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Croatia cruises to relax your body and rejuvenate your mind

This spectacular place lies between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Slovenia in the South-eastern Europe and borders the Adriatic Sea. Croatia terrain is diverse and is composed of:
  • The lakes, plains, and rolling hills as seen in Slavonia and Central Croatia in the north and north-east.
  • Dense mountains in Gorski Kotar and Lika.
  • Rocky coastlines on the Adriatic Sea in Istria, Dalmatia, and the Northern Sea coast.
Croatia cruises will lead you to gorgeous coasts, inimitable towns, unquenchable beauty of landscapes, gracious people and many other attractions. Despite all the attention and publicity, Croatia's ambience has a timeless appeal to it. It is undeniably one of the hottest destinations in Europe.

Croatia Attractions

The rocky coastline is flanked by the wide and enthralling sandy beaches, pine-fringed coves, and inviting inlets. More than 1000 island grace this place of inexplicable beauty. Along with its beauty, Croatia also has a strong history that runs deep and never fails to fascinate the visitors.

Yacht lovers have innumerable sailing prospects, scuba divers have a vast pool of astounding sea life to discover, and beach lovers have choices of many charming beaches.

The walled city of Dubrovnik is a city you must visit while on a Croatia cruise as it has relics of the history that made it the Croatia it is today.

Foreign influence
Two thousand years ago, the Romans came and left traces of their inhabitation in the form of an amphitheatre in Pula. In Split you will also see the Diocletian's palace. Croatia was long ruled by Venice which is reflected in its many ports.

The beautiful towns of Korcula and Hvar look like little Venices that only lack the canals. The bell tower in Rovinj, Istria is another example of the Venetian influence.
Interestingly in contrast to the coast, the inner part of Croatia has architecture that shows the Austro-Hungarian effect as seen in Zagreb, capital of Croatia. This city has stately buildings that are seen in Budapest or Vienna along with a Prague-resembling medieval quarter.

Another city that will definitely appeal to you is the often underrated Varazdin that lies in the north of Zagreb and is flanked by the lush rolling hills.

As you can see, Croatia cruises have so much to offer and so much to show, you can spend days in this intriguing land.

What to visit while on Croatia cruises

While on a Croatian visit, the many highlights that Croatia cruises include are:
  • Hvar Town: A vacation is never complete without a fun-filled nightlife, and Hvar town can give you precisely that. Apart from that this town also has sculptured facades and harbor boulevard.
  • Dubrovnik: This city is engulfed by a glorious drape of walls that protects a city speckled with Renaissance sculpture and is a city laid in marble.
  • Rovinj: This pretty little town boasts of a port that is untouched by time--the traditional fishing port.
  • Korcula Town: Somewhat similar to Hvar, this town is quiter and lies peaceful on a narrow peninsula.
  • Plitvice Lakes National Park: There are some places that can only be felt and not expressed and Plitvice Lakes National Park is one such place. A UNESCO world heritage site, this place is home to many splendid waterfalls and has 16 turquose lakes.
  • Brela Beah: One of the best beaches of the world, Brela Beach has coves that are surrounded by pine trees and an ambience that touch visitors in the most profound way.

No matter where Croatia cruises take you, you will always come across warm and friendly people and eye-catching beauty making your cruise an experience of a lifetime.

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