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Croatia’s hub of cultural and culinary delights is its capital, Zagreb. The city has interesting art culture and a variety of galleries, including the Museum of Contemporary Art. Much of the city’s architecture harks back to the days when Croatia was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Get a sense of Zagreb and Croatia’s history in the numerous museums before a break in one of the city’s trendy cafés or a feast of meats and cheeses with a local beer.
Explore the southern Dalmatian coast on the clear waters of the Adriatic Sea. Spend a few days visiting historic oceanfront towns, enjoy beach parties and nightlife and go island hopping. In summer the whole coast features festivals and live music.
Discover the historic city of Dubrovnik, its Baroque buildings and ancient monasteries watched over by the medieval Dubrovnik Castle. The town has luxury hotels with private beaches, glamorous bars and hiking trails with panoramic views over the Adriatic Sea.
Don’t miss the Roman and Venetian architecture in Zadar and its incredible sunsets over blue waters, celebrated every evening with a sound-and-light show. Farther north, enjoy a concert at the Roman amphitheater, the Pula Arena. Escape to the sandy beaches and tranquility of the car-free Elaphiti Islands. Along the coast, seafood is the specialty, with menus featuring slow-cooked octopus, fresh eel and oysters, paired with local wines from the Šibenik region.
Croatia offers numerous outdoor adventures. Hike through forest to the waterfalls and pools of Plitvice Lakes National Park or challenge yourself on the 35-mile (57-kilometer) Premužić Trail starting in the town of Zavižan and running through wooded mountain terrain. Go birdwatching in the wetland habitats of Lonjsko Polje Nature Park southeast of Zagreb. In the inland regions, enjoy hearty spit roasts and slow-cooked game meats.
Croatia’s natural beauty and low-cost tourist activities and accommodations make it an accessible and fun destination for everyone, from those on a strict budget to travelers wanting to live more luxuriously.
This Medulin hotel is on the beach, 0.8 mi (1.3 km) from Bijeca Beach, and within 9 mi (15 km) of Punta Verudela Beach and Pula Ferry Port. Forum and Temple of Augustus are also within 9 mi (15 km).
Steps from the beach on the Dalmatian Coast, Sun Gardens Dubrovnik is a 15-minute drive from Dubrovnik Old Town and a similarly brief boat trip from the Elaphiti Islands. Guests can drive 7 minutes to admire the 15th-century summerhouse in lovely Trsteno Arboretum.
Located in Donji Grad, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of King Tomislav Square, Archaeological Museum, and Ethnographic Museum. Croatian National Theatre and Technical Museum are also within 15 minutes. Zagreb Central Station is only a 4-minute walk and Zagreb Zapadni Station is 23 minutes.
Adriatic resort 2 minutes from Bonj 'les bains,' which offers private stone cabanas, as well as Sensori Ô couples massage on the beach.
Situated on the waterfront, this romantic hotel is 0.4 mi (0.7 km) from University of Dubrovnik and within 3 mi (5 km) of Onofrio's Fountain and Franciscan Monastery. Orlando's Column and Sponza Palace are also within 3 mi (5 km).
Located in Donji Grad, this hotel is steps from Ilica Street, Ban Jelacic Square, and Dolac. Archaeological Museum and Zagreb Cathedral are also within 5 minutes. Zagreb Central Station is 12 minutes by foot and Zagreb Zapadni Station is 26 minutes.
Nestled on the beach, this Dubrovnik hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Lapad Beach, Onofrio's Fountain, and Franciscan Monastery. Orlando's Column and Sponza Palace are also within 3 mi (5 km).
The Bellevue Hotel sits atop a living rock overlooking the beach and the Adriatic Sea, within walking distance of the Old Town center, shopping district, and main bus station.