Trogir and Split are located very close to each other, so don’t miss any of them while visiting Croatia. 🙂
Split is another beautiful Croatian historic city and a harbour.
Trogir is a lovely historic town and a harbour.
It’s probably an indication of my nationality, but I like a lot to see oranges on the trees. 🙂
I’m also happy yo see apples, pears or plums, but it’s juss less “exotic””. 😀
The Croatian flag consists of three equal horizontal bands: red (top), white and blue.
“A little bird told me” that Dubrovnik is called the Pearl of the Adriatic.
The Old City of Dubrovnik is the UNESCO World Heritage site.
Dubrovnik is an old, beautiful city in Croatia.
What’s better – Plitvice or Krka?
-I don’t know… I like both sites a lot.
Plitvice Lakes National Park is listed as the UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Plitvice Lakes National Park (Plitvička Lakes or Plitvička Jezera) is a huge tourist attraction of Croatia.
Absolutely worth visiting! 🙂
Krka National Park was named after the river Krka.
Krka National Park is one of the best known national parks in Croatia.
Absolutely worth visiting!
Roman Catholicism is the main religion of Croatia.
Croats speak Croatian that’s one of the Slavic languages.
Always, find some time to enjoy sunsets. 🙂
Croatia lies by the Adriatic Sea.
Croatia has more than 1,100 islands and islets.
Zagreb is the capital of Croatia.
Unfortunately, I haven’t had a chance to visit Zagreb, so today some more nature on the picture. 😉