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Diocletian’s Palace

This palatial complex in the heart of the city of Split is undoubtedly one of the most impressive historical sites you’ll come across in any European country. The network of buildings known as Diocletian’s Palace is a fully-functional Roman palace, and not only is this UNESCO site one of the most well-preserved Roman ruins on …

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Experience Croatian Wine

Croatia has a well established and popular wine industry with a rich history of making a variety of quality wines. In fact there are so many vineyards in Croatia that Croatia is truly a land of vineyards. There are famous coastal wineries such as Dingač Vineyards, pictured below, with vineyards on slopes several hundred meters …

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A city with deep roots and lots to offer, Zagreb is Croatia’s capital and cultural heart. Here you’ll find exceedingly old buildings (and traditions to match) alongside a devoted café culture and excellent nightlife. The city dates back to the 2nd century, but many of the buildings can be traced to the periods of Hungarian rule …

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This coastal city is one of the country’s undisputed highlights, both for its infrastructure and the activity that brings it to life. Dubrovnik is a stunning specimen of medieval preservation, with a beautiful old town that has remained surprisingly intact for centuries and the original defensive wall built to keep invaders out (and the majesty …

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Plitvice Lakes National Park

One glance will give away its UNESCO designation: Plitvice Lakes is an astounding collection of rivers, forests, wildlife (including bears and wolves), waterfalls, and 16 interconnecting lakes of differing colors. Most would agree that this is one of the most breathtaking natural sites in all of Europe, with a fantastic system of bridges and footpaths …

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