What to do in Croatia
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What to do in Zagreb
Zagreb is the capital city of Croatia and a popular touristic destination. There are many attractions that you can visit and a lot of other things to do in Zagreb. If you love nature, you should visit the Maksimir Park. There are historic buildings, woods and a zoo. Romantic souls should visit Zagreb Upper Town which has museums, secret passages, art galleries and historical landmarks. Zagreb has a lot of sights that you should visit and some of them are: Lotrscak Tower, Stone Gate, Kaptol, Croatian National Theatre and Andautonia Archaeological Park. When you get tired of exploring, have a coffee in one of the many coffee bars in Zagreb. Main places in Zagreb where people gather for a drink are Cvjetni trg, Tkalciceva and Bogoviceva Street.
What to do in Pula
Pula has a very rich history and it is the largest city on the Istrian peninsula. Pula has many attractions that you should visit and there is, of course, the Adriatic Sea. The most famous Pula attraction is Pula Arena – one of the largest Roman Coliseums in the world. In history Arena was mainly used for gladiator fights and today it hosts various events and performances. Other must-see sights in Pula are: The Archaeological Museum of Istria, The historical Museum of Istria, The twin Gates, The Gate of Hercules and The Temple of Augustus. While you are in Pula, take a walk along the beautiful beaches and enjoy the view, or even go for a swim in the Adriatic, if you are visiting Pula in the summer.
What to do in Zadar
Zadar is one of the most beautiful cities in Croatia, located on the Dalmatian coast. With a very rich history, Zadar has a lot of attractions. One of the attractions is the Archaeological Museum where you can find out a lot about the Roman presence in Zadar over the centuries. Most popular attractions in Zadar are The Sea Organ and The greeting to the Sun. There you can hear the music of nature which is produced by waves and enjoy solar powered art installation which shines right after sunset. Other attractions that you can visit in Zadar are: the Five Wells Square, the Forum, the Gold and Silver of Zadar exhibition, the Museum of Ancient Glass and Land Gate.
What to do in Split
Split is the second largest city in Croatia, located on the Adriatic coast. Split has many historical attractions and a lot of other things to see and do. The most famous attraction in Split is the Diocletian Palace. It is 1700 years old palace built on two levels - lower at the sea level and higher level where Emperor Diocletian spent most of his time. Other attractions that you should visit are: Old Town, Marjan Hill, Grgur Ninski Statue, the Etnographic Museum and the Gallery of Fine Arts. There are also beautiful beaches where you can sunbathe in the summer, or just go for a walk in other seasons.
What to do in Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik is located on the south of the Adriatic Sea coast. It is a very popular tourist city with rich history. The most famous attraction of Dubrovnik are its walls. They are 2 km long and have three entrances, five forts and sixteen towers and bastions. You didn’t see the Dubrovnik if you didn`t take a walk on the city walls. Other must-see attractions in Dubrovnik are: Stradun ( the main street), Old City, Gates of Pile, Fort Lovrijenac, Dominican Monastery, Sponza Palace and The Clock Tower. In summer, you should also visit its beautiful beaches and go for a swim in one of the cleanest seas in Europe.