Not every holiday resort offers unlimited opportunities to enjoy new and interesting experiences. In Croatia, you can combine traditional sightseeing with excursions, day trips and private guided tours that give you a unique insight into the rich history, heritage and culture of this beautiful country.
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For many people eating the local cuisine, and sampling traditional dishes and regional delicacies, is what really makes a holiday. Foodies will love the vast array of food experiences on offer at the best multi-centre holiday destination in Eastern Europe. In the historic city of Dubrovnik you can eat like royalty, in the local restaurants that are located in the charming Old Town. Head for the eateries where the locals go to tuck into lunch. In the evening, spoil yourself by dining in one of the upscale restaurants that serve modern Croatian cuisine in elegant surroundings.
When visiting a sunny coastal resort, tasting the freshest local produce is a must. An excursion to the picturesque medieval town of Ston will reward you with an opportunity to feast on delicious Catch of the Day Peljesac oysters and mussels fresh from the sea. The oysters of the Peljesac Peninsula are highly regarded as the finest in the world, and you can sample them on an oyster tasting experience.
Do you appreciate stunning architecture, history and heritage? The ancient seaside cities of Split and Dubrovnik are brimming with treasures for you to admire. Take a wander through the winding cobblestone streets and narrow alleyways on a journey of discovery. In Split, you will find one of the finest examples of Roman architectural remains in the world. The magnificent white stone Diocletian’s Palace is an astonishing landmark attraction that boasts UNESCO World Heritage status. The sprawling complex features elegant courtyards, 200 buildings and a cathedral.
In Dubrovnik, take a leisurely stroll inside the fortified city walls and explore the enchanting Old Town. Visit the majestic Pile City Gate to admire the grand Gothic design by the artist Paskoje Milicevic. Visit the Rector’s Palace, the beautiful churches and monumental museums, and admire the well-preserved buildings that embellish the streets like jewels. With so much history located within walking distance it’s not surprising that Dubrovnik is affectionately known as a ‘living museum’.