Discover the former Croatian capital where on each corner you can see baroque architecture and art.
In the middle of the lake, on a turouoise water, sheltered by the mountains you can find thousand year old town Bled.
One of the jewels of Croatian coast with deserted white sand beaches, turquoise sea and calm lagoons.
Home of the most famous vampire
Nicknamed little Paris
Budapest, the Queen of the Danube River and the former capital of the Hungarian kingdom, is of the most beautiful cities in Europe that you should definitely visit
Zagreb's most famous open market where you can buy fresh food and meet interesting people.
George Bernard Shaw is reported to have said: “If you want to see a heaven on earth, come to Dubrovnik“. English poet Lord Byron would agree with Shaw since he called the old town Dubrovnik “the pearl of the Adriatic”.
The most ancient city in Albania.
Start of the Zagreb story.
The town of artists in the northwestern part of Istria
Take the opportunity in Croatia and discover the smallest city in the world.
Crystal sea, continous series of sunny days, arhitecture from 13 century and spectacular night life.
Jasenovac was a complex of five major and three smaller "special" camps spread out over 150 square miles in south-central Croatia.
Small town between Velebit mountain and Adriatic see.
Korčula is an adaption of the island's original name given to it by the Greeks which was 'Korkyra'.
Europe's southernmost fjord from the Adriatic Sea
Krasno is one of Croatia's largest mountain villages
One of the oldest lakes in the world!
The Dragon city will enthuse you with its arhitecture and history, as well as with its great atmosphere, trendy restaurants and boat rides through the city.
Pearl of nature close to the centre of Zagreb.
One of the most beautiful cemetery parks in Europe.
City in the mountain built seven centuries ago will delight you with it arhitecture and home made dishes with truffles.
3000 years long history.
On Brijuni get to know the millennial history of people, learn what dinosaurs who lived there 150 million years ago left, visit the safari park or Tito's museum. You will certainly enjoy.
An unforgettable experience at any of the hidden beaches, sandy inlets and tiny ports.
Enjoy the breathtaking scenary in Croatian natural phenomenon National Park Krka where the falls cascade over 17 natural barriers.
Exceptional Mljet’s cultural and historical heritage is developing in an unbroken sequence from the time of the Illyrian tribes, over the time of Roman Empire and Republic of Dubrovnik, to the present day.
Stunning karst river canyon ideal for great hiking and peaceful experience.
National park with more than million visitors per year from all around the world.
Heaven for outdoor enthusiast - thick forests, meadows, wildlife, home of bears and other wild animals...
Visit the city adored by Austrian Royal Familiy and aristocracy from 19 century.
Due to rocky and vast moonrock-type landscape Pag is often often referred to as “The Moonrock"
Discover Poreč, Croatia - a sun-kissed coastal gem where ancient Roman streets buzz with modern life and the Adriatic's crystal blue waters beckon
The Austrian Emperor Franz I visited the cave 188 years ago and was sstonished by what he saw. Come to visit animal olm in the nature masterpiece.
Discover the Amphitheater in Pula which was once the site of gladiator fights and the Temple dedicated to goddess Roma and Emperor Augustus.
Play of the nature created Rastoke and its amazing waterfalls, clean air and trouts.
Wake up to the spectacular view of Kvarner Bay, take a stroll along Korzo and get to know this magnificent city.
Magical city in which you will find great local taverns, turquiose water, romantic spots and reach history.
Samobor is a delightful little town located only about 25km away from the centre of Zagreb.
In December 2009, Lonely Planet listed Sarajevo as one of the top ten cities to visit in 2010.
Experience Senj - where ancient history meets stunning seaside beauty, and adventure awaits at every turn!
The reported visions at Medjugorje began on June 24, 1981 at about 6pm. Six children saw a beautiful young woman with a child in her armshe...
Historic city with four amazing fortresses,St.James Cathedral, crystal sea and close to two national parks - Krka i Kornati.
A Saxon Citadel
Largest lake in the Balkans!
Where the eternal sun shines
City packed with art and history.
Lie on golden beaches, swim in romantic lagoons, visit ancient Roman monuments and walk through the streets as old as the emperor Diocletian himself.
Dive into the heart of Croatia's wilderness in Starigrad-Paklenica, where mountain peaks kiss the Adriatic and history echoes in every corner
Baroque church located in the Upper Town
Longest wall in Europe!
Stone Gate is one of the best preserved monuments of old Zagreb.
The shortest funicular in the world.
High noon blast.
Croatian masterpiece of urban construction and the green oasis in the city center.
Most perfectly imperfect city.
The most famous Zagreb street with trendy bars and cafes.
Get to know how aristocracy lived in 19th century in one of the most beautiful castles in Croatia.
Trogir is called the museum city because the whole city is best preserved Romanesque-Gothic complex in Central Europe.
This mythical mountain is the pride of all Croatian.
Venecija - La Serenissima
Once it was the seat of the mighty Hapsburg Empire and today a magnificent European capital of culture, opera and classical music
Largest Croatian lake.
After a walk though Zadar enjoy the beautiful sunsets and listen specific sound of Sea Organ.
"...if I was a foreigner, I would have liked Zagreb like not many other cities." A.G.Matoš, great Croatian poet
The most monumental sacral building in Croatia and the mother of all churches in the Archdiocese of Zagreb.