Croatia is situated in the Southeastern edge of Europe with one end facing to the Adriatic Sea and the other adorned with almighty mountains which offers a variety of experiences as a traveler. Croatia has glitz and glamour in its culture and a certain mystery and peacefulness as well; while you can experience the coldest winters and the hottest summers in Croatia, the sea softens all the seasons to merge smoothly together towards the coastal end.
Why visit Croatia
The diversity of the geography in Croatia is one of the many reasons that you should consider Croatia as your next destination. If you want to get the Europe experience, and yet you can afford to travel to only one country, Croatia is an excellent choice since it offers you an experience in one go, which many European countries would offer collectively. Croatians are very hospitable and friendly people, and they cook simple and delicious food from the freshest ingredients they get from both land and the sea due to the location of the country. The cities like Split and Pula boasts of Roman architectural wonders that stand in the same league of Italy and Turkey themselves. Dubrovnik -- the “Pearl of the Adriatic”, the stunning Plitvice Lakes, Pula Arena and Euphrasian Basilica are some of the popular tourist attractions in the world.
How to get around Croatia
Croatians mainly travel by bus and the system if well- organized and integrated within the major cities. Public transport might be less frequent on Sundays, within which you can rent a car for a relatively more expensive price. There are options of taking the ferry in between islands or short flights if you are travelling to far ends of the country.