Why Do Tourist Visit Croatia

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Croatia lying along the Adriatic is a very diverse country and has bebome a very favoured spot . You can not wish for anything better . Besides the warm weather, there are very many water sources such as crystal clear sea with several beaches offering naturality for tourists, enormous waterfalls, rivers and lakes.

Croatia has a fascinating history, scenic towns and has a very interesting cultural heritage .

Croatia is largely intact with more than a thousand Croatian islands and is thus home to a diverse wildlife. National parks preserve the untouched trails for those wanting to take adventurous walks .

Croatia can be reached by car very comfortably and fast due to newly built highways . Those who prefer to fly there are seven airports in major cities.

Even in the off season it is worth visiting as the daily highs in Croatia are also very summery and the prices are cheap at his time. Those who wish to slow down in the off-season should rent  private accommodation in Croatia is becoming increasingly popular. At a private lodging you can prepare your own food and can invite friends over as well or new acquaintances. These homes are individually decorated and have a personal touch that reflect the history and characteristics of typical Croatian .

Zagreb is the largest city of Croatia and is the industrial, manufacturing, and financial center of Croatia. It attracts large number of visitors with its numerous sights such as Andautonia Archaeological Park with the remains of the ancient Roman town called Andautonia is situated just outside Zagreb near the village of Scitarjevo. Croatian History Museum is another notable place to visit and it introduces visitors to Croatia’s history. Situaded in the historical town centre, it is the beautiful Baroque palace. Zagreb is the cultural center of Croatia, the National Theater in Zagreb is a significant place with dance performances of ballet, dramatic, opera and music.

Brijuni islands consist of a group of two bigger and twelve smaller islands along the west coast of Istria. The national park stretches on an area of 36 km2. The park has a beautiful landscape along with a safari park and it is notable for its Mediterranean flora. It also has a valuable cultural heritage dating back to the Roman and Byzantine area.

One of top cities of Croatia is Split and its most notable attractions is Diocletian’s Palace. The palace became the part of the World Heritage Site. Emperor Diocletian was Dalmatia’s most outstanding contributor to the Roman empire. After he retired near Split he decided to built this giant fortified palace which he started to built in 295 and it lasted 10 years to finish the building .

Not far from Split lies the ancient city of Trogir. It is also a world heritage site with its a maze of cobblestone streets. Its rich culture was created under the influence of old Greeks, Romans, Venetians . The old town lies on an island between the mainland and the island of Ciovo which bridges connect to each other. The crooked streets hide many restaurants and coffee shops , shops and shuttered residences and outside the city walls is a waterfront promenade surrounded by and dominated by a medieval fortress once connected to the city walls. The wider surroundings of Trogir are characterized by lavish green areas, numerous  islands and islets, rocky and pebble beaches.

Krka National Park is one of the Croatian national parks which is named after the river Krka. The city is located in Dalmatia just some kilometers off northeast of Šibenik. There are several places of interest inside the park: Skradinski Buk is one of the most attractive parts of the park with  various footpaths, sightseeing tours and boat trips. The second most popular attraction of the Krka National Park is Roški Slap. Its peaks and falls can be visited all year around . Franciscans founded the  Roman Catholic Visovac Monastery in 1445 which lies on the island of Visovac inside the park. The island itself can be visited by a boat tour from Skradinski Buk. The Krka monastery is the center of the Orthodox Dalmatian Eparchy and it is a spiritual center of the Orthodox Dalmatian Eparchy. The monastery was first written about in the year 1402 and was rebuilt until the late 1800s. There are also several archeological remains dating back to the Roman times such places as ÄŒučevo, Nečven, Bogočin, Ključica and Burnum.

The Plitvice Lakes National Park is probably Croatia’s most popular tourist sight . It is embraced by three mountains which are part of the Dinaric Alps. The lakes are separated by natural dams and all the 16 of them are renowned for their distinctive colours. The forests in the playground are the habitat of bears, wolves and quite a few scarce bird species

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