Croatia Airlines - What to visit in Croatia

What to visit in Croatia


 

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  • Travel period: indefinite 
    - for flights Brussels - Zagreb:  indefinite 
    - for flights Brussels - Dubrovnik / Split: 24 JAN - 15 DEC 2017
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If you are traveling from Brussels to Croatia with Croatia Airlines, you will land on airport in one of these five cities: Zagreb, Pula, Zadar, Split or Dubrovnik. While you are there, you could discover the place.

What to visit in Zagreb


Zagreb is the capital and the largest city of Croatia. This city has rich history and many sights to visit. Nature lovers should visit Nature Park Medvednica which was founded in 1981. It is placed on the slopes of the beautiful Mount Medvednica and its highest peak is Sljeme.
Sights in Zagreb that are a must include: Croatian Museum of Naive art, The Mimara Museum, Archaeological Museum, Park Maksimir, Jarun Lake, Mirogoj Cemetery, The Tower of Lotrscak, Andautonia Archaeological Park, Ban Jelacic Square and the Catedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary.

What to visit in Pula


Pula is the largest city on the Istrian peninsula. As a city with rich history, Pula has many attractions that you should visit. The most famous attraction of Pula is Arena – the sixth largest amphitheatre in the world. Visit subterranean caverns in Arena where the Romans kept wild animals together with the Christians. Today Arena is an outdoor concert venue with music and theatre programmes.
Sights that you should visit while you are in Pula are: The Gate of Hercules (dating from the 1st century), The twin Gates, Archaeological Museum of Istria, The Temple of Augustus, The Arch of the Sergii, The historical Museum of Istria and The Orthodox Church of St. Nicholas.

What to visit in Zadar


Zadar is located on the Dalmatian coast and has a very rich history. The most famous attraction that you should visit in Zadar are the Old City Walls. The Venetians built the walls in the 16th century as a defense against the Turks. You should also visit Land Gate (built in 1543) which has the relief of the emblem of Venice and other interesting features.
Other must-see attractions in Zadar are: The Sea Organ, Greeting to the Sun (a light installation on the waterfront), an exhibition of church inventory called The Gold and Silver of Zadar, The Museum of Ancient Glass, The Zadar Cathedral and The Roman Forum.

What to visit in Split


Split is the second largest city in Croatia, situated on the Adriatic coast. Split has many historical attractions that are a must for any visitor. The most popular attraction is Diocletian Palace. More than 1700 years old, the palace is one of the most important pieces of architectural heritage of the Roman Empire.
Other attractions that you should visit in Split are: The Vranjača cave, Marjan Forest Park, Ivan Meštrović Gallery, The city stadium at Poljud, Riva (Split waterfront), The statue of Gregory of Nin, The Silver Gate, The Bronze Gate and The Gallery of Fine Arts.

What to visit in Dubrovnik


Dubrovnik is situated on the south of the Adriatic Sea coast. Dubrovnik has many attractions that are a must, and the most famous attraction are the 2 km long city walls. They have five forts, three entrances and sixteen towers and bastions. If you walk along the walls for 2 km, you will see all the main sights of Dubrovnik.
Other attractions in Dubrovnik include: The Stradun (the main street in Dubrovnik), Fort Lovrijenac, The Old Harbour, The Pile Gate and The Cathedral of the Assumption.


Travel to Croatia from Brussels by plane
 
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Airline tickets from Brussels to Croatia
 
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Airports in Croatia
 
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Flights from Brussels to Croatia
 
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