Address: Brač, Croatia.
Brac is the largest Island in the Adriatic Sea and looks so attractive due to its shape. It has beautiful pebble beaches and crystal clear water that makes so interesting for surfing, kayaking, and diving. Another attraction is Vidova Gora, the highest peak in Brac Island with 778m. And don't miss to take a spoon of Olive oil, a rare one named 'buhavica', which is very healthy and add the taste of your dishes.
A UNESCO World Heritage listed National Park, which is one of the oldest and beautiful National Parks in Croatia. The interesting thing to see there are many numbers of lakes which are connected through waterfalls. You can find greenery everywhere you look. It spreads around 300sq. km where you can find rare species of birds and animals.
Address: Flavijevska ul., 52100, Pula, Croatia.
Pula Arena is the largest amphitheater, especially a Roman one still existing today is a must watching place in Croatia. It has four side towers with Roman architecture style. Under Roman rule, Arena was a regional center. Today Arena is used as a venue for conducting many cultural events, sports and for cinematic works.
Address: Hvar, Croatia.
The most interesting things you can enjoy In Hvar Islands are pebbled beaches, 13th-century walls, hilltop fortress, boat tours to nearby islands and a renaissance - era Cathedral, etc. This is the sunniest spot in Croatia and also you can find some elegant restaurants, classic hotels, party spots, and beach bars.
Address: Obala kralja Petra Krešimira IV, 23000, Zadar, Croatia.
This amazing music phenomenon was created in 2005 by an architect Nikola Basic and located in Zadar. This natural music instrument plays according to the sea waves and how it works is due to the pipes which build under the steps. So if you want to relax sometime by hearing natural music in a cool place, visit Zadar.
Address: Visovac Monastery, 22324, Brištane, Croatia.
By visiting this monastery, you feel that you are in another World. Just like seeing in Pictures, such a beautiful destination in the middle of a lake located in Krka National Park, Croatia. This Catholic monastery is known as the 'Mother of God Island'. This was built under the suggestion of Augustinian monks and later modified by Franciscans. It has vast collections of rare books and historical manuscripts.
Address: 20000, Dubrovnik, Croatia.
This archaeological museum was established in 1939 in Zagreb. This is one of the largest museums in Croatia and spreads in 3 floors with vast collections includes more than 450,000 varied artifacts and monuments starting from the Stone Age to the present day. Coins, statues, monuments, jewels of different periods are worth to watch.
Address: 4709 Landis Ave, Vineland, NJ 08360, United States.
A monument to Sun, of course, a rare incident you might have ever heard. Of course, you can find it in Zadar which is dedicated to Sun. It consists of 300 multi-layered glass plates incorporated in the stone quay in the shape of a circle. The solar plates absorb solar energy in daylight and transforming into illuminated lights overnights.
Address: Trg Riječke rezolucije 1, 51000, Rijeka, Croatia.
This 13th-century castle is an important landmark in Croatia. This is a well-preserved castle located 138 meters above sea level so that you can watch it from any part of the town. On the main tower, you will get sightseeing points and a sculpture of a pole with a Croatian flag. Some other noticeable things area copper sculpture of a basilisk, St Mark's stone lion on the entrance and regular exhibitions.
Address: Rovinj, Croatia.
This is a wonderful picture square port in the Istrian peninsula. The attractive factors are cobbled streets, a hilltop church of St. Euphemia, and pebbled beaches in the lone Bay, etc. Also, you can roam around the colorful city, shopping streets, restaurants and art galleries.
Address: Lozovac, Croatia.
Krka National Park is famous for the amazing 7 waterfalls situated along Krka River. Skradinski Buk falls are the popular one among the waterfalls and a favorite tourist destination in Croatia. You will get boat tours to visit the waterfalls. You can enjoy swimming in some areas of the Park.
Address: Šetalište Ivana Meštrovića 46, 21000, Split, Croatia.
This art gallery is located in Split stands as a memory of the 20th century Sculptor, Ivan Mestrovic who is considered as Croatia's greatest Sculptor ever. You can watch many of his masterpiece works made in wood, bronze, marble, and plaster.