Modern coastal cities, magnificent medieval architecture, and stunning natural wonders await at every turn on a Globus Croatia tour. Admire the deep blue Adriatic Sea from the walled town of Dubrovnik; crack open fresh oysters in the fortified town of Ston; dive into the fascinating history of coastal Split, home of Diocletian’s Palace; and feel the mist of the cascading waterfalls of Krka National Park. With pure emerald lakes, splendid sapphire oceans, and exquisite amber sunsets, the many wonders of Croatia are truly hidden gems.
Croatia’s first and largest national park, Plitvice Lakes is by far Croatia’s top natural attraction. Lush forests, pristine turquoise lakes, and wondrous waterfalls share this natural paradise with a wealth of wildlife. Exquisitely scenic, Plitvice Lakes entirely lives up to its hype!
Overlooking the sparkling Mediterranean lies the town of Pula – characterised by its amazingly well-preserved Roman amphitheatre. The Temple of Augustus was once used during Roman times as a venue for Gladiator fights, and today doubles as a venue for summer concerts and events.
It isn’t hard to see why the city of Dubrovnik is known as the “Pearl of the Adriatic”. Its medieval old town sits surrounded by ancient city walls and beautiful baroque buildings now protected by UNESCO. Game of Thrones fans may recognise this formidable setting as a film location for the epic TV series.