Trogir is one of the smaller towns in Croatia however it is one of the best preserved medieval towns in Europe. This town gets very popular during summer where visitors gather in bars and cafes along the waterfront. The Romanesque and Renaissance architecture is a popular attraction for most visitors along with the Roman ruins, art galleries, ancient streets, unique restaurants and boating activities.
Located on the Island of Korcula, the town is rich in olive groves, vineyards and dense pine forests. Korcula is full of rustic charm and age-old traditions with tourists enjoying religious ceremonies, festivals, music and dance. The town is laid back and offers some great beaches and Venetian architecture. The views from the top of the town are unforgettable and a visit to the old town is a must.
This hilltop medieval town is home to rolling olive fields and truffle- rich forests along with modern homes and shops that lead to the gates of the old town. Visitors come to Motovun for the incredible food and wine and artist studios. The town has a strong Italian influence and popular activities include olive oil tasting, biking and wine tasting. For one week every summer the town celebrates its annual film festival dedicated to independent film makers which is open to the public with outdoor screenings taking place.
Known as the greenest and sunniest island off the Croatian coast, Hvar is characterized by fields of lavender, olive groves and vineyards. The town is full of marble streets, Gothic palaces as well as beautiful clear water beaches. Hvar has become a popular stop over for boaters as it offers swanky hotels and elegant restaurants and bars. Hvar also has a buzzing nightlife and party atmosphere drawing in younger crowds.
This small town and fishing port is wedged between the end of the Istrian peninsula over water. The town is characterized by cobblestone alley ways and beautiful waterfronts that are lined with seafood restaurants and specialty coffee cafes. The town is sprinkled with hotels and resorts making it a busy destination in the summer. The St Euphemia Church is the most popular attraction, and while there are not a large number of activities within the town it still remains a charming place to visit.
The port town of Split has a very deep and present history. The array of marble arches, tight-knit alleyways and glimmering piazzas draws large numbers of visitors each year. The dramatic coastal mountains provide the perfect backdrop to the dozens of thriving bars, restaurants and shops. Diocletian's palace is one of the most impressive Roman monuments and is a must visit.
Situated at the mouth of the Cetina River and at the end of a picturesque canyon, Omis is located on Croatia's Dalmatian coast. The town is full of rich history and culture and is characterized by the rugged mountains. Beaches are also found in and around the small town of Omis with a number of beach and water activities available. Visitors can enjoy exploring the number of forts and churches as well as tasting the Dalmatian cuisine.
A popular holiday resort town in Istria with hundreds of accommodation options widely spread throughout the town. The Ancient basilica and Gothic, Romanesque and Baroque architecture are popular sites for tourists as well as the marina and shopping facilities. The town also has a buzzing nightlife with young crowds coming in from around the world to party.
Dubrovnik has become a very popular holiday destination, especially during summer. Dubrovnik is medieval in character with a number of baroque churches and stunning architecture. Dubrovnik is also packed with laid back cafes, trendy bars and restaurants and the famous city walls which encompass the Old Town are not to be missed. The endless views of the Adriatic sea make this pedestrianized town one to add to the bucket list.
One of the largest cities in Croatia, the capital of Zagreb is full of gorgeous buildings and multi-cultural charm. The town is heavily influenced by Austria and Hungary and is filled with historical and Gothic cathedrals and churches. The city is best discovered by foot by walking through the cobblestone streets while admiring the abundance of colorful street art. The town is also filled with quirky cafes, interesting museums, underground bars and incredible architecture.