The walled city of Dubrovnik is one of the best-preserved medieval cities on the Mediterranean and makes the perfect summer holiday destination.
The Eastern European country sits on the Adriatic Sea, encompassing over 1,000 islands. From the metropolitan areas of Zagreb to the coastlines of Pula, there’s much to see.
A European Capital of Culture in 2020, Rijeka is most famous for hosting Croatia’s biggest annual carnival (on the Sunday before Lent each year). There’s plenty to see and do at any time, however.
It’s hard not to fall in love with Zadar. One of the most culturally rich cities on the Dalmatian coast, it has fewer visitors than Dubrovnik or Split, but there’s loads to see and do in and around town.