Croatia´s World Heritage sites are culturally rich and numerous due to its historic relevance and great level of preservation. Some have been part of UNESCO for decades like Dubrovnik Old Town, Split’s Diocletian’s Palace and Plitvice Lakes.
We present some of the most famous Croatia´s World Heritage Sites.
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Not only they conect parts of cities, people and nations, they also tell a story and give its cities a symbolic value.
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Known as the Pearl of the Adriatic, this coastal town in Croatia with views over the blue water, walks through the old town, some of the best seafood and boutique hotels is a perfect tourist destination.
In 13th century it became an important Mediterranean sea power but throughout the history it was destructed on several ocations. In 1667 it was hit by the earthquake and in 1991 it was damaged by armed conflict. Nevertheless, the city managed to keep the architectural monuments almost intact and preserve its beautiful churches, monasteries and palaces. We present some of the Dubrovnik’s most famous attractions. Continue reading “Best of Dubrovnik”
Here is list of things you should see and do during your stay in Venice.
1 – Travel by boat on the Grand Canal: it is the main canal of Venice, along about 3800 meters; you can admire the long sequence of beautiful historic buildings overlooking the canal, navigating from Saint Lucia railway station to San Marco square. Continue reading “The best 10 things to see and do in Venice”