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Book a holiday package to Croatia in 2024 and step back in time. Croatia gives you a rare glimpse into a bygone era where charming towns, surrounded by ancient fort-like walls, peer out onto the glistening, turquoise water of the Adriatic Sea. Meander through the cobblestone streets of Dubrovnik, a city best known for its 16th century Old Town. The Old Town stuns in both its architecture and setting. The streets are a network of forts and pathways that lead to spectacular views.

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When you’ve had your fill of museums, quaint curiosity shops and restaurants that Croatia’s cities have to offer, you can find yourself on a yacht exploring the Croatian islands under the warm Mediterranean sun. 

From uninhabited islands to islands known for their cheese and wine, there is plenty of island hopping in Croatia to keep everyone entertained.  

Head inland and treat yourself to the magnificent scenery found at Plitvice Lakes National Park. This UNESCO World Heritage National Park is known for its 16 interconnected turquoise lakes and over 90 breathtaking waterfalls. There is plenty of fauna and flora to discover and hiking trails to explore. One thing is for sure, your photos from Plitvice Lakes will be extraordinary.  

There is something beautiful to discover in every corner of Croatia. Book your 2024 Croatia holiday package today and start planning the ultimate European adventure

Top Activities and Tourist Attractions in Croatia

  • Plitvice Lakes National Park: A popular inland attraction in Croatia, this UNESCO World Heritage site has breathtaking views of waterfalls, lakes, and hillsides.  
  • The Blue Grotto: This stunning and unique cave is a natural wonder in the Croatian Adriatic. It lights up a luminous blue colour when the sun shines into the cave around midday. 
  • Pula’s Roman Amphitheatre: This 1st-century oval amphitheatre is a fascinating and impressive structure. The Romans left their mark 2000 years ago in Pula when they built this arena for gladiator fighting. 
  • Truffle Hunting: This Croatian delicacy is a must-try. Found growing around oak trees, the truffle can be added to a variety of dishes to enhance the flavour. Take a tour with specially trained truffle hunting dogs. 
  • The Old Town, Dubrovnik: Used in the filming of HBO’s Game of Thrones, it is easy to see why this medieval Old Town is a must-visit. Museums, hidden alleyways, delightful restaurants and splendid views of the shimmering Adriatic Sea make Old Town a stunning experience. 
  • Sakarun Beach, Dugi Otok Island: Voted one of the best beaches in Europe, this beautiful beach has it all — crystal clear water, soft white sand and it is surrounded by serene pine trees. Absolute bliss. 
  • While Croatia is part of the European Union and on the continent of Europe, the Croatian Kuna is the main currency used. 
  • Swimming shoes are recommended, as Croatian beaches are often filled with rocks and pebbles. 
  • Public drunkenness is frowned upon and could end in you being fined.  
  • Keep in mind that earthquakes are relatively active in Croatia. 
  • Dress appropriately, especially when visiting churches and sacred places.  
  • Croatia is home to the smallest town in the world; Hum.  
  • The origin of the Dalmatian dog breed can be traced back to Croatia. 
  • Many scenes in the series “Game of Thrones” were filmed in Croatia.  
  • Croatia has a Colosseum that was used for fighting. 
  • Known for its island-hopping holidays, Croatia has 1246 islands. 

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