Category: Cities - Black Pearls

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OSIJEK – THE BIGGEST CITY IN SLAVONIA

sijek is the fourth largest city in Croatia and the largest one in Slavonia, a fertile Panonian plain. The city lies on the right bank of the Drava River, only two kilometres away from where it flows into the Danube River.

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VARAZDIN – THE BAROQUE PEARL OF CROATIA

Varaždin is a baroque pearl of Croatia and central Europe, a city in which history has so harmoniously immersed into the present, creating a unique setting for a pleasant and fulfilled stay.

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KARLOVAC – THE TOWN ON THE ESTUARY OF FOUR RIVERS

Only three cities in Europe are built in the form of a six-pointed star: Palmanova in Italy, Novy Zamky in Slovakia and Karlovac in Croatia. The town was built in the 16th century on the estuary of four rivers: Kupa, Korana, Mrežnica and Dobra. The town is well known tourist attraction for its manifestation “Beer days in […]

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SPLIT – THE TOWN WITH SPECIAL MEDITERRANEAN LIFESTYLE

Split (‘Spalatos’ in ancient Greek) is the second largest city in Croatia and the largest one in Dalmatia.

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DUBROVNIK – THE CROWN JEWEL OF CROATIA

The town of Dubrovnik is no doubt one of the biggest Croatian brand names and is the first place which comes to mind for most foreign tourists. Once a city-state, the well-known Republic of Dubrovnik, along with Venice, was the most important maritime power on the Adriatic.

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ZADAR – THE CITY WITH MOST BEAUTIFUL SUNSET

Zadar, the city with most beautiful sunset, is one of those cities that knows how to combine a milennial history with modern urban development. The town is fast-growing; the UK media once called it the entertainment hub of the Adriatic, but the town has managed to preserve the look that it obtained during the Roman period.

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SIBENIK – CROATIAN ROYAL CITY

Šibenik is an historical, cultural and economic center, located in the central part of the eastern Adriatic coast. This tourist destination is situated in a picturesque bay, in which river Krka flows in. Šibenik has an exceptional cultural tradition.

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PULA – A TOWN OF ROMAN CULTURE

Pula is a cultural and commercial capital of Istria, the biggest peninsula on the Adriatic, Pula is also an important tourist destination.

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RIJEKA – THE BIGGEST CARNIVAL IN EUROPE

The principal seaport of Croatia and a major industrial town, Rijeka is not a typical tourist destination. Nevertheless, Rijeka has its share of visitors, largely due to its rich and sometimes turbulent past which has left traces in the streets and facades but also on the mentality of its people.

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ZAGREB – THE CAPITAL OF CROATIA

The capital of Croatia, Zagreb is a central European cultural hub, visited by many cultural tourists every year. It is also a popular destination for those seeking culinary delights, while its old neighbourhoods of Gornji grad, Kaptol, Donji grad and the numerous secessionist and neoclassical palaces provide for an interesting cultural and historical itinerary.