Whenever you’re planning a holiday to Croatia, the first thing you want to know is its beautiful cities. Isn’t it! If you’re planning to spend a holiday in Croatia, you should know some of its beautiful cities from where you will spend your vacation. if interested below is a list of the top five beautiful cities in Croatia
Osijek is located in the eastern part of Croatia and it is the biggest city in Slavonia region. It is set on the right side of Drava River, 22 kilometers from the confluence of the Dona River. Recreational centre and Zoo are located along the waterway. Additionally, a promenade is set along the Drava River. Some years back, a promenade was regarded as the most beautiful promenade in Croatia. Osijek has a lot of green areas and 17 parks. There are two museums of national importance in the city that as well contributes to the beauty. Osijek is also known as the capital of Slavonia region in Croatia which is the rural part of the country known for traditional meat delicacies.
Pula is a cosmopolitan city, one of the most multicultural urban centres in Croatia. Located in the south of the Istria promontory and surrounded by the tranquil and clean Adriatic Sea, Pula is the biggest town and port in Istria. Since the ancient time, Pula has been the administrative centre of the entire peninsula. Historical occasions caused a mixture of residents, dialects and architecture. Walking the boulevards of beautiful Pula, apart from Croatian, you can hear Italian, English, German and other dialects. Pula is most known for amphiteathre known as Pula Arena which is an old roman amphiteathre that is nowadays used for venue for massive concerts.
Sibenik is located amidst the eastern Adriatic coast in the safe natural harbour. It is put in the beautiful sound where the Krka River streams into Adriatic Sea.Sibenik is the combination of the old part with narrow roads and the new part with modern architecture. It is the city of culture because of its stone paved streets, squares and houses. The streets are narrow and winding with many stone paved stairs. The old city core is surrounded by stone walls and fortresses that remind people of the past t. It is surrounded by towers of St. Michael, St. John and Subicevac which are also beautiful
Biograd seems to have been foreordained to become a well-known sailing destination because its name means “White City by the Sea”. Sailing in Croatia is becoming more and more popular as time passes with Biograd being one of the perfect examples for that. It’s substantially more than just being a coastal town of the Croatia shores bordering the Adria. Outside of town an inquisitive captain will discover one of the most beautiful natural regions the city brings to the table, the Kornati archipelago with the Krka National Park
The beautiful city of Split lounges on the mild Croatian coast. It’s beautiful, historic avenues meander around the neat square of Diocletian’s Palace, surrounded by medieval walls. The soft curves of Marian’s hill spread out from the town towards the Adriatic Sea which beautifully extends to the horizon, freckled with beautiful islands just waiting to be explored. Split is the second largest city in Croatia and it amazes people with beautiful beaches, world known festivals, wide variety of options it offers you and a guaranteed time of your life whenever you visit it.
For tourists, Croatia is a place which demands time to enjoy the timeless romance of the Sea and beauty of nature. Being full of remarkable beautiful cities and local towns, it is a completely magical experience to be in Croatia.