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Croatia is a beautiful country with some spectacular scenery, plenty of Roman architecture, some stunning landscapes and friendly people to top it all off.
Croatian is the official language, but both German (particularly amongst older people) and English are widely soken.
Top 10 Locations:
|Zagreb||Zagreb is the capital of Croatia - a city that has plenty of historical architecture and is known for its cafe-culture.|
|Split||Split is a seaside town on the Adriatic coast.|
|Dubrovnik||Dubrovnik is nicknamed "Pearl of the Adriatic" and has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979.|
|Pula||Coastal town with roman ruins including a large roman amphitheater known as the "Arena"|
|Zadar||Historic coastal town rich in Roman architecture|
|Hvar||Island off the coast of Croatia, with ancient fortresses, and now with a lively tourist scene and nightlife.|
|Plitvice||UNESCO World Heritage List national park with 16 lakes and forests, considered one of the most beautiful parks in Europe.|
|Rab||Historic town, good facilities, nice climate and great beaches - also known as a pioneer of nudism. Rab is an island in Croatia and a town of the same name located just off the northern Croatian...|
|Varaždin||Former capital, now an interesting Baroque town.|
|Rijeka||Rijeka is the principal seaport of Croatia, located on Kvarner Bay, but is more of a transport hub and port city than a destination in itself.|