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Croatian City Guide

In the summer months the Croatian towns and historical attractions come alive as fascinating stages for traditional (international) festivals, attracting domestic and foreign tourists to the ancient palaces and squares. The famous Dubrovnik Summer Festival, the Pula Film Festival, the Split Summer, the Zadar Music Evenings, the Zagreb Evenings, the Varazdin Baroque Nights and much more...
At first it may seem that the centuries have come to a halt in the towns of Croatia, but the impression is deceptive. The past has only given a special character to the Croatian present.
Discover Beautiful Croatia - You can only come to Croatia by chance once. Visit Croatia and you will never forget the unforgettable natural beauty of the place where the Mediterranean, the Alps and the Pannonian plain come together. Croatia warrants every subsequent visit by its variety, beauty and hospitality.
Visit Zagreb - Croatian Capital City - Zagreb, capital city of the Republic of Croatia is an old Central European city. For centuries it has been a focal point of culture and science, and now of commerce & industry as well. Zagreb is also the hub of the business, academic, cultural, artistic and sporting worlds in Croatia.
Zagreb Fair (Zagrebacki Velesajam) - 505.000 m2, from witch 180.000 m2 closed exhibition space. The first large international exhibition was held in 1864 in Zagreb. It is no accident that Zagreb Fair has developed over many years to become the leading fair in this part of Europe and the eleventh largest fair in the world. Zagreb Fair is one of the founder-member of the Union of International Fairs (UFI) in 1925. 
The City of Osijek - The administrative and economic center of Eastern Croatia, known as Slavonia and Baranja. It is situated on the right bank of the Drava river, 25 km upstream from its mouth into the Danube.
The City of Slavonski Brod - This, seventh city in Republic of Croatia by size has 64.612 inhabitants. It is situated between the rivers Sava and Dilja and surfaces 54,45 square kilometres. It is a very old settlement. 2000 years ago, the Roman Marsonia was on its place. The important geographical position significantly influences its development and economy. 
The Town of Pula - The area of Pula is magnificent, with country stone houses and modern buildings, quiet
huckleberry shade and the view to the culture of mankind. The town of Pula is known for its historical monuments and 2,000 year old Amphitheater.
Welcome to Porec - Sun and warm sea, as well as town of many cultural monuments (Euphrasius Basilica from 6th century, The Temple of Neptun, Romanesque House etc.) A town of good wine, ham, cheese, olive oil and more then 70 sports activities. It has 165 tennis courts located near to the sea. There are plenty of well-known bars, night clubs, disco clubs restaurants. Plenty of camps, hotels, apartments and beaches provides pleasant summer holidays.
The Town of Opatija - Opatija, this elegant tourist destination, lies at the centre of the Riviera with the longest tradition of tourism in Croatia.
Rijeka - Located on the Adriatic, at a point where the sea has made its deepest incision into the European continent, the town of Rijeka is an important business, trade, industrial and cultural center in the western part of the Republic of Croatia.
Crikvenica - The whole town of Crikvenica is in fact a riviera with a row of almost connected small tourist resorts: Selce, Crikvenica, Dramalj and Jadranovo. 
The City of Zadar - The unique Zadar archipelago, the mighty Velebit Mountain, Lake Vrana - the largest lake in Croatia, the karst beauty - the Zrmanja River - offer exceptional possibilities...
The City of Split - The economic and administrative center and regional capital of Dalmatia, with about 200,000 inhabitants, famous for its Diocletian's Palace built by Roman Emperor Diocletian in the 3rd century. 
The City of Dubrovnik - The best preserved walled city in the Mediterranean. The city of Dubrovnik is rated one of the three top cultural and historical monuments in Europe by UNESCO World Heritage List.
Croatian Museums & Galleries - Croatia is a country at the historical crossroads and many historical monuments testify to that. Croatian art is not represented only by its past: its modern art is known all over the world through the efforts of numerous architects, sculptors and painters.
Croatian Culture & History On The Web - Through the centuries, Croatia has always been on the civilisation divide: in the 9th century it was at the border of the Frankish and Byzantine empires, in the 11th, the border between Catholic and Ortodox Church was drawn here, and from the 15th to 19th centuries, it was the border between the Christian West and Islamic Turkey. In 20th century it had the precarious position between the West and the Eastern bloc, and today it is once again civilisation divide on the the border between the...
Croatian Gastronomy & Related Info - Croatia is a land for all seasons and for all tastes. Do not miss the local specialties. Taste them and you will be asking for the recipe. 
Visit City of Varazdin - Varazdin's first written mention dates way back to 1181 when king Bela III mentioned the nearby thermal springs (Varazdinske Toplice) in a legal document. In 1767, Varazdin even became the capital of all of Croatia by hosting the Royal Croatian Council founded by empress Maria Theresa. Today, the city's many historic landmarks and diverse industries (most known is perhaps Varteks, the local textile giant) make it a very desirable place to live in. Worthy of mention is the annual baroque music festival, the so-called Baroque Hights, which always attracts some of the finest classical music artists and fans from the country and abroad, and often even helps various worthy causes such as restaurations of local pipe organs.
The Town of Ludbreg
Ludbreg - Town in the centre of the world
The City of Djakovo - The magnificent Cathedral of Djakovo; the Djakovo Embroidery Folklore Show...
The Town of Sisak
Krapina- The World's Largest Neanderthal Finding Site - In the year 1899, the fossil remnants of the Homo sapiens neanderthalensis species were found at the excavation site located at the Hušnjak hill in Krapina. 
The Town of Krk on the Island Krk -  This is the island for you! So close, so accessible, and yet so miraculous, and mysterious. This is a small seventh continent for you, choc-a-bloc with lovely historical tales, marvellous landscapes and likeable, natural people. 
Croatian Islands - The rugged coast of the Croatian Adriatic is perfect for nautical tourism. Croatia has been described as the sailing boat paradise.
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