The scenic Adriatic coast, Dubrovnik's city walls and Plitvice Lakes National Park are some of the sights that will take your breath away.
The charming clay rooftops and gleaming Adriatic Sea are what make Croatia so appealing.
Hum, Croatia, is on record for being the smallest town in the world, although it's usually full of tourists.
Sail around the Croatian archipelago to take in the tiny, rocky islands that dot the Adriatic Sea.
The largest national park in Croatia, Plitvice Lakes is also a World Heritage Site.
Upon entering the city walls of Dubrovnik, one of the most popular tourist destinations, you're greeted by white marble streets and Renaissance architecture.
Built in 27 B.C., the Pula Arena is the only remaining Roman amphitheater to have 4 side towers preserved.
The island of Hvar is a popular port for yachts and boats off the Dalmatian Coast.
Filled with mosaics dating back to the 6th century, Euphrasian Basilica in the town of Porec is one of the best examples of Byzantine architecture in the Mediterranean.
Rovinj's steep, narrow streets liken it to Italy; it's a popular resort town and fishing port in Istria.
Diocletian's Palace was built by the Roman emperor of the same name at the turn of the 4th century in what is now the Croatian city of Split.
Inside the city of Zadar you'll find the pre-Romanesque church of St. Donatus as well as the bell tower of the Cathedral of St. Anastasia.
The bustling city of Zagreb is the capital and largest city in Croatia.
Around the hilltop town of Motovun lie vineyards that produce Istrian's fine Teran and Malvazija wines.