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16M IS THE HEIGHT OF POSTOJNA CAVE

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CROATIA IS A LAND OF 100 ISLANDS

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HVAR HAS MORE THAN 113 SUNNY DAYS A YEAR

Postojna cave is more than 140 years old, spanning over 24000 meters in lenght.

Take a unique train ride through the beautiful corridors of the cave. It is a home of the extraordinary protected animal species known as the human fish.

Ljubljana is claimed to be one of the greenest cities in Europe and also known as a city of dragons, linked to Greek mythology.

While in the capital, you should take a funicular ride to reach the Ljubljana castle which offers a spectacular view of the city. Have a lunch or dinner at  „Gostilna pri gradu“, one of the best restaurants in the city.

Zagreb is a city of impressive past, nearly 1000 years old.

Did you know that the flag and emblem of Zagreb shows a white-walled town with three towers, and the golden gates wide open?
Open gates symbolize that the city is open to visitors and welcomes outsiders. Do not miss to visit St. Marko’s church, one of the oldest buildings in Zagreb.

Trakošćan castle is one of the most beautiful castles in Croatia.

The world of fairy tales still exists in this small picturesque part of Croatia, called „Croatian Zagorje“.Historians claim that the Grimm brothers who spoke fluent Croatian used it as a template and actually described this neo-Gothic castle in their tale Sleeping beauty. It hosts about 40 000 visitors each year.

Plitvice lakes is a must-see place and first on your priority list when you visit Croatia.

It is on UNESCO’s World Heritage List from 1979. Within the boundaries of this heavily forested national park, 16 crystalline lakes tumble into each other via a series of waterfalls and cascades. It is, however, forbidden to swim in the lakes, but you will still be mesmerized by the wonderful view of untouched nature.

Hvar Is the sunniest island of Croatia with more than 12o sunny days per year.

City of Hvar is a home to the oldest theatre in Europe. Conde Nast Traveler magazine has elected the island of Hvar one of the ten most beautiful islands in the world.

Korčula island  enchants the senses with its timeless beauty and casts an everlasting spell of wonder on those who tread upon its ancient stone.

Explore the life of a famous merchant traveler Marco by taking a look at his Museum. During the dinner, enjoy the traditional sword dance, known as „Moreška“. It is hundreds of years old, and it involves two groups of dancers, engaging in a mock battle over the fate of a veiled young woman.

Ston is world known for its City Walls and famous Salt mine Ston.

It is one of the three pans in Croatia, the oldest in Europe and possibly the world. It originates from the 14th century and now is in operation. If you’re a fan of seafood, the unique taste of Ston oysters and mussels will impress your taste buds for sure!

Witness Dubrovnik’s rich history and discover its magnificent buildings, palaces and treasures.

Explore the stunning architecture and history of world famous City! Witness Dubrovnik’s rich history and discover its magnificent buildings, palaces and treasures. Visit the „King’s landing“and walk along the wonderful Walls of Dubrovnik featured in a popular TV show Game of Thrones, where it is still being filmed along it’s 1940m walls.

Postojna cave

Postojna cave is more than 140 years old, spanning over 24000 meters in lenght.

Take a unique train ride through the beautiful corridors of the cave. It is a home of the extraordinary protected animal species known as the human fish.

Ljubljana

Ljubljana is claimed to be one of the greenest cities in Europe and also known as a city of dragons, linked to Greek mythology.

While in the capital, you should take a funicular ride to reach the Ljubljana castle which offers a spectacular view of the city. Have a lunch or dinner at  „Gostilna pri gradu“, one of the best restaurants in the city.

Zagreb

Zagreb is a city of impressive past, nearly 1000 years old.

Did you know that the flag and emblem of Zagreb shows a white-walled town with three towers, and the golden gates wide open?
Open gates symbolize that the city is open to visitors and welcomes outsiders. Do not miss to visit St. Marko’s church, one of the oldest buildings in Zagreb.

Trakošćan castle

Trakošćan castle is one of the most beautiful castles in Croatia.

The world of fairy tales still exists in this small picturesque part of Croatia, called „Croatian Zagorje“.Historians claim that the Grimm brothers who spoke fluent Croatian used it as a template and actually described this neo-Gothic castle in their tale Sleeping beauty. It hosts about 40 000 visitors each year.

Plitvice lakes

Plitvice lakes is a must-see place and first on your priority list when you visit Croatia.

It is on UNESCO’s World Heritage List from 1979. Within the boundaries of this heavily forested national park, 16 crystalline lakes tumble into each other via a series of waterfalls and cascades. It is, however, forbidden to swim in the lakes, but you will still be mesmerized by the wonderful view of untouched nature.

Hvar

Hvar Is the sunniest island of Croatia with more than 12o sunny days per year.

City of Hvar is a home to the oldest theatre in Europe. Conde Nast Traveler magazine has elected the island of Hvar one of the ten most beautiful islands in the world.

Korčula island

Korčula island  enchants the senses with its timeless beauty and casts an everlasting spell of wonder on those who tread upon its ancient stone.

Explore the life of a famous merchant traveler Marco by taking a look at his Museum. During the dinner, enjoy the traditional sword dance, known as „Moreška“. It is hundreds of years old, and it involves two groups of dancers, engaging in a mock battle over the fate of a veiled young woman.

Ston

Ston is world known for its City Walls and famous Salt mine Ston.

It is one of the three pans in Croatia, the oldest in Europe and possibly the world. It originates from the 14th century and now is in operation. If you’re a fan of seafood, the unique taste of Ston oysters and mussels will impress your taste buds for sure!

Dubrovnik

Witness Dubrovnik’s rich history and discover its magnificent buildings, palaces and treasures.

Explore the stunning architecture and history of world famous City! Witness Dubrovnik’s rich history and discover its magnificent buildings, palaces and treasures. Visit the „King’s landing“and walk along the wonderful Walls of Dubrovnik featured in a popular TV show Game of Thrones, where it is still being filmed along it’s 1940m walls.

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