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Osijek is the largest town in the eastern Croatian region Slavonija and it's the economic and cultural centre of it. It is located on the right bank of the river Drava. Name of the city comes from Croatian word ʺosekaʺ which means ʺebb tideʺ and it is connected to the town's position on an elevated ground which prevented the city being flooded by the local swamp waters.

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Makarska is a small Croatian coastal city located in the South of the country, in the Dalmatian region. The city hosts 14.000 inhabitants year-round but hosts also a lot of tourists during the high season. Makarska is particularly renowned for its fine sandy beaches, its palm-fringed promenade and its bustling nightlife. One of the highlights of Makarska is also its old town with narrow-stone-paved streets and several outstanding monuments.

Article's main photo: Vedran Tolić

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At the far south of our beautiful sunlit country of Croatia, there is a coastal town - the local centre of the Dubrovnik - Neretva County and the true pearl of the Adriatic. It is a town of old fishing boats and harbours, whose history truly resembles a fairy tale; the town that inspires poets and writers and that is the home of the world's purest and most beautiful beaches, and this is only scratching its surface. Looking for your dream vacation? Then lucky you for running across this article; everything you need is right in the beautiful city of Dubrovnik.

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Umag is a port city with a picturesque Mediterranean style located on the northwest coast of the beautiful Istrian peninsula. Gathering the three typical Istrian elixirs (wine, olives and truffles), the city welcomes each year more and more tourists, besides the 13.000 permanent inhabitants. Umag has many ancient reliefs as well as a crystal clear water that makes it a perfect destination for people willing to spend holidays gathering history and leisure. The bay where Umag is located also hosts an amazing marina, as well as many beautiful beaches.

Main photo of the article: Toni Krasnic

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Rijeka is a very important city in Croatia. It is the largest Croatian port, the third largest city in Croatia and the administrative centre of Primorje – Gorski Kotar county. It is located on the northern coast of the Rijeka Bay, at the mouth of river Rječina into the Adriatic Sea. The name of the city originates of that river (“Rječina” in Croatian means “a large river”).

Main article photo taken by: Irena Trkulja

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Novigrad is a small city located on the west Istrian coast, where the Mirna river flows into the Adriatic sea. It has been inhabited since the Antiquity which gives it a long and interesting history that can be seen in its medieval walls and ramparts. In addition to the cultural attractions, Novigrad is also welcoming visitors with numerous events and concerts each year. And, most important thing, Novigrad is a very pleasant city not overfilled with touristic businesses, which make it very enjoyable to walk in as you are not always accosted by the vendors trying to make tourists pay the high price.

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Zagreb is the capital of Croatia and therefore its cultural, scientific, economic, political and administrative centre. It is located in the geographical, cultural, historical and political crossroads of East and West Europe and due to it, citizens from different parts of Europe have always been arriving, and in recent history from all Croatian regions. They have contributed enriching the culture of the city. In Zagreb lives a quarter of total Croatian population, that would be near one million inhabitants, and below you can read why the Croatian capital city is so attractive and pleasant to both its citizens and tourists.

Main article photo by: Ivica Jakovljević

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Pula is the largest city in Istria, located in the southwest of this peninsula in a well - protected bay. Known for its mild climate, calm sea and unspoiled nature, it is attractive to a large number of domestic and foreign tourists. Let’s discover this town with a long tradition of winemaking, fishing, shipbuilding and tourism.

Main article photo by: Slaven Radolovic

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Rovinj is a small town situated on the western cost of Istria. It has a population of 15000 inhabitants and it offers many things to its visitors. It is said that Rovinj is one of the most photogenic cities in the world!

Main photo by Borna Ćuk

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Poreč is one of the biggest economic cities in Croatia. It is a town, but also a port and a tourist centre as well, located on the western coast of the Istrian peninsula. The city is almost 2000 years old, located in a harbour protected thanks to the St Nicolas island, an outstanding blend of natural beauty, history and modernity.

Main photo by Ki-Ka

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Split is the second – largest city of Croatia and the largest city in the region of Dalmatia. It lies on the eastern shore of the Adriatic Sea. The town is extremely attractive for tourists and it has more than 2700 hours of sunshine a year. The citizens of Split always say 2 things: first, that Split is the most beautiful city and secondly that its women are the most beautiful women in the world.  Many tourists tend to agree after taking a walk around its streets and parks, and we are sure that those reasons are good enough to visit this sunny place and to make sure if Split citizens are right. 

Main article photo by: Joško Tomić

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Zadar is a famous Croatian city located in the North of the Dalmatian coast. It has approximately 75.000 inhabitants, which makes it the 5th biggest city in Croatia. The city is mainly known for its old town, located on a peninsula. Zadar is also a port strategically located. The city welcomes about 150.000 tourists per year, and the number is still growing each year. According to Alfred Hitchcock's words, Zadar would have the most beautiful sunset in the world. Zadar was also elected best European destination in 2016.

Main photo by: Marina Merina Čavlin‎

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Motovun is a beautiful and well-preserved hilltop town in Istria, a peninsula of Croatia. Motovun has shown itself as one of the touristy among the hilltop towns in Istria and even it is called as the king of the hilltop villages. Let’s discover more about this small town with unexpected wonders! 

Main photo by Zoran Konestabo

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Opatija (called Abbazia in Italian) is a Croatian city located in Istria. It was a very popular sea resort during the 19th century, very posh and worldwide at this time, thanks to its ideal localisation and its mild climate. The city is quite little as it counts about 12.000 inhabitants. Bay laurel is ubiquitous in this area as there are many woods in the surroundings of Opatija. The whole area is very rocky. Whether in the summer or in the winter, Opatija and its surroundings are very picturesque all year long.

Article's main photo: Gordana Lezaic

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Rabac is a small resort town in Kvarner Bay, which is located on the east coast of Istria. It is quite popular among tourists in summer, so let’s learn more about why this charming town should be on your list of next vacation destinations.

Main photo by Morena Bravar

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