Croatia is home to ten UNESCO World Heritage sites, each representing a unique aspect of the country’s rich cultural heritage. Seven of those sites are located in Croatia, whereas three are transnational sites. From ancient ruins and medieval castles to natural parks and protected islands, these sites showcase the diverse beauty and history of Croatia. […]
Located off the coast of Croatia, Mljet National Park is a must-see destination for any traveler. With two saltwater lakes, Veliko and Malo Jezero, stretching for four kilometers in the middle of the island, and crystal clear waters that could be mistaken for the Adriatic Sea, this park is a true paradise. The lakes are connected to the sea, which explains their slightly salty taste.
Are you planning a trip to Croatia and looking for a must-see destination? Consider visiting the Plitvice Lakes National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site and the largest national park in the country. With 16 stunning lakes in shades of turquoise and green, connected by cascading waterfalls, this park is a true natural wonder.