Croatia, situated at the crossroads of Central and Southeastern Europe, is a destination that enchants with its remarkable blend of history, culture, and natural beauty. Known for its beautiful Adriatic coastline dotted with over a thousand islands, medieval architecture, and vibrant cities like Dubrovnik and Zagreb, Croatia offers a unique experience that beckons to both the history aficionado and the nature admirer.

Where is Croatia?

Croatia borders the Adriatic Sea between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Slovenia. Its geographic position places it between Central Europe to its north, the Balkans to its south, and the Mediterranean Sea to its west. Notably, it shares land borders with Slovenia, Hungary, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Montenegro.

Ancient Towns and Sapphire Waters

Walled towns, island hopping and exceptional vistas

From the sun-soaked beaches and crystal-clear waters of the Adriatic Sea to its charming historic cities such as Dubrovnik, Croatia provides an enchanting mix of scenic beauty and architectural grandeur. Whether you're a nature enthusiast, history buff, or food and wine lover, Croatia promises a unique experience in every corner.

Where should I visit in Croatia?



You can’t go far wrong in Dubrovnik, a walled city practically dripping with history and blessed with the good looks to match. Scale the fortifications and gaze longingly at the shimmering emerald waters below, before stepping down to find yourself meandering a maze of cobbled streets. Each one is dotted with tavernas brimming with merry patrons, and more inconspicuous cubby holes that you’ll only ever discover with serendipity as your guide. Explore Dubrovnik Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage site with beautiful buildings, or wander the city walls for unadulterated views.

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