Things to do in Croatia
In addition the Istrian coastline and endless natural landscapes, there are so many more things to do in Croatia other than beautiful beaches and deep forests. The diverse landscapes, historical attractions and long coastline on the Adriatic Sea make Croatia one of the best places to book tours and trips.
The Plitvice Lakes National Park is part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There’s the fascinating old towns of Rovinj and Dubrovnik, along with both Split and Zagreb providing many historical monuments, tourist attractions and other things to do in Croatia.
Wine has been produced in the south of Croatia for over 2,500 years with many of the original varieties of grapes still being grown today. While traditional methods have been passed down through the generations, modern techniques and EU regulations have since resulted in larger wineries appearing across the country.
Croatian wine regions effectively split the country in two. The inland of Continental Croatia, where you will find mainly white wines, along with the Coastal Islands for production of fruitier flavours and dry reds. Zagreb is the largest city in the Republic of Croatia and is located in the northwest of the country beside the Sava River in the south of the Medvednica Mountain.
There are many things to do in Croatia, including the historical sites in Zagreb, which are best explored on foot. Guided tours give visitors information about the city while you can explore the main sights and attractions at your own leisure.Dubrovnik is also a stunning city to book a tour. Seduced by the natural splendour of Dubrovnik, visitors flock to the Old Town, the ancient City Walls and the narrow maze of lanes that traverse the city.Known as the ´Pearl of the Adriatic´, Dubrovnik once rivalled Venice as one of the world´s major sea powers. Dubrovnik was granted UNESCO World Heritage status in 1979.