With over 250 days of sunshine a year and a breathtaking scenery of the Adriatic, Dubrovnik is a destination for those who love the sun falling below the horizon in the midst of a meditation oranges and magentas to see.
Even if you have never been to Dubrovnik, located, you may have seen it in the movie; Lately, he has even more famous as one of the venues for HBO's success, Game of Thrones become. It has been one of the most important jewels of the Adriatic in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries since its pinnacle, and is one of the frescoes well preserved medieval cities of the world. A great way to really experience the walk around the walls is, in itself, you have a breathtaking view over the city and the blue waters stretch around.
The capital of Istria, Pula is ideally located, easily connected to the water and therefore has been inhabited since prehistoric times. Artifacts in the area found since the Neolithic and Bronze Age periods, and also appeared in Greek myths. See it more clearly as a Roman city. You will not miss the Roman Arena in Pula, which is reminiscent of the Colosseum in Rome. Every period of history you like, anything you find exciting in Pula.
Managed in one of the oldest national parks in the region, Plitvice Lakes have become one of the most beautiful places in the world famous worldwide. It's no wonder, really with waterfalls by lush, winding trees, in turquoise pools surrounded by a white edge landing, looks like a fairyland, which disappear at any time. The best visit soon, just in case.
Croatia is already a popular destination for summer holidays, but these stunning pictures of frozen waterfalls may tempt you to visit invierno.Situado between the coast and the capital, Zagreb, Plitvice Lakes National Park is on the warm weather list of many visitors. Heritage Humanity by UNESCO since 1979, it is composed of 16 interconnected lakes, surrounded by forests.
While the origins of the name Castle Trakošćan are shrouded in mystery, if not completely lost over the centuries, history can at least say that this force was in place since the twelfth century. You would know that it is not from your present neo-Gothic style, which came from a nineteenth-century renovation; It was originally built as a Roman fort before changing owners, managers and purposes many times over the years.
Despite national marvel and Roman cities on this list, take a minute, a true modern miracle to acknowledge the sun salutation in the coastal town of Zadar. In short, it is a large circle of glass and solar cells that collect energy during the day and then get a nighttime light show, to the delight of all who are there. And as if the visual beauty was not enough, the designers installed a sea organ, so that the movement of the waves will serenade while the lights show to watch.
Some cities that cover their historical sites, keeping them from everyday life to separate; Not so in Split. Emperor Diocletian built a palace for his retirement in the late third century AD, and still is in the center of Split. Over the years the city of Split but simply around it grew up around, and although there are still parts of what we now know as the Roman ruins, much of it only contributes to the city. If you want, you can sleep, eat and of course, drink famous wine from Croatia, all. Within the confines of the palace retreat of Diocletian
For a walk? Head north of Velebit National Park, which is in the middle of the Croatian coast right. The park covers the northern part of the country's largest mountain, the Velebit mountain, side and there are trails everywhere. To be found by the ancient inhabitants of the houses and huts of the left abandoned area. In addition, however, you will discover fascinating rock formations and a diverse array of local flora.
Croatia known as the Festinsko Kraljevstvo, the Kingdom of the Festini caves overlooks a beautiful version of the underworld. You will hear the water droplets over the centuries have stalagmites and stalactites formed creations, which, on the walls expressed their real shadows, found a difficult atmosphere in other places to create. Croatia may be known for its sun, but the cave system shows that it is necessary for the sun to have no beauty.
Like many of the other towns along the Adriatic coast, Rovinj has made a history through the millennia and contains references to all kinds of tribes, kingdoms and other rulers. You have behind a fascinating collection left by the unique architecture, especially in pastel shades, with red roofs, all gathered beautifully. If you are interested in historical linguistics, you should know that some people still Istriot Rovinj, a nearly extinct Romanesque language widely used in the speech field.