Published: 2016-01-22   Views: 1899
Author: lionqueen
Published in: Vacations

Experience and walk in most beautiful Croatian inner towns. Visit the capital city Zagreb,
wake up port guy in yourself in sport center of Bjelolasica, enjoy in historical legend stories
of city Ogulin or be part of famous festival in Varazdin

Continental Croatia contains many sights, places that need to be visited and many national parks
and parks of nature, enjoyed by people different ages, from kids till pensioners. Croatia abounds 
with amazing and tasteful meals, great local food and domestic drinks. Discover inner parts of this 
amazing land, and check list of most famous must-see places of continental Croatia. 


ZAGREB - Is the capital and the largest city of the Republic of Croatia It is located in the northwest of the country, along the river Sava, at the southern slopes of the Medvednica mountain.

BJELOLASICA - The highest mountain of Gorski Kotar in the chain Chapel (top tower 1534m) was named after the bright narrow ridge that stands out above the forest area, especially when covered in snow. It consists of 7 km long, very steep slopes, full of large and dense forests sprinkled with limestone cliffs and meadows, and forest paths and roads intertwined in a unique kaleidoscope of forest clearings providing so an unforgettable experience for hiking and biking.

GROZNJAN - Grožnjan-Grisignana, a small Istrian town of great cultural significance not only in Croatia but also internationally, lives its summer months very intensely. Every year at the beginning of May, the little streets and squares of Grožnjan-Grisignana metamorphose and turn into a truly artistic beehive: it opens its summer music academies for young people, its artistic, dance and drama workshops and its peace activism workshops under the leadership of well-known experts and teachers and famous names from music, art and drama.

GOSPIC - Town of Gospić, is located in the middle of Ličko field, one of the largest karst fields in Croatia, at an altitude of 562 m above sea level, at the crossroads and on the banks of three rivers.

SAMOBOR - Samobor is one of the earliest tourist resorts in the region, with the first tourist facilities dating back to 1810, welcoming anglers, hunters and hikers. The town's beautiful surroundings and vicinity of the capital have made it a favourable tourist attraction to the present day. is the capital and the largest city of the Republic of Croatia. It is located in the northwest of the country, along the Sava river, at the southern slopes of the Medvednica mountain.

MOTOVUN - Motovun has become a major tourist attraction due to its recognizable medieval shape and great climate. Visitors enjoy walking along the medieval streets, taking in views from the city walls and exploring the countryside and its various bike and walking trails. The natural beauty of the place leaves no one indifferent and it is a perfect place for those who love nature and adventures.

VARAZDIN - Varaždin is a town full of tradition, history and rich cultural heritage. The Old Town (fortress) is an example of medieval defensive buildings.
Construction began in the 14th century, and in the following century the rounded towers, typical of Gothic architecture in Croatia, were added. Today it houses the Town museum.


...and many, many others + national parks and parks of nature like Plitvice lakes, 
White and Samarske rocks, canyon Kamacnik and lake Sabljaci
and other beautiful 
places with historical monuments, legend stories and untouched nature and landscapes.
In Croatia, ever part is amazing. Land tour packages are best way to experience what 
this kind of land offers, and it offers plenty of it. Options range from wildlife viewing, hiking,
cycling, live entertainment, and various indoor and outdoor excursions. Experienced local guides
can take you through breathtaking national parks and parks of nature, into the hearts of cities 
and towns, and as close as possible to wildlife and living habits. 
Amazing land with amazing things.


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