While visiting Croatia, enjoy also mountains;
it’s a country not only for sunbathing.
Trogir and Split are located very close to each other, so don’t miss any of them while visiting Croatia. 🙂
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””. 😀
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.
Always, find some time to enjoy sunsets. 🙂
Zagreb is the capital of Croatia.
Unfortunately, I haven’t had a chance to visit Zagreb, so today some more nature on the picture. 😉
Croatia is partly located on the Balkan Peninsula.
Croatia shares a border with Bosnia and Herzegovina, Hungary, Montenegro, Serbia, and Slovenia.
The country known as the Republic of Croatia is relatively known;
exists since 1991.
Welcome to Croatia!
This May is going to be all about Croatia on my blog.
Hopefully, you’ll enjoy my travel impressions. 🙂