Dubbed the "Pearl of the Adriatic," beautiful Dubrovnik offers a wealth of attractions. Famous for its spectacular seafront location on the Dalmatian coast coupled with its evocative and historic old city center. The old city walls of Dubrovnik are one its best-known features. Other highlights include its two towers, the Minceta Tower and the Bokar Tower, along with two forts, the Lovrjenac Fort and the Revelin Fort. Dubrovnik's famous Pile Gate has served as the main entrance and is still the most interesting access point to this fabulous old city. The spectacular Stradun is a place where locals and visitors alike gather day and night to watch the world drift by. You may also take a cable car to Mt Srd to enjoy panoramic view of the old town, city and sea views.
Split is a town on Croatia's Dalmatian coast known for its beaches & it is the pearl of the orient at its center. Diocletian's Palace is an enormous palace of a Roman emperor which is worth visiting if you are in Split. Most visited beaches in split are Bacvice beach, Trstenik beach, Znjan beach and many more on the go. Also Marjan hill is quite crowded place & also known as the symbol of Split.
Zagreb, the capital & the largest city of Croatia is overlooked as a destination of many fine sights, plenty of restaurants, cafes and lots of entertainment. The main highlights of Zagreb are St. Marks Square, Stone gate, Strossmayer Promenade and many more.
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