Holiday or Tourism In Croatia - Places To Visit In Croatia - Travel Visit

What to see in Croatia? Places To Visit In Croatia - Travel Visit

It is an ideal destination for nature lovers and a paradise for nautical tourism. The best time to visit the country is in summer due to its ideal climate for many activities, such as excursions to national parks, water sports on their island ports.

In their cities can stroll through the medieval streets, know and be surprised with its stunning natural and cultural heritage. You cannot fail to visit the capital in its trolley or take a trip to the thermal region of Zagorje, north of Zagreb.

Usual tourist destination of Italian and German Croatia unusual speed progresses through the ranks of the country’s most visited by Europeans. From Spain the interest to know Croatia has grown by opening new lines of low cost flights from Madrid and Barcelona airports to the Croats. There is increasing interest in knowing whether Croatia cruises through its coasts, or paths and tracks through the cities of the Dalmatian coast.

Croatia Geographical location - It is a country in central Europe, consisting of a thousand islands, the archipelago of the Brijuni islands, is one of the most important points for their high degree of conservation of the natural environment.

In the southern and western Croatia has a coastline of 1,778 km. on the Adriatic Sea, with many ports and resorts. The relief is also made up of flat plains along Hungarian border, low mountains and highlands near Adriatic.

Croatia beach - Dubrovnik has become the ultimate symbol of the new Croatian big players in the European tourism.

Croatia map - The variety of tourism in Croatia goes beyond the beautiful cities of Dubrovnik, Zagreb and Split. It is an ideal country for a holiday, adventure sports, hiking, scuba diving, traveling by sailing the islands, enjoys your food or fine wines and routes to get lost in the magical places that history has left its streets.

The climate of Croatia - is a reflection of the variety of areas that form. In mountainous areas the climate is cold and dry, while on the Adriatic coast, the temperature is closer to the Mediterranean climate.

Being surrounded by major mountain ranges, Croatia is sheltered from the cold winters of Central Europe. The average temperature in Zagreb, capital of Croatia, is 27 degrees Celsius in summer while winter is usually 3 or 4 degrees above zero. The mountain range that stretches from north to south is responsible for establishing the differences.

In Zagreb, however, the temperature can reach up to 28 º C in July, the warmest month to go down to 2 ° C average in January.

It is best to go in the period extending from May to September if you want to enjoy the charms of the Adriatic coast. In winter, if you are interested and the rain does not bother too much, you can visit the coast without problems, but inside the snowfall is heavy, and the weather is cold weather.

Documentation Required to Visit Croatia - For stays of up to 90 days in Croatia, and for the citizens of the European community, the majority of the American countries and Japan, no visa is required. Suffice it to a valid passport.

For your safety, you should consult the list of countries whose citizens do not require visas for Croatia. In addition, we present a list of countries whose citizens can enter Croatia with the national identity of their country of origin. For more information, visit the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Croatia

In the industry stands Pula with its Roman amphitheater, although very popular are also Rovinig that seems to emerge from the waters of the Adriatic, or Porec, with its Basilica Eufrásica, declared World Heritage by UNESCO.

Further south, reaching Rijeca in the Gulf of Kvarner, Opatija is, the cradle of Croatian tourism, which was frequented by the early European travelers in the nineteenth century. In the Gulf are also some islands as Krek, Cres, Rab and Pag, they have noticed an increase in

Some Tourist attractions in Croatia - Major tourist destinations in Croatia are the coast, because of the great beauty of its landscapes, cities and islands. Around the coast there are places worth seeing, but some stand out for its monumentality and its natural wealth.

Zagreb the capital of Croatia -  the Upper Town (Gornji Grad) is characterized by its ancient heritage, the Lower Town (Donji Grad) and the new city. In them: old streets, small squares, cobbled, the church of San Marcos (XIII century), the palace of Ban, the Dolac market, the Museum of the City of Zagreb, the Museum of naive art and the museum of contemporary art, Ilica street, the square of Ban Jelacic-, Tkalciceva street and café terraces, the park Maksimir, the cemetery Mirogoj.

In Dubrovnik (the pearl of the Adriatic and World Heritage Site by UNESCO)- the walls that offer 2 km of walks, Franciscan and Dominican monasteries, Lochrum Island, visit the archipelago Elaphite.

In Split, second largest city of Croatia's Adriatic coast, the Roman Emperor Diocletian's palace, the ride "Riva", Mestrovic Gallery.

In Zadar - a medieval town: remains of the old People's Square, the palace Ghirardini, the municipal Loggia, Church of San Simeon and San Simeon's sarcophagus, the church of San Donato, the Archaeological Museum and the Museum of religious art, the city market.

Zadar, a city that became capital of Dalmatia, is the reference point for travel to amazing places like the island of Dugi Otok or Kornati Islands.

Sibenik, following the coastline, with the Cathedral of Santiago, another World Heritage Site.
Trogir, before arriving in Split is also a World Heritage Site. Split it now capital of Dalmatia, was honored equally with the same appreciation for its historic center and Diocletian's Palace, one of the most visited monuments in Croatia.

Leaving Split, the main destinations are the Makasrca Riviera, a spa town, the Neretva River Delta, the islands of Brac and Hvar, the latter a World Heritage Site, Korcula and Dubrovnik course, also a World Heritage Site and famous for its beauty and architectural monuments.

Inside the country's capital Zagreb and Plitvice Lakes are the most sought after, well ahead of other, better known by the traveler for Croatian abroad, such as Osijek and Varaždin.

Other tourist attractions are - 
The small town of Korcula
Trogit City (World Heritage Site by UNESCO)
Coastal towns in Istria, in central Dalmatia and South Dalmatia
The National Park Paklenica
The National Park Plitvic

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