An aerial shot of the mountain Srđ in Dalmatia, Croatia with its cute orange houses and busy streets contrasting with the busy port on the front

Dubrovnik is a city that absolutely mesmerises you with its image and history in every detail. Its
dynamism and atmosphere are unique. Historic buildings of this place seem to create a fairy-tale
perspective. According to legends, the first settlement was formed here in the 7th century. The
stately ring of wonderfully preserved medieval fortifications will make a great impression on you. The city walls of Dubrovnik were built thanks to its extraordinary and progressive society, whose various achievements were often ahead of their time. It became famous in history as a city-state, the Republic of Dubrovnik. British and Irish poet George Bernard Shaw said that those who wanted to see paradise on earth should go to Dubrovnik. I think that there is nothing else for you to do but
verify in person his famous sentence describing this extraordinary place.

Capital City of the Republic of Croatia. Zagreb is a city with many faces and images. Its profile is
amazing: from concrete communist areas to an extraordinary historic centre. All this makes that this place hums with life and has an original dimension. At your disposal, there is a great range of
attractions that are symbols of the city. It is enough to mention the Zagreb Cathedral, the St. Mark’s
Church, the beautiful Ban Jelačić Square, which is literally and figuratively the beating heart of
Zagreb. Moreover, the fascinating streets: Ilica shopping street and Tkalčicieva street of restaurants
and entertainment – who doesn’t like shopping and having fun?! The Manduševac fountain that
harbours legends about the city name and offers a chance for a life of happiness – this is also
something you cannot miss in Croatia, my dear! The historic Zagreb Funicular; the Mirogoj Cemetery – a place that combines the spiritual world, art and history. Green areas, numerous squares and parks… And all this located at the foot of the Medvednica Nature Park and on the Sava River. The city will charm you with its diversity and colourfulness.


A closeup shot of the Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb at night


Aspalathos, Spalatos, Spalatum – these are its historical names. One of them definitely refers to the building that, for many centuries, has added splendour to the city's image, thus making its landscape extraordinary. Of course, it refers to the Diocletian's Palace, which gives evidence of the city’s Roman roots. It is brilliantly integrated with the modern city unit. Visiting Split is a fantastic experience of communing with the past that appears before your eyes at every step. If you are fascinated with history, you simply cannot miss it! The city’s breath-taking location – the Marjan peninsula and mountain areas create an unforgettable panorama. Split is the very place from where there is a view of the beautiful world of the Croatian coast with the Islands of Brač, Hvar, Šolta and Čiovo. Do you love sports? So do the Croats. Split is the home town of the famous Hajduk Split soccer club founded in 1911. If you like to admire big cities in the evening or at night, Split will delight you! The Dalmatian and urban reality that is waiting for you. So, let’s head for Split!
Zadar is a showpiece of the northern coast of the wonderfully blue Adriatic Sea. It is naturally protected by the Archipelago of Zadar Islands, which hides numerous beautiful areas and makes this place a great base for exploring the magical island world full of fun and adventure. It is believed that Julius Caesar himself founded the Roman COLONIA JULIA JADER here. As in terms of urban planning, the city was built exactly according to Roman determinants. The pleasure you must experience is walking along the most famous street in the city, the so-called Kalelarga. Zadar is also the home town of the exquisite Maraschino liqueur, which captivates everyone with its taste. It is said that the greats of this world drank it, namely Napoleon, Balzac and members of the British royal court… So, you should taste it, as well. The most beautiful sunsets happen here, which thesis was put forward by Alfred Hitchcock when visiting Zadra. Following his opinion, try to experience at least one sunset there.


A high angle shot of the Church of St. Donatus Zadar in Croatia at night


Pula is a beautiful princess of the Istria Peninsula. It has attracted tourists with its phenomenal Arena for a long time… but do you know what it is? Wouldn't it be wonderful to be inside it and listen to stories of battles fought in the past by gladiators and wild animals until the last breath, until the last drop of blood… It is built at the famous and historically celebrated VIA FLAVIA road, which used to lead from Pula to Aquileia and Rome. The magic of the stories about the past will enchant you and take you to a completely different dimension.

Truffles are the symbol of the region’s unique gastronomic offer. Have you ever tried truffles? It is said that people have eaten them here since Roman times. Maria Teresa herself was to taste them here during her trip from Trieste to Vienna. Treat yourself to a bit of luxury for your palate and plunge into the culinary world of this part of Croatia. You won’t regret it.
The dazzling Dalmatian architecture of this place delights everyone. It makes you realize that architecture can also be one of the dimensions of beauty. The Cathedral of St. Jakub, an outstanding and worthy work of architect Juraj Dalmatinec, entered in the UNESCO World Heritage List is a phenomenon itself. It is truly impressive and impresses all enthusiasts of architectural beauty. Have you ever admired such buildings live? When visiting Šibenik, you visit one of the many places on the coast where time absolutely does not count, where there is no rush, where the rhythm of the day is dictated by your heart and your desires, because Dalmatia is as it were… out of time. Would you like to experience such an atmosphere and forget about everyday worries? Take a chance; it's that simple….




The capital of the continental part of the country, a region called Slavonia, is still an undiscovered area of Croatia. Ubiquitous farmlands, forests, orchards and meadows. The beauty of the Sava, Drava and Danube Rivers. The richness of agricultural crops, which, amidst the carefree silence, make up the beauty and uniqueness of the next incarnation of this land. Osijek – a delightful city in the region. The unique atmosphere of this place is created by its society, whose ancestors were incomers from the Adriatic Sea, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the regions of Zagorje and Međumuria. Its hybrid history is created by the past of the Austro-Hungarian rule, the Hungarian and German influences that intersect here, as well as the charm of the Orient. Osijek is just waiting for you, don’t delay your visit too long.
The extraordinary city of Rijeka has taken patronage over the coastal region of Kvarner. Being the third-largest city in Croatia, it undoubtedly deserves the name of a coastal metropolis. The city is also the largest domestic seaport. Perhaps it is this phenomenal exit to the Adriatic that attracts tourists from all over the world. Rijeka is a city of culture, creativity, European character and spirit, where you can capture the trends that will govern the future of both the region and the entire country. It is spectacularly situated on the bay that flirtatiously looks at its island diamonds, namely the wonderful islands of Krk, Cres, Lošinj, Rab and Pag. Would you like to see the treasures of Rijeka? Nothing could be easier. We will go together for a walk around the famous Korzo. Should you trust numerous sentences describing the place, this street is like a mirror that presents the image and rhythm of the city. Perhaps during our shared walk, we will be inspired by the sight of the intriguing Cathedral of St. Vida, the Ivan Kobler Square or a view of the famous Trsat Hill shrouded with many legends.



Plitvice Lakes

An absolute Croatian classic of the genre. A place that adorns numerous folders advertising Croatia as a tourist destination. The Plitvice Lakes enchant you at first sight with their untouched nature, green landscapes, crystal clear water shimmering with various shades from divine blue to delightful turquoise… You dream of relaxation; you want to calm your mind and give energy to your body. There is no better place to do that than this one. The Plitvice area has been protected for a long time, since 1949; in 1979, it was appreciated by specialists and entered in the UNESCO list. A wonderful world where nature plays a prominent role. The oldest Croatian National Park impresses you with its visage, forming its unique image during each season. The main attraction is sixteen lakes connected by spectacularly looking waterfalls, which carry a particular natural phenomenon. And what is the phenomenon? You have to come and see for yourself.

A charming town representing the central part of Croatia. Sambor found its place on the slopes of
the enchanting hilly area of Samborsko Gorje and against the background of the romantic valley of
the Gradne Stream. This idyllic scenery is less than 20 km from Zagreb. Tourism has a long tradition
here. It was here where the first organized mountain trip in Croatia was inaugurated in 1875. If you
are an enthusiast of confectionery and love the sweetness that pleases all your senses, you must visit this place. You can taste delicious kremšnit there. This cake is kind of a symbol of the town. These sweets that melt in your mouth came from the famous confectioner Đuro Lukačić, who founded the first confectionery here at the beginning of the 20th century. To this day, their manufacture is a carefully cultivated tradition.




It is said that Karlovac spreads over four rivers: Korana, Kupa, Dobra and Mrežnica. It is one of the few Croatian cities that knows the exact date of its foundation – July 13, 1579. It was built as a fortress for defence against the Ottoman Empire, attacking the area at that time. Karlovac was built according to the Renaissance principle of an ideal city. Its structure is situated on a plan of a six- pointed star. It sounds intriguing, doesn't it? Perhaps, it would be worth checking it?