Dubrovnik is the first place on the list of the most beautiful locations to visit in Croatia, says The Huffington Post. In the article dedicated to the glories and beauties of Croatian cities, castles, landscapes Huffington reminds readers which top ten locations they must visit when they come to Croatia.
‘With its imposing sea walls overlooked by the imposing Lovrijenac fortress, the mass of terracotta-colored rooftops and dramatic cliff top location, the self-proclaimed ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’ is one of Croatia’s most visited destinations. For the best views, catch the cable car to the peak of nearby Mount Srd or take a scenic walk along the City Walls, then take in the highlights of Dubrovnik’s UNESCO-listed Old Town, known for its shimmering marble streets, baroque grand churches and magnificent 16th century Sponza Palace.’
According to what they wrote except for Dubrovnik, you mustn’t miss Pelješac Peninsula, Plitvice Lakes, Mljet, Split, Kornati, Makarska, Rovinj, Zagreb and its neighbourhood – Zagorje.