UNESCO World Heritage in Croatia

List of UNESCO World Heritage Sites with its Cultural Heritage and Natural Heritage includes cultural monuments, monuments of nature, or both cultural and natural monuments that can be found in 153 states. In Croatia, there is one National park that belongs to the natural heritage and seven cultural heritage sites. The historic complex of Split and the Diocletian’s Palace is a cultural site (on the UNESCO list of World heritage since 1979.) and with our all-day tour, you can experience the city of Split and Plitvice Lakes National Park that are both listed on UNESCO World Heritage List.


The old town of Dubrovnik is one of the most visited historical and tourist destinations in Croatia and it is also listed on UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Dubrovnik is the birthplace of significant Croatian poets, dramatists, and scientists, and it was extremely important for the development of Croatian language. See for yourself!

Euphrasian Basilica in Poreč, Croatia, photo by Croatian Attractions
Euphrasian Basilica in Poreč, Croatia, photo by Croatian Attractions

The Euphrasian Basilica in the historic center of Poreč is also on the UNESCO list, and in this tour, you will see sites chosen for you by travel experts asked for exploring Croatia. If you are wandering across Istria, here is the answer to your favorite question!

The historical town of Trogir was founded by Greek colonists and is considered to be the best-preserved Romanesque-Gothic city in Central Europe. It is a wonderful example of a medieval town built on the proper structure of the ancient city. The Cathedral of St. James in Šibenik is an architectural achievement of exceptional values of the 15th and 16th centuries and is on the list of UNESCO World Heritage since 2000. Stari Grad Plain is a protected cultural landscape where ancient Greek land division has remained untouched as a system of roads and terraced plots. The best-preserved ancient Greek cadastre in the Mediterranean! Since 2016., Stećci are also listed on the UNESCO World Heritage list. We are talking about medieval monolithic stone monuments that can be found on the territory of today’s Bosnia and Herzegovina and parts of Serbia, Montenegro, and Croatia. There are 28 necropoles listed in the World Heritage List, of which two are in Croatia (Cista Provo, Konavle).


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