Croatia is a beautiful Mediterranean country with a wide range of natural sights and historic and cultural attractions. The country boasts numerous islands, wine regions and UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Top attractions include The Old City of Dubrovnik, Hvar Town, Plitvice National Park, Kornati National Park, Korcula, Diocletian's Palace, and Paklinski Islands. The country features aqua-transparent beaches off the Adriatic coastline, unique culture and delectable culinary options. Wherever your taste buds lead, a surprise treat awaits. Its continental cuisine has strong influences from the Hungarian, Austrian and Turkish culinary style. Its Mediterranean dishes bear resemblance of Italian cuisines. The Franjo Tu?man, Dubrovnik, and Split airports operate flights to Croatia. Aeroflot, KLM, Austrian and Turkish Airlines ply its route.
Zagreb, Croatia's capital city offers a cosmopolitan buzz, and medieval charm through its fairytale-like houses, modern restaurants and bars, cobbled streets and wooden alcoves. It features some of the country's most popular restaurants and coffee shops inside its classic facades, gardens and Neo-Gothic buildings. Often referred to as the "Jewel of an Empire", the second largest city in Croatia is Split. The city is the heartbeat of the country's commercial, political and cultural activities. Built by the Roman world's most powerful man, the Emperor Diocletian, it is located in the heart of the region of Dalmatia. Rich in stunning natural landscape, it is home to the highest mountain on the Croatian coast, Biokovo Mountain, Zlatni Rat beach on Bra? island and Diocletian's Palace.