A landscape that attracts the clear sea, pebble beaches and beautiful nature. The destination you love or not. Most tourists from the Czech Republic go to Croatia by car or bus. But what to try to travel to Croatia by air? The journey immediately becomes more comfortable and faster.
Croatia is a destination that is popular for its availability, not only in terms of distance, but also in terms of price and language. You can speak here without knowledge of any of the foreign languages. Probably the biggest attraction is the clear sea itself and the hill of beautiful beaches. You will also come across hidden beaches here, where you can steal a little sea just for yourself. If you are tired of just lying on the beach, set out to discover all the beauties of the Adriatic.
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The beautiful town of Trogir is definitely worth a visit. It is an old original historic town, which offers many narrow streets in which you like to get lost and forget about the world around you. You will also find many small windows with wooden shutters reminiscent of Venice. In Trogir, don’t forget to stop at the local port and market, where you can buy something good for your teeth.
Dubrovnik is a city with massive walls from the 10th century, you can see the exhibits in the Maritime Museum, admire historical buildings such as the Prince’s Palace, the Dominican Monastery, the Sponza Palace. Or go on a boat trip to the nearby island of Lokrum. There is an old abandoned temple, which breathes an ancient atmosphere and a special charm. It is built in a quiet mysterious garden, in which pieces of buildings and tombstones are scattered.
In Split you will find traces of Roman ancestors who left behind the beautiful Diocletian’s Palace. It is a large complex with lots of turrets, windows, corridors, alleys and an enthusiastic admiration of hundreds of thousands of visitors. It is one of the most valuable UNESCO monuments and its unique cellar has no comparison or competition in the world.
One of the most famous places is the Plitvice Lakes National Park, which is forever connected with the film Treasure on the Silver Lake. This most famous Croatian national park is home to bears, foxes and deer. But the biggest attractions are clear karst lakes, waterfalls and caves.
If you prefer mountains, your destination should be Risnjak National Park. This limestone and dolomite mountain range with karst formations provides a home to many animals, including the protected lynx.
Something to eat
The Mediterranean tradition is felt in every meal you taste here. Croats are masters in training cevabčiči or shish kebabs. You should taste dried prosciutto ham or pickled olives. You can also look forward to a varied selection of fish and seafood. And don’t forget to drink all this with great wine or local alcohol rakija.
For Game of Thrones enthusiasts
It will probably not be a novelty for lovers that part of this cult series was filmed in Croatia. The director chose the beautiful Dubrovnik in his film viewfinder, which fit into the whole concept of the series. And for all rock enthusiasts, a visit to Dubrovnik is a mandatory stop for a holiday in Croatia.
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