Croatia Airlines - What to see in Croatia

What to see in Croatia


 

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  • IMPORTANT!!! Checked baggage: not included in the price

    It is possible to pay for checking in your bag. First checked bag will be charged 30 € per direction. Alternatively, you can opt for a higher fare family, including checked baggage. More information on fare families and baggage policy can be found here

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What to visit in Zagreb

Zagreb is the capital and the largest city of the Republic of Croatia. There are many attractions that you need to visit while you are in Zagreb. If you love nature, you should visit the Maksimir Park which was founded in 1787 and is the oldest public park in Zagreb. You should also visit Nature Park Medvednica which is situated on the slopes of the Medvednica Mountain. The highest peak of Medvednica is called Sljeme.
Other attractions include: Lake Jarun, Mirogoj Cemetery, Mimara Museum, Ban Jelacic Square, Stone Gate, The Tower of Lotrscak, Andautonia Archaeological Park 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 with a very rich history and lots of attractions. Most recognizable attraction of Pula which is a must is the Pula Arena – the sixth largest amphitheatre in the world, surviving since the Roman Empire. Throughout history Arena was used for gladiator fights and to torture Christians. Now it is used as a venue for different performances.
Other Pula attractions include: Temple of Augustus, The Gate of Hercules, Arch of the Sergii, The twin Gates, The historical museum of Istria, the Cathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary and the Archeological museum of Istria.

What to visit in Zadar

Zadar is located on the Dalmatian coast and has a rich history. One of the most recognizable attractions of Zadar that you should visit is the City Walls, built by Venetians in the 16th century as a defense against the Turks. Another interesting attraction is Land Gate, built in 1543. It has the relief of the emblem of Venice.
Other Zadar attractions include: The Sea Organ and The greeting to the Sun, the Forum, The Museum of Ancient Glass,the exhibition of the church artifacts called the Gold and Silver of Zadar, the Five Wells Square, Zadar Cathedral and Zadar Archaeological Museum.

What to visit in Split

Split is the second largest city in Croatia, located on the Adriatic coast. This city has a rich history and lots of attractions to visit. Most recognizable Split attraction is 1700 -year- old Diocletian palace, built on two levels by the Roman emperor Diocletian. Diocletian palace is one of the most important architectural heritage pieces of the Roman Empire.
Other Split attractions are: Grgur Ninski Statue, Old town, Marjan Hill, The Silver Gate, the Bronze Gate, the Vranjača cave, Poljud Stadium and the Gallery of Fine Arts.

What to visit in Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik is one of the most famous Croatian cities, located on the Adriatic Sea coast. The most recognizable Dubrovnik must-see attraction is its 2km long walls with three entrances, five forts and sixteen towers and bastions. From Dubrovnik city walls you can see all the main sights of that city.
Other Dubrovnik attractions worth visiting are: Fort Lovrijenac, Sponza Palace,Maritime Museum, Orlando Column,the main street called Stradun, Dominican monastery and The Big Fountain of Onofrio.


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