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Visit Croatia

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cwalls cwalls

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We stopped in Korcula, Croatia on our trip through Italy, Greece, and Croatia. I absolutely LOVED Croatia. I went swimming in the Adriatic Sea. The water was beautiful but incredibly cold. I was about to chicken out but an older German woman came and just jumped in with no reservation or second thought. After seeing her courage, I thought "I may never have this chance ever again. Let's do it!" I do not regret it at all. I highly recommend a stop in Croatia!

karen_ok karen_ok

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Dubrovnik was unreal!!! Would recommend to anyone. Fell in love with this city - heart-wrenchingly beautiful, gorgeous warm-hearted people, stunning architecture and crystal clear waters. Hundreds of things to do and see. Would recommend walking the city walls, visiting one of the many many offshore islands, taking a Game of Thrones tour (Dubrovnik is Kings Landing, after all!), going wine tasting, crossing the border to Bosnia or Montenegro, taking the cablecar up My Srdj for breathtaking views and eating in the Panorama restaurant perched on the side of the cliff, riding dune buggies over the mountain, trying the seafood... there's just too much to mention!! And that's without taking a trip up the coast to one of the other hotspots like Split or Zagreb! Adored every minute. <3


Ruby. Ruby.

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We visited Croatia in winter when the tourist town of Rovinj was alseep and the locals ruled the streets. The sunsets were still spectacular and the cobbled streets were a dream! The ocean sparkled and the silent resorts lay as large buildings along an empty coastline. It was a dream living in Croatia for that week!


j.gaffney15 j.gaffney15

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 Went with my mom and my older brother. We drank bacardi breezers in our hotel room and watched Avatar and spent the rest of the time on the beach. It was utterly perfect, nothing beat the glass of wine and fresh fish in the sun by the water. 

Antonie Antonie

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 I really love Croatia. It's a beautiful country.

jkera23 jkera23

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My family is from Croatia so I got to learn about my family history. The country is beautiful and the food is great.

shurtugal_19 shurtugal_19

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i love potatoes


nathaliemulkens nathaliemulkens

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beautiful country. Dubrovnik is an awesome small village with romantic streets. 


mozes_denise mozes_denise

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 Visited Ultra Europe in Croatia, July 2014

Collymarps Collymarps

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 For years I have dreamt of visiting Croatia, in particular Dubrovnik.

Seduced by the iconic pictures of St John’s fortress imposingly towering over the Adriatic while a picture postcard beach shimmers in the foreground.

Starting and ending in Dubrovnik, our whistle stop tour covered over 800 miles and included heading north upto Split and further afield to the stunning national parks of Plitvice and Krka, a brief stop in Trogir and a hair raising jaunt into Bosnia to see the beautiful town of Mostar.

 Dubrovnik is a stunning old town hewn from shining white stone that is sadly overwhelmed by endless tour groups that pour forth from the leviathan cruise ships that hover in the ports.

The old town is incredible, almost unreal in its beauty, and almost feels staged like a film set (indeed we only just missed the infamous nude Games of Thrones scene that was filmed a few days before we arrived)

You can read more about my Croatian travels here​


carina.maria carina.maria

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Some friends and I made holidays in Rovinj.

It was an amazing time, the sea was so clear you could see right throug to the ground. We had a nice Hotel and did some sightseeing but most time we just relaxed at the sea.

Maya's_Wishes Maya's_Wishes

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I visit Croatia every year :)

danka.s danka.s

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 Senj, Zadar, Krk, Plitvice in 2005

Dubrovnik and Cavtat in 2015

pioupioushow pioupioushow

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This country is marvelous ! I will for sure go there again !  

talyn77 talyn77

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 Such beautiful country. From the lush greenery of Zagreb to the gorgeous Adriatic, everyone should visit this country.

ThijsGroenveld ThijsGroenveld

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 Such a cool country! :D

valentinaviciute valentinaviciute

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 It was an amazing experience although I was traveling with my teammates for cycling camp, not just for fun. I loved the Paklenica  National park!

ebbatibell ebbatibell

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One of my favorite destinations that I´ve visited so far. Wouldn´t hesitate for a second to go back. Incredibly beautiful. 

jacektu jacektu

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My Croatia trip started in Dubrovnik which was the most touristy and crowded town. I visited multiple islands including Kolocep, Korcula, and Hvar by ferry. My favorite town was Lumbarda on Korcula island. It is famous for its local wine Grk sold only in local wineries. Lumbarda is a beautiful town with two nearby sandy beaches. All across Croatia I found locals to be very friendly and open to tourists.


chantalleday chantalleday

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A summer holiday from Split down to Dubrovnik via the islands


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