From beautiful natural sights and lovely coastal areas to Roman ruins and historic cities, Croatia is well worth considering as an attractive alternative option to the major destinations of Europe.
Having once been a prominent city state in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, the walls surrounding the old city of Dubrovnik are still in good repair, and show how the city was able to rival Venice in terms of influence in Europe during this period.
2. Euphrasian Basilica, Porec
The ancient city of Porec has been a bastion on the Istrian coast in the west of the country for nearly two thousand years, and the city's historic basilica dates from the period when the city was still growing and developing.
3. The Palace Of Diocletian, Split
The Roman Emperor Diocletian had been planning for some time before his retirement as Emperor in the early fourth century, and this palace is the place where he chose to retire following his reign.
A stunning small island lying on the Dalmatian coast of Croatia, Korcula is a popular island among visitors because of the wonderful collection of beaches, ranging from the two sandy beaches to the series of pebble beaches around the island.
5. Plitvice Lakes
When it comes to iconic images of Croatia, once visitors have explored the remarkable turquoise lakes of Plitvice, it is hard to imagine anything else that can quite match its natural beauty.
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