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Things To Do in Croatia

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134 Reviews
Historical Site
Vee BeeA must see to have an overview of the old town from the top; l will definitely recommend to go late afternoon to avoid the heat; the entrance tickets is 200 kuna you can get it at each gate! Enjoy this stunning city!
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61 Reviews
Museum
GLS***70I think this place is actually so cool. It's definitely something new to see. Although it look kind of cheesy I actually love it! It's a really cool place to visit and also kind of sad and funny at the same time.But you should definitely visit this, if you ever find yourself in Croatia.I recommend!!!
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78 Reviews
Jurajivafantastic place to go. recently got hit by an earthquake in 2020. but still a very old and very majestic piece of architecture. only a couple of minutes walk from the city center and many good restaurants around the area. if you are into religious buildings make sure to see the biggest cathedral in Croatia.
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85 Reviews
Helena BSt Mark’s Square (Trg svetog Marka) constitutes the heart of the Upper Town, having formerly served as the main market square of the settlement of Gradec. Dominating the square is the 13th-century Church of St Mark, a three-isled Romanesque church which still retains much of its original hape. The Gothic arched ceiling and the sanctuary were added in the late 14th century, along with the fifteen statues that stand in iches above the southern portal. Some of the statues were made by masters from the Parler workshop in Prague in around 1420.
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119 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site
sculptorStradun is the main street in Dubrovnik, Croatia. The limestone pedestrian street runs through the old town surrounded by the Dubrovnik walls. Most of the current facade was created after the devastating earthquake of 1667. Before the earthquake, houses were not designed as uniformly as they are today, many with arcades and elaborate decorations. Following the 1667 earthquake and the subsequent fire, the Republic of Lagusa adopted a law that provides for the layout of all future dwellings in the city. Many of Dubrovnik's historic buildings and monuments are located along Stradun Street, so it is a popular place for tourists.
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72 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site
Palace
TarynQuite amazing to think all this was built so long ago and it is still standing. A beautiful building with lots of history- definitely a good idea to go on one of the walking tours.