Croatia is a country with a diverse range of attractions, including historical monuments, natural wonders and beautiful coastal destinations. Here are some key places to visit in Croatia:

Dubrovnik: Known as the “Pearl of the Adriatic”, Dubrovnik is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with well-preserved medieval architecture. The main landmarks are the city walls, the Stradun (main street), the Rector’s Palace and the Lovrijenac fortress.

Plitvice Lakes National Park: A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Plitvice Lakes is famous for its cascading lakes and waterfalls. Boardwalks allow visitors to explore the stunning natural beauty and diverse flora and fauna.

Split: Split: Home to the impressive Diocletian’s Palace, it offers a unique combination of ancient and modern attractions. Peristyle Square, Cathedral of St. Domnia and the Riva promenade are must-see landmarks.

Zadar: This coastal city is known for its Roman and medieval heritage. The Sea Organ and Sun Salutation installations along the waterfront provide a unique audio-visual experience. Church of St. Donáta and the Roman Forum are notable historical sites.