5 Must See Sights In Croatia

City Walls & Forts

Originally built in the 9th century and then in the middle of the 14th century fortified with 15 square forts. After the 15th century, the entire old town was contained within a stone barrier more than 6500 ft long and up to 80 ft high.

Plitvice Lakes National Park

16 crystal clear lakes fold into each other through a series of waterfalls that cascade over the rocks.  It can take more six hours to explore on foot, or you can take advantage of the park’s free boats and buses. A boat will whisk you from the upper lakes to the lower lakes, where you’ll find the tallest waterfall in Croatia.

Roman Amphitheater

This 1st-century oval amphitheater, is a huge and magnificent structure, created entirely from local limestone and designed to host gladiatorial contests with seating for up to 20,000 spectators, it’s now a tourist attraction but it also still serves as an event venue to the locals with large concerts, and other events.


Photo credit: Miguel Mendez

Lokrum is a beautiful, island with forest full of holm oaks, black ash, pines and olive trees. It’s only a 10-minute ferry ride from the Old Harbour Dubrovnik and the ferries leave hourly in summer, however no one can stay overnight on the island.

Sea Organ

The Sea Organ, in Zadar, designed by local architect Nikola Bašić, is uniquely special.  The Stone stairway descends into the ocean and within the stairs is a system of pipes and whistles that create musical sounds when the movement of the ocean pushes air through it.

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