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    Croatia rests upon on the Adriatic Sea, nestling itself comfortably and giving the most wonderful and beautiful scenery one can want. The lovely Mediterranean climate means you’ll always be happy, and if that isn’t enough – the food and hospitable people certainly will. Settling in the 7th century means that Croatia has plenty of history to go around. Add this with the combination of beaches for those that love to lay back, you certainly could have the perfect paradise for holidayers. With UNESCO Heritage Sites in coastal cities like Dubrovnik, you just can’t beat the experience. You also have an abundance of islands and national parks that eagerly wait to be explored. So why not take a trip to Croatia and enjoy?

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    Recommended drives in Croatia

    Dubrovnik
    Dubrovnik is one of the most important places to visit in all of Croatia, as it is a walled city that is still intact and also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is one of the most visited tourist sites in the Mediterranean, as well. This seaport has been nicknamed the Pearl of the Adriatic, due to how beautiful it is. With incredible churches, monasteries, museums, and fountains – you’ll certainly have your camera full of pictures! While here, don’t forget to see the Franciscan Monastery and the great Bell Tower.

    Pula
    On the tip of the Istrian Peninsula is the great city of Pula. With a history dating back to over 3000 years ago with the Illyrian people, you can certainly enjoy the creation and destruction that the city went through to become what it is today. The 6th largest surviving Roman amphitheatre is located in Pula, as well as the ancient Roman forum built in the 10th century and the Temple of August from the 1st century. If you have the extra time, take a chance and go see the Brijuni islands in the Croatian National Park. If you love history, see the Austro-Hungarian fortresses from world war 1.

    Rijeka
    The principal seaport of Croatia is Rijeka and is Croatia’s third largest city. Here you can find ancient castles like the Trsat Castle that was built in 1288 or before. Hosting a gorgeous botanical garden to spend the day in, you also have the Natural History Museum which will really need to be visited to learn about the beauty that not only this city, but the entire country has to offer. If you can, it’d be wise to visit the Rijeka’s main market. Here, amongst the stalls, you can find local goods. You can truly find the best Croatian food around this area.

    Best time to visit Croatia

    The summer months are the best but if you go off season then the price of car rental will be much cheaper.

    Driving in Croatia

    Driving in Croatia can strangely go in two ways. two very opposite ways. It can either be very easy or the most difficult thing you’ve ever done. The speed limits are 50 km/h in cities, 80 km/h outside cities, and 130 km/h on motorways. A strict 0% alcohol level is enforced when driving in Croatia, so if you’ve had a few drinks it is best to wait it out! Generally, traffic is quite congested in the summers, and easier in the winters. Just relax and follow the signs, they are all in English!

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