Luxury travel by Croatia
Fecha: 23 March, 2017
Croatia has become one of the most fashionable destinations in recent years and it is not surprising as it is a country with incredibly beautiful places. It is a country where you can enjoy both in winter and in summer. In this post we are going to teach you some routes to tour Croatia.
To tour Croatia by land and enjoy its cities and landscapes, you can hire a circuit with everything organized, that is, with an itinerary already created by a travel agency or you can rent a car and organize your own itinerary. We are going to recommend some cities that you can not miss and luxury hotels to stay in and enjoy a good rest.
We begin the itinerary by the capital of the country, Zagreb, is the largest city in Croatia. In this city we have selected two of the best hotels, the Esplanade Hotel Zagreb and the Sheraton Zagreb Hotel, both of 5 stars. The Esplanade Zagreb is centrally located, close to the central station. And the Sheraton is also located in the center of the city.
Some of the sites to see in Zagreb are: St. Mark’s Church, Stone Gate, Lotrscak Tower, Tkalcica Street, Zagreb Cathedral, Dolac Market, Ban Jelacic Square.
The Plitvice Lakes National Park is Croatia’s best-known park, due to its great beauty. It is located in the region of Lika, this park has lakes. Waterfalls and springs and is a must see if you find yourself in Croatia.
Dubrovnik is a coastal city that is in the region of Dalmatia, is one of the most important tourist centers of the Adriatic Sea. This city is known as “the pearl of the Adriatic”. Dubrovnik is a city surrounded by walls and fortifications.
Split is located in the south of Croatia, is the seaport of the Dalmatian Coast. It is the main city of the Dalmatian region. Split is a very important city for tourism, because of its attractiveness and because from the city there are ferrys in which you can go to many of the islands that has Croatia.
In Split we have selected some luxury apartments in which to rest after an intense day in the city. Luxury Apartment Riva is located just 5 minutes walk from the beach and is in the center of the city.
Trogir is located 27 km west of Split. The city is built on a small island. The historic center of the city is the most touristy area.
Zadar was an old Ilirian settlement that emerged more than 3,000 years ago. The different layers of the city walls, its Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque monuments testify to the tumultuous past of the city.
To see Croatia by sea we propose a luxury cruise on the Croatian coast in modern boats. The itinerary of the cruise is:
Split; Split-Korkula; Korkula-Mljet/Dubrovnik; Dubrovnik; Dubrovnik-Peninsula de Peljasac; Peninsula de Peljasac-Hvar; Hvar-Bol/Mlina; Hvar-Split.
This tour lasts 7 nights.
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