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UNESCO World Heritage sites in Croatia include both beautiful natural phenomena and fascinating (and well-preserved) historical spots. Crotia itself has become a go-to destination recently. Beautiful coastline views with crystal clear water and great food are just a few of the reasons for the nation’s popularity. It is also one of the filming locations for …

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Krka National Park is one of Croatia’s incredible national parks, many particularly known for waterfalls. Plitvice Lakes National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is probably the most famous of these. The smaller Krka National Park is arguably a more accessible version of a reserve filled with waterfalls. During our recent stay in Split, Croatia, …

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Split and Dubrovnik get much more attention than Zagreb, the capital of Croatia. Sure, Zagreb doesn’t have the coast, but this city has a complex history, incredible architecture, some strange museums, and a lively and friendly atmosphere. We spent a week exploring the city, and have outlined our favorite things to see, most of them …

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