From troves of treasure in Trogir to historical Hvar: Why Croatia combines the best of both Medieval and modern attractions



It's fast becoming the bling-laden place to be seen, but there are still tranquil parts of Croatia that are great places for soaking up culture and unwinding.
With tourism seriously taking off in the Sixties, visitors continue to flock to the country - yet with a population of just 4.28million, there's still room to breathe.
Steeped in history, a visit to Trogir's Unesco-listed old quarter is a must-see, with its 13th-century palaces and churches – not to mention an impressive Romanesque-Gothic cathedral and the largest green market in Croatia.
Tragos is the perfect romantic dining spot and... read more

 
6 October 2016 in Travel, Views: 41
Source: Daily Mail
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