Croatia Airlines - What to see in Croatia

What to see in Croatia


 

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  • Fare family: Fly Easy - for sale on/after 27th July 2017.
  • Hand baggage: 1 piece up to 8 kg (max.dimensions 115 cm)
  • 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

  • The prices refer to Croatia Airlines return flights and include airport taxes and the Ticket Service Charge for purchase on our website.
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  • Ticket sales: from 27 July to 26 October 2017
  • Travel period: from 2 May to 26 October 2017 (on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday)
  • Minimum stay: 3 days or weekend
  • Maximum stay: -
  • Changes: permitted with surcharge
  • Refund: not permitted (except for a part of airport taxes charges)
  • The number of seats available at the above given prices are limited on each flight.
  • Prices can vary due to changes of airport taxes.

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  • food and drinks
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  • web check-in
  • accrual of miles /Miles & More or any other Star Alliance frequent flyer programme


What to see in Zagreb

Zagreb is the capital and the largest city in Croatia. Because of that and because of many attractions, this city is a very popular touristic destination. There really is something for everyone: the Maksimir Park, Mount Medvednica and Jarun Lake for nature and animal lovers, Croatian Museum of Naive Art and Mimara Museum for art lovers and many other sights.
When you get tired of sightseeing, you should have a coffee at any cafe in Zagreb. If you are visiting Zagreb during sunny days, you will see many people on the terraces of cafes. People in Zagreb are very friendly and they will be happy to guide you through Zagreb.

What to see in Pula

Pula is located in Istria and it is the largest town on the Istrian peninsula. It is a popular tourist destination, especially in the summer when the majority of tourists visit the seaside. However, this is not the only reason why people come to this town. Pula also has a very rich history and one of the most popular historical buildings: the Arena. It is the sixth largest amphiteatre in the world, built by the Romans. Today it is used as a venue for concerts and other performances. Other sights in Pula include: The Gate of Hercules, The Temple of Augustus, Archaeological museum of Istria, Arch of the Sergii and The historical museum of Istria.

What to see in Zadar

Zadar is one of the most beautiful cities in Croatia, located on the Dalmatian coast. It is a popular tourist destination because of its beautiful beaches and very rich history. There are Old City Walls built by the Venetians in the 16th century. Its main purpose was the defence against the Turks. While you are in Zadar, don`t miss The Sea Organ and The greeting to the Sun. There you will hear the beautiful music of nature, which is produced by waves. Other must-see attractions in Zadar are the Forum, The Museum of Ancient Glass, Zadar Archaeological Museum and the exhibition of church artefacts “Gold and Silver of Zadar.”

What to see in Split


Split is the second largest city in Croatia and the largest city on the Adriatic coast. It is a very popular tourist destination because of the sunny days, beautiful beaches and a great history. The most famous historical building in Split is the 1,700- year- old Diocletian Palace. It is also one of the most important pieces of architectural heritage of the Roman Empire. Other must-see attractions in Split are Riva (Split waterfront), Old Town, Marjan Hill, The Statue of Grgur Ninski, Silver gate, Bronze gate and The Gallery of Fine Arts.

What to see in Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik is a Croatian city situated on the south of the Adriatic Sea coast. It is a very popular tourist destination most famous for its 2 km long city walls. They have three entrances, five forts and sixteen towers and bastions. If you walk along the walls, you will see all the main sights of Dubrovnik. Some of other attractions in Dubrovnik are Old City, Stradun (the main street), Fort Lovrijenac, Sponza Palace, The Big Fountain of Onofrio, The Old Harbour and The Clock Tower.

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