Discover the beauty of Split
A perfect balance of modernity and tradition, Split is Croatia's second-largest city and it's always lively. Visit the must-see Diocletian’s Palace, stroll along the romantic Riva promenade, and stop by peaceful Saint Domnius Cathedral to get the full experience in this beautiful city.
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Hvar town (Hvar)
This town is situated on the south coast of the island of the same name, which lies between the islands of Brač, Vis, and Korčula, as part of the S
Baška Voda is a former fisherman’s village situated approximately 10 km north of Makarska and just south of Brela; the city has a population of abo
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Sutjeska National Park
Bosnia and Herzegovina’s oldest and largest national park is home to the highest peak of the country, Maglić Mountain, and the largest and best-pre
Sant'Elpidio a Mare
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Pula is the oldest Croatian city on the Adriatic coast, where artifacts created before our era have survived. It is determined not only by pictures