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One of Europe's fastest growing tourist destinations, Croatia has much to see and do along its magnificent coastline on the Adriatic Sea boasting 1,185 islands, islets and reefs while enjoying a welcoming Mediterranean climate.

Many of Croatia's cities are built on the sites of ancient Greek settlements dating from the 4th century BC. Explore the Roman ruins in Zagreb and Split, stroll through the cobblestone streets of the fairytale medieval villages or just enjoy taking in the great food and history. The Croatian History Museum in Zagreb features an impressive display of Neanderthal remains while culture vultures will enjoy a trip to the Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb.

Dubrovnik, and in particular its medieval old city, is one of Croatia's top holiday destinations, boasting exquisite beaches and coastline. Split is a great base for exploring the Dalmation coastline and is a breathtakingly beautiful old town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and boasts some exciting sights such as the city of Trogir and Brac Island just off shore.

Spring and autumn are the best seasons to visit as milder weather, less crowds and cheaper prices mean tourists can explore the country quite freely. Travelling by bus is an economical mode of transport, while ferries and catamarans are the only mode of transport to the islands and a way of life on the coast. For a more relaxed but slightly more expensive option, hire a car and drive yourself round this breathtaking country - the best way to experience Croatia! Luxury NEWS >