Senj - is a town at the foot of Velebit in Kvarner, Croatia, tourists just cross over it.Travel agencies practically do not know this place, so it just walks off the coast unnoticed. Buses with tourists pass by rushing to Rijeka, Zadar or the surrounding islands. Frankly, "Ne čudim se" . See is all around.
The town of Senj
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On the Adriatic sea Vrbnik writes its story. Vrbnik on the island Krk is located directly opposite the Novi Vinodolski. Island Krk is arid on one side, the other side beautiful green with pine forests and ideal conditions for growing vines.That is why Vrbnik is known for its winery.
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Plitvica & Ljubuški Impression
Plitvica and Trebižat near Ljubuški are 2 rivers in the Balkans. Who would not know Plitvice Lakes? Perhaps everyone knows them. Even if he wasn't there personally, Winnetou's silver lake was indeed known to even the greatest opponent of the Indians. On the other hand, few people know about Ljubuški better about Kravica.
Plitvička jezera - perfect harmony of water and forest
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Lavdara & Kornati Impression
Kornati - one of the national parks of Croatia since 1980s are the islands of Kornati. They are located in northern Dalmatia. They are easily accessible from Zadar and Šibenik. This archipelago consists of 89 islands of different size on an area of 217 km2. The islands are mostly uninhabited. The largest are the islands of Kornat, Zut, Piskera, Levrnak, Lavsa, Sita, which are larger than 1 km2. The remaining islands are less than 1 ha.
Kornati - Diver's Paradise
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Zadar - Iadera, Idassa, Diadora, Zara ... until the 1950s part of Italy is now the center of Zadar County and the gateway to northern Dalmatia, which warmly welcomes tourists from all over the world. We traveled to Zadar by a well-known bus line from Bratislava. The journey took about 12 hours, but I must say that the Croats have improved. The bus drivers spoke engleski, we also received račun and in general there was a noticeable system in transportation. Traveling was pleasant. We preferred this mode of transport over the car due to congestion and increasing prices of cestarina every year..
Zadar - local beaches
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