- Walkable cities With lovely parks, squares, museums, and churches, hoofing it in Croatia's compact capital is an unforgettable experience. If your feet fail, you can always jump on a convenient tram.
- Sparkling waterfalls Plitvice Lakes National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is Croatia's most visited park, with 16 crystal-clear turquoise lakes connected by waterfalls and cascades.
- Forests and fortresses Zagorje's forested hills north of Zagreb are ornamented with some lovely fortresses, built to ward off centuries of onslaughts by various foes.
- Baroque beauty Varaždin is the most harmonious and beautifully preserved Baroque town in this corner of the continent.
- Unique cuisine Here you get the best of both worlds top-notch seafood and Central European meaty, spicy fare. And best of all, prices are fairly reasonable even at the top restaurants.
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