Croatia's most popular tourist spot, Dubrovnik is sometimes referred to as 'the pearl of the..Dubrovnik Old Town Information
Located on the extreme end of the Isthmus of Dubrovnik in Croatia, the Old Town of Dubrovnik (once..Sv Jakov Beach Information
St Jakov beach is a small secluded beach near Old Town Dubrovnik. The beach is a pebbly sandy beach..Dubrovnik Beach Information
Banje Beach is the main beach centrally located within Dubrovnik. Form this lovely pebbled beach..Dubrovnik Harbour Information
Dubrovnik Harbour is an ancient maritime port in the Croatian town of Dubrovnik. The port itself..
Zagreb, capital of Croatia, is the country's economic centre and gateway to Western Europe. The city is sited on the slopes of Medvednica Mountain along the banks of the Sava River, in the northern part of Croatia. The core of the city consists of the preserved medieval city, known as Gradec and Kaptol, while the residential area covers the southern slopes of the Medvednica Mountains. Since the 1950s the city has grown appreciably to the south of the Sava River, and the main industrial area is in the southeast. Besides being a commercial hub Zagreb is a tourist centre, and a popular international conference venue, with a history dating back nearly a thousand years. It is rich in historical monuments, museums and galleries, has modern shops, restaurants, sport and recreation facilities and a good transport infrastructure. Its attractions are largely historical, dating from the Palaeolithic Veternica Cave, through Roman culture and the fascinating medieval old town.