WHAT TO VISIT

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WHAT TO VISITDUBROVNIK

The Pearl of the Adriatic. Most popular city in Croatia. Under UNESCO protection, Dubrovnik resists time and reminds us of an independent Republic of Dubrovnik. Dubrovnik is two hours away, by car.

WHAT TO VISITSPLIT

A city over 1700 years old, and currently under the protection of UNESCO, Split was built on the remains of the Roman Emperor Diocletian’s palace. Today, Split is the second largest city in Croatia. Split is two hours away, by car.

WHAT TO VISITMOSTAR

In a rather special city in the neighboring country of Bosnia and Hercegovina, for centuries there has been a mix of cultures, religions and civilizations. The city is divided by River Neretva, but Mostar’s world renown bridge joins the east – oriental, and west – Christian, parts of the town. Mostar is an hour and a half away, by car.

WHAT TO VISITKORČULA

The city on the island of Korčula is often referred to as ‘Little Dubrovnik’ because of its similar architecture. The birth house of explorer Marco Polo is an inevitable tourist attraction. There are two ways to reach Korčula; via car and ferry across the Pelješac Peninsula or with a boat from the Gradac Port. In both cases, Korčula is a 2-hour ride away.

WHAT TO VISITHVAR

Established 4 centuries before Christ, the Greek Pharos, today’s Hvar, often changed rulers throughout its turbulent history. Today, Hvar is an inevitable nautical port. Hvar is two hours away, by car and ferry.

MakarskaMAKARSKA

The center of Makarska Riviera. This is a very attractive tourist city with many places to visit. Makarska is located below the highest peak of mountain Biokovo - Saint George, where is the famous park of nature. Makarska is just 45 minutes away, by car.

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