Famous for its touristic islands alongside the Adriatic Sea, Croatia is also famous for its architecture, a country that attracts tourists with its history and nature. If you want to see the most special corners of this paradise country, all you have to do is plan a great blue tour!
A SOUTHEASTERN EUROPEAN COUNTRY
Croatia is a Southeast European country. Located on the Balkan peninsula, Croatia has a long coast to the Adriatic Sea. Slovenia, Hungary, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro are land-based neighbors of Croatia.
A CHARMING CAPITAL ZAGREB
Zagreb is the capital city of Croatia, as well as its largest city. Zagreb, which is the heart of the country in terms of culture, art and trade, is a city that has emerged in the past after being the enemy of each other and the decision of merger of two continuously fighting towns. In addition to the medieval structures, the aesthetic structures built during the rule of Austria, in particular, enhance the beauty of Zagreb, the shore of the Sava River. The population of the city is a mil. Almost a quarter of the country's population lives in Zagreb.
A STUNNING NATURE ...
Croatia is home to a magnificent nature. The interior of Croatia, where the coast is mountainous, is dominated by green hues. Plitvice National Park, near Zagreb, is a world-famous place. This natural wonder national park, which is protected by UNESCO, is also attracted by tourists.
FASCINATING DALMAÇYA COAST ...
One of the most important income items of Croatia is tourism. The Adriatic Sea shores of the country and the islands on these shores are particularly popular with European tourists. The architectural style of these cities, which is the colony of Italian city states in history, shows great similarities with Italy. Cities such as Rovinj, Pula, Split and Sibenik attract attention with their stone structures dating back to the Middle Ages.
A BIG HISTORY
The territory of Croatia, which has been part of the Roman Empire for many years, has also hosted the summer palaces of the emperors. The palace that Diocletian built in Split is the most striking one. After the collapse of the Roman Empire, the coastal regions under the influence of Italian city-states, Croatia's internal and northern parts remained under Austrian rule. Croatia, which is part of the Serbo-Croatian-Slovenian Kingdom and later Yugoslavia, declared its independence on October 8, 1991.
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