Things to Do in Croatia

Ishwari Pamu Jul 3, 2019
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From brilliant blue beaches, natural, historic and cultural sites that are a sight to behold, heavenly food to exquisite wine, Croatia has it all. It’s difficult to pick a set of things to do in this country, but here are a few.

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Swim in the Blue Cave of Bisevo

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The sun rays illuminate the cave an ethereal blue when they reflect off of its limestone floor.

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Walk Around Dubrovnik

Remember these ancient walls from somewhere?

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Visit the real-life version of King’s Landing and admire the beautiful view of the Adriatic Sea.

Take a Wine Tour

Croatia has a long and turbulent history of wine making. Visit the wine cellars and taste their wines while enjoying the views of the very vineyards they were made from.

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Visit Plitvice Lakes National Park

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It encompasses 16 cascading emerald-blue waterfalls that make for one of the best waterfalls you’ll ever lay your eyes on.

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Go to the Kornati National Park

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This archipelago consists of 89, practically uninhabited, islands, islets, and reefs sprinkled over the Adriatic Sea. Sail around to explore these islets by a private sailing boat.

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Hit the Beaches

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Beaches are probably the main reason why people visit Croatia. You’ll find some of the best beaches along the Makarska Riviera in Dalmatia.

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Explore Rovinj

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This Venetian-era town, located on the Istrian Peninsula, has gorgeous pastel-colored houses and the Adriatic Sea at its feet making it extremely photogenic.

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Admire the Romanesque Churches of Zadar

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This car-free town is known for housing some of the finest Romanesque churches. The Church of St. Mary, Cathedral of St. Anastasia and the Church of St. Donatus are a must-visit.

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Go back in time at the Pula Arena

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It is the only Roman amphitheater whose four side towers and all three Roman architectural orders are still intact.