A Croácia está cada vez mais popular entre os brasileiros como destino turístico, aqui listamos alguns motivos pelos quais você não deve deixar de visitar a Croácia.
O Mar Adriático
5,835 km of the Croatian coast is quite a lot if you consider the fact that the surface of the sea covers 33 200 km2 and the overall size of Croatia covers 89 891 km2. And not less than 1,185 perfectly scattered islands from Umag to Dubrovnik, which point us to our number two…
A Cultura e história
Not only is Croatia on an interesting position when it comes to geography and natural wonders, but its location on the crossroads of Eastern, South and Central Europe has left Croatia with heritage worth admiration. The architecture of the Roman empire have made Dalmatia a mix of cultures that if you travel through the most part of it, you will have the feeling like you had visited few different countries.
Dubrovink e as outras cidades costeiras
the town is located on the south of Croatia, so beautiful, so surreal that you’ll think that you have walked into a fairytale. Actually maybe you did, lately they are filming a mythical story “Game of Thrones” just inside the medieval city walls of Dubrovnik.
But the difference is only that this town is real and its relatives like Trogir, Split, Zadar, Šibenik, Pula, Poreč, Rovinj, etc. are just as fair and worthy of your visit.
As we have previously mentioned, Croatia is one of the smaller European countries when it comes to its size, but on such a small surface so many natural wonders can be found, that you should plan your trip wisely. Mountains, plains, rivers and the protected areas of national parks like Plitvice, Krka, Mljet, Kornati, Velebit and so on will make a perfect stress free vacation.
And finally, if we already have to keep the list to only five reasons, when you meet Croatian people especially on the South, you will see why they made the list. Their hospitality and simplicity combined with all other aforementioned things will give that special touch to your experience of Croatia. But for that, you should definitely come to Croatia and see it for yourself!