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Cultural, scientific, economic, political and administrative centre of the Republic of Croatia with the headquarters of the Croatian Parliament, the President and the Government of the Republic of Croatia.
Discover the city by walking along the gas-lit streets of Upper Town. While making your way down towards the main city square, make a brief stop and enjoy the view of Kaptol and the cathedral, which has stood at that same place since the 13th century, and some say that the church had been there even earlier. Romantic streets teeming with cafes appear to be ideal for rest and refreshment after shopping for local groceries on one of the most charming markets of the city. Walk through the countless parks of the Green Horseshoe, all the way to a former stop of the Orient Express. On your way, you won't be able to avoid passing luxurious shops of the Ilica Street, the main city thoroughfare. When you get hungry, feel free to stop in one of the many local restaurants and have something to eat, while for the perfect end of the day, we recommend a ballet in the Croatian National Theatre ̶ an architectural masterpiece created by Austrian artists dating from the period of Late Historicism.
The largest Croatian peninsula and the two largest Croatian islands, Krk and Cres, including the coast situated in the west of the country. The biggest Croatian port of Rijeka and the historic towns of Pula and Senj.
Let's follow the path of white truffle and red soil: from Umag, the place where the most famous Croatian ATP tennis tournament is held, further on along the coast to Poreč, which is part of the UNESCO list of World Cultural Heritage, and further on along the Lim Channel to Rovinj and Pula, where you can see one of the few fully surviving Roman amphitheatres of the world, dating from the 1st century. We can also visit one of the best film festivals held in the small village of Motovun; and, why not visit the rescue centre of griffon vultures on the island of Cres ̶ all this while being bathed by the bracing air of the island of Lošinj. The National Parks Brijuni, Risnjak and Northern Velebit make this region a fascinating one for all lovers of nature and history. It should be an unavoidable stop on your trip across Europe.
This historical region of Croatia, encompassing the area from Zadar to the Republic of Ragusa, including the hinterland, is famous for the Dalmatian dog breed; however, once we start discovering the roads of Dalmatia, we won't have enough time to even mention the dogs. Having started our journey from Zadar, where we can hear music played by the sea and watch the Greeting to the Sun, let's move on towards the south, along the Adriatic Highway, the most important road of the Adriatic Coast, towards the small towns of Primošten, Šibenik - the oldest Croatian town, Trogir, a town recognised by UNESCO, and let's consider the beauty of a Roman emperor's palace in Split, as well as the beauty of the islands of Hvar, Korčula and Mljet, where we will stop for a quick glass of wine. Finally, we have reached a pearl of the world heritage, protected by UNESCO, one of the world's most prestigious organisations, and the jewel of Croatian history ̶ the city of Dubrovnik. Architecture, nature, history, culture and heritage make Dalmatia a region that is essential to all the tourist maps of the world.
It encompasses the region of Eastern Croatia, bordered by the rivers Sava, Drava and Danube, all the way down to the karst of the south, where we find possibly the biggest attraction of Croatia ̶ the Plitvice Lakes. If we decide to take a walk around Varaždin and suddenly arrive in Krapina, where we can see how our ancestors, Neanderthals, lived, we surely won't miss a chance to have a walk along the small streets of Samobor. And once we head eastwards, it is easy to reach the European stork village. Slavonian gourmet dinners, full of tradition and goodwill, are not easily forgotten. This breadbasket of Croatia offers beautiful landscapes and views of the countryside, from the castles of Hrvatsko Zagorje and the valleys and fields of Slavonia, all the way to the view of the easternmost European cathedral. At the easternmost point of the country we will meet the witnesses to the last war that ravaged Croatia, see the reconstructed town of Vukovar and hear the testimony of a reconciliation that happened on the shores of Danube.
Today, when talk about the Region, we use it as a geographical concept; however, if we take a quick look back at history, we will realise that we are actually talking about the Republic of Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Kosovo, Macedonia and Montenegro, which not so long ago were all part of Yugoslavia and which today welcome Albania ̶ the most closed European country ̶ as part of the region. Once we realise that Yugoslavia was one of the largest countries of Europe, it becomes understandable that it is a place where we will come across great cultural and natural diversity. Let's start from the north and the Slovenian Alps and then descend, following the rivers of Croatia, to a completely different culture, religion and script of Serbia, but don't forget the beautiful minarets of Bosnia and Herzegovina that upon the Old Bridge in Mostar, become one with the European culture. We continue along the picturesque landscapes of the historic Montenegro, the diversity of the streets of Kosovo, where from the window of the most luxurious hotel you can see Europe's culture clash, and finally meet the antiquity of the Macedonian capital. Albania offers beautiful beaches and a beautiful sea as well as more than several fortifications of the former regime, which remind us that it all happened only a quarter of a century ago. Gastronomy, history, geography, culture and tradition. Prepare for a daily dose of culture shock, because with every passed kilometre, we cross from one dimension to another something that cannot be seen anywhere else in the world.
Walking along the paths of tradition and guided by the plate, you will be taken to the cottages of Zagorje, where you will see how original zagorski štrukli, a popular cheese dish from the region of Hrvatsko Zagorje, are made, to kolinje, traditional pig slaughter, in Slavonia, where you can stuff a kulen sausage into a casing, to Istria to go truffle hunting and to Dalmatia to try pilchards. And we can also always grab a bite to eat at our neighbours and have a burek, yogurt and ćevapi in somun (Bosnian flat bread).
Let's go skiing or canoeing, mountaineering, or perhaps you would like to try zip-lining across the Cetina Canyon, rafting or jumping from the Šibenik Bridge.
Markets of Mostar or beaches of Montenegro, yodelling in the Slovenian Alps or the gastronomy of Lika, oyster and olive harvest in the south.
If you feel like spending a night out, you can enjoy everything, from folk to electronic music, everyone can find something for themselves in each one of the thousands of music festivals held along the Adriatic coast.
Trabaccolo or a luxurious cruise ship, no matter what you choose, you will be enchanted by the colour of the sea, while a refreshing swim is only a jump away.