55 REASONS WHY EVERYONE SHOULD VISIT CROATIA AT LEAST ONCE

55 REASONS WHY EVERYONE SHOULD VISIT CROATIA AT LEAST ONCE

1. NATURE

While many countries have beautiful nature, Croatia has a very diverse landscape with mountains, lakes, rivers, the Adriatic Sea, forests and lots of islands!

2. IT’S STILL REASONABLY PRICED

While Dubrovnik, Split, and Hvar have become hot spots for celebrities and rich people, there are still plenty of reasonably priced accommodation, authentic restaurants and even more so outside the most popular tourist destinations.

Go as local as possible, and experience the real Croatian ways, and you’ll also get great value for your money. But, also if you like to splurge, it’s still good value if you prefer a more luxurious travel style.

3. PLITVICE LAKES

Another proof of the mighty nature of Croatia is the Plitvice Lakes, also known as “Plitvička jezera” in Croatian. Spectacular views, waterfalls and one of the most turquoise waters I’ve ever seen.

4. THE FOOD

There are many Croatian dishes that are unique, but of course, with its coastal location, they are mostly known for the quality seafood. But if you visit Hinterland and Zagreb for example, you’ll be met by quite a few traditional dishes with lots of flavors.

SOME POPULAR CROATIAN DISHES:

  • Pasticada
  • Strukli
  • Skampi na buzaru
  • Istarski Fuzi
  • Punjene Paprike
  • Sarma
  • Cobanac
  • Povrće na žaru
  • Pršut              

    5. DUBROVNIK

    If you’re a Game of Thrones fan, well, then you probably recognize this place already. In the famous Tv-Series, Dubrovnik is the real King’s Landing. However, this city is a lot more than that. In Dubrovnik, you can explore real history from ancient times, and it’s very well preserved.

    However, this city is a lot more than that. In Dubrovnik, you can explore real history from ancient times, and it’s very well-preserved. Go here in May or September, and indulge the majestic atmosphere.

    Outside Dubrovnik, you can also visit the lush island of Lokrum, which is also of historic importance.

     

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