Top Attractions in Croatia

The below are some of the best sites to visit at Croatia.

The Plitvice Lakes
The old city of Dubrovnik
Episcopal complex of the Euphrasian Basilica in the historic centre of Porec
The historic city of Trogir
Cathedral of St. James in Šibenik
historic complex of Split with the Palace of Diocletian
Muzej Museum
Medvednica
Cathedral of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary
Archeological Museum of Zagreb
Roland’s Column
Diocletian Palace
Archeological Museum of Split
The Arena in Pula
Diocletian Palace
Tvrda
The Forum in Pula

So from the above list of the beautiful places available at Croatia I am going the mention some more information on some of the places.

Muzej Museum

The Muzej Museum is a grand museum located at Zagreb and the city is known as the heart of Croatia. Here you can visit some great places such as works of art by famous artists such as Van Dyck, Renoir, Lorenzetti and some other well known artists. You can also able to enjoy the prehistoric exhibits along with the works of art.

Archeological Museum of Zagreb

In this museum you can find a large collection of artifacts from Egypt. It also traits stone monuments that were formed throughout the Roman era.

Archeological Museum of Split

It is also known as Croatia‘s oldest museum. The Archeological Museum of Split features the oldest artifacts throughout the early periods. The stone epitaph collections are the best objects that you can see here, which were found in Salona, Greek artifacts and Roman.

Diocletian Palace

This is also listed in the UNESCO World Heritage List and known as Split’s historical center. The Diocletian palace includes a lot of historical and ancient buildings. The place has become one of the famous tourist destinations in Croatia because it is well protected and is a magnificent scene to observe

The Forum in Pula

At the Forum in Pula you can able to find an antique city hall that was stiffed in the sixteenth century. Some parts of it was built using pieces of an old temple and this is main attractive in the city hall.

The Arena in Pula

The Arena in Pula is known as one of the biggest Roman amphitheatres still-existing in the entire world. This was saved from near obliteration when the Venetians took to taking the arena’s stones and placing them in their homes and other houses all over Pula as well. But in these recent days this matter has become the wonder of the Croatia.

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