Four ideas to live an unforgettable honeymoon in Croatia

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Looking destination for your honeymoon? You are like crazy with details of the ceremony, invitations, guests, treat, photos, flowers, suit, dress, family … Help!

Today we will give you a little help, and if you had thought of a wonderful, varied and nearby place for your first days of married … we will give four courts to consider an unforgettable honeymoon in Croatia.

Rovinj and the Istrian Peninsula

If you go by land or using some of the flights to northern Italy, very easy to get to Croatia by the Istrian peninsula.

Rovinj was a fishing village and is now one of the most visited of the Istrian Peninsula for its beauty places. From there you can visit the city of Pula ** **, with the world’s sixth largest Roman amphitheater; Porec and Euphrasian Byzantine Basilica and declared a World Heritage Site; the beautiful archipelago of Brijuni National Park.

If you like travel by car, no you cannot miss the interior of the peninsula between green hills where idyllic medieval villages like Motovun whose architecture and the bohemian atmosphere of its streets are.

You can also relax in the many peaceful beaches and beautiful coves of the coast of the peninsula. Mediterranean cuisine in this part of Croatia especially noted for the quality of its products: olive oil and truffle-based specialties both white and black play a leading role in the letters of hotels and restaurants. And there are also good wines such as Malvasia, to accompany these dishes.

Split and its islands

The Roman emperor Diocletian chose a protected and quiet at the foot of Mount Marjan bay to build his palace in the late third century AD His choice was so good that this palace is still inhabited to this day. Today is part of the historic center of the city, a true open-air museum declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

It can be a great setting for romantic walks on the Riva, the promenade, or green Mount Marjan, stroll through charming corners full of history, taste the excellent Mediterranean cuisine and live its lively nightlife. The sandy beach Bacvice, near the historic center and is an ideal place to enjoy the sun and meet people from all over the world.

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One of the attractions of Split is its central location in Dalmatia that allows numerous visits to places nearby, less than two hours, as the visit of the city of Trogir, about 30 km, to know its historical center declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO; the city of Sibenik, about 90 km, known for its Cathedral of Santiago, also declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO; the Krka National Park and its lakes connected by waterfalls and enjoy its green landscapes; the city of Zadar, about 130 km, known for the church of San Donato, the ninth century, circular and romantic scenery of the Sea Organ on the waterfront of the city.

What do you think a boat trip for a day in one of the nearby islands or dinner as the sun goes down over the sea? Some ideas: navigate between the archipelago of Kornati islands and its beautiful cliffs; visit the nearby islands like Vis, the island where time stopped, or hedonistic and vibrant Hvar island; Brac to enjoy nature and beaches; Solta island to enjoy the tranquility.

Dubrovnik and its islands

You will be able to live a very romantic time walking on the walls of this city, a World Heritage Site, and facing the Adriatic.

The red roofs of the houses, cobbled streets, buildings that enclose centuries of history, terracitas charming in which sample the delights of the sea, experience the atmosphere in the purest Mediterranean style. So Dubrovnik, one of the cities beautiful in Croatia, the Pearl of the Adriatic, and obligatory stop for cruise ships sailing the Mediterranean.

Its most famous beach is Banje, as it is very close to the historical district and because the view of the walls is simply shocking.

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You can embark to visit some islands: of Lokrum, the archipelago of Elafiti Islands, a visit to the National Park Mljet or a visit to the island of Korcula, where Marco Polo was born, or the Konavle region south highlighting for its traditional cuisine.

Zagreb and Plitvice National Park

Zagreb, the Croatian capital, amazed. The mixture between the influence of the Austro-Hungarian Empire of the classical architecture of its buildings and the Mediterranean character of its people is the perfect combination to enjoy a few special days.

The city has over 40 museums, romantic walks along its historic streets that move to another era, wide avenues and green areas in the style of Central European city, and lots of nightlife.

A missed is the the Plitvice Lakes National Park, declared World Heritage by UNESCO, about 2 hours from the city. It is one of the most impressive parts of the country can be visited throughout the year by offering own fascinating natural attractions of each season. It consists of 16 lakes connected by waterfalls that flow through a stunning wooded area in an area of limestone.

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