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Republic of Croatia is located in South-Central Europe on the Balkan Peninsula. The capital and the largest city is Zagreb. It shares borders with Slovenia, Bosnia, Herzegovina, Montenegro, Hungary and Serbia, bordering the Adriatic Sea.
Croatia – is a magical country with fantastic nature, several national nature reserves (Plitvice Lakes, Krka, Cave Vranzhakai etc.). The country is also called "the heart of the Adriatic" and "Coast of Hope": having been here once means to leave a piece of your heart here forever.
The country has so many attractive places, unusual and colorful cultural events:
• "Center for Peace Day" is celebrated every year on the 1st of April in Croatian town Ludbreg. On this day at city fountain pouring wine instead of water;
• In Zagreb in June, are held exhibition of flowers "Flora-Art".
The capital city of Zagreb is rich in monuments of art of past centuries.
Zagreb was formed by the merger of two towns: Kaptol and Gradec. At the heart of the Gothic church of St. Mark and the presidential palace Banský yard.
A special pleasure is to walk down the pedestrian alley of Ivan Zakmardiya, a funicular ride to the tower Lotrscak, where from the observation deck offered spectacular views of the city.
Let’s get acquainted with the city further. On the road waiting for us St. Stephen’s Cathedral, Archbishop’s Palace later baroque, and finally, the central area of Josip Jelacic with arcades and cemetery Mirogoj. In the market Dolach is always noisy and you can breathe the true flavor of the old Croatian, good-natured haggling with dealers and buy lots of deli.
The Theater of comedy is overloaded every night.
There are a lot of shady parks in Zagreb. The largest of these "Maksimir", created in the 19th century and the city Botanical Garden.
Zagreb’s main attraction is Ante Miramar’s Ethnographic Museum, which shows the Egyptian and Greek art collections, as well as the paintings of Renaissance great artists: Van Dyck, Raphael, Renoir, etc. Exhibits also include a collection of original works of glass and sculpture.
In the Shtrossmayer’s Gallery or as it is called gallery of old masters will show you a collection of 600 works of art.
Lotrshchak tower was built in the 13th century to protect the city of Hradec.
Other Croatian cities are waiting for you to show you the sights, to offer you the best holiday on the beaches and excellent national cuisine.
"Those who seek paradise on earth must come to Dubrovnik" these are the words of George Bernard Shaw.
There is a list of the most beautiful cities in Europe; including which are three cities: Dubrovnik, Venice and Amsterdam. The city was taken under the protection of UNESCO. The main attractions of the city: the main street Stradug, Lodge Square, Spontsa Palace (16th c.), Dominican monastery (14 c.), The Church of St. Blasius (18th c.), the prince’s palace, the Franciscan monastery (14 c.) Dubrovnik will reveal its own attractions, such as a library Franciscan monastery, which holds ancient books on alchemy, the Cathedral, built by the architect Buffalini in 1713 with medieval sculptures.
Croatia’s national cuisine truly deserves your attention. A variety of dishes, such as the Dalmatian prosciutto, Istrian soup maneshtra, lichsky and sheep’s milk cheese, a variety of kuleny (kind of sausage) and much more – will open you a taste of Croatian cuisine.
As for drinks, it is worth noting red wine "Teran", "Merlot", "Opoplo", "Plavac" white wine "Malvasia", "Poship", "Kuyundzhusha" and "Zhlahtina." Among the most famous liquors are "Slivovitza", "Travaritsa" and "Maraschino".
Prices in cozy cafes and restaurants are quit acceptability. Including alcoholic beverage dinner costs around 20-25 EUR. The portions are very generous, especially in the national taverns "conobe."
In the city of Istra is a "leaning" tower. This is the bell tower in Završje and its height is 22 meters, and the slope amounts to 40 cm;
It is also the walled city of Hum with a population of just 23 people and town is in the Guinness Book of Records as the smallest city in the world.
Trogir is notable for the fact that its entire historical center listed as UNESCO heritage. The city itself is located on the Island and connected to the mainland by a bridge. Trogir was founded by Greek Dorians who settled here BC. e. Since ancient times in Trogir preserved altar to the goddess Hera and marble altar, the remains of the Roman baths-thermas, the stele depicting Bacchus and Pan, and other relics.
The old center of Trogir, surrounded by walls includes castle, a few houses and a palaces, Romanesque, Gothic Renaissance and Baroque. The most famous building of Trogir is Cathedral of St. Lovro
Split is the second largest city in Croatia. The city is appeared on the site of Roman emperor Diocletian imperial palace which was built in 295, surrounded at the time by strong walls, behind which hid in the VIII century residents of neighboring towns, ruined by Avar and Slavic tribes. In Split hosts many folk festivals: Fishermen nights, during which all the people are treated fish delicacies, music festivals and more.
Croatia is waiting for you!