Brijuni National Park: relax in the national park when you are in Istria.
The Brijuni archipelago with its 2 islands and 12 islets offers stunning natural beauty, rare flora, a safari park where exotic animals roam free and almost a hundred between archaeological/cultural sites and buildings ranging from Neolithic settlements to the creation of a presidential residency visited by statesman from all over the world.
Explore the biggest Croatian island and let its diversity surprise you!
Visit the city of Krk that is the administrative, cultural and religous center of the island.
The cathedral complex and the Frankopan family castle dominate the city and are its most
famous motifs. Stop in the town of Punat and take a boat trip to the small island of
Košljun to visit the ancient franciscan convent. If you want to discover the
taste of autochtonus Žlahtina wine, sheep cheese and prosciutto, visit Vrbnik– a charming
seafront town with spectacular views.
In Baška, the cradle of Croatian literacy, where the Baška tablet was found at St. Lucy`s
church, you can relax on the the 2 km long beach.
Possibility of including the islands of Cres and Lošinj making it a trio of visited islands- the perfect circular trip to the northern Adriatic region.
PLITVICE LAKES NATIONAL PARK:
Get in touch with nature and discover the 16 terraced lakes of the Plitvice Lakes National Park an UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979 and the oldest and largest national park in Croatia. Cross the 12 interconnecting Upper Lakes and stroll across wooden bridges and paths that cross the waterfalls. Then, board an electric boat and take a journey through the Lower Lakes and enjoy the breathtaking views of the Great Waterfall (78m) and surrounding forest.
Discover all the charm Zagreb, the Croatian capital, has to offer. Explore its historic and cultural parts of the Upper Town and feel the pulse of its more modern, vibrant and urban parts of the Lower Town.
Take the funicular to Gradec – the Upper Town – and enjoy fine city views from the Strossmayer Promenade. Discover St Catherine`s Church, the Lotrščak Tower, the Stone Gate and the seat of the Croatian Parliament. Then, go down via Tkalčićeva Street to the Lower Town and stroll among the stalls of Dolac Market to the Cathedral, one of the greatest landmarks of the city and to the Main – Ban Jelačić – square.
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