Croatia, a small country on the border with mountainous Balkan peninsula, located on the south-east of Europe, stretches on the coast of Adriatic and borders Slovenia on the west, Hungary on the north, and on east Srbija, south-east Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Thanks to conquests and the rule of these neighboring countries during a turbulent history, Croatia was enriched with many history, lifestyle, gastronomy, tradition, language, and beliefs marks.
All of that reflects in its cities.
Meet famous cities in Croatia, their differences, alikeness, people, events, history, buildings, squares, and parks.
Here you’ll find more about Zagreb, the capital of Croatia. Varaždin used to be the capital of Croatia. Dubrovnik, the flagship of Croatian tourism, used to be Republic, Zadar used to be Zara, In Split, the ancient Roman emperor Diocletian built his summer residence. The other Roman emperor made an amphitheater in Pula, Vespasian.
But, here is amazing city Šibenik, Rijeka or Opatija, Karlovac, Osijek, Krapina, Trogir, Hvar, Rovinj and all others.
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