the latest articles and news of modern achievements in technology, the IT and gaming industry, shipbuilding, tourism, and much more.
Find some amazing facts about Croatia. Here is’ something different, unique and memorable, like the necktie!
We call it a ‘kravata ‘. It gained the name cravat (cravate in French) and the origin from a French word, Croates, (Croatians)
The brave Croatian soldiers (Croats) wore a scarf tied around their necks in ‘a typical Croatian’ way.
The KRAVATA /the Tie entered fashion history and stayed for good. It is unthinkable to see any businessman without a tie. It forms part of the uniform of the modern man.

So, don’t forget, Croats are holding all of you by the neck!
On croatia2go, find everything you need to know about Croatia, from tradition to gastronomy, culture, recipes of Croatian cuisine, customs, currency, value, valuable tips, and events.

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with essential tourist destinations, national parks, tourist attractions, the best Croatian hotels, camps, restaurants, marinas, wine, tours, and more.

Read about significant Croatian inventors, scientists, influential Croatian women, historical figures, athletes, and artists. Those people’ created’ what we call Croatia today. Still, some of them, like Nikola Tesla, born in Croatia, actually ‘made’ the modern world.

We know figures, the country’s size, number of islands, cities, inhabitants, national parks, and more.

Let us introduce you the most important cities, UNESCO sites, national parks, and Adriatic islands.

WHY CROATIA?

BECAUSE OF A CRYSTAL ADRIATIC SEA, FABULOUS ADRIATIC COASTLINE WITH MORE THAN 1000 ISLANDS

Croatia is a Mediterranean country. A crystal clear Adriatic sea is the real Croatian tourism magnet with a coastline of 1244 islands.
An excellent connection between the coast and the islands makes Croatia one of the most beautiful summer vacation countries.
Explore the Adriatic coastline, its marinas, and bays. Cruising or sailing along the Croatian coast is the best thing you will experience.

Enjoy the serenity of Adriatic islands, like sunny island Hvar, proud Korčula, magical Mljet, attractive Elaphiti islands, or Vis archipelago.
More than 1000 islands, bays, and shores in Croatia are waiting for you to explore.
Sailing in Croatia is MUST!

BECAUSE OF AMAZING NATIONAL PARKS

Croatia2go listed all eight national parks and all nature parks.
Enjoy Croatia’s natural beauty in our articles about beautiful Mljet island and National Park, Krka National Park, and Plitvice Lakes, or the nautical paradise of Kornati and Brijuni.

Buy your tickets online for national parks in advance. We recommend local licensed guides in the parks.

HISTORY AND UNESCO HERITAGE

Croatia has a fascinating and turbulent history. Croatia became an independent state 30 years ago and is a member of the European Union.

On croatia2go.com, you will find many information about Croatia’s history, kingdoms and principalities, rulers, independence, and the Croatian people.
UNESCO heritage awaits you in many Dalmatian cities, like Split with its Diocletian’s Palace, Zadar, St. Donatus, Trogir, Šibenik’s cathedral, and Dubrovnik.

Istria should be visited because of Pula with a beautiful Amphitheater, the Euphrasian Basilica in Poreč, and the fairytale of Motovun.

BECAUSE OF MEMORABLE CROATIA CITIES

Trg pet bunara Zadar - foto Stipe Surac
Trg pet bunara Zadar - foto Stipe Surac, photo credit by TB of Zadar city

Many Croatia towns look like live museums, often walled like Zadar, Trogir, Šibenik, Korčula, and Dubrovnik. The most beautiful Adriatic sunsets you’ll experience walking on the city walls.
In continental Croatia, medieval Trakošćan castle, baroque capital of Croatia – Varaždin, Tito’s Ethno village, or Baranja – the land of wine, or gold prospecting in Međimurje wait for your visit.

Croatia cities from Zagreb to Istria, Dalmatia, Lika, Slavonia, and Dubrovnik have brought some of the most famous world travelers, inventors, scientists, and athletes to the world.
Old towns in Croatia look like museums because there is either fascinating historical buildings or museums on every street.

On every of Croatia’s old cities corner, you’ll find remains of Croatia’s turbulent past or many archaeological sites from the Roman Empire, such as Salona near Split or Vespasian’s amphitheater in Pula.

BECAUSE OF GREAT FOOD, DIVINE WINES, THE BEST OLIVE OILS

People are amicable and hospitable, the food is very tasteful, and the wine is excellent.
In Istria – do not miss truffle hunting – for one of the world’s most famous delicacies and famous aphrodisiac. 🙂

The second of the kind and the one of the best in the world are fresh oysters in Mali Ston, at the Pelješac peninsula where the most famous small private wineries and some of the best Croatian wines are waiting for you.

Incredibly tasty Croatian olive oils of an exceptional quality are reachable all over the Dalmatia, while the best prosciutto you’ll taste either in Dalmatia or Istria, while the best cheese you’ll taste at the Pag island.

In Zagreb štrukli awaits for you, in Međimurje gibanica, in Slavonia – after Kulen… you’ll become HEAD-ON -EAST, with the most generous cuisine in Croatia… and excellent wines!

USEFUL TIPS ABOUT CROATIA

Interestingly, Croats are outstanding speakers of foreign languages. English – may not be perfect, but good and useful, everyone speaks it. In Istria, almost everyone speaks Italian. Everywhere in Croatia, there is the German language is well understood and sometimes well communicated.

You won’t get lost in Croatia – because we understand you
Croatia has several international airports; Zagreb, Dubrovnik, Split, Zadar, and Pula are the most famous. As far as sea connections are concerned, the largest port in Rijeka, followed by Split, Zadar, Dubrovnik, Pula, and many smaller cities on the coast and islands.

croatia2go will surely save you the time to plan or choose anything you would like to know about Croatia before visiting.

For all essential information on entering Croatia due to the COVID pandemic, please visit the page of Croatia tourist Board https://www.croatia.hr/en-GB/coronavirus-2019-ncov-q-and-a
Data and information are updated daily, and you can follow them on, on the official website of the Ministry of the Internal Affairs https://entercroatia.mup.hr

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