Split, Zagreb, or Dubrovnik?

With over 1,000 islands, sensational music festivals, and a spectacular rocky coast bathed by the Mediterranean’s clearest waters, Croatia offers numerous destinations of spectacular beauty for your offsite: historic cities with incredible architecture, enticing islands with perfect beaches, verdant vineyards and lush forests, photogenic villages and mountain passes, and hundreds of kilometers of dazzling coastline. Whether exploring offshore or on land, you will never be far from beautiful landscapes. Known as the “pearl of the Adriatic,” Dubrovnik is undoubtedly one of the best places to visit in Croatia. Dubrovnik is a small seaside town with a big personality, astonishing medieval architecture, red roofs, and a fascinating history. Immediately recognizable due to the fame of King’s Landing in Game of Thrones, the old town of Dubrovnik is a must-visit. This fortified area is home to many historical sites, including the Pile Gate, the Rector’s Palace, and St. Ignatius Church. Stroll through the streets, savor a gelato. Then, climb the fortress walls for breathtaking views! Afternoons are better spent relaxing at Banji Beach, a magnificent white pebble beach. For sunset, take the cable car to the top of Mount Srd for a panoramic view. Furthermore, one of the best places to visit in Croatia is also located on the Dalmatian coast: Split is a charming Mediterranean city. Split holds great historical significance; it’s a place where the Romans left their mark with ancient walls, columns, and medieval streets. Like Dubrovnik, Game of Thrones was filmed here. Although Split is a small city, it has much to offer. Start your day by visiting Diocletian’s Palace, built in 305 AD as a retirement home for the Roman emperor. It’s now a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the most visited locations in the area. The old town of Split is a perfect place to wander through narrow streets and cobblestone alleys. People’s Square, situated at the heart of the old town, is filled with small cafes and restaurants. For the best view, you must climb the bell tower of St Domnius Cathedral, considered the world’s oldest Catholic cathedral. Lastly, Croatia’s largest city is often overlooked by travelers drawn to the beaches and national parks of the south, but it ranks among the best places to visit in Croatia. Zagreb, one of the most liveable capitals in the Balkans region, is a must-visit for lovers of beautiful architecture. Zagreb is divided into two parts: The Upper Town (Gradec) and the Lower Town. A third area, New Zagreb, is located across the Sava River that runs through the city. One of the most important landmarks of historic Zagreb is St. Mark’s Church, with its vibrant tile roof bearing two coats of arms. The nearby St. Catherine’s Church is one of the country’s most beautiful baroque churches.

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