Croatia is a beautiful, romantic and peaceful country, with rich natural life, exemplified by its seven national parks and eleven nature parks, as well as a diverse culinary and tourist potential. It stretches from The Pannonian Basin, over a narrow section of The Dinaric Alps, to the Adriatic Sea. The country’s capital is Zagreb, and its neighboring countries include Slovenia and Hungary to the North, Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina to the East, Montenegro to the South, and a sea border separates Croatia from Italy in the West. Famous for its clear, blue sea, it is also known for its breathtaking islands, reefs and uvalas. If you ever happen to visit this country, you are sure to come back because the hospitality and the spirits of the city will surely make you want to experience it all again.
Dubrovnik is a town hidden behind its stone walls, a city with an open heart that greets visitors from all around the globe. The whole town revloves around the sea and sunlight, with its clear skies, greenish-turquoise and dark-blue sea next to its stone shore creating an experience that is entirely unique to the city, which was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site thirty years ago. Dubrovnik fascinates all who visit it, with its many churches, museums, fortresses and its unique history, and the city is one of the world’s most important tourist destinations, where people of all nationalities and trades meet, from tourists, diplomats, politicians to artists.Today, the city is very proud of its tourism, as well as the popularity it has gained thanks to its appearance in the popular TV series, Game of Thrones.